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How a Soared Wildcat and a Fierce
Bull Dog Entertained an Audience.
[Gold Hill (Nev.) Nervs.]
There was a fight advertised to
come off at the Alhambra Theatre
Sunday afternoon, between an East
ern fighting bulldog named Turk
and a forty-two pound wildcat, a
vicious brute, for $100 a sido-that
is, the cat and dog wore to fight for
their lives and men bot $100 a side
on the result. The fight was to be
followed by a grand olio on the
stage. It was an immonso bill, and
it drew. In due Lime the cat vas in
troduced upon the stage and was
immediately followed by Turk ; but
at the first kiss of the dog the cat
took to the audience, and the olio,
instead of being poformed by the
troupe, was done by the spoectators,
tooth and toe-nail accompaniment.
The first bound of the cat took it
upon the piano of the orchestra.
The pawer of ivory left the swelling
strain unfinished, and turned a back
handspring over among the audi
ence. The next leap of the "var
mint" was at the contrabass, and
both player and instrument went
down instanter with broken beads.
The cat lingered lovingly a monient
among the strings as if to test. their
quality, and then sprang out among
the audience. Then began an oli'
in dead earnest, but not the ono adver -
tised, although the fight was over.
It consisted of ground and lofty
tumbling, leapfrog and such liko
feats of dexterity, all having a single
objet-to amuse the audience by a
glimpse of sunlight out of doors and
under the free light of Heaven once
more. It was perfectly satisfactory
as a whole, and each player did his
best. Time-shortest on record
1:69. Everything went off well,
espocially the audience. The cat
was found a few minutes lator look
ing out of one of the boxes and
waiting for an encore.
A NEW UsE FOIR WARTs.-DP.
Charles A. Seale, of New Yor'k, an-1
nounces in the Mledical Record that.
warts of the hand can be used with|
better results than small pices of
normal skin, in skin grafting, ini
consequence of being easily separa
ted, uninjured, in to numerous cylin -
drical rods of great vascularity, and'
containing a large proportion of1
hypotropied epithelium, which when
planted in healthy granulating
tissue, readily adapt themselves to.i
the new soil. receiving direct
nourishment, and quickly growing
as starting pqints for a new and I
smooth epitholial covering.
In one case, in which there haz -
been complete destruction of all the
skin on the dorsum of the foot. in
volving to a great extent the deep
cellular tissue, and where for sevo
ral weeks no healing advanced,
grafts of freshly removed wvarts
from the p)atient's hand immediately
started little islands of now tissue,
which rapidly increased, until they
coalesced and met the margins of
the border skin, thereby completely'
covering the foot by firm, protecting:]
-- integum~ent.-Sienti/ic Am merican.
A FRANELN REIC IoIsoovERED.-.
A spoon brought home last wo'ok by
Captain J. W. Buddington, of th~o~
New Lo'vdon whaling s.choonor,
Simmond, from Repulse Blay, whero
an Esquimau gave it '4o him, prioves
to be of solid silvor' and bear's a
faded crest, drhich has been ider tinl.
ed at Wat'kinson Library as that
of the Franklin family, of England.
This settles its genuineness as a relic
of Sir John Franklin.
revenue of the English Patent
Ofice is being greatly increased by
the number of ap)plications for ap)
pliancos in connection with the
electric light. It is said that as
many as two or three ap)plications'
are filed every day, and that the
inventive genius of the Old .World
has never been so active as at the
Many physicians are prescribing.
I. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup because they
know It is a good remedy for chil
dren and is warranted not' to con
tain either opium, mnorphia, p are
gorio or laudanum, the base of the
tisual soothing remnedies.*
.Jl1 -A-1B1tA C.
Tihe -Marquis of Lorno wears a kilt
Of cotton cloth the United States
exported last year 120,000,000 yards,
whi', the amount in 1871 was Lut
Ex-Goyernor Polham, of M%aine,
thinks the liberal clergy road too
many essays and preach too few b
few seunons. t
The Population of Memphis was
40,003 only three months ago. Now
it his been reduced to 2,500 whites
and 8,000 Africans.
Gov. Geo. S. Houston, of Alaba
ma, W1ho has just been elected
Sonator, was a Union man in 1861,
and was silent during tihe war,
When the Marquis of Lorno land- 1
ed be \vore an olivo greon suit. The
Marquis woro also cardinal bait. c
Senator Bayard says tht "the
conversion of National Bank notes 11
into grenbackt is the conversion of:
taxable into untaxable property."
The Journal of Xicroscopy says
the entire Bible could be photo
graphedI on a little more than an L
inch and a half. It could be ph)o- T
tographod nearly ten times on an
ordinary postad card.
King Humbert, of Itally, is re
ported to be far from w%ell. le
looks pale and attenuated, and his
chest is affected. If his illness
should prove failtal the throne will
go to his 'ittle son Victor Em
Saephen D. Dillayo shows ihat
$2,000,000,000 of the realizoml wealth
of tihe nation, 'or one-twentieth of
the aggregate wealth of the United
States, is, by laws of favori.eisi
and laws of privilege, exemjpt from
the burdens of Ltxation.
.4 PAIROT STORY.
A few days ago citizen, who had
been ol the lookout for' a pirrot for
Som timiv, was riding by a house on
Prospect stiect, when the very bird
he wanted wa s uel y d1isCov' red.
Hlavinig coivinceed himself that Poll
WaMs a good (1alk(A', lh0 soon struck *
It bargain, and borO her away from
.he colored wom.m. who needed
cash more than pets. Ton days
passed, amid yet Poil did not utter
., note, though she had every care
md seemed healthy enough. Tho
rormer owner was sent for to solvo
tle mystery, and tCoro wa4 a h-ige
grin on her ountomaince as sheo B
ubb'vod i,be sunnuons.
"Ntfin' ails dat bird-nuflin t'all
copt dat you doan' understalnd
him," she explained a.3 rl looked
into the cage.
Placing the cnge on a chair. oil
th veandah, she gave it a sIuke,
drew a long breath, and be'gan:
"'Now, de-n, you internmal, m,is-'bXe
lyin', cheat in'--! wak.m upl an' gi'i
18- -! anm' let dis gem'len seeo d; t
rou am all righlmt, an'--! donn' be
m!lkin' 'ron no mo'! Wakeo up
lari ! yon--b)iekguard ! 110op.
ip dat voice, ye-- illan !"
.The parro)t inunatediaty wike. up
md~ began ehattrinmg an I singing,
id i a inute was altogether a .
"Yer' see, dis yare' bird must lbe
inworo at rig'larmly twic'e a uday," ex,j
>hItineCd theL wvomian, "ori lie won't
na sing.lo squsawl HeI's bcoen
>r'ung iup dat waIy, an' yell hov~ to
1:amIar him inm it.''
"Bunt 1 ean't swear ait him w'onn
--I belong t.) time chr eb !"' exclainei
A the cit izen.
"Den de is5.us will hov' to, sahi."
"My' wife swear' !"I
"W~ell, den, git de hired mari,
caso dis bird bmez got to he swore'd
it, ani' d1oan' you forgit it.."
" ell, then, I dlon't want hi m at
ill, and you ay take him away.
NIo oatu shall over be uttered on
nyi promlises, pot or no pt.
" 'D)eed, sah, Ize a heap obleegol,
ikinflint of a criowb-h)it, w.dk 'lung
amaH wid ine or Il knowck de
itud. off yo' shmoui'rs ; come 'long,
say ; do,an you fe-el 'shmamued
"Cheese it ! cheese it ! eheese it!'
md us. the lhi d wans bor-ne away,
~he cifizen wiped his browv, and
"T1his world is getting so wvioked -
that a good man is scarcely safe in
anying a stone dog."-i)etroit Pric
Tnp. COsT OF IsEoURITY.--Theo H
front r'obbery of the Manhaittan
Salvings Bank hase incited am Hera/l
isvriter' to hook up the more notable
nurglaries of the past fifteen years.
r'ho list omibr'aca some seventy
[lve or more banking institutions 8
that have suffered inl this way, the
aggregato loss footing up about
$15,000,000. Tfhums it 'apears that P
in this country alone, in ono class
of robberies, an average loss of a
million dollars a year' has .been sus
tained. A sibigle yeai''s burglar tax
would probably supply time locks ./
and electric alarms to every bank
vanlt in thliand
r 1. E A UG U
UCCESS has sImiled on my siort p
day will offer greator bargains than
st, which I will warrant to be as clhe
SHOES, SHoiES, SHOES--Bough
bo sanmo at pices never b-fore board
HATS, HAT6. all gradest and qpud,ii
0 c1ts, sold evervwhere at 85 and )
10 dozen Ladies' Hats to be sold it
alicoes, (1- centm.
rood Linvoys at 15
entucky Jeans Comimencing 10 1
en1tueky Jeans, soietling
extra, 20c. Il) to the linest :134 "
nssimeros and Tweeds from 25 cs.
ip to the finest palntsi Pattern.s at ]
four and five dollars.
.avy Canton J1.lnnel, sold every
place at 15 and 16 cts., only 10 ets. 4
leelid Shirting commencing at
6- cents up to Fruit Loom). 4-4
shirting, 10 cents. ]
'amstta 4 4 shirting, 12}49
onsdale (lambrie, 15 "
owels commencing at 8 cents ar d
ra1ging up to the lino Damask,
at 25 and 30 cents.
JOHN L. MI
The Leador of Low Prices -- -
EW FU E
FOR DESIGN AND WOR1C
~ET T - T I'T'T.T
oforc making your purchases elsewh
- LUMBER AT PRICES TO SU
REPAIRING NEATLY :
UNDEL T LKER
I keep on ban full supply of
fle s of the fine.t finish. Also, a eci
3EST FAMILY SE
Fhe "NEW AMERICAN" is easily learned, doi
with loss labor than any other machinc. 1111
.1 S.'DOVEY, Manager, 634 N. (
JI BJA , Agenit for Fatirfield
New Summer' Cook.
lie Safefy .
7Jr DOES NOT II EAT THE HO0 USE
rfect for all kinds of Cooking and Heoat
Always ready and reliable.
o most satisf iotory Stove miade and the
* Send for airculars.
wVIINEYuo I.thL MFG.a CO.
cofit system and on an.1 after Mon
cver as you will see by my prico
tp as Chester, Columbia or Charles
t for hard cash and will be sold for
-ies. A bi- drivo in a man's hat at,
on-fourth their original cost.
Savo youir coppers, just think what
ou can buy for one dollar in fancy
L44 buttons for shirts or calico 5 ets.
krthur & Co.'s Needles, Sharps, sold
every place at 10 cts;, only 5 cts.
"inls, .3 "t
1.nirpins, 2} "
ino Toi!ot Soap, 3 "
oo- Mac;ino Cotton, 200
yards, Black S)0ol, 3 "
teel Thimbles, metal linod, 2 "
3est Unlaundried Shirt mande, 95 "
very good Unlaundriod Shirt,75
Don't forget the place.
"IL Z. 44TOE-0 C1.30,
- -- Winnsboro, S. C.
,NTED AS REPRE SENTED.
t THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Childron Car
For prices, call at the first
:T THE TIMES.
DONE 17 MODEMATE PRICES.
) TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalic and Roseowood Cases an d
e:tp stock of Coflins,
IT Is TIII
ONLY SEWING MACHINE
Whi1Chi 1 A .
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lig;htest RLuning
A New andi Simple Device
Winding the Dobbin,
*"Ao ia'ane"I met l wth.*
out Uutreadi' the
The Elmplost, tho TMost Durable,
and in every rospect the
a not cet out of order, and will do more works
matrated Circular furnished on application.
harles Street, Daltimore, M4.
SELLING OFF !
FRjHE subscr iber, having fully doter
-. mined1 to c lose the present businoss
as soon as poss ible, wvill soil, from this
ouit until the '23rd of Novombeor, tho en.
tire stock of goods. wv hieh embraoes a fine
lot of Clothing, Hats, Dry Goodls, Notions,
Hlosiery, Boots anmd 8 hoes, at and under
COST FOR CASH ONLY
after . which timo the ronmining stook
will be disposed of at public anotion3
until thec salo in completo.
S. S. WOLFE.
O.IW&.fl I. O HEES!O HEE SEI
OOLLDBS. Ohoice Factory Oheose
'J As low as the lowest.
oct 1'7 UT. G. n1ESRTR8411
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