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BLIO. THURSDAY EVprfNG, JAJiriJABTll
iKSJflf SI. BOOK STORE.
f-" L.ARCE STOCK
AT JOHN 8. BARR'S,
S So-urttL Tiimestoixe St.
The'oranp''" of Florida a,s0 nrc
coinpl-"2 0I OTCrproaaciton aireaay.
.fAey have received very small probts tnus
far this vear. They leeiu to fear that the
orange business has seen its best Jays.
Konsense. The business of supp
oranjrts to the GO.000.000 of
from American orchards.
Joaquin Mil!n ft Poetn nbout. the
South, saji.ressinK tl,e MiMiwpp:
iivi" twny river, what of they,
The far-Xorth folk?"
The Joaquin slang in "they" to accom
modate the rhyme, which was "to-day."
Bui the poet who has all outdoors to rhyme
in nnd butts grammar out of creation like
that, what of he?
The dynumite war against Kngland has
been so barren of results that the assas
sins themselves ought to be duly discour
sed. The O'Dnnavan-Ros'a stripe of
men in America who engineer this bruta1
crime against civilization should be pro
vided against by statute; nnd it is an
American crimo that the statute has not
been enacted and enforced.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
tOSMEWBUC BUILDING, WEST NIGH ST.
Cr. Walnut Altar.
Dal ly afflon, par jw,
Daffy ttftlaa, par waak, -
MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i
Issued Every Thursday Morning,
Oek Dollar a Veai?.
AH canmanlcitloni should bo addressed ti
KINNEY NICHOLS & CO.
THURSDAY EVES IX, Af
TT1PPV atV Y-4.',
.i "ill co round
TM. ;. n P-matii
who use it will
rna niaa -
-. nnfs not stop to think what
mean iLai '
tfaifot them would agree in their mean
ings? In fact, let a man inquire of him
mocracy of happiness for the race
of men, nnd that you were set
on end to help bring it about, even if you
have to share a little of the general misery
in trying to do it. Make an effort to be mis
erable once in a while in this way, and see
if it will not make you happy unawares.
"Not enjoyment nnd not sorrow
Is our destined end or way.
But to live that each to-morrow
Find us farther than to-day."
Happy new year! with this hint of a
definition of it. When you wish it to a
The free-traders point with pride at t)e
stagnation nnd the failures in busines "
this country as an evidence ngairt tQe
doctrine of protection. But theyrc CRre
ful to refrain from any meo"'0" ' tne
fact that the stagnation nnd fr-o failures in
European countries whe frfe ,rale
obtains are in excess of u. Tlltre is a
glut of manufactures1 over the worlJ-
The letter of th 'rcsiUcrit-clect to Hco.
Wm. Curtis on h l service wiUf
rcad with grc" interest by botbv,e lns
and the oV The beginning """
part0, jv letter is Jjn-S 5 b the
endingart, in whie ! that past
offenrVe parjjttct,vlty on the Irt ol
05 -ill bo ground for removal,
i' . jVliis term has expired or not, leaves
friend, think if you can not devise some Jtyoor e eno " pe" r ' '
way to help make him so, not only for tbV0 rnsca'3 out
one day, but for the whole twelvemo
Form good resolutions for your o' .
. -,. , Jitter if
piness. They will make yo? ,
. , , , , Aho makes
earned out. And the or' , .
, . , , ywftia better for
himself better makes: . , .
his living in it. . . .- , .
,ie said, e a resolution to
would, as w$ , , . , ...
jSood the "su which you go
try tomalr" .
i -K'T crying round among your
.os to-day of "Happy New Year!"
tpriagltaHOjyi' Tie Tenerubkj "boy preacher," Thomas
Harrison, is evangelizing in Canada.
Clean the streets. The streets of Spring
field are a disgrace to Champion civiliz.v
Mr. Beccher said, in his personal expla
nation to Plymouth the other day, that he
would gladly have given his life if only
the Itepuhlican party could have had in
its platform such a vclcomp to the south
as In have made one of its great candi
dates a southern man. This would have
been a great national sacrifice, but, if
Beccher had stood up to the bargain, wp
think the Republican party could have al
most afforded to make it.
Bead the Cincinnati Post's interview ol
onr townsman Busbnell, reproduced on our
"The SmtxcriKi.D Gloue is forEornkrr
raraiTToTrWWWWSI! UljJUIJPpU.. ouniai.
assent to his own answers.
What is happiness? To the person who
is sick it is health. To the hungry it is
fooi To the cold it is warmth. To the
poor it is riches. So, it is hope, after all.
"Man never is, but always to be blest."
Give him health, food, warmth, riches,
gratify every desire of his heart, and he
will long for something or regret some
thing. Happiness is that which we want.
Therefore it can not last long; for that
which a man has he does not want
It is often preached that happiness is
contentment with one's Jot. And this
preachment is generally coupled with
the teaching that it in man's duty
to be contested. Go to, sairh the preacher,
let as proceed to be happy; for it is our
bounden duty so to be. That is the kind
ofTmsla of happiness which the swine
did eat Bat1 the prodigal son who had
experienced fatted calf could not content
himself with this swinish bill of fare. He
was not happy because he knew of some
toing better than that. Preach content
ment to the pigs, but not to the dissipated
yonng gentleman whose lot was so bad,
and who, in fact, was n bad lot himself.
The man who knows of any lot better
than his own has no duty to be contented
with it, no right to be contented with iL
And hr will not be. He may pretend to
be. But, if he does, he is a scribe, and a
pharisee, and a hypocrite; and none such
shall enter into the kingdom of happiness.
If contentment were happiness, then
happiness would be Chinese caste and
Chinese stagnation. It is of the very
essence of civilization, of progress, of en
lightenment, of the redemption of the
world, that no man must be contented
with his lot. As soon as he has sat down
and invited his soul to take its ease, the
fool is ordered up higher. Ease or, in
other words, contentment ia the fool's
ideal; but it is death. When you stop
striving to be happy you begin to die.
Stopping anywhere is dying; and dying
can never be made a happiness only as it
is thought of as a going-forward.
And this brings us back to where ire
started from that happiness is hope, pur
wit, transition from a lot that we are dis
contented with to some other lot that we
think we shall be contented with. It is
movement, activity, a living always in
harness and a dying with the boots on. It
is change. It is life. And, if life is
worth'Iiviaj: at all, it is worth it only in
But the man who lives it in that way
merely for the purpose of procuring his
own happiness out of it is only a little
less miserable than the other selfish gen
tleman who loafs voluptuously wiih his
own soul on the earnings of his ancestors
and makes his own pleasure the object of
Creadon and the reason for the existence
of the universe. Selfish action comes but
little nearer happiness than selfish idleness.
obably the world was not made ex-
yonr happiness. Probably it
The 0. S. is certainly getting be aPick-
wickiaL sort of newipaper:
The prohibitionists put their pistol in
the face of the Republican party and ex
vlnim, "Adopt prohibition or diel" They
do not propose to give time even to say
The estimate of the number of persons
who lost their lives in the recent earth
quake in Spain is 2,000, and the devasta
tion of property was immense.
The New-York Sun says, "the mills are
already beginning to start again, and the
hopes of a revival of trade daring the com
ing year are strong and well-founded."
There have been great storms recently
in the sun. The disastrous earthquakes
in Spain are attributed to them. Scien
tists generally agree now that these mighty
disturbances in the central orb affect sen
sibly all the members of the system. They
are believed to be magnetic disturbances.
We are fearfully and wonderfully situated
in th,imircrseof-thingSw- Aud.ua method.
is likely to be discovered Tor stopping It.
The sun is ninety-one millions of miles
The Boston Herald says "the negroes
are better off than they were at any time
during the so-called 'reconstruction'
period." Yes, in that there are not so
many of them killed. When they used to
try to vote, they were bull-whipped, assas
sinated at night, massacred in the day
time. Since they have given up trying to
vote, they are recognized as "nominal
voters" and let alone. And the Herald
brags of this out of Boston, with Bunker
Hill monument looking down its shame.
THE BEAinrF POMPEII.
w4rr)iUaHt a -- .
neTaltIonay """"" aiaemnaanoa
.v uiiK-jiurieu city.
Objects Of interest nrnpnnflnnol-
rercalcd in this exhumed p.itv nf tVn
ancient Romans. In two roceutly ex
cavated houses the paintings on tbo
wall aro as fresh as if just put on, and
tho halls srro rich with decorations.
Somo of tho marblo tables aro still
standing; the fountains in tbo atrium
and pcrWyle, with their pretty little
statues and mosaics, look as if they
might bcjriir to plav at anv moment;
tho kitchen hearths, built lfko ranges,
seem ready for their pots and kettles;
a few flower-pots aro still set in the
gardens; in tho store-room3 aro somo
oil jars and wino jars; it is as if ono
miglit begin housekeeping to-morrow
ami invito 05e'3 friends to dinner tbo
Ono thin is difficult to concoivo
without seeing it, and that is tho gorg
eousness of the interiors of tho private
houses. Tha colors are now faded; tho
columns are broken; tho mosaics of
the floor nrgcnerally nearly destroy
ed; tho fountains "do not play; tho
llowcr-bcikro destitute of flowers;
yet, oven as it is, ono is continually
amazed by the brilliant effect of the in
terior vista In ono houso tho view
from a tridinum across two courts,
boh surrounded by gayly decorated
Cbrinthian 'columns standing before
walls painted from top to bottom in a
variety of cors, is dazzling to tho eyes.
Tho old Pompeiians lived in a rainbow
Another striking thing is the absolute
cleanliness You say that tho dirt has
all been taken away by tho Italian eT'
eminent. Tiat is true, but it-Kqu'to
evident thai in tho old time it never
vas there. (Our modem nouses wero
never made to be elf-"1- as wero tho
Pompeiian resident' 1'ho wall. tho
floors. cvcrWuW-"'' f their homes wero
finished .vip'0 niost admirable work-maruJV-
J, 'heir rooms no plaster
.t loll, for it was of such excellent
material aril so well put on that it
soon uccaino hko marble, xiicy liaU no
wooden walls, no cracks where dust
could penetrate. Water for cleansing
was found In etcry part of tho house,
and ran ofljthrough perfect drains. All
the tables a,nd bedsteads wero of mar
blo or bronre; even tbo well-curbs and
tho bonleraof the flower-beds wero of
hewn stones Hygiono must have camo
naturally t() the"old Pompeiian; lie evi
dently had no chance to get a typhodial
attack; the only case of diseaes ho
could not, provide against wero tho
eruptive, nnd ono of the.se carried him
off at last.
The excavations are going on steadi
ly, and are admirably managed. It is
a delight to see one room alter another
revealed to the light of day. Tho au
thorities are now beginning to replaco
the charred timbers of tho roofs with
now ones. In this way some second
story balconies are kept in place, in
stead of bdng allowed to fall down as
formerly. lOvit omc of the most rich
ly decorated houses tho roofs aro re
stored cxadtly as they were, with tiles
made nftcnlliu ancient patterns.
...n.t.ni.i thf dirtalonj
', Tomild- usuany f .nougho
"; L,t int iwy; .? I
' . , ,i. ns rtrospecUn!: alJ r
Xc Wed 3M
k. ..i,nroofof a country cotfcre
for if t7 feci, snd then tbcro WascFar
Irop of I don't know how-much tare,
to a brook tht tumbled along oWhe
rocks. WclL ho was about dead brie,
and was MumMuiS lo ot eajng
much what becamo of bun. till h p.
ncdonaroud stone that sent , in,
rollm-dawn toward tht gully jtttfita
that made him, tear up the soilmbnd
fuls to save tfmselt
It wasnjnso. Over he went, bat
to bis oTcat!astonishment ho fcded
safe, ifnoesSaiHl. on n narrow Jdge
on the oppb? sld? of the chasm i,oat
? - L .iii. feet down. W hen UhtA
pulled himslf together a bit he l,,ked
?.'..,i nn.Ua' that his led-o a nat
You woi 4 be astonished at tho sizo
of somo of ue Pompeiian houses, and
of the rooi s and spaces thoy inclose.
They look mall because they aro emp
ty, but wl. n you measure thorn you
find them ;ery spacious. lio'uscs of
thirty and orty rooms in tho first story
aro not ui :ommon. Tho great spaco
was tho at uni, often thirtv-tive to for
ty feet loi r. h-iving an opening for
lijriit in tin ?cn re ot the root, an
A tablespoonful of chloroform in about
four times as much water is said to be an
infallible cure for cholera. It has been
tried, and does not cure by killing the pa
The trades-organizations in the United
States number now 011,530 men. It is a
mighty and increasing power in the re
public, and is going to have something to
do with shaping its future destines.
As long as Beecher confined himself to
skirmishing along "the ragged edge" of
their religion, the Plymouth people were
serene; but when he got to infringing on
their politics, they went on their ear.
It was not Shakspeare who said that
every perfectly developed bean contains
the germ of an idea. But there can be
no doubt that Boston owes her intellectual
pre-eminence in the universe to baked
Cholera has been" produced artificially
in Dr. Koch's laboratory by inoculating
animals with tho bacillus. This is im
portant, as demonstrating that the bacillus
is the cause and not the consequence of
the dread disease.
The O. S. Journal caps one of its new
year's columns with this headline: "Y
Gwir Yu Erbyn Y BYD." This looks as
if the headliner had caught on to the todd
end of the Eisfedtodd or Eisteddfod and
got himself knocked into pi.
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat has re
ceived a letter from St. John denying that
he had askpd or accepted money for his
services in the campaign, and says; "Jlr.
John P. St. John is an infamous and un
mitigated liar, and we shall not print his
Rev. James Kay Applebee preached a
sermon glorifying old age, and said, "The
beauty of old men is the gray head." We
willbet that the Rev. Applebee's head isgray,
or else that be is a young man with au
burn hair parted on the equator who was
giving taffy to some nice old bondholder
in the congregation with a view to son-in-law-ship.
As it itf our ideal to give all the local
new3 we can find in Clark county or out
of it about Clark county, we copy the fol
lowing from the great Cincinnati truth
teller, for the edification of those of our
readers who ilo not read the Enquirer:
Clark county has a good deil el material
which may, in continsencies, tie presented to
the next Republican State Convention. It is
a hot-bd ot radical Republican politics, and
is especially luty on the temperance ques
tion. It has much talent, and some oi it is
out of emiloyment. Captain Uushntll came
near enough to snatching the Cungre-sional
nomination to prod him on to other achieve
ments. Captain Ojlevre will not be avers
to keering ia line, and the Springfirlders
have Ki-S(vaker Kci'er wiih them always.
Colonel Kinney, a'.s.j politician o!" State re
nown, is now LuMiug lorth in the "Cham
pion City," b'lt he is probably unavailing lor
politics. He has reformed, and is cow en
gaged in lbs news;iicr business.
The case of St. George Best is a sad
one. He is a gentleman, a man of cul
ture, and of some literary reputation.
Last Tuesday he was arraigned in tlte
United-States court in Cincinnati for sen
tence on conviction of the charge of circu
lating obscene literuture through the
mails. Judce Sage commented on the
high standing of the accused and on the
heinonsness of the offense, and sentenced
him to three years in the penitentiary.
He thereupon immediately took out of his
pocket and drank a vial of laudanum
The shrieks of his wife and the rush of his
friends around him made an impressive
scene in the court. But the doctors, who
were immediately summoned, saved him
for the penitentiary with the stomach-pump
," marble-lined basin, raised
above thctf oor, into which the rain fell,
and on thlmarginof which were placed
bed-room;, and at the eriil a TccqntoHT" Thb'mlnSr"" looted rroacniulrf-ri
the tenderfoot and thenit the aec
Ground an.l: taai ins ieugo wai not
much goodorbim. 'or narrpwfl off
both up strims and fd?wn;
water tcloWt vas at least forty feet
awav. AfKtlinking awlulo habon
cltuledho cMMjam one end J his
ctm into a d"iW behind him, (that
tho butt word laug over the cSisn.
TothishociaUlhavo tied a ,,; u
ho had one, WiieJ be hadn't, ini,b.ce
of a rope ho tetejuuicd to use his halt
slit up into til" Veces, and strip cat
fromVuerouao."- , ,
Wiea "'P0, I? curious line om
jyletcd it reached liittle over half way
;.. i. i-ntpr. UolthouL'ht In !.
drop the restofjtlj way wit&ot any
serious tlanugc.ja, proceededto ako
one end of the lmekst to the butt of
the gun. He wis Vy ncrvotj over it,
and just when I lught lie had it
tied the coil slip?' 'ver the fcdge, tho
weight of it hrougU ip hi, hasj with a
jerk, and down it it.
"I reckon bo thotft ho'd lost all his
friends. Then ho fli just wLit any
ono elso would havojjno. He got np
very carefully and ban to wilk along
thoiedgo ho was x Up-stream it
soon terminated. l;n he went down
stream. The ledge jew narrower un
til ho just had a fct-hold. At tho
samo placo tho gulchgrew wrrowcr.
Ho had proceeded alAtlfifty feet and
was hoping to find hisvjy out of tho
difficulty when somehctis foot slip
ped again, and, whirliV arornd, ho
pitched out over tho gtfc Hij hands
flew out before him and buck against
the rocks opposite, leaig him sus
pended above tho gulf tl was forty
feet deep below. For aljt fire min
utes ho was not in condji to see any
thing, but at the end of" it timo ho
began to look around forfco third timo
to lind means of escape.' lis eyes fell
on the rocks opposite prc- soon, nnd
then ho forgot all abaft u3 danger.
Tho pay-streak that wsiCtppjng out
thero was tho biggest le'd-jver seen.
It was a trying momenj af aJL Ho
said afterward that if b ha't noticed
that tho gulch grew nairowi and tho
ledge wider as it wei doti-strcam,
ho would havo just letjo anfdropped,
leaving ono of tho bicames I tho dis-
I trict to bo discovcrct in smo other
way by somo other ma.
"Tlfcu ho got out altight?1
"You bet, and sold ot in a reek foi
8100.000, and went to to Stats."
The tenderfoot looket arouil at tin
door, and then said, hetating:
"Did that chap furah anylawori.
documents to prove hi 6tory of th!
The clerk at that . onnt plaicd a
open box of cigars on tb bar rith ,
smart slap. 1
1 I ntn i oniAir hrtrti.t tnio.
Andrenj?, Wise & Putnam,
48 &Soxxtla Limestone Stxeet,
jCJcr a MagniQcent Assortment of
Easy Chairs, Fn Couches, Parlor Suits, Carpets and Rugs.
Finest assoj of Brass Stands, Sconces and Mahoga
ny Table, Chamber Sets, Rich Gold Lamps of
evertfscnption and design. Prices below
,,ow water mark. Also fine
FRENCH Ml TEH AND DINNER SETS
A lar& li of DECORATED WARE. COAI, viws tivc.
STAXns. i.i L,t -rihi.. '. -. 'SES' TI SETS and
fact eTerrthlne that m.t,.. u .. '
, . , " """ra "uiiio uappy on
ftaflirp anil urn m i.k . . .. ' r "
-W.,ure maKln;r pnrc,la(.es
room and ilining-rooms. Ucyorid theso
was a peristyle, orcourt, .surrounded by
Irom eight to twenty column", thus
making a broad corridor running all
around. Some of the pcriityles wero
eighty or one hundred feet square, with
a great variety of rooms opening into
them. Beyond the peristyle was tho
garden, sometimes 150 feet square, or
more, with all sorts of 'arrangements
for plants and fountains. A good many
of the elaborate niche-shaped fountains
are still perfect. Tho street entrances
to some of tho houses arc ten to fifteen
feet in width, and had quadruple or
four-leaved doors. In fact, so spacious
are these dwellings on tho ground tloor
that it is generally believed that tho
upper-storr rooms were rented out
The floors of the first and second
stories wcic of cement, in which pat
terns of mosaic or tcsselatcd work wero
laid. Many of these floors aro uninjur
ed. Q'iie Louses wero admir
ably planned to savo space, and tho
decorations, mural and otherwise, were
far beyond our conceptions of the art
of ornamentation. The workmanship,
espcciallytho plaster and stucco, was
much better than can bo produced by
our modern craftsmen.
In examining Pompeii it is necessary
to remember that it was a small pro
vincial city, bearing abont tho saroo re
lation to "Rome that Auburn or Utica
does to New York. This increases our
wonder in walking through its well
paved streets, or its riclily adorned
houses, or in studying tho thousand
and thousands of art objects in terra
cotta, bronze, silver, gold, alabaster,
marble, and glass which have been dis
covered with even its walls withinless
than half the city excavated. Meclian
BRoTrf Hi i
w S.UUW l- ui
iffl i nrRBij
l5?l S y l
T BESTONIC. ?
TMl mftltne. combinloron with cure
ITCtabU !, qulctijrsd completely
toil Dyavxiia. ladled, IVrnknnn,
i, .uaiana, va mu ctctv-
Une remcdyJDbeascsof the
lit ii tniuibla for Dies peculiar to
i ronen, ti " wh lead pitarr livei.
It foes now ore the teeth Jte headache.or
focice cofptlon othif ntatcinti do.
ilttnrichnl pnriflei thfod.sttanlate
pi pare III
asYit Iff nththB b.est' of. cour8e;
as it is the cheapest. "Get
Youghiougheny !! ! "
J. H. Olrick & Bro.,
141 South Limestone.
leippetiti'ls tbe as-lmjcn or food, re
kti llearfirn and Belchjuid Jtrtc jti
'the mates and nerves?
"r inteieni i-erers, imae, uiciof
Jnrgy. Ac)1 hM no equal
f Thennlne hts itoic
f oacd ref1"3 on wrappeia
! Abovde nark and
rappeake no other.
..tjljAnnJ CUIXICiL ILTHORl. an.
and, having lighted a cijrat tho fill)
reu aicoiiot lamp, oorrowi o oi
clerk for spending mouy and wala
away. At tho street dor ho ton
around and said: f
"Younjr man, the pairs were
ncccsssay. I was that cap mjso.
JSevo 1 ork bun.
n l bjFV un
;flnvc;RCDrl " -.rafl
-"" " - -L
"Xew Tork ConnU,"
Fresh Dally, Serrcd In Erery Style.
43 South Market Street,
SpecIM Katea for Public and Privata
Partiea and Reception..
Dr: Frank 0. Runyan.
GETTING RICH BY LUCK.
Tha TJ.b of Dancllni; Ovrr n Onlly A
Jllnrr VTlio Pnekrtol S1OO.O0O,
and Didn't Itrrak llta 'cck
"The grand old man" Gladstone, the
present ruler of tbe British people, was
seventy-five years old on Monday. His
birthday was an occasion of cougratnla-
Tii'ffvcnteeiitb ot September, 1837, will
b-" the 100th annivetsarv of the S'puinj; ot
the Anierinin Federal Co1 stilution aj it hd
been enpro s d and Hgrced upon by tbe mem
bers of the Constit'ition.il Contention.
Hon. Riciard Crowley, late Unitul States
Diilrict A tnrney lor the Wtstern District of
'ew Vork; Hon. Miltou Sayler, formerly a
memtier of Conprff from Cinrinniti, and
Sneaker of the Lower House of Congress, and
Quictou Corwine, son of the Me R. 11. Cor
wine, ol Ci'cinaati, Imve formed a law pjrt-
nership id -New iork.
A new bapcape check has Deen perfected
and been adopted by several railioad. I
consisU ol a rather lare bra s shell, wild
strap attachment, the shell boldirg four cou
pons folded on each other. The first coupon
is to be filled ont to the paj'eneer, the second
to the agent, tbe third acts as a way bill and
the fourth goes with tbe shell, and
contain! the number cf train, time and date
received and the nume and address of the
owner. The coupons are intended to take
the place of all reports of bapgage forwarded,
received and delivered, and excess baeeacc
Thar headquarters of most of tho
working miners who come to New
Vork is said to be at a small hotel,
whero a gold and black sign outsido
contains the legend, "Miners' Arms,"
and a very largo ono above tho bar
reads: "Owing to parties having been swin
dled by confidence men our pafrons
are strictly cautioned not to lend mon
ey or become intimate with strangers."
"Xo drinks sold Sundays" is in very
small letters below tbo largo sign.
Most of the patron-i of the Iioiho seem
to bo from Cornwall and Scotland.
They stop hero when thoy first land in
After a day or two employed in get
ting his beariiiirs and a knowledge of
the currency, the new miner takes a
train for tho West. Frequently noth
ing is beard from him for years, but
sooner or later a brawny fellow with
his chest thrown out and" his head up,
dressed in a thick flannel hirt, a broad
brimmed hat, and corduroy trousers,
will elbow his way through "tho crowd
of new arrivals and, stopping beforo
tho bar, w ill express his delight at
meeting an old acquaintance in lan
guage not to be mistaken. He is at
once i invited to nominato his poison,
and usually says that he takes it
Inat is what Charles Ircgoning said
when ho reached the bar. after six years
in Nevada and the Ulack Hills. "Hav
ing quenched his thirst ho brought a
iroid brick out of tho recesses of his
clothes ami passed it over to the clerk,
who weighed it, and then counted out
180 in Ban!, of Knglaud notes. This,
with a much larger pilo of American
greenbacks.twas placed in the hotel
safe. To a Underfoot near by Tregon
mg said: j
"I have of en six years in tho moan-
iu ui m'
Away With Siiprnlcrs.
A writer in Tlie Xcw Jib Timtt sj:
I received a unique circitsr tha oir
day inviting me to bcco a ncnt
of a society by tho payiint of x sill
initiation fee. I havo reived jinlr
circulars in tho course oJniy life, bt
never have I found any aite ss po
liar as tins, issued as it ms byaola
remarkabloa body that "the Jscior
for the alleviation of huanmiaraa
for tho eradification of thbrigithbaii
es of those ills of mankhi wlfcl ai
directly traceable to ti unry.icrj
rules of fashion and cspetally'"t tl
pernicious habit of wearip sutxndej
with straps crossed at thcack?' Tli
precious titlo is followed a rictstid
of somo of tho reasons fofthe ibolitio
of suspenders. It is grjely allfgo
that the habit of wearingauw sarpefr
ders at all Is contrary to ai tL fcaclj
ings of antiquity and thojjrpejeise a
ages. Adam in his palutt ormos
fig-leafy days wore no suntliri am
ono may search tho histon of i) :ira
in vain to find a hero or tjirttf rusl
ing to a glorious doom incinbodtvib
those useless and "eflomiato n-apsi'
And so it goes on at somelenh, on
to close with a startling semfc stat
ment: "Onthecros-ingof faisuspea
ders." it says, "a piece iflrass ot
ouier metal is tautened toij grcttej
am-uLiu iu wiu luiaiuuns tnvance
a ms bit of metal when brat in op
position to the gold or st watct
chain on tho front of the l&'is apt t
give rise to a voltaic current strong
enough to be perceptible. bVhich il
timo acts on the kidneys ifiver 'a
such an extent that tbi!lMn0 uJ
come semi-paralyzed, andjjjtr the
vitality, degenerate and ; rise ft
tho many diseases whichifr off M
many unfortunate victim
Tho headquarter-; of thoV.cn en a
der society is in ri.ladeT xthe
it is stated that it ha thirjjr. man
bcrs, thirty-three of wlininTiev0 u
say aro, women ail of J, pjj
Mrs. to their naiuu. PjblT thi
maiden name of tho ipijanreret
town below GermantovuJi;'on j
ognizes tho motive to flatny fur
nished by missing butt Gyj -jtb
holds her coy consent to?jin(r thi
articles of tho society. 1$,- 'j.
what right have tliej "to k"olnrthin'
about suspenders, anyway! '
Miss Kate Smnlsoy, otftiain
the faniom faster, whoso ft , at
traded the attention of thoJeseien
titic world, and who is clalj u uav
abstained from food nearly,,, hund
red days, is to all appcarar,,, heir,
ty as ever. Tho ruddyJJ- o
faco and comparatively j'jp ioia
that so thoroughly puzzle,, whc'
sxamined her somo tirne'i remliB
tho same, and aro sadly "hf teeoins
with tho assertions of hertw i
others, who stoutly avojjt not j
mouthful of food h'aspasir,. faster'i
lips in over six months. r-j, :
'and nono of us can toll-),.; tfrt
here alive." Dr. ZoUor.ffijS
itatos it was all a nrysteiftjjn &
:angive no explanatioa'th0 'ci
ind does not know howl :
jeen sustained so lon Xi i.j,
Iocs ntiflslcen mnr th-, .
(M achjall over!" What&mmcq ex.
breiHi Md how much itaqs to rqany
I pooufferer ! Theso fcs h.ave a
fause.rd njore frequentliqisgenar.
lllu Slpscted. IheniKotailo....
)idnef No disease is n painful or
seriouthiq tlCSc, aqd no'nedu is so
prorrif ld effective as
Noemedy has yet
tha' is so effect'-ve in
i.jr"ri,i-iiMi is cm:
des- Science aid rriedicaJiWn have
giuiicj iui vriaenui sutess ,uose
h.b5 which, natuto r,as provtecj for the
oreof d.sease It Strang:!, , d fn.
wjontes th,o whob system.
Hm. Tbaddeui Steroui, tha iMtnaaj-v r
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Teeth Inserted in gol silver, mbt.-. tb
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