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MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS.
Part of the Tableau% .Arran;:ed Specialty in
Honor uf Washtvgton.
Nnw Olu.EANs. Februrv 22.-The
weather cleared off this mornig and the
sun shone brightlv for :: time, but later on
the skV Clouded u'p :tin. The lL-:x pro
cession this afternoon was a brillint afalir.
embracing a -eries of humorous and bur
lesque tableaux. First e-aute a etachimeit
of 'mounted amanils in nh costumes.
Then followed twentv cars, each contain
in. a tableau.
The first division was illustrative of mniisic
and various popular songs. It was comn
posed of ten t:toleaux.
The second div'Zi' n w of a Illiscella
neous ch::amcter. Tableu 11 was entitled
"Burlesqueandit Tragecdy": No. 12, "Noah's
Ark-: No. 1:3. "Pradise Lost": No. 14,
*Prodigal Son": No. 15. "British Lion
before and now": No. 16. "Royalty in a
Future Generation": No. 17. "Ciesar Cross
ing the Alps": No. P. "Egyptian Priest
The third diviion was devoted to Wash
ington. the Father cf his Counrv. Tab
leau 19. "Cherry Tree and Hatch'et: No.
20. "Allegoricai Tribute to the Father of
Following Rcx's processin caime the In
dependent Order of the M-.on in a travesty
on the pronine'lt leantres or characteristics
of this Yankee nation.
The feature of the evening after the
Proteus proccss:on was the reception of the
King and Queen at the Exposition Palace.
Thousands, of their loyal subjects were
present from all parts of the country.
The Krew of Proteus 'appeared this
evening on the principal streets in a pageant
illustrating scenes from Hans Christian Ar
derses "Fairy Land, in a series of 1
tableaux on cars. A great crowd lined
the stiects through which the procession
moved, and everything passed off pleas
A Church Controversy.
Bishop Paret, of the Diocese of Maryand.
has been in correspondekce with the Rev.
Calbraith B. Perry, priest, in charge of the
Church of St. 3iary the Virgin. on Orchard
street, in regard to the recent elaborate ser
vices at the feast of the Puriaeation of the
blessed Virgin. Bishop Paret was out of
town yesterday., and itev. 3Mr. Perry said
he could not speak of what had occurred
between himself and the Bhshop. It is,.
however, urderstood that Bishop Paret
wrote to Rev. Mr. Perry complaining of
the ceremn' used in the recent festival
at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin as
not 'eing in accordnce with the usages
and teachings of the Protestant Episcopal
Church. and hoped that the ceremonies
-would not be repeated. Rev. Mr. Perry
defends his action in the matter, and his
friend- contend that he has not violated in
&y Varticular the laws or rubrics of the
church. The ceremony did not take place
at a regular service of the church, and
though there is no rubric calling for the
censing of the altar, the priests or the con
gregation, those persons who use such
ritual generally base their action upon the
practice of the Church of England before
the reformation, in individual instances
since, and the tirst prayer book of .King
Edward the Sixth. It was rumored th-.t
the Bishop had interdicted Rev. Mr. Perry
from exercising his functions, but this is
denied, and it is asserted thzti a bishop of
the Protestant Episcopal Church has no
power of interdiction of such ceremonies.
and that the only way in which he can call
a clergyman to account is by presentin;
charges before the stauding committee and
putting the clergyman on trial for violation
of some cannon of the church. Unless
that proceeding is adopted it is claimed that
the Bishop's power is limited to remon
strance. criticism or advice. This. it is
understood, is all that the Bishop has done.
but in the meantime ie hais canceled al his
episcopal engagemlents umtil 31arch 4th.
Hie was to vissit St. MIary's on February 27,
and 3Iount Calvary Church oni 31ach 2.
He has complained of being slightly un
well for som'e daiys, and will probabtly take
a much needed rest for two weeks.-adi
A Lively- Time in the Iudiana senare.
There wa-s a lively time in the Indiana
Senate on Thursday. When Col. Robert
son, claiming to ihavg been elected Lieuten
ant-Governor, came forw-ard to take his
seat, he was met by the nsistant door
keeper, and was told that he cotuld not
e- Green Smith was in the chair. Smath
ruled that none but Senators could take
part in the debate, an-d denied lRobertson's
right to speak.
The doorkeeper approached Robei tson,
took his arm and the two walked out to the
main door. The crowd saw Robertson
come out, and there was great excitement.
Hie mounted the steps and made a speech,
reciting what had transpired in the cham
ber, and cautioned the people to do nothing
that would infringe the peace or dignity of
the State, or they would regret it in cooler
This ended the trouble, and Robertson
passed out into the hail of the I louse, which
body had not yet met.
During the excitement about the Senate
doors, three of the Senators attempted to
enter, and had d1Iihliuty. Senator John
son, of Wayne, denounced the doorkeepers,
and during the melee a number of p~erons
from the inside approached the door,
araong theni Senator MIcDonald, who put
up his hands.
Johnson interpreted it as an attempt to
thrust him back, and struck the Senator in
the face. Senator Demott 'n as ordered to
his seat and when the sergeant put him
down, he threw hhm to the floor. The Re
publican Senators started to follow Robert
son out of the chtaunoer but were not per
mitted to leave. They sat qutietly in the
rear of the chamber taking no part in the
When the IHouse was called to order bills
on their passage were c~dled and one bill
The Speaker then announced that when
the Lieutenant Governor wats elected in the
Senate according to the Constitution, the
fact of their passage would be communi
cated to that body. This was received with
great applause. He ha- instructed the
doorkeeper not to admilt the Secretary of
the Senate in the hall, in-order to 'rustrate
any design to present a comum ation.
"The Blood Is the Life."
Thiorougly cleanse the blood, which is
the fountain of health. by- using Dr. Pierce's
Golden MIedical iscovery-. and goodtd
gestion, a fair skin,. buo'yant spirits, vital
strength and soundness o: constitution will
Golden MIedical Discovery cures all u
mors. :romi the cot-mon pimple, blotch, or
eruption, to the worst berofula, or blo'.d
poison. Espectill ha it prov-en its edli
cac-y in enring~ a-'inn or Tetter, Fever
sores, Hip-jo'it I. . Serofulous Sores
ana Sweilings, Ela. I Glands, tzmd Ea:
Golden 3Iedicl Discovery. cures Con
sumption (wvhich is Scrmofula of the Lungsi.
by its wonderful blood-pu rifying,. invigorna
ting, and nu'ritivye p' 'erdes. For weak
Lungs, Spittingo of lood'(. Shortness of
ma, and kindOred-r ai 'ios :s a overeignu
remedy. It promplyv cares the sevceet
For Torpidt Liver, IDiiusess, or "ie
Complaint."I Dyspp-i and iiip ~stion, it
is an unejuaited remidy. Sold by drug
gists. _ _ _
Jtudge 3)lnro , of \-w O.rleans. rencired
a tdis-on a-:-' nst t1'e Ge.s zouthernaee
phone and' LTleraph Company. Fi t'e
thiousand ~ol'lar- was as'-kedi by. the widow~
of J. L. Tissot for the dlernctiont of trees,
etc., by the defendaut's employees. J1udg
pent for tEra is <rien. *
MATTERS IN WAsHINGTON.
Mr. 3anning's Successor-The Improbability
of an Extra Session of CongresN-Other Mat
WXsurse-rox. February 2L-The wide
]V iul Iated rumor to the effect that Mr.
Manning's resignation was brought :u
by a rupture between the Secretary and the
1eident has been ifecu:l ly dispos1 of
1 the publication of the correspondevce
betw e n thema upon the sub ilject Te truth
isdobtes as 3Mr. 31annin: 'tates ;I his
leter. 11 found that tlhe 'lo'e Atenition
ute:'sarv in thc dischar?e of li- oI111cial
i was a1 task beyond 11is strength H is
fr 'inds. who had observed that his heat10h
was bein tftected by his clo-se applicza'o.
live continuted to urge that he shuil I
si I), and 1'. is kniowi that he has had the
matter in contemplation for some time past.
The ,ir ts tilled with conj;vetures in reht.
t'on to the new Secretary of the Treasury.
it hast been intiDmated that the President se
riul contemplates oileriig the port! flit
to his old law partner, Wilson S. Ii-sell,
wLo is s-aid to possess qualities which emi
neutiv it him for the position.
ThJ President has been s)mcwhiat sur
prised at the number of candidates th;a
hatve appeared for the five positions as Con
mlissioners in the Inter-State Conunerce
Commission. Hie is determined to satisiv
himself about the capacity of the ien be
fore nmaking the appointments.
Notwithstanding the fact that but a hn
ited time remains to the present Cougress,
and several of the appropriation bills are as
yet unacted upon, there is no real founda
tion for the report that an extra session of
Congrress is likeiv to be called. The best
i Uformed members of Congress believe that
n ) session will be called. as nothing but a
failure to pass the regular appropriation
bills bfore the 4th of March would nectes
smte It. The unsettled question of a reas
liy vurplus. important as it is. wolid not
in' itself occasion the calling of an extra
sCssion. as the surplus will be laigely ab
sorbed before the opening of the session in
D-cember in redeeming tile remainder of
the :3 er eent. bonds, and in putting about
.445.0 AU000 into the Sinking Fuid. to be
used in redceming the 4 per cent. booes.
The historic city of Alexandria, which it
will be remembered was, in dIn t
days, celebrated as the principal ship-build
;i2 point in the South. bids f'.ir to regain
her former prominence. The old ship yards
which hav! .cen for many il ill
soon be transformed into a seie of .-ivi
,v such as was r robably never equaled.
e-ven in the palmy days of the past. The
yards have been purchased by the Arrow
S(-aniqtup Company. of New York city.
wvh will put a force of 3,000 men at work
on the first day of April. The coipany
will at that time commence the coUstruc
tion of the largest trans-Atlantic iron steam
ship that was ever built upon this side
of the Atlantic. The vessel will be
510 feet in length, with a tonnage of 3.200.
In the construction of the vessel every effort
will be made to obtain the greatest pessible
sieed. The vesse!, when comlieted. will
constitute one of the flecet of firteen oceatn
r::cers which will be built by the company.
The following is for the entertainnient
:1!d instruction of the school children.
Each paragraph contains the namte of a
cit y. Discover it and then locate it -n the
Has the General eighteen scars to show?
Did your beau Gus take Laura to the
lear Nellie. did mamma console you for
Did you see "Romeo and Juliet" at the
Opera House Tuesday night?
Who caught the nost bea'xs at the ger
nun. Mat, Vic or Kate?
in Texas, why don't they 1ynch burg1trs.
as readily as thev do horse thieves?
Was there ever a damsel mam could not
I pray thee set the day. Laura, then shall
I be- hatppy.
liepent for that one false step, arise :mud
sin no more.
Trust not your own judgnrent, bttt rely
on sonme discreet friend.
Terrified at the maddened mob I left
M1any of us feel rich MIonday, but poor
as church mice before Saturday.
MIany a one hlas sold his sotil like Faust
1 now believe.
In selecting summer suits, remember
linen is thle coolest.
Better than gold is to have nice manners.
A half-ripe melon do not eat, if you value
Youi imay planft your garden very early
Since he proved inconstant I no pileasumre
M1artha spies the fern and in a1 moment
The largest bayous are in East Louisiana.
If you cannot guess it, go to Frank for
A portion was left at MIaud's, but the
principal at Kate's.
Dave, Ned, Alex and Rial went fox hlunt
ing this morning.
Would a six-months' course at MIadame
Tassaud's give Anna polishiy
French spies wer'e found concealed in
3Margaret and Isabel fastened the pretty
blossomsi in their hair.
On thte broad prairies of America I roam
I ariahmlty of' Our Marrla: Lani".
In 23 States out of the 38 a prior undis
slved marriage sets aside a new union. In
-1) insanity does the same: in 17 non-age,
:nd in 13 fraud. These are ground1s for
declaring the marriage null and void a2'
ino iio. Desertion, as a ground for divorce,
varies in length arnd c'haracter in manmy
States.~ .In some States, where the civil
character of the contract is most valued,
there are so many loopholes of escape frm
the' matrimonial noose that getting unnmr
red is even easier than getting married.
Incompatibility of temper and cruelty,
terms interpreted to suit the occasion, often
1oosens the'nuptial knot. Wisconsin is in
the lead in conmplacent attention to the de
sies of divorce seekers, it being there held
that when a husband's .conduct toward his
wife is such "as to render it improper for
her to live with'lim the court can be of the
e-pinon that it will be discreet and proper
to gyrant the divorce." By all means, let
there be uniformity in marriage and di
vorc laws-artnnah en.
A Good Plamhing Season.
The New Orleans imac-Dm;ocr'at says
tit this is confessedly the best planting
season the Southwvest has ever known.
From every' portion of Louisiana, Alabama,
\isisippi and Te(xas come1 the most en
ourgin; accotunts of the planting. The
weather hlas been fav'orablec th ronughoti,
nd not for one hut for ev'ery variety of the
-rops enltttited. The sugar planters are
ot vet done congratulating' the'mselves
ve" th'e good condlitioni in whih tiaey'ad
ie -'eed cane. and the unexpected. acreas
in -aea e therv have consecquen'tly been
-lto iluike.~and the samle favLor--ble r
rt comnes f the other crop .
Tewiterc has beca spiall good or
ii spria-' and sunmaer. There has be
ut the rwih proportion of rain, and? the
around i,-easequenatly in the very best eon
on for plowingt and~ planiu.
- * Pile tumiore, ruptur'e andI ust
.radic:lly cured by ipro vedl mecthod.
o-ok, 10) (cts inl stamp>s. Worlds D~ispen
S ry 3lcedical Association, ]Uulfalo, N. Y'.
A Western woman prayed for .money
nf i found it, as though this was a miracle
knoiw of severat Eastern men th't
,.eyed fr monean fondl it.
G.ENERAL NE%%S NOTDi-.
Henry 31. Starlcx na rrived at Zatizi
The IPre-id4t ha avn ' lii :pprvk the ht
Th1e '.vi Icr j in i 111t, cd.ha
the \',ii'4 *( !to] 3 rr.'
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po't can ai
A 13'11oig a rt i1ty X' ~ '. ni".
1s''ii~c v ' '-\ux York, I~
The rMon'at the Ovv rm Raii Nau
Nl . art ' C'.t.i .
le as Smi Q a. MIT ?"''...t..t J thae
isvpnimramin :0 tu i e ..* '' '
STe ril sc 'it\ of i.- Nev 3 1)
wlas broit 01ha. xt t.' L1,11 p
ThSc d iil,! ilcw(~' i l.'' t
tNe J.. reili a wi ofl' 3,f*(3
L.3S IL Back. J Ovennih 3M Opt *0
kic t C. U4ir. I. 11, that33
i"':" member of~ 1l( I. Zalvj(3
at e a . .k yc3* d1t- 3' .. n-Al
c-u nr 31: olewk
the al 111l.S;t 3io '.,3 'p ~~3T i' 3.
0A.. Kryal13 Sny AM1'- aup
I'v tre 113 ] y~i'3 livz 3'i
r''.3p''111i.' rech xiI \. I
it31t 1131 wim 'm :01 y
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Tht process he pronounces a very cheap
one, and consists merely in the mingling of
earth, water and gas. The majority of
citizens, however, will prefer the old style
11is lculah May 'Moore, of Memphis,
Ttnn.. a prepossessing blonde of 17. shot
:Wd kiled inry Allen. aged 50. She shot
hin I've tUnes. and as Allen lay writhing
on the _0roumi,, her father, J-. W. Moore,
emnieldii tIe cintents of a double barreled
!-hwten ino him. Both father and daugh
tr were arrested. 3iss Moore claims that
Allen outra-rcd her last June, and threat
. to kill her if she told.
Ti Pit burg. Pa., ollice of the Balti
m"re n:l I hio Express Company has an
mr mystery" in the shape of a dead
Iv in a box, whos consignee cannot be
fouand, and its consignor in Cincinnati is
un wn. lThe body is dismemnbered and
a prt ofi is missing, what remains only
n ciahing :,5 pounds. Physicians express
t1he rinion that it is tie property of some
TIw otier evening a daring jail delivery
;it ielton. Texas. The jailer was
:it to 1lice n prisoner arrested in a cage,
wi:'h evven others, when a blanket was
trown ever his head and his keys taken
frm him. The prisoners then threw him
into a cge. iekel the doors upon him and
..arrying the keys away with them.
i has beei tmpossibhe to gaim an entrance
t, the i and the jailer stands a good
cb:mi1ee of passing a day or two in confine
On Feluary 17 portions of the body of
a or man were found in the pond near
ibidIelhia and murder was clearly indi
(cei. The police have unravelled the
M evrv and secured two guilty parties.
Tie murlered m:n's name was Gaines, and
s 'ill in a tit of jealousy by another
nri naied Wilson, who afterwards cut
ip thebody nnd carried oL the head, legs
:d .while a woman named Tubbs
C*ied the trunk to Mann's Pond in Ed
n 0' where it was found. The
wo'm has confessed.
Th Union Labor Convention at Cincin
nati have Selected an executive committee.
When the comnimitt&e was being appointed.
! Winston, of North Carolina, said that
his delegation and that of Mississippi and
Ark.msas could not name members unless
te convention would relegate to the States
ine adoption or rejection of certain parts of
tihe platform. Their desire was to make
the phaform rehting to land, transporta
i-. 11101 . hbor, the income tax and
mee labor the national platform and
:ttio)w the difterent Stat!s to adopt or reject
the oilwr sections as they choose. Ihis plan
was adopted by the convention, thus releas
in,, ite Southern States from being com
mitted to woman's suffrage.
THE FIGHT IN 1%.
Somie People Who Pretend to Thinkthat Cleve
land wtill Not Get thd Democratic Nomina
In the city of Washington it is rather
rm. for ove to hear the prediction made
Satlacs! every side that Cleveland will
not aet teI Democratic nomination. I was
i a group of Dermocrats yesterday, who
to be aginist him, but I argue
inb, the party would declare in its platform
that their return to power had not injured
any busineSs interests, but had been a 1inan
Sail 1: "I do not see how they can make
a ptform like that and leave Cleveland
TO this the reply was made that he would
bi efeated on the ground that he could not
cr: h tate of .New York. Said one
p .luctre from a Western State:
--hDemocrats can tak' upon the party
w-:i- ii in pow er in the White House the
:w'i for good conduct, and hold that
ii.. wIt another e:udihate for reasons of
V . The )ew York Legislature has
eapIed, and :ilmost every i emoc'rat in
- nertod to lie against Cleveland,
oi r N 'mebody else. Tamntmany
udrits present leadership, is also
- t Cieveland. The Democrats
states will be guided by what
w ork~ -is to say. Clevelaind is work
e -ry larig to'be nominated, but he
hdt ring Goivernor Hill over to
hin:hat a s his guest, though Cleveland
lit to~ 11.111's house and accepted his hos
itt. It seems manifest that Hill is not
.1i 1: "Ut who else is liable to get the
D emai-- nomination"
:-*ea pe rsons spoke tip andl said that
erei'v W\hitner. was am candite. Others
r .. ir i thadt it woumld be either Ihill or
Wh itnlCey.:d that W~hitney would show
eryrea -treugth if his namne was brought
tie rwar atal. Different persons present
bntornover the Staites of the Union
wich' were not disposed to support Cleve
hu;d againii. It was said that the only State
whose'Senators had argued in Cleveland's
favor was Missouri.-Cincirnnati Enq'uirer.
A Dreasful Earthquake.
The cable announces that two shocks of
arthquaike were felt at Nice on Wednes
dar mnornim i. I louses rocked ,walls cracked
aIl in sonie instances frail houses were
trown to the ground. The wildest alarm
prevailed among tile inhabitants, who
rushed distractedly from their dwellings.
The iirst shock lasted 15 seconds and the
Lt 12 seconds-the movement being from
west to east. At Samona the shock was
very severe, and 11 persdis were killed.
At .oli. on the Gulf of Genoa, 15 person's
were killeid. At Oneglia 6 were killed and
1:1 i::juired. At the neighboring town of
l )i:no scores of people were killed and
hundreds wounded. Fully' onethird of
*l.,: Fbrar 24.-Details have been
reeed~ hi,.is morning of the results of the
1' ribukes yesterday, showing that the
eov are far more serious than was
th'-mht Theri loss of life and destruction
4 p.ip isl leaLrned to have been terribile.
Theii most startling news comes from the
(ene -:i.era. Over -1,500 people were
*i!. 'n tha~t district. At the village of
I'.mrd .ituated at the top of a hill, a
"''uer if inhiabitants took refug~e in a
ehchi when the shocks were lirst felt.
ST subsequient and greater shock demol
Whdthe church.- and 300Q of the people
whoj wer' in it were killed. The d'estruc
ti ot property in the section of Italy vis
edby the eairthqiuakes was immense and
I'en rtsi of the disaster continue to ar
ive' Thne total nmber of deaths reported
p to the present time is about :2,000.
hocks.: were felt at Parmia, Turin and Cor
.nc lndulattions if the earth were no
Iict ( itaia,: in Sicily. at the foot of
iil' int l ina. 'The director of the Turin
ii:-vator telegt aphs thiat seismic instrut
:wnti are now quiescent and that no fur
er~ disturbance is feared.
.rmot by. a .Iealoui Lover.
.J ~i. Kmy, awealtiy lumberman and
od::.- mn o this plice. mte: Mrs. Louis
I' bn: on the .lreet to-day,' andt without
herni in the breast with lire'
I i. s i' widow) er. with two chit
T 'anded w'mnt is a1 widow
cii ib 'ib i.zhandsome, well connected
eo:id'e me.ic. She wa;s a
o soi~y an was reporteid to be en'
Kin1. Wib-. a:!I'entl~y very
* ii d 'to' Iin 2dsLoullard was
t i' teuee and, fu'ok pleasure
* i te.atons of other gentle
w ~ o wa il udig from their
Scy muchi in love with her.
.e-ie jeailu atid frequently
e wio with being tIckle.
h e wi had an almost open
urei cco'unt of King's jealousy, and
w:I rep~ortd their engagement was
ii' n . Tlhe' ball (enteredt the left breast
I 2.-' I "ilard anid lodged in her
ilr. "lie cannot recover.-3ecauee
1r:,. 1...:it t~ (l.e Ctrtnd Lriner.
A TALE OF TWO etTIEs.
A New York gir while visitin D n
Went to walk: -ut the tirs street sh-e
Twk h-er oil of her way,
: )she_ t ve .-d 1 : (1:.v.
And arrived at the spht a 1M 1 :.
A Boston girl went to -New rk,
And tried eatin; ice-cre-mi wit a foI
Bu31t -. 'nd the
PIroved too mucwh for her ban
So he went ba1ck i bak atnsarl i-rk.
The disease of the mtrGsti
Hfow to make money fast-Nal a d!r
to the counter.
Use Dr. Pierces "pellet" for all Rbxi
The best Ohw: protector-Fifty cents I
the bagg:ge master.
"Faint heart never won a f:ar mn. i
the way the :irls write it in ap-y-r.
Parting is nott sweet -rrov to th m1.
man who must par with his mm~ey.
It mich easier to l'.ay pkaus tnit 1 t1
People who "ey into a pai !- aret
to get their wings s-rehed.
The Ohio boy who has bieen ktflt id-v
orange peel idlt slip doV he :e
There are few men who d1n noti
they are strong enough to "hld an Men .
Artificial flowers arei now l- xqi'-itly
scented that they are mistaken ftr n 1a.
For an agreealle breakf:st a "t. - l"
depends upon having tie- skin taen oc
It doesn't sp-ak' much of ti ; I of
man's mind when it takes im l min
ute to make it p.
An :nglish paper says that Amrie:u s
are good listeners. Our invention of Me
telephone proves it.
She-Do you believe in loveat ir:t sigh.
IIe-Certaijily. m'ny dear: I've ivedi iiire
than a hundred women at irnt sight
When a candidate gets into the hnd. f
hid friends. the next move J to get th
hand in his pockets.
"No," she said, sweetlv. I dolloh
to the smell of a cigtrr: it' the sn-ll of the
smoke I dont like."
The proper qjuestion to ac-k : yma
woman who is about to einpe i-, "iD).S
your mother know your rout.
Every antiiction ha- its l.-e-ing. Tte
man with a Wooden leg never knows wh--t
it i, to have rheumatirim in that ankle.
A young man calls his sweetheart "rare
opportunity," because she is wo-rth of be
An exchange says mush h:s beom
popular dish in society. Nothing sens 7o
take like something soft.
Black eyes denotes passion. It is gen' -
ally safe to say that the :nan with a bwk
eye has angered some one.
It is very strange that aftL-r a he:
broke he is worth twice as much. wiEt
after man is bIke he isn'twort a cemn.
Snap doesn't cost as niul :, nama -.
but lots o. people don't Seem to be
The size of men's pant is to be incres-ed.
So ghd. The dudes can now have a si0
tilg down spell.
"'Debutante" nks: "What is the bCt
costume for a ballt That depends. A
fishball looks best in brown, with pork cut
"You're the Li ea:est wo;::nn i nr h d
of," said the boy to his mher:i i ".OU tel
me I have a bad temper, au: it 1nme me
for losing it:
Doctors say tha p-ple w2 -l 1, im-:A
ier if they ate more onions. L'ndoub tlly i
they wt ld. It wo!, k
going out aighats.
A 'Washington clerk who- hal a hey
specie drop on his ilust ris ne of the fea
peiI-le who ever had to'o much~ cah to
Two Conneticut hovers have ji:t mace
up after a1 qutarrel which teak phweit .
years algor. Sometl peopleC cannot hl:-)
A country' newspaper's weeky market
report contains the item ''There hais not)
been enough country batter in town this
week to grease a gimle."
.Japane'se soldiers carry fans. If tb--y are
all as ugly as those sent to this couritry.
don't wondier they, ilJaps) are cl~-e etd
more effctive tihan guns.
A man in one of the suburbs knoIw- hIw
to play on two cornets at on ee. The nei:; L
bors say that they don't olbject to benw
ing how, but he had better rot try' to unot
A Virginia girl married a tramp~j wo
turned out to be a duke. We've no iy
for her. Site should have known what h
was before she married him.
In the Boston Directory of 18:39 the peo
pe of color are in a .separate list. Co loredc
folks are not so proud now, and perm it
their names to appear among thue ofth
The man who mourns ove.-r the want) a
destruction of our forests dloes not he-ina
to 1i11 his pockets with gratuitous tooth
picks at the restaurant after eating a hasty
plate of sotup.
An exchange says that recently a New
York policeman got drunk on duty. W\e
did not knew that New York policemenC'
were fond enoutgh of duty to become in
toxicated with it.
It isn't always to be taken for g: .ate
that a man is extra devotional because li
trousers bag at the knees. any'. more than i
is to be as'umned than a woman's piety. e in
be gauged by the amount of gilt uponi her
''No," said a yotung raan, 'I d;a'tsk
iashy neckties, hut 1 have wvorn themi sine
the lbeginning of the silk 1uik ermae. YouI
see, the girls beg the ties. and that mak -
the fellow who wears themi of sime im:
An eminent lawyer, haviing a p reOD ste r
ots ease sent to himi for an o';dvto'epie
in answer to the question: - Would an tie
tion liet" "YXes, itf hie witnesses would
lie, too, but not otherwise."
A woman should not sercami 'at thle N iht
of a mouse. It lets the ferocious anima-tl
know igiht where she is lC.:ied. aif'er +
hich it inay advanr-e with the c'ert-ity oft
eath utpon its qivering prey
The most charming young~ woan -in a'the
wtrkrl, andl the one whorse a- a'lwa--::.
r eil by (oun-t gen1tlemn ith it "
'f mnatrimon'y. ic iins one ni h ' h a f (eble -
md- wealthy ol father.
srass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Grain and Potatoes,
Carden and Flower Seeds,
Vegetable & Flowering Plants.
Prices quoted on application. ~
Descriptive Catalogue mailed mI~E.
No.10 S. FOURTEENTH ST.1
r..tio+ thi papr wuICMaNn- vA.
owin"-to tile oauci- an", 1to j1slatldon in
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N: tonl .:ort.r. s the time o r labor
- d i s ae .' .L . p.til, i rea:yl
dil ise !a t' d arI' tFO e f lot u"
ie:: ganid-:il , anti * ve he r
N'ot.nlA rig CUOrn's, e tieo lote
an : er:n ptms. Ps eniacy in
t'i i'nse lte sni- to libe called
TilE a l c'.F! . and to rank
aS On eC OR: i e-gavig remedies or
tv .';d re cntury.
W iargi pubsis4 certificates con
cern n; isym remedy witsout round
Inth rc t ntari of toe wrbrc Yet
we ftave lie-is on fe.
en i for o- r bock, "To Mothers," maied free
URArD EG-.T Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Will rurify the BLOOD rnuX.te
- te LIVER and KIDNBYS en'i
RF~icon.E the HEALTH an JVIG
OR of YOUTH- Dygersb'.want
of .vpetite, ThAliCA-t:Ai)a.Lack of
$tngth and Tired Feelinz ib
coluteib ctrd: BOn. . IA
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- force. EnAAL'A iven ' -mi,.'
flAd stIPl'hi' Urini 1"n-r
reein' -frm congbtst
L ADonE i ) A TR'S IRON
TO'ICa f' and ps'Iy crrP. Give'sac'nzr.t's
S-con;-:ocio. ?re';u~nt t'tAnpr'A att egunIL' --".'
i . nly 'i-! t) tho ;-o:,niaritr of the ariAinto. Do
r t eiperiusAZ.:-.:-t to UIOlGr:ALAN:D UeT.
(Dr. HARTER'S LIVER PILLS
Cure Ccrstipaor~..IVO? Compnlaint and sich
floldache. Samrple Dest and Dream Boo'.
maIled on receipt o 1 twO cents In postage.
T HE DR.AHART ER MEDICINE COMPANY.
St. Louis, Mo -
'17 IN'Tl'T'f'Th: fr 'WINi- LAD! 1
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a die-as 1 l'n- r-aeed
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p on -- ..n d l that
411- 4 t-,:6e, or
r* malj' for
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7~1,~o- .t' * x r e
i e.d, hav
e.:e er dizzi
ir lheat or
. l-w spirits
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i .hr nz fron
a iud Torpid
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.s~'i'uel i0 - ".. Ciat Tany
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y.aor. r ci Errath, Bro.
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Eaiet.. erms of. Pa
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heen : ue tyeso, tN. Y.
6 $5OW0 RiiARD
.elec From thprretors
C:. ft tarrh Heme-dy
-hikeri - a .so f xrhi which
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:atlishe5:.Br.t frm the
Maon&ai:-vi, artr:Ss of
a~o. :e i t - d'A'aai '-yOS dull Pamn
Sr n you teC:trrh. Thou
paid, o al- po:insSuth. ifteen days'o
not st--saCr.s n:wcts iewot
nnof Cattarrhi, ".COld in tihe Head,"l
rd Catarrhal tetdache. 5 cents.
FroM the World's Best Makers
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Easiest Terms of Payment
Eig.t Grand Makers, and Over
Three Hundred Styles to*
C hicering, -.son & Hamlin,
Mathashek, Bent and Arion.
Plbi no antd Organ .' delveredr freg1.t
pad'o ll Ipo-insN ySth~t. it -eenu days'
Order, and tes theTU InrumentsL ingo,.
BranchIof LUDDEL& BAES'
Cur . *IY TRUrMP~, Canagera
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