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A Collapse tX a Wedding.
Untnntown, Ky., ooototy baa lon rIk.
kn a wedding trura which It will take a
long lima to recovur. -Th trouble mil-
tiiuated at a wwldin. . The nbout-to-bo
ride win young, refined, and, as her
niwculine acquaintance! aver, beauti
ful. The groom had been Introduced
into the best circle of Unioutown peo
ple a few month before, and had com
pletely won the confidence of the young
woman', parents. Ho was hauusome,
aoholarly, and of fascinating manners.
" A week or so ago the friends of tho
bride met at tho church where the cere
inony was to be performed, and soon the
bride herwlf entered with flowing veil
and rosy cheeks. The clergyman whoso
ervices had been secured for tho occa
sion eyed the bridegroom closely, and
when the latter drew near, the good man
dropped his book as though both amazed
I cannot marry this man," ho said,
"Why not, Sir!" asked tho bride's
lather, Vising in anger from his scat and
, moving toward the clergyman.
. "Uocausc I married this man to anoth
er woman at Evansrille, Ind., less than
a year ago:"
Some of the ladies fainted, the brido-
f room-elect gesticulated violent protes
ations, and tho wedding party collapsed.
Investigation soon showed that tho
tharge was well founded.
Brown Is, to speak it politely, an In
sufferable born. As soon as ho stepped
into Fogg's office, the other day, Fogg
took his heels off bis desk, grabbed up
his pen; and began scratching for dear
Jife "Good morning, Charley," said
Brown. "Morning," replied Fogg, with
out looking up. "Busy this morning,"
atked the intruder, logg grunted out
"No," and kept at work. "No?" ex
claimed Brown in astonishment "You
beem to be full of business," Another
negative grunt "You surely are not
tout of work?" "Yes," says Fogg.
'What! Opt of work. Then you havo
something in view?" Fogg dropped his
ben, gazed long and earnestly at Brown,
and then calmly replied. -"Nothing
worth mentioning." It might havo been
a mistake on Brown's part but he de
blares that that scoundrelly Fogg meant
to insult him. He swears ho will never
set foot In Fogg's oflice again. And yot
Fogg ia not unhappy.
South Florida Is literally swarming
with land-seekers and capitalists, wbcro
they are in csting large amounts.
Southwest Virginia is every year rap
idly increasing in Importance as a to
It is estimated that more than 200,000
cattle will bo driven north from Texas
A woman may not have so much hair
as a comet nor so many belts as Jupi
ter, but she stands at tho head of the
mysteries of the uni verso.
A lady, in reply to some guests who
praised tho mutton on table, said: "Oh,
yes, my husband always buys the best;
he is a great epicac,'.'
There has been $1,830,000 actually
put into the Canadian Pacific railroad,
which is 30 per cent, of tho capital
stock subscribed for.
Sunday-school teacher: "You must
recollect that all I am telling you hap
pend one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-nine years ago." "Lor, niiis,
how the time do slip away."
"Did I understand you, sir, to say
that Senator Voorhees is in the habit of
tripping the light fantastic?" "O, no;
hot at all. I only spoke of him as the
famous pan, sir."
"Goods at half price," said the sign.
How much is that tea-pot? asked an
bid lady. "Fifty cent., mum," was the
response, "(iuess I'll take it" she
said, throwing down a quarter. The
lign was taken in.
"My dearest Maria, wrote a recently
married husband to his wife. Sho wroto
back:" "Dearest lot me correct either
your grammar or your morals. Yon
address me, "My dearest Maria.1 Am I
to suppose you haveothcrdcar Marias?"
Is there a woman in all this broad,
sunny land of ours who doesn't believe
that carving-knives are created and
kept sharp and nice for tho solo purposo
of splitting kindling and opening fruit
cans? The newest fashionable shado is of
golden brown, between the tints of old
copper and old gold. For a dress it is
trimmed with beaver, and the bonnet
bos pale blue flowers. The wearer is a
There is a colored boy in Accomao
county, Va., who is 6 feet 8 inches hinh,
weighs 234 pounds, and wears a sixteen
Inch shoe, and whose principal diet is
sweet potatoes, of which ho can eat a
peck at a meal.
X crow that could speak a dozen
words plainly has lust died at Bedford,
Mass. He might have beeomo famous
but for bis shocking profanity, which
inade his seclusion necessary. Hi ear
ly education had been bad.
The Jewish refugees at Philadelphia
were astonished the other day to see a
on of Africa come into their quarter,
and wanted to know "what made him
ao black." . The most of them had nev
er heard of negroes, it seems.
, .; The beautiful in our homes and
sohools and Sanctuaries -is also the use
. ful. It is the smile upon tho face of the
, bard experience of the world, the mu
: io that eomca from heaven amid tho
, discords' of human life. IV. i'. Vain
' A fireman tri Toronto has invented a
Hnmpinf sheet" for the use of those
1 6blired to Jump out of windows in case
:. 6t sire. It is made of sail-cloth, pre
' fernting surface of about twelve feet
Aquare, and attached by iron rings and
itrong springs to two tiro hooks.
Servant who was called to boo about
- placer "Well; yea'm, my eyes are not
so good a they were, 'ra. Not that
. ihere is anything wrong with them, but
whenever I clean the pots and tins I
ahine 'era to bright they dazzle my eyes,
lt'i my only defeck 'm."
- y Sonhla Bcrnina to said to be tho onlv
. woman who' ever succonded in escaping
tonal servitude In Siberia. Sho was
Condemned to twenty years' hard labor,
but by some means made her way to
! S Hwitaerlnnd, where she is ow living in
I' aafe-seclusion; It Is said that she brith
A finely dressed lady slipped and fell
near tho post-olllco recently, and tho
gentleman who helped hor to rise In
quired, "Did you break any bones,
madam?" "No, I guess not, sho re
plied, "but I am just as mad us If I had
broken a dozen of 'em."
Tho remarkablcfeaturoof Niiiodcmtis,
a negro colonv of !)07 families, in Gra
ham County. Kas., is tho entiro absonce
of money. Thcro aro churches, school
bouses, and stores, but tho trading lias
to bo douo by bartering tho produce of
Tho English critics aro very severe on
Mr. Tennyson's new national song, and
regard it has a manifest effort to rovivo
a dying jingoism. Parodies already ap
pear, and oiio Radical journal oilers a
prize for others. Mr. Tennyson, though
not ill, seems to bo in unusually feublo
From the old bronzo and lead found
about tho baso of the obelisk now stand
ing in New York there have been made
twenty-two models of the monument,
each 'fifteen inches high, and two of
them were a month since presented to
the khedive of Egypt.
. A pamphlet has been sent out by the
medical department of tho Detroit Uni
versity, setting forth its facilities for
graduating its "students," to whom it
promises diplomas of great beauty and
utility. Tho Detroit newspapers say
that the President, named Thomas, is
nn old chum of Dr. Buchanan, tho Phil
adelphia bogus diploma convict and
that the concern is a fraud.
Professor Bernstein demonstrated tho
fact by experiments before the members
of tho Massachusetts Insuranco Com
pany, at Boston, last week, that when
electric light wires are perfectly insulat
ed by thick coatings and aro carefully
strung thcro la no danger to life orprop
erty if they nre cut by an ax or if they
fall across a telegraph or telephone
wire, or even if a man takes hold of
them to make connection with a lamp.
Bank bills ranging iu denomination
from $2 to f 20 have bion accepted at
the banks in Troy, N. Y., which it is
discovered aro an inch short of the regu
lar size. Persons engaged in the fraud
are unknown, and have reaped a rich
harvest. Tho device consists of cutting
two-thirds from one bill, then one-eighth
is cut from another bill of somo denomi
nation, and tho eighth and two-thirds
are pasted together, making apparently
a genuino bunk note.
A young fanner near Springfield,
Mass., says he was working iu a field
when a man and a woman camo along
in a carriage. Tho man asked him if
he would marry tho woman for 500.
Ho consented, and they went to tho
nearest justice, who performed the cere
mony. JIo shows tho $500 as proof, and
the justice bears him out in tho strange
story. The mysterious bride and her
companion rode away immediately after
tho marriage, and no more is known of
Ship-builders in Bath, Me., turned
out last year fiftv-soven vessels, having
a tonnage of 80,ii33. Tho forests which
invited this industry havo retreated un
til they nre inaccessible from tho coast
Thirtis i thousand squaro miles of tim
ber still remain in tho northern part of
the State, but not within easy reach of
tho shipbuilders on tho water side. It
is nn odd fact, that a large part of tho
timber used on ships in Maine is import
ed into the State the oak from Virgin
ia, Maryland and Delaware, ami the
pitch pine from Georgia and neighbor
ing States. The rigging and metal used
aro also purchased oiit of the State.
North Georgia I'iwcs. One of the
strongest and most convincing proofs of
tho hardness and thickness of a negro's
cranium exists on tho person of John
Pulliam, a well-known darky of fine
muscular proportions, riving in the vil
lage. Some years ao a cun bursted in
his hands, when some of the bullets with
which it was loaded struck him in tho
forehead. Somo of them bounced out
as if striking a marble wall, while one
penetrated tho skin, but not entering or
iteming tuo skull, lodged in h is forehead.
It is there to this day, and tho bulk can
plainly bo seen and felt. It is encysted,
and docs not givo him uny lucouvcui
cuco. Secretf of Newspaper Men.
Thore is probably no newspaper man
of experience in tho country who docs
not hold secrets of importance in hU
mind, which, if made public, would cre
ate a sensation, but would stamp him a
being unreliable, and consequently unlit
for his profession. The great race for
precedence in tho publication of news
impels him to do his utmost to outstrip
his contemporaries, but a higher feeling,
a dictate of honor, keeps secret the trust
reposed. Frequently a person would
like to know the authorship of certain
matters published, and whether his ef
forts wero directed to "pumping" tho
managing editor or the galley-boy, they
are alike fruitless. Every compositor on
a paper, as a rule, knows tho handwrit
ing he sets up, but if any other persons
think they can Jearn it from linn well,
let them try it Toledo TcWyram.
Oral Instruction a Failuro.
A teacher in one of tho liublio schools
was giving an oral lesson to hor class
ono (iav this week, ami having minutely
detailed this cliaraeteriMties and appear
ance of a bear, she akcil tho children if
they knew the ntimo of tho animal she
had been describing. Many hands wero
raised, and a little girl with animated
tone called out "a duck." That teach'
er thiuks oral instruction a failuro.
How Bods Ara Made Beautiful.
A great deal of decorative color Is
now fashionable for bed-coverings. Silk
covers of embroidery or of rich damnsks
are used over the entire lied. Jf a white
spread is preferred, it is brightened by a
scarf drapery of rich dark brocade, that
is thrown carelossly across the foot of
tho bed. Tho Japanese embroidered
quilts, and those done with irilt threads
iu tapestry designs, are especially hand-
somo. Antique inces comiilucd Willi
white muslin aro used over colored silk
linings for bed-spreads, with pillow
spreads to matcn. A border oj redpiusn,
upon which inn lace edge lulls, ts
pretty linish; when not iincd, these lucti
snreuds uru used over down eomforla
blua thut are covered with rose, blue or
run silk. o.fo; Advertiser,
"ibis is Iho rock of ages," said a tired
father who had kept tho cradle going
kw uijur, ami ino uauy huh awake;
CAino lM,LlfiTlfr. WEMeSdAV MohNlNQ, AfrftlL
GREAT Geum DESTROYER.
Ulc'ira puriflad and heal
ed, (inntrrene pro
vented and cured.
Pyieulrv c ii rod.
Wound healed rapidly.
Hcurvy cured la abort
Tetter dried tip.
Jt Uperfuo-ly harniloM.
Pornore throat It ia a
E R ADIOATE D
Cumuli' i, ilunimvuil.
Sick room it purified and
Kuvorcd mid lck per-
Bonn rnlluYiid and ro-
fri-Mii'd liv buttling
KluOl adilvd to I be
Soft white complexion
iicci) red by Us nee Iu
hat III ii x
Impure air mndo harm
and purified by
To purify the bri'alh,
clean re tha teeth, It
can't be urpariied.
Catarrh relieved oud
Tlttrna lollevt'd itmtf Dtly.
Kemovrs all unpleanant
Ship fever prevented by
I la uae.
In raaea of death In the
house, it ahonld al
ways be ned about
the corpau It will
preveui any unpleas
ant smell. An anti
dote for aiiln al orveic
etable poiaoun, itinca,
Ounufron effluvia of
rick rooma and noipit
alt) removed by iu uae
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact it la the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemlita, SOLE rROmiETOIiS.
Owing to a popular idea that a remedy 'aid to
core u variety of maladie rhoti id be treated with
caution, if i.ot fu-plclon, the Inventor hesitated
;oni'j time in placiur it before the public; but from
the Brailflni'aanraiict! by a ureat Lumber of the
rare vitalizing and health rciiewlug propertied of
nia preparation oriiypupooiinitea. under a varie
ty of circuuiaiaucea be it equally aatlrflrd that
lueeo i rtecta are teruren ny iih ue, tnat tta act, on
la peculiar to hla preparation, and that C'ouioimD-
tton ia not only curable, but, np to a certain tat;e.
i a eaeiiy controlled ai mun otner organic qu
While It la the aim of the luverjtor to convey in
formation to such a require h Uypophoaphlie.
It ia lr.a Arm belief that itauce will bo valnabie to
all who dealre locu life or who are elniL'eJIui! lor
health. With a taltli hated npon the experience of
twelve yearn, no would mil ueapalr or rentonnfr I
pattont puflerlnR from the a novo named dl'eaae,
even Ihoueh reduced to a verv low etato and not
complicated by actunl organic lnna.
Fl.nt, Muni.. May 10th. lSKo.
Deer Sir: Allow me to lay that I etteem yonr
"Uypopnocphlte moat nicnly, anu lor tnoio rn
gi. ed in profefalona which ilruw largely on the
ucrvoiia cvHtem It ia lnvaltiahlu. I have incd ltmy
aelf with the moat aatlalaciory rcen.ta ard havo In
troduced It to a larpe unmhcr of my people.
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Curri my llule clrl of oik. Klie uliu ileaf and
duuili. but ii curvJ h'T. th can nuw lalK miU li'r aa
well u an) iMxly. 1'arita K)ia, bprliiKwnicr, Wl.
Uu been tkc uicank of curing my wife or rliriimttm.
J. D rLiiciibR. Kort Cuillu, Col.
Made a lure cure ot a rnr of (In f ir my mn.
K. Ii. ItALta. IllalitvlU'', Kax
Cured me vt vertigo, n Mir iitfia ami ti lt h. ilarh".
Ma. Wi. I1kiin. Auiuia, 11L
WutUenicuinuf curiim iny wifu i.f pith.
Kkv, J. A. Km K. II. aver. Pit
riiri me of ailhm. nflr nndiiiir n'T nm wdli
other ttucium. M. II. ilouxiN, ew Albnuy, IlX
MA HA RITA K NERTIXE
Effeetuallj eured ir vt nm.
Mm Jtxxta Waarv,
740 Writ Vu Bur. i ft. tli.taj. Ill,
Cur'dniir child of fli a'n r ehen up to din hj our
(atnilr Pliyuelau. It li.u lu iv. r ! WhiniM.
ilay KNi,a. Vervllla. Wam-oto., T.-oa.
Cured me f wrufula affrmffi-rlnit forr'ithf yurt.
Ai.naar btMMuNi retina. 111.
Cnri-d my ou uf 0t, affr :-ndln rJ. wl!h other
doctor. J, W. TU'ir.STu.N. Cll!irn, MKt.
BAU AU1TA .EUVI.R
t'arfd me ponmnemly nf cplti-ptlc flu of a tulihnra
cLaraclcr. Uar. lVi, MKiix.M'-cli.ulr-iuwii,Mi.
A M A HIT A N XERVIVE
Cured my tou of fl'f, ff r having had 1 5 u Iu eighteen
Bioutlll. Mm. K. Fuaaa. Weal i'oladatii, J. V.
Curod me of epilepsy of nine year.' Handing.
UMuny, N.wttmCo., Mo.
nTwnnanently cr.'l m' of plli'py nf mary rear
duratlua. Jcna Sytaa. ttu Juaviiii, Ao.
Cured me of broucliltu. a.tlmu nml g n-rnl d h'!!'y.
OLivr.a Mterk. Iruutuo. uhlo.
rt.it enrl me of awluni; a t iiula nf mii'y ysr
timiUiiiE. J'.' Ja ai.U i ovliitfloa, iif.
A MAR1TA XF.UVIXE
Cur-'l n)j? of tl'z. llnvii'n wi-:i t .r uv' t fn'ir yoi'i.
CQAauas K. Ci aria. onlcn.l) iui:it'. JKuu.
Cured a frirud uf nuw wb't hd uvji i t n rr '' "f.
MiriutLD'CuN.Vi.B. Uldwiy, In.
HAM A RITA. V SEJiriNE
Itil prrinani'titly cur.-l -ii -of fpli.-r-tlr (i'i
1aiu Taamicv. 1. .Mumc, Iowa.
S A MA RITA V NERVIXH
Curtd toy wic ol ipil' r of x, y. r i.-win?.
lUvai' L'Ljirs a.rf.i'it. M!ih.
Cund mf witcof a urn'oui ii!i-s.. .f t'i" h M.
K. Uuaiiih. N(r;h ll 'ik, ra.
Ciin-d my on of flii. He Ims no! ti irt a !it f..r atiut
four jer. .I.iii Ptvu.
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HY ALL DRUGaiSTS
Orninyt) hud dlnrt from ua. F'ir fur h-r Inl.inr.a
Hon iii'-luae nin fur tir Hiustrafd J junal u'.vltrf
evWmix of run a. Ad ln t.
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Jl& list & s &6
The Rest Known Remedy for
nackacho cr Lamo Cack.
Rhcumatlsri or Lamo Joints.
C rem pa or Sprains.
Heuralcla or Kidney Dlsoaso.
Lumbaao, Sovcro Achooor Pains
Arc Superior lonll other I'loatrra.
Aro Superior to Tads.
Aro Scpcrlor to l.tnlmrnfa.
Arc Superior to Ointment i or Pnlvrn.
Tliry Art ImnitHatL'!7.
Tliry Rclinvo Tnln nt Oaea.
Tbcy I'oaltlvrly Cure.
HcnMon'a Cnpclni Pornrta rid
linvcbeon lmlntl. 1)0
n imi'nian. I'll
our ilrtigliit to
nlm off diimn tli-r iiliuctor IiuvIiir Himllnr
(.(iittiillnir nimn. He that tho word ii ajiollcij
A.-A l -t-l-M K. vnro s eta.
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- - ' him ot miiimiry, -sx--iil4
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"(..nin in tho liiirlt."'"v "maij.v
dliuiioi'" of vtcUti. iTiitiiniiiiu til.l ajjo, d tnnny
oilier illm uHi'a that luatl to iiivaiiltv, ootiBumptlon
or a jiri'nuiluhi cravo.
ify l'ull iartlculara In our pnmptilat, which wo
riWiua toaoml fruohvinull to cvurvotiu. Tlm
HiiucltlcMviJU'liiu In mild hvull drn iftrlntK at jl pr
liacKni'ti. or alx iat'knL'ut Tor (S, or will bo .nut free
L mall oil rucoititof tho innntv, bv attuVMitiir.
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