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i - A Tough Customer.
BY W. L. M.XISC.
I-rt mi tell you ft tain that wan nnortnld to mo,
Anl filthoutfh It wm told mo lu prime ut tho
tlmo
I will jrtvo It a mt'trlonl drwulnir. and
If tho Mory will lorn- uny mison by rhymo.
Thfire" carrm to the Hcitc In a villain nnt tiny
A lontr Hml lank stmuKt'r in I'tinn'srum nr
raycd; And "Dotal niomln' siikl hp In a rtlliwlcnt wit v.
Tvc Jen' enmu up to town for a lilt ol a
trlo."
Hie proprietor nodded and choorlly nnk(:
'"Well, whm ron J do for you, uiiltrntxir, and
Will, ono of wife's knlttln' nvodloa ex broke,
An' fihn wnntrt mu to Kt one how much lc
. they now?"
They're two enu apiece." "WnJ cny, MUtcr,
look hen;
I've (nt a fr-Hh m an' my wife ot to mr,
r?wap tliv vns tr tho nt'iillc' It aecma a tilt
HUIHT,
Hut thu thliiT'i alwut even-It's a tdu 'un,
yer nee."
Paid the MorekeernT presently, "Well, I don't
mind"
He laid down the ninlli and put the erif hy
When the countrymun blurted out, "Ain't yer
lnelined
To treat a new customer? fact K I'm dry."
Though rtawred a little, It must be con
feswd, Ily the "customer" comlnir It mther too free;
TetMnllinirly frrontini? the modeft rtiUt.
The dealer refpontlitl, "Well, what shiUl It
ber
"Wal, drop of Madnlry I reckon 'ul pH.:
J've Un umtl ter lliet. I'M, ever aluec 1 was
tmni."
The Mnrckecper hamted a ttottle and irla.
And liis customer poured out a trvm-rous
horn.
IVt a moment he eyed the irrntuiriuiii ilram
With the tur of a umii who mu.-tt inethinfr
Then tduwliy remarked, "Ho yer kuow th.it I
Hill
Very partial to mixing an epg In my wine?"
"O well, let uf'flnlh this matter. 1 beir:
You're very particular, trewirh, 1 must ny,"
The sUirekeerHT muttertnl and handed an eny,
Tho Identical one ho bad taken lu pay.
Oo the rim of the tumbler the man broke tho i
Btattll-
1 "It's :rt' inly baiuUome the way yor treat
folk:" "
He opened It deftly, and plumply It tell
WUh a splash, una no wonder it hi Id double
yolkl
Th customer saw and a lorur breath he drew
"Unik, MihUr, that em hn two yolkK, 1 de
el anil
fr4eal of one needle I've liid yer for two
Ho bond mo another an' then we'll bo
ttuunro I"
GLEANINGS.
The genuine Connot'liirut river shail
brin" twenty-five eentri a pound. The
North river variety enn bo. bought for lif
tHl Wilt A
Welln, Fargo & Oo.'s express line
takes in Iwintv-wven tJniiis;unl iniliN.
over which are senlteml ten thoiiKtiul
Lizzie Mixre, al'-year-nlil girl of Fro
niout, ()., hiiM lieeome totally blind from
touching a vaecinated nnii und tlien
rubbing her eyes.
Ltirge quantities of cabbages are be
ing raised in prida this season fm
northern nbipinent. They uro ehielly
raised in tho vicinity of Tullahassce,
L T. r.arnuni has purchased about
fjOO volumes of lutw and valuable books
nt a cot-1 of about $1,0(10, as a present
for tho Bridgeport, (Num., library.
Tho daughter of the late Commodore
Maury, who assisted in the compilation
of Lin well-known geographical series,
id a school teacher in lliehniond, Va.
Nothing before the death of Pr."iIol
lanil he wrote to n young correspondent.
"A literary life Ls a hard and ditlicnlt
one; look well before fyou choose u litV
so full of diiliculty.1'
Mrs. Teller, the wife of the secrctarj.
Is tall and slender, with black hair and
the blackest of black eyes, and i., t!.c
powswor of an unusually gentle and at
tractive manner.
Mr. Arthur's li'tlc d:t':!e- i r n -child,
(-hubby 5k arhi-rab .n an u. '.-
piet, acd owi.in i4'-r f - r.
cyt that ljk hH.'v.' - t.s i; v. ; :
a fringe t,f t-wj i i.
Mane. :rvT n . t 1
Rflvisfi & .".--V tr V.'u'.L. '. c"... '".,, . l
ttnkier .-1! r- f :-ii-ic..-,ii.. vr v -,.. i j
with ti fu..- .k'.: .e :.i a, t i.-i- t
i
A3k' ";i"t ;ui'7'tv:i i "i.ii i.n.i ie
ra.'U.tn tfi titir;- .unt 'ur-nf m; l n c
nH)rJllie iti'M U"UMK 'U' I tl)i'M"M'i'
ftlTilOK J.i .1!Vt CllHl l,ie( elt;i J
Eiiie un mute u: .oi'.!' p-viei.
X.uatw'. iviniuw a. ili.iai; 'ii.v' .'-t
itUuiil;, hie if-i'i U;u'" c(! ; e i .
jPin 'tit-;!, "it' llie;inn;l f.
jC -wiitmi un s t )fi.. :t iy-i .'.,;.
Un Lwf h:j .H::il.i't.. uiec-r it , ..
fct&nr S'V u. tut -'. U'.i :;ji.:rf 1 La
Th ("i.'.&t- i Lr. itJtfAv- a fit '
Tariety of f.v.'.-i iui ( .A-,ru,i ti,at
obtain. a rrri.4rkab:e mA .iiit re
main U.-fid-r. Sj--jiffii are in the
.San Franci.-o rnaiket that are twelve
Inches in circumference and weigh two
pound.
Athens ((Ja.) Ildtimr: There is anmn
in Uiwn who hm two thumbs on one
hand, and bis children have no thumb
at all on the riirht hand, lie savs asfar
la:k ax he can recollect that bis mother
nor any of the female relatives of his
family hint a thumb on the right bund.
. ' rati . .
lneesutnateii total length of all the
Hubinarine telegraph cable in tl, Wlir(
in C2.1D0 miles, and their money value
is computed at iSiMU.imio.ikhi. Accord
ing to the estimates of a French statis
tician, tho total length of all the tele
graph wires ut present laid is sullicient
to reach forty-six times around the
worm.
; A Now York street ear company now
clean their horses by steam. The "brush
ut turn at the rate of I.dihi revolutions a
minute, a man on each siibt of tho ani
mal holding them against the parts to
Lu brushed. A cloud of dust arises in
the air. and in two minutes tho horse
looks like a different creature. One
waga of tho brush is equal to 100 by
tlie ordinary process. A hundred horses
can be cleaned in 'J or 10 hours.
A rngginl Now York bootblack look
; ing very gloomy, hut week, wits ci vile':
"Shino vcr booM; shine 'em up f1,r''a
! cent." 'He got a ctisUnncr who asked
him why he asked only a cent, "lie-
oaum I w Lungry," he Haid. Ho got a
ouaner lor Biumiig mat pair of 1mm its.
"i)u W fcaiiht you, did lie," said a by.
Under: "'You're tho third man ho s
liooked already." And tlyi boy was set
r iirg tii face into a gloouiy hwik to trap
luwiucr victim.
THE DAILY
A farmer at Greenvillo, riumaa Co.,
Cal., has a heifer 14 ruontha old, hall
Mood Devonshire, that is perfectly form
ed, has nice little horns, a handsome
eoat of rich brown hair, and U as merry
is a kitten, but Is so small that it can
easily be picked tip in one's arms. It
has not visibly increased in size for
mouths past, and from present appear
ances may never lie any larger.
A thrifty young farmer living near
Crittenden. Ky is now ;i0 years ohl,
mid was first married August 'JH, 1872.
Since that tinio he has buried two wives
amt is now living with tho third, "having
been a widower twenty-one months. He
is now thu father of eleven children
eight boys, and three girls. Ho has two
pair of twin boys, one brace of which
were born recently.
The crown jewels of France, concern
ing the disposition of which there has
been great hesitation, comprise a famous
diamond called the Kegens and the jew
els called Mazarine, all of wMch will be
preserved. The whole valu ihe crown
diamonds is 22,(KM).unt francs ($4,400,
()). Those which will be sold are worth
about $1,700,000.
Nobodv having believed )r Sarah
llernhanlt's marriage tintilcosfirmaiorr
news of it was received from Knglaiul,
the b'iijtirti has risked a detailed account,
purely imaginary, of the wedding at
Naples of M. (iainlietta and the Italian
countess Haviolini. whose millions had
enabled her to buy up the greater part
of the Italian press. Some of the even
ing papers have been hoaxed by the
t'ijiir.
(n of the largest alligators ever seen
on Flint river was killed a few days ago
on A'l.-n plantation. I'pon examination
after being killed it was found that the
alligator had swallowed whole, with the
exception of its feet and legs, a small
dog which had been missing for three
days. There were also found in the en
trails of the alligator a large rock, alight
wood knot, and several sticks.
A writer in a German paper states
that it is a custom in offices in that coun
try to have a sliced potato on the desk
in commercial houses. He docs not
state whether the esculent should be raw
or not, but tho probability is that it is.
boiled. The use of thepotatoe is to clean
Med pens, und generally act as a pen
wiper. It removes all ink crust and
gives a peculiarly smooth How to the
ink. lie also states that tho Hamburg
ch-rks pass new pens two or three times
through a gas llame,.and then the Ink
will How freely.
Mr. John Jones, the l'icadilly tailor
who recently died and bequeathed to the
South Kensington Museum a choice col
lection of art objects, gave W, it ap
pears, the sum of $1.0io,o00 to another
public institution of exceptional worth
and desert. At Veiituar. on the Isle of
Wight, there was founded, some years
ago, a hospital for consumptives, on
the cottage system, ami to this Mr. Jones
has left his". l.OOO.HOO. The hospital
is one of the youngest in tho country,
and one of the best.
James Hilton, of Wells, Me , is ninety-two
years old, mid is a wonderfully
prc:.ervcd man. lie reads lino newspa
per print, and writes his name iu aelear,
plain blind, without the aid of glasses.
Can take an eight-mile walk with ease;
.-an get in and out of a carriage as nim
bly as a man of forty; hasibeen a user
of tobacco about seventy-liyts years, and
w hen n 'inoiist rated with fonts use, says
he has used it for a number of years,
and it has not killed him yet. lie can
hear readily, and hits a good memory.
Mr. Longfellow in September, IMo,
told Janu s (irant Wilson that of all his
poetical writings he preferred ''Fvun
L'elitM'." and in a letter addressed to
(on. WiNon in KJ the poet writes:
"Vo;, are wr-iiig in supjtosing Evange
l lie" t'i have been suggested by the 'Nell
trai F;eiu!i' f Mi-. Williams. The
r. - t-.'el to in.: - that is, the ban
,f; ' i. I,v . friend of Hawthorne,
:. A !. .-rj 'urgii.'g him to write ata'.t
- v V-'. I -t. I tj Hawthorne:
1 -- r- vi g:i it Vj ue.-fvr apo
.'j.rj..iji.?y. nvt H.ta-
-.2 " !' l'"".;; :',.t'X 'jjvfj.
1 Jvi-'u ;''. w.1
i'
t-UoUif
.lt A
X le e .
1 ii
v.i.' 'A ." ' '' rkSw-r cnjvt.
.te J.V f.-l 'ysT'A IT.irj,
w.vm : it J f.r, in t:.: Waik-
l.
t
.'. I who r' fused
S :.X Uii: war.
?'? -..l ",) Mi i-.xKri-uii: jverty.
"")& '.' ;.-l d- i'-g ition wejjt round
"; " tiofe. to plant L'nclo
u. :..'., v iA ,,n Jau Walkup.
'IfJ. ti.e t;Mt intimation he had ol
:;, '..':, ,i the old fainil) servant, and
1 ; Kerit extraordinary language
in r-:'.,' the faithful old l'nclo Nitee.
"i l- w much are you gwine to contribute
U lb- foneral ejctises?" asked the foro
mrtii of the asseuMiH ut eimmittee.
"Not a cent," groaned old Walkup,
hiding his face and shaking all over to
conceal his emotion. "If I was to con
tribute money for such a purpose I
would alwtiys'be haunted with tho idea
that I bad helped to put him under tho
around, ll's too tiainful to talk nhrmt.
(io awav and leave me to mv inlxerv."
Austin,' Tvf.., Siftimja. "
A Out Boxing a Child's Ear.
Picture to yourself a little girl, about
two j ears of age, silling on a low stool
In-fore a drawing-room lire. Coined up
on the rug is a favorite domestic cat.
The child is in a fretful mood, mid has
b'-eii crying for some time. The cat en
dures the annoyance for soti;-( time,
though evidently displeased, ltin even
feline paliencu'lias ils limits. So ussy
uncoiled herself, walked up to the i L hi,
and gave her a box on Hit-ear will- her
dosed paw, ami then lay down tgain
before I he lire. Thu child, taken com
pltely aback, cried louder than ever.
Again pus,y tried to endure it. Again
her patience became exhausted, amlsho
delivered a second box upon the ear,
which nearly knocked the child oil' her
stool. H was now the little girl's turn
to be enraged. She rushed at the cat,
and dragged it round the room by tho
tail. The story rests on the autlioriiy
of the child's mother, who was witnesd
id the scene.
The earliest "future" in corn, probably
antedating by some centuries Joseph's
pyuit a-corner on the invisible mipplv
l'Wit. has just reached the liriiisli
Museum in a contract to supply corn t
price found on an old Chaldean
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING,
If you fimldnU tlrowr. dobil taled, have froqnent
hcitdttcliii, niiiuth tiiKtiiH liuilly, peer lirtll and
tont-iii- c(iid, j on Hre ti U.-i iri noin loruiu liver
or Ullli'ii'Ucii-, 'nndnoililiiB will -uryou no ierd
llv nd perniMierilly b to tukt) Sluuuout Liver Keg
uliilor nr .Mt-il cinu.
Tliu rlienpi-Bt. pun st
and bi'Hl finiiih mt-d-li-luo
In tlie world '
Au KllVelUHl Si-.-iftC
for nil dlneimuHiif llio
Liver, Meniieh Hud
Hileen.
Kt'L'ulHtu thi I.lver
and iircvciu
( II ILLS AMI Vti
YKH. .M A 1 All' It US
KKVKKs. ItliWLL
(' ( At e LA I NTs,
KKKT LK-SM'SS,
3
Tj.-srr-jf'
JAl'MlU'Ii AND
NAVSKA.
J JAU URIC ATI I!
Notlilnc In n uniik-iiMtiit, nollilii; co common
hftil hfLinli. and la marly every eu It come Irnm
tlie aleiuiK it, un I tun m i-Mny enrrui-ted If you
will titki- M inntiiis Liver lli'-:ulior. Do not lieu-It-tt
f-i Hire a runit'ily for tlii rt-imlitive dlt-ortlur.
It will h:h linprovt- your AlpHil, t'omplcxlou,
auu oeiu rai iiruau
IMLKS!
lluw ninny ("nIV. r t-irturt-day nlit-r day. makioK
lifts a bunk- iiikI roli'-iniJ t xi'it'iite t'l all pleiiir
o .ul' in tl c neif.t cuiurirj; irnm rum. itt rn
If ut la ready t-i tin- hnml ol nine"! uny one who will
lute aTa'fiitatlcallr tie- nuifily I lint lot" jernitti,i-nt
lyeiiit'd tlmii-iiiiida. Miiiiiiniii-' Liver Kt-uulator, 1
no dniflic viulfUl iuire: but a Ktiitlu as ictiiut to
naturt
CONSTIPATION!
SHOI l.l tin be ri'uf.rde.1 as a tnllliiR
allint-iil in fart ns-iire dt-mai da tlie nt
iiioft rt-u'tiliriiy of 'In- liow , and any
deviation from tbls demand pnven ilia
way often to si-rious il itft-r. It la qnite
at. iiet-t"aary to remove nni-nre atfimiu
Intiona fr tii '.In- b" t'i i i iatoeat or
Hli-ep ami no lieasi!) ran K- i-xpe:ted
where aco-Ilvo bab.l of bo.ly prevail
HICK HKADACIIE.
Tbl dlHtrciiliii.' nffllrtion orriira mot froqiu-nlly
Tbe dlftitrbaiire ol !lie cinniH'h. aiiinir from the
ImtK-rft-ctlv d!L'-tetl cmi'i'iit. eauceaa aevvre pain
In the hi'id. areonpanled with diaai:n-ch naimi-,
and thin constitute w bat la t onul.ir.v kuowu a
airk headacbu.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE,
ANtrAiT( Ki nv
J. II. Z EI I. IN .ft CO.,
I'llILAllKl.rHIA. PA
I'rlcc $1 t, Sold by nil Dnipulai.
Its Ornt sMnirent tilVct in to Incrutac the appe
tite. It aeii-t" dii-edloii and cuiiscf the food to as-
ciintilate properly lima tiic- aynena is nourlabed.
It iiIpo. by its fiiiic iiction on tlmdi.'csiivo orjanp.
lodnrc more cupiom and r i:iiiiir uctiationa.
Tbu rapidity Mil li wii'di patients ta.o en Hr-h
wbile Hieler l tic It he lien el I'll- Syrup, of iln-lf in
tllcLtif t hnl li" oilier ir. p .11 ion t :in be tn-l't-f
adapted to, ln-!;i nn t no.r:.-.i V.ifi c .u' ituilun. and
In-net lei liion ellb--.c '.ou II h'A :; .r-a'ien el spir
li, t-bakit'i t.r tr tnli'l.' i' "f tie- hmnis er bndy,
i-oil(;b. vliiirlM-a ef breath, er coin1 ini.j'tivu t.ublt.
Tho uiirvs h ul niu.-;, i. h ooaii firi-iiibriiod, mid
tint blotul iii)!i'h .1.
'I'bu v iiloii? Kl in! - of WH't't tir iter ay llmt i.tTi.ct
the buuiHii li-idy, ta,,U'4':i ai t . ii l'ciI culIi with Kiltie
fjiiiptoin not i u. i, in. m vi lli luc n -t. arc-i vorv
much iu tliia, ttnt the Wi m a. I i- iicrty the
aauiu. It N -;fuer.ii"y t-oii-:tdi.ii, -.mil tin; uetjoriiy
of itlataciK an- acctm .paub-d by i..ilny i!ii;ikIuu;
und atii-li lit-iiii tlie cno, wi- m.i-t, in eni. r to cure
flli h dl-eil rl, t aut-l- the oi-.-aua of tliei-tioil 10 per
lorui tlieir prnpL-r linn t inns. No ii im-dy baa lie
foru In en tliriovi n d wiili It him hi b in ih ml an In
lltiouce on tlit-i-i! or;'aH" aa Ki-Uowh' Cninii)uiid
Kyrtip of llyli(iplioi.ibiles.
fur Sale by ail t)rui:i;ihiH.
MEDICAL
I you t2:t froio tlyppi pi-la. nc
lifRliOi'K HI.OODlilTTEHS.
If )oa art; alTifted with blllniiHrn-aa, tict)
isl " I: I ; ' K Hl.Odl) UITTEKS,
If y3 are rortrab d with firk licili-h, take
111 H1H K Jll.tJCl) MTTEKS
If jfosr bowflit ate dlMirdi-p d regulate tbtim with
I1UKLOCK 1ILOOD Iim'EUS.
If jroor blond la lintitirt, pnrlfy It with
III,' It DOCK Itl.OOI) IHTTKHS
II you bave indlcrllor, yun will Und an antidote in
IILUDOCK 111.001) HITTERS.
Ifjron are troubled with aprtiiR coinpla.nta, eradl
Icate them with Ill ltllOCK lll.OOi) HITTKltS.
II your liver la torpid ri-Ptore It to healthy ai-tlon
with ItL'KDOCK lll.OODDITTKIW,
If your liver la atlecled you will find a chore rentor
stive In M'liDOCK lll.OUl) HITTERS.
If you have any Nper.li a of humor or pimple full
not to talto IIL'KUOCK HLOOI) HITTKltS.
If you have any almplonia of nlrtira or arrofuloua
aorea, a curalivu rt-niudy will he found In
JintlMX'K IILOOI) HITTERS.
For liiipartiiiK Htreiilh und vitality to the HyMum,
liuthliii can vtilul nUlitOCK lll.Odl) HITTERS.
For Nervoua und (b'tieral Debility, tune up ttitt
(YHtem with Ul'RDOCK Itt.OOD HITTERS
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FOSTER, Ml MtMlN A CO., Vivv'm,
1U KFAL0, N. Y.
Formic by I'Al.'Ld. KCIlL'll, (i)
OKAY'S srKCIKK! MK.DiriNK.
TRADE MARK. 'Hut (in-nt Mm;
IIkIi reiitidy, An
it ii lut 1 1 ii u curt' for
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hpl'lllllllul I lll'll. illl
poli'iii'v a.el all
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dltntli-M lifvlHloti, pieiiimutoolil ,) J
ullu.r diat-HKeaihat Ica-llo ti.aaiillv, c.iiih, niS
or pri-miiliiie ruvM, , "I'onii
IJ''Kiill purtiiiiliira In our pmiblt!l, wliblt w
doairtt to ai-ml Iruo bv mall to i-vervoim. lr-i h
hpeelllcMi-illi liiu la mM bv nil ilnu-i;l nj ti
liackaire, or alx piirliiim-a for fr,, or will be ,,
bv million receipt of the luonev, bv inldri'Dnlm.
TIIH ORAY JlliHICINK CO
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On ocfniml or cotlllleifi ila. w Imve a-lopted ,
Vellow W'ritpperi Ihu Kuulint. tOiuiuiiieui
of euro laauml
(old In Cairo by I. (I, KCHl'II
Wholt-aalu AK''Uli Mottiaou, riuiiiuer A. to
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SAMARITAN NERVINE
1 FOie HAt.F.
IiY ATA DKrUGISTS
drnmyl." I; ul dlr fr.m fm lur'h.'r tnltrms"
tlun ii. mntif .r ..tir l .u.-' r i. d J jun.M eitiUil
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8T. JOSEPH, M0
eware
NE
PLASTERS
HAVE CEEN IMITATED,
And their oxcollont reputation In
Jurod by worthless imitations. Tho
Public nro cautioned tigoinBt buy
ing riastcra having aimilar sound
ing names. Coo that tho word
CAP C I N E is correctly spollod.
Benson's Capcine
Porous Plasters
Aro tho only improvement over
mado in Plasters.
One is worth moro than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whero othor
romodiOB will not oven roliovo.
Prico 25 conts.
Bowaro of cheap Plasters mado
with lead poisons.
QEAGURYA, JOHNSON,
M.niiif:H lnrlii! ClimnUtK, Now York.
A"M'KlT IMi.UI.DV AT I.ANT. l'ticu'JirtiC
MEAD'S Medlcvid CORNmd bUNION HU3TEH.
FRANK TOOMKV,
Ai.KST liiltTIIK HAI.lt tlf
TUB l. I NI INK
m
Baxtku stica m i:.(ii.vE
ML""! I'tlll'd l)ilC. I'lllljlliu.
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GAPGI
Ilorizoniiil, Verticiil
anil Jliirino Engines
ami Iioilers.
YACHT
RNfilNKS a srr.ci Ai.TV.
m FAUM UNO I NHS, JIAtUIMMV
TOOLS, MACAltA
STKAM I'UMM
AND JIAHIINKUY
OK ALL KINDS, UKUINtl,
MIAI-TINU.
l'llllcVH 1111(1 (il'IICl'lll Snpiilics.
No. l.il.N'orlljTliliilMiLM'l,
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