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TAKE BACK THE RING, DEAR
JAMIE. JAMES LINEN.
Tufc" buck lb Hnir, dfur Jamie,
The rln y R tnnip.
Anl ' the- tow y mmlP yr.rro
It ' I hue t"
pin y'll do wtt a tlttln Hmo
Yo oanna niriy me.
I pmmlM In my dftWI
Af(r lin Btti i'oH w,
I n-Vr wji1 leave my Minnie.
WlntoVr mil hfr b r.r.
111 futllifn' ki-i my premlw,
Kir ' ttmt yi run r'f;
Jjti lo, ifir yp wuitt wait,
Y' in r can marry hip.
I c.intm Irare my Mttinl
HtlfV IhtII Mf Kill-I to 1UC
H .i f-'rr ! wim lntrntf,
A ir tiling i n lur kiir
Nsr m.lr ulte'll hut in my trmviti-n htr.
N-.r IhipIc inn piinl nn' lirnw;
Hlio aiiM nuil frail, lur n n mt dim,
An' mm will tiuno on ft.
1 manti tin leave my Minnie,
lli-r Vinriicy In lit Inmr;
Hr h-nl f Ih ikIiii;' l thr nuhil,
Wln'ie it maim xturll ir nrr.
V it 1 tti lu iri-KR mti-ttii,
'A It" liomirM t no,
luwat. 1 hri ti in o' h Iplcn mum
An aim In yonlli w.ii. In tl ml'io.
Tnkr lm-k the rln;,. tofir Ihiii'p,
Thr nun yf nap t in
AikI oil tin vtiwn yo maiieri tiv n
JU tiratli tti- Mrki ti trt";
Anl ( ' um- ", k niy lit art ii,
tin a' I lur tn r
Hm y. 'It no witil a litlln' ihii'
Y" anna marrv Inn.
General Intelligence. A TOUGH STORY.
A Lizard in a Man's Stomach—It Dies
and is Ejected.
From the Cairo (Ill.) Bulletin.
During tli Wnr. a (tenth man, now of
this city, was c.nnrrtl Willi (In army in
Hon th Carolina. 1 In had Inn? ntul ix
Luusting marches to iiiuke, mid for diinle-
illg Water WHS Colnpcll'-d to lesnlt to t In
swamps nnd ponds found nlong tlm rout".
It wns customarily to hurriedly dip npn
en pH ill ni tlio roliin.n moved on. without
louving the linn, iithI to gulp it downns
tiny moved forward. Time passed, mil
t lie gentleman of whom we kj .i k f. II rii k.
He Wiih tmutilid with nn liiit.il'ilitv of tin'
Htoniiu'li.lor wliUb iiliy.'.iciiun roulii lind no
remedy. The wnrefoM'd, nnd )ils(oiiiiluiiit
lii'i'oiun more mid more H)((. ru ut i n i '. It wnH
Willi difllculty tlic most loolli-oine inotHel
could lie ri tnined in thp htonineh. He
roiiHtilted number of j'liVMiiiuiH, vim
jirewrilied Hundrv mid varied n un li h, Imt
they nil fniled toelleet tl.cdeMieil.'nre. Mnl
tim roiitiiiui d tlitin uiitil the m utleinnu
Hindu tip bin mind that tin re mum no enre
lor him, and that tint only tbiiiR tlial r
imiined for liim whm to continue tin: use ol
Hllell Ull dleineH lit ilfTordid bill) tin' lnni.t
relnf, nnd tlmx Hinooth bix w y to the
(rave, due innrmiij; ho unn vulkinK in
the Ritrden, ntnl hein temted ly the '
eiirnnre of n cluster of red riimiuH. be
w illed to inrlination, mid KA.dlowed in:
much n a niiiiiII hundlul of tbem.
He hnd no ".'loticr done so tbuu he telt
Hint b li'.d riuee lor rei'retlii. bis
m-'Iuii-hh. AnuuiiMiid retehiii'i tolloued.atid
in a few nccoudx ho voiuiU d up tlieeni
rnntx, mid with tin m the ilend body ol n
red lizard, fully nix inebeH lone ! He lmd,
no doubt, ill link thin li.nrd win li it i .ii
very rninll, in tho South Curoliiiii HWnnip
water. It bad be en nurtured lor ni ntliH
in biH Bloinneli, mid (;ruwii to the. number
it wen when ejected. It bud, probably,
been killed by iwiiiclhiuR taken into the
Rtoinneh, nnd the decompOHitiou of the
body liavinu; cninim nci il, created n iiniivn
of Htomneli that eiiabbd liim tothrovit
up. One hide of iti he ad mid a poiiion of
ila tHil had decnyed, but ollieiniMe il v. if
whole, well formed, nnd unduiiialily a liz .id.
Thin is the Hint liz.ud Mory ol thiHiia'uv.
ot which we ever heard, mid, I i-bio t!,nr
otinbly natiMtled ol its tint b, v.u put it on
An Unfortunate Lover.
NitHliua (.irnMsiinli nn biitiiiu Tiun n.
(juite nn niuusing incident o.curre.l in'
this city Inst night. A yonng genth man,
who prides hiiusi ,f on his poliln d i)tin
ners and n tilled tuste, is pnvn:'; l is n."s
iinh lit luldiesKes to a young iad.. 1 I' M iff
to one of the Hist laniilies in town, f m
the night mentioned, ho ncoompiiih d l.er
to A private party lit the liiill ient a Irieiid,
nnd in conver atimi nnd l: u ie the In or.
Hew by until the clock struck t.v. ha It--1
lore me nun ui coupiL '.iaiir i i.a in. nnnit
of the fair one. Ariivnl I her", toe;. I,i-si d
a good night, tho fair girl to n. k lo'i c ur h
nnd he, us was presuiet d,lo ..e. K hi- h' m .
lint no sooner bad the door rln-. 1 bel.i'. d
the girl than n happy thoiirdit stuck l,i:u
Jt appi ars that the young i-. ij's ro'.ui
was on tho second lloor, and that i he ..mn
man kin-wit. He then lore provided him
self with n ladder, nnd placing cnciiel
thereof on tho ground, leain d the mini
against the house, mid nsccmlnl to imi
i... i...in... ,i
ii'iiihihss ,i, M,i,, I.. . ,.,.'i j
she was letirmg. Ihit "whom the gods'
ycl.M-.ten." Fate was iw.ii: hi our
Lollmrio. Wbih. intent on watching m. I
ninuiei.t to coiiuuei.ee hi. s .,,g I
a dog belonging to tin. laniilv, , h,u
everybody knows to be the most quint. 1 -
boiii dog in town), not liking the looks ol i
things, iiiado n very noiy raid upon the
inu ei.ap on inn laililer. I Ins it seems,
nindo him u hlllo nervous, which cau.fd
the foot of the laihh r to slip, and down
went our Serena, Ur, but into still (Uej.er
lie fell from tho frying rmu into tlm Bio.
The girl's purenlsoeeiipii .1 the room iniiue
diuttly hi math hi rs, mid Iho laddnr, us it
llipped down tho side of tho house, p
with the precious weight, f. II directly
through their w indow, landing our H-roin.u't
squureinto the roern, lircaking ;hns, suhIi
aud All ill the demolished window, waking I
the old folks from a sound slumber so tin
coruuioiiiotisly that ideas ol burglars, earth
quakca ami Uiruadoes rushed through their
Our clinp, thiinder:itmek nt this strange
ilenenemi nt, iittempti-d to beat o rt treat.
To go out of the window he dale not, for
old Himu stood growling there. Ho, believ
ing discretion tho better part of valor, he
sought to Hnd his way out to tho street
door. Hut in thin ho was foiled; for before
be had lnudeuuexit from the budlooiu,tbe
old giiiilh niHli seized bun by the coat, and,
while attempting to extricate, himself from
the old man, lie was confronted nt the foot
ol the stairs by his lovely Duh inea, with
lamp ill band and Hcrcniiiiiig with terror at
every step. Ol course hn wiik recognized
in mi iustnut, but withont waiting for apol
ogy or explanation hn Went out ol the trout
door Willi tho old man's foot closu behind
him. He left his but, but declares ho was
attacked by robburs who stole it from him.
The old man cousulted a lawyer the next
day, and it is through him that we get the
fuctHBHiibove. Itwusnjust rebuke, to that de
testuhle, sneaking spirit that could prompt
a young muu making any pretentions to
nmuhoud or deceucy to go plying about the
windows of a sleeping chamber in that way.
If wo served hint right we should write his
name that be might be despised. 1 lorgot
to stnto that be bos paid for tho w indow,
asked forgivtuoiM of Iho family and in
duced tin ui not to reveul his name.
New Youk, Oct. IX lsii7. (
Diua Rin.-It is with much pleasure tlml I
my to you that I consider the Pmniati-.n
ltrrTKKSof iiutnld value. In Iho lull of 1MII7 I
was taken with UhlIU and Fever, Willi the
liiont severe puius in lev client anil In ml. It
wns with great Uitlli nlty thut 1 eouht breuthe.
Sly lungs weregieslly dintretsed sud time
was severe psin in my right side, by iqii ils. 1
could hardly get up from my bed. I culled n
doctor, who attended mo all winter wui, em
Ike least hunt lit. About the 1st ol Aiifiust I
eouiuiciiccil using your Plantation JIihi.um
- a wine-glass full lluen times a liny ui.n
have used it most of Hut lime union, u,,', aM,
not well sud strong, able to do ull i.e. own
work aud the cure of a largo family.
Yours, .Ve., Husan Wilson.
Maosolu Wati.u. fiuperior to tho best
liuportud (loruuiu Cokmue, aud subl at ball
A Crowded Circus Tent Prostrated by
A Crowded Circus Tent Prostrated by Wind---Intense Alarm among the
From the Dayton (Ohio) Ledger, Aug. 17.
Yesterday nfteruoon, nbout 3 o'clock,
while ltrynnt'n mennnerio nnd ctrcnii was
In full blnt, nt the corner of First nnd
Webster heol, theio enmo Very suddenly
it furious khIo of wind, followed by n benvy
shower of rnin, which for n short time
seemed nn thomjli it would scnttT every
thing bvtoro it. The perfurniaiire wiui
nbout hnll over, when nil nt onee the Riiy
pob niiihide were tilled from the ground,
nnd considerable creaking wns benrd thro'
the enliro civnvm, which spread great eon
sternntion nmoiig the vast nuiulier of peo
ple gnthered under tho pnvillion. It was
evident that the pnvillion would instantly
I ill unless emit force was applied outside
to hold on to the ropes, homo fifty men
look hold of the ropes ou the south side,
and Attempted to bold it fiom blowing
over, but it wan utterly inipossi'de. In
iiuollier instant the ropen snapped, the
center pole enmo unfasteni d, nnd with n
teriibbi crnxh the huge paviliion van dash
ml to the pound, upsetting nt the snme
time two of tlm wagons containing wild
At this point ni vend voic es cried mil,
"'t he nuiinals nre loose." This terrific
alarm, udibd to the lutein,? cxeilemi nt
caused by tln falling of the canvas nnd
breaking of the seats, nnd screaming ol
wouu n and children, imule cnufiisiiiii more
confoiimleil, nnd the Keene one of tho wild
est disorder nnd the greatest danger we
ever bail oec ii-ien to will!' m. The people
were now all terrified, nnd fled everywhere
ill the wildest confusion. Amid the
sereanis ol at hat it thousand women nnd
children, who Were trying to eshieile
themselves I rum beneath Iho hm) en
benches, and crawling out from under the
canvas, mothers nnd fathers seized their
children mid Irimlicntiy tns bf d Ibeir way
out ns lust they could. Many of the
children wero pressed down in the excite
nient ami ti am pled iii the diit; Home were
very much binised. .T;i"rH nu n and women
Hed to ndj icent bonnes and cloi.ed the doors
behind to escape from being oveitaKeii by
the wild nniinals. v.hieh iliey imagined
were in pursuit of them, tint two persons
utru seiioiisly injured V. II. Alitebell,
wlio was Hung neiosn a bench w bile at
tempting to support a guy, and n little :'ul,
whose name we did not asceibiiii, had her
aim brol.cn nnd recc ivid n k veic wound
on the head.
The Midnight Sun.
Tho following in a desctiptiou of tho
scene witnessed by Mr. fampl i 11 nnd bin
party in the north of Norway, ns they
s nod on n elilT l.OI'O feet nbovo tho Ken,
The pnssano is unsurpassed in graphic
The ocenu i;tretelied far nwny in silent
vasliieK, at r.nr feel: the noundot its waves
scarei ly reached our airy lookout; nway in
the iiorlh the hn';e old sun swung low
along the horizon like the slow beat of the
pendulum in the tall clerk of our gtuiid
tather's pallor corner. We all stood silent,
looking at our watches. Whin both bands
come together nt i o'clock midnight, the
lull round orb bung triumphantly nhove
the wave-n luidgo ef gold running ilu.1
north spanned the wab r beiuieniis nnd
him. 'Ihero he rhonc in r.ili lit majesty
which I. new no selling. We involuntarily
took oil our hats; no word wnssaid. t':uu
bine, ii you can, the most brilliniit iiutiiet
an 1 Miuirin' you ever saw, nnd ita lieatith s
will p lie be lore the gorwus coloring which
now lit up ocean, lieaveu nnd mount. tin. In
hall an hour the sun had sn iing up pereep
tildyon his beat, the colors changed to
those of morning, n liv .h brci ze rippled
over the Hood, one. songster titter number
piped tip in the grovo behind m-we bad
slid into another dnv.
How Squire B—got his Verdict.
At the next term the conrt-honse wns lill
loveth. T' h" '1","rs ; 'Ut, just be-
,"1r'.' ",1K n,,' r" l,',, "" -v w' r" "! tv
opportuno 8l1 V' lfl""" "! n "''''"'J' Plreniu cut of doors,
"""1 no r.ne but the r liie, is ol court, the
nT?' '!'"''' '"''" wilm-.s.-i von-
.1. M. l)- gs, the able and emViei.t
president of one of our mo t i'r.i i -t.rd
r.iilroails, in 'arty lite hnnT cut i:: -l.i::-'.e
t:i G iluin, a pi leu vaIiio'u b.n riuee pr-. v l
so j roliile in pul lie n n. Aun-t ; il- i'r t
Clients Win a m il-'o.ih-f.ini.t r. w.,c-,.. 1
ni.iiiR.i a a.:i..l i ' 1 a 1 c; .:i.i t v.. 'a
mile r l.ad
ot tLe pre l.t ;.
: lr a:,
tU' . C I..L- -.I
tin; tre-ip.iss' r, nr.d tae 1.
n UL 1
ti. C'.-aiy to r.so;t to tl. 1 e. t , r. .u-r..-..
him in l.is propit'. S w..-, i t
stunt' d, mid ti e tiuii c.i:ne i ft. The c :,,t
1, HI-' W iVrt till, d (,V i.11 ri'i 1., !,.- t J :.;!!. IS.
' v l.o s nq.e.tl.i- s t.-r the d. ; nd iv.t w-re
so tuil hatn.i ly ixpi'esxd that the j'iry
w. i.' i:ii i.iwi 1, e' d l.i"l;!.t in i. v., li.'t
in ii'-ciiidaiiee with the opuLr s i.;ii:,-i.t.
llllt tin- (olllt, 1.11 lipplle.ito:i, t, lt., t.
V'l.liet as so coi.traiy to law irnl i.pi.tv,
that ii nt once (.-i mted a n. -.v ti...l. A:t- r
these, procee.-diiigs w. re bad, S'jiiii. 1; );.
, who still livi sin ti.o n. i(.!il..iiliii,d n.
the elijojuiint f a gl. . li eld ng. I
"Ion,' may be W..M. ' st. p i J up to
1 g .sand remained.
"Voiing iiiuii, I have a f. Ihv.y.f, , ;Mr. f. ,r
ivou. Ill 1 1 1 i ii dial you l.av. n t I. ,d a fan
iiiuie. n lieu ii comes ( 11 m'aiu 1 wit e
Hint yonnie riphl-d
,. " V ; ""'. ami wio jury
"i""-iui litu i I'll' I l"l llie I'laillllll. II
g H wns ut a Iofs to nccoiiut lor tbia hiid
den exodus; but when he caino to go out,
lie foil ml that '.Squire 11 kn - had cpi ned
a fnro bunk near the court-hou -e steps!
Thin uttracliou wns too puMeilul to be i.
leu.- - lli.s(rr;i Mimlhii for .s.;,!i ),,' .
'Tin: Dav nr ISmall Tiiikhs."A tall
chimney had l.i. n couipleled and the scat
ti'hlint; wns la ing removed. (Inn man re
maned on the toil to Hilperinli lid the luo-
cess. A rope should have been b it for lain
to descend by. His wilh was at home
washing, when her little boy biiist iu with
"Mother .Mother ! they've forgotten the
rope nnd lie's going to thru' himself
down!' Hhe paused -her lips Moved in
the agony ol piny, r nnd she rushed forth.
A crowd wn i looking up t i the poor man
who was moving round nnd round tho nar
row cornice, terrified mid bewildered. He
se. med ns il at any moment he might fall
or throw hiiniielf down' in
despair, ilia wile liom below cried out.
"Wait a bit, John" -tho man became calm
"take off thy slocking unravel tho wors
ted ;" nnd he did ho. "Now tie the end to
a bit nl mortar and lower gently." 1jUW,
some tho th.ead nnd the I it ol mortar,
swinging buekwaid and forward. Lower
mid lower it descended, eagerly w atched by
liittnyey..'. It was now within reueh, mill
was gently si izi .l by one of tin crowd.
They laslened somu twino to the thnad.
"Now pull up." The man got hold of the
twine. Tho rrijm was fasten, d on. "l'ull
away, ngain." lie ut length siczed thorope
nnd uiu.le it secure.
There were n few momenta of suspense,
and then, iimid tho shouts of thn people,
bo threw himself into the anils ol his w ife,
sobbing: "I'hon bus snved me Mary."--The
worsted thread was not despised -it
drew alter it the twine, tho ropo tho ren
cue) Ah, my trieud, thou nitivest bo sunk
very low in sin, but there ihu Tbmulol Ii-
viue I,ovo that comes from the 1 linuie of
heiiven and touches even thee. Keizn that
ihic.ul. It inny bn nniiill but it is golden.
Iniprovo what you hnvo, however little.uiul
more shall he given you. This thread of
love, if you will not neglect it, shall lift
you up to (iod nnd glory. "Who Lath de
spised tho day of small tilings?"
"Fiii'sii as A iHaiokn's liia sii ' is the pure
peachy Complexion which follows the ue of
llsguii's Magnolia Itilm. It is tho True
Heeiet of ilemily. Fashldiiahlu I.udics in
S'leiety uiiderstund this.
'J In M i:;ii'ilia iiniln change, tho rustle
Country On 1 Into a City llullu more rapidly
l liuu any other one thing.
lh dm , Kiinhiirn, Tun, Frecltl s, lilotches
mid uh fit- its of tho human r rtiin disuppenr
where il is lined, and a genial, cultivated,
fresh expression is obtained wdiicb rivals thn
I'.loonl ol Youth, llcuuty is possihlo to all
a lio will Invest 75 cents ut any respectable
line, and iiioi-t on getting iho Magnolia
b'sn nothing but Lyon's K.dh viion to lros
How Jim Wicker's Head Got Bald.
Jim Wicker wan n comicaldooking fel
low, wilh n very young fnee, but by reason
of having no hair, he looked very old
from hi eyebrows nil the way round to the
back of his neck. Ho was very sensitive
nlxnit the dofeet, nnd wns somewhat cele
brated, from ft fight ho hnd bad with trav
eling agriculturist, who, npon 'being Asked
by Jim, "What would causo the hnir to
grow npon his shining poll," was Advised
to "cover the top of bis bend with guano,
nnd plant it down in crab grass. " ltig ,Tjni
wouldn't quarrel w ith t'npt. Wild, for that
centlcmnu was not oulv tho host of the
Fairy Queen, mid nlso find tho key of nil
"tho n lreshnients" in his possession; so
without hesitation be eulighted his Auditor
alt' r this fashion:
"Yon see tne bar nlwnys did grow rath
er scarce 'bout my scalp, nnd I wns nlwnys
rubbing one thing nnd smother to fotcb it
out, though thnr was little to be seen above
ground. I'd heard of bnr's grease, nnd
bought A gallon in bottles, but t believe it
was nothing but hog's lard, sol thought I
would hnvo the gcxuiuo Article, nnd I got
old Hau to go ont nnd kill souk thing lor
my especial benefit. Dan told me it wns
in tho spring, mid thnt the bnrwas in bad
health nnd out of nrasnn, but I believed he
was trying to qnir. ,nie, nnd wotild'ut tako
no for nil answer. A short hunt lotched a
critter to bay, nnd Pan by n shot in the
vitals snvod tho VArmint, Imt the bnrwas
in n bad condition, lor ho looked ns seedy
as nn old Canadian thistle, nnd bo hail
hardly enough in bitn to keep bis joints
from squeaking nnd what he did have 1 got
and use I, end stranger, said Jim, looking
anrioulully round on tho i o:iipnny,iu n
week I wasns bald n'lti gunharicl. l).m
was light, the vaimliit was uhc tiling him
self, ntnl nothing in him but Aoi-hm. inn
ie, and the conseiieuco is, I can't in the
dark tell my bend from a dried gourd, II I
depend on feeling."
What is a (loont-'ow? A writer in n re
cent number of tho (ialaxy gives the lollo v
Ing gcnernl bints regarding the selection
of n good cow lor milk produeting:
l'ir t. Hinlth, od corstitiition or di
gestive nppnratiiM, for which we requires
.Second. That Iho largest possible devel
opment ot Uie animal hall he In hind, in
th" udder nnd parts ndjaccul. A i.ood cow
is likely to bo wedge shaped, ol which the
bead is the smaller end. i'.ig binds, or
horns, or sliouldelil mo not desired, be
cause they havo to be nourished by the
food, lint these nro Indispensable; it large
hie;, nnd hindquarters to support nnd millili
ter to it. What do our milkmen look lor
in selecting milk giving cows 't The first np
pcarance, to a judge, will convey nil idea
ns to the healtti or cousliluliou of Iho cow.
llo will ask, al io, n bony frame, one that
docs not steal the fat (loni the milk; and he
will feel the skin, ti lind it II. ible and cov
ered with close sottish hair; he will ask lor
good lung room, n capacious belly, a wide
runip and well developed bag, covered with
soli hair. Kxtemling liom this bag forward,
be w ill be d siiou i to ico pionumiit the
two great veins w hich I r theinsi tv. s in
the belly; nnd on the hie k of the n Id r he
will look for many well-di lined bianehiii;:
veins. Then conn s (liienoii s "nn k-inir-ror,"
which is n bmad stiip of hair run
ning np trnm the udder to the vulva, which
he considered the one (liim; nee.llul; 'out
which has not, in this country, la . u found
nn infallible lest, though it is n good one,
If, in addition, the cow is gentle, good (em-
Iieicd, yon nre ulniont sine olmi. ill. -maker.
jook for that kind.
Cor.N Fopnrn. The falling ell In H.ilk,
nnd tho neglect to provide food for Boiling,
induces many to turn Mock into tho mead
ows c.uly. nnd betore they have b come
thickly coated with nftermtth. It is Very
bad economy, very injin ions t meadows
while the seemingly 'f iirfeid' Hfnvpt
sway in A few d.ivi. and n 'evtity yi, 11 nt
niilk i.s th " iv.-ilit for the lala!;co'of t!:c
season. There is tin crop, U.. r, !' r. th.-.t
pays tue duryn ui l . tu'r. one xrt w;t'i
auotl.er, than th f w a-'ii. vvlti
t corn to i 1 r. C -rr. :' 1 I t '
1 ' f. 1 :
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, t.l-i std -s rn ti.eie H !. wi t
to.-k tt.-..fc.l.r c: a - -s
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e t to : .- -. I ;
, t:oI.s e f t:.e .'. v tL'V w.'.i f
on. '. - f r 3 '
. 1 .-:
-1 p' ti :
1" tore f i hi..- it i- a i.
tl.e- In- r..il .; a;. l i t it
atterii'-'-n, :: 1 'h- n f. d. Iri :Vi, v, r ,i,.
, ..f tin- i x:i n.al iiioi-tnie i, l.e ;'ti j.
ai"lth;-( e, l?..UI,.i j r. f. ir. I i. . ai.iui.d
' and pi sliiee U tt'-r r'- ilt . I . ni f d ! r i
; v. iv siieeiil. nt. and .! s nt i.. d to be
- li'r; ... r di' it.-d by t.-.- :ii,g when ii..de- or
, wat r is nd!.eriU2 1 1 it. I;. tt'-r ie Inc. t'u.
water in it by welling and nrti.iliy drying.
Ylllow Wash r..n j:i ii.mm,.,. - Iiissolve
one pound of p';lvricd copp.-r, s in H g d
lons of water; bt it stand for 'Jl l ours,
stirring two or three times: Imiii the le ttoi.:,
I'.su this for i'aking the lime and tiiiiining
it totheeoii-i iteney ol ordinary w bit-wash ;
add hydraulic ceiueiit eqnid in quantity to
the lime u-c.l, and there may ul .n be "ad
ded, with advantage, ' gallon of clean fine
sand to every 1 j galloiiHol tho w.n.h. Wnil,
nsing, i tir In qui -ni ly, to prevent le.nd limn
si tiling. Thu walls or buildings "hould be
first Well cleaned of diist, and thoroughly
wet w ith the rose ol a watering pot, and
the wiuh Applied immediately niter, begin
ning ut top, laying the cout on horizontally
nnd ttuishiug vertically. T- foro having
tho work nt uny time, finish the course to u
point in the wall, to prevent leaving a mark
where the two courses join on a r.-newal ol
tho work. This wah in stated to have
lasted for lilteen y.-urs without requiring
renewal. For n gray or stone color, add to
the nhove lainp-biaek, previously deadciu-d
with whiskey. Smllnrn J'hihln;
Nervous Debility wilh its ilor,mv i .r,,ft.
aets, ho, snintii, depression, hivfilniitu v
iiuicnmns, loss of S' men, i pi riruton hoio.
Ii.uu j.l n'.trn. .11, ... I I I '
, ... vll , ,i..sn o ineillin y,
and thuatiiied iuipiitniicc and inilxsiilily,
fillil A Kiii-i'i e'er, ill in 1 1 r,, . .1 . ... .- II
---r. ". 'i". j niiwinen-
l.,ill.ie IS,,..,. I .. K... I ...... ... .....i.i i j
t ..... , in e,f-in. ciiinpUMOa
ol th-; most valuable nnhl and potent Cm a-
... -., nie.v 'niinu ill oueo HI iiierootoi ht
It.ull.p I. ..w. .... II... - . ... .... . . ... I
........... ...... ,,. ejni'-iil, lllli.-.ll me lllil-
oliarges, and impart vigor and energy, life I
j him ennui iiiiiii, ji.iyeave-
...... .. wiri.B, I lice -t.l.liu K r
CttcUagii or nix boxes iu.il vial, wliich is v. rv
Inipoilaiit in obHliniln slid nlil en. i s, i.r 'l
I'.., , iiij,,u u ni.ei i-y Ull in ll'oput s, p ml
tem by mad on rio.ipt of price. A'ldn.t
lluiiiphicy's Hpecille llonienpi.lb'.c ubidicnie
Cu , 5oi liionilMuv. New Yoi k.
Da. Haoi.'s ('atari Ii lb m.-dy U no J'atrut
.Wnieiiie hmnlnui gotten np to dupe the if
rant nnd endue. us, nor is tt represented ns
being "composed of ruin mid nrecioui nub
stances, brought from the fi.urt:i.rrieisof ihe
em Hi, cai i inl seven tunes across the 0 n ut
Desert of Kahnriaoil the lucks of fuiii leeu
caiail.., and brought serosa the Atlantic
O' enu in two ship ." it h u t,-;,,,.',., ,,',
oo.oii, pUHimml ltiimi-.lv, il Kn-ftllr
for Cliroiiie. Nasal Catauli, "Cola in the
Head,' and kindred diseases. Tlei pieiniie
t' i-,11. V. Picicc, M. D., of bull .In, . y
Mti ra a rewuid of ? .U0 for a euso el ( atari h
be cannot cine. For sale by niut druggists
everywhere. Hunt by luaii, poi.tpuul, ,,r six
ty ctnte. Address tho proprietor ns shove.
TnB I tiuit axii Uuioinai. 'ionic of Iron
Phoephoiiis, and Calisaik, knowu a,
Fiiiio lho-'ilioiiiteil Klixir of Ca
hsayii Park, Tho Iron risioros color to
the nlond, the I'liiMphorus rem ws waste ol
the nerve, tissue, and the Cshsava give,
a natural healtlilulniiuj to the digestive or.
gnus, thereby curing clvspi-psia iu its various
lorni. , Wakefulness, (leneral Debility sud
Depri-nsi'.n of Kpii its. Mioiuluelureil only by
C'.VoVv ld.fi, HAZAIU) A CO.. aureessora ti,
(la.well, Muck li Co., New York, bold by all
IIydk 1'Ai.a Ki minaiiv, b(autilully siluatod
on me iiise Miore, iwn nun s soutu 01 ciiica
go, begins its eleventh year Wi iln.iKlav, Hept.
lot li. Ity the reduced terms, board, furnish
ed room and (ni ion iu Kngli-li branehesRio
new liiiiiiidieil fortF.'uO per annum. Address
Mrs. (!. V. Wtiito.l'iiiicipal, 17 Tribune Duild
I ho eclipse was invisible iu New Or
loauu owing, to a cloudy sky.
The bcnrlholders snpposerl, when Ornnt
wns eleetfid and Schenck's pnblle credit bill
wns pnssed, thnt (bo huge swindle of cold
payment of the tlvo-twenly bonds wonld be
enrried out withont possibility of failure.
They hnd very good reasons for this oppo
sition, because niter the excitement of the
presidential campaign was over, there was
lor A few months, n partial nbnndnnment of
the discussion of tho question of the curren
cy redemption by the domocrntic press, nnd
a general Assumption by the republican
newspnpers thnt the question wns defln
it. lv s, tiled.
The way in which the campaign in Ohio
bus been opened, end tho bold And deter
mined manner in which Mr. l'cnilleton
presses iiion tho Attention of tho people
the results of Mr. Hotttwells swindling pol
icy will convince bondholders thnt tinw
are not ns secure as thy imagined them
selves t ) be a few weeks Ago. It ban been
the policy of the secrelury of Iho Irensary
to raise the premium on bonda, nnd in
crease the diU'-renco ill value between bond
His alleged reason for this wns to ad
vance the credit of the government so ns to
bo nblo to change tho form of the nntional
debt into onebenrintj n less rnte of interest
The true reason was a hojie. to get tho ques
tion of currency redemption out of the way
by bringing bonds to n iar with gold, or so
nenrly to tho gold level thnt the people
would ba accustomed to rcgnrd t'nein ns
equivalent to coin.
When he begun bis purchases of bonds,
theio wss but n slight difference between
their prico nnd thnt of currency. Tho pron
peet of continued nnd lienvy purchases of
the former, while no calculation or prov
ision wns nindi.' for the redemption of trms
ury notes, daily inc.-casc.l tho difference,
and this increase bs-e-served to make the
donations i -fleet ol his policy mora appar
ent. (In Ihe 1st of Jnuunrv fi-'JU's were selling
nt 107. On Hulnrday tiiey wero quoted nt
1'i'H. yir. llontwi II has ninimpeil in pnr
elinsinit limnls to inerense their price mnch
bevond what they would have advanced
had b" not given notice Hint bo would
iniike lienvy purchases ou days nnnied by
him. He nnd his admirers congratulate
tlio tax pnyers upon the lact thnt they have
lost several miliums of dollars by thn in
crease of premium on the bunds, nnd the
pi-osii. et that within u short time no bonds
can lie bought at a discount is nlso deemed
tnatli r for cor.'.'ralulatinn.
It is not probable that tlio tnx-pnyersof
Ohio will be inillU'erciit to theao facts wlu n
preseiitiitnin of them shnll be mndo by Mr.
I'eiiiiletou, Tlio question of currency re
demption has been pushed to n point w liich
bus compelled the opponents ol Hint policy
to m know ii il-te that the government did
reserve to itself the privilege to redeem the
beiiils in currency. As ,K. crctary Iloulw. II
has la en shaving lion, Is I'm' the two months
I s. past, it is not for him or the republican
parly to say that tho government is bound
in honor l.i jay dollar tor dollar in coin on
all i l.i-i i.fi'.i imh btcdncss.
The advocates of currency redemption
h ive even thing to hope from di-cussiou f
it. and it may be assumed that in Ohio the
q icslion will be tie.ited iu such A Htates
in.nilike manner ns to nt tract national at
tention, and i inble ti;e people cbar
ly to ileteiiuiie the right nnd
expediency of the policy. I.t us find out
w here r. pldi iti li lies, w hether it bo in
sli.ivdi ; the jmper of the governuicnt, or
piiying it according to contract.
Pendicton's Acceptance of the Democratic
Nomination for Governor of
Cim isnati. Ang. l'l.-Tendl. Inu'fl letter
of A'H ptance ot tl.o nomination for Gover
nor, n til I pi'.l-h-hedt'i-nioiTow. He coin
jiiti 'Lts li'i:. r. derails and others, who
wcr b. for.? the convention nnd concludes
.u f Uo"s:
v rt r ii wa in h.i"pwch nt Wilmirg
t ti. f r ottv allude lit!i 1'ith ntii'nd
r.. :.' i:. '. . ; ::.?n ra that ir.ipor.ant
; . II. ':--:-1L2 t!. finun'e he
.; '. '.v. ,.--! ,a ti e n.id-t rf t'r.fucl
r -, :. - r. -.-T i s.-.-ir-- a:.-l bn-in'-s
':::- i iT- -A. -It Late aided ili.it
' - i ":n: f, rjtrtimlt to 1 e o 'ained : that
-lo: l. I ' retried: that iuJustri ii
t i.. L-.:-.jr. J. tl-.it i nternri-i-
. '.'L ii Lr.-.n - are, stau'lli'-,'
:. v-r .tin; tcy. tLat "iut'-f -t is
:; :ii.-: -.-. i -.-'..: tr. it the in'en.r-' txTtti'.n
; : cr.- . w. nt j :-t nn-1 r uerot's; tl
I c.. t-.. .- ex-n.j b 1, aliI actire capi
: .1 i- t. :. 1 ,v .1 wanning with
'.e i rr.'-.ht al-o have sai l that
( t riL'iit n -- tl- r'iillican parly Lad
1 'ti I:: abn. 1 it. po rion of the govi rn
n. -tttLat :. r p'-.l iican weret.ity of the
fi-.i:ny b. - Low coiitrolof the money lnar
k. t ol tue-co'.'.ti v, nnd that lie uses his
power iu.lt ,iiil l'lrtui-r to contract the cur
r ncy, to li e r-i.e the liard times, and to
buy over-d ie ly nds at one Imndred mid
twenty dollars, which by law be is entitled
to buy at p ir, tlc-p by 'taking twenty dol
lars lor ev -i v bmidred from tho tax payer
and given it tithe, bondholder. The far
m r, tin- un i.-hant, thu Inaiiiifactiiier, w ill
ask why th .' iliims nro so? What is tho
cause Shiyl is the remedy? These am
important questions this fall'. Theytonib
Ui ull diTinH?nt-i ami republicans nhk
'I hey ri-.o nbnv the iloiuaiu of mere pari i
z.iiiisiu in polities, and should be consul
d with the calmest reason, the purest nio.
lives nnd Ihe test judgment. In this
spirit I shull discuss them, so soon ns I inn
i-bb lo take part w ith my iiiends in tho nc
tivily of the cauipaign. Ot the result in
October we need huvo no fenr.
Tin Disnmirnos op thr Oot.i:nmi:nt.
" I he world is governed too niiieh," used
to be the motto of The (llobe newspaper.
If that i a v.isc ujihoiisiu, then is our
country nppnrenlly neiing npon it. The
inmniitof our gnvuriinieiit is pretty wide
ly distributed, "liead mid you will know.'
Tho president iiiiu Newport;
Tho vice-president in Ciililornia:
The chief nst ice in Now York;
The congr. ia, u f;i nsral scatter;
The secrelury ot slate in New York;
The seen t.irv of the treasury in (Iroton,
The secretary ot the u ivy iu tho Tulbvpo-
Tho iiltorney general in Concord, Maine;
The postmaster general in Washington ;
The S' en tavy ol the interior in Ohio;
The commissioner of internal revenue in
Khaion, New York.
Tub OniriAi. Votk in Viikhnia. The
Itiebiiiond Whig of Mynday nioriiing con
tains the olltcial voln of Virginia, on the
coin dilution, as declared by (Jen. (J.mby.
The HgiiK a uie us tolln'.vii;
Mej.'lily fm '
Jlajnrity iiguinst . . ..
Against test oaih
For " "
J!aj lily a ainnt
It Is in II, n f. .f ll.l.i Ai Q-.T .....1.
ugaiimt the test outh, it Is n.ud that Uuu.
Canby now proposes to enforce it in or
gnni.iiig thelfgljlaturs so ns to enable the
iniuoiity und delented liiotion to Hoeure two
I'liilcd States senators.
Wtwoin.u call the attention of our road
era to tl1(, advertisement of iho Cnicugo
JVniilnw Hlimlo (.oinpaiiy. Messrs. "jellaniy
Ibisldns, 1'ioprii tors, which unjickrs in
our a.ireitnlng eulnnins to-day. This ia tho
wily ixcin.-tvo t-ilnulo House in tlei Ninth
wot. Tiny iiiiinuractnru Hnir nan gomls.
I herelnrii urn ciuililed lu nll'.-r everything in
th'irliiie ut tin, very lowest possible pi iues.
Oftict and aalearoom 90, itundolpli st. Clin uso.
Tiinot'nii to Nkw Yona Without ('iianok
or ( aim. -From Moiiduy, Aug. 10th, and eve
ry liny thi'icutti r, onn of tho mugniliccut
Uruwing-roeiii tars of the Pullman pulses
line will h ave Chicago at C:13 p. in. ami go
directly through to New York city via the
Orcat Westnrn, New York Central and Uiul
son lliver ltnilrosils, binding passengers st
:ilst Hlreet Htition. The oelebratrd Hotel
Cars will i-ouliliuo to run to ltoclivsler us
A Trip Pan—Cairo—Peruvian
—Illinois Central Railroad Lands—
Business—D. B. Fisk & Co.—Ladies
Parlor—Collins & Bergie—Belding,
Bros, & Co.—Western Monthly—
Ciik aoo, Aug. 20, 19(l!i I have recently
made a trip to ' F.sypt," the frnit region of
Illim-f", and spent some days among the eu-terpri-lnu
iminigrants who have made Ihe
wa-te nlai'i a ot sin kerdom bud, blossom sud
bear fruit like thi garden of Eden. All slong
the lino of th Illinois Central rtallroad, for
1 'ill miles not th of Cairo, more or less fruit is
grown the soil and climnto being well adapt
ed to it -but th, headquarters of fruit rais
ing is now st
SOUTH PASS (CODDEN STATION.)
4'J miles north of Calroaml 323 miles smith of
( liicngo. It is a timbered region, the sur
face diversified, with ninny hills, often of
conical form, and cn the sides or tops ef
these bills sre the fi nit orchards tieaches,
n. nrs, apples, grapes, strawberries, black
berries, rustiberi ii s. ft Liirgo quantities of
tomatoes, sweet potatoes, melons, sud pea
nuts, and smno cotton, are grown. A fruit
faiTii of 40 seres, lii fpi.Hl cuiidiliou, Is an hi
denenrli'iit furtune, AChicagnan, of the le
gal p. mission, had tocently paid $10,001) for
"lie-third ofa single pear orchard. I think
It, covered eighty acres. This town Is noted
for Its thrift, the, intelligence ot its people,
their puhlio spirit, and Ihe number ot beniitl
lid residences most of them on Iheh lis im
honored and snrronndud Willi trees from
which can be seen Missouri on the west and
Kentucky on thn eal, onrl thn linnet limd
sciipes. The rtoiith rass Hortiimltilrnl Ho.
clety nan a hall SHxAf. reot for its monthly
in""li. gs, nod in which religious services and
a ll'iiiri' lung Hnnilnv School nre lield on the
Snhb ith. Tnis town Ims been built up elite lly
bveettlcrs In. in th" North, 'i Ii" pionce-r, (1. tl.
Ilsker, well-known to the fruit-growers of the
Northwu-t, went thern from Itqion, Wis., and
eslnblislii J Iho ti est fi tilt farm a dozen nr tlf
teenyenri ago, iu an eligible location, some
200 rmls from the depot. I'liem Is now a
thriving villngn nt the station, with churches,
stores, mills, shops, a large fruit-box manu
factory, with saw mill, run by steam, t hlch
aurpli. s thn homo demand 'and fiirul.lies
boxes lor nil points - as far south even as Mo
bile, -a swet t potato huii-o whli h stores
10,000 bin h. Is, Ac. A pruol of vital giowtb,
there w-ero circled lu re, in one year, rllly
dwelling houses , a church, planlng'-tnlll, bikt
mill, a fruit package factory, a bil k acliisd
Ii n-e nt a cost ol SlJ.lMJ, liro wagoii-shops,
three blaenptiiilb-shops uml live stori s, rJ lie
uliuiiito is tulubiiotis ami delightful, the hot
season W-ins, tenipeterl y fre.di breezes,
though this reiiioit is never sul ji ct to biini
cnli. s or tornadoes.
where I spent two days, has a reputation f"r
mud w hich It dues not ib serve, except ill ex
tremely wet weather, but its mosquitoes arc
lively and nileriuisiiig. It is a healthy city,
as vital stutisticu and tho tosliinutiy of Imp.ir
tint witnesses abttudaiil ly prove. 'Thu chict
drnwhaek to Its rapid gr.iwlh is tlio monopoly
of the Cairo Land Company, composed main
ly ol l.nglish rapilalistn, who own a large part
of the nuoccupied land, and nre unwilling to
sell, except at hii.li prie. s. I!nt the loeiilion
of the eily nt the cciillncnce .if Ihe Ohio uui
Mlsnssipjil rlverj, and its proximity to almost
Inexhnii-tible refines ol iron, enul. l.-iul,
hmi'st"iie and iii-irole, nnd its connection by
rail nnd river with the great centres of trade,
pr. di .'lino it to become a large uianuluctur
1 had Iho good fortune to visit tho
sold to the Peruvian gnvcriiHWid, the day
betore they stcuineil from Mom d City, w in re
the li.ilci nine n. Navv Yard is located, on Iho
(ilito, nev n miles above Cairo.
THE SOLDIERS' CEMETERY.
There, In which ii.MO ml.lh rs and sailors
are buii. d, lus bad little- governmental enre.
It is enclosed with a white picket fence, and
is int. nmcrsed wilh native oaks and a great
many tall weeds a rew nt cannons stand up
right as siiilluels tin niigh the center, and
i iu ill white lie nd-boards, nniiibered front 1
to a ll'i tnatk tin rceting place of thede.nl.
Still, tin re is an air ol quietness and aerurity
there. b fitting the last renting piano of those
n hn dud that tho nation might live, I am
under obligations to John I.cinibcit. an old
rn. ml, who kci ps the ll.iilr.md llouxe nt
Cairo, f. r courtesies In showing me the
'i ni'j ' iu tbf t city and vicinity,
I have sp..V n of C"h h n, oi-S, nth Fans, as
a pi .tnimi.t point iu the fruit regl'iii ot
uthiTii Han. in, A bitter id. a, perhaps,
can be Kivi-n .f the xt' lit f trim nisim:
tin re I v string l hat in the strawberry sea
' en s. nn t:tnes as niar.v ns eight car l-'iols ef
str.iwts rrie.-., C"iiuinii g Irotn sixtv-tive to
t'.s't.ty t--!'", an-.hp itched from ili.t point
ins sitigl'j ear, an I tl.lt YM.ili Imxi 1
' ache-were aliipned tin nee in one m-usuti,
Iii'-vare s-t,t not only to Chicago, but In
De'f.'it. DniT'l", New !" ik and Huston. In
1-..7. Tie-luilf id all th3 berilss and
' tie-t'iir 1 of th p aches carried by tliu
fruit tram brtwci n Oi.a'gu and Jnnesboro a
'I st .tic-' . i tct f un . s -were shipped from
."'iii'li Fas. Dm there sp- a ih z. n pi ices
thai niiuht b" nude to rival .South Pass, an nil
the loll"!, r . u :h of Cetiiiaha, and tor hit
Mia s noitliol lt.ii edmiinhlv adapted for
fruit i ..ii-ii't'. Tne i ail-olid tn-ight on pciieh-
s iiloiii , in u sin, :lo v. ar, hum Una section,
am nii.t. d to Moo.i uo. It in also remaikahly
hi ,. Il h all nloiig this line, sud fi ieii. Is niiil
acquaintances iu Wisconsin and other states,
wl.o have Mitt.-rnl severely liom nsihma and
m nr. tig, a, have been eotiiph Icly cured by
r. moling to Boullierii Illinois,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD LANDS.
lie. iiingiiiileent laud grant bv tho ilrnernl
(lovetmiieiit, lu 1S"iO, to the Illinois Centi id
Itaiu-ond Company extending Hlteen miles
e u h side of the truck ltiilllio many simi
lar grants has proved a blessing to nil
parties. It im bled the comp.inv, nt nn earlv
day, to build 7U5.7.I mile, of railroad through
thn very hi ni t of the state tho main lino
1 . "in DuulcUli to ( uuu, l.',f).51 miles, and Hid
brain li 1mm ( hieagn to the Jnii.iiion, near
Ccnlialia, uiiies-thereby proinoting
the t-nrly settlement of tlio stale, giving
homes to tens of thousands of families on
easy terms, opi ning up a market for the pro
duels of thir labor, uml ad llni?, nt h n-,1, a
third to tl.o population und weulih of Illinois.
'I lis population in -P.I counties on the linn of
this ma I iiu-ri ined liiiin ls.si to 1st; t, from
Td Hs7 tol,li7,o,s7. One million eight hun
dii d Ihoii-aud acres of t liens raihouil Inmls
have been sold to actual sol tiers, and KOO.OuO
acres of the best quality vuinnin Unsold
nnd open t i purchasers, at prices ranging
IV. m $7 to $ 12 per aero. One peciillurhv id
these Iniid-i, wliieli gives them great vnluo.is
tliebiign anioiiiit ol liltrogi.ii lu the anil es
pecially on tlio praries- sulliclent for a Imn
dred crops of wheat. Hie prairie extends to
Un Onoin, 'JSH nules smith of Chicago. Hiencn
it lu tuo-tly timber to Cairo, 77 miles. The
Ai'iicultural College, endowed by the gem
rul gnveniineut, la ou thu line of this mud,
at liain i.s i i'ii, 1j8 mdeii south of (ihieaeo.
The iiiisol.l lauds are eniitiguous to the lh'.il
road, and can bo bought in tracts of 10 , r n
acres, or luoro, accon ling to Iho w p is or
nieuns of pun hasei-ii, lur ono-foui tli cash
down uml the balance in one, two end three
years, at six per cent, interest, if desired
And the Company never disturbs a purchaser
n ho does his best to fulfil bis conn-nets. It
is an cieeln nl opportunity for those, wishing
ph asant, healthy homes, near to iiiaiUeis
und to the center of civilization.
ia beginning to reuvu slowly, money has
commenced Honing hem liom the Fast
giuin receipts are luigu and command H""i
prices, the progress or the harvest assures us
bountiful crops, uml confidence in tho latum
is inoi easing. Our leading liousos here are
milium,' lull prei ai minus for a large fall trade,
nnd already thu sidewalks aro beginning to
bo encumbered wilh boxes, bules aud disks
for Iho supply of the grea. Northwest.
Aiming Ihu whoh sale house, hero that hive
madn tlm largest preparations for an in
creased trade, is tho linn of
11. II. H.-.K A UO.,
importers of and wboleaulo ncstcrs in silks
ribbons, straw goods aud millinery articles'
white goods, hosiery, gluvcs und fancy goods,
ut oil A u,, Lake street tlio oldest wholesale
mibiiiery l.ousn hi Chicago, having been es
tablished hcru sixteen years. Tiiey havo lust
enhiig. d thmr estublisiiient to aecniuuindatu
their iiierousing bu -iness, by taking tho whole
store, liom tun to buttom iiicbidinir Hvo
stories and a basement-lilty fut Hij j,v
ono hundred und sixty-live feet ehe,,. ,RV"e
fitted it up at a cost or J0,000, and are' now
niepiired to fhovir tho lurgust und best ee
lucled stock or niillliiety KUH ( iJU (11M1
iiiulcr ono roor in this couuliy, or tho world
Iho baseiiiuit contulus fuul, hi ating nn.
paratus. Ac. The .Irnl l0or, sillis, rihbons,
l reiu li Howoia, bathers. Tho neimnd, bats
bonne ts, straw Roods, fuuey gomln, ludii'
liiriilshiiig linaiei-y, gloves, white goods, ilress
und cloak ti uiiiii.iigs. 'J lis tl,t, tl Uuor is tho
pittlerii bonnet ilepurtmeut, wh. ro a largo
iiuiiiuer in piouiui women nro ciuphivi j in
inniiiiluctiiriiig pattern bonnets from Import
ed pal terns, in th rear is the receiving room
where all gnuds ao rnoeived and examined
before hi lug put on snle. Iu tho JtmilJi atoiy
are the enliy and packing ruouis, and thu
fijili is used for surplus goods, duplicates
and storage. The inuin Hour bus six front
windows of plate gluss fourteen tect high.
'J'he otlio.is, oocupying rovoiity feet, are flu-ishe-d
in blink walnut, ubouy, and plats
glass, with a new and desirable sdjuuot for
so lartje a bousv, and a .....
with wash-room, Ac, and all tlm toilet accen
sories, IMassivn and elegniit stnti wavs lead,
by easy steps, from the mam floor to the up
per stories, and nothing seems wanting to
promote the convenience snd comfort if
their customers. Tho wholo store is i tted
np In the most elegant style, snd it is.ui fact,
the lnrest snd most commodious millinrrv
establishment in thn world The bonso im
ports tli"ir silks, ribbons, velvets, Isces and
French flowers.anrt as their sales extend over
all thn northwest and to tho Pacific, and reach
a million dollars a year, they can give their
cii-lnmers the benefit of Ilia richest goods
and Islrst styles, at thn lowcsPpriets. Fve
ry dialer in their line, who comes to Chi
cago, will be sure to visit this millinery pal
ace. The mannfactories of Chicago glvo employ
ment to tens of thousands of workm-n, a id
nn sssnranco of a largo part or its growth
snd prosperity. Among thoso worthy ol
mention is the
LADIES' PARLOR. STOVE MANUFACTORY OF COLLINS & BURGLE.
Corner of Jefferson snd Van Ibiron stree ts,
(stablislu d in 1WH, their business has in
reaacd o that their works eover hnlf a
block. They employ 100 men, and si II IIVI,.
000 worth ayoar. I hov nisko a gn at varietv
of cook and parlor stoves, for wood and foal,
h illow ware, light castings, Fis-hls" Patent
Iron Pnilcj Dlnekn for field hsv fmks, Ao.,
Imt theirsiecieiW; rlht Veenno )ruiee scosl
sti T , which excels all others fm durability,
economy nnd hentlng rnirposns. It Is nseil
in thn public schools nnd on tho railroads.
, The great silk house of
m-.LiiisTi. Dnos. a ro., flfl Alt) C3 wahasii
whose pates of sowing silk, machine twist,
An., treble Ihosoof nil similar bouses in
Chicago, were Intending to advertise liberal
ly, but, though they keen two mills running,
II eir ciders so exceed III. ir supplies that
they don't need sny advertising.
FREAKS OF LIGHTNING.
During a thunder storm Inst Friday even
ing, a stioko of lightning broke no a dancing
pally at the Geinian He aire, lu North Wells
street, nnd a prayer meeting in the Iudn
pei den' ( l.nr. h, on Illinois strer 1, plinth-ring
tho tbig-stnll' nil the steeple into
hundred pieces. Tho lightning hid no re
spect to persons or occupations.
THE WESTERN MONTHLY.
for September appears in an enlarged foi in,
snd niaKrs a better appearance th in any num
ber yet issued. It. has a fine steel port mil
mid a biographical sketch of Vice l'n sidcnt
Celiax, and a most attraetivo table of c.m
tonts. This young but vlgnrtnis in iKiisineis
fast whiiiing ils way to thu hearts of west. r:i
Manager Aiken Ins ftune hack to WooiVs
Museum, and the Victim nl Circumstances is
huviiiif a irreat run there,
M-nnln Kinersirii's minstrels open lit
the Deaib.irn next iMnnilav.
t Adiims is playing the Mai bio lb ait al ilfe
Vicknr's, which has been thoroiighlv refitted.
F.iiueh Ardeii is ill rehoainal forimxt week.
.. Olndstniic isgoin to visit Ireland t
Ree tho cH'ccIh ot disestablishment.
Judge (Vrdozn. of New York, cob hin
ted his glu .n widdiiiK on the Hitli, nt Long
--Frank Leslie lina lsrn obliged ty the
New York Courts In pay an nliinniiv ol j itl
to his w il'o imh finitely.
Helen Arnistroiij', n little Aineiicaii
girl, is exciting considerable inu rest iimon r
tho nm- i. al critics on tho liliine.
I.e-po-tai, tho celebrated Chinese phy
sician, of California, Ims hi mo Ton patient's,
and nil income ol s-T.OOOpi r w eek.
Henry (. F.vans, formerly of tlm Now
York l'.veiiing Mirror, died in Drooklvu on
H.itnrdiiy Inst, n,ned 57 years.
KosecraiiH is nbout to prganizo n coin
puny tu build a rnilrorul from the city ol
Mexico to Acnpnlco on tho I'acilic coast.
ll'lle. Neville, the rich younff In lie ol
Hrur.Kcls, nnd Ihe principal owner of the
Independence Heloe, died recintly nt .Spa.
Ktcidien l'ierce, ol Caldwell, N. J.,
wns killed by lightning on Sunday lust.
He in tlio third of the family who has lost
his Lie Ironi the uamo cauae.
Tiii'liard Tlieodore Greener, colored,
nnd the only grudu.ilo of his luco of J la,,
vnrd, bus conic out ns n lender, iiinl is said
to bo n tine elocutionist.
One of tho linndsonirrt radcts nt West
roinl Is under arrest, mid, report says, will
be expelled, for visiting n ludy nt the hotel,
Lavin ; twice lictu forbidden to do so.
Ike Marvel having siioken di-,rosp. ct
A.ii.. . .. .i - 1- , . . . ,i
niiij ot tne nnv xeiru ami xscw linn n
Hailioad in the Hearth and Ionic, that pa
per is banished from the tiuiun nnd sta
tions on that line.
Misn Siiruli T. Lovell, who died recent-
lyntttingor, at 7J, hns bi cu Mi years in
Led Willi consumption, uml succeeded in
surviving n wholo family, nono of whom,
herself excepted, bad Iho disease.
Thirteen years oi;o when lYlcr N'ovcs
earned the mails tnun ratten to Fish lliv
er, Muintf, a womnti one dny requested hlin
to bring her back a half pound of ten.
Ti ter was removed lieforo be could comply
with tho request. Ho wns recently reap
pointed, and carried the woman tho t-u on
his flnrt trip.
Mrs. Kato Maxtor, Vniiderbilt's iliiugli
tor, wns recently nm awny wilh in n car-
riago eontaiiiinf?, besides Lernelf, her
little child, tho liltlo dangliter of n Iriend
nnd a Mrs. Firs-son with her child, Miu
llnxler, with great coolness, Hist threw up
on the kiwi her friend s child and then
leapoel out with her owu, and Mrs. I'irsson
followed with hern. None of tho parly
wero seriously Injured, but tba carriage
was fiuully wrecked upou a slone wall,
Ellen Orny.n yonng milliner of Fort
Edwnrd, N. Y, hns lately received a lega
cyofnome millions (1!) it hi Raid) of dollars.
A few years Ago she bccniuo engaged to n
young Englishman, who subsi iinently re
turned to England nnd inherited a largo
property. Jiud nn ho was nbout coining
over to many tho uiilliucr, Lo died und
willed Lis property to her. 'i ho will has
boon contested nud proved Vulid, nud Miss
Gray Los gouo over lor the money.
Josh Hillings nays codfish nro better
thnn mi umbrella to keep you dry.
First Common Person "I sny, Hill,
that there 'Ouao o' Lords ia in n w orry be
lighted condition." Second Common Per
sou "Well, if the 'Ouse is in the dark, I
should say, judgin' from tho speeches, it
in't tor the wnnt o' long-winders !"
A greeiiboiu lately look n liollnu to get
mai vii.ii. After tho ceremony was conclu
ded, thn happy hnubuiid took a twenty-five
cent btaiup Ironi his pocket, dclilii rati ly
walked np lo the paiflon and b.ini'e 1 it to
bill), saying. "pm-Hon, keep tlio wholo, you
need not (jive mo hiu:k any chnnge."
The ninnnger of n country Iheiitro look
ed into tho house between tho nets, nud
turned with a liico of dismay to the promp
ter, with the qucKteon ot "Why, good gra
cious, whero is tho iiiidioncc '" ".Sir," re
plied tho prompter, without moving u lulls
clo, "be is just uow gone to gel some brer."
As a horso car wns turning the corner
of Pleasuut Street, Wciilbrook, the other
day, nn old ludy wns seen by tlio truck vig
orously waving her fun In tho conductor.
On stopping tho car, tho old ludy, instead
of Retting ill, desired to know if ho had
seen a hugo yellow doR (iround tho (ltnble
iu tow n.
Au intelligent goiitleuinn from Tier-
mnnv. on bis lli-sl vi,it. lo n A ,..f., o.....
church, bad a contribution box witli u bole
in tho top presented to liim, and wiiispeiod
to the oollaetor, "I dou't not nitin bubora,
uni can i vote.
An offeuded woman, not having nn in
vitntion to tho funeral of a near neighbor,
sent tho following noto to the mournnm: "I
think I have lieeu Hlightcd lu being omit
ted from your lint of invitations, Wo will
probably have a fuuorul at our house ono
of those days, and we wou't invito you."
Orpheus 0. Kerr contributes tho fol
lowing, under the title of "Neptune's Ac
colade:" , . . .
, "Jl msets the mala al Muwporl, . .
In Bel's aireneiit Rhi-fii, 1
Aud ou itioaainls salutes her
Aa bi-ullly'a bluuiniuu- Vimu.
V'Wers I s Queeu, what wllld',l UiOU
Fur Uiiu wlm askius hut)t'
' 'I'd salt thee, iuve, In nml.e Mil)
CulupaiiluB ot Ulu kaUV "
Philadelphia is sulTering for want of
water, the Hchnylkill bcinti iniusnally low.
Tllfl Clli.nr, t?...,vi: i . II-
, - ,". ' xi- "i "lie in iienis
reaiters ton whulc pn;o of Common Conn
A Pennfylvniilnn, who has kept A
record, renorls tirni,-.
ntato, last week, troin kerosoue oil explo-
-TndinnonoliH baa ft firdl l, . . .
sensntion, in the tlopement of tlm wifo of
A prominent citizen with a political Adven
turer. fienrire W'Tlilonn n Innnl A,1: 1 il
Missouri Democrat, wns thrown from his
carriage nnd seriously Injured ou the 17I,
As A reSllit of fhn olrirn l.nln.....
. " " ,
freight lin. s, n piano wss shipped through
from New York to F.vnnsville, lud., hist
week, for $2.
Twelve Car loads of lb, -mirrl. r.. .i..l.t
from P.ostnn to Nun Fianeis.vi i.iuu..,l
Otniilm on the "1st by whnt is know n ns
tho "lted Line."
- A company has In . n foamed ut pHiiieq
ille. Ohio, for the iu.,iwil....it,-n ..r ..n...
glycerine, their works hnviug n enpacitv
for 2,0(10 pounds n day. '
' A theatre) wns slrnck by lightning in
Chicago nu the 2();h. This was providen
tial. A church was Mtiitck nt the snme lime,
nnd thnt was accidental.
Tliu cotton seed oil uiille, nt Memphis,
have produri'd nbout 4, (KM) barrels of oil
dining the season now drawing to n close.
Scarcity ol fired has compelled nil but one
A horse jockey in Manchester, N. II.,
lias traded .1,1100 times in live years, nnd
never lost a dollar In bis bargains. The nv
erii"e vnlne ot these :i ll(K) horses ! .., ii....
ed nt SI.,. -
-In July, :i:il,o77 citizens or Hoston,
men, women nnd children, nvniled them
selves of tho piivilcges nnd ndvniil iges,
nITordod by tl e various public hulhi'n"
bonnefl lit flint city.
Tho other dav n ladv in th.. ii.,.i, '...
ner of Carroll county, Georgia, gnvisHiiiilt
loiwins. tm in e same il.iv nud in the
same house two of her daughters: brought
forth twins - nil boys.
- A bull-dog nnd n Lugo bald-hcmled
eagle, owned iu New Haven, have b.Vonin
sdrnnaclv ntlacbed to r.neb .ii.., ti.....
.' --- .. ,. .in,
sleep nnd cut together, nnd neither perinitu
iu,y nam lert'iieo wnu toe Oilier.
It la cleiiued for thn Arkansas lbd
Springs that tho waters will not only de
nt roy the tnsle for liquor, but will clear
from one's system in a very short time nil
tho efn cts of I'reviiiuii dissipation,
- It is slab d that, id Pbiladelphia, the
mean velocity nf the wind during tho n
tiro yenr. is tumid to be nbout eleven miles
nn hour: at Toronto ils nvorngo velocity is
nine miles; nnd at ran it is estimated nt
A woman of nuepieseiico of mind wan
overtnkiu by n (rnin on n high tiestln
woik iimr Maniitia, Ohio, on Saturday,
nud dropped between tho ties, hohlin..
herself su peiidcd by her ill ins until tint
train passed over, when sho climbed back
again; all without n scream.
The New Yotli Telegrnm (;jvrs tlc, r, .
lowiiu' definition, which is worthy of a
place in Webster: ".'io,ni is n "Kronen
word, for nil American malady, w hich gen
erally niiss liom the want ofa want, ami
constitutes tlm complaint of thoso who
who have nrillijnq to complain of."
The New Yoik Sun, in speaking of the
proposition to iHliiblish in this country n
great university niter tho pattern of lhosP
in Europe, nays: "To our mind this
leeins tho pcilW'tion of iioiiKeiise. Wo
want workeis in this country, not idlu
dreitineis uiiiong books; nnd next to hang
ing a man, the worHt usn you can put bint
to is nhut'ing him up in n college libra! y."
The Albany E'.pi.Ki iutiinutew that
Jiinu s I'iulc Jr., it l i said, proposed to Mr.
itnmuey to eellln the Husqiiehtinnn llt'.il
road difficulties; by piny ing agiiuie of " veil
lip," luoro coiniiioiily known as "old
sledge." Mr. I! unsi y quietly replied to
to the Admiral that bo did not know how
to play cards, bo would Btirelyli.su tho
Dr. Aiptiu Flint wriles n long nrticln
in the Quarterly Journal of Psychological
Medicine, to prove that tho "ltochesler
K.ippings" v.eio produced by the medium
consciously displacing, her knee-joint. Ho
expi riiiieiitcd upon ner with gnat ingenui
ty und perscveience, nnd appears to have
ui.nl'j out bis cao so far ns tho Fox girls
II. ury Vine, nt writes that his forlh
cniuing visit thin couuliy inili.t be his last,
"ludeed," bu nays, "I should have de
cided not lo Ii ive e'oinii again, did 1 not
leol the strongest ih Hire to tako a personal
farewell ol the many generous friends who
have sn warmly greeted inu on foiuier oc
casions. 1 hope to lecture ill the Eust,
New Yoik Statu nud Pcunsylvniiiu, up to
tho end of December."
Asa lihodcR, of liichiuoud, Vt., whose
safu wan inyHtci'iiiiiKly robbed of nearly
fS.OUO three weeks since, recovered tho
iiioney in rnther n Rtranoe way, ut Greoii
field, it few days ngo. 1 1 seems thnt, w hilu
the agents, ol a circus were iu tho latter
town making m laiigcnicnts for nu exhibi
tion, they I, mud mining the robes of their
buggy between s.onouud lf.S,0il0iii money
nud notes, lioinn ol the latter being drawn
iu tho iiiiuio of Mr. Hbodes. A telegram
was immediately kcuI to Jlr. linden, who
went down to G'reoi, field nud identified bis
properly, every dollar of the amount stoleu
beiug recovered. It iri supposed thnt Iho
I'lirghii' placid bis plunder in this odd
place, lo escape detection, w hilu tho circus
nien were at llichiutuid A few day after the
An EAkTiiyi'AKu PriiiniTKii. A vcryi;nn
eral excitement was caused iu Peru by
tho publication of tho prophecy of a Ger
man ustrouonier, usacrtuig that on tho
loth, llth mid FJtli of August of this year
preliminary shocks of earthquake would bo
felt in Peru anil Eelidor, to be followed, on
the :()ih. of September or October by n
movement of the earth iu that region, nud
along thu lino of tho AiuIch nioiinlaius
generally, that would bo perfectly iippulling
in its effects. This prediction, it appears,
created w ide spread ten or among thu Peru
vians, nnd families' aro now preparing to
Meek places of greater security. Tho astro
nomer cannot nsocrliiiu to ft certainty
whellnr the grand rupture will occur in
Septi-inber or October, but that it will bu
on or about thn tililh he is eonfid. nt. Ho
alliriiis Hint ho has predicted earthquakes
before with perfect nccuraey,
Tin: Nkw York Sum tells the story of n
deacon who lived in the good old days
hen everybody on the easterly side of tiie
Hudson drank New England rum. This
deacon was Accustomed, for the space of
fifty years, to tnko his 11 o'clock nnd 4
o'clock refresher ol that orthodox bever
age. At tlieso lircciso lioniH be wag wont
to (to to thu well, nud with an old oaken
bucket that blino IV,,i.i l!,.i r...ll....
. .... , i.u,uD nnut-p,
draw a (mil of valt;r to cool um mollify liin
uAvjtuni (im i r niiiii-; iu;uu, ill ptOVGrSS 01
time, full of yvM-H and honor, tho di-ticou
WlLH I'lltlwif-il til liin In! h. I J ltni ....II
Hwi'r'a hiull hvml; iukI Hiich wiih the forcoof
l.al.il .... .. il I 1 . , . , ,
tO foWfl tnilVthillf il lind nimn ln,ri.u.l 41. ..i
n (i.iiiiix.m, vim i.
lor long years Alter Iho deiicon was deud
"lu nwe-, uoiiiuiiteil 1.) go UD Allll
down ho regularly ut 11 nud 4 o'clock thut
all tho fools iu tho neighborhood set their
WAtches by it.
om. ....rTrr .... ,
.no in,,, uaiu 01 mis years cotton
Hindu its appearance iu Louisville on tho
21lu. H was ruined in Harris county,
Doom Nai'Olkon, finding ou examination
of tlio lul ls iu relation to smokers and uon
smokers oftobucco in nil the publio schools,
thut the latter wero decidudly superior u,
ihvsical health, iutellectiiul ucquireineiits
and moral deporlmeut, forbudo by law its list
in public institutions of education.
..s.'n! '1' JJV, Oo'i V."""0 i,ui'0 Makers,
m Wai-liuiKlon street, Uuston, Thirty-live
preniiinns awarded. EvoryiiiBiiuiiiciit war
ranted lor Hvo years. Price less than aud
other lirat-elass make in the United Hlatos.
Puivatk ineeiosi nd, liet,i u,t WbilUer'a