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TIM O)Twtoki FOR Til: o' .
Tie Optimisici v. of lii% ,;,port L.i'ie-.
(Fr-om i S.-. an i Do.r :ran. Z.)
This is a good age to be born iu: the
infant of to-day whose life is prolonged
to the alou-td term will See more wonders
than any of his predeeessors have seen.
and if the world continies- to progres
as fast as it has i.u progressinig during
the past Seventy YVears, the opp 0orttmles
will ie I before hin of fortunate eare'r.
He will be in a larger sphere al nuder
greater respunsibilities, bout te e
that is required of hini the stronger will
he his 1ower of ac-hive m ent. 3101 always
rise to the Occasion. I f al Vwrk is to
be accomplishe. soreboy i s sure to:
come forward and take it in hand. No
matter how arduous the iind takiig, if
it is within the0oe (of human prowess
its coipletion will not be suffered to fail.
It may be hindered. thwarted. misdi
rected, but in the end it will be success
ful. Rivalry is the powerful motor by
which great enterprises are impelled, and
the zeal with which nien are competing
with others for the foremost places in
the domain of industry and of art makes
tle contest for spllriority intensely ex
citing. Lverybody wants to be in it; to
stay out is to be fost sight of. And so
year bv-vear multitudes of new aspirants
are enteing the lists; the strife for posi
tion is increasing, and the results of the
honorable emulation are exceedingly
TILE PZISD1sTIe .:Ew.
(Frcm the chr:stiqr. Uion. Dec. : )
Taking all in all, the lot of a boy
thiown entirely upon his own resources
in this city is little less than hopeless.
Even if permitted to live at home, the
boy who is forced to go upon the streets
or into the factories before he has
strength or education to do good work is
probably doomed to remain an unskilled
workman all his life. Every year nanu
facturing is carried on upon a larger and
larger scale, and the division of labor is
becoming greater and greater. As a re
sult of thisnot only does the gulf between
capitalist and labor widen, but there
widens with it a gulf between skilled
labor and unskilled. The boy who goes
into the factory does not learn the busi
ness, cannot lay up capital. The time
was when the boy who went in at the
bottom could come out at the top. Is
this possible in New York City to-day?
Clor of the I -ar.
The close of the- veiar brings along with
it a mingled feei::g (if iduess aid ucilan
choly--of gladness in tLe anticipation of
brighter days to conic with the advent of
the New Year. and of memiucholy in re
flection.s on the tleetin ntiurerof tini, and
the gradual approach to the inevitable goal
in the race of life. That .o interestiing an
occasion should he istginguishcd by sane
observance or cereiony appeairs but a:1t
ural. and we accordigyINk Itnd vario-s eus.
ton, prevail. some sportive, others sei'ou.
and others in whi-h hath the mirthful and
peusive moods are imermitged.
One of the best known and most general
of these customs is. that of sitting till 12
o'clock on the night of Ih! :;lt Deenmber,
and, then, when the eventful hour has
struck, proceeding to the house door. and
unbarring it withreat 'rmality to let ouit
the Old and let in the New Year. This
evening is :i favorite orei''in for so'.a
gatherings. the assemibledl friends welccomn
ing together the iri bi of oter 1ahe
Time's ever-incr.ad- th-ougn- or-h
g t h4r k",''
A ctstotn prevails. abls of navimg 11 nud
night service in the various paus of war
i!ipon the last uight et the y l- the ote
.sion being deemed peculiarly adapce ho't b
for pious meditations and I hakfulness 'a
als for the recepticam and tetenition of re
ligrious imipressionls. The pattgin.g aLway of
tie Old Year and the arrival i f his success-I
or is a serious oIccasioni. At sucht a1 mo1
mein, painful retteetionis will obtrude them
selves, of time misspenmt and opportunities
neglcted, of the iieetingt~ niture of huani
existence and en joymnen, andl~ that ere many
more years have elapsed, our joys :m sor
rows, our hopes and forebodings. will all.
with ourselves, have becamie tingsz of the
past. Such is the dark side of the i'uestion.
but it has also its sunny de and its silver
'For Hope shall brigzhtea <days to) comel
And Memory gild the past.'
And on such an occasioni as we are- c-ntemu
plating, it is both more iole and more p~rof
iible'to take a cheerful and reo~ssuringz
view of our condition. antd that of human
ity-in general-laying aside futile retlections
on past imprudence andi mismnagem'ent.
and resolving for the future to doi ouat
most in fultilling our diuty to God and our
A Notet in One Chapter.
k-rtLarA, Ga.. Dec. 27.-Sixteen years
ago there lived in Bradley county. Tennm..
avyoung farmer named George F. Priest.
.lle had been hu: a year married to onet of
the most beautifuli ziris in the countuy, -and
in anlticipattiont of the( birth of an hir had
Mis~s Kaitie .Jeriganm installed as an mamate
of his house for the purpose of aiding 3Mrs.
Priest while the latter wvas ill. Au intima
ey sp.runmg up betwien Priest ad the girl
wideh~f took~ such shape tl1:tt they dismp
peared together before 31rs. .Priest was
wveil. For years the wvronmted wife mourned
he-r loss. andi tlast-forgot her recreamt
hiusbanid. ::everal~ nmouths ago she was sar
prised to receiveta letter fromi Hleard county,
Ga., from ai friend of hers who was travel
ing through thamt sec! ton. i le said a visit
there woultd prove interesting~ to her. In
duei tiine M rs. P'riot was5 up~on tihe scenie.
and. accompmlanied by hter brother, walke.'
in uploflncr long-lost husbaud and thme at
tractive Kate. now~ the mouther of seven
children. The se'-ue which followed woumi
up by the agreement that the real Mrs
Priest shoul r-emainu with her huisbaind
and keep tihe chihirem. while her brothem
should start oti dur-ing thue night. tauking
iKate- Jernigan ta -I to her~c peipe. The
heart-broken mitth'-d a O Ste. 5(even '-lee-t
ing children tand startedi off'. Last we
she~i could beaur the Sej parat ion no longe~r, amit
returning to Georg-ia,accoimpimmed by
lawyer, she siued out beflore Judinge Powell
i Ncewnan a writ of hai:-as corpu,~ for the
ehikirent. Before tihe Judtge-. Priest ao
knowledgal the whole story and wepit when
thme children were awarded to their naiturail
mother. The mot;her and children paissed
throtugh Atlanta to uday on their way to
U nitedl States Senator Wade Ilanepion.
of South Carolina. lhad for somec years :m
sw-ordl tht".t w'- cairrie* i by llritishm ofieer
in the immonat~l cihar" of thle L I.;hlt I rigadeh
-at Balaklava. Th'iis -thm-rt wits 4'apt. Ger
.Johnson. and tafter the ( rmime~um wari
camie to tits co'unt ry. He- -erved t he tnin
in thme :jd Rtegi;mem~~ of Pnnsylvania tavalri
and eh:mmti sw'rs' ' w"th ( !. J.Le
Col.I Enzk-~t wao-p::'-'ii oember.
plres.erved t he sword' as a1 peroI. meen
a ieing entiey t'o ie, a'Ikt-hib
Suint mind v'ery iule v ~orkmasi. --!.
imoithiS ago. atsking the vor ,>f .ts ritu'.
andl I eet-\ui a cour'eous reply' of' (--It- :
but on iearchi hleti made for' it the& 1''at orl
was unable to uisi the -swod and :
whiereihollts Ia-ta-ow iis'.-t-'. o. il
d~dermined1 to re-ovr " -'nld -'-ld it to (o
Eung-ebert, if possibl.i'i th-/4'af Timer.
-The Front Rink \Vapor Stove is a v-ery
.boon to housek epers. It saves time,.
money and trouble. See adv ertisement.*
nyI i: ami ot Iuumiendin: inrutusua iln thet (rrat
Fi--:%;; Ilhe r,-rt from hblepi
!:e. 1 it lor:0i :- emblie o15 f ! mI1lkIn I , will
'.- e0' 1.d1 n th\ an. 9ed
h newxs from,1 "'rookiv-n :1h:11 Ilhe 31::auk
. vri 1 acili -:idepe:i,-nIIly of ihe:l m
,a(-1 x '- 1m ie : cly.:;1d wil inl il
S i2 ' t h '2(- t.'- If: an - rI-'! f i:0 mh
remit. The Wva Lsare s~dTobeladana
lit' ...J 3 'ax ri l Ichsm e 'lo2
ri..ewYork. New .-ri-cy. Pne ~
ia :md AM ne! e: i lthew er0%
Ier Worm l refe (do ;by hi:de" ~ -
it i ',id. tha.t w n w b i ]i
ant. . '911,, I ' i 1111 ,1 1
:I9 ' e ori-'an'ization formed.i" ~a21
While Th re is Life There is Hoi-e.
Mayi of :he diseases of this seaso:n
of the veair can be averted !by a simal
amouant of care and at !iueW co-:. by
the tiielv Ise of Ew I:NK',S TI.%z
It Cures Diarreitua, Dysentery, Chol
er Morbus and like conlailis. Nu
trad' should be Without a bottle, as
it w;iil prevent any discase that would
no doubt arise from the change ot
water, food and climate, without its
use. The most valuable medicine in
the world, contains all the best and
most curative properties of ail other
Tvnic, Bitters. etc., etc., being the
gietxest liood Puritier, Liver Regula
tor and Life and llealth-Rcstoring
Agent in existence. For Malaria,
Fever and Agie, Chills and Fever,
Dvspepsia, Indigestion, Sick Read
ache, Nervous leadache, Chronic
Rhenma1tisml, etc., etc., it is truy a
112rculcan Remedy. It gives new life
and vigor to the aged. For ladies im
deLicate health, weak and sickly chil
dren, iursing mothers. See circulars
wrapped with bottle.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 1. 1885.
H. B. EWBANK, Esq., Presidebt of
The Topaz Cinchona Cordial Co.,
Spartanburg, S. C.: Dear Sir-I have
u.cd a case of your Topaz Cordial in
ny thinilv. and as a Tonic anl Appe
t6zer I can cheerfully recommend it to
all who are suffering from Debility
and lack of appetite. My childrcn,
especially, have been much benetitted
by its use. Respectfully,
Ask Your druggist for Ewuss Cs
TorAz C1,caoNA CORDIAL and take
I) othe .
THE Tor.\z CsclrosrA COImIMAL CO.,
Spirtsuburg, S. C., U. S. A.
The Pe'tia in %onth Carolina.
.\ th.' le of the Sotidi li:v :it Un
lea lrned that tIh practice af phing all
co9:: metans certain2 failur., they are b'.
ginn2ng to turn tneir::ttntion to liersiitcd
farm%,Ime. fruit culture. st;oc(k raiswinc
The:'e i yet. a1 t'ild with Very few1:hr
C-rs, fromlt which lar_,ae pr its:e ret
r'.::----the cultu2re' of the Pe:-an t111.
E- .rv one wh I:: :iven this sutzbje('t -suli
aet'attentin 1to obalin : fair test. now
an nh~ astidvocate. of Pecanl Ceu1 Iure
Ion : large sa:e. Therare are several 'ung
:: es in this co;untyV frmI, wlich the
ox'"n er av netted largely the I'tt season.
Three trees L-ear (angeburg ha yielded
over 1; !1kt poinds of nuts inl o"- 'eao.
T '*e 'rees lioish on2 ahn :lfost any' kind9 of
-h ter will gr'ow' readily up1on. h2i l'ie.
a:md rOelav01' level ::r99und.( but Wi l hrv
'. m well draint-Ti richI bottoms. Thelc
tre- 2 iljl mmem e' .o be'ar fro thea eed
in live. ear's. and( attains2 ani immen2e 1-ize.~
A. e'n nu r)1.iais'd in this climate riv':ds ini
size':'l 112ua'li ht aous Te L\'s Pee23:mf
. * e R.!.bies of this eitv. la r'ecenil
9s12 0u al1numberi of two'( and) three yar2 old
.n es of the best and eurliest beaing~o varie2
tie 2n the South. and2 anticipates hand- )ome~
re'-'1ts in a f'ewx yearis.
General Lo;:au n Rea'ini to b:- lante'rrral at1
.inis practically reached to hax'e ihe
funeLral inz the Senate chamber next Friday
a:1i then 'onve'y the remains to Chicago.
G-neral Sheran wxill be ini char2ge of tihe
pr:>eesiion wxhich wxill escort ine remn:lins
fro Ci alumet Place to thec Capitol.
A 'Iibscription fund. for thea benetit of
Mrsr. L ogain, in live haours alfter it was5
A imov'ement is on foot to hax'e ex-Con
fIerte soliers represene i1(5 n thel. funeral
poJ:cssion1 thant will followx the remains oIf
snator.u Logan. .11any ex-Con2f1eerates
havxe expressed a1 desire to participate.
Tihe remains will be taken to the rotunda
of thle Capito] Thuiirsday. and thlere lie in
state until Frnidayx. when the funeral 'aer
vices wvill be held and the hodly then be
tken to9 Rock ('reek cemeterx' and1 placed
ini a vaulit to axxait allrrangemenlCts for a1 tinal
Neaiu lin:he .Mlusoleu.
\I rs. WV. II. V'anderbilt, ac'comlpanield b y
her son George and hecr daulghters, 3Mrs.
Sone and11 31rs. Shepanrd, wxent to New-"
Dorp M9)ondaylI noon. landi in their p~resen2ce
1 he2. ('asket containing tihe botty of William
I. \anderbilt xwas placed in the niche pre
pared for it in the new mausoleum. A stone
tinches thick was plaiced in front of the
::ket 22n:d hermetically' sealed, after whic'h
the o.penig waaas closed with a bronze tab~let.
sitably liiseribe'd. T[he chapel of the
m2:22auoeum was tilled with cuti Iloxwers, but.
he (cr emony wats conucted in the ':tiet
Tlhe pairty returned to the city' on the 2.
h9e9at. after 3Mr. George \'anderbilt had
91i'oed and locked the dolors of the mausilo
irm. IL can1 no0w be opened(5 only' ini his
pre'sence2. ats he alone knboxws the combina-'
;99n of its lock.-Xa' F. 77mu~.
Cmei I l. )1 e9Aembe1Lr .~- \Xm. A. PIn'k
erit.9n to2.: condlrms t he rep)ort tha't his
detetiv'eI t1.'ok Witrock to L.eaavenworth.
whereil' his mnothe'r last night de(liv'eed to.
W. A. Pinkerton tol-nightl 11tat tha he
:mou~tts ofi all the mn2(2ey .'tolen by' the ris
en tdn robbe(1 Thixe p'ortlio no 1thcap ile
in icagohrci andLevewoth asbuie i
9.nW9,tl I Crryl 29). Decembe x9.-Fred.1
:' 12n couldl be' gathe red fromn thec ptary'a.
Another !a'a ew'a' of the' ('a::tj
There is a comet visible at p~resenlt to
ile naked eve a little above the easte'rn
hoarizoun at daybreak. It rises ab~out ~>9
o'ock a. im., and mak1es a beautiful oba
jt in the telescope-a fine halo of light
:;rrun19xdinlg a sharp wite. mass ini tile
ctre. A short neblous tail is visible
i thie telescope, 'There are,. indeed,
'0me2 indi:cationis of a second tail, aluite a
e11r0sit, but not eitid to the fan
countxwith six tails, wh'aichi appaear'ed iu
::-:ing Penn. t Timecs, iDea'. 2.
[The American. Vapor Store Company
': other i1auuicturers in the matter
9 f a .staa'e that comb11ineLs all the elemnents '
of eceC'Illec. Read the advertisemaent
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Strin'. Hil(1lte in(losii.I 4 i 11145
('Ips itig the Egyiuar 1-:1y ll " 1 il'
ia sr. a 'iu 1 1. 1Dock h (t!;
11lcN to '11 l4."is'0l", .1.,v dew ti 1. 1 t
S('1gThe ans ur f :oimtcn of.~ the i
.M 14tC 1, 1 4.'he11ti. t - lt:c :.-It' ' Gyvv'I
uo. syn"t ae&ntlrhm a'-t'.~
'Mli 11v4.41 Mo. wl4 o'~*1.
ta !-111 ot 114L s i4'4 'i, han '''''a ;
iYtoC't'it t) 'tr,,i4 hi.1 . 1" ! . V
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1444.' 4.~in 1: p p4ltt:Ire ."lnt wy 11:' "..1:
Inaiew r11:1 tea ' tle ft.av C.1' t'I' 14'e
Notl W m 110V Own:t e is tu 21's i 'hi "R.
'Why 4 it bb Mm1i1'.4t (3 so 4flhl y .44
-, , 1' I - !: , . .. 4 A!_
(::e 14 1!;( , sI knight cap is tile hel'
-i l bal I :ckcd wi Jh silver, as the
looking glass :ddlt.
1n a mi into.xicatel ly Music be <1id
I r i it?
: : ever billed his p:hys. Yet
h.i :*.1iMd b:uecr than lie knew, Bill d1d.
A :. 'ar 1 a1n1!1 sIould hea gOod cu
chre -~yr. He always has a lone h:ad.
i .1 nmmv a4*1s spent foolilV half tie
id would I e oiut of work.
i:.1 ~,win, talk, about hlimself is me
:i44 < : inl 44i 1 'w l m a sihimdeter.
n h)4\4-.4 ave,rge undertaker liberal?
wlica hc e 4; a j41b he ahvl s l :.i ds
-In,- mlan V0 would embr1u-e re
- colltained in the heart of a
very4 unhoealthy 1): .1 growing~ boit
:n be -co-particutlarly if his father
A Michigan wonian kicked a hear to death
wV (. 'ya, :md now her husband never
c rIi~it allythin she says.
A n' em1n'iesavs "kind Word: are never
." 4 i ..'rife soltime, lis!avs
wmunii :ht wa<111" another4 new honnet.
A i c' in" is so far from 1eiing a sure
thi''' i1 t ltouallv ietsleft.. The big ear
re whek are invariably the hind wheels.
Telin:*he truthit about it afterwards docs
11.: ak it right to chop down a cherry
As. bevri bird catches the inlinfenza,
-;.I 1'. nrst p<'roi at a chiurch festival gets
thb di i of scalloped oysters.
TAe philosophical Peeaqgpne of New Or
.1e reark that the one who is struck
sees tings differently from the striker.
.u-1u wilo look for izhts are generally
:uC'OmmIlodated where tlIe peacable could
-o through _, m~nicated.
le-low ol are you. Miss Einma?
SI4.-l am od enough to know better than
to :maswer that question.
The old-fashioned dinner horn was miade
of tin. but the modern dinner horn is made
of wh;-ky and bitters.
A writer in a contemporary thinks that
tiw( activitics of life have fewer channels
a::I tim seems to grow scarcer aS we o
A hyocrite m'ay .si so fair a thread as
to deceive his own ee. lIle may admire
the co)bwehu, :md not know himself to be
"YoutI are always blowin." said a wife
to he husband: 'if wouhl work harder
au-l iNow less you would find it easier to
ri'4se the Wind.
The most tho.ughtful muan living is the
ne 'w ho immniediatcly stopped dying when
n :inded that his life insurauce policy had
When a 1a o01btalin5 atn ilernahe of salary
lie becoesne more tliiin ever convinced of
tle trutt of the aphorisi: "The laborer is
wotyof his Lighelr."
Society is all ngog over powdered leads
;iII ine collars. The ladies are getting up
a swell entertinment, for next week in
wvicl these articles will figure prominently.
F.xplanations from the youth wlto was
folcibly cited from a Columbia residence
ill" oilier evening are unnecessary. The
reison was a-parent.
u ssian pinch is revived now in fash
I)ll;ihie circle,. It. is made of tE., pOrt
wine. brandy. suazir, lemons and water. A
scond glass dangerous.
Vhin voii Lear a ian say "rats. inl a
com:p:.: A people you may easily infer
tht i::: "..ther wias a Chinaman, and that
lie I, calling for his favorite dish.
S"s an1 actual oblserver who says, in re
lon 1' char:acteri. that somfetimlesthe linen
4< w'rh ai1 ;rood deal14 more than) the furni
: e vers.
" 'a. m. aidl Mrs. Pa:rtingtu4o, speak
ofg 41t ) newlim hadl drfllk himnself to death:
--e. i. dissolutioni hts brought many a
mnf to tihe grav4e.
Ibid411'l kes are somfletimeS kept for rifty
or1 a4 hundred years. and( no( w4Onlder. If the
brde4 :nakes it herself she do~es not1 wllnt to
14hrow it :lway'. andl nobody will eat it.
.Soe out. blamed Dr. Marsh for chiang
t::' his id. "Well," said he, "that is
the difference between a mian and a jackass:
I le jackass45 can'it change hisl intd, and a
n4:a (c:u:-it'S a hunain privlege'."
All inlvention that will be best appreei
ali)'i by the tired man returning fronm the
l the mleeting. is the magnetic keyhole,
whineb dratws into its recesses the key placed
Y101 wVant to know. do youl young main,
th.e iffter'ence between yotur hat atnd your
ko:wledge? Well, we reckon the one you
weatr awl) the other vou air. Isn't right':
No. we kniow it isn't: but y'ou do it. rll the
--t a hahy\ cries.' says :4n exchange,
"warm~n its feet beforeC voti (lose it." It is
not)hinlg n--w, we tind'erstand, to warm a
h4:hr when it cries; but, unfortunately, pa
ris1 410 not usually contin e the operation
1( the little one'Cs feet.
.Mr. i sobert Brown ing's live-thoaInd01
line poemlt wIl! be' pubilishedi, it is said, the
1t d::y of March.-E:. A v4ery approp~ri
a!.' time. We dale sov'4 the Marchel hlare5
w ill be mwilder tha:n ever if they at temnpt
to r.:ad it.
A p:ir (If them: ''Why (don't vou write
wha~t ! hictte-:" said a merchant to his
eir'.. -ecause the sun is shining~ on the
nprso that1 1 can't see to write." ''Then
trn tihe paper 4'ver' and write on the other
sde. you04 donkey."
Neu.l ar1V '.t:ttraneceatuires. T'hey will
waste ant lhlur huntingt a collar button in
stead of halving an extrai supply andI letting
thir iwife rind the mnissing oIne. You)t never
sea womalook iO4oi~r the pin 'dhe dlrops.
lIeIr husband rinds it w hen he walks atround~
ini his bare', fdet.
'4 :-ke;~t' Pl "'le i lited.
Whoever opeu'Is a shop, or in any inai
ner' exposes his goods to piublic sale, vir
tually engages to deatl with his customers
at a market price, because it is upon the
faih and opinion of such aii engage
ment that any one comes within his
shop doors or offers to treat with him.
Tisii is exoected by the buyer, is known
to be expected by the seller, which is
enough to make it a part of the contract
bzteen thcm, though not a syllable be
sid about it. The breach of this im
olied contract constitutes fraud, and the
man who disclaims such engagement
mayo. set what price he pleases on his
poperty.-Dry Goods Chroniele.
The44 'ICTeaherous Reiolier.
\!::oI.e.:-un, ()no. D)ecembier 2.
irs. IHe::dricksonl. 'wile of ex-Pollieman:1
t ::dri-k~on. while show.ieg a neighbor'
"i.:-1 11(ow she" w4ouhl treat trampl's it
m1olestd her. took- at revolveir fromi :
4 I *d 'ir- ashot ipl the atir from the
r.- -:" was5 retulrning it to the
wer ti he vs elpon was agait'n in soime way:t
'l dait r w''a4s instat'lyl killed.
4a 4\.'. )'-cniber :;.-A 'Tim4es Nsp
4.14ro Albany1. TxaOs. says: 'Thc iotuniv
'il-' of I he' droug~ht'sticken district ale
1' '4e at4' thle court1 hlouse. Twents1I
reI-:' o *~0o plers4on! ill actuall inieid I
n 4.4 e'i->:id n:;. IT hey wviI maike a 'u
4 t 1)41 t4'-1morrowa iandl publish an
' he iit .)eii'll aure anid aisk thbe en
n41 a'pe::i at charllita~ble' pe(opl fm-i
Rhialry in Loe Lead< to a Terrible Do.:bie
>f a bloody Christmnas tr-edy InII bh
:ountv reached lhe city t
WVoi and .liam: w wmal hJ I.,n
C'or the heart of 311 .Muli I1- Im:
4hort tine ago0 Wod and !iv- y vu
were marricd. and BownCs h-::tred
mICees-sfujil rval 'heeumie ien-.The
'ieS Met Ch'r1*Isanas n1ight :1, :mter
Iemet. :md :eIrae wn hi:i:en W,' l
Inl owlman heth dr- Iheir itol \4S :Imd
eain shoominn. A thei- la. :t w
emplicd Wood -1il intf) t0 arimS f l
oung Wife a corp e. an.llowman 3:m to
:he tloor imlort-il!v wioundh d.
Mr.. Geoirge Whit'.. Nf N.
lcmtn siret, irooklyn. w4 r
b:al f cu If hIer wiiv \\. . wh:
necw woman, cook. Whim. ;eci:,;
114red. lifted her ved :1ul -list i *h
rovered with a hav b:t.nl. Vnrs. \i
ercaCd. aud. ihinking that li- miok
I man. ordered 1r from tIh,
Later inl 1te dayvatcieIly t
the co)k oil Ath:nde avenu. Sli
taken to Third Freeine(' ,tanimhme.U
it wa :l i found shK h i h v:Iv-ti - 1:: ;n -:7.
Her ineis Coiia : vsn I -w
Site wais allowevd tog
hlIr tttorik tf Muiter..
C.unm. I.... )(el.:ir -:.
named TIhmmas Sicej r dId )to 4day 1n-m
injuries ini!ietedl by Ilenry liny: :
Thoma11IS Mchanl oi:' SmaIyI(:! night.'Ih
hree were in a saloon in thc upper pjor on
if thle city When thet two ler be:.:i -in
talizing the negri. F i!yty hre1w. ;-11
to Ihe flor. poured turpeIlir. over .I!:
elothinm-. and set hlm onl 1ire-. The i
ws burliled 1rom1 I- chil to the kne.
The fiesh1 Came wvith his e1lohn, N. !,(."
tlmes wcrc extimquished. The wo !C-i s
were placed ill Jail to-day. bail e.;i*rg tavi(d
Pensioned fur Life.
Pur LADE11;'m1. DeCcma r-.Ti
body of one of the fi:-enen who ii . 1- h: i
in the theatre tire yesterday wis :-e
to day. The location of 1he oI:er htiy is
known, but it was too deeply bmtik- in
debris to be reached.
Mr. Sinnerly, the proprietor of :i: !I,::;
tre, has indertaken to defray :le luneral
expenses of both the me-n. :nd to Mrs. Gb
soli, the wife of the missingi :iren:an, wyho
has several children. i:n has Ima*Ib :i; allwi
An(ce Of live dollars per week 'or lifz:m 11t
given a cheek for .500.
Frothaerlilsihnm a l'4illinal \4 iedmli.
Li.:.x U::xttorru. De~-cmbe~r :;) - a
Cook made a con Ilession y et.diy in
he stated tIhat Frothering--ham 1: !11
about the plan to Io)b his :;ar :mt w % a
willing victim to the attIck of the rola.
It is said that he wxat promied $10Ji. o
the amount stolen a1 his share of the bole.
and that sum was part of the nonev wc
Fred Witrock sent to i ni.ther for anie
The hni.hi sand thr Churcb.
Mo.rium.A, December t,).-Thiuugi
pressure brouglt to be-ir on the Kniqilh of
Lbor by the Roiman Ctholic c-r'y h 'tv
sonic loIges have been closed. A p. inI
nent member of the rder says that somie if
the Kights have been alm~ljiued cern
munion during the mission witimt-le win:
the order on promising that should R(uiom
pronounce finally against the or-grnWizaii
as constituted in Ca.anda. they would resign
Cold amd Tobacco Smtokd ng.
Dr. Chudnovski pulis-hes in The itas
skavat Met?(lsina anf alccount. (of a serie.s 4'
obsrvations made on twelve soldiers in:
a military hospital, wxho wxere perfectly
healthly with thle exceptio of slightut in
juries, with the object of dieterminlilng 1 he
effect of cold applications to the epi ias
riumn uphon tile raidi~ity of digestin
TheC stomIach tube was of course freely
used. and~ tile comph-tion of Cligestin~ wxii
taken to be miarlked by the disappearance
of solid particles in the gastric cotent.,
as revealedt by drawing fhem uip thr'illo
the tube. The athior founid thait whenf
ie laldders were applied neCxt the skin
over thle region of the stomach. digest [iln
was retarded( inl mine ont of the I v twl
cases. Six of the meni were smokei~rs aml~t
six non-smokers. Ill tile former the rtiiae
required for digestin averaged seven.i
hours, while in the case of thle non-smoit~:
ers the mean period of digest ion wvas onlyV
six hours.-Seuentifle A mnerican.
Fifteenl Big Cheesecs.
A chleese factory at East Aulnrr. N. Y.
is tillinlg ant order fromi GI!asg. '.-0
lad, for fifteenl cheeses. to .ig" )i0 t
4.09! pttut flegeh. Wlith I-le ordter n:.ne
a package of British guld (on. NIt er
eigs. which are ptito th114e ur of etentl
cheese5t when mlaking. mo14 ' t i-tie 14nw
tle prtoperty of thoote whotbuy thlIle poritiOn
where tiey are imtbedded. it reqir)"
the mlornling~ and1 evenling mil1k of t.t
COWS to ma11ke one oft thes~e ttheeses.--(ii
Sm~oklg int thet Britilh Arvny.
Tlhe I)uke of1 Camllbridtge. I thei lom:mdetr
in chief of the lit ish armyv.hta juit -I -.lned
an ordier patrtialily re-4liding thle old ra
which imlposed a plenalty upotn ailltttthie-rs
caught smoking ill tile streels. Now.
during eerrain prescrtied houlrs. Ihle 1o
d tiers ma~y appear inI publie4. withI their
cigars, cigarettes or ely pipes. and:4 pori
the duke's military genlius-Neryg \Yri
Washington's LibI)rary Unih1tng.
Thie new library building at Weinig
ton is so large that at the piresenit anmuli.il
growth of 25,000H volumes it wi!! talke t wo
ceturines tot fill the bumildingl wvith booksie-.
Twenty-twio years agot there were I went-il
five larger libiraries Ill the4 wori: noit
there are tbut live larger. and the Wa
ilgtonl library wiil protabhly disionee alli
others in the Unfted States.-Kans~as City
Grace Chusrch's Day Nurhery.
The day nursery of Grace c-hurlch ton
ables miothers whlo desire to go from homen
in order to~ e~trg the~ir lix ing to lea..e 1Iheir
chidren in the ciarige of .Miss Wi l-v
ani her assistants unt11iilnight . Tin- 111
dren are fed. tautiht, anti was'h. ad:d
owed to dispo4r: tihemselve-s in a. larg
play roomu.-I[arper's Baz'ar.
~rass and Clover Seeds.
Seed Grain and Potatoes.
Garden and Flower Seeds,
Vegetable & Flowaring Plants.
Prices qutedC~ on apliicationi.
Descriptive Catalogue mfailedl VI:
No.10 S. FOURTEENTH ST.
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Poisn ;:e v, yL..sv:i:: ar euy andu
t e :: .inhtr, f:iimrlc ithe uas lofd
i- Xio:, f m i cre fBti. reors,
niait.JILH, Carrh, e. an e y CURERMAT I
Bo ft th seasot
-.i~efli st r ng iro evS bY'PEfore
? sua]'er from
Pr:ins in the
1.imbs, Rack and
Side:, Dad ?lood,
Malaria. Counstiptrtiou &KidncyTroubles.
-V~iflA OIaAL CURES RHEUM3ATISM,
no; t' v:e-I amt -:e: Trai-h.:. by c1.'a::sa::: the
.: ,f: l x :., farc h C :;;: si a.:r .yall t
-+- 0 0?.AL. CUR~ES SiCG&E-AD.CHE,
. ;rs::c .i-. . .? : . -. 't " n,: :sc . by
-+ r-."'2! Gf.qS EYSPESiA,
..or,.1 : .e : =1--:: k::s, by enliven
---Vm Clin LCflS OVERWORKED
r C .--vom .Ta.:.. Sicky cwmdan.
YOINA D P Cib C'EbCAL CO.
EAIS OR, M ., .. A s -.
r ~ -ta '
a:: is n' of Kete. U ymw y
@'m ('ON AZ!--0 '$8 LeinonKy
HandTrpe-ritin: ad '!elerraph we t oV1
Can.Entr .\w.siadlt l uaan Se s uc 1.r
era s ddiss . R F .TH, rd.s.exngton K .
had p- reta a :.cnderful d coer.Noote
crse .a- .uars r :: ld'iL:.:Pr 'Th lzigfus-Kr.
bo:eril. in ct'
wa.0 e re a es -ra dsovr. oo.e
riothr harrffuar ,.
Casy -o ui.:. nd
th ar.-:spwrr o? tee pili, the would wal
...::.a. S ... :.....l f-, :M .1nt hI s:aps. Il!
te :.fr-::er. -eev~a -l. u.\JCXSN
oI im e ( fabor
.': f, or 1o11
F;.- 4n;: -on ., andl od ~r
14-'4:;.g : sr .- y' : ..Iat 2 w Ufd
w,: 0 w;re~ o % ine . t ;ne
fr o.r 1 ok, -To ' .I rn iTed fre.
AD11,D REGUIATOR Co., AU. Gt, Ga.
PIAN0 and ORGANS
From the Worl&'s Best Makers,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Easiest Terms of Payment
Eight Grand Makers, and Over
Three Hundred Styles to
Chickering, Mason & Hamlin.
lathushek, Bent and Arion.
Mason & Hamlin, Orchestral and
Pianos and Organs delivered, freight
paid, to all points South. Fifteen days'
trial, and Freight PAid Both Ways, if
Order, and test the Instruments In
your Own Homes.
COLUMBIA MUSIC HOUSE,
Branch of LUDDEN & BATES'
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
PRICES AND TERMS TE SA MB
N. W. TRUMP. Manager.
THIS STOYE HAS BEEN SOLD
i c1 NT fro-7 7 ine to California, and
never fails to 'Aea~e. The
Soath is the Place tv Use
G~:lie . egCs, Ths theO ~Iad used.
111 these store ar supp:lied with a,
SAiFETY TAN , '. hichs makes them
safe'r than coali or w.oo.d stoves. We war
rant car goe&b uhe besiJ im .-:aket.
Cn'Lt..ux Sr., C'wEL.ND, OmRO.
0 iNsTrTUTE: foir YOUNG LAulES
nthe* South~ has advantages supe
Sto 0..08.'oftered~ here in~ every depart
mo:' t-. lei.. .i rt an Mutsic. Only
T& b::Edin i liiht.- wt gas, warmed
hot. andI cold w'd"r b' th-. and tzirst-class
ai~onsmeu a a sri School ini
e- -y r~met-n schouoli: th :outh has.
i-' Poad an Tuition !'.1 l rti:'rad
in fulC ! i:eco re nldn
aient :1'. 1 mod 'er'i hgages, perin
i1 .- t4 o 4w l a m: r - Im sm
dr?ie the -:v.t W~. .il AosTKIeON,
RK.c -cbe wl
nk m e::oly wl! c m ca ato if ha r
m.'l a h::: aper~m e. ot en:awayi ahnd
:p a :as : p::nysye~ : -o f manyt -rc
: ethmi the world . l2 toide~ rcure
k ~O mies o gt Lo deh~ce to pui t~ ad
e~trdtel Da~ofblocfce.a c::s chroit.
- . C. o i:o1s healt 3O tJ.i $5S