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CLIPPINGS FO'.t THE CURIOUS.
A woman with beard ten inches long is
a curiosity nt Uuiou Point, On.
Uncle Sam welcomes into his domain
8200 baliies n dny, not counting those
who conic by sen.
Many New Yorkers hnvo adopted tho
European custom of hiring out thoir own
private carrnges nnd horses.
There arc 847 female blacksmiths in
England,' all of whom actually swing
heavy hammers ami do men's work.
A Frenchman has found that by plac?
ing a few drops of glycerine and water
into the corners of tho eyes of dead per?
sons their lifc-liko appearance is re?
It is said that tho new Washington
lower is the largest in the world. It is
largo enough for a team of hor.-cs nnd
load of hay to bo drawn through tho j
A monstrosity in the wny of a medium- j
sized dog, with th.e head of a hog, 5s tho
property of n Shoshonc in Eureka, Nov. j
The hybrid generally goes along with his j
nose to the ground.
The art of distillation is said to have .
originated among the inhabitants of
Northern Europe. It wns ititroduc.d j
into Spain by tlio Moors about 1 150. Its
use wns enrly abused, nnd in tho reign of
George II. of England n duty of 201 a:
gallon was imposed on nil ardent spir?
The deepest boring yet made is Raid to
be nt Schladebach, near the line between
Lcipsic nnd Corbctha. It hns been j
made by the Prussian government for
the purpose of ascertaining the pres?
ence of coal, and was bored with dia?
mond drills. Its depth is 1800 meters,
or 4?iG0 feet, its breadth at the bottom
two inches, nnd nt the top eleven inches.
The temperature at the bottom indicates
118 degrees Fahr.
An nhnannc 8000 yenrs old, found in
Egypt, is in the British museum. It is
Supposed to he the oldest in the world.
It was found on the body of an Bgyptlnn.
The days nre written in Veil ink, and
under each is a HgUrc, followed by three
characters, signifying the probable statu
of the weather for that day. Like the
other Egyptian manuscripts, it is written
on papyrus. It is written in columns,
but is not in its integrity, linving been
evidently torn before its owner died.
A Straggle for Principle.
A rainy day had housed us up in the
cabin of a Tcnncsscan, and nhout 0
o'clock in tho morning a man who wns
addressed by mir host as Uncle Billy came
riding up through tho steady po'ir on n
mule. The animal was placed in the stable,
and as the two men entered the house out
"Well, Uncle Billy, how'II you trade
"Oh, 'bout ?8 tew hoot," was the nn
They returned to tho stables and talked
until noon. Then we hail dinner, and
f hey talked until -1 o'clock*. The rain let
np a bit then and we went out to see a
cave, leaving them talking imile. Wc
returned at (i and they were still nt it.
"We had supper, and the interrupted con?
versation was resumed and kept up until
!) o'clock. Wc went off to bed with
Uncle Hilly saying:
"Tell yc what I'll dew. I'll trade fur
?8 tew boot."
It thundered about midnight, nnd I
woke up and heard that mule talk stilt
going. At 0 o'clock I got up. Undo
Hilly was just riding away.
"Well, how did you comn out'." ]
asked of our host.
"Heal him down to $2 and three bits,"
"So you saved two shillings?"
"Exactly, though 1 wasn't, working for
that. It was tho principle of the thing
which I looked at."?Detroit Free Press.
Fnithfiil as the Fickle Sea.
A young man and a young woman lean
over the front gntc. They are lover-. It
is moonlight. IIo is loath to leave, as
the parting is the last. lie is about to
go away. She is reluctant to sec him
depart. They swing on the gate.
"I'll never forget you," he says, "and
if death should claim me, my last thought
will be of you."
"I'll he true to you," she sobs; "I'll
never sec anybody else or love them as
long as I live."
Six years later he returns. His sweet?
heart of former years has married. They
meet at, n party. Between the dances
the recognition takes place.
"Let me see," she muses, with her fnn
beating a tattoo on her pretty hand,
"was it you or your brother who was my?
oid sweetheart ?"
"Really, I don't know," he snys.
?'Probably my brother."
The conversation ends.?Pioneer Press.
Couldn't See Anything In It.
Pools was invited hy the railroad su?
perintendent to make a trip through tho
new tunnel the railroad company hail
"It. is a failure," he said, nfter emerg?
ing from Tartarean darkness into the full
glare of noonday.
"Why do you say sot" asked the su?
"I cou'dn't sec anything in it.'-?Sift
Not Hard to Prove
Gruff Storekeeper (insolently, toappli
cant for clerkship;?"This letter of in?
troduction says you arc a gentleman."
Applicant modestly)?"So I have al?
ways, been regarded, I believe."
Storekeeper (still more insolently)?
.??Well, sir, thatisnbig statement for a
beggar like you to make. How thall 1
know you arc a gentleman!"
Applicant (pieparing to leave)?
"Notning is easier, sir. Von can sceth.
difference botwecn yourself nnd me,"?
flVtr York Graphic
Set not too high n vnluo on your own
He that will not look beforo him will
have to look hchiud him?nnd probably
with some regret.
The nppcllntion of gentleman tshouUl
never be affixed to a man's circumstances
but to his behavior la them.
Those who sneer habitually at human
nature, and get to despise it> are among
its worst and least pleasant samples.
If n man's religion is pretentious on .
Sunday nnd obscure on week days, yott
would better do business with him on a :
Happiness does not consist in our
possessions, but what wo nrc in need ol
ourselves. The person who has a clenn
heart nud conscience is far happier than
if he was the owner of Untold millions.
Goodness !b bcattty; and beauty cannot
slay inside1, like tho sap In n tree, it
must come out in fresh leaves nnd buds J
and blossoms. Good, pure, kind gener?
ous thoughts light up the plainest face,
ami make it beautiful nud youthful. j
Idleness is the hotbed of temptation^ '
the cradle of disease, the Waster of lime,
the canker worm of felicity. To him |
Who I as no employment, lifo in a little
while will have no novelty; nnd when ;
novelty is laid in the grave, the funcrnl
of comfort will soon folllow.
Forestry ami Cyclones.
The only means of which we cart b??- ?
ccive within hUm.'ul power for the pre- |
vcnlion, or nt liest the rendering lcs3 frc- I
quent, of cyclones, is in the covering of '
the face of the country ftS Inuch as pos- j
sihlo with trees and verdure. Let there (
be ascending in listurc instead of ascend
ing currents of heated air. In the groaf j
timbered valleys of the AttlnRon cyclones
arc unknown, yet wl Bn We luok nt the
formation of the hunt it is probably one '
or the most m?not?ndilsiy level regions |
on the fate of the earth. In the vast ,
nrcn drained by the Amazon in its trib
utnrics might be packed the whole United
I States aud not one of its boundaries |
would anywhere be touched. Beeil fron;
any of the eastern spires Of the Andes,
this whole region is n sea of verdure.
The boundless and unbroken forest g'vi
ii the appearance of nu illimitable mead- !
ow. From the grassy steppes of Vcr.v.U- ,
cla to the treekss pampas of Buenos
Ayrca expands this sea of verdure. In '
it we might at almost nily point draw
a circle of eleven hundred miles in diam- :
ctcr, within Which nil would be an un?
broken evergreen forest. And so matted, I
corded and festooned with vines are all 1
the trees of this forest, and such is the
exuberance of the undergrowth, that a
"mnchcta," must be used with which tc
hew a way into the Wall Of Vegetation
the momeiH the voyager on one of these
put a foot ashore from his canoe.
Such is the steaming moisture within
these great forests that salt soon become;
brine, the best refined sugar becomes j
syrup, epsom salts and many other kinds
of medicines deliquesce, and tlio best |
gunpowder becomes liquid in a few days, i
even when enclosed in a canisler.
Take away the forests and verdure, '
and leave this region a vast desert plain, '
and it would no doubt at once become s
very playground of cyclones.?Salt Lah
The Bond Sea of the West,
The. famous Dead Sea of the West,
Mono l,ake, situated in Mono county,
California, is thus described by a writct
in the San Francisco Chronicle. "Its
water is so Strongly impregnated with
alkalies that the hand held for a few
j minutes in it will crack open and the
skin he. eaten off. No living thing ex?
ists in it, though it is said that often,
after strong winds have blown across
its surface, there is a layer of worms
several feet wide on its leeward shore.
It cleanses clothes dipped in it almost
instantly, and if they are not as speedily
removed docs worse. Its shores arc bar?
ren, bleak nnd lonely in the extreme,
bordered by a soil that will grow noth?
ing but the scrubbiest of sage brush. In
the prosperous times of Bodio n slcninci
plied on the lake, but it is now laid up
in ordinary. The length of the lake is
about 30 miles, nnd its greatest width
about 18 miles. Seen from this magni?
ficent point, surrounded by the walks of
Bloody Canyon, it is one of the noblest
views on earth, but at the same time it
only proves to one who has been about
its shores and toiled across the deserted
nnd sandy interval to the welcome foot
of the Sierra, with even no bettor way
across than the Bloody Canyon, that
truly 'distance lends enchantment to the
Taking Him D-iwn.
They had just been introduced. She
was a pretty country girl and he a wheel?
man, who was very vain of hi- personal
app?nrnnco when clad in 'cycling cos?
He?I assure you there is scarcely a
man who docs no find the wheel .suit
most becoming. ?
She (d< u'ltingly)?Indeed !
He?As for myself, everybody insists
that I look 100 per cant, bet er in a bi?
cycle costume than in nn ordinary busi?
Sli! (innocently") ? Dear inc. How
awfully you must look in an ordinary
business suit,?JloJui Ji cord.
He Lived by the Ten.
Judge (to a prisoner charged with
vagrancy)?" How do you live, sir ?"
Prisoner?"If your Honor please, I
live by the pen."
Judge (ironically)?"Writo for tho
rnnga/jnes. I suppose."
Prisoner?"They call a jail a pon
sometimes, don't they ?"
Judge?" Yes, what of itt"
Prisoner?"Well, I livo by it?close
Judge?"You'll live in the pen In?
stead of by it for the next sixty <U*fl. Go
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
A gooso that has been In tho I a Clnir
.amily for 41 years died in western New
York tho other day.
A Brigadier Central of the late war i&
pursuing tho hutriblo though honorable
avocatloh of a street car driver.
Mrs. Cleveland doesn't 6ecm to bo
bothoring hersolf about grandfather
Folsom's will. .She probably has ono ot
Tho tomb of Mordccol And Qltcch"
Esther is still visited by Ilobrcw
grims, and is well preserved in the town
of llanvidan, in Persia.
It has boon decided by a Brooklyn
church that playing cr.rds isn't wicked,
and two-thirds of tho congregation have
quit using them.?Toxas Sittings
Now Yorkers arc becoming so addicted
to club lifo that thcro Is some tnlk nf
establishing tUmtlter branches Of KcW
York clubs at the watering pHecs.
The elms of Flushing, L. I., arc sulf
Crihg for the third year from the ravages
of tho larvc of tho saw By, an import
from Germany, which, very c\iriously in j
its native country, confines its ravages to
tho pino fore.-ts.
An It 3-4 pound lobster has just been
caught off Winthrop, Mn.-s. It measured
ever all 2!)} Inches, large- claw 11 inches,
and small e'Aw 10 IM inches. It w as a
remarkably symmetrical lobster for one
so old and large.
The suggestion is made In New York
City that dining the summer a rest bo
taken in tho building business front 10
a. m. to 4 ?'. m>) citri that the tithe be
ttlndo Up ilk the cool bf the evening or
by ol?ctric light.
The pages of tile National itoilso of
Representative!) Conduct a fnir business
procuring tho autographs of members.
They charge tlio autograph hunter $10
for the signatures of tho whole H?ub<ji
In the Benatn the Charge is only $*>, bo
Satlsb ?f tho fewer members.
During the summer tho Saturday half
holiday in New York City has praelieal- ,
ly become a whole holiday, business
men leaving town Friday afternoon to '
visit their families nt the watering
places, to the manifest financial nd'/.ihU
rtgo ol tho hitter, returning to business
Poisoning from ice cream has been
notably freipicnt in Europe this season.
Recently nt St. Thomas' Hospital, in
London, n boy 11 died from the effects j
ot eating poisonoun ion ctQattlt 118
twccli thirty fttld lofty girls tind hoys i
\vllo llftd partaken of the ice cream pur- |
chnscri nt the snmo stall had beou sud?
denly seized with sickness.
Meld by wire ropes to the tip lop
point of Sonnblick Mountain, a peaK
10,000 feet high III ihe f yro liso Alps, i?
a new block h tute. Flanking it is A
massive stone turret. A Wire rope, wnjr
0,000 foot lohg leadn clb\Vtl tile mdun
tnin. Hi this block house is to dwell a
meteorologist, nnd his observatory is
higher than any other meteorologist's in
Lightning struck an oak in Tippeca
noc county, Ind., and tore It IfStd splltll?.
ers. It is said that each yr-.-.'s layer of
tho growth of the lice seemed to. have
I ecu separated from the oilier abu splii
Into strips About lull an inch wide.
After completing its work on the oaks
the lightning ran ;!0 rods along the wire
fenco, melting the wire in many place,
nnd tearing each post out of the ground.
In connection with the celebration of
Albany's two hundredth nnnivorsiry In
one shop window n copy of the Albany
Gazette for September 22| i'iN?, ir, ex?
posed. It has the satho BbarmiUg Vitri?
ol type and the cheerful eccentricities of
Make-up that character!. B all newspd-I
pcrs of that age. European news, I
court notices, runaway slave advertise?
ments nnd political documents are
mixed together as though the matter ;
had been shoveled into the form.
The proprli t a- of tho Great Western Poultry
Yard, Mr. James M. Goodkcy, w. IjoUUN mo.,
lacnthttsfastla in Ida praise ot Itetl star I -i.iu-ii
Cure, whteh eitfed htm aft *tf all other rente*
iIIim railed. Ho says Ii neither constipates the
bowels nor causes sick 11 ndache.
Henry M Stanley will lecture in England
Tho pnin-hanishrr Is a name applied to St.
Jncohs Oil, by the millions wboliavo been cured
of rheumatism and neuralgia by i.s use.
John AV. Mai k y is buying !urt:e rslaU-r in
eacrlnnd an I .Scotland.
G mernl Sheridan il stlintncKllcr Oil n !) i
tere faun which las rented near Wash lt,?lon.
There aro more than tild | HvntS bllU oU
the Home calendar
Advice, to i:ou?niiiptive?.
On tlieappearalive of llio first symptoms, ai
gencrni debility. lo?s ?t nppclilo, pallor, i hilly
sensations, followed by nlght-sweata anil
cou^h, priimpl measures of relief should be
taken. i'on.-umpi ion is scrofulous di-.a-c nf
the liiiij.'<: therefore, mm ilia errat unti-scroru
lotia or hlmid-piir.ficr n <i nircngth-rcalmrr,
Dr. Plcrce's "Oolden Medii nl Discovery." Su?
perior In end liver oil as a nutritive, and un
hurpaned as a pectoral. Kor weak hing?,
spilling nf htnnd and kindled ?licet.011?, il hu?
llo equal. Sold by drujgint*. VorUr. P crco a
treatise on consumption, send ten reals ill
Flumps. World'? lllspc unary Medical Ass ei
ation, 6SIMain sireel, liuffiilo, N. Y.
It. is wrong to miiko f an of a French duel.
It is harmle-i"._
V mi t um i tnnioccnre
In pernicious practices pursued in sonlltudc, is
a moat alni lling cause of nervous and general
debililJ .hielSol s.-lf-c ollfldcnce und will-power,
impaired memory, da pendency, and other nl
tcmlnnis of wrecked manhood. Bulterrra
should address, wilh ten cents in stamp-, for
large illustrated ticnt.se. pointing out unfail?
ing means nf perfect ctlio. World's Dispen-ary
Med .cat Association, GC3 Main Street, r.ufTaio.
Never gots full?ti o contribut o 1 box.
dyspeptic, constipated, should address, with
ten Centn In alamra for treatise. World's Dis?
pensary Medical Association. CUj Main Street.
lliifTalo, N. Y._
MUsSu-nn B Anthony bus bren nirirg her
[ e'oquonco in Chie ig \
rtENSMAN's PrrroxiZKn hkep tonic, the only
preparation of beef containing its entire nufrf
lions properties. It contains blood-makinc
forcc.gemTuling and life-sustaining properties,
invaluable for Indigestion, dyspepsfa, nervine
prostration, and all forms of general debility;
also, in all enrcehlcd conditions, whether the
result of exhaustion, norvous prostration, over?
work oraeuto disease, particularly if result!lie
from pulmonary eoniplnint.s. Caawell.Hamrd*
.'o., l'roprietors, New York. Sold by druggists.
The hue Charles MnrKh, of Cleveland, car
riod 300,000 do.l .rs insurnneeon his lifo.
"I?lck It Up Qulek."
Among tho 150 kinds of Cloth Bound D>1
lar Volumes given nway by the Hoehes'.o.
(N. Y.l ilmerfcan Rural Home, tor $1 sub?
scription to that 8 |>ngo, 48 column, 10 yoar
old, Weekly, [all Sx7 inches, from 3X) to 930
pages, hound in cloth,] aro:
Ltw Without Law- Donelson's [Medical]
Family Cyclopedia. Boys' Useful Pas
Farm Cyclopedia. timo?.
Farmers' and Stock- Fivo Years Befor-j
breeders' Guido. the Mast.
Common Sense in Peoples' History of
Poultry Yard. United States.
Worl 1 Cyclopedia. Un vorsal History of
Popular History Civil all Nations
War, both sides.
Any one book and paper ono yoar poitpit i,
for $1.15 only I Satisfaction guaranteed. Ref
irence: Hon. C K. Pausons, Mavor B-ich
or, 11 years past, Samples a.j. RuitAl. Homb
Co., Lto., Rochester, N. Y.
David Davis waa always callo.t n million?
aire, but he only left8??,00U.
3 months' trontment for 60c. I'jsn's Kcmei|y
for Catarrh. Sold by drusgist?..
Many a luxuriant head of hair Is produced
by Hull's llulrKenewcr.
Ague Iii I'a moat miiliunrii.t form. Is cured
Oy lukliiK Ayrt'S AguB CUi?:
Wo Appeal IO llM'rrlnu-r;
For ? lolig Ibuc wo atcadily refused lo pub?
lish lestlnvdnluls, believing that. In tlio opinion
?if I lie public generally, tlio groat majority
wcro minufacttired to order by Unprincipled
parties ivs a means of disposing of tbelr worm
i m preparations.
TUat this view of the caso Is to a certain ex?
tent true, there enn bu no doubt.
At last, sovoral years ago, wo cntno to tin
cotiMitfiort that every bitnllliK.nl person can
readily Ulscrlidlnlllc between r-|)urlcflM nnd
uonanoa testimonials, and determined lb use
its advertisements n few of the many bin -
drctbi of unsolicited certificates Inourpossos
I ii ilolnff Ibis, wc published tbetn a< nearly as
pntsiblo in the exact language used by our cor?
respondents, only changing tbe phraseology, in
some cases, so us to compress Ihcin into a
smaller spuco than they would otherwise
nccupy, but without in Ilm lean! exaggerating
dr dcidfuylug the meaning M Hl? ? Hlerei
We ate glud to say that oar llnnl conclusion
mn cUrjretil one?thill il letter fefcuitrtlolid
ing nn article having true mv.it Hull* favor
? Ith Ihn people.
'I be original of every tcstimon'al published
i>y us m on lllo in oar ofllco, mi Inspection of
nhloli will prove to th ? most skeptical Unit our
ntairtlon mnde nhovc, thai only the facts arc
Kii on as they appear llioro'.n, la true.
ls.it as Ii would he very Inconvenient, if not
impossible, for all ol our friends to call on us
mi Unit purpose, we invite those who doubt (if
?bore bo mich), |o Porres pond with any of the
parties IVKoM names ore tignod la our l<;stb
'ii.iiiill's; pud nok He'll' if we have nii'.do any
iiii-s'atomcnts, so fur as IhUIf knOwlbdgK ex?
tends, in this article, la oile r word-, if wo
have not published their letter-as nearly ver?
bat iia as possible.
B. T. iiA/.r. LT INK,
Proprietor Plao's Cure for (iuitsumpttmi
and I'urn's Itomcdy for Catarrh,
Wn append n. recent letter, which 'nine to in
entirely Unsolicited! With Uertttisfllon to bub'
II h 111 .
Il vvroN. (j'.ilo, .ran. ii. 1?1.
Yon nt.ty add my t-il hit my its Id tile merits
if I'isd'tl .fluni for Consumption. I loik a
. ivere cdld la-*t Fein nary, which sottlcd on my
liens. They bscnuo afoerated and wore s>
a i nfill thui i hnd no rest for two days nnd
ntghls. i not a bottle of i'.sa's Ouro for Con
.- l aplioa, and was rel eve I by the lime I h id
taken halt ol It. Since that t nie i liavo kept
PI o's Cure in tlio house, und use it na a pro
niillva; Holllful hlitg troubles and crdtlp, for
rhfoh I can recommend < B1 the best modi
Ill ? i ever Modi and that is -ir. I m; aifrentdoal,
if I have used at least twenty others, hesidei
a ait m many physician *' proscriptions.
? nit Cure for Consumption ho* never fulled
;'vo relief in my family.
a? 8orin?rncld st.
STiiAtfiin ic.i vmir trtil hems nnd ,*h"cS with
i.j'tln'.s Ib id ntUIIciltili aiid wear tnchl again.
a Cure of rneiimonln.
Mr, I). II. Darnnby, of Oivego, N. Y., ray
that bis daughter was laben with a violen
e ld schieb terminated with pneumonia, an'
nil thobnst physicians Bavo the case bp and
Med she could live hula few boar, at most. S!i
Was in this condition when a friend rccolrt'en I
e?l Int. \,V>r. IIaMi's Uai^am ro? tum Lokoj,
and advised her lo try il. Bhd ttcfidptdd It i
s lust resort, ami was surprised lo Und Ihntl
i pirduccd a marked chaa ;e for th" belter, ua 1
1 bj persevering a permanent cure whs directed.
If >? ai feel as though water was caUmrlna
? round list heart il'i-ai i-d'up vi or liuVu ht'aft?
rllflllllH||?i>tJi|,lllltiU.uil ((f i In- lac i l M ii h salt
I e.lll(lil.;iMii)1;liln il,'li.:iii ' H.nili'f Or: Kilmer's
i)ci:.\.-.-\' i:i:li fegulttie . cm in IsUlill I ::!? ???
bd Y?? FeeF
At: ttr d out, a'nioal pr>. triit il, ?rllhotil ?pp ff,
a r uns, de, ie ssl and ile|pon>>nt? Hood's Sur
n a I iawlttgtre ;oi t'.rengt? nml rlg.sr, r.-.tiro
uu : ?l:nr; on intir appetite, liu.Id up ytttr ii.tvo'js
sy-t -in u i t elo.ir yo-ir min I.
Po yn hays plitiples srid Iki|U hrpnkili.1 "al
oil iniir lii.ilr, .erinruhliN-mo B( bUticfccstatf btbef
liftl.'jiiuii, bf bitpdra iitn.ul? ihsii*., binmpaFitld
Will reni .ve rvi r'y vrsilve of illljiurlty n.id irltalixa
?mi rhrieh hi.- lil-ii t:
Do von h ive h >n bielie, indlgesttriri. HeaHtinrri. itbf
tr.-iwnfler.eating, raininess,or oiii-r synipldnt^ of
ay?p-l?ln? Ilub.l's Banapartlla win lone up t:i>
dtgettlreorgans, minore every disagreeable iynip
loin imil completely eure you.
Ho you hare pslns in tu ? Imek and ihr dlMsr.*eatil ?
rvlilcncrairfdifficultieswilti th- fchiney* or liver.'
Hood'* Soriaparllla route i these or-^ani lo Ihelr
I ro|H-r'diitli f mm rnntdm lllein lo reAUt IIm n'ttoeiis
ordlseSse Olro n n Irlali
rolduy hittiittnidi, $:; si< r.^rsr rrepwsi bciy
lo f. I. liddliic >., Ap'attieear'l -i, i.-.w,-a. Hui
IOO Dosos Ono Ooilai
?g fj?s in irs r?a CP ft ?i
BORAX SOAP w
Clenssesi iinvKlc. ami mittles el el U es ? Mio
nn I s,icl'li Bxccllnitl fttr iirilll nUttTUilfe
roll im ii tut Lhra iiuli. fat-knie fcreryvi iiergi
i i'.v?. i
FOS ONE OOLLA.R.
A fir-t eta a I lellnuary gotten irnl ai rmall
rieeloeneourigj Uie.-t i.l. i.f i.ie Oer.uaii
angwute. It g.eea i n.I. Ii . ..r.ls irltu th
; r ii:ui...|iilv?l.ll s.nn ! Hernia uvnr.|-Wl ii I II [ll-ll
'..|lnl Intl.. A v, ri- cnelll .k. -s Ii.I AI.OII I ?
itiiuli I-1 It. ilOi si;, ill i Ic.'iiiii \.
?. . Lltyt and sit "it- "' lues. In''?? '?> ? ? ??:? il i l
warded FIRST PREMIUM
. C THE WtMIWI'S r..M''ls:TtO\. New Crlein...
?mof.el* llli|M.rln..t pi.l.n.l.-.l IMI'KOS'KMKNTS.
? ivT miE 1.1 YOufl I'OREY. fu'? ?SriraT?lSS
r.llrFAlQ GOAIE COMPAtlY,BUrFAtQ,!!.Y.
Oft. KILMEiTS <;:,<:, of ov Ivo wc
meet bns SOmo form of
Heart. Disenscnnri i ilncon
Mantiumirer or Atsiptcxy,
Ilia keunsiy K ^uiaku, re?
lieves, eoirrcta Rial cunts.
I rrrerored r.t It. Kilmer1
!?!? i t m A.iv. I'hiehamtos, N, V
ul.1 hy l*riisvi*(s
lai n.hi.M tree. ^-y. m
11AC11'M:1'0.,CoIuqi.c.,0. K.1.K?.. Ilo
?EST IN THE WOUI
The most benuti
ful anil tint-M iniie.l c i^t-. s
In ib.- world. Low ftlwf,
pries. nujIK ,!J,
r*;i.Tni<*nl. SendforC'alaliiKiie. AilTi;, y . ^
Weaver_OrRan & Piano llo..vr?S.K'
w J UtS tit in .in part . Us. It insti.on'n y.Mldi
CUM? f I.f 0 for rreelpl for I lie led IIIik?! PaiiRer
i? km.vn. i.n.l pr paie it i nur.-ell.
A. Whkat. It.h 'i-ll'eaill, (tAtes f'o.. N. Y.
.WOKs, orarlan. flbrohl nud f.itty. ouml t<\
it IIClV pMicri-h, wtihulit ftitdllK' it ilaiiK'T. Ail
*, Kamtai'IUM, Union spriiinH. N. Y.
to S8n tiny. framplM worth $1.5? FREE.
Lim n not ander tin* horss'a feet. Aiiiirtvs
mtkWaTKIt'.-.SaFBTV IUMS llOLDKR, llollv.Ml h.
to Soldiers* 11 irs. s mdalams
f,.r Uirclllsrs, COL. I- III.SO.
1IAM. Att'y. Waablugton, It. O.
Heeplns Teeth FcrfTct nnd Guina Iloullby.
Fat Hrptj or ?ti?i1 r**nt*?all t't*u Tbe Mmiqiil ?Ihn
Mtmntf tvMMltM? MmI toty uStA.ut.ty in:? tiflt ?.
!' A M, \ IM) 0allhry. KPOHTINC AS?D VA
lil?itr-.ua r.wio...,,. 1>IAIM.I?J PI It!
?^l.x-.wi. R lond?. H WMil.* 5QSES. ?t>d o>
Iinr?hia ll"? t'imiof tb.il Mau
... 11 ij.iil Unclmu.
?MIHI tut. thd i
(o (rf?(lrt- fhj waf
BEST TQNIC ?
UufekM r.lid cmUMptely Cnrt-ii l>>?p, psln Ih All
Ulm Ilm RppntH?, and ald? llio nF-Mmlluil?li 61 fototj.
MR. Olus. Tiiumah. IMItnr uf H.r.iM. Chnnibori.
Inirx. IV. aar-: " i uwl Drawn1* Iron Bittern fur
I)v i|>..|nlv It hicramed my npiwlito and Itaowl
?M?. NHSHOMI RtnCHBb r.-meror. Ohio, rnjs:
? ' nulfercd with I>)H|K)ii(iia in its wont
4n.Bg wuhout vimhlng socr;
fnrm. iI .
?'ter. (.'.mlil .|,.. ? |?,t i.lll
W is |. r-.i;,,t,,,l totiy Ilr.i
Diictnrs (h'l nut help nr j,
n*n lmn Hilters,im with
t/HotVM tliKYiltAi, ? <>.. BALTUlaw
I' H ii 30
Ollheri HI?T. Co., 3 Ifl-3lS llhontiirny. N; Y
(ho inn litnc that print*
. .Mainly on (ha Klruc m tho
I wmnRnfilr "four Drei,? Linings
si??4 Hi'full name of ttau Company oa
, 7^. isrrj-niril.irii.nvNivrinnkr.Wll
havca snin-dfo Ihn benefit of tin-dreiouiiaitcrsancl
a "V ;.c "oio.voietp,i,.<e,.f thirteen thollrand
tlull.iri .1,? ?l o.r Oils mnvlilue. i h it ihi v may kni)\w
h'l.vl,) n il u'unliin from tlie lin l.illon. Wo
li.iv.. rim In I i ? Iius* ums in ni.-lit nn.l day. lire of
i.i-hii in.i. ii ii s. an i rue ,nr tins-muelilncricnn print
/l.S.Mild. per in i...In. Mnv, we should Hit,! to know
li.nv iiuiu.v s -.i miI k r.? nml lines liiere art! 111 tin. u.S.
nn.l i n.indn, under 1, yaw of nie. ubo run IrJll lit
i-lly how innny yards thus" ". ?'-'
r nl In the iiul
ir. For every
t answer, with
4 reins in -damp, to nay p.. t iKc mi l packing, wo will
Mall urall: one i In miu Imp.Tl n ?Ire 1'liotnnrnpb,
2?f!" V-V ",r. ">???/'I'hree l.ittlo .Hold* from
rsehool. ? Wnwlll al niimll iree lo nnv address,
mi receipt or i: ?.. n llisToitr or Tin: I'sitcd States
i" ' ," "?>' -' ,J I'-'K";. ??? Bni-ry ? . Childs, giving all
niiiorl iui nvmis fr.inl id; tn mi. nml ?eil worm
? in t.vluil.-sd.prl... Oils lH>.ik?lu.lll,|hn the teil
in. ii torsrl..a nml In tin- hunts ?fall tradier? and
In everv l l.rary In the Inn I. I'lensi show this to
your .--ebon! nein, ami friend-.
2^ cts.BUYS AHORSE
i;? .i; K-'lliig yini limi t" DKI'KO'l'ana
<a^y cUlfH UIBBAfiK In lhi< vnlnablo anl
iiuil To n I ran therljk of limlns: your Home for
?rant of k'hoWltl.hcu In egN liltn. trhi? ?Je. wil Ipir
iir a Titfntita liny duo and Inf irm ynnraalf.
h aicille? fir nil lli-if j lli-ta-e.?. Plates pllowlns
,i iw Ti Ii ttv> *jia llolal?. Mol ?MtpaM <?f
: ? eenta in Ktniiiiis.
x. y. nonRR hook co.,
IW Leonard St., N Y. City. _
ROOHi A^EViT'S WATVTiHO for
I W ftvjLil?ES
? Livi.voTUtrriisFoii head am? iieaut,
JS if ti11JJ. G o i t ffh.
:'.nr?lr,-.,life wrk,arlai falle? thriillne Inter.
r.ih-llt. inno nml cm il, full of
f-i'i. ?1, 3ffl It Vaadea
t?*i.liter and ts.iis ' it ?t?lj cl \;>jnt ni
. !??">?? ?i-l l'.vi'l. i M.. ?...?.'. i v lie,. I.VMaN AB.
lltllTTi lOilli .Ik.iiI, Wn.ii:!; M,.J Wnnnn. #100
1 /??>? tr-Jylif. Writ.- it,- rirrlifan ti
1 CO, llurtiord, UgaAl
A. II. WOIiJ IIlMiTOM .
' ^>7/f/5?'^V?A STrP ADVANCE
^-t./r^S^T- OF ALL OTHERS.
A New Plan.
I n c lo s i" G ^fei?/J
BE IN bilOS. A CO.
Newark, n. j.
ti 'mi?l?>?. rtlnlrlirai P?ea1y or Oily ?kln,
-\ ilemUlip? and nil ftklii Di?e.lsrJ? fjiirtni
DJ ml Coiindexlnii Rnniillfioil liy
8 Fe3'Ca's /rciua i5 Alum Sulphur Soap. -
s-o-.i i.v Pn .i ii s i r neat by mill on receipt of 9
O". ? nt? y W.W. IMtKYD IIM'EI,. ^lunti-l
riirtiirei'i 'JOS Nor h Croat; t., Phi ndctphla. Pa. H
for n Ii.no and then Itn.u ttmin relura a?raln, 1 mean a
riilim-.l euro. I Inv,. ninil.. llio dl^ea^p uf PITS.
I.KI'SY or FAIXINO HCKN|M8 a lifo-lunir ?tutly. j
No Ropa lo Cut Ofl Horses' Wanes
? vi.-i r ui-.i ' Hfll.lP-. ? > IIALTBIt
iiikI KltlOl.K ?lambliisrf. eann
.,? supp,. i |iy ?,., home. Sninid
Halter tn any part .if ;j. s. free
recolpl of $1. Bolilby all Saddle.
Hardware an I II .rues, Healer
Si.eeisi dlneo'int lo Ilia Trade
j. c. 1.1 r; i it hoc; se.
DOl.f.AttS each for Xna and
/ier/icisk1vi no 'I a ( n I nks.
tVarnall <?>.) r.,;. S.nl on Iri.llf.l
.Ird. ligyj.ml.uil .... |I5 lo? 5.
Orr.,..,-!, rns. i r..i. Wrli. forl RfiKrlr.
c.lw will 10-1, le.ii,.,n r,..?, ?.,,.?.,
StO. 1AV.M; A l o. II U.lionri>eSl.,tLlnia?.
iPuttv'f? K?9'c> G caiEnglish Gout and
JU:!Iff I l3<Oa Rht-uinatic Remedy.
il.OOl round. Ml eta.
r, Washington, U. C.
>?o for UVSI'KPSIA A I KOI.
i s3 OX.sriON. A.Mr Rs .1. M.
1 hm SIH.M.Y. Cbarl.it f. N. O.
NAMK QUICK f.r I'ror. Maadt'i K?a lliniraua
Hook ?ii llr.-., JlAliiiK. ii..lmn.i. mud Mnnll)
eU.ASiaUKll llladal. I'ror.lmllllV.llnrlanstl.O.
A lift UM
Or WARD & CO
IIAI.K or VAJB IIKAKNISS ASH
knblcnad nulck euree. Trial pan
' l,y null PURR A.Idrcit
. LOUISIANA. MO.
ti has taken the Irad la
ll.e. ees ?I that das? oi
? eii.c.lie.. .mil hat girea
aiint.ii univeital utlliae,
ClhMwon the fa.or of
the p.il.llr and now rankt
amnne u,e leading M.dl
ciae.c.f ihe n.ldnrn.
A. L, SMITH.
n ii ? I will liffp yon dry ht
A pcfrrt TMlllJT s-Ont, ? n ,1
e f enn\nn win out Clio "PUh
. J. Tower, Itaalnn, Mam.
ORFOLjS & WESTERN RAILROAD.
Tim Table is EjrriCT NOVBMREn 23. lS8i.
10 30 a m
12 17 p m
11 24 a m
l.v l.vnchburg?! l?d?i ? IP pro ?J
l.T Liberty 3 04am JOflPtt faOam
I.vlt. ?<nke Jli.m ioSffili Jfqoanl
l.v < I ristlanburg 190am saopm 1017 am
5 40 p m 10 :A ?id
Ln Cet ral
6 W a m 718 pm
666am 805 pm
tr*bnily, (nan j except Sunday*
l/njlof nnd Nleepln* Care between Br!
irid LlriiCHbnrg od Train? So. 1 nud 3.
I.eaTe Narfb'k CtOim. dallyi Ithd tl.SS a fit,
dally Arrive Itlcboiond 10.65 a ru dally I "
Potoraburg for all points on lino of N- &
and IMpm, dally,
l.nirn Richmond via R. & P. R. R. at 8 35 a ril,
dally exoepl Snnday, connecting with No. 3 west
bound at Per ?
W It- It.
I.cnTc Richmond rla lt. P. R. R. dally at 10.49
5 '".?-*!"? *-**P mi arrives at Norfolk 3.20 p m, dally
?Dil 0.10 pin dully.
, I.enve Rlcbmoi ?t<
A. It. Ri at 8 uu a in and
bun at 2 00 p m and 3.09 a m, coonccUng with
dally except Sunday Tla R. &
" JDpi. arriving at Lynch
tralnson Western Division.
^.l'ohnian PalacoJSfcepera Roanoke to Atlanta oa
No. 3 and Roanoko to New Orleans
No 3 I No 4 No 23
Lt Bristol ?17 15 pm ?6 35 am
Abhurton 10 44 " 6 57am
Marlon 11*1 ? 7 53am
" Wyiherlll? 12 44 am 9 08am_
KSfiSjftl T a 05am 10 Mam |350pm
L* Cbrl tlansburg 2 37am 10 43 a m 3 11pm
J.v HoanokS 44Sam 1165am 4 50 pm
Lv Liberty S 88 a in 12 55 pm "
Ar Lynchburg 700am
?7 60a m
0 49 a m
10 37 a m
12 2U p in
13 35 pm
2 30p ill
8 20 p m
?3 30 p m
5 30 p m
6 10 p m
tJ?-?Laily. J Daily except Sunday,
At Roanoko Nos. 2 and 4 connects with Sbcnan.
(loan Valley railroad. No. 4 hasPultmm alocpers
to Now York without chanROTia H. V. railroad and
llHt-riaburK. No. 4 ban Pullman sleepem to Waah
Injcton, without cha-i;c, via Baltimore * Ohio rail,
At LytichburK. Virginia Midland railroad learea
for tho North 7 20 a m dally except Sunday and 2 00
P in and 1 60 a in dally; leaves Lyiichbnrx 010 un
and 41r>5 am daily for the South.
Richmond and Allcgbany railroad leaven Lnieh
bujTS at 2 W p m and lit 30 p in orrivlog ai Richmond
S i?? p m and 7 00 a m dally oioiMit Suridny.
No. 2 luakns conuootlon vtn Petersburg for Rich
POOnd. arriving at Klchmond 130 r* m dallr. At
Norfolk No. 2 arrivoa J M p m, connecting with Bay
Line Bteamor leaving Norfolk dally except Sundny
for Balilmoro at G 00 and with Old Dominion for
New -lore oil Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and
Saturday and, with N. Y-, P. 5 N. ml I road dully,
leaving Noi folk at 6 pm.
NEW RIVER DIVISION.
p ni Arr.
p m Lto.
P in I.vo.
p in I.vo.
p in I.vo.
p m I.vo,
P m I.ve.
I.ve. 8 41 a m
I.ve. Ill 61 a m
I.ve. 11 is a ???
Arr. 2 M p m
AH Inquiries as to rates, routes, etc. pronintlv an.
Jf you aro going to travel drop a letter or postal to
_^ ALLAN HULL,
Traveller; 1'an.onKer Alton!,
(I,., Roanoko. Va.
311 AS. OVEMiT, .:. . ....
Vitts President, ?'???.?'.
w. it. hftfiL,
_Oenoral Pasnmr-cr r.nd Tlckot Agent.
General Offices, ltoannlto, Va.
?piCHJTOND & ALLEGHENY R. R
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS.
Af CHf 'n Fg.
it Rai. Kalls
It Clift'n Frp;.
ar Bal. Knlls
?3 90 a m
11 20 a m
1 4" p m
S 40 p ffl
8 30 p m
7 02 p m
10 00 p m
10 M p ?
lv tilft'n Krp;.
ai liaL 1'alls
? 35 p m
10 SO a ni
7 00 a m
1 00 p m
6 30 p m
9 45 a m
10 30 a m
? 7 Oi'. a m
1 00 p in
1 no p m
2 15 p m
8 to p m
fi 37 a m
6 15 a in
8 55 a m
9 10 ?'
11 25 m
1 00 p m
7 00 p m
I in a m
9 05 a m
10 00 a m
t? ?0a m
8 4& "
6 00 p m
7 35 p m
110 p m
9 SU )i m
9 40 p m
1 59 a m
7 CO a m
Trains marked ? dallr exce t Snnday; Trnln
marked t daily; Trains marke 1 daily except Mod
At Clifton Force with l\ A O. Ry. for the South?
west, Northwest and WeM; at I ynchbiirg with N.
& W. Ity, for all points South Southeast and South?
west; and Va. Mid. Ry. for all points North and
South. At Richmond with Associated Railways for
all points In the South und K. F. A P. It. It. for all
points North; at Lexington with D. A o It. It
makinzclnsi connection at Hamper's Ferry to and
fiom Plttsburg and the West; also, to points North
J. H. MACMURDO,
Q. V; A, Richmond. Vs.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAILROAD
8, F. Tyler, Receiver.
Time Table in effict NOVEMBER 88, 188>.
/ llazerstown 0.10 am 0.31pm
Antietain - 0.43 " 7.00 "
?hcplcrdstown 0.60 " 7,u3 "
Rlicnntidnali Junction 7.03 " 7.21 "
I'liarlcstown - 7.17 " 7-37 "
liivorton - - 8.29 " 8.ti "
I.uray - 9.55 " 9.43 "
Mllnes - 10.42 " 10.35 "
Wayneshoro Junction 12.01 m 11.45 "
Natural llridt;e - 2.11 pm 1.41 am
Itoanoko - . 3.45 pm 3.1J am
Atlanta . .
No. 3 has Pullman Sleeper New York to Atlantla,
0a., without change, via. Ilarrisburi; and Roanokc,
nnd a Sleeping Car Baltimore to Luray, via W. ,M.
It R No 1 flan Pullman Sleeper Washington to New
Orleans without change via B. ft O. railroad and
At Ungcrstown. Md., with the Western Maryland
llaiiroad to and from Baltimore, Frederick,
Kimnlttjbnrg, Gettysburg, 1'enmar, Waynesboro,
Pa? and points on thj Western Maryland railroad
With Cumberland Valley railroad to and from
Ilardsburg, C?r IbIo, SblppentbUrg, Chnmborsburo;,
Merccrstiunr, MartHlii.- tiuri', and points o ? (bo Cum
l>crland Valley railroad and branches
Also to and from Pittsburg and tho West and
Northwest, and Boston, New York, Philadelphia
ind the tlortb and East.
At Shcnnndoab Junction. W. V;, with Main Lino
if Baltlmoro and Ohio Railroad to and from Wssh
ngton and thj Wei'.
At Wathesboro Junction, Va., with Chceapcako
ind Ohio railway to and from Oreenbrler White
Sulphur Sp.lux? and Richmond.
No. 4 makes close connect ions with
C. & O. lt. lt. Kast. bound trains Icav
iiifr WnynesOoro Junction at 4 ?ii p.
M. No :t makes close connection
West Bo in I lenvlnir Waynesboro
^liotl^n at; L3Q P. JJU J. rU
At Loch Laird, Witt) Lexington braoeb ef Bld>
nond and Allegheny railroad.
At BoclunarTWlS Malu line of IUctanond UM?
At lloauoke, with Norfolk and WasUm raiUoai.
At Boyee, f?r Mldwoo J and Wluehcater, V?- ?*>
At TrontTllle for IMjicatUe, . ^
jtaniUnl Time. Express r;Jpr5p
TJth Meridian, No. t. l>o- t.
noanoko_. laMr. m. 3 ???*..??
Natural Bridge. 138 " 61? ?
Loch Laird. 2iS 522
Warucabar? Junction ?37 7<j>
9lO 8 4?
7 14 10 20
pS-ionctto, Sf. ,n|
A I.HI VP
Arrlvo Washington 10 31 P. * > ? *>.
? ?l?nV-?-"-- "?A.?. -09-\.
B ft o. r. B.
VV. at. H. R 13 ?1 A. at- ? 00 r. Hj,
Leavo n?(!cr.lowrl ? ?' i m 12 m - u
Arrlvu llarrisbur,' J 0? a xi 3 30 P at
u. v. r, It. ? ?
Phlla l-. fuhia 4 i'5 A H 0 50 P m
P. B. B.
Now York 700am 9 35 pm
No-. 4 m-ikesclo'e connection wiirTO ft o, It It.
earn an i west bound Iraim- No? 3 iuaki? clo???eon
IPVthm west h mi.el,
Prt limn lluir u eir. dally, o i No. 4 from Atlanta
lo Mott York, witti >'? t chaiiMc, sit Larrisburv. aim
alsu rullrfiitn secner K-nr Oricaua Sm,Washlnslon
via alcri, IW.luottfnn.l bhLuaudu.tlrsuiicilou.aiul
k- ft o- r It. ' . .
Als i f.ir.or car on No. i imr.T ?<?:-. Lur.iv and Dal
tlinirJ via II n ratow.i a-l 1 W. If. R K.
o. HOWARD JtL'VtH
<lcn. Pas., ami Tie.i l Agent
DAVID W. PMUKWlil. It >W? .k?. Via.
o-Jl- FUTTKHEIt. Supcriiiir.-u.uui
Pr.-nAgi. Hsgenitowu, Md.
Philadelphia his 014 ch-irchcs, or ones
for every ?70 Voters; 21fi public schools,,
or one for ever 714; 1,005 bakeries^ or^jjj
one fort vor j 100; 3,434 relnil groceries,
or o:ic for every fifty one; nml 8,059
liquor saloons, or one for every twctity
nine votui?_ _ *
Frank Grosch is a hotol proprieto?
at Wernersville, Tn. Hccontly bo rer
coived a letter from Washington asking
whether ho could accommodate Presi?
dent Clovolnnd and brido for a few
weeks. Thin loiter appears to have
been tbo work of somo unauthorized
person. Grosch ut onc-j wrote to Con
I grossman Erniontrout, who represents
' his district, and be promptly wrote
Col. Lamont for further particulars.
Col. 1 .nimmt denied tbo report. In tbe
moantimo tho news wns heralded
thoughout tho country, which brought
many letters and tolegrams of inquiry.
Thon sovornl papers hinted that the
Prcsidont had bottor kcop away from
that resort unless ho wonted to reduce"
his woight by starvation. This, Grosch
claims, in very ruinous to ?him, and be
is now preparing to bring a suit against*
somo ono?who, it is not kuowi??fox
John Ui skin, boing nskod for aid in
poying off a church debt, roplictl by
letter thus: "I am sorrowfully amused
at your appoal to me, of all people in I
(ho world, tho precisely least likely to I
givo you n farthing. My first word to
all men and boys who caro to hear me *}
'Don't got into debt. Stnrvo, and I
go to heaven; but don't borrow. Try
first begging. I den't mind, if it's
roa'ly needful, stealing. Hut don't buy
thiugs you can't pay for.' And of all
manner of debtors, pious people build
iug churches thoy can't pay for ore tho
most detestable nonsense to mo. Can't ,
you preach and pray behind tho hedges,
or in a sand-pit, or in a coa'.-holo first?
And of all manner of churches thus "
Idiotically built, iron churches are tho \
dnmnablest to mo. And of all tho sccta,; r
and beliovora in any ruling spirit, Hin'- C
doos, Turks, I'oathor Idolaters and ,
Mumbo Jumbo Dog and Fir.i Worship?
ers who want churches, your modern
English Evangolical sect is tho most
absurd and ontirely objectionable and ;i
unendurablo to mo. All of which yon i
might very easily have found out from
my books. Any other sort of Sto?t
would, botoro bothering me to write it
Tue expulsion of tho princes from
Franco is, on its face, an exhibition of
national woakness, says tho Indinnapo- '
Iis Journal. It would soem that these
] few mon could be "taken care of with?
out tho no easily of sending thorn out
of the country. Yet, in another way,
their expulsion may havo been in the
interest, of the peoplo and the proserva
| tion of poacc. It is not reassuring to"*'
i havo a number of men plotting it'- ? (
'| oh an go tho form of government. The ill
oxisting government, whatever may bo^1
j thought of its excellence, is I he gorern- r
ment, and as such must tako every
measure for its perpetuation. Self
preservation is as commendable in gov?
ernments as in individuals. Tbo ex?
isting government in every caso must
ho recognized as the truo ono until.
Buch timo as tho peoplo shall compel a
change. And until such change is
brought about it must be admitted that
tho existing government is possessed
of the right to enforce its wishes. Tho
expulsion of tho princes may or may
not be wise, but of tho right of tho gov?
ernment to send them out of tho bov
dors of Franco there can bo no (.no:**
tion. It is an axiom in national law
that tho ex'sfng order of things, is
Iho proper order of things, and
must be accepted, with tho alternative
of fighting,, unless n change can bo
brought about in a legislative way,
which has not been possiblo in this in?
stance. 'Ihe government of Trance
doubtless wishos lo impress the plot?
ting princes that it was not c onsidorod
' in good form to preach treason in t'.io
republic. Tho doctrino is a wlio'e
some ono, and ono that is generally
sought to bo enforced. Tho princes
might ns well mako up their minds
that thoy will havo to go for tho pres?
ent. Tho prince bus'ness is not as
popular in France as it has been in the
Before the reign of King Alfred
Blavos in England could own nothing;
under his legislation thoy worn per?
mitted to disposo by will of what was
given them, or what they could earn in
their frco hours. -/
There is said lo be more umlovol
oped land in Iho Stalo 3f Maine Mian,
ill tiny Western Stato. j