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1MVAHIAHLT IN AllVANOK.
All Ooniinunlcutious rbould be aildrsod to
K. A. KL'KNK I T,
Publisher And l'rourielor.
Tlio Milwiiuki'o brewers havo decided
to buj no iiiiiru burlcy niiscd in Iowa.
'J'lie dci'p'Nt well in Coiini'cticiit is
situated in FiiirlicKl mid is only 9o feet
Salliu MiColluin, of Allentown, Pa.,
claims ti bo tlio handsomest woman in
Tennessee now lias thirty-three cot
tou mills, with 1,101 looms" and 78,877
A trip iieross t ho sally ocean and
back cjives the Maine sardine the true
In thirty-eight years the number of
English daily papers has increased
from li to 179.
Walt Whitman has purchased a house
in Camden, N. J., which ho says he in
tends to die in.
There are lifly illicit distilleries and
only three licensed ones in oue district
in North Carolina.
Mr. Charles Oakley has lived in New
York for ninety-seven years, and is
now approaching his loi'nd birthday.
It requires three days in which to
complete the marriage ceremony in
China, but w hen it is done it is a strong
A Boston gas manufacturer asserts
that the demand for tras has increased
in that city since the introduction of
liuil'alo Bill's suil to recover sixtv-
one acres of land in Cleveland, valued
at several million dollars, has been
thrown out of court.
Wolves are so tame in the northern
part of El l'aso county, Texas, that
they come right up to the settlers
doors to cat children.
Dr. Vessmaver, an English vegeta
rian, tried to live on food costing no
more than a penny a day, and ho
is now at the point of death.
A Michigan minister who was about
to be 'married asked the ollieial to
whom ho applied for a license if lie
didn't make a discount to the trade.
Hundreds of young women work for
4o cents a day making shirts in New
York City. They think it more re
spxitablo to do this than to go out to
1'iitslmrg boasts of the possession of
a marvel in a boy who "from sunrise
to sunset rnjoys good health and romps
around like all children of his age, but
at dusk becomes entirely unconscious,
and remains so until morning."
Tiller and McFadden remained for
three days a few doors from tlio scene
of their express robbery in St. Louis,
and mingled freely with the crowd. It
never occurred to the shrewd detectives
to look right under their noses for tho
When the Indians of Chili desire rain,
they plant a sacred tree, which a sorcer
ess climbs to pray, while tho others
dance around aud howl. Then they all
get drunk. If it doesn't rain, they get
drunk again, aud remain drunk until
they fetch a shower.
A prize of $10,000, open to all na
tionalities, is tillered in France, in De
cember, 1877, for a discovery enabling
electricity to bo applied economically
either as a source of heat, light, chemi
cal action, mechanical power, or as a
means of transmitting intelligence.
During tho year 1839 there were
posted in Great Britain 82,000,000 let
ters, of which one in every thirteen
was franked. Next year the number
arose to KiK.OJO.OOO, although franking
was abolished. At tho present timo tho
number reaches the grand total of 1,
280,000,000 a year.
By the last ollieial returns, 2-1.4 per
cent, of the births in Nairnshire, Scot
land, are illegitimate, while in Aber
deenshire .00 per cent, are of the same
kind. In the county of Wigton l.'Jl of
the births are illegitimate, and most of
the northern counties present an un
clean bill of health.
About 'i0 miles north of Missoula,
M. T., a region has been discovered by
an exploring parly in which are twenty-live
cascades over .000 feet in height,
nud a true glacier with a mile of front
age and live hundred feet fall. It is
said to bo a more wonderful region
than the Yellowstone.
Tho Chattanooga Tinus says that
that city is now really but nineteen
years old. The war lift it a wreck, lu
1807 it had not a single wholesale
house. Iron mills and furnaces began
in 1871. In 1872 the population was
6,000, now 21.00D; manufacturing capi
tal in 1880, $2,780,000; in 1SS4, f 1,000,
000. On tho occasion of Baker Pasha's
battle at El Teb an English ollicerplae
cd a revolver to the head of an Egyp
tian aud commanded him to ndvai.ee.
The Egyptian, quietly putting aside the
weapou, said, in an astonished tone: '!
advance!" adding proudly, ''No; I am
an Egyptian," and ho took to his
Nearly fifty years ago a woman
named Lois Lyman, of Cabot, Vermont,
began to plait the combings of her hair
into a rope. It was half an inch thick,
and of various shades, the hair having
changed very materially during tho
half century. When alio died a few
days ago tho rope was nearly 100 feet
A new and formidable Ii"-litinrr shin
t,.- 1 - !...:!. !.. ! 1 , . n 1
iiai urvn uiuii in r.ngiiina iur the gov
eminent of Brazil. .She is named tho
Biachtielo, and is a sieel niiiiored tur
ret ship, 1105 feet long, having a dis
placement of 5,700 tons. Siie has liftw
eight water tight compartments au, "tt
belt of steel armor eleven inches in
Tho Sunny Sutith newspaper declares
that a woman makes a bungling mess
CAIRO ftULLKTLNl FRIDAY MOKNIrM MAY
of it whenever she tries to carry an uni
brella on tho street. U declares: "She
can no more carry an umbrella as it
ought to bo carried than she can throw
a stono without those indescribable
gyrations, or catch a ball when she
doesn t wear an apron.
Georgo Pritchard, w ho spent so much
time and labor, and underwent so
nianv hardships in bringing tho Co-ur
d'Alciic mines Into prominence, has
been robbed of his property iii the new
mining district, ami now all that he
has to show for his years of toil is one
very ordinry (in valaue) placer claim,
everything else having been gobbled by
mo insatiate junipers.
Apropos of t lie proposition to erect a
memorial of Dickens, a correspondent
ot a London daily paper quotes a pass
age from the novelist's will which will
probably prove fatal to tho project: "I
conjure my friends on no account to
make mo tho subject of any monument,
memorial or testimonial whatever.
rest my claim to the remembrance of
uiy country upon my published works."
Carl Sch urz, Franz Sigel aud August
Jschelfert were last tneinls in their
youth. Sigel and Sehelfert were in the
same military class in a school in Ger
many, the former being graduated for
ty-seventh and tho latter lifih in a class
of fifty. The three caiuo to America
togethe- Sehurz is the' noted politi
cian au I editor, Sigel becamo tho fa
mous general, and .Sehelfert is a bar-
bcr at Atlanta, tia.
Henry Wattersou's short, trim, mar
tial ligure is becoming very familiar to
Washingtonians. llo looks like au ac
tive young general as he shoots along
the sidewalk or through thecapitol cor
ridors without gloves or overcoat his
right hand sheltered from the March
wind in the pocket of his sack coat.
He has lived so much that you are apt
to think that h" has lived so long as to
be old. But he is only 1 1. You see his
youth in the quickness with which ho
walks and talks and works, lie is a
very active man. You see him on the
floor of the house, in the corridors, on
the street, at a reception, at a dinner,
in his olliee on Fourteenth street, in his
room at Welcker's, at John Chamber
lain's late in the evening always busy.
He goes in for pleasure with tho same
earnestness as though it were work. He
is a thorough master of the art of liv
ing. He gels more out of a day in tho
way of botli work and play than a doz
en ordinary men.
A Choir Anecdote.
In the April L'aitura, the lie v. Clias.
S. Itobinson continues his discus-ion of
tho annoyances and humors of tho mu
sical service in churches, aud relates
this anecdote: "Glorious Easter was
at hand aud great preparations were
made in the rural parish for its cele
bration; boughs were twined in tho
irclies of the building; flowers swung
in wreaths overhead aud shono in
beautiful baskets among the aisles;
children had been rehearsing carols.
All the town came in on that notable
morning. Ii was a scene never to be
forgotten. The minister was radiant;
his eyes beamed with delight But a
thought struck him: this audience, so
happy, so generous, so enthusiastic
would they not hear him a moment for
a stroke of business? After the invo
cation and the lirst song, lie surprised
tlieiii with a proposition to bring
'Easter offerings' now at once to God's
altar, and lift the dear old church out
of debt: oh, then there would be a res
urrection! The congregation would
come up from under its great stone
into a new life, if they would roll it
away! Then the plates went their
course, and hearts were touched, and
purses wore emptied, and the heaps of
money lay before the moistened eyes
ot the relieved pastor as he tremulously
thanked a good God for his people's
fidelity' in response. 'The money is
here, I am sure it is,' he exclaimed. 'If
there bo a little in arrears, ii can be
made up in a day, and ho'w we are
ready heartily to go on with the wor
ship of our risen Lord.' So tho fixed
programme proceeded. A littlo Ger
man had been procured from the met
ropolis for an annex to the tenor; his
solo came in at this exact crisis of
grateful emotion; ho rendered it with
a fresh aplomb, though the consonants
were awkward: 'An' do ikl sail bo
raised de (lit sail be raised an1 do
di t an' de dd sail bo raised sail be
raised lu do twinkling of an ay-ee!'
"Now it is quite safe to say that
after tho congregation went home, the
theme of the day was dissipated, and
the two events uppermost in every
body's mind were the surprise which
tho eager mini.sterhad sprung upon iho
people and the ridiculous appropriate
ness of the declamatory solo which fol
lowed it. On genoial principles, we
have no objection to the collection of
money to discharge religious indica
tion, even in divine service; but it does
seem a pity that a humorous episode
should bo the chief rem'.ni-cence of
such a solemn occasion.
Not in Politics.
1 heard a very sensible thing recently
from a young man who had just
plucked the political bee from h's bon
net. "What are you going lo run for
this spring?" I asked. ' (He has been
a standing candidate for some position
or other for several M-asons past.) q
am not a candidate for anything," ho
said, "and I don't want you to gel nio
mixed up in polities any more, "if you
ever catch me running again before
I'm .00, 1 want you to proclaim me a
sw indler. No, sir; I've been there ami
I've been burned. It's only i.ne .,
in a hundred that succeeds in polities.
The other ninety-n'ne if they stick to
the business, will w nd up in the poor
house ; or, what is equally bad, as
stool-pigoi ns in a gin-mill. I speak
from an experience of three je-us, and
I know l'e just slop; cd on the brink
of a precipice. I'm going to tit i nd to
business for the rest ,.f mv life at
least till Fin (10 - and Ihen, if u ad
miring nation wants to make ine a Jus
tice of the Peace, I'm wiilinr. But no
high aspirations, (), no!" N netv-nine
out of every bun lied of the youii"
men who make a bn-iu'-ss of poliiies
ought to cut this out au I .swear hv it.
his applicable to the horde of i fll -o
seeking youth who cunie from ail sec
tions of the State when the Legislature
convenes, as well as to many win are
Mlllictcd wiih tlio political mania In
Ttciitou. Tixh'uh A'. J. Times,
HMoel-Miinlcil W omen,
So great is ine influence of a sweet
minded woman on llioso around her
that it is almost boundless. t js j0
her that friends coine in seasons of
sickness and sorrow for help and com
fort. One soothing totu-Ii of Per
kindly hand works wonder in the fey.
erish "child; a f w words let fall trin
her lips in the car ol a sorrowful sister
ilo much to raise ih.- load of griel that
is bowiii'i i;s v irtini down to the dust
in anguish. 'Iho husband oines home
worn o,:t with tint pressure of business
and feeling irritable with the world in
genera1, i-ii: wiien ho ( tilers the ei zy
sittil) ;--:ooin m: i sees the ); f (0
bright lire, and meets ills wile's smil
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the soothing itnlm-nccs, which act as
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spirit. We are all wearied with com
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The rough .-ciioniboy Hies in a ru"-o
from the taunts id his companions to
And solace in the neither' smile; tlio
little one, full of grief jih its own
large iroui-le, linds a haven of rest on
its mother's breast; and so one might
go on with in-tancos of the influence
a stveci-iiiindcd woman has in the so
cial life with w iilcii iie is connected.
Beauty is an insiguilieaiit power when
compared w ith hers.
The S;i'i;'itu il ts of the South havo
bought fourteen : ' s of land on Look
out Mountain, Wiicc tln-y will estab
lish an assembly ground and erect au
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iu: iille-.li." d i. rd "!d
fir all mine unu el.r- I: e d.---u-e-, each one- ol
which Is iii.au. h:. 'ii to.nl y the Author,
whose exper i-i. iv f.u i vcisis snrh as proiiab y
in ver l.ef '.-e fe!- to the lot or any pin -i'ian . :'( (1
pai,'es, hotiitil tr inaut ftii Vt m-l: musiiii, i-mhos
sed covei", ii ,.- t, L-n in a t-.- d to Ik-a finer work
in ev. rv .. '--ri. .-haiue . i t. n-rv nd ir.l'-s-
sior.nl tf an u ilhi-rw-.-k ..t -.: tt:t ccui.iry
foi i .'ill. oi 1 he 11 1 1 in y m.I he r.-lninie.l in everv
lii-taire 1 ' r : . c- oily Sl.oo l. in t:. post puid.
Illlll'htiv stun In h re;.'", s.l.il now, (ioiit
med:i! nw-.ni .. tin author In ;i;i- Nalio al Mi-dii a.
As-' i ml on, tn Ine r.uvrs i I wti-i'ii !.e r- h rs
: s.'n i:l. I
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nine Bill otit-ti
Mass., who n. av h- e. i.-ut'e l i.n
ilui-iiiL' s.. i'l and . xpeiti nre Ci
nut-- ie .(' - 1 1: at I n v h i tiled
V i 1 J sin-
skill ol nil e her physician
cli.tv. mi. h 'Mii.-. fin- 'IM I VC1M I'"
eif-i-i!!.-vvi'tmni an in.- 1 11 1 OtiLr
auce. I In .nr.- .V-i tn.n tin- pa;n-r.
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. retrolnr Ora.liintn of two me. Ileal
colleen s, lias lieen Iniii-ei eni;.U'nl In tlie tica'.
jiienl of 'liroiii.-, IS'ervoiiH, Klun oinl
I Hon. I lUsea.-s tlinn anv other pliysh-ian In
t-t. l.ou Is, as e-llv pup.-rs sfiow and all old re"l
(lents know. ( Diisnllnt lnn at ollii-e or bv malt,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or 111-opinion
costs nothlnir. When It Is liii-onv.-nlent tovl-lt
the elly for Irpiitim-ut. ni.-.H.-lnes ean lie sent
t.vmallor express everv here, ( uralile eases
(fii.iranteed : v here dnuht exists It ii frankly
stated. Cull or Write.
Jicrvoin Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Vhyslial Weakness, Mercurial ami other
affections of Throat, Skin and Hones, lllooil
Impurities and lllnnil Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and fleers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Plles Special at
tention to cases from over-worked brain.
SlRfilCAI, CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a plivileian paving
particular attention to a class of eases atlalin
(rreat skill, and physician In ree'iilar practice
all over Ihi. country knowlntr till, freioieiitly
recommend cases to t lie oldest otlice in A uierl
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, and tlie prov.Ml i-oocl rem.Mli. of all
awes and countries are used, A whole house 14
lise.l lorottii-c purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and, knowing
w hat to do. no e.xpc i-lmnti are made "a ac
count of Ilin itreai niiiulier iiiplvluir. the
charges are kept loHt, ofi.-n lower than Is de
nianin d l.y oiliers. If vou secure the skill and
ilet a speedy and perfect Hie i-uie. that H tho
liiipoi-lant iiiatl. r. pamphlet, 3ii pases, beut
to uny address free.
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Manhood, WoiikiiiIi.hi.I. Physical decay. Who
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