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RAILROAD TIME CARD.
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3 Xttbt Express . .
UX.V.Jt Boston Kx
2 Cfc-re. A Eastern Kx...
X. Y. Limited Kx
M a. m.
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Xlcht Exnress. .
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31 tin.. Ind. A St. Louis Ex .
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27 1 f 1 A- On Ex . .
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AREIVK KO SOCTH.
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31 Tin. A Sprjr.Ac . S2"p. m
4 X. V. Llm. Ex :"i P. m.
3t prx- A Cln. (Sunday only) : p. m.
Indiana, lllooiuinirtnn and W. R.K. Mlil-
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5 Day Express . !. a. m.
3 Express - . 4:10 p. in.
2 Mall and Express lft..Sn a. m.
4 Acc.nnnidatliiii .:-V p. m.
3 Accommodation. . -. -. 9.Via. m.
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PitUs, Cin. X t. Iini. It. n I- M. Dli-
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Xenta Arrnm . .. "Wa.in.
It (In. .Mall .. . lO.lrta. m.
7 Western Express , .. 4.1i p. m.
5 Limited l-TTpn. S.5 p. m.
abxite raon west.
10 Xenla Accom 7KO a. m.
6 Ka.trrn Knirc.s.
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$ Day Eprcss
3.JO p. m.
V:a) p. m.
lo-v p. m.
X. V, I'ran. Ml Ohio K. R.
ITIckct Office at St. James Hotel.
i: Atlantic Express i.V)a.m.
4 Xcw York Llmltrd Kipres... M: a. m.
2 Accommodation . 514 p. m.
8 .Ne orL Express "S.llp. m.
3 Pacific Ktjit.. 2:2a.m.
1 On and Western Express lu.a. m.
5 Si. Louis Express ..!. Mi.'iOp. m.
All trains run tiy Central time, which Is 23
minutes slower than Columbus time.
X. B. 'Daily. tlaify except Monday. All
others daily except Sunday.
The aboieTime Card Is arrange 1 for the con
Tcnlenceof the tnnellne public, and will be
corrected as otten as chances occur.
tEo. 11 Kmhiit. Pais, and Ticket Acent,
lice Line iC. C C A I. Ify). Arcade lepot.
Ilmv does liriptdier General A. S.
Mr. and Sirs. M. 31. Hedpes sjient j cster
day in Dayton.
Mr. and Mr-, 1L Lw HocVtield left this
afternoon for Indianapolis!
Mitchell Tost G. A. It., holds iLi annual
election of oflicers next Thursday eenitiR.
Mrs. VT. G. Maitland. of East Ich
street, returned from Indianapolis Saturday
Quite a Iarce number of people from this
city will go to Indianapolis tonight to at
tend the Hendricks funeral.
The Cliautaunua Xonnal Class meets to-
t. . . M, , . , , ., t ,
night at . S clock. In the bible class room
of the Congregational church.
Harry Hums is reentering rapidly from
the wound he revived a week ago from a
razor in the hands of Theodore Dolby.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kreis of West
Columbia street, were made happy yester
day morning by the arrival of a girl baby.
Dr. W. G. Moorehead, of Xenia, occupied
the pulpit of the U. P. church last night
and preached a remarkably eloquent ser
mon. Miss Lizzie Protzman. of Cincinnati, and
Miss Ida Irotzman. of Shelbyxilie, Indiana,
are tlie gue-ts of their sister, Mrs. A. I
Clarke. M'.ss I-anra Coles returned to Delaware
today after sending the Thanksgiving t a
cation with her iarents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mothers, need not lie afraid to git e chil
dren Ked Star Cough Cure. Xo opiates
Mark Fahey. treasurer of the Irish Na
tional League of the city, receit ed a receipt
y esterday from Dr. O'Kefiiy, of Detroit, for
S5O0. tlie proceeilsof the meeting at Ulack's
a couple of weeks ago. This entitles tlie
Springfield League to ten delegates to the
Chicago convention of the League w hicli
meets January 22.
Mrainrsl III. Mrtr.
No. 11 Wk.st 12('ith St.,
Xmv Yoiik. March 3. l&so.
I am pretty well known in New York as
the one-armed bacgage master at tlie X. Y.
Central Depot three months ago, 111 lilt-
ing a heavy trunk, I strained my side dread-
fully. I immeiliatelv procureil an Alleock's
Porous Plaster. Et'ery hour felt less pain,
, ... . , , ., ,.1
I wore the Plaster three days, then I'I'1
another, was well in a week and attending
to my business.
James h. Kkwepv.
A Illark List
Of diseases follow s an unhealthy condi
tion of the liter, one of the most iuiortant
organs of the body. Impure Mood, bron
chitis, asthma, malarial diseases, consump
tion. si(k headache, diseases of the skin,
kidneys and heart all may lie traced to
faulty action or torpidity of the liver. Xo
other known preparation so rapidly and
thoroughly restores a disordered liter r
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discotert."
It is pleasant to the taste, mild but sure in
its action, and a gift to suffering humanity
from one of the most successful phy sicians
of the age.
Elmer, infant sou of J. II. Long, died
yestenls? morning at 10 o'clock, of inflam
mation of the bowels. Age. three months.
The funeral took place this afternoon from
tlie family residence. No. 33 Pattou street
Died At the residence of W m. Vt atson,
253 South Limestone street Mrs. Itebecca
Eckert Sen ices Tuesday moniing at the
house, at 0-30. Interment, WoiMland
Mrs. Cynthiana Spain died yesterday at
1 o'clock p. nu. of effusion of the brain, at
the residence of her granilson, Paul Smith.
Serticc-t the house at o'clock Tuesday
mominllfeitennent at Bellefontaine. Age
Bellefontaine papers please copy.
"I have been selling Athlophoros for
three or four months with tlie best of re-
-jmlts. It ha eiven satisfaction in every
HJ the favorable report 01 the rneu-
1 neunigi remcMj o .. ""-:
Bctuct, etvggm, tn jux-
The Sabbath scliool nuinbon.il 210 jetcr
ilay, with 10 I--lti)t.
S. J. Culritrlit ainl wife iiUxi ftivmls at
South Cli.ir!ftou on babbath.
A frit-mi of A. II. l'owi-ll, from W'a-li-
Ington Torritory. I l--itinc him.
William lirtil. of Cohuiilm, oMit w)ii of
J. V. ltnM, NiUitiiisliNoMlioinolivrc.
Matlhow Cu-hinc, of the city, -iH?tit Sun
day attonioou lien1 attoiulins ourclmrch
Daniel St mil n. tlie Ccrm.in wlm fell into
1. 1. Jlat'i well, K improviiiB alowl.
Hi broken arm N ery juiiiful.
Kev. C. J. llnrkert lin-aclieil Sabbatii
i timniini; from the wonl' "When1 many
.. 1I.K.V m. wore c.itherel tojetlier pravinc." liS si-.-yjta.ru.
moil Ihmiis on the iiect--itv anil north of
All memlHTs of Ixme SUr Ixulce, 1. ().
O. F., are eMHVtiil to lie lirefent this ( Jlon-
. . .. 1
daieeiiing. asit i, the annual election
for oihcerv Imtli fir the lodge and grand
oflicers of the state.
This (Mondayl moniing. while snitching
a car at the I-tgonda shojis. one wider than
Usual struck a belt and pulley that furnished
the power for the blacksmith shop, tearing
the pulley down and ghing the men a day
A meeting of the ladies nf the F.ighth
waril. in the interest of Associated Charit-
ie. Is cillitl for Tuesday evening, at tin
roidctice of Mrs. Stillwcll. N'o. S51,
I,muM)ne street, 1 Mrs. IIon Mitchell.
The ladies of thK place are uri;esl to attend
On Saturday a joung man named
Clark was -oerely cut acrov. the luck of
the hand by another ouni; man named
Kckard. lloth work in the champion -hoi
nere. ine latter was tiranuiMiiiur a piece
of st-l that he had ground ery -han. and
. . .
,,.., -is r.i i
jouiie tlark. Mnkim; at him. Claik
thnnv ti liK hand to want
the weapon, and wa- cut. as ale
In fi meti!ii.iu( fi :i.lvniieil TjimhiiI
Mated, aero', tlie hand. Simc of the ten-
don and two arteries weri 'en-il. 11
soon fainted from siht of the Mood and
fright. Some of his shopmates took him to
Dr. Nelson's oiiice. when'theeut was sewed
up. It is thoushtthecutliiiswasniit inten
tional, but wa.s ierj reckli-..,, tos,iytlie
Tiiih. Vov. ::). Miss Vina Dickey and
Alice lleckerin.il ciit 'I'hatikscix ing in
Dayton; Miss Dickey returned Thursday
afteniiMin. and Miss- Heekennan Satuniay
nicliL IleproentatWe X. II. Alhauzh
was in tjwn S.itiinlaj-Mrs. C. C.
Marker has returned from Kansas and Is
qnite unwell. The fair held in G. A. 11.
hall, by St. John's church, w as a great u
eess, the.sociit clearing at least Sl.'JOO.
Mrs. J. V. (Ibliugerdren the gold watch,
and Carl Hammond the surrey hucgy. A
grand Kali closed the fair on Friday night.
Mrs. Lillio Deiiman has returned
from Grtvmille. Miss Maggie McKinney j
is back troiu Indiana and Illinois. ,
Snaffer A Scott, burned so badly last week.
are now pleasantly established ncvt doir.
Tlie murt house is up to the third story.
A temK)rary roof will lie envteil during the 1
winter's sniension of work. Miss Kliza
Ilowers is home from Indiana. Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. C. McKaig will tomorrow night,
celebrate the .1th anniuTsar of their wed
ding. Jeff. N". Mi'Ier and wife hate cone
to Dallas, Texas, to reside. Jell, has a m-
sition on the Texas Pacific IJailwaj.
The Troy I.octiire Course will open a week
from tonight with the llnlpntli Concert
Co. Tiiis company hate been here liefore
and will meet with a hearty reception.
Misses Donna andAiiua TitzceraliL of West
Milton, were in town on Satuniay night.
The celebrated Prof. Morningstar per
formed at the rink fratunlaj irclit. Some
how no one knew he was present until the
rink ojieiied for the etening. Will Nes-
bitt has gone on the njnd ttitn latin's Cof
fee Co.. of Cincinnati. Harrow, of tin:
Democrat, and Mrs. Uairow returned Sat
urday from Tlianksdting 111 Ashland coun
ty. Mrs. S. N. Todd and children tNitod
last week in Sidney with Mrs. A. 11. C.
Hitchcock.- George P Stafford's many
friends regret to learn that lie is on the sick
list. Postmaster Morris has the jmst
othce tastefully drained in crajie and ilags; he
uses real craie, too. V. 11. Carl, of
' ss ii"li,as ill kmiii .s.ilillil.l llltlll 1
Arth),r CMtt.n,m , , Wlt ylmn ,
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tenlay. Mis Anna Enger mvited tlie
gold watch giten as a reward to the young
lady selling the largest number of tickets
for St. John's fair. Tuilj I-ong is back
fromLonlstille. Miss Ella Stafford Sun
day ed in WestMilton. Miss I.nlu Worth-
ington and William Worthingtoii. of Fletch
er, ieiit testeday with Mrs. Cias. Harr.
Mrs. C. L. Craig is on the sick list.
The J. O. is now oen on Sunday from
9 until 10 a. ni. This is most welcome in
telligence. Lawrence G. Gales, one of
ourlmest young men. is git ing mesmeric
eiiterta'nments in our count towns. Jlr
Gates is the author of a work on mesmerism
now in press at Tippecanoe City.
Thousands know that St. Jacobs Oil cures
the worst cases of neuralgia in a night.
MEciiAMrsnri:i;, Nov. SO. Tlie Qui
Vites, a society of young men of our town, 1
hate a jolly time each night at their open
room almte C. A. Maker's dry goods store. 1
H. E. Colwell, sen., is touching up his '
business room, occupied b John Culliert-
son. with a netv coat of paint. Ed Legge
is doing the work. J. M. Hradley, of
Monroe township. Madi-on county. soM a '
tone lot of hogs jesterda to D. J. Hum- '
ham. of Mosedale. who shipied tlie same 1
in a double-decker to Oct eland. W. Q. '
Wlleoxon. our jeweler, lias assumed the ,
agency of tlie Pan Handle railway.
Joseph Metzner. our libeml gardener, will 1
visit his father tliiscoinuig week at Centralia. '
Illinois and Cy Miller will officiate in his
capacity until his return. The Iiellefon-,
taine Hoheinian Oats Comian is working
this territory rather ex'ensitely. Mr. O.
Hanlman. of Mechanicsburg, is their so
licitor for this comuiunit. C. L. A- J.'
II. lturnham reiiresent the onlv tirst class '
lUert of Mivhanicshurg. Among tlie
churches we find the follow ing: At theM. E.
' The Sunday's lesson was from 27th Psalm.
i Text from Matt fl: 24. Tern, trance prater
mivting at the house of Mrs. Humside.
, We.lnes.lat aftenu,n. at ."... nu A tery
J ianre number was in attendance. At the
i M. P. church I Jet. Elliott preached one. of
1 a series of sermons on the Prodigal Son.
The choir sang tlie anthem "Thou art 111
hiding-place." The M. P. choir meet at 1
the church Wednesday evening. Wilder
I,odge. No. 271, I. O. O. F., elected 1
the following officers for the ensu
ing year at their regular meet
ing, Saturdar etening. W. G., J. E. Fui-1
Ierton; V. G., C. It. Helltille; U. Sec. J.
C. Alley; Per. Sec, V. fa. Jiagrudi-nTreas., j
W. Culliertsoii; Trust., W. Culliertson, 1
Thomas Glendening, V. S. Magruder. N. ,
S. Hritton, G. W. Staniforth. After Jan.
1. lsTi, the regular night of meeting will Ik'
Thursday, instead of Saturday. Mis I
Delia Johnson and Miv. Anna Sceva re-1
turned tixlay to school at Delaware. Mr. '
Wm. A. Hates was a guest of
D. W. C. Holland last week.
Ollle Miller, of Chicago, and S. Wilson,
of Pittsburg were gucts at the Murray
House yeshiday. Prof. F. S. Fuson and
family returned y esterday from atisit to
North Lettisburg. Mrs. W. II. Sidebot-
1 Uml js convalescing from a spell of sickm-s
After an Illness of liftivn weeks. Dr.
, Thomas Jones was able on Satuniay last to
sit up a sl,rt tiine.--F. S Fus..,, and
1 wife, W.N. Sidelxttiim.MissAildie Hunker
an4 Mi-s Millie Ouen are reading the drama
of William Tell in its original language.
They re.ort It quite interesting.
The committee of ladies and gentlemen
connected with the Second Baptist church,
of this city, desire to tender their sincere
thanks to their many friends who so kindly
contributed mouey and provisions for the
late Thanksgiving dinner giten in the
churclu They wish further to say that,
after deducting expenses, the neat little
sum of S74.14 was left for payment on the
NF.V 'aiili-LE, Nov. 30. Two men , Tlb' to drop into de way ' looipyiato
well anne.1 aiiust tlilees ami l"'r- Don't tiviTi .
dais, walk back and forth on our iuDtt,r "'"" Ml """
all niht. The organization formed cuu- De wum dat bitmiV June apple will end a
siti of about thirtv-iue of the lxt buMness i Place to hide,
men. Each one of them has the prhlk-Ke 'n "'Sndede-8 1""k"rra( wlU uke da
of liiriue Mimt one to watch the night for J An a water mello'n in de patch dat eem to
which he Uiletailwl if heili- not watch i thump de
hiuiM'If. From what 1 can learn they are V aho de meaneV Inside when It come to
allu-r faithful Their object I , rouU!ten''fi
much that of i.ft-votlwH, af lirott-ctniB )oucrtsn.
their uroiH-Hv. 1 know of unite a number
of tln-M gentlemen w ho would make it hot
for a burglar. The CO without lantern-,
and therefore could fip onto a thief and
capture, or wound, or kill him, if noctMr,
and they are indignant enough to
handle a burglar pretty miurhl.
We know of but two from here that e.vt
to attend Hendricks' funeral: Dr. Hen.
DaWsaud IWma-ter T. J. .Meranda.
I-ircecrowiK went to take a look at the
iiewM-liool luiu-4! eienlay. With a few
exceptions, all are'well satiftieil with it
thus far. The Superior Machine Co.,
through Mr. .1. V. IVrrine, has contracted
Willi a linn in Memphis. Tenn., to handle j
1 a iillll III Jllilll'IU-s ' ""M -r ....... ..X.
l a lVIr I)Ulnps for Nmti,eni Kentucky and
Tennessee, .rrangeinents will soon lie
complete to enable this firm to start i
manufacturing anil run steady, and I
probabh er materially enlarge I
their capacitx for manufacturing. , , ,
Kev. C. W. Ciioate was at Cine Spring A reporter for the bun, who was
church jestenla. They haxe no regular walking alonjr the water front on Har
nuiiister there now. In the eent tiiat they I lcm Kiver, aboe the Astoria Ferry, the
JXS, R acuainted with one of
miles north of here, in an excellent coininu-! the men employed on a bie barge that
The could do no better thair" engage
him to preach for them. ill. Smith and
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I .. i.i,i!.,i. ' i,-,-l..i ii r f,rv tr..
. Tr.. tlH.Iwhii.T.Nl tmr nro miiMi .M'ttor
n mi, n tin iiiii imiaiu utaa wi iiiiu mwi
i thsin if left ouU They arc eeeedhi-h
careful of their .-dock, and, as a result of
this their trade ha-, pone far liejond their
niot laiicuiiie eviHXt.itiom.
Ko. O.. Xo. SO. Tlie lieniehted trav
eler, in minim; into our town at nitht. will
hae no reason to complain of tlied.irknes-s
,i!nii inline ,.nr..i,nw,i , i,n,r ,.,,, i...
eler, in minim; into our town at nitht. will
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I of street Iannis Thev are alre.uU i'l im-i-
(1II aI, (( JmUh ,- wlltra(.t ,)(v jiau,
apiminteil .lolm Hanej marohal. wlm-eduty I
' it i- to lislit and kvp the lamps in order for
mti-ideration of too mt year. Ju.ir
icny meeiiiig 111 tue M, r ciiun-n next sat-
unlay ami Mimlat. Hie presiding elder
1 will be pn-MMit oter Sunday.- Mrs. Ioyd
1 Krtaut, of (irtvn townsliiji, was in town1
iSaluiilat Miss Ella Coan. who is at-
, landing Antioch college, sMMit Thanksgit- '
ing with her parents. i:ct..s.i Coan.of Enoii.
I A party consisting of Win. A. Young.
Alex. Dillahuut, jr., Charles Voung. and
1 Allien Slrawslierg will Iratr Moudar for
the lA-'ttiston ri-sertoir on a hshiiig and
bt the primary and iutennuliate riHims nf
the si-hiKil Thanksgit ing night proted to
be unite successful, netting the friends S21.
Prof. Hen Ixing. of Springfield, paid u
atisit Nitunlay.' Holiday entertainments 1
will lie giten by Imtli ehurches. They will1
lie announced later. Caleb Winget'schil-1
dren are sick with tlie .scarlet feter.
Daty Criminons little luby came near chok
ing to death 011 a piece of tin Friday nl;;ht.
It cot it in its mouth while nlatiiiir with it. 1
I It was extracfed before the little thing s.if
A WORRIED BISHOP.
Sit TTubki and Thirteen Dags and Handles '
In h Party.
Six persons were in the party the
Bishop, the Bishop's wife, his son and
daughter, and two young ladies, re
latives of the Bishop. They were
getting home from the sea shore, and
on their way westward they stopped at
the Grand Central station. The Bishop
was a tali man with a long straggling
beard and a worried look, and his
wife, a tall woman, looked worried
also. The baggage consisted of sis
trunks and thirteen bags and bundles.
The trunks were checked, but the
efforts of the Bishop anil his family to
keep track of the bags and bundles
were slowly killing them. A Tribune
reporter wandering through the station
obscrred the situation.
"George," said the Bishop's wife,
after a silence in which evidently a
mental roll-call of bundles was being
made, "where is the camera?" George
accounted satisfactorily for it
"I do not sec the small blue satchel
nor the brown bundle in a shatvl-strap.
We left them," she added in tones of
conviction; "I knew we did." The
missing articles were brought to light
after a thorough search occupying
minutes of terrible agony.
"All we now need," said George,
pleasantly, as he clasped tlie camera,
and balanced the recovered shawl-strap
and small blue satchel on unoccupied
portions of his lap, "is a couple more
parcels. Next season we can tike a
bunch of lightning rods and a fire ex
tinguisher. I should enjoy carrying
them." A timelr distribution of
cookies silenced (iscontent, and the
Bishop appeared looking eren more
worried than before. 1
"Mary," lie said, addressing one of
the girls, "do tou know your trunk?,
I canjiot find it" It was finally agreed
that "Mary's trunk had a strawberry
mark on one end in the form of the
initial "M. C. C," and the Bishop
again hurried away. He returned in a
few minutes and said in horrified tones:
"I can not find any of the trunks; they
hre been delated", I think. We must
all star over night in New York, as
there is no time to wait longer here;
we have but two hours and a half left to
reach the other depot." Here a sym- !
pathetic expressman stepped up and
offered to take the checks and express '
the six laggard trunks. The Bishop ,
heaved a sigh of relief and produced '
the checks. j
"Thirteen dollars," said the express
man. Tlie Bishop paid the money and !
then he grasped two satchels and four
umbrellas that had been stacked by the I
family encampment, and the Bishop's
wife took a shawl and her satchel and
a basket of fruit, and the girls had 1
atchels, and George brought up tlie ,
rear with the camefti anil the small
blue satchel, and the brown parcel in a I
shawl-strap. Tims arrayed they filed I
out, a look of settled melancholy on tlie
Bishop's- clerical visage, and vanished
into an elevated station. But the re- I
porter, wondering if those trunks didn't
come, wandered into tlie baggage-room.
Six trunk-, all sizes, stood together in
one corner, aud one bore the initials
"M. C. C."
" Know whose trunks those are?" he
said to tlie baggage-man.
"They belong to an old party in here
a few minutes ago. He didn't" give us
time to get them in from the traiiv So
rattled "he couldn't read straight.
Guess he'll bo in again ; lie's got
slathers of time." A'. Y. Tribune,
Four miles west of Thomaston, on an
unfrequented road, stands a house
which shows evident signs of age. In
front, beneath a shady maple, are two
tombstones of persons who died in 1876
and 1878. A long, lank individual
named Worrall lives a sort of hermit
life in the house, which is readied by a
long pair of stair-. The house within
is a veritable curiosity -shop, the wall
being covered with huge hornet-nests,
wreaths made from jxitato bugs, all
grasses of the field, besides innumerable
butterflies and insects fastened to the
wall with pin. A room in the rear is
a museum itself ca-es of stuffed birds
and snakes, frogs, owls, hawks,
pigeons, minerals, a chair one hundred
and twenty years old, a wreath of
snake-skins, another of potatoes, a third
of eggs, a whisky-bottle one hundred
and sixty years old, lizards of all
species, a frame inclosing a wreath
made of the claws of animals, four
iiouaand eight hundred in all, and all
sort of odd thins? from tho woods..
jeuyounn.! out nuinfln 'bout m
klverirhm iIm nw'
April rhowers mlKhty often make da
De morntn' itlor; ' .ublv. but II hides de cot
Do 9turivtall dnir dat ho'ps jou 'lon(f by
thinnin' nut de rats
May tp'le de Mznlss dreadful if he drlbea
away de cuts;
De sparrer irrns won't do to eat dat sparkle!
wid do Jen,
Au'defanc) pnlin'sou de rence may let da
rabbit t roo.
J. A. .Vocon, in Ctntury.
A PIRATICAL TAIiE.
"Put-up Job," and How It Did
i w as tied up at a pier. After a short
up at a pier.
talk he was invited down into the cabin
of the barcc "to mc 'the old man."
I of the barce
' The cabin wis simnlv a sertion of th
hold cutoff liv a hulLhead.ar.il fitted
I for the home of the two men who
! worked the barce. Thee two men
were brothers, and "the old man" wa
their father. He was over eighty year
old, but was able to read a newspaper
eotnfortablv bv the aid of spcclicles
j ' .''w - , "
I l he catun liait a to e on one side. lour
bunks on the other, a table, several
chairs, lockers and chests. The walls
were cotered with picture cards and il
lustrations from comic papers, and. as
tlie place was seriipuloiislvclean.it was
1 much more attractive than one would
have suppo-eii pos-inie wtule looking
at the rough exterior of the boat. Just
over the upper bunk hung a curious
gun. The old man, see'ng tho stranger
eteing it, took it down. It had a bar
rel about two feet long and three inches
thick at the butt The muzzle tlareii
like the nni7.7le of .an old-fashioned
cannon. The stock was shaped some
thing like the stock of an old horse
pistol, except that it terminated in a
round ball about one and one-half
inches in diameter. The barrel was
brass and the stock mahogany, brass
mounted. There was an old-fashioned
Hint lock, by which it might have beeji
fired. The bore of the gun was ex
actlv one inch in diameter, and not
"I got it in Sisel, in the Gulf of Mex
ico, when a boy." said the old niaa.
"It was made in France, as the inscri)
tion on it shows. That was jny first
The old man placed the gun across
his knees and began rubbing the-brass
mounting with a piece of oily flannel,
although they were as bright as if
already polished on that day. When
he was urged to tell how he got it he
"I was on the brig Merto, a slow tub
of about one hundred and twenty-five
tons. She sailed out of this port bound
for ports in the Gulf of Mexico with an
assorted cargo. That was in the fall of
1818. We had a long passage down
the coast. It was eighteen days before
we reached the Bahama Banks, but this
did not seem to worry the Captain ot
the Supercargo either, for that matter.
Beinsj the onlv boy in the crew of
twelve men, I had to play the servant
in the cabin for those two gentlemen
etery day, and stand my watch at night
besides. After I'd been aboard a few
days I began to notice that the Captain
netcr talked to the Supercargo about
anything except the xargo and the in
surance and the specie they were to get
at their destination, and the. probability
of meeting a pirate. The Supercargo's
name was Waldo. After awhile I
learned that he was half owner of the
vessel, and that this voyage w3s, in
some way that I didn't understand, to
make a great fortune for him, and that
the Captain, a sharp-nosed Yankee
named Norton, was to get a good
share also. When I tcld the men in
the forecastle about the talk in the
cabin, they listened very closely to
what was said about pirates, and all
agreed that the lumbering old booker
we were in would stand no show if
overhauled by any of the vessels that
were living black flags down that way
in those days. Why, Mantanzas, in
Cuba, was headquarters for the worst
lot of cutthroats ever seen, and the
officers in the garrison even owned
shares in the vessels.
"While we were making across the
Gulf a smart young sailor that never
said much came to me when I was on
the lookout one night and said he was
pretty sure we wouldn't meet any
pitates going down, but he advised me
to buy some sort of a weapon that
would" kill every shot and cet it on
board without tlie Captain seeinr it,
the first time I got on shore. That
seemed curious to me, but 1 didn't
think much about it, being too busy
planning ways to get a little extra
sleep, and wishing I could get sick so
I wouldn't have to work so hard.
"After a tedious passage across tho
Gulf we reached Si-el, in Yucatan.
There was no port there worth speak
ing of. but a big pier ran out through
the surf, and we discharged some cargo
there. We were there lite days. One
etening I was on shore wandering
around tlie forty or fifty rude houses
that composed the tillage when I was
invited into one of the hou-es. On the
wall of the the single room hung this
old blunderbuss. When 1 saw it I re
membered what tlie young man had
said, but the owner wanted a doubloon
for it, and I didn't hate any
doubloons. I told the sailor about it
th next iay. I was greatly astonished
ivhen he an once gave me the coin, and
in a voice that was very much like an
order told me to get the weapon before'
"From Sisel we sailed to Campcacby.
We had to anchor outside the bar there,
because there was only six feet of
water over it. We discharged some of
the cargo into the queer lighters made
of the trunks of trees hollowed out into
canoes. Then we went to Laguna and
to Tampico, and there we sold the last
of our cargo. I heard the Supercargo
say ttV t we had had a very profitable
voyage so far. There was over fourteen
thousand dollars in specie on board,
besides a lot of indico, cochineal and
logwood. We reached across the
Gulf into the longitude of the Bahamas
without ever seeing a sail; but one
night, just after we'd sighted Moro
light, a big sloop, ranged up on our
weather quarter and hailed us. I was
below at the time, but the young man
was on deck. He jumped dowi
into the forecastle and shouted 'Pi
rates!' Then he hauled me out of my
" 'Out with your gun,' sayi he.
'It ain't Io'aded,' says I.
' 'Yes it is,' he said, and sure enough
I found it .was when I pulled it from
under mr mattress. Then 1 went on
deck. The Captain and the Super-
tl.n ... !. aia u'av and lliAn 4hi
Hie uiu liiak uno u , iu .iivh . .
oriier, and making a great mess of at
tempting to point the nine-pounder we
bad amidships at tbe sloop. ' While the
men worked tbe young sailor called
one of them to one aide and asked him
if a wm (tad tat th Scbt and waa
THE GREAT I
The Symptoms of
re oneulneu ind ptln in thesldt.aometlmta '
pain Id the shoulder, and la miiUken for rhu
natiim the atomach it affected with loasot appe I
tlte aud ilcknes; bow It, la general, costive.
wmetimM alternating with lax; the head la troa-1
bled with pain and dull, heavy tenaatlon nf bar
log left undone aomethitu which ought to haTe j
born done; often complaining of weak net, de
bility and low iplnti. tSomeiimea many of the I
aboTe symptom attend the diieaae and at other
tlmea Tery few of them but the Lirer la generally
the organ moat involved.
' REGULATE THE LIVER AND PREVENT I
' Oyapepela, Conatlpatlon. Jan o dice. Btl- I
j lloua Attarka. Cbtlla and Fewr, Bead
' ache. Colic, Leprealon of Splrlta.
Soar Stomach, Heart barn,
i Tonic, Alteiatlre mod Cathartic I
I fitm m on Liver Regulator, purely Tegetable, la
the medicine gtnerlly uied in the South to arouae
the torpid Liver to healty action.
It acts with extraordinary povir and ffl-!
ctcj on the Lirir and Sldntja I ,
The artionoftbt Regulator If free from nauaea '
orarlplng. ll .a uioet effective tn startinr th ae- '
rretion of the Ltvrr, causing the bile to act as a
cathartic. ben there ii an excels of bile In the
Motnach the Regulator is an active punte; after
the removal of the bile It will regulate the bowela
and impart vigor and health to the whole lyitem.
te thai you get tbefienuloefn White Wrapper,
with r 17. tniared only by J. U. Zellln A Co
Sold by all druffglita
told that he was. 'lhcn the young
man came to me and whispered that it
wouldn't be much of a fight but that
1 should stay near the fore rigging,
and tvheneter the sloop sent a boat
oter to ii-to fire into it. Just then a
big jet of flame bur-t from the side" of
the sloop, aud a cannon ball whirled
through tlie maintopsail and carried
away tlie foretopsail vard to leeward.
Then the Captain and tiie Supercargo j
shouted together, otlering to surrender j
and begging for quarter. In reply, 1
they were gruffly told to hold their 1
tonjrues. A few minutes later a long- 1
boat with six 11.cn in it started for 1 A Klnr Tllie fr ,,. T.,
the brig, and was soon almost along- j .j, fr SOZODONT ha- taken a
side. 1 hen the young sailor turned to ery ,ir(imill,.nt ,,Iace among the most ap
his companion and j;ih ! proteil dentifrices of the day. It is a tery
" 'Now. I het both tired big pistols popular article fur the toilet, highly recom
at the boat and one man in it fell over mended by all who hate used it, as a beau
into the water. Uifierand jiresenerof the teeth, refreshing
" 'Quick; fire at her." yelled the the mouth, sweetening the breatlu and ar
toung man to me. At the same mo- resting the progress of decay,
tuent Captain Norton, w'th an oath. Treasurer Jordan, whose signature will
rushed at us and asked what we meant , soon be seen on greenbacks, writes a bold,
bt shootmg after we had surrendered. ! plain baud.
In reply lie was knocked half war lt-.cul rmm ienth.
aerov. the deck bv the young sailor,; William J. Cnughlin. of Smntenille.
who said something about 'hanging Mass., says: "In the fall of 1S7G I was
the skunk.' Then he snatched nit"ol3 jake" wlth "i-kkimm. k I-i ""' fo lowed
blunderbuss and dropped anoth.rman y l'ZT.-, T, "ST1 .i
., , . .r, ' , 1 flesh, and wascouhneil to my luit In IS,,
in the boat. The rest of our crew ! was a(lnitte.l to the H.-pital. The doc
were thunderstruck, and the boats tors said I hail a hole in mt lung as big as a
crew were try. ng to head around when ilaf dollar. At one time a reiort went
the young man yelled: around that I was dead. I gate up hope.
" 'Avast there; come aboard the brig, but a friend told me of DIt WILLIAM
or I'll blow jou out of the water.' 1 HALL'S BALSAM FOK THE LUNGS. 1
Thev at once began to obey. Mean- got a bottle, when, to my surprise, I coin
time Captain Norton shotted signs of 1 menced to get well, and today I feel better
returning consciousness, and was han for three years."
unceremoniously dumped into the A horsefly was substituted fur a dead
Foreca-tle on the order of the queen in a Montana apiary, and the bees be
011ng sailor. Tlie Supercargo I came as busy as ever, seeming nut to know
)iad fled to the cabin when 1 the difference.
he saw the deadlr cllect of the sailor's
lire. He w as ordered out on deck after
the Captain had been thrown into the
forecastle, but he didn't obey. 1 had
gone aft tv th tlie young sailor, and we
could hear groaning in the cabin. A
look through the skylight showed
Waldo on the floor with a knife in his
breast He had committed .suicide.
The sailors in the small boat came
alongside soon after, and climbed over
the rail. Thev were unarmed, but a
few old muskets, were on the boat
thwarts. They helped to get the body
of the de id man out of the boat when
order 'd to do so. He looked very
much like the man lying dead in the
cab'n. and, in fact proved to be his
"Was ever such a pirate story as
that told before ?" said the reporter.
"Yes," sa d the old man, "but not
often. T here were lots of just such
p rates as Waldo and his brother, but
few such br.ght fellows as the young
S'lilnr. This pirate bus ness was a put
up job to beat the insurance oompanie?.
The tessel and her cargo had been in
sured for much more than they were
worth. Waldo went out and made a
reasonably profitable voyage, and bis
brother, in a Matanzas sloop, wa.ted
near Moro light to capture the whole
outfit Of course there had to be some
show of resistance so that the crew
could test fy about it. But one of the
New York insurance people was sus
picious and si-nt the toung sailor along
to watch matter-, lie was intended
merely a- a witnes- for them, but he
had the courage to attack the conspir
ators single-handed. The Waldo who
was killed in the boat had an inch hole
through him from his gun. I never
learned anything about the other man
who was shot in the small boat, but he
was probably an innocent sailor. Cap
tain Norton, who was in league w.th
the pirates, made his escape in New
York harbor. We made a crcat sensa
tion when we jrot there. If I had onlv
known how totake care of the shiner j
they pave me on shore to reward what
they called my brat cry I would not
now have to lite in an old barge liko
this. A'. 1". Sun.
Short Item. Culled from Various Source.
A "Scicide Clcb" ia the latest oddity in
I'kof Ao ts-iz is said to be the wealthiest
of American scientists.
Coxsectici't has a place where old
Roman coins are manfactured.
Is Thiliet the women do all the hard
work, leaving the men to do the visiting
Dott Peoko. of Brazil, recently subscribed
(15.0H0 for perfecting a steering apparatus
for a balloon
LiEiTEXtAT ScntvATKi, of the United
States army, contemplates a Polar expedi
tion next y ear.
The first English newspaper ever pub
lished in Japan by a Japanese has recently
bef n issued in Yokahama.
Jons G. Sixe, the oet, lives in Albany,
JC. Y , with his eldest son. He receives no
visitors, and rarely leaves his room.
Tub whipping-post is a gentle corrective
which will lie of great benefit to the wife
beater. Whaling, (" '.,) InlelUgenetr.
Twqtiiieves broke into and attempted to
rob the prison at Plainfleld, N. J., the other
day They were discovered and arrested.
Ax American has been apiiointed by the
x. e r. ...., ,rt in. hit frmj with a
view to introducing our TegcSJoles into
As enterprising thief in Boston picked up
a cook stove that was standing on the pave-1
ment in front of a store and walked oil,
with it without being detected.
Mckkat Hill nobs hire men by the year
to take euro of their cMs. The Philadel-1
phia Call says ordinary people have no j
trouble with their cats. They just turn
them loose and let the neighbors look after
A sew material for table cutlery baa
come into vogue in h-nrlanu. it is called a
pyrosilver; looks like silver, and does not
stain or retain flavors. Knives made of it
I are easily sharpened and do not wear rap-
It is said there are large numbers of wild
dogs on Wind River, Wyoming, that have
grown up from two animals turned Ioom
there a few yean ago. They are Tery
ferocious, prey upon cattle and omettraee
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, Mrs. A. T. Stewart has a chronic swelling
of the neck, tn hide which she wears tery
1 Around the earth, in every' laijd,
' By etery stream that I'm aware of,
I In etery town, they understand
How teeth may best W taken care of.
From Jersev flats to Itirniali's mount
They sing the praise of SOZODONT.
A firent liretrj.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of New ton, la., says:
"My wife has Iieen seriously affected with
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spring more seterely than eter liefore. She
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The first bottle relieteil her tery much, and
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She has not had so good health for thirty
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Snu'ljiox has crossed the Niagara riter
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The Artful Iolger.
Setter gas dodges past innierfeet t-aps,
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iMr.ui piifttui ,,.,! Ml.'. .- .
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any one sutiermg
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Never trifle with what are called small
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or Ind uiste in the mouth, loss ot apjietite.
bowels costite, resort at once to Mutinous!
Liter lleirulator. For the miseries ujhs-
peiisia and they include almost
nleasant feeling that belongy'to
disease and mental wieu-hedness-
1-itcnt medicine, bimmon. Liver Keguiator, I
is a certain and speedy care. 1
A t'ortuniitr lisiivirjr.
A new light is throw n onX "Ubject of
Consumption by I)r Wa.erNKe.np .lis-
coteroi rsciiips t.tistnu nu ,uc rt..... .
Lungs. A remedy that has prot ed Itself to
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Price 50 cents and Si. Trial size free. Get
A. HIGGINS. of Wyoming. N. Y.. says
lie had tlie Piles for nearly forty years, and
was cured by using (lihuore's Pile Speeilic.
For salt' by Thru. Troupe, druggist.
Health is wealth. Wealth means inde
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31. Samples free. Sold by Ad. Bakluus
Cl'ltK FOK I-1I.KN.
Piles are freimently preceded by a sense
of weight in the back, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sui
pose he has some etfection of tlie kidneys
or neighboring organs. A t times symptoms
of indigestion are present lUtuIeney,unea.si-
ness of the stomach, etc A moisture, like
lierspiration, producing a ery disa,TeeabIe
itching, after getting warm, is a common
attendant. Blind, bleeding and itclung
piles yield at once to Dr. Hosankos
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iwtrts effected, alisorbs the tumors, allay ing
the intense itching, and effecting a perma
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Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, 0. Sold
by Ad. Bakhaus A Co.
Julius Gilliuan. tietim of the Haselton
bar room murder, was quiet and industrious
and seldom drank Intoxicants. He has a
sister iii Pittsbunr. James Mime and James
Bundle charge each other with striking the
fatal blow. Both are under arrest.
Young Men ltead This.
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Avoid the harsh, irritating, griping com
pounds so often sold as purging medicines,
and correct the. irregularities of the bowels
by the use of "Ayer's cathartic tnus, w
iasLwtiiS;-. Sifgk!SJasssssssssss4MsT-- - r- "-"V,
marrfagt, aware of physical weakna. lamot Pr-
crpall t. powen. Itnpot.ncr, or aov othtr dUaa4
lncatloot, fwvnillj r.li.Tl. Ha who plana him
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upon hU .kill ua phjiielan.
Immediately cured and full vijor reatond. ThJj
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man cue. to be whit Ood made him: theworll
it no longer iutereettng to him, and remorse and
disapioiotment are nls constant companlooa.
Consult DR. ALBERT at once and jou will An
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Who hare become Tlctim. o solitary Tie, that
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call with full confldence.
DR. -iLBERr addressee all those who hare in
jured themselree by improper indulgence and
solitary habls which ruin both mini! and bcdt
ur Siting them for businees, study, sod.tr of
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