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TIIK INTKK DCKsiN.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
I'riiitins; Presses for Pleasure
Profit and Iiistrnetlon.
Amateur Priiitinc Is a delightful
slid plensioi.' pastime for the Itoys. I(
gives them a safe and hem-tidal sum
mi ut; keeps them at home improving
their time, learuinjr to res1, s-ll and
imti" tuatc coiti-i fly. Outfit ot Tress.
Tvk Koller, Ink. case. arde. etr-. for '.?..
KKVKI.I., vi ANNKK A CO., lt aud 174 Clark
Jw- (iea-xw. Jit.
WILL CURE RHEUMATISM.
Mr. ALBKRT CRlKiKKo. the well known rlrug
gist and aN!tb-cary, ot HyilEgTsle, M -., always sd.
vises every one t.-oubled with Kheuuiatism to try
Reaa His Statemont.
Si-RtNavALE, Me., Oct 19, 1ST.
Jf. K. Sltf . hq '.
Oer Mr: fifteen fsars l .t fall I wv taken rk
with rkeeniaiisia. w.t mialtle to move . til the
next April. Krom that time nut il three years so
this fall I suffered every ii-n; with rh.-ttin in-iu.
sometimes tli. re would be weeks at a time that I
oul.l uo' step one step: the- atacks were quite
ollen. I stiffersil ever thing thai a nui .oul.l.
Over three years ago last spring I conim -n- d t k
inf VruETiNE and tol.owed it up until I i.i taken
seven bottles; have had no rh' U .. isui siuce that
time. 1 slwuys silvise every on- lust is troubled
with tlieomati'tu to try Veuktine. and uol suffer
tor years as I have none. I I. si.i'euient is gratui
tous as lar Mr. Stevens is con. . rn. .1 ,: -. etc.
Ai.r.RK r oi o 'Km:.
Finn of A. Crooker A Co.. druggists aud apotbe
Has Entirely Cured Me
Boston, Oct. 1S70.
Jfr. ff. R. Strrrn:-
Heat r : My danghteT, aft-r having s severe at
tack of Whooping Congh, was l it in a ltel.a- state
ot Ix-slth. Being advis d hy a frieml. she ti ied the
VrtiETiMt, sti.l after using a fsw hottles was fully
restored to health.
I have 'oeen a great suffer-r from Khccmatism. I
nave taken several bottles of Veg. line for this cooa
BSSlaS and am happy to aay it nan entiielv . ur.-.i
ij... I have reeomineuilfd the Ve iiu. to others
It is s rrai i ju r
Kins 31 y m J.
"Oh, sing to mj soul, imI Aug-;'.
A psalm ol tbe battle of lit !
Fur :hc hrave-t som-times falter,
Ami fall in the bitter at rile"
"But the spirit of iufiidte Mercy
I'pholds tbem, till, uu.lismay'd.
They have won the purple aud garland
Of th - , aim tre-s that never fade:
Yea, shim-, trow the war Iriumpliask
O'er Irs), an I gliHira an.! s- d,
Go up till their steps sr. 'mid flowers.
On the beautilul hills of Uod !"
" Oh. sinf to my soul, good Ancl,
A song of tue sarrj lost,
Th-- tr.i'-i, oi -Ali'is.- radiant morning
Hy a sorrow iul night is crossed."
' I h". ire BSSSt thai EWSti won." aaith the Angel,
' The p a. of Ihe arly dead
For tii. NcM ol imraorta story
Crow net h rSSk in .es . ni le ad.
They have cross'd the wild, djrk r'vi-r,
I Uat BSSaM IkWaa the vat - of years,
And tie kso-l of s lo..- ma le perlect
11a; h w ipd aw av th; ir tears "
of hearts, h.id never dream(l of the
possibility of such good luck being
in store for her.
u ri'iii'n iv irav dii
m liiuiiiiif I . i in. nil.
"And yo i really fancy yourself in
love with this) fair-haired little shop
Mr. Meredith, a tall, noble-featured
man of fifty, looked rather sadly at
his enthuviastli yout-g u-hew.
"Fancy, uncle ? That Is hardly an
appropriate word to ue. I am quite
certain of the fact."
"I suppose you will consider me a
Tei bad judge of the human charac
ter, if I tell you that I like her -little
with the sitni- eood reM
aud piiriuer of the b ood; l is plearuut to take aud i u U i Ii 's dtli: 'Ife fa- the bebt. Be
1 i au ( hs. ruii v re. ouiiu.-nil il.
.Iamks Moi;K,3ci Athcnsstrcct ! licve me, Hurry, tin re is more real
stamina iu B'itb Durr thau in her
Rheumatism is a Disease of the pretty couio ii.ichei.
BLOOD. "There, sir," aowerel Harry reso-
The htood in tins disease, ts lotind to contain an
excess ol fibrin. VYgetiue ac's lv couv.-i I iuk the
bhsMl Iroui ns diseased conditiou to : li.-altliv cir
culation Veyel.ue r-i;i!ati-s the bowels w tin his
v. tv 'Wportant iu this complaint. One bottle ot
l .Mr. ..... . ' . I , . ra.ll.-l lull la. m 1 . I,t ..I . .. . t
cart It nnst Im taksa rernlarfy, sah! may take m v- for yourt?v-lf.
ersiiseii . i ii in ..- oi ioujrsi.to.nui;.1 m
im 1 by air. ru.v su Try it, u i jo.Tr question for a partner for a walta, or
verdict wtil ha the same as t ha; of lh.u-auds . i i - v i rlitt,.r ia
who say, "I ... v. r iwuu . so u.u. i. r. i . i - pa.r oi rjiinjut eyt s alios glitt r is
lately, "i where I must beg It ave to
diCfer with you."
"Well, my boy. you must choose
lU tueuiber, it U no
Irom the use of ' . ne," which ia oiuposcd ei
ilusively ol liarks, H1 ana tlrrus
"VKfiETTNIV snv a Boston physician, "has
ij i SS al a- a hlissl irifler. ilearing ol its mauy
wondertul cures, a.terail oth-r rem. dies ha.! tailed,
1 visited the laboratory aud coiivltx-eil myself ol its
gvutiine merit. It is pr- par.d from 1utks, roola
and herbs, each of which is highly iftective, and
they are co'nponudol in such a uiaum r as to pro
dme ast onbhiLg MSSdsaV"
x 23 TINE.
NOilJIM. Ql.iL TO IT.
Jfr. . R.
S ..Sal. m. Me!, Nov. 14, 1ST.
can irood uul i i 1 i . .milieu. -l ns n
I am now getting along tirst-rale. and
to amuse y. u Tor oue or two even
ings. The woman whom you ucwr
select for your wife must neceftwuii y
exert a more or les- potent iufluei-ee
over your whi le life."
"I know it, sir," aud Harry's mirth
ful face grew almost grave.
"Th.tt fch earns her own living be
bin J the counter of a fancy store
that they b oth do is no drawbac k in
my eyes. InJi-pendnce aud self le
liance are to be cardinal virtues, aud
DsswSto i hasw aasa rsswhssi with Senruia, even though your wife will be rwlsffl
inker a;d l.iver t 'omplaiut lor three year-; unlh-,. , . ,
i.i w au .iiuuiH.n.l. ut "JiujMia.i.r
weal th, a few lt-aous taken before
hand in the impartial school of world
ly expei ituico will be of incalculable
use to her."
Harry Meredith sat long that night
be. ore the snug, bright fire in his
snug little bachelor apartment mu
sing over hl uncle's words.
He bad, met the two cousins, Ra
chel and Uuth Durr. at a quiet little
birth-day gathering at the bouse of a
frlen a, and l ad instantaneously felt
j drawn lowaid the elder o kS elder by
eighteen months. She was a beauti
ful bloude, while the other was rath
er of tbe brunette type.
During the three months which had
followed upon Ids first Introduction,
Hurry Meredith had contrived to see
the cousins several times a week, and
consequently fell deeper in love with
the golden-haired lassie, even while
he was quite -onicious of Iluth'a
deeper character and stronger intel
lect Sometimes be was almost tempted
MAIN in the right side, undw the to waver in his allegleuce toward the
t edue ot the rios, increases on pros
iu.- .-n't did
still using the Yegetiue I co-isi.h r there is uoth
iug ei'ual to it toi such coup.aiu s t'au h.-artiiy
recommcud it to ey. ryhod ours trniy,
I IIK M r W kUKl),
No. i4 La-zraug stre t, nth Salem, feaas.
II. R. Stevens, Boston,. Mass.
Vegatlne 's 1J by all Drt:s:p:isti
45 Years Before the Public.
DR. C. McLANE'S
FOR THE CURE Of
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DVSPBPSIA AMD SICK MSADACMB.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
ide ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
elder, and then he took himself wit-
very uooecegftury ste quom to task.
To-night, however, he passed the
whole of the last few weeks in review
before his memory, aud decided that
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken inaction was the very worst policy in
for rheumatism in the arm. The ' the world.
stomach is affected with loss of appe- "This suspense must be put an end
dll and s kness; the bowels in gen- to," ejaculated our hero, half aloud,
eral are costive, sometimes alternative ,1 .han 1,., - ,,..,,,. i. ,.i, n
klivu a v ainiivti aaa lovuv ivnaij w
with lax ; the hc;td is troubled with
I tin, accompanied with a dull, heavy
Sensation in the back part. There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, a-compamed with a painful sen
himself, as an idea cume into his
"FH do It," he thought, bltlug his
Hp. w0f c urar its merely for the fun
atioa of having left undone sort e- of the. thing. I have not the shadow of
ling v hi- h ought to have been done, a doubt that she is all she Beems, but
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an still "
attendant. 1 he patient complains of j He was silent for a few minutes,
vearineM and debility; he is easily UIid then arose to prepare for slum
star:lt'd, his feet are cold or burning, ber
and he complains of a prickly sensa- u .
.; c u , 1 I They are polito enough to me as
tion ol the skin; his spirits are low; J 0
and althottgb he is satisfied that exer- the flvored child of luxury. Now I
' isc would be beneficial to him, yet w,,i ta ite measures to learn whether
he can scarcely summon up fortitude this courteny is genuinely from the
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts heart, or merely born of em,ty form
every remedy. Several of the above and adulatiou to wealth."
symptoms attend the disease, but cases Bo our hero, laying bin head on hia
hae occurred where few of them ex
isted, vet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
pillow, dreamed of piivate masque
rade parties all night long.
Kachel Durr aud her cousin K ith
were shop-girls iu Savery & St. Clair's
great fancy store.
"Oh, dear!" sighed Rachel, one
Casn of AgUS and Fever, when morning as she took off her bonnet in
taken with Quinine, are productive of the little dressing-room at the back
the most happy results. No better ; of the atore aU(1 hook dovrn hergoM.
cathartic can be used, preparatory to 6n shower of curls "how tired I am
or after taking Quinine. We would , ... . . , . , ,
adM,e all who ale afflicted with this horrid drudgery. Howl wish
rüaeas U) pr them a fair trial. j Harry Meredith would propose If he's
For all bilious derangements, and as fiolD8 to."
a simple Diircative.thev are uneoualed 1 Ruth laughed as she smoothed
down her satin brown hair and tied
Hi t Vitt 01 IMITATION.
the bow f crimson ribbon at her
"And what do you think of me, Ra
The genuine are never su-jar cnatetl.
Kvery boa has a red wax val on the M,
with the impression IR. MfliSItt! LlTkS
. ... , . . chel? I, who have no such brilliant
1 he genuine M I.ank's LtWI Ptt.t.s hear . ,
he si-natUr , of t . i i. am and Kle.mi.v-. boPe8 of matrimony, to liyht up the
Hriis. on the wrappers. monotony of my daily toil."
i'?, iTiMr, ,hc cnu' c' ! Ruth shrugged her shoulders.
Mi I. am. Lt fk I'M i t, prcpaie'l hy Hem- I .
ingKros.,ofi'itNburi;h. I'a., the market bciaf : "I don t gee how you bear It SO
full of imitation-, of the nam. Mr I. an r, patiently. I should die with vex
spelled differently but same pronunciation. at,()IJ am, .eunui. jf X m ÜQt hope fQr
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f il pa..r. Pure MIo.mI (asaaSsa
oth.nllh. - Il n,i. I m, mm of Sa I mt-
la."-y IT. SrooU, rnitfnUr. 0. "I! currl
ir chiM of ErvMptlaa," Ära. JT 3mltnr. I -it
tmr; It frit II. R. C. SCI.LCSk AMI.
fr.i .. 'tl.kurrh. frn. Mi DrufgiMt and
"Hush I" said Ruth, "there is Mrs.
Wiekes, the forewoman, calling us."
"How I bate the old vixen I" Ra
chel ejaculated, slowly following
Ruth into the store.
"Really, Mist Raciiel Durr, you
Rachel listened in slleoce. The prize
had been very near her grasp once,
but somehow it had sli,ip--d away.
"I think you must be mistaken,
Ruth," she said, acrimoniously. "I
think Mr. Meredith never would "
She cheeked herself, for at that in
stant the do r opened, and Harry
Meredith was announced.
must be a little more punctual," said j sbiping Harry Meredith In her heart
Mrs. Wiek, pursing up her mouth
primly. You are full five minutes be
hind time, and it was just tao yester
dny." Rache pouted, and went to work
labeling a box of new-arrived rib
bons. She and Mrs. Wiekes had
never Hgref-d very harmoniously, nor
did she affiliate with the shop girls.
"A stuck-up, Impertinent thing."' they
called hei ; while nhe, from rhe serene
height" of the posibillty of her some
day becoming Mrs. Meredith, treated
them with a disdain which was any
thing In the world bur agreeable.
In vain were Ruth's remr.i
st ranees. Rachel had always been
willful and inclined to upercllous
ness, nor would she listen to her
cousin's mildly-proffered advice.
"It's all very well for you, Ruth,
you've got to spend all your days
here, '"but," she saM.curlinc her pret
ty I'ps, but I shall - onn be lifted out
of ibis groveling atmosphere."
"It Is by no means a certainty."
"Yes, It is," laughingly answered
Rachel, blushing like a damask rose.
And Ruth would sigh softly, and
think how bright the future was un
rolling lis vast map before her pretty
Rachel Durr waited rather languid
ly upon one or two customers that
The Diminutive Statesman.
New York Star.
The following anecdote of Hon. Al
exander H.Stephens is an amusing il
That evening she told her cousin; i lustration of the surprises which of
ten await people who reckon intellect
by personal size.
Tne statesman has had to bear the
consequences through his whole life
of a slight form aud a boyish look,
but these deficiencies have had most
ly only an amusing and sometimes an
agreeable effect. In the earlier part
of his career, a great commercial
convention of tnritiv Mttf whs hlrl
Well Rachel." he said pleasantly, at Ch irleston. South Carolina, and
"are you ready to coi emulate me ; Mr. 3u,phec8 having berm asked to
upon the sweet little wife I hmmml a.- ffTj fffTf, UMMm
Rachel muttered one or two for
mal sentences, but she was very palo.
Meredith observed her with a smile.
"Ruth," he said, turning with a
smile, "I have something to show
He put a thin parcel in her hand.
She opened it, and out fell a pair of
She 1 nked wistfully Into his face,
then the wh-.de tide of memory came
back upon her heart.
"Htirry! were you the oM man?"
"I a the old m in, my dearest."
And then Riehel knew why It was
that the ship freighted with all her
consented to do so. His fame had al
ready e&tended beyond the country
in which he lived, and expectation
was greatly excited at his arrival.
To avoid the crowds at the hotels
he a9ked twe merchants, who were of
the party, tö engag. him rooms at the
hotel where they were to stop, and in
due time he arrived with them. The
lady who kept the house, iu great ex
citement, was engaged In looking out
for the guest, who was of as much
consequence, as a president. But he
had come. In the meantime the
tired statesman had thrown himself
Items of Interest.
Daniel Clark, a Massachusetts
farmer, has a collection of 4,000 rare
coins, some of them as early as 00
The London Lancet says that ague
is now such a rare disease in Eng.
land, that reserches into its patholo
gy have been little prosecuted of late.
Statistics show that more boys
than girls are born in Great Britain,
but that there are about a million
rrore women than men in the king
It takes about 250,000 lead pencils
a day to keep the United States
marking on paper; 78,000.000 are
used in a year, costing nearly $4.000,
Alexander H. Stephens seems to
gain health as he grows older. A
Washington correspondent says he
weighs at present ninety-two pounds,
being within one pound of the great
est weight ho ever attained.
It is now claimed that the United
States produces more carpets than
auy other country in the world. In
1875 tbe value of the product was
$32.376.000. In 1872 our importations
of carpets amounted to nearly a $6,-
000.000: in 1877 thev were onlv fT75 -
on a lounge for the pui pose of repose,
so near the haven.
morning. Evidently her henrt was j hopes had drifted away, when it was
not in her work, and Mra. Wirke,
from her lurking place behind the
ca-h br x, cast several even med
glanees toward her, premonitory of a
PrsvA iitly a new customer hobbled
In, bent and crooked, and mule hi
way directly to the eounter where
IstM and Ruth were standing. A
hure cotton umbrella protruded In a
warlike manner from beneath bis
arms, an mended cotton glove oov
ered Ml hands, w;le a rust) red wig
was half concealed by his bent and
and his two friends stood near him.
Tbe latly bustled in, and seeing, as
she supposed, a country lad. who had
cum to see the tdghts and hear Mr.
S ephens, actually tfocupying the he-t
place, and his shoes also ou ibe sofa,
she said with great kindness and
some fli mness:
"My son, you should let the gentle-
One winter evening about fifty
Venn atro, h post-ehaise wilh a siugle
S-tnleman insld it drove up to the
North of Scotland, where passengers
who were going to cross to Oi kneys ! men hare tne bt"8t t,,14C' Put 'our
usually spent tin- light. The gentle
uia'i, whom we will cull Mr. MacT
was the owner of a large estate, aud
an old house which had belonged to
his family for huudreds of years, in
the BMatelaad, or chief of the Orkney
i-il.iiiii, -iii. I iruB i.iiw ulwuit to viitit
My good i ess! Ruth, what a fig-',. ! .
i- t a'4 property. It was a Mastering,
uudible voioe. "What can that old
bundle of second-baud clothes waut
"Hushl" said Ruth, almost sternly,
"he will hear you."
"And what if be ioed What do I
"He is old and infirm, Rachel, and
his age shoufd render him sacred in
Rar hei tossed her head sneerincly.
"Ruth, you are too absurd for any
thing. I won't wait on him."
But the old man steered resolutely
for Rachel herself.
"I want to buy om gloves. Miss,"
he said in a feeble, -roaking voice.
"You'd better go somewhere else."
said the young lady, supereillk-usly ;
"our stored esn't keep cheap goods."
"Please let me see the articles."
Rachel tossed a box down on the
counter, the old man bent his specta
cled eyt-s dowu to survey the goods
"How much are these."
"A ddiar a pair."
"But I am a poor mm, Miss; have
you nothiug cheaper?"
"No I" snapped Rachel, "I told you
to go elsewhere. Ttre uo patience
"I beg your pardon, Miss," said the
old man, "I am not a pauper."
"Well," observed the girl, scornful
ly, "you look like one!"
"Appearances are often deceitful.
Did you tell me you had cheaper
"I didn't tell you any such thing!"
"Rachel 1 Rachel 1" remonstrated
her cousin. "Let me show you wh it
you wunt, sir," she said, softly, turn
ing to the old customer. "We h.-ivr
some very nice gloves at s veuty II w
"Seventy-flve cents Is a great deal
of money to pay for u pair of gloves,"
said the old man looking sorrowfully
iown on the mended fingers of those
he wore, "but the went her Is getting
very frosty, ami I am not so youug
as I was."
"I should think that was quite evl
dent," said Rachel, with a heartless
Ruth bent toward the old man, -laying
in a low. sweet voice;
"Take the warm worsted cloves,
sir. The price is seventy-flve cents.
feet on the floor, for we are trying to
keep things nice for the great Mr.
When one of the laughing mer
chants poiuted to the smiling boy,
with his wonderful eyes, and said.
"This is the Hon. Alexauder H. Ste
phens, madam," und he aio-,e and
StorSBJ night, but that culy made ! ,T iwr hi ,mm1' Hn 1 the !
more pleasant the cigar and glass of
champaigne, and the crackling of the
wood Are by which MacT. sat chat
ting with the landlord, who was un
old frieud both of his fat er and him
self, and who was proud of elite, tam
ing the "youug laird," as be called
him, with his wildest tales of adven
ture ou the sea. They did not, haw
ever, sit late, for the Orkney packet
sailed very eatly iu the morni g. and
MacT. soon found himself lu his cozy,
Well-appointed little bedroom. The
wind was chaining a gland llerserker
melody, and the sea was roaiing a
deep bass accompaniment. MaeT.
Jovd those sounds for they had of
ten bet-n the lullaby of his childhood,
and he aoon fell asleep. For some
hours he dept without an Image or
thought reaching his mind; but, at
length, when the morning was glim
mering gray in the East, a stranee
dream came to trouble him. He
dreamed that he was in the ancient
büiiq te'ing hall of his old house, in
the Mainland, sitting at the head of a
ver long table. The banqueting
hall was now in reality almost a ruin.
sun on ner countenance was a
j ct fur -Hogurih.
T inpcraiieo Li t I are on Ike Bail.
"Tweuty years ago," said the p:-
MBfltt with the red ribbo.i iu his
buttonhole, "I knew that man whom
you saw jet eff at the last station.
He was a young man of rare promise,
a college graduate, a mau of brilliant
Intellect inrd shrewd mercantile abili
ty. Life dawned before him ia all
the glowing colors of fair promise.
He ha t some money when be It ft
college. He invested it in business
and bis business prospered. He mar
ried a beautiful young girl, who bore
him three lov ly children "
Tl:e sad looking passenger, sitting
on the wood bux: "All at oue time?"
The red ribbon passenger: "No,
iu biennial installments of oue. No
oue dreamed that the poor house
would ev.-r be their home. But in
un evil hour the yo ng man yielded
to the tempter. He began to drink
beer. He liked it and drank more.
He drunk and encouraged others to
ilriDk. That was only fourteen years.
but in ÜU dream MacT. saw it hung ago, and be was a pro weal-
Sfith a hundred lights. The table
was 1111. tl on both sides, and he
thought he gianced curiously down
its length to see who his guests wete.
As he looked, he shuddered in his
dream. Those who sat at the table
with him were all his dead ancestors
for many generations back. He knew
their faces and dresses well from
their p- rtraits In the picture gallery.
Next to him sat his own father, who
had died about a year before. And
at the bottom of the table sat a fair
haiied man iu a dress of skins, who
wan a Noise -hi-f tain, the founder of
the family. It seemed to him that he
thy wan. To-duy, where is he?
The clergyman in the front sent
s lemnly: "A sot and a beggar."
The red ribbon man, disconsolately:
"Oh, no; he is a mtiulier of Congress
and owns a brewery worth 50,000."
Sometimes it will happen that way.
A woven book has been manufac
tured at Lyons, the whole of the let
ter press being executed in silken
thread. Tot traits, verses aud brief
addresses have often been repro
duced by the loom, but an entire vol
ume from tbe weaver's hand is nov
In Wyoming, where woman can
vote if 9he will, she doesn't do it.
Only one woman in tbe Territory has
ever been elected to office by the peo
ple, and now official station is never
demanded by the sisterhood. Not
half the women in Cheyenne have
cast a vote since the first two elec
tious. The purchaser of imported wines is
no longer sure that he is getting a
pure artiole. In the past, adultera
tion was unknown in Europe, but
that day is gone, seemingly, forever.
France bus been so guilty in tbis re
spect that the government has been
urged to take so tue action in regard
to the matter.
O. Phelps Brown, of Jersey City, m
printer by trade and a quack by pro
fession, was the " retired physician,
whose sands of life have nearly run
out," and who for years infested the
advertising columns of nearly every
paper iu the country. His sands of
life have now run out indeed, for he
Is dead. He leaves a fortune.
The report of the assessors upon
the educational advantages of the
inhabitants of forty-three of the fifty
eight parishes in Louisiana is rather
discouraging. It shows that there
are 89,000 voters in all, of whom 53,
000 know nothing of reading or writ
ing. Of these uneducated ones 16r
000 are whites and 37,000 colored.
Senator Chaffee, as well as Senator
Jones, has had a fortunate summer.
A -:! v. r mine, in which Chaffee owes
m -ne-half interest. has ben rlevsloDsd
in . 1 1 . i In i , f.. ... w. 1. . I. . . 2a
uunug i.e.- mn irs uiouius so tuai il
pays an Income of $9,000 a day. Sen
ator Chaffee thus receiving $4,500
daily from his mine and $13 daily
from salary as Senator.
Rochester, N. Y., is said, by an ex
change to have the largest cider mill
in the world. It is conducted by a
stock company with a capital of $75,
000. The capacity of the grinding
aparatus is 1,000 bushels an hour and
500 bushels can be pressed an hour.
The cheeses are made of layers of
pomace aud specially made of thick
hair cloth, $4,000 wcrth of the latter
A Georgia paper says: "The Cher
okee nation, composed of about three
"Ruiued hy polities," says an ex
change of an individual. Well, be
was not worth saving. The probabil
ities are that he was ruined by very
little politics aud u good deal strych-niue-
.vhisky. There is no more rea
son why a man should be ruiued by
politics than by auy other honorable
. a m m il a l
sat rorsomemiuuu-sasirspeii-ooun.i, employment. Politics should be j being in use at the .resent time
while the spectators murmured to- atu.lied by every man, aud every man
aether iu low, hollow tones. At should be a politician. A man who
I en ir 1 1 1 t he v nil mas. inl sl.nik'. one : 4 ... -. 1 li.l. . 11 , 1..
o j , j , uc-s ill -iiuruua uuu iuiiiivi ou irnr 1 ...... . ani. will ceo 1 rn r
by one, lu turns, left the hall. But nU privi,e,es, and cares so little v t , r"rJ !l uL rL
l.efore they went, each one p.iused it fur di:ieLfeM,,g his Half as to pay no 1 T ,? . ' t , " -
. , , I uiscuaifeiug ins ua.) as 10 pay uo Busyhead is the chief or the nation.
door, and turning, raised his hand all,ntloU l0 polUk.a, ih,uM be at g
,n a wan.ing attitude, fixed his eyes once banished to some cuntr where ; . 8etlie in north
on mm x., mm siu, iu n oeeji voice, ; ,j8 associations UUd opportunltl. s
the word "Beware." "The packet ; wia educate him. Such men, how
stitrts iu twenty uiiuntes, sit," cried a ever good, socially. moraUj, and re
loud voice at th- door, routing MacT. ligiously, are b naclcs.au.l set a per-
sllddenly from sleep. Confused at iiieiniiA ex.umde. P.ililieal freeili.m
but. you shall have them for fifty. I, yet 80un rera,Ulll,.,ilJg wher hp r,lhüg
was, he sprung out of be.i and began ( tnat we enjoy, aud we are tired of
huniedly to dress himself. Being a I neariug th - Kid gloved gentry refus-
bad sailor, his iirst glance was natur- iug to take part iu the grand work of der well. The commencement of the
ally enough at the sea, close to which ! Infusing an honest spirit into polities flow was suddeu. and many attribute
the inn stood. The wind had risen in la-cause of the contaminating iiiflu- j ,l to the influence of an internal corx
the night. The waves thundered ou euce of bummers." They are terribly motion which, 00 the preceding nighr.
t lie shore, and the little Orkney pack- afraid of being ruined by politics, caused something like a shock of
et was tossing up aud down like a We want tbe thinking, honest, moral ; earthquake. Tbe stream being of
limpet shell, As he (Med. his element to be heard at the ballot-box, mixed water and oil rises to the
st lange dream arose up with sudden and the man who lives and enjoys 1 hight of six feet, and the yield of oil
myself, will make up the difference
to the sre-e. You are an old gentle
man, but I am young and able to
"But I am nothb g to you, miss."
Ruth folded the gloves neatly in a
piece of paper, and handed them to
"For the sake of the dear father
who died a year ago, old age can
never be nothiug to me. sir. Please
don't thank me, indued I deservo no
And K-.th drew blushingly back,
while Rachel burst Into a laugh.
"Upon my word. Buth, you are the
preatest fool I ever saw!" she. cried,
while the old gentl.-man hohhled out
of the store, "I would have se-n the
old beggar in Jericho before I would
have given him anything! Why
doesn't he go to the poor house?"
The days crept on and one day Mr.
Harry M-iedith astonished little Buth
Durr very much by askiug her to be
It was as if the gates of Paradise
had beeu suddenly opened to her
the modest little girl secretly wor-
Georgia." The Cherokees referred
to are probably the remnant of tbe
tribe now living in the mountains of
North Carol! na.
The Cumberland. Ky.. Courier
gives a report of a flowing oil welU
known as the old Carter and Alexan-
distinctuess before MacT.'s mind. He
was infected with a good ileal of thor
ough Scotch superstition. Besides
he did not much like the look of the
sea, aud so he resclved not to go till
to-morrow. That day the Orkney
packet was lost with every man on
hoard, and M.u-T. und his little wife,
who was left at home with the babies,
had to thank that warning dream for
As the tree is fertilized by its own
broken branches und falling leuves,
and grows out of its own decay, so
men and nations are bettered and im
prove"! by trill, and retiued out of
brokeu hopes and blighted expectations.
the influences of our beuign institu
tions, and fails to make kid influence
felt, commits grievous bluuder if not
a crime. Inter (h ean.
is about Vl'i barrels per day.
Canada's commercial maritime in
terests already rank the Qfth among
the nations of tbe world, surpassing
Commenting ou the lawlessness in those of France, Spain, or tier many.
Breathitt county, Ky., the Louisville j and are increasing at the rate of 50,-Courier-Jo
j mH says: "One of the ; 000 tons per annum. Her immense
oharges against ltieathitt is that the j canal locks are designed to pass ves-
tatl or a parson's horse is never safe seU of 1,500 tons burden. The lake
there. White the good man ia ex fleets comprise In all 3,000 vessels,
pounding Um foty-ei, his horse's tail , oue-half of which are barges ranging
is shuved. The parsou whose horse - : . . . .
Il not thus treated must needs hitch frm 200 t0, t0M hmd eaco
the faithful brute near tbe window, Io railroads Canada ranks eigth in
that the clerical eye may see what is the scale of nations, having 5.700
getef on Outside as Weil as within miles in actual operation. Her fish-
tue etiureh. This eh.oire may lack erl including Newfoundland,
truth, but it would he well if nothing; . , , ' 8 ÜWluuuu,uu
worse had ever carrloil ihe name of emP-Oy M vessels. 22.000 boats,
Breathitt to the furthermost parts of 52,000 men, and over throe and a half
the State." I million dollars capital.