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OSAGE VALLEY BANNER.
Au ITLKCRHOir SOSH, Pnbllher.
BEES AND VSSEES,
A imrw or BBAi.iTirs,
1 roao with f tmrlae, not to lon ttsw
jo emeu iu morning air
and (east tho
The imrpi nt Brew (toltlcn all aglow
W ilb uiv inns', new-born Hunt.
The mornlnir ftir drew In tieblnd TU
M clearer nesuty than tho (a.ss it klsel;
The anient suit rinft up with ci'itnt'oQ. trail,
AnJ drunk tlio morninit mist.
From poMon Into crystal pacd thn llaht
Kr.m amber lino autre cooled the ky
Tbe burnished ilcw Ua-hoJ sulily rcU ant
To vanli: Dot to ille.
The tnm met over where T tooi. an1 twlne,l
'I heir spntvs foirt-ther Hn'ien. oak anil bay;
The verdure! monti'mus brncwl tho tlomo be
hlrxl. f Quick with tho living day.
Iletween them, tho blue ocean, veied and
lUmple-1 a hundred hues from oth.T dons:
And, from the gray rocks where the UkM
Flowed lo thai salty Ivreco.
Tbe summer llirht wurrawl upwsH Into noun.
And nl iped away from zenith to tho went;
Ttied iyf Iml wioutilit It resultant b.ioa,
And sail in rosy rust.
Tho dawn'tia stnrlljht and tho fadlnr 'lay
Met nub lull kiss up meiK h mhcr's lli;
The -liver m a blinked uit tlio shaded way
And jeweled the eciip.-o.
O ailet heart: wake up some happy
Anionirtiod'i thoughts of love In ahilpo so
O doiibiinu- heart, know thou tho beauty
Because thu lovo Is there!
Ewtct woridi look down, and aweetcr Tolcei
With hiirher meaning than our Inith can
"The hlesin of the I-nrd enrlehes all.
Atxl utlds no thought of pain."
The mountains darkened whllo tho peaceful
Felt over that vat beauty, sweet and deep;
And. he tlje mondng woko with orient
Tho oveiilnir fi ll as!e. p.
-o'twic lloihin, nt ScrSbner't MonUily.
THE SEALER'S STORY.
It was the second winter wo usod tho
"shoot" off the black Moss down into
the north branch of tho St. Margarite.
This slutut, as they called it. was a lum
ber slide; a kiml of inc'ined trough,
leading from thu table-lahj back of tlie
'Stoss.'' down to tho rivur; the side of
the mountain here being ijuite too ledgy
and precipitous to admit ol using onli
nary logging ded and cattle upon it.
Our cijmt nhy owned a largo tract of
npru.ee and pine in the bacK country ,
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above, and the shoot was built to ruu
tho saw -logs down from the brow of the
mountain to tho water, where they
could be raftod to thu mills. It had
cost upwards of ten thousand dollars,
and was rather more than half a mile in
Jecgtlu being carried iu a straight line
downward at an angle of not far from
thirty degrees. Thu bed of the suo t
was of hcvvn logs, matched and tree
nailed together, forming a smooth, in
clined piano live feet in width, with
shores." or sides, of the same squared
timber, two foet in height. A kind of ;
huge spout was thus made down which I
the logs could be discharged upon tho
ice in tlio tnanctt. xuis was as it stomi
and was used through tho first winter;
but during storms, the suow troubled
ns a great deal, drifting over it and
fouling the slide, and, before commenc
ing work the second winter, a plank
boxing or shed, was built over a great
part of it, to keep out the snow. Joists
wpro Httikeil fit the "shores." no tin.
outside, and to these tho planks were !
nailed, thus converting the shoot Into a
long box, live foot in length by about
six iu height, high enough, in fact, for a
man to stand eroet in. From tlie top
of tho fchoot sled-roads led oil into thu
forest in nil directions. As fast as the
loads of logs came in, they we.-o tum
bled upon the inclined brow, or
"apron," and thence bet iu motion,
with piko-poles, into the throat of tho
great spout. Une se t sliding, no far
ther care for them was needed. JJowu
they would go, gathering hesdivav
rapidly on the steep, (smooth slide, and
would come out at the too ' with tre
mendous forco and spitefu!tie3 plow
ing into tho iro.eu earth, or glancing
along thu ico across tho river, in fad,
tho lugs "broomed" and split so badly
that a "blow'' was rigged to catch them
oh; this latter conlnvaiicu being a
continuation of tho timber spout, car
ried for a hundred j arils or more
across the stream, on a level surface.
Three men werj kept ni the toe, to see
thai thu lo'S did not Ioul there. From
the brow al tho top, u Firoug wire tan
down the foot, where there was a bull.
A lover at the top wori:eu the wire.
When a load of logs bad coiuu to the
urow and was ready to bo setil down.
tho men at thu top limt gave the lever
a wrench, to notify the men below to
ulaud clear. A big pine log, thirl.: feet
lu diameter, weighing at least two tons,
and coining out on the slow with ihc
velocity of a cannon bell, was no play
thing. Sometimes the logs would go
cud over end. clean across tlo river. A
log plunging down made a peculiar,
roaring noise. Tho whole shoot tieiu
bled and M'euio 1 lo hum under it. It
was something as when, i'j a saw-mill.
great 'circular'' gues tearing through
a long log.
Week alter week tho wooded motiti-taiu-sido
across tho tho branch echoed
to that t'ecp, prolonged whir-r-r-r!
We had thirty teams drawing in logs to
tho brow. At least a thousand logs
were sent down every day. Only one
log was let go at a time. Hut each
passed down tho shoot, a distance of
about three thousand feel, in loss than
half a nilnuio, particularly in the morn
ing when the slide was icy. Hosidea
the men at the brow and at the toe, we
iept a boy on tho shoot, half-way up,
to tend the wire and to report If any '
trmillo tKturreJ. TliHt wmtr we uml
hired for thin purpose a 1ml whom they
ealled Tort (;ililloL What " Tort" Wilt
a nicknnmo for I am sure I do not
know. His falhcf, Glam Ouillot. a
Kivnch Canndiiin, worked for ua and
kept Tort stimulmei! to li work b an
woaional birrhine." The boy hml
dnverV corks" In his bonta, mvl
wv to walk up and down on the plank
loxiii over the slide, or lie on It look
ing through the cracks at tho lo;;s as
thev shot down under him.
About three o'clock one afternoon,
as I was 8rahii;j a pilo of lojr.J b!fide
tho nlow, I hoard a heavy crash away
up the sido of tt.e mountain, and a mo
ment or two niter saw Tort hurrying
down the top of thu shoot. He rati out
whero I was slanilm;;.
In burhf." ho said, l ad blubbed"
ami jumped tho j;t. ;, tearing
through thu pluuk boxing.
Tort was not a littln ew.'.eil, am.: no
wonder, for tho loj; lr.nl juitmod not
very fur from wh?rn h had been sit- !
tin at the limo. While lie was u-llin i
mo tliis, wo heard tho bell striktt fol- i
lowtii almost inainntlv by another j
era1-!! way up the side oi the Sloss. A
second loy bad jumped. Kuiitiinj to
tho st niapinuv, I sci the signal U stop j
sendinj ilown los, then c'.inibed tip j
with Toit to see what was the matter. I
Not quite half-way up from tho slow
we camo to a srreat rairirea imio
the nhitik "overiiiL'. Similiters lav
scattered on the snow in'all d.rcc'-ions.
The kt;s had dashed through tho plnuk
inp, it if it had been brown paper, and
flown on liUt arrows. We miw one of
them Handing end up n;ii;nt a tree,
two or three hundred feet below. Grt-
ting into the shoot through the hole, wo
j crawled up the slippery bed on cur ;
bands and knees. It was aipieer piaeo. j the ragernns with which tradesmen
Wads of woody liber lav a Stout, scoured seek to prot.lby public necessity. There
no from the hewntir.ibers which formed j have been t'areo or four occa-ions re
tho floor; and every nook was driven ! ccntly when speeulaters have bought
full of bark meal, from the logs. Hero up largo (piuititics of goods with the
and there long slivers stuck in tho 1 : design of centering the market J'hen
plauks overhead and on tho sides, so i the mills would be set nt. w ork. make
lirmly that we could not tear them out I Up the deti -ieney. Kach t.'.ti" t..ot there
with our hands. Fifty or sixty feet j was a report ot iho probable death of
up the shoot from tho hole, I found the j tho President tho mourning goods
cause of the mischief. One of the long. ' would soil mnidlv. It is renortod that
suuare timbers of the bed had warned I
from Its jnatehiuL'S, at the upper end
It was against tho end of this timber,
which projected three or four inches,
that the logs had stubbed anil glanced.
A litllo worK with the adze and a few
extra nails would make all right, but it
! was getting dusk, and, ro'lectiug that I j would have been controlled by the
j should have time tho following morn- speculiitiirs. But every time tne snee
I ing for so short a job, before the day's oiators bought the market down cl.is
work begau, 1 sent word to the upper i
gang to commence work on time as
Xcxt morning it was snowing thicklv,
and we at the tower camp were rather
late astir. 1 had tini.shed hretikiust by
six o'clock, how. ever, and at once set
otl to climb up the slide, taking lort j
with mo to carry tho anger and a band- j
fill of treo-nadsr Shovel and ad wore ;
shout as much as I could manage to i
climb up tho smooth planking with,
(Incoming to tho " break," we found !
tho hole nearly full of snow, b.tl cleared .
it ttartiv out 'ami got down into the i
shoot. I then looked at my watch, and '.
found that there, rema ned only twenty
iniuutes be tore seven o clock. Hut as i
the men rarely begau running down
logs much before eight, 1 felt very little
uneasiness on that account. 1 bored
my holes, drove the tree-nails, and
then leisurely nded off the still pro
jecting edge of the timber. Meanwhile
1 had sent Tort farther up tho shoot to
see if there were any other timbers
s. mil any sprung. Ho came sliding
bay lust as 1 hint blushed. It then i
ouo minute of seven. Wo .
iiicked up tho tools and started to nviko
onr-vYay back down to '.he hole, holding i
ou by the joists, when 1 noted a si ght '
grating, crvaking noise on the planking
ovorheail. lort heard it, too, and bet
tcr than 1, he could interpret thesonnd.
" Mon JjUu! ' he screamed
Wjil He la ckmtot Niu' .S.n.i."'
tlie bell-wire! Jump! Jump!)
He dropped auger and tree-nails, and.
springing lruuticaily to the little jot it
ratters over our heads.
drew bis body
tip and clung to Ihem like a bat. "I
scarcely know how 1 did it, but next in
stant I was clinging to tho under side
ol those sticks of joist. In much tlio
same way and none tooipticklv, either.
'1 hero came a rushing noiso. 'i ho juisl
stieks thrilled in our lingers, 'l ite tim
bers siiook Violently; and, amid a hur
ricane of ice dust, bits ol pine bark and
slivers, which seemed to almost burst
the shoot, tho great log. liko a black
bobbin, shut dwn beio.atb my bael.
Tho wind il raised ne.irl- blew us niter
it. Tort dropped to his feet.
" Mvi.-oi'e. ho screamed to me in
French. ift do.vu to the hole and
get out before an. a her etuues!''
His boot corks lu-lpe I It i til to l.eep
his tect on thu icy siila. Tho lad L.'.'.t
ran, liill-siid down the rleeo incline.
; and catching bv the splintered edges of
tho hole, drew hinisoit nut. Hut 1
piling. ng blindly alter him, with smooth
b KU--0 cs, )-lip,.ed headlong, and went
sliding wildly down past thu aperture.
Again that low. horrible, rattling,
creaking sound OU the planks. Another
log vas coming. It was death to lie
spraw ling there. With a mighty ellort
1 s'oppod Jiiyself and sprang up -but
slipped again, " It was coming. 1 felt
tho jar hoard the rumble abovo and
with a convulsive squirm of my body,
hugged to the right shore and partially
rolled myself up on the timber. Next
moment, peppered with bits of bark,
Ice and slivers, I was fairly bUwn down
the shoot in the wako of the log which
had howled by, so cloau as aliuoat to
graze my outer log.,
X have heard it said that a cannon
shot may pass so closely to a man as to
kill him, without actually hitting bim.
I am lucliuod to believe it So near
had that tog come to me lu its swift
ouurso, that I felt for the moment quite
DerTcle ani stunned, ani went
rollinjj and Sliding down alter it l r
lilt t fet or more, ifut liie tnouhi
that other lojis wer to follow stimulat
ed mo to cheek myself. Cellini; on tho
Hhoro and climbing bat-liko ajrain le
the joist.s in the corner of tho boxing. 1
waited the onset lor 1 could hear the
creaking Bf?R'n- I soon came, with
the same whirlwind ru-di,' neur'y tear
ing mo from my perch. Hut I held
fa.'.t; and in this not very tiasv position,
I weathered the pssaj;! irt three mora
lo'S. Then came a respite.
Tort hail run to the bottom of tho
sho'it, hotitinr that lie "boss" was
killed. In I had beard his
crv of terror, when looking in
I at the holo through which he had but
barely eseaped h in-self, he saw thai.
I second l-y whiz down upon me. lint
j before he cmtld ruu lo Uio foot of ihd
j nhixit. the shovel and ad'e liad eom!
Ilyin"; out at tho toe; anil the men there,
knowinc; something; must be wrony.
had raided t!m semaphore arid s'cnaled
! to the ranfr above to stop nuin':ti z In legs,
i I heard them hurry up on the ouu
i side, of tho shoot. They canto lo tho
j hole and shouted. 1 answered, and
' whs glad to wait for them lo crawl
j down to mo and ba'iv nio out: lor 1 wjis
too weak and overcome to pet out
And to this day. whenever I lake cold
and have a feverish night, I am almost
certain to dream of tho terrible rush
i and lit'wl with which llu.se lo;rs tore
Iast me in tho shoot down the side ol
I iiack Moss. l'oullis Vo'H'-tnioii.
A Co r 11 cr In lilmk ( ulico.
I he fim lua! ing pneo of iicmrn:ng
roods since tho shooting of President
(iarlield :lo. ds a sign.U illustration of
nnn man. nut in the trade, bought i.VJ 1
ca-es of black prints for a rise. An
other bought loO cases; nnother ll0
i.nscs- Th irice of those 'o.n!s r-ise
from i cents to 01 cents per ard. Had
it not been fur tho longdelav be. I ore She
death of the President tho market
the mills pit a chance to catch it
Many of these iroods have
Many of these iroods have been
spread throughout tho country among
small dealers, who saw a chance tc
speculate in a staple art cle. Theft;
was, therefore, eleven weeks of prep
aration for thy immense demand that !
was made upon retail dealers early yes-
terd.tv morning. The demand increase. j
rapidly throughout the dav. Prootio-'
tors of stores that began selling at t list j
ordinary rale soon saw their stock de-!
cre.a-.ing so rapidly that they began to j
raise thu price, and in many cases prices
doubled, and even trebled. I'lailiu's .
ods store was crowded w ill '
retail buyers replenishing tho:r stocks.
Other large houses hud pretty mucii
Un; same experience.
" How are mourning goods sell'tng? '
iuqu'red a reporter of a llowery retail
I had 5,000 yards this morning, and
I wish I bad more.
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"I am selling at len cents a yard
what cost three in ordinary times.''
Do ou think the prices will in
crease?"' If thu city is generally tlecritcl
tho retail urieo of black muslin will bo
twenty cciiIm. and perhaps more. Tho
demand for the country can not pos
silt! v be siii nlie I. If it had not been
i,,r siiecula'.ioii, wo should not have had !
-X. ). .-'ni
r.Ioctrh'lty Applied tu HallooiiH.
On Saturday lasl the l'.alloon Society
inaugurated their winter session by a
I meeting at l.illio l'.ridgo
ton. Aii address was i'lvcii uy t!io
President, Mr. W. 11. I.e l evre, C. K.,
on the electrical stationary balloon in -
vented by M. Jules (lodard and M. do
Fouvielle. Anew application of e'ec.
trtcity was ahotil to be made, which, it
was true, d:d not enable one to propel
a balloon, but by which the system of
aerial navigation would be cotisidei a-
blv inim-iived. Iho lost iep to
tai oeiit inakiugaba'iloou .stationary was
to prevent its gynit ng. MM. (iodar.l
ami do Funvicllo had overcome this by
means of a disk somewhat similar to the
face of the compass placed in the cen
ter ( the car poised on a vert cal uis.
When -ane s.do of tho car was lower
than the other tint disk or plate became
instantly affected. An i leclrio current
Wits iii ltaiilnueoitslv transmitted to a
magnet i.-.ed point Immediately opposite,
w Inch had a contrary e iei t. and id:'.ced
tho ear in o piUile'ieia
i'lturu battery which prodil'-ed the ciec
tric current would ut the same timo act
on a uia Khali rtinuins ni me uoi
?."no t oc .., tu Xsm-tUr.
The balloon ouhl thus neither a
ceud nor descend. This principle has
i... follu in ,1 t.roe.
tlclvd r,"; o7. . 3 X nJ
he believed would como into gcnoral
use in a very short time, tie consm
crod that this was the most extraordi
nary discovery in connection with the
storag9 of electricity that had ever
boon made. Tlio result would bo that
tho law of gravitation would be over
coaie, and that we should bo ablo ta
surpeiid a body In tho air at any alti
tude and iu any position. Lotulon
m 1 11
Since 1877 pauperism has creatlj
decreased in ParU.
PERSONAL AM) l.ITERAKT.
The Arthur In Tom Hughes' Tom
Drown was Intended for Dunn .Stanley.
Mr. Oscar Wilde intends to como
bnfoi tho public next snn-son m a
ShakS)oarOHti actor, It U said.
IJiieeu Victoria has given, an order
for a bust of lean Mmley to bis niece.
Wins drum, who is a clever sculptor, j
King" Kalakan.Va iianio is pro-1
nouiieeil " Kol-nb kow-ah," with tho i
accent on tho th rd vllable. It mnnns j
In Hawaiian thtu day of battle." j
Helen (.iindstone. the Knlish I
Tremiiir's sister, who lately died al tho i
convent ut ColKcnU. was at one time a J
reigning belle nnd woman of fa-diion '
inioiig tho l-.niish aristocracy,
--Tho luouumeiit to be erected to
Hayard 'l ay lor, at Kennett Square, I'a. ,
bv his .vidow. will eonsUl, of a circular
prcfeiciico to nnv other langnago when
j conversing on books n'ld paintings, lit
( reading she ptcers lo do so inticnuan,
while in general conversation she no-
leits French. I ler criticisms on music j
; are chte'ly in l.ng'.i.lt. Every day she :
lias root to lier tlie JwifJ a:ti muuo oi
' the (ictuuu papers. j
I Jeim iii 'eiiiw's iifo is mure bean- j
i tiful even 1 1 lit la lier p etrv. ller fa. o ,
I is well known among tlie wretched poor i
i of l.ond ei. and tiiroe times n week alto
j gives a d uiicr to the sick poor and ;
; the discharged con . aleseeiits from hoi- ;
pilals. who cit her are unable to .rk ,
; or have not yet found employment. ;
i She on -o said: "I liiit! it one ot the '
j greal pleasiucs of writing that it gives j
; one more money br .such purposes j
; than fails to l he lot of most women.'' !
I The Sultan is described as growing :
morbid in his leais for his personal i
, safety. He drove out twice the other
i day to a mosque, and on each occasion
I tlio route was changed at the last ino
j nient. He seems di.p -ed to become
j a hermit. Ho no lunger invites foreign
diiiloinats to the palace, mid audien
are obtained with great difficult v. 'the
I Spanish Kmbas-ador had to wail forty
! ilm-a litri, it, I i.re'w.tt- n n.l ( lit 11 er il W
hioe iu.re than a mouth.
The man that is burned at the stako
is tired out of existence. Jctvers
i-t'i'i SO! fit.
- Kcr,se tlie. liberty 1 take," m
tho convict saiil when he escaped from
tin' Stale Prison. .n'i.'
- Make an oat o.' this, said the hen
to her brood, as tl.ev garhercd in their
crops. Jiur.ia-ji.nn (,.. .) l. tt
-'the mint who fetes n:nl ?oc iivtay,
t an sTaad it tr. l .iine oile-r il iv;
ll'tt ho w no tr. ai . it n. I lie a te trcatl,
li vu:tmi:it-1 fy lJ ir-r hmii .e cs.
it.' ce 'i P'm'.-:',
-There is more heal in ten cetit.i
nrth 'd vellow mustard, than there is
III a dohar s worth oi coal. Jolt jmi
iiiu-t put the mustard on your Immiiii,
not in thu stove. - I'.url. n k iciav y;.
j ..Some men are born great, some
; achieve greatness, and some sell w hisk v
, nl t(. c,.it.s a g'a-s that would make
j tliur-c:il of the ins do id a stone statue,
' n'ncitU IU rut I.
; ..(;,.11t!cmen, a toast. Fill vour
. .ri.., ,MV tho rich unark.e of tiio
wine, lite tlelicate eavor "11010:1
titiuo I in our necks,'' sugge-ted one '.
tho guests, and tlio toast was iuil linul
slowly. .Vc 'iivii J!i yixUr.
A M:sn-achtnetts farmer who has
cultivated nn acre of onions this year
reckon that he has craw.cd twcn1y-tw,
Holes on h s baud and kii'-es weeding
thcni. An kricesy wav to pit a living.
but wee'. rather not adopt il. Jluilun
A young married man in Shis towu
calls h s w ile Miliaria liccauso she
shakes him up at lcot every other day.
.tv .'er.se 7 A'ti(eivn.sc. A young
married man in thi tow 11 ctlli his wu.j
Poker, because iie hauls bim over tlio
coals regularly each day. HLvultt
i U-.tlmri .Inururi'.
i Have you been kept in again at
school!'" ns'sed an Aiislm father of his
ton. who came slinking home just about
: dark. "Yes, sir, 1 didn't know my
jografy lesson " '(lood Heavens alive,
M.v, if you are kept in mat way now, at
p, little one horse s.'houl, when wo get
the I'ttiversitv at Austin, voil won t ;
to come home once iu thfco mouths "
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Ail OMriitii' "darrlage.
Tbe frequency of divorce in our timo
implies that ji.an-ia.e.s are otten made
iu liusto, and wall little thought. Il the
ceremony were invested W illi more of
the .solemnity of Piuil.in d.i.vs, iho tie
might perhaps be looked u;o:i as more
kaoivd and permanent. He v. Isaac
. liaektts. of Meld. e'.i. .rough, Viks., gives
, n curio is account of Ins wedding:
I "A in aim was .-cd, a hvnui w as sung
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(ireck altar of granite, threo feet six j j" -V'T 4' ' ' - ' -".'v -vT'""'
Imtheshigh nnd two teet eight inches j.;. j." J ;, J . " - j'"'"" i
lr. il:ri!n... t.efirto ' nil 1 1wv It in 'i hi it I tk It I I I
with a I'aiin.'. and on the rutin I a bronze ' ' f'.A. t ' Y : "T i'
bas-relief irinut by Laurent Tliomi- ! f',- '".i.v,"-'--:.-i-, - - j
I Qtt. en Victoria si.eaks Italian in i . J", : i i V I'.S
Mlear Susan by the hatid. and .poKoJ
somwhing of the sons., I had oi our
j a... i u.ting in the Ylt
! tiod, and also how He na I clearly
I HUil n Jirttvei tiuoteii. Alien a iuu iuj
! l--l o.U this pvcrson to be my com
einion and a helper meet lor me
declared tho marriage covenants aud
and she did the biunu lliercupun
Flsqilire Foster aolemuly declared that
we were lawfully husuai.d and wife.
Urother Shopard wished us a blessing
and gave us a good e.bort.itlon, and ai
did some others. Another prayer was
offered, after which all united in sing
ing the Ono-huudred-and-lirst Psalm;
this was followed by a short sermon "
One would hardly like to go through
such a programme a second time.-
A FAIRY AFLOAT.
The following description. rf 1ha f.drr
vew r."ire.s tiled on tins yu.- is liom the
("meiitii Hi Cammrrriul : Tile hull is of the
btuwt B. .i tcil whilo oak, briiced, boit.,l
nndrnet.d in the most ski'ilml unil work
Manlike timuner, utnl irtt.t feet iui rit;ih
1 feet br. it.lill of Iicmi, 21 H i t depth of
lio'd. and draws twenty inches, ol water.
She curies nliihul.irlioilet.multvvo Ix-imtt-I'ul
l.ttle i-nmes, ni:lo rxprsslv f.ir her
by the Oliiij M.iclnnn Co., Midi'llcpurl, o!
'J hp tbtiiin rtK,m is ituuted between tlu
Ih.iler and engine raiins, nnd fs ui i i; u ..lly
:niitud, with freieocil reili'iv. It is lur-m-li.
. in fho t;:ie. n Anne stv le, m il tho
H.lver. eliiuits mid table linen are ol the fine. t
(hiliaeier. The J'ilut -house, cabin, main
n.'es nnd r.i:.i'n'.H oHie.i me on the miloon.
dxk iiel iiro luiuiiutia inL'ieir funii-liui"
,ind deeer.il ions. The .iV"m proper la
frers oed and ci'ded In l'nstl:d.e slyb-. nnd
the ll.kirin'jis riivnreU w ilh '1 utkilMiir X
The furnltnri", in raw silk mid is-ubmv, of
),';... lml. pan.-rn. Ike thai of the.
,i,,:iii.;-li.i!l, iiml ri.di oirUitua of damask
eulilti.ete the luipre.ssiou 01 ft cntuhlf lleat
i:i p.i'.ec 'I I:.) '' ir state. num. s.conMin
b'g two b-flhs ' ,ii are a! -o riiKrli d Willi
1 1 ioul b iiii!-..iii!'iy fiirnUh-.l. The
b'at b. I'.ngs to and was leolt umlir Iho
bi. e!:,,ns !" M -v-rs A. Y'V I' r & Co.,
KiiUiaore. Md., fir their on n xelusive ne
tipi.n i lin ' lino. Mi""!. .ppi and otlu r A'rt
crn rivtrs, aad is run by pickisl ertw of
oi:i : r.'id tni-n in their employ. Tin
object of tiiis b:lrt St' iiui'T la tf raiTV
neither freight tiT jimwuci r. She us
built fir the frm nlvo tiauud. lo bn netl
px.-'.tiive!y by tliein f.r tiitf;'uit:!ij tleir
printed tii. ltd r in tlm riv.r bnvos Sr.
Jxi'oiiS I'll., !m t.rrnt lleni! n JViniily
for iheuniatiMii and other p.u::fid aiiuieiita.
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER.
Th proprietor of thtt cala'ira'ed m ticin
Jntfly claiiTit Jar It a supe-ioruy ovar all ran
dies' vroftVrt t tha puhlit f.rth8AFE,
CERTAIN, SPtEDV a:cl Pl'RMASJ.NT car
of ARUaul ycvor.orl'aills ana Ffvnr.whath
r c( ihtrt tr Ion g fiantticg. Ho tt'.cxt ta th
r.tira Wtrn aj Southai a ennrtry -o bi-sr
Uia tattimony to th truth of th' amcrtioa
that in no ei whatsver will it tu 1 to tare If
th dir.tion are mnclly (ollowea anil car; iel
out. Ia a ft" at inauy catea a iieU Acts has
be?n Tt!t!i;ieul fur a cure, and wftate fsmitira
have btn cured by aainp'.e bottle, with a per.
fee: ieitor.iU.jn of the frrset at bealtii. It ia,
however, present, an 1 In evary cate more eer.
tain to core, If iu ue it eo-uluued ia imatl
!3e for a wrik or two alter th d:eaia ha
k... ihM(.lfAS mnri esnoelcllv in difficult a
, lonj.etani'.inif casev Usually thu medicm
i wlii not raqul: any aid to kit? the towe e la
gocl ot dnr. S'.iould the pttifnt, howercr re
qnii e a caaaanlc me Slct.it. aft r Lavinu takea
t tr r foor il iiaa at the Ton'C alngle dott
Of BULL'S VtlUtlTftBLK FAMILY PILLS
Will be iulhcient,
T ireiiiiine SMITIT'S TOtCStROPmaet
tare DR. JOHf fSUI.L'8pMV?.r.rip on tacit
bottle. DH. JOHN EULLoi.ly hae the rlrhtt
Bunufactnrt a.l aell the oriiriaal J0HS .
EUTiTHS TONIC RHP, of LoaitTillt. Ky.
Examine well tlie abMontach iy.'At. Il "if
private etamp 1 rot on each bcilt d) not
jurtl.ave, or you will b decuived.
xjx.. joiin xt uxjIj,
Manufacturor nnd Vomler of
SMITH S TCNlC SYRUP,
EULL'S WOI'.M DESTROYER,
TH Populnr Rnnsecllea of tho Da.
rtln.lpal Ofllf, 8IU Haia St I 01 IM 11.11
i e. -vtj f-
i.i ill.."- tn
V. . .1 . I., ,t l . I.i.llel el. t.a "I Hi-
inoeh lt'a", willed ktt'.irrat.'
wl l.teit t!e!;lnii itt"" UI lnr) ii-rf-n-
In cuiij a n'i'oa
TM It !l !l. Itcv.r.. i;:-.n I IV eu e . , .i.i I
t It. ;i. OH'. Il, i !, HI , ,,,i,l-ll l
Vi ti it. Vt aAk'fc".! J. 'iiU'.e uui i "'
AIHNT3 I in
LIFE OF GARFIELD
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anS .w-ir.e..t. (-Mia tor oirv.ti '"1"" . JM fat
l. kl, on a rHa i'v-"i ... so a l,i
aa.irM. AMltl IKXli
a.oii ant " L, I-..UI. l
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!.... I.Umlrtt in tn
Coui.t.l wI aavauoejrra.tuUl to . lil'"
i. i.. k . at '1 ir l,i nn " "
YOUHQ MEN yaffiKr
b 1 1 rrTf3anifn
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