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TtM Autfcor I xperieMt phy of
fmn praetkw, (a ia wli knowni, aad th adrie gia.
n4 rralta lor frristtncnl taM dowtL will be tomd nw
mi Mem those dhviat from tmparicka of tha m(aa, amrly
rrov, lot Tiipoc.or any of tfaa aaioerooa troibf eofaiaj
aadcrtha tMa4 of PrlratM or -Chronio iBaea.
PoaTtaca acamtM taken ia parment foranyof thwa ttooktv
DR. BUTTS' D.SPEWSARY
aeqmrrd a ii-vtionai refutation fur akiil in lAa ti iMlmfnt oi
i ii i ! i rtin liiatiit eaaca. Bnalllm. ti
i-w, Vt-auit, an irtaatr ti am. B7pf
flattooaa of tb throat, akl ac fcaiiaa.
with aucetaj. without aainr Mcrcory.
I EWREATFI&ya "
i con.uilstioo prctrrred, wnjcA Mi FotE oaa inviloa
(PR. BPTTS MrrUM Oil I S Hi t Ifo SPf-V
TV RC o aoS oka tkotar aoao wm ooSroa. ooo horooy B
oono lorot UM4 tkoy will koro lioalUg a UoU
advaataca. It ia no a Ti uas, W
All oommon temtiont otrictlT conadoatiol, aa4 aVsald ba
iiiifii.iio t)v iiutw. a Mona us at, m. Lsa n.
PoaHiyohf Carwd bv
uiktp i rom iyapr
siav IndirsUon and
Too Hearty KatlDff.
A perfect rerneady lYr
rMEZI rtfM, NlOHA,
In tb Moatb, Cualnd
ToncrMu Patn In the
Side, Ac Tbey rex-
late toe dowpii ani
and Pitea. Th ntall-
at and easietn to take. Unlyooe pill a dxt.
In a rial. Purely Vgiaiia. irice S cants,
ttafct by all IroK8 i.
..CARTER MEDICINE CO Prop'rs, Erie, Pi.v
ytw Vlala by mmi tor on a dollar. I
aad HOKPHIXE haUt aaa
lately ais4 mp4ij cmwmi. Paua
Itn. Na pwbltcity. Sat Maaai
me miMrwtian. ur wunatt
sua vtara a
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
A VahnMa Diaumaiy
4 Mew baaarf i sa M.
Itcftl Seiaaea, aa aatirrly
Nw aa4 paMtivaty aafcrt.
I iBDOtaner be Um aal
ADDoeaUoa m tha m
i araaaiiKiaaa wraelud No artf-
Moawag lha drain aVaai tha iy !. iwMariaf the Mind ta
haahh aa aoand nMMfT, reataviatr tha XMmnoaa Ot
fttc-bt, Korvooa Dootlity. Oonfoatoa of Idoaa, Avar
atoa to Sooioty. ato, oc&, aaa tha fyaraact M prema-a
toro old mf iJly Mcaaraaaviac thia ala, wmt win
tc pagtirt BaEual Tlcor, whara It haa heaa imr
year. Thm aada of treataieat km mmm4 tha toet la vary
asaoro eaaaa, aai a aaw a pwoaaacoA atceaaa. IDraO
I ta. wah kat Irttla If aay aerwa
aay cam haar
aaaialiaa. rrarftcaJ . .
a ta paatinij gaarantaa that ft win iaa tlafaoteoa.
Dortac tha af ht yean that it haa heaa ia geaeral aae, wa hava
theaaaata mt taaliaiaaiala aa ta It trataa, aa4 m ia aaw eaaaeated
he tha Ummmtml Ft if ta ha the Mat ntteaal yat
jWaiaWa-A mt innliii aad awrtaa thta varv aiaieJaal ' '
that ia wad fcaawa take tfca aaaaa mt mm
aa4 aaaa whota Qua a ha prey with that
btT faoa. Tha iiwiiy la pat aala a
Ho. 1. taaaaah ta taat m
Ho. t, (M-aweieat ta
(laaoaa aaar thraa aatta. will atao aaalaa
VhjoT am lha warn eaaea.) t7. heat by Mail,
anappara, FuU DIUCTIOKB for aaUl
.) Hi Ho. a.
aa aad real ore
aahra, h pMa
I Will BOOM
paziy uca 1HJX.
Sead lar a Paacrii
raatiiadaa fwphlet ffletaff A ulii lula
wlaca will caaviaee tha mm, wapoeal 1
ft net! far the aVtiee mt Wa. aa aa if aeerr adectad.
alad tar aiiip taaay aaa. mmmt by thatT
HAHRIS REMEDY CO.HrS.CHEWSTS.
Marl l aad tai Sta. ST. LOUIS, MO.
HABE THESE FACTS !
aa4 as establish a
aaaa Dr. BoUowar'a
tha oratm at his ee:e-
arts, ear lava, Uka those lu
ataasaeh ve araoa eyspep 1 .
ajaaaral asliflllji aa the Hrer. bile.
we may astsly eafy
ao mexUclae yes
the actloaof these IfUs
to the seat at
tha slaaalaie ef S. B
'AT dt Co.. Kew Tork.
Foaaeaced of this JUMKDY, every man ma
be hi own Doctor. It may ba rubbed 'into
the ayitem, ao aa to reach any Internal com-
ni.loi. K. thla It enraa Borea or ni
cer In the THROAT, STOHACH, LIVEK,X
SPINE, or other parts. It to aa Infallible
Bemedy for BID LEGS, BAD BREASTS,
Contracted or BtttT Joints, GOUT, RHEUM
AT13M, and all Skin DU eaaea.
InrroKTAjrr Caotboji. None are frenuiue
nlvaa the elcaatore of J. Hatdock, as
' afent for the United Btatea, urrounds rack
boi of Pills and Ointment. Boxes Si t enia.
82 ecuU, and $1 each.
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HOiXOWAX as CO, Maw lock.
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Jatoi7 Paota. Prostata aiaad, aad TJretbrm. Th ta
of Uka afatasvel imiiia with aa pata r tacaavaaaaacas aa4
aaa aat a ifcie with lha avwawwy pwmiu mt Ut ; ft la
OWsCfcly WaaaaasVajal ajMat aaaa ahMrtMal, aVoalaatlaaa; tf a i
diata Willi .w? aad nairaif adMt aaaa tae anaal aad
Kxarase year JaotoqaaaoW-a. aeaai aad
loaophT. 1 aaal aaare all atid aad
Mi aal mlaai aalatialaa. hi
eadeaTor threes Id. Baaee
b rated PtUa aa4 Otataaasa aaaksdlaa
lather thaa at tbcbbbss
eaeral aaa. Ta (he I
k, aaal jaTtlia Sasart as aha ansa,
laaaa, eaaaaaaactaa. eaa. as Che Mood, scrof
acarrf, aad al aaaaaaaaaa allun. Br
these orajaaa aal ihsl sails ears aad healthy
attacks efdjaease, snd
prepared far tola aaraoas esa equal
OtB&xaaat, as they dire
rsooa. aa aaaa nr the United
States, smiiiaaaj eeah box
Boxes at seaasa, aaeaata,
There la soaaMsraha. aarhal by taklac
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Hard to beat; Boiled eggs.
Neither a hen nor a mousetrap can
At a spelling match one man spelled
passnip, and got beet.
If you let a man a loan he will let
you alone, for a long time.
The miser is a man who lives like
a beggar because he is afraid of dying
It alwava makes a vounf man cra
zy to have his mother propose to buy
his clothes for him.
There are only three thinirs yon can
get for nothing in this world air, water
ana advice. Syracuse Meraia.
The under dog in a fight deserves
no pitv. . He will pitch into a smaller
dog than himself the moment he gets a
-All flesh is grass. And this ex
plains why hay ia juicy in comparison
with some modern beefsteaks. Philadel
" That puts a different face on it,'
said the swindler when he raised a check
from twenty to two hundred dollars.
If every man put himself down at
the valuation placed upon him by his
neighbors, lots of us would be offering
. , , i tj
to sen out very cneap. i.7cot out-
uraay ntgiu. .
The words majolica Jar are pro
nounced ma-yol-ica-yar" by persons
of culchar, and with such an accent as
would be given by a mouth talking while
holding not musn.
The barber's razor took hold of his
beard with a vengeance, when he
looked up and said, apologetically:
" Mr dear sir, I came in to ret shaved
not to tret a tooth pulled!" Turner's
A fashion writer tells us that " the
buttoning of dresses in the back is go
ing out of fashion." If your unmarried
aunt still affects that style, you may
tell her it is behind the age if you dare
to. Boston Transcript.
When the old gentleman comes
home and finds bis daughters have got
his slippers and the easy chair and the
evening paper ready lor mm, ne real
izes that it is the season for a fall open
ing of his pocketbook.
Cetewayo, the captive Zulu King,
is said to be a rather handsome man.
and " wears a two-dollar tablecloth of
the ordinary red and ereen pattern.
We judge his newspaper portraits don't
natter him. A'omstotcn Ueraut.
" Do you mean tQ call me a liar?"
asks a ferocious old gentleman. Well,
no, not exactly," temporizes his friend;
bnt if I saw you in the company of
Ananias and bapphira, 1 should say
you were in the bosom of your family.
Talk about a woman being at loss
for an expedient. She's never at a loss
for anything but a man. If she's in
crowded street-car and wants to scratch
her head, she simply changes the loca
tion of a hair-pin. N. X. People.
From a report of a recent wedding
we quote: "The presents were many
and magnificent, but good taste forbade
their exhibition." That is the sort of
"good taste" we like; and it is also
good point for a dollar store. New Ha
"What brought Granthome?" mys
teriously demands a Missouri contem
porary. We did't follow the game
close, bnt 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
you are on third and have a lively hit
ter at the bat. tiawteye.
' Professor Schmidt thinks that
sponges may be propagated " by cut
ting the live ones into small pieces, at
taching them to lumps of rock, and
sinking them to proper depths" in the
sea. We have seen a few live
sponges that we would not object to
seeing this experiment tried upon, even
if there wasn t tne snaae oi a snaaow oi
hope that they would propagate
wortn a cent. jsosum iranscnpi.
Some of the newspapers publish a
' useful domestic recipe" every day,
The other day In place of the recipe.
one of the papers published the follow
ing notice: " we sincerely trust that
our readers will lorgive us. xesterday
in giving a recipe for the chilblains we
inadvertently stated that the remedy
was to be taken internally. It is, on
the contrary, for external use. We
hope that Providence has restrained the
hands of our beloved subscribers, for
every one who drank of this compound
is dead by tnis time, we present in
advance our condolence to the bereaved
families." Boston Courier.
It mav perhaps interest school bova
to know tnat rrol. luiapp, oi uermany,
has invented a new process of tanning
witnout tne use oi bars, l ne tmckest
hides, he claims, can be tanned by his
? recess within seventy-two hours,
'eachers, however, will probably stick
to the old method. They can't tan
hides now- without blubber, but it
doesn't take 'em anything like seventy
two hours to aooomplish the job. If
Prof. Knapp's process ot tanning were
to be introduced into our scnoois, pupils
would nna a copy dook concealed be
neath their garments, where it would
ao tne most good, a noaow mockery,
The old way is preferable to the boy,
" Talk about your narrer 'scapes,1
said Czardine, 'I must tell you bout
the one I had. Ten year ago last win
ter I went out into the woods where
bear and panthers were thicker than
gum chewers in a lemaie academy.
soon got my eyes onto a big noble
lookin' bear. My gun had been loaded
with a bigger load of powder than
usuaL I Just pulled a bead onto that
bear and crack! went the rifle and over
went the bear,.while my gun gave one
powerful kick which laid me out flat
on the ground. But the best of the
thing was this: I didn't see a big
panther. wmcn was on tne bluff behind
me, and as I shot the cuss jumped for
me, only to meet tne butt or my gun
which was going his way, and the ugly
brute fell dead with his skull crubhed
in by the gun stock." Whitehall Times.
There is a youngster in Virginia
City, Nev., who never fails in answer
ing any question put to him. The
other day his father tried to " stump'
him with this problem: My son sup
pose you had a kitchen in the north
west corner of your house and a stable
in tne southeast corner of your yard,
so that when the wind blew from the
northwest there was a strong smell of
corned beef and cabbage in the house
and when the wind came from the
southeast there was a strong horse
odor about the premises, how wonld
you act to prevent the corned beef odor
from permeating tne Kitcnen, ana tne
horse odor from perfuming the stabler
Why," replied the lad, "I'd keep my
horses in the kitchen and cook my
cornea beei in tne su.oie."
The other night a nervous Pond
Street man was awakened, hearing
some marauder in ms cnicxen nouse.
He hastily dressed himself a little,
sneaked out to the hen house, grasped
his club firmly, put his head in the door
and snouted, " uome out of mere, you
son of a sea cow or I'll chaw the heart
out of you;" and then before he could
see which way to strike, a large dog
with a law like an allien tor. asjlied nut
I of the hennery and bit him four times
in the legs, before the astonished man
could reach the hall door. The man
is now writing a pamphlet to prove
that owing to the untrained and limited
intelligence of the lower order of ani
mals, language calculated to inspire a
man with terror may be addressed to a
strange dog with no effect beyond that
of enraging it. Hawk-Eye.
The Lost Atlantis.
Ages ago the Americas presented a
very different appearance from what
they now do. Then an immense penin
sula extended itself from Mexico, Jen
tral America and New Granada so far
into the Atlantic that Medeira, the
Azores and the West India Islands are
now fragments of it. This peninsula
was a fair and fertile country, inhabited
by rich and civilized Nations a people
versed in the arts of war and civiliza
tion, a country covered with large cities
and magnificent palaces their rulers.
according to tradition, reigning not
only on the Atlantic Continent, but over
islands far and near, even into Europe
and Asia. Suddenly, without warning.
this whole fair land was engulfed by
ine sea in a niiguiy convulsion vi nn-
Now, this catastrophe is not impossi
ble or even improbable. Instances are
not wanting of large tracts of land, sev
eral hundred miles in extent, disappear
ing in a like manner. The Island of
Ferdinandea suddenly appeared, and
after a while as suddenly disappeared.
In 1819, during an earthquake in India,
an immense tract of land near the River
Indus, sank from view, and a large lake
now occupies its place.
l ne wnoie bea of tne Atlantic, wnere
Atlantis is said to have been situated.
consists of extinct volcanoes. The ter
rible Lisbon earthquake of 1755. and
the later American shock, created
commotion throughout the whole At
That Atlantis possessed great facili
ties for making a sudden exit cannot be
doubted. Its very situation gives good
color to the narratives of Ancient Gre
cian historians and Toitecian traditions,
that "it disappeared by earthquakes
Plutarch, in his life of Philosopher
Solon, Herodotus and other ancient
writers, speaks of this island as a known
fact; and it is impossible to believe
otherwise than that Seneca thought of
Atlantis when he writes in his tragedy
of ' Medea:" Late centuries will ap
pear when the ocean's veil will lift to
open a vast country. New worlds will
Tnetsys unveil. Ultima Thule (Ice
land) will not remain the earth's boun
dary." He evidently believed in the
unknown island and continent, and
knew it would not remain forever un
Diodorus Siculus says that opposite
to Africa lies an island, which, on ac
count of its magnitude, is worthy to be
mentioned. It is several days distant
from Africa. It has a fertile soil, many
mountains, and not a few plains, unex
celled in their beauty. It is watered by
many navigable rivers, and there are
to be found estates in abundance
adorned with fine buildings." Again
be says: " Indeed, it appears, on ac
count of the abundance of its charms,
as though it were the abode of gods,
and not of men."
The situation, the description of the
country, in fact, every particular,
agrees precisely with our idea of Atlan
tis; and what other land now in exist
ence agrees in any way with this de
scription; what islands ot magnitude
that contain navigable rivers, large fer
tile plains and -mountains?
Brasseur de tsourbourg. who Bald
win says has studied the monuments.
writings, and traditions left by this
civilization more carefully and thor
oughly than any man living, is an ad
vocate of this theory; and to him are
we indebted for most ot our transla
tions of the traditions and histories of
the ancient Americans.
Within the last twenty-five years all
sciences relating to the past and pres
ent of man have been enormously de
veloped. Old, worn-out, useless theo
ries have been discarded, new facts
have taken their places, discoveries
have followed discoveries each dis
covery helping to form, link by link.
the chain of human history.
we are beginning to perceive that
we are but yet young in the knowledge
of human history; that we have as yet
picked up but a bright pebble of thought
or glittering shell of theory, while be
fore us lies tne whole vast sea of human
history unexplored. That we are be
ginning to acknowledge this is a good
sign; for, when a man or mankind ac
knowledge their ignorance, they have
at least a sure foundation to build upon.
Again, the spirit of bigotry the spir
it that told men to scorn and deride
Gallileo and Columbus is fast passing
away; and in its stead comes the spirit
of rationality a spirit that tells men
to look upon a new idea or theory, even
if it does not run outside of the accus
tomed rut, with a reasoning if not fa
vorable eye. And we have faith as
science grows to grander proportions
ana dispels some of the mist that now
envelops it, that some day not far dis-
. A 111 I ! . 1 1 . - 1 '
uui. win Drug iurwa.ru au nisionc cui
son that shall bring together the faint
voice of the prehistoric past and the
bright, clear voice of the present; that
some future jnampoiiion win discover.
among the ruined cities of the Ameri
cans, an American Rosetta-stone that
will complete the chain of human his
tory. Popular Science Monthly.
The Captive Zulu King.
A reporter who accompanied Cete
wayo on his voyage to Simon's Bay,
says: In the surf boat Cetewayo had
his first experience of sea sickness, and
if he wanted to be shot when caught by
Major Matter, it is certain that he
wished he were dead ten minutes after
embarking. All the dignity with which
Cetewayo had borne his captivity gave
way as he saw the sea and realized his
fate, while the antics of the whole party
in the surf boat are said to have been
ludicrous. Nothing could persuade
them to sit down quietly, and when
they moved they did so crawling on 811
" Cetewayo was placed on deck, in
asmuch as the builders of the Natal
never contemplated carrying a passen
ger who would require that four wives
should sleep in hia cabin with him. In
the kraal His Majesty occupied a cen
tral mattress, and his four wives and
an intombi (young girl) had mattresses
around him. Everything in the way of
personal comfort that he asked for has
been given to him. During the voyage
of the JSatai there was one rough night,
and the King had a very bad time of it,
bnt he ireiierallv kertt uo his snirita.
and conveyed in his cheerful moods his
impression of new sights. The first
morning when there was no land in
view, he, after looking around, held up
his hands in intense astonishment; but.
like all natives, he does not permit him
self to appear to be much surprised at
anything. At home he was rather
considerable beer drinker, but he thinks
our beer very inferior stuff, and palms
that off on his wives, while he is quite
ready to do his share of the firewater
in the shape of gin.
" He has rather a wild way of taking
to European food, ana as a preiimirary
to a substantial feed of beef the other
day he devoured a pot and a half of
jam. He was good enough to come out
of his shell during the time his photo
graph was being taken, and the smiling
face he put on, as his photograph will
show, proves that he is not altogether
unacquainted withthewaysof the world.
When his wives were being photo
graphed nothing could induce them to
leave off giggling or to sit still until
Cetewayo sternly commanded them to
do so, and then at once they were mo
tionless as statues. It was evident that
they had not forgotten the temper of
the King and the way he once reigned
in Zululand. v hen ne was aiierwara
asked to sit for another photograph, he
declined doing so, on the ground that
ne was not going to mane a iwi ui mm
self twice in one day. He would not
sit with his wives, because, he said,
having his photograph they could easily
cut the group of women in two to put
him in the centre, and ne suggested
that if other photographers wanted his
likeness they could photo his followers
as often as they liked, and the pictures
would sell just as well, for the white
man would buy anything.
The photo will show uetewayo to
be an enormous man, of a little under
six feet high; a handsome, overfed
specimen of humanity, with nothing
repulsive whatever about him. A tape
measure around the chest would proba
bly show sixty inches, and each thigh
half that number of inches; and this
should convey what an immense fellow
the King is. 'Yet he is not ungainly in
figure, and there is unmistakable dig
nity about him, which, together with
his fits of sociability, have drawn to
ward him the good feeling of his escort.
He is not unappreciative, eitner, oi the
duties of his rank, and I mention these
incidents to indicate in some degree
what the Zulu Court was like, and that.
barbaric as it was, it must have had a
dignity of its own. For instance, on
Saturday last the medical officer in
charge introduced his superior officer
to the King, when the latter reported
that the medical attendance during the
voyage was all that could be desired.
The whole party evince a very earnest
wish tor clothes, and Jetewa7o was in
great delight on wearing a suit sent
him by the Commodore, and strutted
about quite proudly with a black hat
which he had managed to squeeze over
bis bead ring.
" He has lately developed a wonder
ful taste for scribbling, and ina few
months, under the careful tuition ot
Major Poole, would probably become a
polite letter writer, indeed, Major
Poole has the King, excepting the
sulks, which are exceedingly incon
venient, perfectly under control, and
the attempts at letter-writing are an in
finite source of amusement. The wives
of the King, who are his fellow cap
tives, are four in number, and are tall,
lithe, shauelv women of about 20 years
of age. The photographs are not just
to them, for their attractions seem to
be in their vivacity and their good tem
per. Like their lord and master, they
are anxious about their dress. On Sun
day Cetewavo was taken on a tour of
inspection of her Majesty's ship BoaJi
cea, which visit seems to have given
him a terrible shock; such a visit
year ago might have saved England
some millions of money." cape limes.
Cremation In Alaska.
Rev. Sheldon Jackson, of this city.
synodical missionary of Colorado, New
Mexico, Utah and Montana, recently
made a visit to Alaska, and while there
saw many interesting things. He gives
an account of a visit made to a garden
owned by a Mr. Davidson, of Fort
At the upper end of Air. Uavidson s
garden he saw a white sheet stretched
between two poles ana looking as u it
might be intended for a scare-crow,
Upon inquiry he found that it contained
the ashes of a boy that was drowned
the week before. His friends had prom'
ised Rev. Mr. Young that it should
have a Christian burial; but during
Saturday night they took the body up
the beach, and early Sabbath morning
burned it, the charred wood still re
Severar large, dry sticks were laid
side by side upon tne oeacn. upon
these were placed the body of the boy,
Other sticks were piled over the body,
and the whole set on fire amid the wails
and superstitious incantations of hired
In about an hour the body was con
sumed. After the hre had cooled down,
the ashes were carefully gathered up,
and placed in a basket until a suitable
box could be carved for their perma
nent preservation. When all was
ready, an old Indian woman, bowed
down with age and infirmities, took up
the basket and started for a pine tree,
which had previously been selected for
the purpose. She was followed by the
mourners and friends with bowed heads
and loud wails of sorrow. At the base
of the tree two poles, about eight feet
high, were driven into the ground two
feet apart. The basket containing the
ashes was tied between these poles, and
a muslin basr. like a large pillow-slip.
pulled down over the poles and basket
and closed at the bottom, un the out
side of the sheet is sometimes rudely
painted a face, through which the spirit
of the departed is supposed to look out
upon the bay.
Morning and evening the parents oi
the boy come out from their hut, and
turning their faces to the north utter
loud cries of distress. And this win oe
kept up for months, for they have
never heard of the great Comforter,
who alone can comfort sorrowing hearts.
Those whose bodies are burned are
supposed to be warm in the next world,
and the others cold. They believe in
the transmigration of souls from one
body to another, but not to animals.
And the wish is often expressed that in
the next change they may be born into
this or that powerful family. The fu
neral ceremonies of chiefs often last
four days. If slaves are then sacrificed
it relieves their owners from work in
the next world. Dead slaves are often
cast into the sea. At the funeral of
chiefs the tradition and history of the
tribe are rehearsed. If these ceremo
nies are not conducted properly, the
water of death swallows up the depart
ed soul, or it is lost in the forests. But,
if conducted properly, the chief of the
gods speaks the word, and the water of
death is small, and the soul is carried
to a place of rest or forgetful ness.
Then after a long time it comes back
to some descendant on its sister's side
and lives another life. To such super
stitions these people are bound, body
and soul, and to rescue them from this,
ameliorating and elevating their con
dition in this life, and presenting to
them a glorious immortality through
the crucified and risen Savior, is the
work of the Board of Home Missions.
Columbus' Lost Anchor Recovered.
A curious relic of one of the expedi
tions which sailed to the West Indies
under the command of Columbus has,
it is stated by a Martinique journal,
been recently discovered. On the 4th
of August, 1498, a small squadron of
three vessels, under the orders of Chris
topher Columbus, was anchored off
the southwestern extremity of the
island of Trinidad. Late "at night,
Columbus, it is related by Washington
Irving, suddenly saw a wall of water
approaching toward the fleet from the
south. His own vessel was lifted up so
high by the incoming wave that he
feared it would be either submerged or
dashed on shore; while the cable of one
of the other ships parted under the
strain to which it was subjected. The
crews of the vessel gave themselves up
for lost; but after a time the wave,
which it is surmised must have been
caused by an exceptionally large body
of water coming suddenly down one of
the rivers flowing into the Gulf of Paria.
ebbed back again. This sudden rise of
the waters of the gulf is mentioned by
Columbus' son rerdinand, who adds
that the fleet suffered no damage save
the loss of one anchor. It is this anchor
which has now been found; and,
strangely enough, it was dug up from a
aeptn oi six leet oeiow the surface of
the ground, at a spot 372 feet from the
nearest point of the coast line. The
land, it is well known, is gaining upon
the sea along the shores of Venezuela,
so that where ships once rode at an
chor, gardens are now planted. The
anchor itself is of simple form, and
comparatively rude manufacture, the
stocs: Deing eignt ieei long, ana round,
with a ring at one end one foot in di
ameter to which to make fast the cable,
and with flukes five feet long, the whole
weighing 1,100 pounds.
A Right TJp and Down Woman.
For once in the history of the Union
Depot its roof has sheltered a woman
who knew just where she wanted to go,
the train she was to take, the hour for
departure, the fare, and the time of ar
rival. She appeared to be about forty-
five years of age, and she had flat feet,
a peaked nose, and a voice which didn't
admit ef any argument. No notice
might have been taken of her among
the scores of others had she not in
quired the way to the waiting room and
added: " xnank ye, tnougn it s your
business to answer all questions! That's
all 1 want to ask of yon, and you can
continue your promenade!"
Going out on the train?" queried
" Would I lug a big carpet-bag down
here and stand around in the cold if I
wasn'tP" she sharply answered.
Going south, 1 'sposer he queried,
as she moved away.
'Spose away, then!" she snapped,
as she lifted her satchel. Entering the
ladies' waiting room she found the
seats all taken. A portly man, read
ing a paper and taking a heap of com
fort, occupied one of the seats, and halt
ing before him she dropped her satchel
with an awful thud and said:
"Now you git right outer here! This
El ace is for ladies, and you are a great
ig fat man and orter be ashamed of
yourself for crowding in among us!"
"1 ah ah 1" be began, when
" Then stand up! My legs are tired
walking down here, and I'm not going
to stand around while you sit down!"
Gertamlv allow me ah yes!" he
stammered as he rose up and gave her
"That's more man-like." she growled
as she settled down, ' but it seems to
me that if I was you I'd feel sort o'
sneaking in here! The more I see of
fat men the worse I hate 'em."
The fat man had a wife and two chil
dren in there, but he wasn't a minute
getting through the door. For the next
bfteen minutes the old lady sat very
erect and stared around her. and then
she started out to get her ticket, lug
ging her satchel on her hip. About-
black espied her and called out:,
Shell I carry yer baggage-wagon,
" Boy !" she replied as she dropped
the satchel and reached for his collar,
"I haven't got any baggage-wagon.
and in the next I am not Aunt Sary to
anybody! If you want your heels
jerked over the roof of this depot you
just give me the least of sass: '
'Scuse me, but don't pinch so
hard." said the boy, and he squirmed
out of her clutch and retreated a safe
distance to look at her and rejoice that
he was not her son.
She walked up to the ticket window,
put down a lot of silver, and said:
" I want a ticket to Jackson, and I
don't want any talk about it! I know
why I'm going, how long I want to
stay.'and who I'm going to see."
Her ticket was handed her without a
word, and as she passed on to the gate
she said to the official there:
"'Tend right to your business!
There's no occasion for your asking
where I'm going or if I've got a ticket!"
" Pass on, madam," he replied.
' Don't try to flatter me!'- she called
back. " Your business is to see that
passengers git on the right train, and
the less you madam around the better
it will be for you!" Free Press.
Cooking; Food for Stock.
A good many farmers have tried
cooking stock feed, and have after a
few months, abandoned it, on the sup
position that it did not pay. This has
undoubtedly proved true with many
where their labor and feed costs any
particular sum worth naming, as it is
found that soaked corn, or soaked meal,
for swine, is relished as well or better
than cooked food, and if it has a less
tendency to fatten, the difference is not
great, and perhaps no difference has
been proven. Hence we find abandoned
feed steamers all over the country, the
owners having gone back to the old
fashioned ways. We have before taken
occasion to say that for young pigs,
soaked corn is the equal of any other
feed excepting milk. It is equally val
uable for older swine. But while this
is true of corn, it is not true of potatoes.
We have referred in another place to
the value of cooked potatoes for swine,
especially cooked and mixed with
cooked or raw meal, and allowed to
ferment slightly. It has been asserted,
and we think the statement may be
quite correct, that of all the vegetables
in use for milch cows, potatoes are
doubtless the most valuable in the
raw state. The cooking of potatoes
for cows has not been much practiced,
yet the follbwing shows the very favor
able result of experiments made in Ger
many by Dr. Wolff. We invite especial
attention to this, because there is a les
son embodied in it, of no mean value.
In a daily ration of hay and straw.
varied with other materials, potatoes
were added in succession, first raw, and
then cooked. The result was that with
raw potatoes the ration gave 282
pounds of milk per week, yielding 6
pounds of butter; while with cooked
potatoes it gave 2481 pounds of milk.
yielding 9 pounds of butter. This
showed that milk from cooked potatoes.
though 34 pounds less in quantity.
was so far improved in quality as to
yield nearly half as much again in but
ter. In other words the gain of butter
from cooking the potatoes was 2
pounds per week for each cow, which
is equal to 100 pounds in forty weeks.
and a herd of ten cows, would make a
difference of about 1,000 pounds per
year. Thus it appears that the testi
mony of the German experiment is, in
this case, in harmony with the views of
President Hoffman, General Diven and
Word comes tons from across the
water that W. G. Wilson's visit to Eu
rope was to make arrangements for the
manufacture of the new Wilson oscillat
ing shuttle sewing machine in England
lor the European market, and that the
well-known "Wellington Works," of
Oldham, near London, owned by a
stock company known as Bradbury &
Co. (limited), for the manufacture of the
Singer, Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, and
Wllinnrtjin aaYSrinfrmiuriinoa alnrA 1ft"tO
have been secured for the manufacture
of the Wilson oscillating shuttle sewing
machines exclusively hereafter. An in
terview with Mr. Sheldon, the General
Manager of the Wilson Sewing Machine
Company, elicited the fact that our in
formation is correct, and that this course
was absolutely necessary in consequence
of the incapacity of the company's
large works at Grand Crossing to turn
out a sufficient number of Wihion sew
ing machines to supply the market.
TJte Sewing Machine Advance.
The Detroit Free Press has enacted a
law requiring Michigan farmers to
throw out the wormy apples when they
The People of Sew York City--.
It is commonly, said that New York
is, in respect of population, substanti
ally a foreign city; that more than
600,000 of its denizens are' of alien
birth. The number of Irish citizens is
usually given in round numbers at 400,
000; of Germans at 200,000; of French
at 25,000; of Italians, Spaniards and
Cubans at 15,000. This is an exagger
ation, and a great one. The native
population exceeds the foreign by about
125,000. According to the census of
1870, there were 201,999 Irish, 24,442
English, 7,562 Scotch, 151,216 Germans,
8,265 French, 2 794 Italians, 2,737 Aus
trians, 2,393 Poles, 2,178 Swiss, 1,237
Hollanders, 1,151 Russians. This is a
very large proportion of foreigners,
certainly, but nothing like the propor
tion generally supposed. There were
then 13,072 colored persons, who are
said to have largely increased since.
The women are reported to have in
creased also, there being, nine years
ago, an excess over men of more than
28.000. The Chinese are much more
numerous than they used to be. The
census of 1870 gives but twelve, and
now there are, it is said, over 700, some
putting the number as high as 1,000.
The census of 1880 will show many
changes, and probably a notable in
crease in population, especially as two
wards have been added since 1870. It
is thought tnat the native population
has gained considerably on the foreign
since the last census, and that figures
win snow tne gain. a. x. Times.
Manufacture of Clothing.
It is estimated that 50.000 men and
, women are employed in Philadelphia in
the manufacture of clothing, and 20,
000,000 suits are made there every
year. Cutting machines are gradually
finding their way into all of the large
manufacturing establishments of the
city. The machines have a capability
of cutting nearly eighteen hundred gar
ments in a day of twelve hours, or
about equal to the combined results of
the labor of eight men. Buttonholes
also can be worked by machinery at
the rate of one hundred and eighty per
hour, while by band it would take the
same period to complete three holes.
By the cutting machines folds of cloth
forty ply thickness can be easily cut
through. An instance of the value of
machinery in expediting manufacture
is afforded in the fact that the estab
lishment where cutting and buttonhole
machines are used turns out one hun
dred suits ready for wear in twelve
PUzrlaaaceai to BinUoi No aT.
are made by thousands of invalids annually
to consult with the medical and surgical staff
of the World's DisDensarv and Invalids' Hotel.
the larsrest private sanitarium in the world.
All chronic diseases are treated by scientific
methods. The practice is divided among nine
eminent specialists. Among the most popu
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manufactured by tola Association, among
which are Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
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felt it his duty to make it known to his
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DR; CLARK :"gvT
Indian Blood Syrup.
77 7. 3d St., New York City.
Laxa or nun czrr.
The Best Remedy Known. t Haa!
fir. riark Johnson havtns associated himself with Mr.
Edwin Eastman, an escaped captive, kirur a slave to
n'akametkla. the medicine man of the Comanchea, la
now prepared to lend tils aid In the lotroducUon of to.
wonderful remedy of that lrile.
The exp-Hence of Mr. Eastman betnK similar to that
of Mrs. ("has. Jones snd son, of Washington County.
Iowa, an account ot wnose sunenngs were mrunoauj
narrated in the Arte fork Herald ot Sec. 15th, 1878,
the facts of winch are so widely Known, ana so nearly
parallel, that but little mention of Mr. Eastman's es
perlences will be alven here, rhey are, however, pub
Usned ma neat vulume or 800 paires, entitled "Seven
and Nine Venra Anions' the Comanehes and Anaehea.n
of which mention will be made hereafter. Sumce It ta
say that for several years Mr. Eastman, while s captive,
was compelled to Rather the roots, rums, barks, herbs
and berries of which Watametkls's medicine was
made, and Is still prepared to provide the sams ma
terials for the successful Introduction of the medicine
to the world ; snd assures the puhllc that the remedy la
the same now as when wakametkla compelled blra te
Wakametkla, the Medicine Man. '
v.Kin ho. hoon mAAA to the medicine and nothing
has been taken away. It Is without doubt the Bst Pt
Rinn of the Uuxxo and Bxmewu of Ute SiaTZil eves
known to man. . ..
This Syrup possesses varied properties.
It act. upon the tlver.
It act. niton the S41dneya.
It recwlavte?. til. Bowels.
It purl fir ttie Blood.
It qaleta the iervron. Myateaa.
It promote. Bia;r.tion.
It aairlalesv, MtresijtUeiia autal Xawla
it'cevrrtea ofT the old blood staid awmkea
"itopons the pores or the skla, auid lav
dvtce. Alealtliy ler.plratloit.
It neutralises the hereditary taint or poison m the
blood, which generates Scrofula, Eryslpelaa and ail
manner of skin diseases and Internal humors.
There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture, and
tt can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by toe
aced and feeble, core only seinf requirmi in attention
Edwin Eastman in Indian Costume.
sxrxTf and Nrm Years amoks thx ooauKCHas arb
Apachks. A neat volume of !t00 paires, being a
simple statement of the horrible facts connected
with the sad massacre of a helpless family, and the
captivity, tortures and ultimate escape of Its two
aurvlvliur members. For sale by onr atTeots gen
erally. Price, M.00.
The Incidents of the massacre, briefly narrated, are
distributed by agents, trfb of chance.
Mr. Eastman, being almost constantly at the West.
eniraged in Ratherimi and curing the materials off which,
the medicine ia composed, the sole business manage.
men! devolves upon rjr. Johnson, and the remedy has
been called, and la known as
Dr. Clark Johnson's
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Price ef Large Bottlea - - SI. 00
Price of Small Bottlea - - JO
Bead the voluntary testimonials of neiaons who have
been cored by the use of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
blood ayrop In your own vicinity.
TESTIMONIALS OF CURES.
raTjtvTjnr. Guernsey County, Ohio.
DearStr 1 was subject to Kneumatism twice a yea
tor Ihepastten or twelve years, but slaw using yonr
reliable J .dl.. Blood Myrap I have been free
from it Iregard It aa a very valuable remedy for this
M. At. S AUAOfrJAMI.
Beat Family Medicine.
Havana. Huron Conner, dhlo,
bear Sir I have used your excellent lisdfioie
Blood Syray in my family for Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, etc., and 1 can truthfu lytay it is the best
remedy 1 have ever used, as In every case It effected a
permanent cure. 1 am ever ready to testify to its
Bkarits, H. V. UWm
CostiTeness and Piles.
Tedbow. Fulton County. Ohio.
Dear Sir I was In very poor health for a longtlaie,
being severely troubled with Costlveness snd Plies;
sometimes 1 would be Ave or six days without s pjejo
age. 1 took some of your ladlsa Blood Btyrap.
aad In aaourt lime 1 was eflectually cured.
Would Not be Without It.
riNDlAT, Hancock County, Ohio.
Dffrr Sir I have been afflicted w.ta Dyspepsia for
many years, and bare used the Iadln Blood
stjri-ns) with good effect. 1 find It to be the best
remedy which 1 have ever used and would not be witn
out, I am thankful fur Us discovery.
Lung Disease Cared. ;
KATO1S0. Henry County, Ohio, Feb. 20, 1879.
Dear Sir Alluw me to give my testimony In favor
ef your Indian Blood Myrnp. I waa troubled
with Disease of the Lungs and also Liver complaint,
and at the request of your Agent 1 tried some ot your
medicine, which Immediately relieved me. 1 feel better
than 1 have felt for yeara, and never was so well as lam
at nxflSont, A will always recommend your meoictne.
MAHY B. HALK&
Dtjeovr, Putnam Oocmty. Ohio.
7ear Sir This Is to ceitily that i was amcted with
Kidney Complaint and Ueneral Debility fur a number
of years. 1 obtained some of your Indium Blood
Byrap from your Agent, and it entirely cured me.
KBrrrrs. Noble County, Ohio,
Dear -This Is to certify tlial your Indian
Blood Syray has greatly benefited me tor head-
na its n u. rtfti.;ri.
General Weakness of the Srstem.
xAirsroRT. TJefiaace County. Ohio. '
Dear Sir Iwaa suffering from Weakness of Be
System and lnxxtness of tne Head. Tour Indian
Blood Sjrrwp was recommended to me snd I pro
euredsoaie, and a abort trial has restored my health.
WnevnAI.V Harrbmn Onuntv. Ohio.
Dear Sir Thla as to certify that your Indian
Blood nyr p has cured me of Erysipelas and
Rhenmatlsm, with which 1 suffered a long time. X
IDOnwoU, . AUK. WO. ttftWilo .
Cannot Secommend it Too Highly.
Dsrrrat, Meigs County. Ohio.
Dear Sin Ihave weed your great Indlrus Blood
Syr. . for Nerrousuess and Constipated Bowels and
ean truly recommend tt the best medicine I ever used.
1 regard It a good remedy and It cannot be too highly
naitrtn st siuuo,
" Nsw BtraxmoTON, Clinton County, Ohio.
Dear Mr I was a great sufferer before I took your
tnstly-eelebrated IndtuatUood Hyraay. 1 was
troubled with Neuralgla of the Stomach, Liver anl
Kidney IHaase, and a Koailng of the Stomach and
Bowels. I was m a terrible state, but thanks to your
medicine, I am now greatly improved, aad believe your
Syrup to be tha greatest Blood Purl ner known to the
world. THOMAS K. STEELE.
Lirer Complaint and Heart Disease.
TrmoAHOB Citt. Miami Co., Ohio, July 10. 1877.
Dear Sir 1 have naed Uie excellent Indian Blood
Byraf, which I procured from your Agent and the
result has been wonderful. I have been sick for one
rear with Liver Complaint and Heart Disease, aodnine
weeks out ef that time I have not been able to do any
work at all. I have taken some of your SYRUP, and
since than I have been able to work, I heartily rtxxxo
rneiKl It and believe if to be the Heat and Most feellable
l ever oCered to the public.
W. tL IWTJ.ro aB.
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