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BITS OF INFORMATION.
IT was Dean Swift who said "Bread
Is the staff of life."
THE entire loss of the German armies
in 1870-'71 was 53,000 men.
GUNPOwDER is cOmpOsed of potassio
nitrate, charcoal and sulphur.
EDWARD YOUNG is the author of the
line, " Death loves a shining mark."
Tim game of polo was introduced into
the United States in 1876. The game
originated among the British officers in
THE salary of the President is $50,000
a year; Vice President, $8,000; Cabinet
officers, $8,000; members of Congress,
$5,000; Speaker of the House, $8,000.
THE custom of appointing men for
pall-boarers comes from the Romans.
Julius COesar had magistrates for his
pall-bearers. Augustus Cosar had Sen
Viicnow, an eminent German anato
mist, has written a treatise on the well
authenticated cases of human beings
with tails. He says an infant, born at
Aldenburg, had a tail whose movoments
were under its control, though it -was
usually doubled up like a pig's tail.
THE word " thoroughbred " does not
mean an animal of pure blood, that is
unmixed ; it is used to designate animals
raised from the best blood, but origin
ally derived from a mixture of races. A
pure or full blood is an animal whose
pedigree is clear, and which was bred
without admixturo from the same source,
as a pure Clydesdale horse. A thorough
bred may also be a pure blood, but not
necessard y so.
IN the reign of Georgo I. the Rajah
(or Prince) of Bengal, In(lia, marched
suddenly to Calcutta to drive the En
glish from the country. As the attack
was unexpected the English were de
feated and 146 persons were taken pris
oners. They were driven into a place
about 18 foot square, and 15 or 16 feet
high, with only two small grated win
dows. This is what is known in history
as the " Black Hole of Calcutta." One
hundred and twenty-threo of the prison
ers (lied in one night, suffocated in a few
hours from confinement in this close,
hot prison-how, the oxygen of the air
being soon con umed by so many lungs,
and its place supplied by carbonic acid
exhaled by the hot breath. The victims
all died sleeping, because the carbonic
acid gas, being a narcotic poison, pro
<itees drowsiness and death in those who
inhale it. Of the twenty-three who sur
vived, the larger portion died of putrid
fevers after they were liberated.
TiHE national anthem, " The Star
Spangled Banner," was written by a
Baltimorean, in Baltimore, and put in
type by a Baltimore boy, in the offie
of the Baltimore A mecrican, on the
unight of the bombardment of Fort Me
Henry. Francis Scott Key, under the
protection of a flag of truce, went on
boardl the cartelhlipJ Me1nden to en
docavor to procure the release of a friend
oft his, who had been captured by the
British. For fear the intended attack
nlpon the city would be divulged by him,
M~r. Key was detained a prisoner, and,
during the conflict, the poeCm was com
posed, notes of it being wvritten upon the
back of an old letter. When lie wvas re
leased he wrote out the song in full, and
by the advice of his uncle, Judge Nich
olson, had it sent to the printer. It was
t:tken to the American oflee ; the men
were all in the army, and to Mr. Samuel
Sands, then an ollice-hoy 14 years of
a&ge, and now the veteran editor of the
.1 nu rienn P~armer, was the copy hand
edi to he set upl. He set it upl, printed
it~ and distributedl it among iho people.
Sekt to music, it was first sung in a res
tauraa~t next to the Holliday Street The
ater, by Charles Durang. It was re
ceived with great enthusiasm, and was
stung nightly for some tinie afterward at
the theater, andl was soon adopted as the
national an them.
The Ferries of New York Harbor.
The statistics of the ferries which ply
between Newv York and the towns and
cities adjacent cafrry in the course of a
,yeur upwardl of 100,000,000 passengers.
.['he proportion ca4rried daily on the
different lines is given as below:
Feris Pasenget'rs. Feris Paseyger.
Fualton...........72,000" Tenth street....-,0
Hlainiltron avenue... 33,000 Twe~isty-.thirdi street. 3',000
south............1,0tH) Thirty-fourth street 6,u00
C'ather~rine........ 22,000 Liberty street.21,000)
wall sireet.......20,tM'0 ouortlandct stret.... .18,0001
JameHsip ......... ,000 narclay street..,000
Dai)etdson~ avenue... 4,00~0 Des~brossea stree... 7,000
Giraund street ...6,000 ohristopher street.. 8,000
staten isltan- T wonty-third street. 4,000
Northshore. .. .10,000 weekawken ...1,500
s4outhashoro. .. 7,0010 Astoria.............00
Fulton ferry employs five boats,
which run every six minutes during the
day and evening, andl every fifteen
minutes after 1 a. mn. until 5 in the
morning, only two boats, however, be
ing employed in the latter trips. Each
of these boats frequently carries (luring
the crowdedl hours 2,000 passengers.
Too Troo, TIoo Tree.
Man that is married to woman is of
many days and full of trouble. In the
morning he drawvs his salary, and in the
eveng behold it is all gone. It is a
tale that is told, it vanisheth, and no
one knoweth whither it goeth. He
riseth up clothed in the chilly garments
of the night and seeketh the somnolent
paregoric wherewith to heal the oolickry
bowels of his infant offspring. He im
itateth the horso or ox, and draweth the
chariot of his posterity, He spendeth
his shekels in the purchase of fine linen
and, purple to cover the bosom of his
family, yet he himself is seen at the
gates of the city with one sunspend~er.
He cometh forth as a flower,, and is ont
down, There is hope of a tree when
it is out dowhi that the tender roots
thereof will sprout again, but man
goeth to his home, and what is he then ?
Yea, he is altogether wretched.-Nash
A Narrow~Escape oa~Buggy.
Jim Webster was driving a bugg
rapidly down Austin avenue, when h
knocked down and ran over old Uncle
Mose, but, as. if by a miracle, the old
man was not injured in the least.
" Look heah, Jim, o a etrb
more keerful." o a etrb
" I'se gwine ter be, Uncle Mose, jes so
soon as I has a buggy oh my own ter
drive. Das hoah tnrnout don't belong
ter mne."--Txa S~ftinig,.
Tua oominag holiday. will be more generally
observed than any for many years, and we
would remind our readers that a bottle of Dr.
lftt,~(ughd Syrup will prove a most acpta.
A Ton of Truth.
Why is it that, in a majority of eases,
the newspapers, in recording anything A
rtaining to continental countries that
volves a mention of weights or
measures, employ the terms used by
the metric sstem ? The metric system
is undoubtedly the best one in use, but,
unfortunately, it is not thoroughly un
derstood county, and the general- te
i of readers are al at saa regarding w
the significance of the word. If an
American take any interest in a German e
flagstaff, he wants to know how many tr
feet high it is; or if he desires to know w
the weight of a French pig, pounds
alone will convey the desired information
to his mind. If he is obliged to read of
meters and kilogrammes, he utterly fails s
to grasp the idea. The staff may be
miles high, and the pig may weigh tons,
for all he knows to the contrary. Much
the same may be said of the em ployment
of words and phrases in a foreign lan
guage. No Amorican is so cultured that
he cannot understand at least equally kr
well an idea conveyed in plain king's
English, with this exception, that there
are words and phrases in foreign tongues
that are practically untranslatable, and
whose force would be lost in an attempt
to rendor them into English. .But these
words and phrases are generally familiar, o1
and in common use in English conversa- tr
tion. Such words and phrases are of B1
course allowable. But the use of a ']
French phrase that can be understood se
only by one versed in the French lan- ul
guago is snobbish. The journalist who of
indulges in the practice of peppering his o1
manuscript with foreign words run a tl
great risk. The intelligent compositor ai
may make sad work of his best efforts, o1
and it is dangerous to repose unlimited la
confidence in the proof-reader. It is no h6
evidence tohe mind of the reader that H
the writer is possessed of any particular ac
erudition because he' is able to handle w
Latin, Greek and French freely. Any- w
body, with a 'ictionary of those lan- I
guages at his albow, can do the same.
What the general reader wants is a plain
story, plainly told, in words that he can b
understand. -Boston Buact.
TnH Des Moines (Iowa) Tri- Weekly
Tribune says: "A- Hairisbnrg, Pa.,
journal mentions that Mr. D. Bensinger, .
No. 4 Market Square, that city, was
cured by St. Jacobs Oil of a violent at- P
tack of rheumatism.
PrioEVIUS to the invention of the mule a
for spinning cotton few operators could Y
spi it to 200 hanks to the pound, 840
yards niaking a hank. At the snmo time
the natives of uditia were spinning cotton s
to a ilneness of about 300 and 400hanks. t
Since the introduction of the mule I
the Messrs. Houldsworth, of Manches- r
ter, England, have succeeded in spin
mniug 70() hanks from a pound of cotton.
Within a suhort time 10,000 hianks have
ben spunI from a pound, but the thread t
was too fine to beC woven. The thread
from this single p)ounad of cotton reachied t
1i lenigth 4,770 miles. The finest cotton
ya.rn is simn in En~ghand and made into
laeo in France. -_ _
iT Is useless to groan with rheumatism
when a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil wvill cure
it, as everybody knows. - Columnbus
(Ohi o) DailyTimnes.1
Au Itemt for the Suiperstitions.
A great deal has been saidh of the late I
President Garfield's superstitious feel- a
ing mn regard to the number 42, and how
lowas always figuring out dates, etc-, a
so as to sum up or make .up that num
ber. Here is a serious coincidence,
which, perhaps, no one has noticed:
James A. Garfield was:c
norn, Novomnber 19
Elected, November 2
Shot, July 2
Died, September 19
It will also be noticed that there are y
two 19's and two 2's in this series of t
As A tonic and nervine for debilitated women
nothing surpasses Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Pre
scription." By druggista. i
P'ubiic School Discipline, a:
There is in the publio schools too much
of this military drilling which forbids a
tired and restless child to change its po-F
sition and rest from a cruel constraint.
It is sometimes absolute torture to a del- b
icato child to maintain the stiffness and
stillness enjoined by the foolish teacher.
A moderate amount of freedom of move- di
ment can not be productive of disturb..
ance to a well managed school. The
teacher who thoroughly knows his busi
ness and is born to his work is never ant
unreasoning mnartinet.--New York Tri- 1)
b une'. ti
DR. PIERcE'S "Pleasarit Purgative Pellets"
are sugar-coated and inmclosed ini glass bottles,
their vi'ues being thereby preserved uni
a o nylnt of time, in anlmt
en at th ya easfrs_ nd rlab e N
A mss of sixteen in Ne'wark, N. J., lay
in a '"trance" for five weeks, but a p~hys
ician succeeded in proving that shte kn'ew ft
what was going on atroulnd her. He said,
''She is a very pretty girl,"' andt a signih-l
cant blush spread over her face. di,
Ir I HAD any skin or blood diseases, lik6 tet- w )
ter, Itch, scald head, pimplea, sore eyes, scrof- e
ula, etc.1 I would take "Lindsey's Blood l0u
Searcher, 'sure. do
FRANEInN, Who died In 1790, was A
grandson of a man born in the sixteenth "'
century, ,in the reign of Elizabeth. eni
Three generations, thus extending over tio
two centuries, is
(Get Ohut D~oors.
The close confinement of all factory~work ~
gives the operativeR palled faces, poor app. fr
tites, Ian gnid, misera b'e feelinugs, poor bloodt
inactive liver, kid neys ant1 urinary troubles, i
and all the physicians 'nd medica lOe in by
the world cannot help them unless they get by
out of doors or use flop) Bit te r, the purest tieu
and teat remedy, especialuy 'or such cases, it t
havlr g abunudance of health, amushine er d
rosy cheeks mn them. They cost but a trifle
See another colun.[Christian Register. A
kr has been generally suppsdthat
in England and Wales lare fams were w
the rune, but recent statistics show u- the
ward of 846,000 out of the total 473,638 roll
holdings are of 50 seres each or un'der.
The farmsa above 1,000 acres number myr
506. In Scotland, out of 80,101 hold- WOn~
ings, 55,280 are of 50 acres or under, and "
7only exceed 1,000.___________?11
T~ae mns PretIelire-.
is nnifoum succs and on this basis Warner's '",
Hafe Kidney and Lior Cure isa without doubt 'i"
one of the straau~ z.m u tb 1a..0
Another Love Tragedy.
"t know that I am not beautiful,
lelbert, and in my jealous moment% it
mes to me with a great throb--the
wer of beauty over a man. Sof
tarly flesh, rounded curves, sweet, r
>s, velvety eyes-all the magic and
arvel of tint and texture of outline
ien I think of this, I say, I am in ut
r despair," and the proud girl crushed
ith cruel force between her white, ta
ing fingers a flower-pot that stood wit
hers in the window. The noise at
acted the attention of her father who
as passing by, sknd he pushed aside the
trtain and entered. * * *
" How much will a new window cost ?"
id old Mr. McAnery to his agent the
"Did he take the sash with him ?"
* * * Two years later Violet Me
aery married a man who owned two
Lrbage carts, four mules and a big tin
umpet. But her heart was desolate
td her young love blighted.--Chicage
It Makes a Difference.
"You see, I was going %p in the
'oodward avenue car," explained the
d man, "and a passenger got in and
ad on my awful corns. I was so
ocked and surprised that I yelled out:
)- it I' before I could check my
if. Every woman In the car rose
in horror, and two or three
the men said I ought to be run
Lt. Well, the next night I was at the
eater and one actor said ' D you I '
kd every woman giggled. Then an
her said ' D- me I' and every woman
ughed. Then a third said 'D
,r I' and he brought down the house.
ow it comes about I don't know, but it
ems to make a, heap of difference
here you are when you kick an old hat
ith a stone under it."-Detroit Free
GRivrry is but the rind of wisdom,
t it rreservative rind.
Almost Young Again.
My mothes was ficted a long time with
Buraiia, and at dull heavy inactive condi
on of the whole sybtem; heacache, nervous
rostration, and waS almost helpless. No
hysicians or medlcinss did her any good.
hree month" ago she began to use Hop
itters with such good effect that Ehe sems
id fer 14 young again, although over st venty
THE peculiar color imparted to silver
poons used in eating eggs and fish, and
be blacking of white lead paint in sta
>les, is solely owing to the formation of
From the 10th of October. 1881, to
he 1st of July, 1882, genuine RocK
PRING WATER will be supplied ts cug.
)lmers by Ellis & Co., of Bailey SpringM,
la., at the following rates:
'en gallons in anti-corrosive can.. $5.00
~ame can refilled at.............4.00
ive gallons in anti-corrosive can.. 3.25
amie can refilled at.............2.50
Jine gallons in glass bottles... ...7.50)
Reasonable freight and express rates
re given by all railroads. This water
as been known for nearly fifty years
s a sure cure for Dyspepsia, a sure cure
>r diseases of the Kidney and Bladder,
surec cure for all curable cases or
)ropsy, a sure cure for Scrofulous cases
f the Bones or Skin, and a certain deC
royer of the terrible thirst for intoxi.
rtting drink that overcomes so many
rorthy resolutions. Deprive a drunk
rd of his (dram for three days and
eanwhile give him plen ty of" Rock
pring Water, and he won't wane the
hisky. Don't you think it's worth
igIf you do, drop a postal to
lls&Co. Iwilcost only a cent.
"GEraATINO-DIAsPON" is the name given
a new explosive, produced by M. An
ars. It is composed of wood-cellulose
Tid nitro-glycerine, is unaffected by cold
not sensible to blows or shocks, and
~plodes only by a sudden increase
temperature to about 320 degrees
ahirenheit. It burns quietly when ig
ted in the open air, and is not affected
v water. _____
LYDmA E. PINKJHAM's Yegetable ompound
rengthens the stomach and kidneys and aids
geation. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
IT HAS been calculated that the in
stmfes of flies and other insects contain
ood-vessels so minute that two hundred
cousand of them placed together in a
madlo would only equal a hair in size.
A DULL head and a bilious stomach can be
ist conquered by Kidney-Wort.
IN ORDER to hear distinctly an echo of
nie syllable the observer must be sixty
set from the surface which reflects the
mnfd. For echo of more than one the
istanco must bo over one hundred
POVegly aand DIstaregs.
rhat poserty which produce, the greatest
tress is not of the purse but of the blood.
rrived of its richness it becomes scant and
tery, a condition termed anemia in nmedical
itinigs. .Given this condition, and scrofu
la swellings and sores, general and nervous
bility loss of flesh and appetite, weak lungs,
oat lisease, spitting of blood and consump-.
n, are among the common result.. If you
Ssuffering from thin poor blood employ Dr.
trce's "Golden Medical Discovery," which
iches the blood and cures these grave affec
us. Is more nutritive than cod liver oil, and
iarmless in any condition of the system, yet
verful to cure. By druggists.
eon dyspepsia, indI eto, ino
onosadgnral de Ility in thei various
mes, also as a preventive against fever and
to and other intermittent fevers, the Fanno
BBPionA'rmn ELIXIR OF OJALI5AYA DARK, made
Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York, and sold
all druggsts. Is the best tonic ; and for pa
its recovermg~ from fever or other sickness
as no equal.
sk Dru Its for it. It clears eat rats, mis
hs ugs, fles, rin. hnseots. I&o
llliam 1. ongblin, of somerville, Ma..., say,: "In
rail of218761I was taken with bleeding. of the lung,,
rwed by a severe ecugh. I lost my appetite and
, and was confined to my bed I 187 1 wa a
d to the hosplial. The doetem esaM I had a hole In
ln~g as big as half a dollar. At one time a report
arond~ that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a
d told me of Ds.. wsiL, 2ALL's BarIAA3 IoU Tarx
is. I got a bottle, when, to any surprise, I corn
aed to reel better, And to-day I feel better than frr
yoars epat. I write this hoping every one afflleted4
dieaed lung. will take DL L. :--ai RAL., SA,.
an be convinced that ceseuniow r c3x CI' ctna
A Pretty Plture.
A leafy background,, tWo batiful
trees, a hammock swinging beneath, and
she on whom your heart is fixed, lazily
swinging in the same, is a very pretty
picture, young man, very protty; and
we don't blame you for being attracted
by a magnet of such wondrous power.
Even the Boomerang reporter was forced
to acknowledge that your evident infatu
ation was pardonable. But consider if
your means will enable you to keep
that picture all your days, or whether in
the coming time it will not be supplanted
by a chromo or wornout, jaded woman
frying doughnuts over a hot fire in the
middle of a hot summer day. The two
pictures are intimately oonnected.-B
PROFESSOR AnEXANDER WILSON, Of
Dublin, has calculated the amount of
sugar contained in the calyces of differ
ent kinds of flowers, and tho proportion
of honey which insects can extract from
it. He calculates that about 125 clover
blossoms contain one gramne of sugar.
As each blossom consists of about sixty.
calyces, at least 125,000 by 60, or 7,500,
000 calyces, must be rifled to afford a
kilogramme of sugar, and as honey con
tains 75 per cent, of sugar, it requires
5,600,000 calyces of clover to yield a
kilogramme of the former. Hence we
may imagine the countless numbers of
flowers that bees must visit to Ie able to
stock their hives with honey.
THER are 16,000 oystermej in Vir.
PERILS OF THE DEEP.
"During ny trip down the River Tagus, in
Spin." said Captain Boyton to a representati,.
o this Journal in a recent conversation by the
sea shore " I had to 'shoot' 05 waterfalls, th,
largest being about eighty-live feet, and imume
able rapids. Crossing t he Straits of Messina, 1
had three ribs broken in a fight with sharks; and
coming down the Somane, a river in France, I
received a charge of shot from an excited and
startled huntsman. Although this was not very
pleasant and might be termed dangerous, I fear
nothing more oil my trip than intense cold; for,
as long as my limbs are free and easy awl not
cramped or benumbed I am all right. Of late I
t cits ah
[Theatibjcal ito rheuatc pin, and hansoredn
Ghrein Gnal roetthemomt. compn nytaess,
provisos meteplen 1h hade ben sutfferingublth
remating fout yeru;by myadvic thoehy with
wonerul. ndo constdt them.r I ul soe-d
witou d ordatn benei n i got holdt this m
edy for one hour. In fi-t I wonul not, attempt a
trip without it." The (Captaint became very en
thusiastic on the subject of P'r. JMons Ott.. andi
when we left him he was st ill citing inlstances o1
the curative qualhities ofI the Great Germnan Rec'n.
edy to a party around him
One of toe Reawonable 3 Ieztures
Of life, a properly cooked meal, afbrds little
or no present eojoyme.nt, stit miuch sub)s' -
quent torturie to a& confirmed diispteptie. But
whan'the chran e midigesti on ~Ri) obatted~
with Bottetter's Stomach Hitlers, the food is
eaten with relish, and moost impo. tant of all.
IA assimil'tted by and nourishes the system.
Use this grandl( tonic and corective 'also to
remedy consti pation,' biliouuneas, rhenma-.
tism, fever and ague,.
For sale by all druggists and1 dlealers geno
WATCHES- Uea m ---~
S 7771 7* -Auur.-,,
5 to S20 mmg~s
GUNS ':*W" --
aahandsus, go et, durabte WI
mode mabi. tI
(This Rngraving represents the Leag Is a heal state.)
A STANDARD REMEDY
IN MANY HOMES.
For Coughs, Oolda. Croup, Btronahitto and all
Dther a'fiectisons of the Throat and ILUN4J, it stands
unrivaled and utterly beyond all competWIon.
IN CONSUMPTIVE CASES
Rf approaches so near a.specifia that "Ninety-fve" per
cent, are permanently cured, where the directions are
strictly complied with. There is nochemical or other in
gredients to harm the young ot old.
RS AN EXPECTORANT IT HAS NO EQUAL
IT CONTAINE NO OPIUM IN ANY FORM.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
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- --h:a arleston, Idass.
%OENTLEMEN: I was sutfering from general debilit y to
densomne to me. A vacation of a month did not give jut
increased prostration iand sinking chills. A t this time I
alized almost immediate aind wonderful results. TJhooh,
was not permanently abated, I have used three bottleso
bor that I oveor dlid in the same time during my illne n
and vigor of body, has come also a clearness of thought
work, Iknow not what. 1 give it theecredit.
Thee hroe; Tonic, in a
hlsacak, aued 1'hkon.
witth the I'eictsbe
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