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VARIETIES. - .
of donghmestic recipes. Whitehall
The time is com in z when a buffalo
robe will cover two beans in at Deal as
one. Hew York People, ......
" I acknowledge the corn," as the
man said when he pulled on a tight
boot. Mertden Beamier.
It is the poorest way to get tip in
tha world, to be continually down - in
the mouth. Heo York JNtto. ' .
The Sheriff of New . York -didn't
walk at all; but he's got the Astley belt,
nevertheless. Philadelphia Bulletin.
This is a month for storms.- Mar
ried men will do well to get inside the
picket lines before nine p. m. Htmta-
viue item. .
The man who tries to run a news-
nuner to suit everybody died in anEast
era poorhouse eighty years" ago. Still-
."By their fruits shall ye know
them," was . written long before the
small bby carped home apples In.; the
letrs of bis trousers. Aew York'Xx-
press. .: v . ; r
An ' exchange says: Kailway
sleepers in this country require 150,000
acres of timber a year." - Xhia will e
ewa to Pullman car conduCtorS.Aev'
Archery clubs - are popular with
girbv because they always, like to bend
the beau. ' uet mm a own on nut uwei,
as it were, or .on the stringv so to speak.
Wheehng Leader. .
The worst case of selfishness on
record is that of a youth" who com
plained because his mother put a larger
mustard plaster on his younger brother
than she dia on mm. - .
Presence": of mind may stop a lion
in his spring, but as a rule it would be
a good deal safer to have a gully seventy-five
feet wide between you and the
lion previous to .the- spring. JMlroit
Free" Press. . .. -:. .. .,..1
If Jacob's ladder was now to be
placed against the entrance of Heaven,
aa of old, yon couldn't induce anybody
to ascend it. - An opposition elevator
would get all the passenger traffic.
New Haven Register.
A college student from this city In
rendering to his father an account of
his term expense, inserted : To char
ity, thirty dollars." His father wrote
back : Charity covers a multitude of
sins." N. Y. Commercial.
"Tell me," he said, . v.
. -.Wbai day you'll wad,
'. I want no more child's play. -.,
- Thus urged to mate .
. In wedded state. . - rmr .
, AtOneehe8at-,erday.'i :
Cincinnati Saturday ATigAC
: A Milwaukee girl suffering from
lockjaw was left alone with a mouse by
the shrewd physician, and she contrived
to open her mouth enough to give a
yell that made the crockery in the china
closet rattle. Boston Post. . M
I am coming by and by
1 Ton will bear my plaintive cry.
In accents mild and gentle as a lamb; ,.
ere long I'll De on aeca, -
Brlndng ninety cents a peck.
Sing hey I the sweet potato that I yam. '
' , . . t LentU Timn Journal. .
--Considering the 'rapid destruction
of forests, very many thinkers profess
to exercise of mind regarding the fuel
of the future.- They may rest assured.
however, that good hot fires will be in
some way provided. iVetr Orleans Pie
ayune. ; :
A very careful Bridgeport man al
ways carries a bottle of whisky in his
pocket as an antidote for rattlesnake
bites. - He 'is now fifty-three years old
and has never once died of a rattlesnake
bite; and he attributes his escape to the
antidote. Ntrrxstoum Herald. '
You armv chap." as a eirt said to
her military lover.-AttadelpAta Stot
iatt Item. "That's where von soldier
yourself,' he wrote back when he
loped with another girL. OUatva
publican. -This may be trooper haps.
Hussar fbt the other girL Boston Post.
A Pearl street grocer has placed on
exhibition a beet measuring, twenty
two inches in length and two feet in di
ameter. We dislike to take him down,
but one of our hotel proprietors lately
pitched into the street a beat six feet
high and thirty-eight .inches round the
chest Albany JournaL
What brought Grant home?" mys
teriously demands a Missouri contem
porary, we ua t louow the game
closer but he might have got in a hard
hit to center field, or a hot liner to third,
badly muffed, or a daisy cutter out to
left held; it's enough to get home when
yon are on third and have a lively bit
ter at the bat. Eawheye. - ' -
. -.A young man who lost a bet of oys
ters with three of his friends, said he
wouldn't pay it unless he was four stew.
Cincinnati Saturday Night. He has
since- made a bet with nine of his
friends, and ' says he in ten stew pay
this time if. he loses. Yawcob Strauss.
'Eleven stew them himself, if no, one
else will.-Ort. Although he 'eight
stew. Cincinnati Commercial. - -
Old lady (on donkey) " Boy. boy,
isn't this very dangerous f Boy
"Werry dangerous, indeed," mar ra
th ere was a lady a ridin' up here last
year, and the donkey fell, and the lady
was chucked over the cliff and killed."
Old lady "Good gracious,. was the
donkey killed, too?" Boy No,
marm; that's : the. werry donkey."
iitnwarin, . .
A William goat at Newbnrg butted
himself to death against a circus bill
pasted on a stone walL After a care
ful examination of the layers on his
horn, made at great expense by the
Male ueoiogist, his origin was placed
somewhere back in the dead languages.
The next day after the accident a Chat
ham street restaurant in this city hung
out the sign: "New Spring Lamb."
New York Paper.
They were eourting "What makes
tbe stars shine so dim to-night?" she
said softly. Your eyes' are so much
brighter," be whispered, pressing her
little band. They are married now. 'l
wonder how many telegraph poles it
would take to reach from here to the
stars." , she said musingly. One, if
it was long enough," he growled.
Why don'tyou talk common sense?"
Professor Peters was one of the few
men who didn't get excited over the
walking match in New York. Right in
the middle of the walk, when all New
York was losing its head over the
match. Professor Peters preserved his
equanimity and attended strictly to
business. He discovered a new planet
on the day that RoweU made his 350th
mile. And his discovery is of every bit
as mucn value to the Business interests
ofthe nation as was the international
walking match. Norristown Herald.
A firm of London solicitors inserted
an advertisement in the alandard, offer
ing a reward of 20 for information re
garding a young lady by the name of
Linda, who is missing, ine descrip
tion of ber person is unusually explicit;
it is even stated she has a cross tatooed
on her right leg. A correspondent re
marks: I see a Linda and a reward of
20 in every young lady of seventeen
that 1 come across, but they vanish
while I am thinking how I can deli
cately put the question about the tattoo
mark. London Truth.
' Some of the newspapers publish a
useful domestic) recipe" ever day,
Tbaroeher-iday .'inplace-of .the recipe,;
one Of the papers published the follow
ing notice: " We sincerely trust that
our readers will (orgtve ns. yesterday
in giving a recipe for the- chilblains we
inadvertently stated .that -toe, remedy
was to be . taken internally. It is. on
the contrary, for external use. We'
hope that rrovidence has restrained the
bands of our belovea- subscribers, lor
every one who drank of this compound
is dead by . this . time. ..We .present in,
advance our condolence to tne bereaved
families." Boston 'Courier.
' ' -'-'A Kansas fplsede. ;.-''
Mr. Thomas Hancock; coming back
from his eastern tour 'to his Kansas
home, at Grape. Creek, was v pleased. to
nnd a large crowd of bis old mends and
neighbors awaiting him at the station.
As the train pulled up, the village band
burst into" the wedding march." and
did it serious damage i The b as el rum
mer thumped it badly far. a half, mini
ute, and tossed it to the sax-horn, who
blew it perpendicularly into the air.
whenoe, on its return, it was caught by
the trombope,- which, after rolling it
over and over in a rougn-and-tumbie
fight, threw, it straight at the head.of
the man with the 1- renoh- horn, who
twisted its wretched .neck and sent it
"bum." bum.' against the "hide-
beater, who originally started it. This
was a solace and delight to the .soul
of Mr. Hancock, and his' face beamed
with a smile as. warm and genial as this
October sun. As he reached the plat
form of the car three cheers were given'
for Hancock' and lady," whereat Han
cock looked queer," especially when
they crowded oil: him,' shaking hands
and asking "Where is she?" "Why
don't you bring-her .utr" s "Ain't
ashamed of her, are your" . jtteoiusnea
and began protesting, when suddenly
beautiful woman seized his arm and
clung with her pretty gloved htnd so
sweetly to him that he would have been
in paradise if there hadn't been so many
looking on. V Darling," she whispered,
1 thought I had lost you," and Han
cock, utterly nonplused, almost wished
she had. In the meantime the crowd
he ran look in r oneer. and stooped
cheering and guffawed .little, all of
which made it very embarrassing for
Mr. Thomas Hancock. . i
, He was too gallant a man to express
his growing dislike of the." situation.
In fact it is hardly truthful to say he
did dislike it.. At the same time he con
fessed to himself that he always had a
prejudice, id case be should be tnan-rea
in favor of being at least a party to it.
and of being invited to ' the wedding,
Both of these preliminaries being wanting-,'
Mr. Hancock not unreasonably
doubted the right of the pretty woman
to eJinr to his arm, . u she. was doing.
The situation was. greatly complicated
at this moment by another gentlemnn
who rushed excitedly .up. tore away the
lady, and., asked what she" meant, by
such conduct only fifteen minutes
after she was married, too: She looked
up," gave a' little scream,' an d clung to
the newcomer as - tightly as she bad
clung to Mr.' Hancock. The latter
smiled,' the crowd roared and cheered.
the two gentlemen shook1 hands, and
the train went on with Mr. Richard
Hardin and his wife. And then Mr.
Hancock, after duly testifying at the
nearest beer-hall to the gratitude he
felt for the esteem of his fellow-citizens
demanded an explanation. - After a se
vere and patient examination, he dis
covered that the reporter of the local
paper "had mixed .those babies up."
He bad announced tha rumors of Mr,
Hancock's marriage during his eastern
wuHi aun yvtii or arvrj-r ia kaa wioava vsa oltv
Creek, his .neighbors had turned out to
welcome him and his .'bride.. ,Mr.
Kichard Hardin, just married, was
about taking the train, and had left his
new wife in order to look after the bag
gage. In the natural confusion of aoim
portsnt an event. the bride had mistaken
Mr. Hancock for her spouse. The reason
of all of which . was explained ia : tbe
next issue of the Urape , Vine Telegraph
in the following words : " The mistake
which led the Telegraph into announc
ing Jur. Hancock s. marriage arose al
together, out of the remarkable, likeness
between him and Mr. Hardin a. re
semblance that does' not stop at mere
outward " appearances alone, but de
velops with wonderful accuracy in their
genial natures." Chicago Times.
' A Bridegroom Kidnapped. . "
There was an intense excitement at
Calverton, in the western suburbs of
the city, recently. Over a case of forci
ble kidnapping on the highway that oc
curred not long after nightfall. About
eight o'clock a hack was rapidly driven
out the Franklin road, and in it were
two young men in swallow-tail coats
and white neckties. One - was named
J. W. Walker, residing at No. 81 North
Charles street; the other Leo Laley,
an employe at Busey's photograph gal
lery, on Charles street. The former
was expecting to be married that even
ing, and the latter was the best man.
As the pair were rolling along, indulg
ing in the pleasant thoughts and con
versation natural in such an interesting
situation." they little thought that a
band of determined men were lying in
wait in the shadow of a little patch of
woods, ready to crush all. their fond
anticipations. The hack was not far
from the first toll-gate on the Franklin
road, when the driver was suddenly
aroused from his complacent musings
over the prospective size of his fee for
carrying a bridal party, by hoarse
voices, which commanded him to halt,
and -his horses were grabbed and sud
denly checked by a half dozen strong
hands. Looking about him, the af
frighted driver saw a party of men
armed with guns, revolvers and blud
geons, who gathered about the doors
of the hack.- Terrible blunderbusses
were pointed at the cowering inmates,
but a tall, slender man, who seemed to
be the chieftain of the band, called out
in a tone of authority, Don't shoot !"
The two young men inside of the
hack were naturally horribly frightened
for it was impossible for them to know
that the weapons had been carefully
left unloaded, for . fear of ' accidents.
Still, under the circumstances, it was
not to be wondered at that, as the doors
of the hack were thrown open, and
several enormotrs horse-pistols were
presented at ..the, heads of the young
men, the pale moonlight revealed two
faces as- pale as the ' white cravats
which they had appropriately donned
for a far different occasion. The chief
tain of the band, advancing to the door
of the hack, commanded J. W. Walker
to. alight, and, after addressing him in
a few short and angry sentences, turned
him over to the custody of some of his
lieutenants, who, taking him by the
arms, collar ,or wherever else they could
get a grip on, bore him rapidly and
sternly away to a point where a hack
was in wailing, in which they got with
him, And were borne swiftly away.
But whither? That is a profound mys
tery. Mr. Laley was not allowed to
remain upon the scene after the abduc
tion of his. companion, but no sooner
had he disappeared in the gloom to his
mysterious fate, than the driver was
ordered to turn about and convey his
remaining passenger back to the city.
Who is to pay me my fare?" cried the
unfortunate hackman, his golden
visions of splendid remuneration com
ing vividly back to Mm as soon - as his
fears that he had fallen into the hands
of an ordinary band of robbers had
Ik -en dispelled. Mocking laughter was
the sole reply, and goaded into a frenzy
the hackman lashed his horse into a
gait of fully five miles an hour, and at
length came tearing into the city at'
this furious rate. Mr. Laley imme
diately sought out a lawyer, and the
matter was -brought to the "attention of
Captain Earhart, - of the Northwestern
Police Station, -with, an earnest -appeal
to keep it darki, -.- A Sergeant and two
policemen were detailed to proceed to
the scene. of the abduction, and thither
the party proceeded, but,' although they
sought long and diligently, they could
not. uisouver any vrauo ui wo missing
man. . . " .
Something about the antecedent cir
cumstances did, however, get out; and
a reporter of the American was '.suc
cessful- in. discovering one of the band
of highwaymen and obtaining from him
statement of the remarkable affair.
it appears that Mr. J. w. walker has
for some' time past been paying his ad
dresses to tbe daughter of-the late Cary
McClelland, Esq.. and was actually en
gaged., when rumors, derogatory to his
character a a ge,nueman and man oi
honor got into circulation. Air. K. f.
"Suteri ' Miss 'McCretfaud's brother-in-
law, took the matter in hand and pro
cured -what be regarded as conclusive
evidence of dissolute conduct on. Mr.
Walker s part, and also the lack of in
tegrity in business dealings. These
'charges Mr. Walker vehemently denied,
and Mr. Suter said that he should have
'every opportunity to-clear himself, but
that m the meantime - nis visits to Miss
McClelland must cease. . Mr.. Walker
'did' cease his visits, but found means to
communicate with the lady, who, with
.womarrs ' -constancy, clung to him
through i good -and evil report.' Mr.
f Outer's investigation led him, to - the
conclusion that in disposing of a drug
business at the corner of Harlem aye
nue and' Carey street. Walker ' bad
grossly deceived the purchaser Charles
A. Henwood, by misrepresenting the
extent of the business. - It was charged
upon Walker that he made up a' false
oash-book and a-false prescription file.
in order to make it. appear that. the
business' was much more valuable than
ft really was. A suit was instituted by
Mr. Henwood to recover' part of the
purchase money,' which, it was Btated,
was . compromised yesterday -by Air.
Walker by the payment of 1 1.000. Mr.
Suter anticipated an attempt at an
elopement, and' watchers" were on "the
lookout to- prevent it. ' Mr.' Suter de
termined that ne marriage should take
place uutil he had done all he intended
to do in the way of .displaying Air,
Walker's character to bis betrothed.
and, inasmuch as the lady's Jiberty.
could not well be restrained, he deter
mined to take Mr. Walker into custody
if he should come after the lady. He
then made arrangements which resulted
m tbe scene described in the nrst por
tion of the article, and he it was who
figured as the chieftain of the band.
- The police could not find Mr. Suter
last nightalthough they searched for
turn; buvasbau. a. gentleman 01 the
highest character and responsibility, he
will doubtless be heard from soon.
There are no fears for Mr: Walker's
safety, but meanwhile his whereabouts
is "a- complete- mystery.- BaMcmore
American, s. i-; n--.'.
The Pomptliaa Centenary-
' The Italians are exceedingly fond of
commemsrations, so much so that one
is sometimes tempted to think a prefer
ence for play over work has more to do
with the celebration of such frequently
recurring anniversaries than any' real
importance or interest attaching to the
occasion. But it can scare ly be denied
that an archaeological celebration which
had been arranged for the5th of Sep
tember, is worthy of the. interest and
attention not only Of Italians themselves
but of cultivated persons in every part
of the world. -Iti is intended to oomt
men) orate the eighteenth centenary of
the destruction of fompeiu
The invitations to participate In this
truly unique event have already been
printed,' and in great measure forward
ed to the more prominent of the per
sons and institutions whom such an oc
casion is sure to interest. The tickets
of admission are classic lesser ce, bear
ing the following inscription in those
red mural characters so familiar to all
who have visited the buried city,
- "Tessera for gratuitous admission to
Pompeii the JLXV. of beptember,
MDCCCLXXIX. on the recurrence of
XVI 11. centenary after its destruction.
On the back of the ticket is the follow.
ing brief programme: " 10 o clock A.
M., in the basilica. . Report of the direc
tor. 10:30, visit to view the monu-
aien's. 12:30, excavations in the Vth
and -VI. divisions of the IXth region
' Invitations - have been sent to all the
archaeological and artistic academies
and institutions of Germany, England,
and other countries, and already re
plies ' ' have been received from
the principal bodies. During the
last three months all excavations
have been "; suspended at Pompeii,
and no fewer than . forty new excava
tions have been fixed upon to be made
on tbe occasion Of the centenary. To
behold a fresh excavation in the buried
city is often a very wonderful and in
teresting experience. Sometimes the
cover is drawn blank, so to speak, and
no object of mark or interest rewards
seekers. But often it is otherwise. ' In
the time of the Bourbon King of Naples
distinguished visitors to -Pompeii used
to be complimented by the opening of
some fresh excavation in their honor.
It is related that when the late Lord
Brougham visited Pompeii, Buoh a com
pliment being paid to him, the result
was a very striking one. A point was
selected under which it was confidently
conjectured there must be a dwelling
house, and spade and pickaxe went to
work. Sure enough, 'there was the
house, and there was its closed portaL
A few skillful strokes opened it, and
revealed for one brief moment a human
figure standing there within it. The
eye had barely time to take cognizance
of his wearied appearance an earthly
phantom- revealed ' to - the light of
the sun - after nearly two thou
sand years of dark oblivion when,
in a flash, it. crumbled and was
gone." A few handfuls of impalpable
oust alone remained to tell of that long
buried human creature. It may be that
some similarly striking incidents will
reward the research and curiosity, of
the learned and artistic eyes which "will
gaze upon Pompeii on the 25th of this
month. . ."'
A huge volume is- now in the press,
entitled " Pompeii, and the Region
Overwhelmed by Vesuvius in the Year
LXXIX," and it will be published on
the occasion of the centenary. This
work will contain papers written ex
pressly by distinguished naturalists and
archfeologists. The naturalists have
discussed questions of physical science
connected with Pompeii, and the catas
trophe which destroyed it, illustrating
its flora and thai principal phenomena
of its destruction. The archaeologists
have added to the goodly number of
studies already existing upon Pom
peiian monuments, and especially have
enriched the collection with valuable
observations on those which have been
discovered within the last ten years.
In order to make tbe celebration com
plete, Vesuvius ought to send out a
mild eruption, merely a sort of feu de
foie, grand and beautiful, without being
terrible. The present crater is, how
ever, not the instrument which poured
forth death and ruin on the Campanian
city. The portion of tbe volcanic
mountain which vomited its burning
lava and its choking ashes 1,800 years
ago now lies sullen and silent, with a
strauge resemblance in its outline,
viewed from one point, to a crouching
lion. The last lime I stood withiu the
marvelous strvets of Pompeii it was a
brilliant winter day, with a sun as hot
as an English sun in June, and a sky
more luminously and intensely - blue
than an English sky ever could be.
Forms and colors of the gayest beauty
still -adorned - broken colonnade and
ruined wall. The tracks of chariot
wheels that had polished the stone
f lavement with their friction glistened
n the sunlight. .- Some of the daintily
elegant inner courts of dwelling houses
appeared sou to echo with tne sandaled
foot of fair Campanian ladies. The
whole place seemed yet warm with the
htaman life Which had been stilled so
suddenly those many' centuries ago.
The mind could scarcely connect that
abyss of time gone by with the sun
flooded city as it lay- still beautiful beneath.-the
canopy of southern sky. Near
at nand tne sleeping volcano loomed
Sullenly. Farther in the distance from
Vesuvius, towering above the spark
ling bay of Naples, rose a' thin column
into the -serene air aoolamn -that was
a pillar of smoke by.day and a pillar of
fire by night. Soman Cor. London
- Threatened Scarcity of Timber. : . '
Notwithstanding the increasing sub
stitution of iron for timber in construc
tion, the Increasing use of coal and the
introduction of mineral oil for fuel, the
forests of the world are being rapidly
diminished. 'Mnch of ' it from sheer
wastefulness: and this is especially true
in new countries. In the United States
20.000.00Q people are living in perishable
wooden buildings, and immense Quan
tities of the best timber is destroyed in.
the process of bringing the forests of
the west "under cultivation. Unfortu-
toately. - too. the - most valuable -and
slowest growing species affect the soils
best ntted for .gram, and tbe pioneer
never thinks of saving portions of tim
ber on his allotment, or of replanting
The result is,' that in North America,
wfaich, when first settled, was clothed
in greenwood from sea to sea, a note of
warning has for some time beep raised
against the indiscriminate destruction
of timber, and planting in some of the
States has been encouraged ' by pecu
niary inducements. MThe splendid pine
forests , of Nevada, the monarchs of
which take centuries .to mature, and
which exercise such an influence on
the climate that without them the coun
try would probably become a barren
desert, are in danger of being utterly
destroyed by the short-sighted selfish
ness of the inhabitants of the territory.
The effect of this wholesale destruction
is becoming apparent in the recurrence
of periods of successive drouth, and the
drying up of lakes and. streams.
in the old world, the future of the
"Russian possessions in the Caucasus is
'menaced by the unsparing, and the offi
cial Journal asserts, in many instances,
senseless destruction of trees. In
Da'ghestan, owing to the cutting down
of the timber on the mountains to fur
nish fuel for the .Caspian steamers, the
contiguous. valleys formerly richly fer
tile, nave become ..arid. guile vs; and
other parts of Asia,' such as' tbe valley
:of the Uxus, formerly -seats of large
populations, . are now barren deserts
from the same cause.. In Australia,
from its physical peculiarities still more
liable to drouth than North America or
Central Asia, the effects of the destruc
tion of its-timber, have been more rap
idly and more distinctly manifested.
and the colonists appear to be seriously
alarmed as to the consequences. . They
are calling for restrictive measures, and
' others of a reproductive character are
already in operation. The rainfall of a
treeless region, even when it reaches
an average limit, is always fitful, and
the rivers rise rapidly and flood the
surrounding 'country, as has been the
ease ia the south of trance, in south
Australia, tha clearance now rapidly
proceeding., must, if not checked, result
in an ever-increasing aridity of climate
and ever diminishing fertility of soil,
a scorching, arid summer, and' ah in
tensely cold and dry winter, with no In
tervening spring. London iron.
c- . The Chancellor and His Dsg.
"My dog! Where is toy dog?" were
Prince Bismarck's first Words oh alight
ing on tbe platform of westbahn rail
way, station - recently; "and, . sure
enough, there he -was, the sleek quad
ruped who so seriously imperiled, the
precious existence of Prince Gortscha-
koff during' the Congress. With
bound Sultan, who had traveled second-class,
was at his master's side, cov
ering him with boisterous manifesta
tions of canine affection, and not tak
ing the slightest notice of Count An-
drassy and Prince Reuss, who kept a
respectful distance until Sultan, had
auusueu unuacii iuiu uie i i iuwj was
none the worse for his journey. The
meeting between Count Andrassy and
his illustrious guest was a cordial one.
and. arm-in-arm they walked to the
court carriage, a private brougham 'of
the Emperor's, that was waiting to
take Prince Bismarck to the hotel where
he was staying.
Hardly were the two statesmen seat
ed and ready to start ere down went
the window on the near side, and a
stentorian voice cried out: "Mein hand!
Wo ist mein hund?" If anything had
befallen that blessed dog while Prince
Bismarck's attention was momentarily
turned in another direction, it is my
firm belief that it would have been all
up with the Austro-German alliance,
and the incensed Chancellor would
have taken the train back to Berlin.
Sultan is, however, an experienced
traveler, and has a very geod notion
of how to take care of himself. In a
twinkling he was at the carriage door;
and assisted by two court flunkies, he
sedately took his seat on the rug at- tbe
feet of the two gentlemen inside. Judge
of the stupefaction of the crowd assem
bled outside the Hotel Imperial on see
ing tbe four-legged occupant of the
court brougham leap out with a bark,
and, contrary to all etiquette, greet the
nearest by standers in a most unpleas
antly demonstrative style.' I never saw
such a ridiculous sight-in my life.
People fled in all directions, for Sultan
has a bad reputation. He nearly upset
the Congress by an unjustifiable at
tack upon the Russian Plenipotentiary,
and since then he has maimed one of
the Berlin foreign-office officials for
life, because be sat down on the chair
usually occupied by Prince Bismarck.
The worst of it is that he is not the gen
uine historical favorite of the Chancel
lor, but only a ' spurious imitation.
Sultan the original Sultan I learn,
was poisoned a couple of years ago,
and nothing can' shake Prince Bis
marck's conviction that it was two So
cial Democrats who did it. This is no
banter of mine, but a well-authenticated
fact, known to every Berliner. It
is, doubtless to preserve Sultan the sec
ond from a similar fate that six Berlin
detectives arrived last night, and, to
gether with the police of Vienna, have
taken unwonted measures of precau
tion in the neighborhood of the Hotel
Imperial. They were certainly not
wanted for the safety of Prince Bis
marck, who runs no risk whatever.
Leg of Mutton Boiled. Should be
first soaked for an hour and a half in
salt and water, care being taken that
the water be not too salt, then wiped
and boiled in a floured cloth; the time
necessary for boiling will depend upon
the weight; two hours or two hours and
a half should be about the time.
' "Nkver leave what you undertake
until you can reach your arms around
it and clench your hands on the other
side," says a recently published book
for young men. " Very good advice,"
remarks the Cincinnati" Oazelle, but
asking with no little" perturbation,
"what if she screams?" ' -
Tie Board of Education
- Hantlrplece Decorations. " -
New fashions in mantlepiece decora
tions ' are springing up every day.
Those who can afford to go to an artis
tic upholsterer for their chimney-piece
adornments, in .the shape of. "over
mantels," may be well-nigh bewildered
dv tne iascinatmg combinations of vel
vet and carved wood (the latter either
ebonized or stained .-and polished a
deep, lustrous olive, or painted delicate
cream, or green, or pink, or left to its
own tone of brown,) with decorated
and painted panels and tiles. . and
gilt leather. ' AIL, however, . have not
purses long enough to allow them to
indulge in such charming extravagan
ces, and it is to these the following sug
gestions are made. If you have a wood
overmantel." it should match the
woodwork of the room.- -A triple shelf
of velvet, with supports and background
of the same material,' is a very pretty
ana not an expensive decoration over a
drawing-room or boudoir mantlepiece:
the upper shelf should be narrower than
the lower, and they may be decked with
any lace or fersian, -Japanese, or In
dian embroidery. The velvet should
harmonize With the predominant tint
of the room, but must not be of-too
light or bright a shade, deep olive
claret 'of dark peacock are the most ef
fective. ' It should be" remembered that
the purposes of these shelves is to hold
ornaments, and that they require .a
most aiarmmg amount of bric-a-brac
so if you have not .enough china to fill
them well it will -be better for you to
eschew them altogether,' and turn your
decorative mind in another direction.
. Another pretty idea, especially suita
ble to a boudoir, 'is a " continuation of
the mantel-board in the form of a vel
vet screen of any shape you like against
the wall above; this not only makes a
good back-ground for the ornaments on
the mantel-piece, but is in; itself a fine
field for decoration, as odds and ..ends
of all kinds look well on it. It is
good plan to have in the middle of the
screen a small painting, br' a 'Dresden
or Venetian mirror. 1 his forms a cen
ter, and around it you may bang all
manner of things Indian jewelry, pho
tographs, Japanese screens, quaint fans.
china plates and plaques, odd foreign
heads, carved ivories, old daggers; in
fact, - all the thousand-and-one knick-
knacks . a woman's soul delights in
These win all look well if properly ar
ranged, so that a certain harmony shall
obtain among the heterogeneous collec
tion, and each article shall depend for
part of its enectg upon another. -, It you
are fortunate enough to possess small
prints, family miniatures, or even good
water-color sketches,.' tner wiu-iook
charming sunk in such a velvet screen,
Looking-glass is rather out of fashion
!ust now as a wall decoration, and this
s the natural reaction-from the time
when many drawing-rooms bad some
what the aspect of French cafes from
the huge sheets of mirrors that,. lined
the walls. There was an abuse of looking-glass
at that time,, aad we are suf
fering from7 the natural 'consequences
of it; but it should be remembered that
glass is of great value ' as answering
id a room, as Mrs. Gaskell says, the
purpose of water in a landscape, Bos
t,. . m a i i - -i.
.-- " I'm engaged- for this set,'' said
the hen to the rooster as she went cluck
ing away. Buffalo Sunday Times.
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i If Conanrriptton CuredU .!.-.
Air oM physician, retired, from practice,
having had tiluced in bis bands by an East
India missfouarv the -formula of " a 'simple
vegetable remedy . for the speedy and per-j
manent' enre lor Oms'irnptlon, Bronchitis,
Citarrb,- Asthma, and all Throat and Lung
Ailettkma, also -a positive and radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Com
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of cases, baa
felt It hl3 duty to make it known to his
suffering fellows. : Actuated by this motive
and a desire to. relieve. human suffering, I
.will send free of charge f sll who desire it,
tbls recipe, in German, French, or English,
with, full directions for preparing and ua
lngr Sent by mail by addressing with
stamp, naming this psncr.i :W. ' V. Siibjlajl,
'UU Atatrs' JiLtk, liuJvutcr, If. . Y.h t,.
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without any advertising ' matter whatever,
would like to have you send me some of your
I have warranted every bottle and have never
had one returned. Tours respectfully. . ,
Jams H. Toura, Druggist.
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water-pepper, Jamaica Ginger and other in
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kindred affections. - It also breaks up colds,
fevers and inflammatory attacks.. Sold by
Tits Stbkuk Bakiso Powdkr, mide by
Smith & Curtiss, Cleveland, Ohio, Is the
cheapest, because, being pure, less Is re
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Don't use any but U Gilbert's Starches.
Cbew Jackson's Best 8weet Navy Tobacco.
BUt. C. O. BEXTOK'S
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Hull Lightning baa Tie. . The
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One dozen mailed f ov 10 cents; SO Buttons, 76 oent&
one Eross, S1.75; l.X. 10.00- snndfor circular.
i ..... w. . t. a w naw-oi
W trnfTH m 'niofilJulaaaaSa
Ojm oos voak mum aoa aaory a4oaaiao of eaoltat, wlta
kinral aaBarnoirit Larr aaroB t dlytoad itto rata oa
a lartotaaiu af 3I la tiUOtV Clrtlar. arlth fall aa-
-i ,i how u aaecotd la atock daalta(taiBnw fraa. '
a-4WMSJiCS A OOb, SI Swehaasa naoa. Kav Tortu
tlo or week axtrtv, walla taeb:air. $1
nar OsuntJI mr SXTt. griwataasua. srwtsa-
i. .- Ka aiiuaaa.
7ujrTMT tucaSra aaitraaa 1. W.laioi.aa a aiw, ratta.. Fa.
8-nd for Grand TUpM.
AlldL, Boslness Colieire Jour
nal. Superitir advantages civen
eonnn A VKAR made In each
UtUUU eonnty. Good bolweameaanSacenta
AddVS. IS. lUAPSAI. oil Wtanvst. aaadlaou. Ind.
A WEEK. S13 a dav at home easily made.
Costly ouuu free Adtir1. True A Co. Augusta, ale.
Revolvers. Tllnstrated Catalotfne
free, area Western Qua Works. Musburga,
A 'WEEK in yonr own town. ' Terms end
t5 outfit ltee. Adilr aRBaUettsiCo, JorUanrt.ato,
wrweMCX . v at m t m .v c. re -ABtryjeTissas,
fsfewao away tete awso tmtm j.Uve,t'mvmnmnt .
i M f Him pmjmmir. .SoToot-raoet-o lifts tm hnmm
'PATENT ".- JxS
S of Ik. fcjdv, wan. si. aaiT nt th.
aHoraiatolfctaa iiiai ill ay a-at auaLaBdaihsolearooM.
ii la aaar. darabia on.
To those tjrel of tnVInp medicine we desire so anv
that a system if remeilial mechanical movement, has .
been discovered tlmt generates aud transmits to- the
svslem electricity invuliauic.il force which is there
transformed into viml eneryr snd phvsical power or
strength. In tliU wav the strength of tbe patieat is
rauidly built up, the svstein receiving positive supplies
of strength 1 mm inexhnnstable sources. No other
methntl of treatment kiwra-u in ineilical science can ac
onu)tlisi this result. n llicy are all dependent noon the
physical Mwer ortrenrtli irciienttetl within the systetn, .
wliich meiticiues may i.nnnoie but cannot increase ex-.
cept iu a very limited degree. "
This evstem of treatnienl lias pt-nren woaderfolly suc
cessful in curing llclroven-ion. Anteversion, and Fall
ing ol Uie Utorns, or Kem.-ilo Weakness," also in curing
Paralvsis, Neuralgia, dwellings. Tumors, Stiff Limbs,
Nervous Debility, Sleeplessness, and most Chronic
Diseases. " ,
AU eases of Constipation are promptly relieved bva
very few applications, ami the result is permanent. No
patient who can it up ten minutes nt a time ia too weak
to have this treatment applieiU The applications aro,
nlwava entirelv unobjeciionalile, being alwaya made
through the clothing. Lady patients shnnld bring wilh .
them a loose "wrapper," or "morning-gown." Send
stamp for pamphlet en silled "Motion as a Remedial
Agent." Address, WOBXP'S DIBPSSABT HBaJICAI.
Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
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(DR' CLARK X
The Bert Bemedy Known to Kant.
Dr. Clark Johnson navms asnuiisini "
nEastman, aa escaped eapUveji r?" -
now preparea w nwi ua
Th. MMrioiM of Mr. KoStmmll tNAmr atTDlltar tO wMBJ
of Mrs. Cnaa. Jones ana ioo, w y. YT.'T'
narrsieu ui m.w v. - ' , . . . ,--, Triui manAtxn
ue racra or woicn ' - 7
parallel, that but MtUe roontkm-Bf Mr. gMOaaa-aaa. .
perlencea will be stven here, rher are, however, aoa.
and Nino Years Among the Comanebes and A
ushed la a neat volume oi w"3rTS3
of which mendon wui De mane neraauer.
of wmcn menuon win op - i
any that for several rears Mr. asrmaojWhlto iseapttjs.
sna uertie. wi wuivjd
made, and Is still prepared to provide the Sams ago;
triials for the sueceasrul lnirocracjiuii k ."""rg
to the world; and aasures the puWle that teeirenjeayM
Waksetada, ihe Medidne Man.
Bothtng has hesa added to the roedlctne and i netting
has been taken away: It ia without donbtthe Baar P
mtmtmm a th Htnnii mnA TtMnwaa of tha ttHiZXM aOSff
known to man.
This Syrup poafesses varied propertlea . . -'
IS SM!a aiposs tmm K4vor.
It acta ap.. tha sildneya. ' -
It rtffsUtej uo Bowrela. , v .'
t pun nt. tnr asioow.
I It oioiteto alio Werv.M m
as newrLanea. Birosgwn. --mr
It carrlea afT Uto aU Blee am aaadtea
tt ai trie' tarea or tha
i.M Hulthr PoraDtrattaav.
It neutralises the hereditary taint or Poison m ne
Mood, which genoratas Scrofula. Bryalpelaa and ad
snannor of akin diseases and Internal humors. '
There are ao splrfta employed in its tnaaxuaeanre. sasa
B can be taken by tbe most delicate babe, or by the
aTl and rn.ul oars only being requtrem in attosMso
asawsctiena, ,-- -. t-" i -- , -
Edwin Eastman in Indian Costmna
Bbvk am trnrs Tsabs Awowe nra 0OAHcmB earn
. ANcm A neat volume of 800 paces, bstng
aim pie statement of tbe horrible facts connected
with tbe aad massacre of a helpless family, and tha
t eaptbrUy, tortures and oJttmass escape of tea two
surviving members. Mr sale br oar agents gsa
l erallv. Prlea. St.nO.
dtstrlbnted bv aonnta vaxa of eharao.
toe inctaema or me i
Mr. Eastuianrbolnc aunast constantly at tba Weat,
encaged In Catherine and curing thematerialaof wtiloh
tbe medicine Is composed, tbe sola business manage
Bient devolves opoa Sr. Johnson, and tba remedy has
been called, and Is known ss
Dr. Clark Johnaon'a
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Fries of Large Bottles " - - - S1.0O
Fries of Btnall Bottles - J - -
Bead the voluntary tastlnsntilals af pis sons who have
been cored by the use of Dr. Clark Johnson -a Indian
biood Syrup In yoor own vicinity. -
TESTIMONIALS OF CUBES.
Dyspepsia and TadlgesttoR.
BeorStri was tronbled for a lone time wtth Dys
pepsia and lMlaTeatron, and It was only when I took
yourladlaai Mlood Hyravp that I experienced as
Uafc KB. J.. w;BAiBJA
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vyspcpaia anu lauigcauoa. - - -FaibfaZ,
Highland County, Obfa.
Bear Sir Tan ts to certify that yonr I wdl sua
Olood f yrap baa cured me of Dyspepsia and lnda
gtelhm after aU other medlrlnes had failed.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
ysssrn MOM. Brie County, Ohio.
fVrr ffte 1 waa trmrhled with Dyspepsia sod Indlsea
tlou. aad there were but few kinds of food that my atom,
acb would bear at all. By advice of a Mead I com
menced using your ladltua IUot yrwf. and la
a ahtvt time I began to Improve wonderndly, my apps.
Ute teeama good and I was enabled to eat anything I
desired. My dlcesttve organs are now In good order
aad 1 aroaonnos ag-seif well ana hearty.
. ,., . . , MABIANNB SHZLT0X.
..'it.t .1 1 oassoaWaoasassa . - -
Nearalgja of the Head.
Dear Bin I have takea yoor excellent lasUasa
OlssSMl fSvwsiB for Meuralgta of tbe Head, which waa
permanently cured. - MBS. SABAB PIACB. -
.Tbe Right Retaedy at Last ; -
I TwtwvMm, Oolimililasa Oa. OMe. May si. 1STA
Dear 8ii have been In poor health for seveo years.
and had the attendance of all tbe doctors around, bos
they could not tell me what was the matter, netther
eoojo tney arte mo any reuex. l waa aovuea to try year
saad ttuu, ut nwirtlrlTie I asm ttm.
oi... .yrnp. wmco l
MIlsS XMMA werrrrpw
An Excellent Medicine.
srsuransLa ijiarmo fjoansr, otno.
Bear gw This Is to certify that yonr Twdlsusi
Oleosl Syraa has healed some very trenblsoosno -Bona,
eauaad by JCryslpeua. 1 eanslder Ban excellent
ajedlctD r MB. KAGIJta.
Highly Reeofflnends IL
eyoracAVPLU. enanaey CXamtOtdo.
xwor eve toot axeenem ladls. Btootf Mvny
nan nni ooilars- worth or other
rolleved Mrs. Fred, who had
been ailing for
AtAitx ti ruruAM.
: .. - Best Medicine Ever Used.
', ' BWWVILIJ, Stark Connty, Ohio. Aprtl 80, 1879.
Basr filr I have nsed yoor ereeUent Iwdlitw
BlsMMl ft www with vera beneficial reanlta and eaa
truthralty amy ft Is Uie best medicine I have ever need.
It Is a lemarkable blood aurlner. and ahould be nsed by
all suffering with any film-am arlalngfrom an Impure
stateaf tbeMaod. B. M. WIXAXJX. .
- Sere Cere for Dyspepsia.
. gums wtm rn. Columbiana Oa. Ohio, March 14. TV.
iJsor Sr This la to certify that I have eaed year
IsMUsvst Bleed Njrmp for Dyspepsia and In
dlgestton, and have never found any medicine to give
mnnal mmtimfastUm. I amuM mv h. vlthnut It.
. . ABAM BOWKBS.
: - All that tt is Recoonteded te Be. -
TmttKRS TaitBMCMntt. CMilfL Anrll R IflVO
Bear Sir Thls la to certify that 1 have used yonr
Xatdlaaa Bloool myrmm In my family, ctvtns ft as
tbe yoojigeat as well aa the oldest, a Udy seventy years
of ace. I never knew It to fall in earing any disease
that Usras recommended to cure.
MBS. BBaaTIXA BPBOIUU
- Ao Excellent Family Remedy.
- MAHOKllto, Portage Oounty, Ohio, April 17. 1878.
Dear Sir TUB Is to certify that I have nsed roar
IwoUstsa mimrn vt-wa In my family tor tbe past
Stat years, and have never know It to fall In ctvtnc tba
desired relief. 1 bsve cured Uie srue wttn It whea Ul
etber medidnea had failed. I can coauldentty mcoav
naaau mianinno ttutul raneuy.
". ; '. " aajAcxsoa.
. Fop Heart Olsease. '"
Turroia. Gallia Ooontr. Ohio.
Dear Sir 1 was afflicted with Heart Disease for a
number of years, and at tiroes felt it severely! tried
many remedleaj aU of which proved worthless except
your IssaUasi Blood Myron, which I would advise
all to tig who are aatfferSn,
I free qu assia at sunua
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