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Cua to nj-House.
The oarsmen have sculled the last
rows of summer.
Love never dyes, but it will some
times get bald-headed. WJutehau
The fact that the Bible starts oat
with a snake-story is making lots of in-
hdels Boston rost.
A man never knows how many
friends he has until ho purchases a bil
liard table. N. T. Star.
The fall of an apple set Sir Isaac
Newton to thinking, but the fall of a
shingle has made more boys think than
all the apples that ever grew.
The estimated hoe yield in the nine
principal pork-producinir States this
vear is 15,600,000. But what the aver-
I .. ..a a
age citizen wants to Know is now mucn
pork he is likely to get for a shilling.
if. X. Express.
Martin F. Tuooer asks. Where
are the pure, the noble and the meekP"
Don't know where they are in England,
but in this country they are running for
otiice. a. v. txeayune.
The Philadelphia Ledger informs
n " anxious inquirer" that poets are
born, not made." We regret to learn
this, for we had intended to take a
block of wood and a penknife and whit
tle out a few for the fall trade. Norri-
A correspondent asks us what is
rood for moths. We don't know much
. . . . i i a i
about It, DUt we snouia recommenu
plenty of healthy, nourishing food.
with seltzer-water occasionally to aid
Judging from the way women cut
hair, even in these advanced times,
Sampson must have been a frightful
sight when Delilah got through shear
ing him. It's no wonder he got weak
and felt all broke up. tvneeiinq iteaaer.
The prevailing style of wide belts
worn by the ladies is calculated to im
press one with the belief that a great
deal of leather belting is going to waist.
Keokuk uate uuy.
" Ah, me," sighed a rising youn,
genius, thro wine down nis pen an
leaning back wearily. You don't
know how much pleasanter and easier
it is to read these little poems of mine
than it is to write them." Sympathetic
but awkward friend " Uad, how you
must suffer, then!"
Willie, aged ten, and Jemmy, aged
six. were Dlavine together, una oi
them was minutely examining a fly.
wonder how uod made nim: ' be ex
claimed, God don't make flies as car
penters make things," observed the
other boy. God says let there be flies.
and there is mes." rnuaaeiptoa rrtst
Very genial was good old Dean
Erskme, of Bipon. when a jocose rural
dean said to him in a bantering way.
' I don't see why, if you cathedral
deans have tbe prehx 'Very lieverena,'
we rural deans shouldn't have some
prefix too!" Well," said the canny
Soot, with a chuckle, suppose we call
you Bather Reverend' !" Temple Bar.
Deen cln mv heart I feel 'tis aew
When she hath thread In this shear line
How much I needle little wile.
She'll sav if she Is scissor mine.
A skinless grape, a seedless toma
to, a weolless peach, a coreless apple
and a rindless watermelon are tbe
needs of the day. Until some agri
cultural genius invents these peculiari
ties, we shall have to be content with
the very bungling work of nature.
New Have Register.
A great purple spot was lately dis
covered on the face of Jupiter, and the
scientific question of the day is. What's
the matter with Jupef After thorough
investigation of the matter, and the
making of many comparative observa
tions, we conclude that Jupiter told
Mars he was a liar. Cincinnati Ua
A Hew Jersey farmer put a mop
on the end of a long pole, saturated it
with coal oil, set it on nre, ana men
undertook to dislodge some aggressive
hornets that haa erectea a nest unaer
the eaves of his barn.. He dislodged
them. '. He also, dislodged a horse, two
cows and all bis summer crops. . Ho
insurance. Norrislovm Herald. .
" A Tight Squeeze" is aa unfortu
nate title for a new book. An old maid
will never-no, never! enter a book
store and ask a spruce young clerk for
A Tight Squeeze," although she may
want one very badly; and a much be-
rumed and banged young lady will
hardly ever call for "A Tight Squeeze1
so publicly, when she is already squeez
ed so tightly that she can hardly draw
her breath. And a young man well,
a young man doesn't go to a bookstore
wiibu as want) a. iigut squeeze.
. A butcher enters the office of a law
yer. " air, l want your aavice. xs tne
owner of a dog responsible for any dam
age that the animal may dof" "Cer
tainly .H . Then your dog has run . off
with a leg of mutton from my stall, and
I will trouble you for ten francs.
VVery well, my friend, have you five
francs change f" Yes, sir.'' (Pro
ducing tbemo x bat lust makes
square; my lee for advice is fifteen
Twaa Sunday morn, and Ravi Jonas
Was breakfastins: with Gray;
Bald Jonea: "Another bit of steak,
Aa I have to preach to-day."
" Guess I'll brace ap a little too."
. Bald Gray, his eves a crlfiten.
And ha helped himself to a hank of meat.
" rat yon know i nave to listen."
CrintO, Cincinnati Xnquirtr.
' A lady walking down King street.
the other day. while she cast fur-tive
fiances at the store windows, was
eard to remark: "That husband
ermine is such an old muff he won't get
me a new set this falL I've a notion
to gopher a new boa that sable to fur
nish such things as he had otter. He'll
have to beavery careful; if I catch him
trading with that young minx again
rll make him pull his weasel, or seal
his destiny for him. I won't bear
any longer, so now!" O. P. Dildoek, in
Some extracts from Fuel' I dictionary
of definitions: Burlesque. A play in
which poor actors struggle hard to show
aaouoie meaning in words without any.
Insane. The owner of a pistol when
it goes off and kills his enemy. News
paper. A combination (not patented)
of original sin, perpetual motion and
ubiquitous omniscience. Ovation (from
tne uannofd-i tnrowing of eggs: e.g
"The Count Joannes received a per-
iecc ovauon. styie. rutting on a
swallow-tail and a white tie to go to
tne circus. Aeries w as a great man
this ia not a definition, but then X is a
mighty worrisome letter, anyhow.
Cham's" great delight was to
give nice little dinners to Ms friends
and then disparage them. As thus
"Terrible about Dumas, isn't it?
Terrible about Dumas? Isn't what?"
' His being arrested last night for
theft. A man of his talents and posi
tion, with such a future before him, to
be arrested for petty larceny!" " Why,
I didn't hear of it before. He was at
dinner with us at your place last night,'
" Yes, I know it, and leaving us he
stole a loai oi bread at a bakery.. How
ever, he pleaded that hunger drove
him to it that he had dined with me
and so they let him go.
. "Talk about your narrer 'scapes
said Czar din a, "1 must tell yoq bont
the one I had. Ten year ago last winter
i went out into tbe wooas wnere near
and panthers was thicker than gum
chewers in a female academy. I soon
got my eves onto a big, noble loo kin'
bear. My gun had been loaded with a
bigger charge of powder than usual. I
just pulled a bead onto that bear and
cracki went tne rule ana over went tne
bear, while my gnn just give one power
ful kick, which laid me out flat on the
ground. But the best of the thing was
this: I didn' see a big panther which
was on a bluff behind me, and as I
shot, the cuss jumped for me, only to
meet the but of my gun, which was
going his way, and the ugly varmint
tell dead with bis skull crushed in Dy
the gun stock." WkUehaU lmes.
The Chase ef Old Ironsides.
I have been much entertained bv an
article in the Salem Observer of July 12,
on the old shop-keepers of Salem, most
or all of whom I remember. The writer
of it. in his notice of Amos Hovey,
Major-General of Massachusetts Mili
tia in 1813, who certainly always looked
the gentleman in his shop and the out
cer on parade, refers to the escape of
tbe Constitution ungate, cnased into
Marblehead by two British frigates. As
I have a vivid recollection of some in
cidents connected with this affair which
may be interesting, I give them to you
to dispose of as you see ht. X was then
nine years old, living at tne loot oi
Daniels street, below Derby street. On
a Sunday, soon after dinner, which was
probably on that day at noon, Mr. Rob
ert Stone, one of my father's partners
in business, came in and saia mat a
ship had been chased into Marblehead
by the enemy's squadron, then block
ading the bay, and it would be well to
know about it. The family horse and
two-wheeled chaise were brought out,
and at mv earnest request I was per
mitted to occupy a small cricket placed
on its floor. We drove up issex street.
through Central, over the bridge to
south Salem, and when bail way up
the hill at its end saw a man approach
ing on horseback at speed, who, on see
ing and recognizing us, pulled up has
tily and said: Xhe mgate constitu
tion has been chased into marbiebeaa
we mean to defend her, and we want
all the men and all the guns you can
send us. I am the chairman of the se
lectmen. Will von take charge of the
message to the authorities, and do what
you can for us? I must go back." The
proper assurances were given, the chaise
was turned, and we drove directly to
General Hovey s house on .bssex street.
and next east of the franklin ouuaing.
My father went-into the yard to the
front door, and 1 saw the General come
out to receive him. Mr. Stone, whose
house was directly opposite his, went
to inform bis iamily, ana x was leit in
charge of the horse. They both returned
almost instantly. The General asked a
few questions, naturally, as to the best
course to be pursued. Xhe reply was
" You will do as you think fit; we will
see to sending what they want, both
guns and men.
William Manning's stage stable.
filled with the best stage teams
in New England, was just round
the corner, on Union street, opposite
your then printing oince. x ortunateiy,
it wing ouuusj, Liie uursss were nut ia,
and fresh. Manning was standing un
der the old elm tree. No words were
wasted. ' Send all your horses, with
harness and drivers for four or six
horse teams, to the gun-house on the
Neck. The Constitution is chased into
Marblehead." " They shall be there,1
was the reply. We drove on through
Derby street to m v grandfather's house.
which stood where now stands the custom-house.
They wished to find, and
they did nnd, George Crowninebield,
the Ajax Telamon in every deed of dar
ing, whether it was to rescue people
from flood or fire, to go through a town
meeting, fight for his country's flag, or
as he aiterwards did, in person or at
his own expense to bring from Hali
fax the bodies of Lawrence and Lud
low, after the loss of the ill-fated Ches
apeake. They all then went directly to
the Neck, but, much to my disgust, 1
was discharged, with my cricket, at
Daniels street, witn directions to tell
my mother the news. It spread rapid
ly, the streets were soon filled with
people, and in about an hour 1 saw the
first gun. I think an eighteen-pounder.
with six fast horses on the run, go
through Derby street, with George
Crowninshield upon it- There had
been some delay in getting at the guns,
and afterward in fitting the harness.
The gun-house was a brick structure.
then recently built, just inside the
Neck gate, on the left-hand side, and,
with the gnus, belonged to the United
States. The heavy oak doors were se
cured by lock and bars; but opposite
was a ship-yard, and soon a heavy
stick of timber, by the united efforts of
sailors and mechanics under the direc
tion of the person named above, was
advancing to force an entrance. Mr.
Stone told me, maay years afterward,
that just as the assault was to be made,
he said: Captain George wait a min
ute. You are under bonds to keep the
peace let me give the order." It was
given, and the doors went in. I saw
several of these heavy guns pass by for
Marblehead, and I remember, an hour
or more after the rest, one drawn by a
yoke of oxen on its slow and winding
way. This must have been the one
spoken of in the Observer.
. Of what took place in the other parts
of the town 1 know nothing. The two
gentlemen first spoken of drove direct
ly to Marblehead, were in the fort and
went on board the frigate. Captain
Crowninshield came round in her to Sa
lem, where she was brought for further
safety, offering his services as pilot, but
oi course regular pilots were in charge.
I was on the Neck, which was full of
people that evening, to see her come
Into the harbor. - It was a matter of
much speculation as to how far in she
could come. She kept well over on the
Marblehead shore to hold the deep
water, ana came to, to let go her an
chors, when nearly ahead of the
Great excitement prevailed at Mar.
blehead, and especially in the fort, on
seeing three frigates approach the har-
Dor, ana mere was an apprenension
that they were all enemies the chase
"playing possum." The Constitution's
ensign dad not blowout, the wind being
aft and Ugh. As she came abreast of
the fort its guns were brought to bear
on her, when a sailor was seen to as
cend the rigging, lay out on tbe mizzen
peak, and clear the stars and stripes
from the saiL Then a shout, which
rang through all the ships, went up
from the shore, and the Constitution
was safe. A large portion of her crew
were Marblehead men. Xhe Constitu
tion remained one day in Salem harbor,
and a public ball was given to Captain
Stewart and his officers in Franklin
HalL The brick gun-house on tbe
Neck I saw taken down about 1850, it
having become unsafe, and loave being
obtained of the United States authori
ties. The land on which it stood was
taken into the alms-house farm. I never
heard my father speak much of this
affair, but after his death I was told
that the expense of transporting these
guns to Marblehead was borne by his
partner and himself, the town authori
ties refusing to pay it.
Upon this Sunday afternoon the Rev.
Dr. Bentley, upon entering the church,
observed that there was Dut one male
member of his parish present, of whom
he inquired what it meant. This gen
tleman, in reply, told him the news,
which he had heard at the church door.
The doctor made a short, emphatic
prayer, announoed what he had heard,
saia "There is more immediate need
of my services in Marblehead than
here, and dismissed the congregation.
He then went with his parishioners to
Marblehead, where, it was afterward
said and believed, he went into the fort
and offered his services to the officer in
command, for any duty he might as
sign him. I believe this story, like a
great many others told of him, to be
untrue; not that be would not have
done it, but because his companion
told me in, after years, that they were
together, and nothing of the kind hook
place. In the hope that what I have
written may interest your readers, I
am, respectfully, yours. Vor. Salem
(Mass. j lieg utter.
Seme Indian Singing.
In a former communication which
made mention of Grand Traverse Bay,
I referred to a Chicago preacher and to
Deacon Richard Smith, of the Cincin
nati Gazette. There was a chasm be
tween the two five minutes after the
first meeting. Three of us sat on a pile
of slabs at Cast Bay, waiting for the
Boat to go. x tmnk we bad it ail plan
ned to play a game of three banded
euchre, and I think the Deacon was try-
ing w utsat m mot? u tui tue uvwers in
the pack,wben along came tbe preacher.
His appearance was hailed with lov.
" Come, old fellow come and take
a hand in," called the Deacon, as he
threw me a ten spot of spades.
Xhe preacher looked borrihed.
"No three-card monte about us.
continued the Deacon as he shuffled
away. Come on let's you and
warm these chaps out of their boots! "
" Sir! " thundered the preacher.
" uo. well, we'll sav poker u vou
don't like euchre," said the Ueacon
" I want you to understand that I !"
Well, we'll take old sledge, then
anything to please you, though I should
judge by your looks that you can play
most anything and win. come squat
down here' "
"I'm a preacher, sir a preacher
from Chicago, sirl " almost screamed
the stranger as he fell back.
" well i ii be biowed!" whistled
the Deacon. "If that's tho cae
won't play a game with you unless you
tie up your coat-sieeves. "
That started the chasm. It grew a
little day by day, though an outsider
could not have seen it, and finally.
when we took the boat to go up the
lake, the Deacon came to me and said
" That Chicago preacher is in the la
dies' cabin telling the women and chil
dren that my example should be held
up as an awful warning to the world at
large. Now, then, I'm going to get
even with him if I have to swallow a
crow-bar to do it, and yon are no friend
of mine if you don t belp me!"
May the recording angel forgive me,
but I then and there entered into a
fiendish conspiracy with Richard Smith
to wollop and humiliate the Chicago
Nothing occurred until we reached
Northport. The preacher held aloof
from us, and we had no chance to
throw him overboard or cast him down
to the coal-heavers. The Indians had
been holding a camp-meeting at North
port, and about fifty of them came
aboard the boat with meekness in their
eyes, and their Gospel hymn-books in
their hands. The preacher came out to
welcome them.and the boat had scarce
ly left the dock when he got half
dozen of them together and started
them singing. Perhaps yon never heard
any Indians singing. If yon have no
Indians handy, draw a file- across
saw, add some rusty gate-hinges, and
get some one to blow a fife, and the
medley will be lust as sweet, and sad,
and lonely, and lingering, aav if twenty
red-skins sat in a circle around you.
After a few minutes the preacher
wanted to quit. He believed in con
gregational singing, but he couldn't go
an Indian massacre of Sankey's choic
est hymns. It was at this time that
Deacon Smith came to me and asked
for a private interview. In two min
utes we had a great big six-foot Indian
down-stairs. He was tne worst singer
in the lot. He'd sing against a fish-
horn all day long, and then beat
horse-fiddle after sundown, tie sung
bass, alto, tenor, and four other sorts
of singing all at once, and he depended
on his nose to do half of it.
A pint bottle of liquid was put into
this Indian- keeping, and be was told
to go ahead and sing as if a drove of
wolves were after nim. He was to
sing for and at the preacher, and he
wasn't to stop until the machinery in
his larynx gave out, r the preacher died.
" Me understand' he replied, as he
half emptied the bottle, "and don't
you forget her!"
We went up stairs and sat in the
gangway to cut off escape; and just as
the preacher was trying to bring the
singing to a close our Indian shied his
castor into the ring. He had removed
coat, hat, and vest, tightened his strap.
and as he bounded over two chairs and
came down before the preacher he yell
" You wait a little! Me knock
out of all that singing! "
Then he began. He waltzed, jump
ed, kicked, danced, and cracked his
heels. His hymn was: " We're Going
Home To-morrow," and he meant every
word of it. Some of the words were
shrieked, some screamed, and others
were spouted forth in a guttural sound
ing like the roll of a pumpkin over a
sheet-iron floor. The preacher seemed
to be highly pleased at first, but after a
minute his smile died away, and in an
other he had his hands over his ears.
How 1 do love choir-singing! " re
marked Deacon Smith as the fun went
on, and that remark encouraged two
more Indians to rise up, throw off their
coats, and join tha sad refrain. One of
them sang: "I Would Not Live Al way.
and the other got his work in on " Hap
py Day." We thus had three hymns
going at once, and I solemnly warn the
public that they went for all they were
They sorrounded the preacher.danced
before and behind him, sung him into
corners and out. and every moment a
fresh Indian joined in with anew hymn.
When the concert was at its height I
counted thirteen different hymns, four
war songs, and "Nancy Lee," and
Deacon Smith reverentially folded his
bands and solemnly said:
" Sing, brothers sing! If 1 am ever
converted it will be by just such soul-
stirring music as this! "
They sang the preacher down stairs.
up again, into the ladies' cabin, and
finally to his state-room, and the last
few sad notes of " I'm But a Pilgrim
Here" were accompanied by two hand
springs and a war-whoop as big as a
barrel. When it was all. over and the
members of the "choir" were pick
ing up their lost boot-heels aad hymn
books the Deacon softly rubbed his
bands and gently remarked:
"Nobody knows how much good it
would do me to have a daily Indian
camp-meeting in sin-stricken Cincin
nati!" .V. Quad. In Detroit FreePress,
The World's Granary.
A very shrewd French merchant
who is a close observer of ail matters
connected with the commercial rela
tions existing between France and the
United States, writes as follows, says
the American Grocer: "During one
of tbe last sittings of the t rench cham
ber, the Minister of Agriculture said:
From this day our farmers might as
well make up their . minds that the
United States will be the granary of
France.' He was perfectly right, for
the price French farmers arts obliged
to submit to in order to realize, in com
petition with American grain, is sim
ply ruinous. One of the largest farm
ers in France writes to me that his
wheat cost him, stored in his granary,
27 francs per hectolitre, and that mil
lers can buy American wheat fully as
good for 22.60 per hectolitre. Just
imagine what a loss." This official
recognition of the inevitable comes
none too soon, i ore warned is fore
armed, and the producers of Western
Europe must speedily arrange their af
fairs to meet tne new oraer oi things.
The area of the United States is nearly
15 times greater than that of France
and over nine times as great as that of
the French Republic and the United
Kingdom combined. In 1876 there
were devoted to the cultivation of ce
reals in the United States 17,000,000
more acres than the entire area of the
United Kingdom, and 30,000.000 more
acres than the entire area tilled in
France. In 1873 France devoted 87,-
000,000 acres to cereals, of which 17,
000,000 were in wheat. In 1876 the
United States raised wheat from 27,-
500.000 acres, while the crop of 1878 is
over iuu,wu,uuu Dusneis larger than
was that of 1876. Added to the advan
tages given to the United States by the
possession of an area suitable for grain
growing greater and more accessible
than that of any other nation, our pro
ducers can compete successfully for
Europe's trade on account of the lower
cost of land, a more productive soil
and the general use oi agricultural ma
chinery. Combined with this is a spirit
of enterprise and industry that is en
hanced by a climate which acts as a
stimulant in infusing life and energy
iaut uie people munuiuiig me grtuu
producing belt. The farmer, in obe
dience to this spirit, pushes production
and avails himself of every new labor-
saving appliance in order to increase
bis crops. Western Jf arm Journal.
The latest special fraud upon farm
ers is William V. Horton and his stump
clearer. William V. is in New York
in fact, in Nassau street and headver
tiseth in the country papers to the fol
lowing effect, William V. says:
"Stpmps! Removed without Bor
ing, Blasting or Burning. By ourpro
cess. new and old stumps can be effect
ually removed from the land the first
three months at a cost of less than half
a cent per stump. Enough material to
kill and remove ZdU large, new stumps,
with instructions to apply the same.
sent on receipt of $1. A boy ten years
old can apply the material to kill and
entirely remove from the land 250 large
new Btumps per aay.
More than this, William V. sends out
circulars which set forth the excellence
of stump extracting in full. If one-half
these claims are true, the readers of the
American Agriculturist ought to know
it, especially as the headquarters of the
stump-puller" were not very far from
our own office. The matter was of
sufficient importance for one of our edi
torial staff to make a personal exami
nation. He went to the place in Nas
sau street, and found the usual narrow
stairways, the numerous o laces, the ar
ray of motley signs, but no " Horton"
or " stump-puller." Then commenced
a search up-stairs and down-stairs; he
was told that there was no Horton in
the building; was informed that there
was a Mr. Hoyt. At last, somebody
recollected that a letter bad been di
rected to a Mr. Horton on the floor be
low, and, after much search, the local
habitation of Horton was found.
We give our associate's report of his
experience: "1 found myself in the
presence of a young and plump-looking
man." "What wui you nave, sirr
he said in a very welcome tone. '.
wish to inquire for Mr. Horton," I said
" William V.r' "Yes the man who
has a way to pull stumps fast." "Well,
he's not in they never arej) ; he is out
in Piedmont, JN. xx. (there is no sucn
place in the Gazetteer or Post Office
Directory; but we do his business in
his absence, and. if there is anything
special, can send to him." " I only
wished to inquire about the method of
pulling stumps, and see some of the
material which you use, if it is some
sort of chemical." William V.'s au
thorized agent then took me back into
his little office and gave me a chair.
He said: "The substance which we
use is a white powder." "I should
like to see some, as a friend of mine is
greatly troubled with stumps," I said,
growing interested. Well, we have
none of it here to-day; we expect some
every hour. Our orders are supplied
directly from the factory. Our letters
come here, and we open them and send
them directly to the factory to be nil
ed." I saw the factory, which stood
near my chair, and it was filled. I felt
so sure oi it mat no questions were ask
ed on that point. "How is the pow
der applied?" I asked the sage of
stump pulling. " You drive two nails
one at the root of the stump and an
other at the top, and connect them by
a wire; then a pinch of the powder, he
showed me how to take it up, with his
handl ia nut riaht on the head of the
upper nail, and this produces a current
of electricity, and in a short time
about three months the wnoie oi tne
interior of the stumps disappears.
That is quite wonderful, and it must
be a great saving of labor, for we find
it takes a stump several years to ret
down, and it is hard at the bottom."
Yes. it is a great discovery and in
vention. You see it is electricity that
does it, and we do not know bow much
electricity." I said: "That it was true
lightning can perform many wonder
ful fraki." and spoke of the vivid
lightning which we bad during the last
two days. There was a pause, a still
ness for a second, and, not caring to
be interviewed as to my stumps, their
number, locality, etc., I thanked the
philosopher and withdrew. P. S. He
said: "If the bark doesn't loosen in
about seven days, it is best to put on
more of the powder. American Agri
Salt, Sulphur, aad Charcoal.
The advice of Col. F. D. Curtis in the
following paragraph in the Rural New
Yorker is worth heeding and his sugges
tions good. Simple remedies piacea with
in reach of stock when well will frequent
ly save the loss of many of them from
disease. To give animals their food
and medicine separate is no doubt
much better than the common usage of
mixing them together. " We have ob
served that when pigs are fed a great
deal of hearty food they are fond of
salt and charcoal. Pigs are often affected
with indigestion, and the salt and char
coal are good remedies. We cannot
very well mix these things with their
food in the right proportion, and, more
over, it would not be best to attempt to
force a pig to eat them unless it wanted
to, or else its appetite might be de
stroyed and harm come from the ex
periment; but by mixing the salt and
charcoal together and putting them in
a box accessible to the pigs, they will
eat no more than they require. There
is no danger in putting either salt,
charcoal or sulphur, where the pigs
can get them, but to mix them in their
food might injure them, especially if
any of them should possess a voracious
appetite. Hogs will eat a considerable
quantity of sulphur and it is exceed
ingly healthful to them as a purifier of
the olood, and to help them to get rid
of the vermin which infest their oodies
inside and out. We want the pigs we
are going to eat to have plenty of sul
phur, at least all they will take. Their
flesh makes better food."
A young clerk in Holyoke spent six
hours in a refrigerator the other day,
having been imprisoned by mistake.
He felt, on coming out, as though he
had just been entertained at a fashiona
ble church sociable. Turner's Falls
Born to be Guillotined.
A case is shortly to come before the
Paris assizes which tends to prove that
he who is born to bo guillotined may ex
pose his life with impunity on the most
sanguinary battle-field. Sagnier en
listed at the outbreak of the Franco
German war in the now famous 9th
cuirassiers, quickly rose to be a cor
poral, and took part in the heroic
charge made by that regiment at
Worth. "I heard the bullets," he
said to the judge, "rattle like hail
against my breast-plate." He was un
horsed by a stab from a bayonet, and
finally picked up from among the
dead. As soon as he recovered from
his wounds he took service again, and
was one of the defenders of Strasbourg.
There he was wounded again by a shell
splinter, and after the capitulation of
tne city ne was sent a prisoner to Ger
many and confined in the citadel of
Breslau. On returning to France he
settled in Paris and became a white
smith. As he was a very intelligent
and clever workman he might have
lived happily and comfortably on his
earnings, but he grew discontented, his
temper soured, ne imagined himself
tne victim of perpetual persecutions,
ana couia not resign himself to the
misfortune of not having received the
cross of the Legion of Honor for his
bravery during the war. He took to
drinking absinthe, and his brain there
by became so much affected that he
had to be confined in a lunatic asvlum.
He left it cured, and the doctors who
have examined him in connection with
the horrible crime to which he has con
fessed state that he is quite responsible
for his acts. To come to that crime
here are the facts: On the 12th day of
August, last year, about nine in the
morning, a young woman. Mme. Del-
achaume, who had gone to the ceme
tery of St. Ouen to prav at the tomb of
her sister, was suddenly attacked by a
man witn a hammer as she was kneel
ing on her sister's grave. The brute.
after knocking her down.trod her under
foot, and finally, after battering in her
1 ii " . l i. . i r i ,.
Burnt wibo 1119 uztmmer, mil ner welter-
ing in her blood, but not before havinj
robbed her ' of a cross she wore, am
also of her watch and chain. Two
other ladies had been assaulted and
robbed in the same cemetery. The
police at last succeeded in arresting
Sagnier, and charged him with ail
three crimes. For the last two men
tioned he was sentenced to three months
imprisonment. As for the capital
charge Sagnier explains it by alleging
a nt of madness brought on by drink.
" I went to the cemetery of St. Ouen
with my mechanic's hammer to fasten
the cross on the grave of my little
daughter, who died recently. I had
frayed fervently for her. All at once
saw the cross and watch-chain of the
kneeling lady beside me glisten in the
sunshine. A bad thought took pos
session of my brain, and I struck with
out knowing what I did." Paris Cot.
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DR. CLARK X I
Indian Blood Syrup:
1ATB ov -outasT orr.
The Best Remedy Known to Kant
Dr. Clark Johnson having associated blmeeir with
Edwin Eastman, an escaped captive, long a slave ta
wakametkls, the medicine man of the Oomanchea,
now prepared to lend his aid In tha introduction of tha
Ti.. AnMiam of Mr. Kastman name similar to tnafl
ef Mrs. Cbaa. Jones and son, of Washington County,
Iowa, aa account or wdobo sunermgs were mniiingio
narrated In the Area For Berald of Dee, loth. 1878.
the facts of which ars so widely known, and so nearly
parallel, that but little mention of Mr. Eastman's aa
perlences will bo given here. They aiw, however, pulv
Ushed In a neat volume of 800 pages, enuueo -twvsa .
and Nine Yean Among the Comsw -cries aud Apaches,"
of which mention will be made hereafter. Suffice it ta
say that for several years Mr. Kastmsn, while s captiva.
was compelled to gather tbe mots, gums, barks, barbs
ana perries or wnicu .suunwu.. . -0-.'""" w
made, and te still prepared to provide the uw ma
terials tor tne success rm lnurouucuun
to the world; and assures the public that the remedy
the same now aa whan WaksmetkU onmpellwl him M
Wakamettta, the Medicine Van.
Nothing has been added to tM medietas and
hat been taken away. It Is without doubt the BJjri
inn of theBuKuandBsxsrrkBo( thoasxBit
known to man.
Tills Syrup puustssi's varied properdes.
t note ays. the BUdsiewa. -It
r4rs,Iateo tbe Bowela.
. It pmrifleo tbe Blood.
It owlets tlte Mervotto Sjnmna,
SB protsstei vigeraea.
It eawrrteo oT ko old stloed mm boost pa
IS ssmh the poreo of tho ekla, aat ls
tacrs Heailtby Peraplratlom.
tt nentrauaet the hereditary taint or pottonta aw
Mood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas and aH
manner sf skin d Is oases and internal humors. '
There are no spirits employed m Its manufacture, and
K can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by tbe
aged and feeble, oars oni tmng raptr ut gflaiaoa
Edwin Hmtnw. in Indian Costrxma.
tm aits Nora Tbabs Amom tstb ootunoras in
Apichbs. A neat volume of 800 pages, being a
simple atslsroent at tha horrible bets connected
wfth the ssd massacre of s helpless family, and too
eapttvtty, tenures and oltlmaia sseapa of its two
surviving members, JTar sals fee ear scents gets
erally. Price. 8L00.
The Incidents of the mtoati 1 11, briefly narrated are
distributed by agents, rasa of chart.
atr. Eastman, Doing almost constannr as too weaa,
waged tn gathering and curing thomaterisH of wbtes.
the medicine is composed, the solo business msnago.
ment devolves upon 1st. Johnson, snd tha rsmertj has
been called, and la known aa
Dr. Clark Johnson's "
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Fries of Larrs Bottlot - - tl.00
Pries of Bntail BotUes - - - - M
Bead the voluntary testimonials of persons who have
been cured by the use of Dr. Clark
Blood Syrap in your own vtrtalty, ...
TESTIMONIALS OF CURES.
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tjropopoi ana sawtycaiiww. -
- Athkns, Athens Oounty. OVrlo.
Dmr 8trt was troubled for a long time with Dy
pepsia and Indigestion, and It was only when I took
rur XmUsb Atlaed Strap that I experienced re
lief. MB. J. W. 1
Dyspepsia and lodlgestioa.
. riniii, Highland County, Ohio.
Vrrr fffr Thia Is to certJry that mar ladtaa
Blood Myrstp has cured me of DyspenKla and Indi
gestion after all other medicines had failed.
Dyspepsia aad Indigestion, -
YkaimjJOfl, Erie County. Ohio.
IVir Sir 1 was troubled with Prrpertsia snd indtires
tlot sni there were but few kinds ef f ood that my stom
ach would bear at alL By advise of a friend I com
meared using your Iwdtats Blwod Hvrsip. and in
a smvrt time I began to improve wonderfully, my appe
rite lecame good and 1 was enabled to eat anything I
desirvid. My digestive organs are now In good order
and 1 preuoonce myscU well and beany.
. MAUI ANNE SHKT.TOH.
Nearalgla of the Head. -
Dmr Sir I have taken ynor excellent Indltua
Bleed Syrap for Meuralgia of the Read, which waa
psrmanonlly cured, MBS. SABAH PLAUB.
Tna Klnht Rproprlv at I oat c
PKTKRSBUao, Columbiana Co., Ohio, May 81, IS 70.
vrar Si" I have been in poor health for seven years,
and bad the attendance of ail the doctors around, but
they could not tell me what was the matter, neither
could they give me any relief. I was advised to try your
Inttlnn Blood Myrsp, which hasdoae mo more
good than any medicine 1 have ever taken.
MIiS KMXA MCCLLUB,
Ah Excellent Medicine.
8rmnenBLn, Clarke County. Ohm.
Saw 5r This Is to certify that your Itsdtaa
Blood Sri-as haa healed some very troublesome
HnM eanaert h, Enilnalaa f mnaHi. It.n M-.lla.n.
MB. J. KAQlaEa
Highly Recommends It 1
' SSVBCITIIJ.K. 6aernaey County. Ohio.
Eenr Sfr Tour excellent Indian Blood Srrep -
has done me more good than fifty dollars' worth of other
medicine. It has also relieved Mrs. rrcd. who had
been ailing tor some time. . . MABX C POPUABU
HirHvlLL, Stark County. Ohio. April 80. 1870.
Bow Sir I have nerd your excellent Iadlata
Blood Syrww with very beneflcial resulta, and can
truthfully say It la tho best medicine I bave over used.
It la a remarkable blood purifier, and should be used by
all suffering with any fllinstn arising from aa Impute
stats of tbe blood.
. St. J
. M. wixuux.
Sere Cere for Dyspepsia.
HobtBwobtb. Columbians Co.. Ohio, March 14, TV.
Dear Mir This Is to certify that I bave used your
Iwdlastm Blood Syrstp for Dyspepsia and In
digestion, and have never found any medicine to giro
equal satisfaction. I would not be without It.
, .. ADAM BOWKBS.
All that It Is Recommended to Be.
rrgvuNCBi Deflsnce Onnnty, Ohio, April 5, 17. "
Dmr Sir This Is to certify that 1 bave used your
wdlaai Blood Syrsip In my family, glv.mt it to
tha youngest as well as tbe oldest, s lady seventy years
of age. I never knew It to fail In curing any disease
that it was tontimm ended to cure.
MBS. UELOTIA SPBOUala
An Excellent Family Remedy.
Kabokino, PortsgeCotmty, Oblo, April 17, IMTa
Tnr St-Thls is to certify that I have Med rnrir
Indlaw Blood Syrwp tn my family for the past
iLim 7,"5 nmr s" t to faU ta giving the
f" relief. 1 have cured tiw ague with tt when all
other medicines had failed. I can confldetnli recom
twndttaaaninfaUlUe family retnedj. . "
v aa. JACxsoa. .
For Heart Disease.
Tnrrox, Galrla CooaCy, Ohio.
Jgar, r-1 was afflicted with Heart Msease for a
"umber of Tears, and at time felt It severely; tried
many lvswedles, ail of whteh proved worth leas eg -rat
r an hi a a Blood Syra., which 1 would aurtea
to try who ars suSetinc from dines wa of sbnllsi
" ' R. K. GLENN.