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VOL. 5.
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COUNTY, 0 Iflfe WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1871',
l)c nquim
J. W. BOWES, Editor.
M'Arthur, June. 28, 1871.
Election-Tuesday, October 10th.
GKOHQE VT. MrOOOK, of J.(TerJon.
8AMUKLF. HUNT, of Hsmllton.
tDWARp 8. WALLACE, of Clsrks.
' ' acditok or stats,
l JOSEPH R. COCKKRII.L, of Adttim.
- 1'rnEns jiidof,
" I ;0. W. OKDDK9, of ltiehlsncl.
lirMBKK OAntor rvhiw. wosss,
AKTHUK HCOHKS, of CnyaUg.' "'
WI LLIAM W. ROSS, of Sandusky.
tnAttLM FATTKKhON, of Franklin.
Every effort is being made tty
tho Managers to make the Fourtli
of July CelobfRticii st Zalesici a de
lightful affair. The occasion will
bo enlivened with mumc.- A fine
opportunity will Uo giron tlitftede
siring to engago in dancing a plat
form having been eroded in a very
convenient place in tho Grove East
of tho Car Shops. Be sure find go.
' See the notice in another eolumiv.
Alf.x. C. Sands of Hamilton,
Ohio, has sold his property in that
city for $9,6iO, and will probably
remove, to some other place.
1)bmorest'8 Monthly and Mirror
of FasJtiont lor July is n charming
solace for the. heated term. Its con
tents are varied nnd interesting to
such a degree, that we ndvise nil
who require useful and interesting
literature to purchase a copy, or
Subscribe for a year, nt $3. Tub"
lished at 8158 liroadway, New iork.
Single copies, 25 cents.
For All Who foad1.
We, can Without hesitation, recommend Al.
llK.VS UKAOY HOOK llIXUKKim tlixljest we
lmvewr Si'en i'ur tliti mrR)s-n Intruded, its
grout con vtm ienne, ptiilcet mlaptntion to Co
iuauy wants itml lmvcry low price willcurtiiJu
y bring tt into corn liion, If iiot univcrnl line.
Bu ad vert isoiiivnt. ll!-ly
DiMOitKSTs Young America for
July is as full of entertainment for
the juvcnilfs as ever, With tho price
reduced to 81 per j-ear. Every hoy
nd girl should have one. Publish
ed at 838 Broadway, New York.
Single Copies, 10 cents.
Soldiers of 1812.
fIhe Athens Journal of last week
contains a list of survivors of tho
war of 1812 (and widows) who have
applied in that county, with Hon.
A. G. Bkbww, for pensions under
tho act of 1871.' Two of them are
living with their fiftk wives;
Elizabeth Brown ,..
John Van Zant 70
lienoci Daily ; 79
Ezokiol Itobinct 77
John Rogers. 78
Joshua Iloskinson 78
Cornelius McDolo 75
Goorgo Driggs 77
Gertrude llaning 76
Clarinda II. Wickham 77
Isaac Brooks D5
Mary Spencer....,..., 71)
Justus .Reynolds ..84
Asher Waterman. '.. .78
Jonathan Lewis 78
' Calvin P. Daines 78
Kichard Carr..... 83
Elizabeth Woods 84
JInry Graham 78
John Holdren 93
Henry Brown. M 88
Pavid Jtussell 76
John Burton 80
Jane Foster. 75
Loumi Fulton 78
John Levi ......88
William Powell. 83
Johnson Hill 81
I The richest copper miue on
the Pacific coast is to be found
In Union County, Oregon. It
assays nipety-five per cent; cop
ter, and contains enough silrei
to pay for the working of the
A Gounecticnt man feigned
ickness; the other day, when
Lie wife was to be buricdj in
trder to eaVc his car faiCj as
he was to be taken to a distant
place; but when it Was found
necessary to take a rope to hold
the coffin in the wagon, as it
went to the depot, he appeared
and put in a request that said
rope should be returned, as "it
Was handy to tie up the calf-"
"Why is a good busband like
dough r 'Wbyit'e because ,i
woman n-eeds him.
Judge Geddes.
Hon. Gorge "W. Gedde, the
democratic, canumaie lor o uuge
of the Supremo Court, and at
firescnt one of the Common
'leas Judges of the Richland
District, started out in life as a
young man by studying law
with lion. C. Delano, at Mt.
Vernon, and Was admitted to
the bar in 1815. lie located
at Mansfield, in 1817, and
commenced the practice of law
in partnership with Judge
Stewart, remaining with him
until he (Stewart) was elected
Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas of that District, in 1851.
Mr. Geddes then formed a part
nership with Hon. Jacob
BrinkerholT, which continued
until 1855
when lie was
ft'as tiec
hupreme i
of the
Court of the State. In 18.rG,
Mr. Geddes wrw first elected
Judge of the Court of Com
mon Picas of the Richland
District by a majority of over
four hundred, at a time when
the District gave a Republican
majority ; he was re-elected in
1801, without opposition, and
again re-elected in 1868 by a
majority of over eight hundred,
when the district gave only
about three hundred demo
cratic majority. A corres
pondent of the Cincinnati Com
mcrcial, writing from Mansfield,
alter stating that the selection
of Judge Geddes has been re-
1 A I O 1 11
ceivea witn javor uy an who
know -him Democrats and
Republicans alike goes on as
follows; and it is worth quo
ting as Republican testimony :
'The Judge i9 a man of abil-
'it i t m
ity, lias a number ot years ex
perience as Judge of the Dis
trict Court, which office he
now holds; ia a good, fair
minded, generous, reliable citi
zen of the conservative stamp,
and as a neighbor urbane,
sympathetic and popular. If'
a Democrat is to be elected.
the Republicans of Mansfield
are very wi
Geddes should represent them
in the place; so long ana so
worthily filled by Judge Brink
erhoff, Aside from occasional
indulgence of bitterndss in pol
itics, the Judge has done noth
ing to alienate the support of
all parties; and the probabili
ties are that however unexcep
tionable the nominee of the
Republican side may be, Judge
Geddes will carry, as usual
whenever he came up for oflicc,
quite a number of Republican
votes. If the Judge lias any
fault it is his extreme partisan-
ism under any nnt an circum-
i in
stances. He is a leading mem
ber of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, and takes part, orally
at least, in the temperanee and
moral reform movements of the
A strong reason in favor o
the election of J udgo Geddes
to the Supreme Iletach is to be
found in the fact that t hat court,
ae .now constituted, ia unani
mously Republican. Politics
is supposed to be excluded
from the Judiciary, but yet
justice and propriety would
seem to indicate that the 20,
000 democratic voters of the
State should have at least one
representative on the bench.
This fact,... and the excellence
of the democratic nominee, will
probably influence many Re
publican voters this fall. In
some States the principle of
minority representation has
been adopted in electing Sil
preme Court Judges, aol we
believe it will ultimately pre
vail throughout the Union. It
will obviate one of the most
cogent objections urged against
an elective 'judiciary.
A man being asked why he
talked io himself, candidly an
swerecfy "tfecause I like to con
verse with a wan of settse."
A Tuau - i.u Uli'ftbisy "twenty
four bows after the death of
his wife, arid before her funeral
played cr6qiiet with the girls.
For this the indignant neigh
bo rs .tarred .and feathered him.
Preparing Tripe.
As soon as possible alter the
animal is killed have the stom
ach emptied and well washed
in cold water; sprinkle June or
wood ashes over tue inside;
fold it carefully and lay it into
a deep vessel; cover it with
tepid water for. six hours;
scrape off the dark part. "When
clean, rinse it in several waters,
and again lay the tripe away
for a day and night in weak
salt water, in a perfectly clean
vessel. Roil the tripe (putting
it in cold water) until a straw
can be easily run through it,
and the edges look transparent;
skim closely, cut it in uniform
slices of convenient size for
serving, pour over milk to cov
er it (part water it desired) and
keep it closely covered. Should
the milk turn a little sour, it
will not injure the tripe, as it
is usual to add vinegar in cook
ing it. It should not be kept
long. Fry, stew, or make into
a hash.
Only One Child.
It is harder to bring up one
child well than six. In a large
family, the children help to
bring one another up. it is
not merely that the elder ones
asist in taking- care ot the
younger, bnt they all influence
one another profitably in oth
er ways; vanity js sometimes
lauehed into modesty, and ar-
osrance is snubbed into liutnil-
itv. Laxsli child is ept con
stantlv in mind that others
have rights and reelings, and
. ....
preferences, as well as himself;
he forms the habit ot consider
insr those rights, feelings and
preferences: and he is thus pre
pared to "get along," as we say,
with those among whom his lot
mav be cast. Parents with one
child have a difficult task, and
their best way is to get for their
solitary chick as many play
fellows ot its own age as they
conveniently can. It rs bad
for a child to associate too much
with persons of mature age.
Highly Colored.
"Dey may rail against wo-1
men as much as dey like," said
a darkey lately ; udey can't set
me agait dem. I hab always
in ray life fouffct dera to be fust
in lub, fust in a quarrel, fust in
de dance, fust in de ice-cream
saloon and do fust, best, and
d e 1 ast i n d e si ck -room. What
would we do widout dem ?
Let us be born as young,
ugly, as helpless as We1 please,
and a woman's arm am ready
to receive us. She it am that
guv us our fust does ob castor
oil, and puts clothes on our
helpless naked Jinib, and cub
be is up' our foots and coses
long flannel petticoats ; and
am she, as we grow up, dat
fills our dinner-baskets wid
dough-nuts and apples as we
start for school, and lics
when we tear our trowsers."
Caramels. The proportions
for making these are half
much plain chocolate as sugar
and halt as muen butter
milk. Powder the chocolate,
melt the sugar, milk and butter
together, and stir in the choco
late, boiling ten minutes slowly
in a pan of hot water. Pour
into buttered plates, cut into
squares while soft, and set on
the ice to grow crisp.
Fruit Creams. -Dissolve half
an ounce of isinglass in warm
water enough to cover it;
this to a pint of cream, sweet
ened! with four Btfoonfuls of su
gar, and boil it .tVhcn cool,
lay some apricot, raspberry
peach preserves in a1 glass aisb,
and pour the qrearn over it .
Currant Ice Cream. -Pert one
farere' spoonful and a haff
currant jelly into a basin with
half a gill of 'strop squeeze
one lemon and',' 'Wlr, add
pint of cream and a1 little coch
ineal, . .then pass jt, through
sieve and finish in . the general
Fashionable garters are
blue Yelvety'gold mounted.
Korn, is a serial',- i' am glad
ov it.
It got its name-front Se.iies,
a primitiff woman, and in' her
day, the goddess ov oafs, afld
,:u i:l- ' ..
Korn -is sometimes called
maize, ana it grows in sum
parts of the Western country,
very amaizenly. ' ,; ;"
1 hav seen it out thare 18
foot hi (i don't mean the aktiial
korn, but the tree on winch it
grows.) r
lvorn has ears, but never has
but one ear, which is as del! as
an adder.
. Injun meal is made ttft ov
korn, and korn dodgers iz
made out ov injun meal, and
korn dodgers are the. tnffest
hunks ov the bread purswa-
shun , known to man.
Korn dodgers are made ov
water, with injun' meal mixed
into it and then baked on a
hard board in the presence ov
a hot fire.
When vu kant drive a 10
penny nail into them, with a
sledge hammer, tlicy are sed,
by good judges, to be well
done, and are ready to be
chawed upon;
They will keep 5 years, in a
damp place, and not gro tender, i
and a dog hit with one ov them
will yell for a week, and then
crawl under the barn, and,mut-i
ter for two days more. ' , ' :
I h&y knawed two hours mi
self on one side ov a korn
dodger without producing enny
They git the name of dodg-!
er from the immediate necessi
ty oy dodgeing, if one is hove
horizontally at yu in anger.
It iz far better tew be smote
hi a 3 year old steer, than a
korn dodger," that is only three
hours old.
Korn was fust discovered hi
injun, but whare they found
it i don't k no," and i' dont kno
as i care.
Whiskee (noble whiskce) is
made out ov korn, and whiskee
is one ov the greatest bles-iings
known tew man.
We never should hav bin
able tew fill our State prisons
with cnergctik men, and our
poor houses with good eaters,
if it want for noble wkiskee.
We never should have had
enny temyerance eons -ov soci
ety, nor prize fites, nor good
murders, nor phatt aldermen,
nor whiskee rings, nor nothing
it it want tor blessed whiskee.
If it want for korn, how
could enny body git korned?
And if it want for gitting
korned what would life be
We would all eiuk down to
the level ov the brutes if it
want for gitting korned.
The brutes owt git korned
they hain't got enny reason
nor soul
We often hear ov "drunken
brutes," this is a kompliment
to oxen which don't belong to
I have seen corn sold for 10
cents a bushel, in sum parts ov
the western country. U is so
mutch that tharc aint no good
law against stealing it
In konklusion. if you want
to git a 6ure krop ov korn, and
a good price for it, feed about
4 quarts ot it to a .shanghi
rooster then murder the roost
er immeiiatclv. and Sell him for
17 cents a pound krop and all.
[New York Weekly.
In the
book, wc
Carpenters Hand
ffrtd the following
given as the weights per cubic
foofy respectively, of the woods
named: Beech 40 pounds;
Birch, iti pounds ; Ebony, 83
pounds ; Yellow Pine, 38
pounds ork, 19 potfnds;
White Fine, 21 pounds ; Lig-num-yitfle,
S3 pounds. ; .
taUkwhMdtiuuByaai ' -
i 1 1- -. mi
, Sponge Jelly Cake. Take
three eggs, one cap of sttgar,
one cup of ffour, two tea-spoonfuls
of baking JfowtleiV. three
tablespoonfula of boiling wa
How to Manage Nails.
Every farmer who has had
occasion to drive a nail into,
seasoned oak posts is aware of
its liability to bend and break.
If the point be moistened in
the mouth - it' will generally
drve morer kindly. Oil is still
better, but then, it is inconven
ient to dip each nail separately
into, it Another point ob
served 'is that l6rvrds become
loose, eventually from the rust
ing of nails, which communi
cating to. the wood causes not
only ani . enlargement! bf the
nail hole but the wearing aWay
of the nail itsolf, rendering' .'tjlie
fesce or Tmijdiiig shaky and irt
secure ' Tins' may be prevent
ed by heating 8ny rough grease
until it smokes and then pour
ing it over the nail's to be used.
The grease will penetrate the
pores of the iron and cause the
nails to last an indefinite period
without rusting. Besides this
no trouble will be experienced
in driving them into the hard
est wood. The reason is that
the coating of grease prevents
contact with the air and conse
quently oxidation. Oxygen is
the great destroyer ot iron
and moistuie is the inducing
cause. Anything which is kept
from contact with the air is
preserved indefinitelyj and if it
is kept dry the effect is measur
ably the same. Paint upon
buildings' prevents the contact
of air and moisture. If the
whole fence or building cannot.
be painted, the heads at least
of the nails should be touched
Reader did you ever notice
the difference between the
members of a family which
takes a paper, and the mem
uers oi a lamuy wmcn does
not take a paper? If you have
not, improve the hrst opportu
nity presented to do so. You
will observe the members of a
paper reading family are supe
nor in iiouu ui iiueuuo, i;
hnement, general Knowledge
and requirements; this will be
plain to any observing person
rrt.- :n c
per so silent, so unobtrusive,
yet 60 sure can never be too
fully appreciated. A good
paper is a poor man's library, a
store ot knowledge, an inex
haustible supply of information.
Its weekly or monthly visits
always brings something new
and opens yet another gate
way to the broad, rich fields ot
learning and knowledge, and
therd is no excuse, in this age
of cheap literature for a family
to be without a periodical of
some kind. It is a duty they
owe to themselves to surround
themselves with ftll the litera
ture their circumstances will
warrant them in securing.
Many a man who claims to
be too poor to take a paber,
will spend twice the sum asked
for year's subscription to attend
a circus with his family, or for
runij or tobacco.
The man or woman who
lives in this age contented with
out storing their minds with
useful information; without the
intellectual food supplied by
newspaper?) ar beggars in
deed and worthy only of con
tempt, softened atid subdued
by pity.
The latest discovery in Utah is
a 2inc mine with aburidanco of
the metal, almost in a pure
The newspapers throughout
the State of Kansas are unani
mous ia tneir testimony that
the prospects for bountiful
crops this year are better than
they have ever been irt any
previous year-
An amfitiotrs Vcrraonter
thinks that the voters of Hut
land are' the most uncertain
people extant. He ran On the
rum ticket at the town meeting,
and oii the- temperance ticket
at the, village : election but
somehow; or otber ho got beat
en both times.
How we Go to Sleep.
The immediate antecedents
of sleep as Inn gouty a' . Berisa-
mm n Kill lib umiri UYV-
ids, partial tciriporary , relaxa
tion of .certain muscles;' a?
shown by-nodding and drop
ping the head upoii- this' breast,
comparative obtuscuess to ex
ternal ; impressions, etc.,' call
for ..no special remark. The.
order in' which the muscles lose
their pbwer, is, however1' de-
serving of ft passing notice.-
The muscles' ''which move the
arms and legs usually become
relaxed before those whiclvsup
port the head, , and the latter
before - those, which maintain
tiverbody in"itn' erect position.
There are; however,.' many ex
ceptions to this rule,- as may be
seen in church on a hot Sunday
when some of the congrega
tion are almost certain to be
seen with their cuius niVietlv
esting on tneir chests, but yet
tightly sprasnincf their w'av'er
books -Moreover,, in relation
to the special senses, that of
sight is the first lost, the clos
ing of the eye-l'i'd setting up n
barrier between' the retiftw and
the extern-ali World;' but inde
pendently of the eyelids if
they have not been removed
by the surgeon, or cannot be
closed through disease the
sight is -still tfie first sense
whose function is abolished.
Some animals, as the hare do
not shut their eyes wben asleep;
and in 'case's of somnambulism
the eyes remain open, although
the sense of sight is tempora
rily lost. ;The other senses, as
Dr. Hammond tells us, are not
altogether abolished; but their
acnteness is much iesseod.
Tate is the first to disappear,
and then smell; hearing follows,
and touch is the most persistent
of the senses. So, conversely,
a person is most easily awakeu
ed by tactual, expressions, next
in order by sounds, atd then
by smell. .
Words ef a Reliable Druggist
Allen's jLtfiiff Ifalsaiil,
Cough inan incredibly nhort time. Thorc U no
I warranted tntirvnk tin the most tpoiililonoinp
remodv that cim thaw more evidence or ri'al
merit than thy KaUanf. Irtr cnring 4Jonntlnip'
tion. Coughs, Cold!), Asthma, Croup, Ac.
Which mnkM It more tlmn a Couch Herded y
M ine City, Mton.,.Iuly 47, 1T0.
J. V.. ItAitHis Co.. Peiir Mr : The Allen's
(,nrtR RiilsumtiMi KTrlfotl. I would not likH to
ho without it. Tor it ha wived my life, I took a
bad cougli, iiiulflniillveonaiuiiittoD wnaseu'oa
iinon me. I wn In i very liiid Ktittc. I tried
everything that whh rewnirinended, m4 tpt-ul
a frrout' neat 01 money, nnii (pn. no neip. i mm
Die Allen' Lung H.il'wini fur Hide, but I knew
nothiiiK of Hh merilM. 1 did not like to take it
without knowing more about it. I liod not sold
a bottle. W.ien vOuriifreriteullod oti ttto I told
him I could notion .1 modle.ine I Knew nothing
aliont. Ho urged me to try it myself. 1 did o,
and to in v Krutoful nunriB the llrnt liottlc
looned mv rouirli. nml Ix-foiu t no third Ivotlle
WHS (ftKen my i.nnK" weru iinuuii hum wen, ami
lean now speak knowlnjrly tnr mj-.frieiids and
ciiHUimora of the qimlllle. of Allen's Lung Dal
snm. 1 rciniiin rcsncetitiny,
It Is sold by Medicine Dealers ovt-y- Kcrc
Do not hrriej-el veil, vnu who wnnt a (rood med-
ill low iinprinc-l pled donlerti tntu-ll von other Bill
isms. Hee that you nit ALLEN'S LUNG BAI.9AH
lind yon will huvetbe best coiigh remedy offered
lollie public: and tfne. tbnt will (rive satisfac
tion. . . i. n. Harris co.,
lelne.and desire "AUtu'n Luna Do not
Role Proprietors, CincJnnaU,U.
rot sals bi . .
O. TV. 0ISSON. IBcArthuf;
Dlt. J. B. 8TKONO. "
It. . W ILCOX A 1IR0., Hsmdenj
II. II. BISHOP A SON, -!lksvtlI.
For Humors: .
TIIESH frtvailniHrto Medicine have nchieva.
aComplef TriWCph, In ernilieutinff I In-morii,-
of arl; Hlntls, ftoin 4hn himinn s.VMtem.
They wcro introilueod (o tho jiuldie some six
years) since, and have been used with entire.site.
eeiis. TheOANOKK and SALT HHI-:iTM SVftl'P
latftkonfWtotnillly.-hleh demises the Mood,
bv throwUg inipuritles tn the snrfaee, when
the OtiUAVTE is applied, externally, and
emptrotfS Hre diistroyed.ancl Health and Ileau
ty restored. Their Ap-oNisnino Hftfriwa, hW
railed outinany lunorant protondcrH, v.ho h'nvc
Introduced their wonderful nrcparntlons to the
nuhlio. Thev are nut in almost .cferv form.
from Panaen-K'sdown to P11U. nid all for Hu-
hut it h'lts" .Ijf tn reserved to In. Wkavkk'h
SYUt i' mid UaATjoahlov what, (undvrtbe
clrouinstutieeM,) may be rrirarded as the most
brilliant triumph yt achieved by any niedl
eine ever introduced lo the American u'lrblio.
Whv m this? Simply, bocftiiie thev verform
. inft'ottrt tlitv nw.l
Introduction of thesiinew and womlcrful prop
rations to tho puMfc, the Halt Khvutn Hvrup
and Cerate keep Ateadlly on their n-af. wriniier
Inn an they ro'. If the Piibllo, wluli ihttf flmsc
now preparntlona, ire JfiWe- not a word to say,
what they promise; and. notwitlistandlnR
for thoy have dure Itemedy to r nil Hnx-k I'pon
vis., DR. WltVsk'H ( linker and flnlt KlieUtn
Rvnip and Oeratn. Of this raxa the public
well aware, for thousands, in nil sections of
country, have bona cured by them, after
other remedies hjivf uttorlv failed.
' "' 0sitr
O. W. BIBOV, . MoAtthnr
PR. 3. R. 9rrtO!to , "
Kh. WILCOX t.0O..' -, . Hamdeoi
iir. C.WJT.JW7JC, , "
If. JtBltHOTftlWy; WtlkmrllM.
Useful Information.
How to fay Off ' a' Styiaf ry
AVkJ' of rA!oiih(I. tf eaStiVe' ofV;
209' fcefi each sideband1 yoiV-wili
have a' Sfluai'6" acre' witfiw aiV'
inch.'- " .
An1 acre'ebnt;aiH's-l'840N square '
A.8fuard' ihile ton tains' tfaf
A mile ik 5,28b,ft et;.or l.TGC
yai'ds.' ' ' ; -
A fathom itfflii feef.
A lea'gil'e is tl'irce miles. '
A Ssibbath day's jUii'niey is1
1,1 hVJ yards this is eighteen1
yards less than two thirds bf K
A dajf'd journey' i3 33 J-
milen. - '
A rulMt; is twenty-one inches.
A hand (horse measure) i
four inches.-
A palm is three inches;
A space, is three feet..
Abwri-el- of flour weighs 195
A barrel of porli 200 lbs..
A barrel of rice GOO lbs..
A ft eg of powder 25 lbs.
A fi'i kin' of but ter 55 lbs-.
A tub of butter H lbs.
Bushel Measure. Wheat,
hearts aiHt elovev seed, 60 lbs.
to tUs busftei. ,
Coin, rye ancl fJax-seed1. 5G
loiiruts.- .
Buckwheat, & pound?, .. j
Barley, 43!poiinds. .,
Oat-', 2 pounds. Tg'
Uran; 'JO ppoiids.
Coarse salt, 85 .potrnds.
A ton of round timber ia 40
feet J of square timber SO cubic
A commercial bale of cot
ton n 400 potfnds
A pccK ot wool is 240 lbs.
A section of . government
lafJtl is 610 acres.' or otie mile.
A liquid ton is 252 gallons.
A box 10 by 16 inches and
inches deep contains one
A box of raisins contains 24
A quintal of fish is 112 lb.
Virginia pcattuts Weigh 22
lbs. to the bushel Wilmington
do. 26 to 28 lbs African do.
32 lbs,
There is a story extant of a
man who had the toothache.
He was a quarryman by pro
fession, arid he coflclfldeo! that
the best way to rid himself of
the tooth would be to blast it
out So he filled his mouth
with powder fired a slow
match, and ran arotind the
corner to get atit of the way of
the result. When the explo
sion occurred he was surprised
to find how close itseeia'ed. It
was Very successful so far as
the tooth was concerned ; bHt
when the inan went home the
iretieral aspect of his mouth re
sembled that of the Delaware
water gap. The dentist says
he would not undertake to fit
him with a new set of teeth of
the necessary sitfe for less than
a thousand dollars
A Long Island woman re
fused to atterid the" funeral of
her father last week because
the! bread was ready for the
oven and would sodr if she
left it;
A young bachelor in Jersey
City was "urged d marry, but
he repliedj li don't se'd It." My
father was a single" roan and ho
always got along well enough."
Thim"? yenrs havo elapsed' since tho Intro
duction of Davis' rain Killer tdUia public, and
yet at the preaent tints tt H more popular and
commands d larger sale tKah ever belbre. Its
popularity Is not oonBnucttlnJi country alone;
all over the world Its bericfTclal eiTer.t in curing
the "Ills tKat riesH Is belt to." ore aoknowledg.
ed And nppreclaUd,- and att ft Pain Killer Its
fame is limited o Wo coun'tr,V,)ctor rftco, has
never b'rrne e'litial'etl by sftiy medicine lu Europe
or Am'M'ica.,
It is' ioU by all inodHoIno dealers
A lady in this pity says the
latest thing cut is. her hus-
Poultry, to fatten rapidly
must be, like hogs, restricted to
a limited space. Freedom hnJ
fat are incompatible, 1

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