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Every man nnwt work lit Hoiimtliiug.
Tim inoiiii'iit Im Htups working for iri
inuiiily, tliti devil t'Miil(iys liini.
A fool !u liir!i H'ution i.s liku ii mutt in
it balloon. 10 very body m)h'iim lit t lu to
liim, iintl li( !iim!irs littli! to t-vvryboily.
It i.s s.iiil tliitt KciiIkti II. Spriii'rcr, of
Ciiieinii-ili, talks of endowing lliu Colli-ge
of Miihii with vl.OOO.IHK).
ttiirylund proponus to grunt iiiarriaii
liiieiiseu frei! of cluirge, on uu ciicouriigu
nient to nnitrinioiiy
Tim dilliciilty with Konm sermons In,
tlioy nr-i "written in laudaniini on
hlieeti of lend." A' w York Ihrnld.
(lov. William 1). liloxhuni, of Florida
ia the lirst niitive-liorn (.ilizen of hi
Male that h:w won his way to iU highest
Though the guilty man is mire that
no one known his guilt, he. U always
afraid tlnit .some one has just found him
A (Ii-rman nstnmrnner lia found a
Hew jjLinet. Anybody who mi.sen any
of Ins jiluiit'ts should make a note of
this. 7 ifia Xiftini1.
A eat when pursued by a ferocious
dog may not be feeling juitc as well ru
usual, but, nevertheless, uliu jiresents a
fur-straight ajijieuranee. Yuwcob
The New Orleans l'iinuiie believes
that psalm tunes should be played on
nn upright piano. Which tuigjre.-U that
Masonic music tdiould be played on tho
npiare. Jlij.ilon Cumnurctal JlulUtin.
Col. Smith A. Whitfield, the new post
master of Cincinnati, is tall and nihil.
He stand six feet two in Ids stocking
feet 1 1 is face i.s smooth and ho has a
Nye county, Nevada, is tho largest
county in the United States, covering
2 1.000 acres. The smMlest is tho county
of New York, and it has the largest
Boston's two heaviest taxpayers are
Moses Williams ami Joshua .Sears, who
f.rc assessed f,,r fr.'UiKi.ooo and $.i,21l,
UM) respectively. Sears is a young man
not long out of college.
JWv. Mr. Spurgeon says tho excess of
spirituality is, by a strange but certain
law, placed next door to sensuality.
"You get up so high that you fall clown
on the other side."
The Princess Louise will contribute
to (ioml W'vrd a serums of drawings
illustrating Quebec and its surroundings,
and her husband will publish a poem
on "Quebec" in the same periodical.
They have ransacked the tombs about
Thebes until they have found the muni
tniiied remains of l'haroah's daughter.
Now we shall fine out where Moses wai
when the light went out.
Florida pajicrs Kay that the brown or
riMy orange is much the sweetest, and
can be k 1t longer than the bright fruit,
but it will not sell at the North for half
the price of fair fruit.
An American locomotive engineer
regents the statement that English rail
Mail trains make faster time than Amer
ican. He sin railroad trains make
more stops in this country and thus
According to the census returns the
lowest per centage of illiteracy is in Ne
braska, 1.7:1 unable to read, ami 'L'm
unable to write. The highest is in
South Carolina, Wl.'.Vl unable to read
and 'MA't unable to write.
It i.s said that the only obstacle in the
way of transporting live hogs from this
country to England is the dillicultyot
feeding them on the passage. Why not
feed them from the trough of the sea.
iSinin rrie Journal.
"The bees are Kwurmin-;, and there's
no end to thein," said Fanner Jones,
coining into the house. His little boy
(ieorge came in a second or two after
ward, mid said there was an end to one
Vin, anyhow, and it was red hot, too.
Senator Anthony, of Uhoilo Island,
lives w hen at l'rov'ulenee, in wooden
house, externally of tho plainest and
most ordinary appearance, Tho inter
ior, however,' is tilled with rare painting
mid bric-a-brac. Once n year the Sen
ator makes a pilgrimage to his ancestral
villige of Anthony anddelivera nlci-tiiif
to tno villagers.
A fanner living not ninny miles from
Toledo lias the following warning con
Bpieuoiuly posted on his premises: "If
any man or wotnans cows or oxen gits
in this here oats his or her tail w ill he
cut oil" as the caso may be." 7Wcio
It is said to bo a signifiennt fact Unit
tho Irish newspapers contain an averago
of live advertisements each for energetic
young men to collect rent, where they
nave no advertisements at all from en
ergetic young men anxious to sceuro
those proli table nud pleasant situations.
Mr. Toiler Rhodes is said to have
declared that 100,000 would not induce
him to part with his magnilicent diamond
found at his claim in Kimherley Minn,
South Africa, although tho stono is yet
uncut and described as locking like a
lump of alum, with u weight of 150
Having a beautiful daughter to Intro
duce, (Jen. and Mrs. MuClellan took the
lino house, No. 17 drainercy park, New
York, and have followed up their hos
pilalily of last winter by giving four
evenings, ift which ono meets all tho
world, tho army and navy, and tho
literary set, tho clergy and tho pretty
Two mysterious nttempts liavo Wn
made recently to assassinate Dr. Sim
mons, ono of the most prominent
jihysiclans in Walker county, (Jeorgia.
Tho first time the bullets of the assassin
were burled In tho wall ahovo Ills head,
nnd the second time, wlillo visiting a
nntlunt, his horso was stopped nnd tho
iismiishIii took good aim and pulled tho
trigger, but tho gun missed lire, and tho
doctor escaped by putting spurs to Ills
horse, Ho does not know why his llfo
Is sought. A number lmvo been arrest
ed, but im light thrown upon the ailalr.
vi; A now bridge, cohUuu 11,000,000, hut
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THE DAILY OAIR6 BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNIffG, FEBRUARY 22 1882.
been finished" at Albany, N. Y., sinco
last Juno. ' Tho main span is nino bun
dred feet long, and thoro aro three spang.
Tho draw extends nix hundred feet. Tho
total length is sixteen hundred feet. It
is intended chlelly for highway trafllo
on tho lower floor, but It has provision
for a double-track railroad service on
tho upper floor, tho total width being
sixty-one feet. Over ono thousand tons
of iron were put into tho draw, which is
tho heaviest mass moving on a center iu
Daltimoro is threatened with an im
pairment of its largo and profitable
oyster trade through the diminution of
the oyster supply on which it is founded.
From WiT) to 1874 tho beds in tho neigh
boring creeks and rivers wero so well
stocked that they seemed inexhaustible,
ami tho oysters wero largo and well
flavored; now, they aro ho nearly ex
hausted that they hardly furnish enough
oysters for planting purposes, and tho
hundreds of persons onco engaged in
o) ster-taking have been reduced incum
ber to dozens.
One of tho best photographs in exist
ence is that of Portsmouth harbor,
England, taken by tho Instantaneous
process. Six plates were used, and tho
several sections united are about 4J feet
in length. In the immediate foreground,
just below the spectator, lies her majes
ty's ship Serapis, which, with her white
sides jiartly in sunshine, and partly
shaded by the smoke of a passing steamer,
forms a striking centerpiece. The great
Jengtti of the harbor stretches out to
right and left. The foam and the smoke
of the steamers, tho rijfyling of tho
water, and tho curling of bunting in tho
breeze, nr. all said to bo perfectly dis
tinct and free from tho smallest suspic
ion of a blur.
The commercial banks of San Fran
cisco own bank premises worth $1,014,-H-f.UA,
have .fv.;!(M)74.1Q worth of
United Slates bonds (cost price), have
loans on stocks nnd bonds ?:l,791,313.71,
on personal securities .10,7J'J,192.o'J,
other securities grain, etc., .$10. 794,
iWUtd. They have a combined paid up
capital of .14.l02.21C.iH of which
O.'il.'JOO is of the home banks; ami i6,
07r,0li.!10, the amount due the London
olliccs by the four English banks. Tho
amount duo depositors is 2.80:,236.27
ami the surplus of the homo banks, $7,
To Refresh a Sick Person.
Add about twenty drops of Darbys Pro
phylactic Fluid to a quart of water, in bath
ing. It will give the skin a soft, pleasant
and refreshing feeling and dispel the odor
that fever and perspiration leaves on the
body. A small quantity of tho Fluid
sprinkled over anything," place or vessel
where there is putrescence destroys at once
tho germ of all animal or vegetable poison.
A Wasted Opportunity.
A few weeks ago a young servant girl
in Salt Lake received an offer of mar
riage from a Mormon who already had
four w ives. The offer was made through
a mutual friend, nnd the girl did not
even have an opportunity of seeing her
future husband. Siillice to know that
be owned considerable property in Salt
Lake and was otherwise well fixed in
the world. She thought the matter over,
concluded to call it a go, and sent word
that he might name the day. He did so,
and on a foggy Thursday morning ho
came round to the house with two wives,
and announced tlu t he was ready to
take his young bride aw ay. The servant
girl was upstairs getting ready to bo
married, and tho lady of tho house met
the polvgamous party at the door. ShO
notieeif, somewhat to her nstonishment,
that tho man was being led by his wives
for tho very simple reason that he was
as blind as a oat and also over sixty
years of age. Rushing to tho stairs she
called up to tho girl:
"Sally, your sweetheart has como to
"Tell him I'll bo right down," said
the girl, adjusting a fresh hairpin and
throwing on a few extra dashes of car
"He's sixty-five years old and as blind
as a bat."
"What's that?" inquired the girl, anx
iously leaning over tho banister. Tho
startling information was repeated. '
"Tell him to clear out." was the re
sponse. The lady of the house commun
icated the command to move on to tho
old polvg and his wives, and the party
stole sorrowfully away.
The inexperienced" girl thought sho
had made a lucky escape, but when
s-wno married woman heard of it and
told her what a good thing sho had
missed, she began to regret tho hasty
decision, and now pines for tho blinll
man to return. There aro hundreds of
women in Salt Lake who would give al
most anything for a genuine blind hus
band. The girl may never get another
such an offer in a lifetime. -Suit Luko
"Don't the Singlo Stars Feel Lontily Up
Sho threw her lialr back and took her
position nt the Instrument. Tho young
man explained tho mysteries of the moon
to her. Slio wondered how tho young
people thoro liked It, or whether there
were any young people there. Perhaps
nobody was young nnd nobody was old,
but they wero like muniles what an
idea-two mummies making lovo to each
other! Suddenly sho turned to him:
"Will you show mo tho double starP"
'With the greatest pleasure," said ho.
. "Uow beautiful! Ono is orange roil
and ono Isemerald green, and tho two ro
volvo round each other!" said the young
"Yes," ho answered, "each shining,
but with a different light from tho other.'
"How charming! It must bo so much
plcnsantcr than to ho alone in such n
great empty space Does not a singlo
star seem to you very lonely up there P"
"Not more lonely than I am myself,"
sutd tho young astronomer.
Tho young lady kept her cyo closely
npplied to the tolescopo a very long
time, ami when sho looked off the glass
her eyes wero suffused nnd glistening.
It may bo that sho pitied tho lonely
Mem.! Thoro Is nothing In the world
tondoror than tho pity that a kind-heart-'
ed young girl has for a young man who
Fits, Fits, Fits,
iucccBfu"y boated by World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Address, with lUmp
for pamphlot, Dulfnlo. N. Y. '
The Land of Oranges.
Tho state of Florida raised this year
over CO.OOO.OOO oranges, and this was a
short crop. I asked Dr. Harris, the
speaker of the house, to night, what the
crop would be live years from uow, and
he answered: "At least five times that'
much, or 230,000,000!" "And five years
lutcrP'V'Ah! figures fail for that com
pilation," he said, laughingly. I have
seen nothing in print that gives an ade
quate idea of tho immensity of tho cul
ture. In tho old days orange-growing
was a fancy pursuit, indulged in here
and There. A grovo of 600 trees was
then a largo one. The finest grove in
Florida is the Speer grove, near here,
which covers only six acres nnd has 680
trees. The next best is the Hart grove,
at Palatka, which has 700 trees. Tho
first is worth 10,000, and yields 360,
WKJ oranges, on the trees -tl5 a thousand.
The crop this year (a short year), sold
for !f ,i,000 on the trees. Tho Hart grovo
is worth $00,000, and yields about
000 a year. The only reason that theso
groves are so valuable is that tho trees
are about 40 years old, and in full bear
ing. Now, Mr. Markham, of Atlanta,
has near the Speer grove, with its 600
trees, a grovo of COO young trees just
"coming in," as they call it. His son,
Marcellus, has 2,00 trees, of which on
ly GOO are bearing, and Judge Hayden
a grove of 2,000 trees just bearing their
first fruit. Gen. Sanford a grove of 8,.
000 young trees. Mr. W. I. Trawick,
of Macon, a grove of 3,000 trees. From
these figures, samples of hundreds of
others, it will be seen that orange-planting
for the past few years has been a
business on a largo scale instead of a
fancy, as formerly. For example, Mr.
Markham's grove w ill produce ten times
as many oranges as are produced by tho
Speer grove, now the finest in the state.
Gen. Sanford's grove alone will produce
more oranges than are now produced in
a radius of eight miles which has WJ2
groves. Or, to make it plainer, Sanford
is the center of the largest orange-producing
fiortion of the state. In a radi
us of eight miles from 'this hotel there
aro 2,992 groves, with 105,206 trees.
These groyes now produce 2,500,000
oranges, but only 5 per cent, of the trees
in this radius are bearing. When the
other 95 per cent, come in, this radius
of eight miles will produce 50,000,000
oranges from a grove that in six years
will produce 3,000,000; Judge Hayden
100,000 from a grove that in four years
will produce 1,000,000; Gen. Sanford
60,000 from a grove that in six years
will produce 2,000,000; and so on
through the list In addition to the ac
cessions from these groves coming in,
the groves now bearing will increase
their yield annually for many years, as
the full fruitage of a tree is not reached
under twenty years. In addition to this '
there are thousands of new trees beiDg
put out annually that in five or ten years
w ill add millions to the crop. It will
bo seen, therefore, that the estimate of
250,000,000 oranges as the crop for 1887
is a verv reasonable one. Indeed, it may
just as likely be twice that much. In
ten years it will certainly be 500,000, 000,
with indefinite expansion beyond that
point. Florida Letter.
Dear cblld of mine, the wealth of whoso warm
Han? like ripe clusters of the nprlcot.
Thy blue oyvn, aniinii, comprehend uie not
Hut love me, met for love itlone 1 cure;
Thnu llstenest with a hy uurt serious ulr,
I.iko M,m SitbriilH from her weedy riot
f imiifcpinif coyly when tho moon is hot
To watch some shepherd piping unaware.
'Twao not fur theo I sanir, denr child and yot
' Would that my gong could reach such eureas
Plereo to yomisr hearts unRiillled by (he fret
I if prs in their white Imitx-eni-e divine;
Crowued with a wreath of buds still Ucwy
O what a f no-rant coronal wero mine!
A forgetful woman out West the othci
night aroused tho inmates of a hotel to
which her bridal trip had led, on -account
of finding a man in her room. The
trilling circumstance of her marriage
that morning had quite escaped hei
memory, ana it was not until summary
justice " was about to be visited upon
the offender that she happened to recol
"I iiovB'snld a delegate in a Virginia
convention, "tlmt our chairm-vo ukes a dose
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, ho is so hoarse
that I cannot understand him." That gen
tleman hd no doubt tried this wonderful
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily nllliction, Indigestion, billious
ness, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, or disorders of the kidneys or liver,
don't fail to recommend Hurdnck Blood
Bitters, a sure and safe remedy.
P. G.Schuh, Agent Price $1 .00
No Such Word as Fail.
"I have used your Spring Blossom for
dyspepsia, headache, and constipation, and
find it hag done uie a great deal of good. I
shall recommend it to my friends.
May 24th. 00 Min St., Buffalo."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Mn.J. Mahhu, Bank of Toronto, Ont..
wito: "Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
io nave grown up witti me; having been a
sufferer tor years, I have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your Burdock Blond Bitters. They have
been truly a blessing to me, and I cannot
cpcim iou inuiyoi mem,
P. O. Schuh, Agent. Price $1.00.
v. ioruu, insncncster, in. x., was
troubled with asthma for eleven years. Had
ooon obliged to ait up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Found imme
diato relief from Thomas Eclectric Oil,
uu ip now ennreiy curea.
The London Lancet.
Tho 'London Lancet" says: "Many a
life has been saved by the moral courago of
tbo sufferer" and many a life has boon saved
by tasing Spring Blossom in caso of bili
ous fevor, indigestion or liver complaint."
P. G. Schuh, Agent. Prico 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 ceots.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil has obtained
groat popularity, from its intrinsic valuo as
a reliable medicine, in curing hoarseness,
and all Irritations of the throat, disoa.ie of
the f host, etc.yr these It is an incom
parable pulraoriTc. ' .
Fkveiis and Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely curod by
using ungnt s inuian vegetable Pills. (5)
Sksu tor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
BeiiecK iB U) St. Louis. (2)
Indian Blood Syrup.
(null it tuuk-j
lvi:iei.iii. Liver Il
Hum. fVver sml Akiia
Heart I'lsflise, Silimis
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SoM Since 180!
1 hi Svrnp ro-ioeg -varied r-ropert!;: II tim
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deficiency inptyaliue cane wind nnd fourine tif
tne rood in tbo lmrh. If the mcdlclr .iunn
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It acts upon the Liver,
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It Qnlete the Nervous System.
It Promotes Biircstion,
It Nourishes, Strenctheni and Invlpimtos,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
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1 hie arw no spirln employed In it manufacture
and it can betaken by themoei delicate babe. or by
the ned and feeble, care only be!u required iu at
tvnii n to direct on.
Galva, Henry Couhty, Illf.
I wan "iiflVrlne from Xick Headache ami n:.l.
tie fothal I could not attend to my houneliold du
tie. and a fhort trial of Dr. Clark Jolmnou'a Indi
an lllood Syrup efluctuallv curi il me.
MKS HELEN EI.KIN8.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
This la to certify tbBt Dr Clark Jnhnoon'f Indian
Blood Suup ha cured me of 1'uin in tho Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. MHsWuoD.
Centre mil. White Co., Ark.
Thi li to certify that 1 was afflicted with Palpi,
tatlon of the Heart fur many yeara 1 tried dlller
ent doctors, whoce prescriptions tended ntoro to
weaken nie man tliy am to ctrenutnen. 1 a, laxt
res lvel to try Dr. (Murk Johnson'B Indian Blood
Mymp. which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curinu the lleBrt Difense, but also a hick llead
ach which had been troubling; me.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to eet relief, althonph usIiil' miiill-
clnes from our let doetors. I commenced unine
or. .lonnsou s Indian menu svrnp, ami a short trial
curou ma. r. w. K13I.NU, Jlollue, 111
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup his effectually cured nio of HyBpepsia.
aw iiiuvii tBuuu, lie mm hi iirnire U' II.
W.K.vviMMfcK, Bedford, Mo.
A vents wanted for the sa e of the Indian Hlonrl
Syrup in evry town or villut:, in which I have no
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NIITIIXRroUTCI.NOHfKlTAII AN t
Condu(-tol by Alb o,t VV.TnitrttOP.
utithor of" Ji'ool'si W.nin.l, otc,
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