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TLE NEWS AND HERALD.
TI RI.WERKLY EDITION.
COLON1L DrCiK W1INTA 1eITH.
At the. Galt House years ago,
was collected a crowd of congenial
spirits, most of whom are now dead
or scattered. Among th.om was
Col. Richard Wintersmith, now, I
believe, a resident of Washing ton.
He was Secretary of State of Ken
tucky in,those days, but when th<
war broke out, went South witi
Breckinrido and Preston and th<
rest. He was a great friend of
Breckinridge and a warm advocatc
of that gentleman's claims to be
come resident of the Southerr
Confederacy. 'One day, in the Gali
House, just before the Kentucky
party started South, Breckinridg<
came up to a group in which the
Colonel was the centre, s tt. down or
his knee, threw his arm about hie
neck, and said: "Dick, when I an
President I want you to ask for any
office you want, and it's yours."
"No office for me, Mr. Brockin
ridge," said the Colonel ; "but whej
you are President there is one
thing I'd like for you to'do. I wan
you to come to me in some publi(
place like this, sit down on In;
knee, put your arm around m:
neck, and just call me 'Dick.' That't
all, I'll take cure of the rest."
I heard anothor story of Colone
Dick in the Galt House the othe
night, where tho stories are told o
him without number. It appear
that the Coloni was on his wa;
down Pennsylvania Avenue with hi
wife to call on Mr. and Mrs. Hayes
Just before them was a slight am
undersized attache of one of 'th
foreign legations. Colonel Winter
smith is over six foot tall, and largc
in proportion. Mrs. W. made son
remark which the foreigner over
heard and considered insulting. H
turned fiercely on the Colonel.
"I hold you responsible for that
sir," he said. "I will hold you re
sponsible A this lady's lusbatnd."
"No, you don't," replied Colonc
Richard, who was ia particularl,
gallant soldier during the wai
"No, sir- She's got a father, an,
she's got brothers. Go to then
I'm no blood relation."
Colonel Dick had his joke, an(
town the laughed the foreigner on
of his craving for gore.-Louiisvil
Snh TnoUGH'r SHE KNEW.-Th
passengers in the sleeping coacl
woro just dozing off,. when some
thing howled out: ,,
- 0.. -w-,WWOW
"Great dragons 1. there's a yount
one aboard 1" growled a fat mai
from his upper berth. "I'll bet
hundred dollars none of us can go
a wink of sleep to-night."
"Wow-wowv I" whined the child
"There he goes again I" growle<
the fat man. "I never travel but:
run across seome one's offspring."
"Who's that talking ?" called th<
mother of the child, in a lou<
"Me I" answered the fat man
"WVhy didn't you either leave thal
child at home or stay at home your,
"Are you talking to me ?" de'
mnanded the womin.
"Yes, mna'aim, I am ! I say it is e
shame to bring a sick child into a
Bleeping car to disturb twenty em
"Are you a father ?" she asked.
"No, I hain't."
"Nor a mother ?" she continued.
"No, ma 'am."
"WVell, sir'," she said, as she poked
her head out between, the enrtains,
"when you have been the mother of
eleven children, moved forty-eight
times, lived in nine different States,
you'll begin to think you knowv yom
own business. I think I know
mine, and if that baby w.ants tc
howl, ho's going to do it, if I have
to come over there and kick a tot
and a half of conceit out of you."
A "QUEER OLD DUF'ER."-.A ver)
-good story is related of a clerk ir
the employ of one of the loading
hardware kh'ms in this city, locatod
on River street. While in conver.
sation the other day with a friend, i
grave, dignified looking gentleman
who had evidently passed th<
meridian of life, entered the stor<
and proceeded in the direction 0.
the business office. "Who is tha
queer old 'duff'er 1' "innocently ask
ed the clerk. "Why, don't yoi
know him 1' emark&d'"the *friepd
"Of courge I don't. Oecaosiffll,
he comes i our. - tore, but nvel
talks to any"of us c.ao how. can1
fellow find out -who ho is ?" Th<
reply of the frienid 4ioubtless
trifled as wGIer ~ i g
employo, whlo,A4uo ~~d , I1
the "queer,;old4 T (a tlyosa
ior mem )et of th . ein for Which Jh
had been v. 'to~
unsophistioc d-yogfij ,tie ouoend
or, if posBil9 to ascetain 1go airi
his employ n'A litijoney
a. be n ssany lo ompl
e~atnd, buNWhef te infor'mai
obtipd the young gentlemaim
11 debiless exerince a feeling
A TORPID LIVER
is the fruitful source of many diseaes, prowl
nent among which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS,
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of A.ppetite and Nausea, the bowels
are costive, but sometimes alternate with
looseneast a inthe Heai, accompanied
withaDullsensationin the back part,Patn
intie ria ed? and under the shoulder'
blade, fullness after eating, with a diin
olination to exertion of body or mind, Irri
tabilit5~of~temper, Low apirits, Lose of
memory, with a feeling of having neglected.
beme duty General weariness; Dizzinas,
Pluttering at the Heart. Dote beforo the
oyes, Yellow Skin, Headache gener
over the right eye, Reatlessnes at ni
with fitful dreams, iighly colored Urine.
IF THESE WARNINQS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are ospecially adapted to ouch
cases, a single, doso effects
such a chango of feeling as to
astonish tho sufferor.
are cotnpoundod fron nnbatancee thnt nre
free t'ron any proporties that ean lultare
the nast delicate orgaulzatintt. They
Search, Cleanse, Purity, astd Iai, trorate
the entliro yste,n. By relieving the en"
gorgeil Liver, they cleanse the blood
fro nt polannous hunttors, and lhus Ininrt
hsalth and vitality to the body, eniaing
the bowels to act uaatntally, vithout
which no one can feel well.
A Noted Divino says:
Dr. TUTT:-Dear Sir- For ten yea, I have been
a martyr to Dyspeps ia, donetipati.. tedi Pile,. mat
Bpring our 1atl awere recomnmended t.. mo. I na,eed
thiem ( ut with ittle faith}. I am now a welt man,
have good appetite, digestton perfect, , ,"rular MtONi,
Sisgone ,and [havegain dr tttou nsod floah.
o .g re R tv.1 1 ILouisrile, Ky.
Their first effect is to Increase the Appetite,
and cause the body to Take on Fleah, thas the
sytem lsnourlabed, and by their Tontc Ac
tlon on the I)igeative Organs, Regular
Stole are produced.
OR, Jt Ft HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
Few diseases exist that cannot be relieved by re.
storing the Livor to ita normal functions, and for
hs u no romedy hug ever beon invet-d that
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Omce 35 Murray Street, New York.
1W Dr. TUTT'8 MANUAL of Valuable Infor
ination and Useful Recelpts" will be nailedfres
TUT'S HAIR DYE.
tacaaY HAI on Wnrsxais changed to a G ossy
t Laottba slas)e application of tl la J)YE. It ins.
parnts a Natural (Jolor. acts Instantnetanousy, and is
as Harmlssas spring water. bid by Druggilats or
sent by c=press on receipt, of $1.
Offioe, 35 Murray St., Now York.
NEW A DV ERTIS1M1E. NTS.
rinag thee 8pring at nd summner. For f).ull 1.art I'.
usatia ltress J1. C. MlC itD)Y't CO., PIldladtel
J0ItNSN'.J\8 Ancriyne* inlinataa will nAlp.-;itive
1y pre'vent his I aIerril di,. ene'~', an I wl ut.
tlve ly cure ntin ense ac. Ina tn. Infaoratatiton
tht wE I save i:ny ulItvei o'ent (ree~ by ail.
Doun't ai lay itaJal:oentI Paav reventio 1 ) b1ie
thant can e. Soldi evray whaere. I. 8. JUlNiON
& CO., I 'tngor', 3!aine.
A B ENSO)N'S 4X. PrINI
FOlt WVO .l i-:N A N t u iti(lN
Femles suffeTr ing f roml pain1 cad
wcteae will deri'va gre'at comaforti and
strength froamLI ath u of ll.nson'sa Capcine
edi witha whao'ping e'ni!.h ortdin iry coughsa
or Colas or weak lungs, it iisN i'o oneC andi
artieto (o aItat i in mxlictn elemeantsg
such as 1.Is fttad in 'an other remtau y In tahe
same forma. It ist far snlpori,r I 'ommlfonl
poous pica) Ors, linhim-mltA, e'laori 11 appli
anees andi ot,lor Oexternalt roal" . It re
lieiK p tint at On~o, trengthetta i dIre's
wheare of haer lacstnrs i~ll not; i't'ia liecve.
For lame ba:ck and weak back, rhoue nf~i~aim,
.kidnay dlit3ets and1( all locali achoes p.t int it
ias the ' .'I, kanawn remedyl.. A.'k for lion.
aaon'a. Ca pclne lastera and~ talke nao Other.
-Sold by alt druglsts. P'rice '25 conatt.
---PE'RMANENT.LY CUR ED.
DII. 'T. A. SLO)CUMA'S G itiCA'T Itll.ci c. DY
taken in conjunnct ion wit.h lisa
COMIPOUJND IMUI8I0N OF PU B COD
fIlifi 113')dphOiip)l1tUS of
A FHEE B8TTLE "'P*:
tion sent, by cxpreassoec sutffering ap
plcant- seinil their inamie P. 0. & Expres
addra to D) . '1. A. Slocumn, 1181 Pearl Street,
All, Aweont Wantted its tills Locality, to Supply tho Itapid Dom
$11?5.0O 1'101 '1 1 1KW .1 I1I1 Ax Y. fits . W.VD WA ON LJ Vr Ek FD,AN'
N I'a11 NG 800( IWS L IKE Si (UE8S.
lhte Former Iligh Priecd Machine Reduced t6
Thorouglly warrranted and sent to you for examination beforo you pay for it. And
ito obligation to k-p one, if notlt :":rrat that any iaShine you over had. Every
t';anti'y cani new own at ir il-vlas Newing mn -whin. Tho old favorito and rolial4o
standar,ld E tX MA C_INEV $20. Acknowlcdges NO SUPERIORl 1i
' Ave Cannot Mke a Botter M1Ch11n- at Ally P1 ica. o
THil 111GILEST P-iallU'l awarded the stitch at tho CENTE'NNIUL.
A strirtly Fir:s-ut-as shuttle double thretnd lock titch attiolnieo, more com
plet e in equttipentut.s than ut y other, i ad combininig till tho latoi imtprove- b
natuts, with t.i old ant wel tried analitto. for which the
STA.M)AlD IS SO POPULA 11.
A fait.hful family sewing machine in eve ry sense of tho word --that runs smlooth
and ales (very description if phitin or fancy me,,w-ing w itl easo and certainty--so
strong and well ma,le, ant- .o oio roughly temett while in use for years in thots
aunds of linilies, that ea h to ae iin: thaC leaves ot r) factorv is warranted for ti,o
yu,trs, and ket it uralar trea of eaaiarg. Mer it;'fii tlo 1 tit one if not p'rfe ct
ly satithtetery. lei dcel in price tar do% it helow tll other tatihines. No extraF.
to pay for. E.ch taiehia is accom llp.anie 1 by it more complot outfit of numeroul
atnt useful attachmtents for all kinds of wr-t (frsu of tiny extra charge) than is
giCven atith attny other ttiahelini at any price. The Standir.l M behino hats morogood
ttilitics than those of double tho price. Light and eaiy running, I Child cl use
t. 4trong anal durable, never out of order. Rapid a.n certaia in execution. No.
useoles5 cogs or cais to %ear out or make a noiso. Wilt last for years . Is ready in
at mtomitent, tand 1.n1 ler.,tood in in hour. Makes the dunblo t liread loc I titch alik
oil both sides of the goods, from cambtic to leather, ut,es a sl-ort, tinitht and
Strong neetde, extra lnug, large, easily threaded shuttle. Wi th new automatic
testiion. Large bobbis captatble of holding one hundred .ards of thread. A
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tin a ; gr.tat calaacity for a wide range of work. It is the best machine in principle
ittad in point atof constiiction. Use it at once atnd you will uso no other. Active
nteca"its wanted in this vounity to receive orders and deliver maichines. Extra in
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ItR0A ) WAY & CLINTON PLACE, New York. fob 4-tf
NEW FURNITURE !
FOR DESIGN AND WORKMANSHIP UNEQUALED.
E,VERYTIIING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic
tures, Wall Pockets, Bracta
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
'T TR J TT TEJ STO~E-E
'Before making your purchases elsewhere.
LUMREI AT PRIQES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MOJ)ERATE PRICES
ALSO ' iEPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER.
UNDERTAKER'S DEPART MENT.
I keep on hand a fi11 supply of Metalic and Rosewood Cases r.n
Collins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
BUY THE NEW AaRCN
IT IS THE
ONLY SEWING MACHINE
S - Celf-Threading Shuttlo.
It has Self-Setting Needle.
- Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Running
A Now and Simple Devico
Winding the Bobbin,
-- _ Wihutrmoig the strop from~
out Uu hreadlu the
The Simplost, the Most Durable,
and in every respeot the
BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
The "NEW AMERICAN" is ensily learned, does not cet out of order, and will do more work
with less labor than any other machine. Illustrated Circular furnished on application.
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1the toten, offers and nran thes to the
pu lio inducements unup e'v Cnb Fresh Stlon for $1.00.
other house in the placo. = spp,
plied with the best in the mar c9 .COm.
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