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THE NEWS AND .iERALD.
TIU-WREK I lDfITIONc -
The drollest disturbancd that ever
took place within the walls of a
theatre happEned at the Haymarket
in 1805. Years previous, Foote
had produced at that house a bur
lesque piece, the author of which
was never known, entitled "The
Tailors ; or, a Tragedy for Warm
Weather." The satire of the piece
gave. great umbrage to the craft
after which it was called. In the
year aboven imed rowton announced
its revival for his benelit. The bills
were scarcely issued when he re
ceived a letter requesting him to
change the play, as it was iighly of
fensive to the trade, and promising
if he would do uo he should be as,
sured of a full house. Dowton took
no notice of this communication,
upon which the knights of the needle
waxed wroth, called a meeting, and
swore they would oppose him with
might and main. Menacing epistles
now pour( d ii upon him, in which he
was infol mel that 17,000 tailors
would attend the theatre to hoot
down the play. One who signed
himself "Deth" wrote to the pro"
prietoi s to say that 10,000 more
could be mustered if necessary.
Dowton laughed at these threats,
and persisted in his programme.
But when the night came he soon
discovered they were not idle ones.
The brotherhood had contrived to
monopolize not only every seat in
the gallery save two, but to till every
other part of the house. Dowton's
appearance was the s&gnal for the
uproar to begin; a pair of shears was
thrown at him ; he offered ?20 to
any person who would point out the
man who threw them. His offer
was received with a yell and a show
er of other missiles. Not a word
would the audience listen to; in vain
did he now oler to change the piece
to "Village Lawyer;" they would ac
cept no compromise, and the uproar
within was echoed by a crowd with.
out who could not gain admittance.
The riot now became so violer>t
that it was necessary to send for a
magistrate and a force of constables;
these were powerless against the
immense number of rioters. This
victory over the law rendered them
more daring and furious than ever ;
fears began to be entertained for the
safety of the building and the lives
of the actors. A troop of Life
Guards was sent for ; this quickly
settled the matter ; there was a
general stampede, but not before 16
had been captured in their flight.
Another planet has just been dis
covered. Polisa, of Berlin, is the
detective this ime tthat is to be
credited with the honor of bring
ing to light and to catalogue a body
which has hitherto managed to keep
out of the way of the keenest tele
Scope. It is of the eleventh magni
tude, and is situated in Leo. This
completes a list of 192 known aster
oids between Mars and Jubitor.
When 99 were found a reward was
offered for the discovery of the next
one. According to the Rochester
Union, Pm ofessor Swift, <(f that city,
the well known star-gazer and star
hunter, expects that a reward will
niow be offered for the discovery of
the one that will fill out the num
ber to 200.
FRESU GARDEN SEEDS
at the lowest cash prices.
J. Mt. BEATY & CO.
LIVES ARE OFTEN LOST.
B Ythe use of cheap Kerosene. Got
one of our safety Lamps in which
even the most dangerous oil is safe.
$20,000 Saved Yearly to Fairfield
When onr farmiera learn to purchase
Chemicals and make their own fertilizers.
Gall and get a book telling how it can be
deo 28 MoMASTER & BRICE.
JANOS Bitter Water, Yeast Cakes,
elBull's Cough Syrup, German
Syrup, Rat Exterminator, Gum
several Stewart~ Sewing" Mrehines,
being th6 "improved Singer," for
bior *g are is
ach 4~ , oMAsan ~& BRIoE.
iae in s*okl kinds~* Steel Plow.
Als. 1.0; ~lt4, pgs 1tode, Trace
for laying Plow., &o.
*. PIL S
the,fruitful source of many diseaes, promi
nont among which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS,
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AUUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, ilDNEY COM
PLAJNT,.COLIC, ETC..' ,
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Apetite and NauseaLthe bowels
are iosi, but sometimes alternate with
togne aw, in the Iad, accompanied
wit aDui1 sensationinthebackpart,Pain
~erijhTiie and under the shoulder
blIad,fllness aftereating, with a diein
A n to exertion of bo rmnIri.
Ei_b1ity of temper,, Low spirits, Lose of
memnory, with a'feling of having neglected
some duty,_General weariness; DizzinessI
'iitiiig at the Heart, Dote before the
eyeli idn ,~ adohe genialy
over th e'r h eye, Restleinss atnigeht
with fitful dreama, hlghly colored Urine.
IF THBBE WARNINBG ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL BOON BE DEVELOPED.
are especially adapted to. such
oases, a sIngle dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
are eempewaded from substances that are
free fre any properties that can li cre
the set dlicteerganntlou. They
Search Cleanse, Parity, and Invigorate
the saieSystem. By relieving the enn
gorged Liver, they cleanse the blood
era poieonus humers, and thus Impart
besh and vltalilty to the body, causing
the bowels to act naturally, without
whc en ne can foel well. -
A Noted Divini says :
Dr. TUTP:-Dear Sir For ten year. I have been
5m}rtyr to .n eedontpatton and Piles. Las
Spris ytour N-...wer recommended to me; I used
them (but with little faith?. I am now a well man,
nave good appetite, digestion erfect, regular stool.
liles gone, and I havs gained fort, pound. solid flesh.
Voey are worth their wight in gold.
Asv. I. il IPBON, Louisville, Ky.
Thefirst effect is to Increase the Appetite,
and cause the body to Take on Flesh, thus the
sstem is nourished, and b their Tonie Ac.
tl orethe Digestive rgans, Regular
Stools ae produced.
i DR. J, Ft HAYWOOD, !
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
'Few diseases exist that cannot be relieved by re.
s ring the Liver to it. normal function and for
ita no remedy has rer been inv n(td that
haahppy an eQ0 soaT T'S PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ofce 35 Murray Street, New York.
1W Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation and Useful lteceipts" will be mailed fres
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
daar'; owWutax ca hange to a Orossx
V oi o igle app catton of ths DYS. It im.
prtal atnrai Oolor, acts Instantaoeowslr, and in
as Harmless as sprigg water. Sold by Druggists, o
sent by express on receipt of $1.
Ofoe, 35 Murray St., New York.
R . 01 t$111 )'
ring the Spring atl summer. For fil patrtl(.
iliara addlres.' J. U. McCULTiIDY & CO., Ph Ia del
JOllNS'JON'S~ Aniody ne i.lnitnent wtill p:,sitlive'
1y prevent thIs terrible dlisease, anl wvili posI
lively, cure nine calses in Ien. IniOfomtin
that wi I save mnaicy Iivesi sent free b,y mail.
Don't d lay a nmit. P'revent 1 on Is het t.er
thn n c. 8(11( evrywhere. I. S. JOllNSON
, HENSON'i CA P4:INE
FOlt WO3IEN AND (CII,DLDItN
Fenmkes sufler ng fromu paIn and
weakness wvill derive great coimfort a ndt
strength from the ie of Benscion's Capelne
Porous Plaster. Where children are ailTect
led with whoopn cough, ordinary coughs
1only treattnent they shiould re lve. This
articlecaan e mlen eeet
such as Is fouiiI ini nootrrm ynth
poros plasters. nn,I a .
ances andI other ext,ernal remedIos . I r
lleves p.tin at once, st,rengthe'ns ad cures
where other plasters will not eve n lieve.
For lame back andI wieakc back, rhcoumiatismn
kidney disease and nil local aches pains iL
Is the best known remedy. Ask for Ben -
son's Capcitno Plaster anl t,ake no ot,her.
Soild by all druggists. PrIce 25 cents.
a ONSUMPHTION g
-PERMANENTLY CU.A AD.
D1L..T. A. 81.00UM'8 GitEAT IlE.... DY
taken in conjunction w ith his
COMPOUND EMULSION OF PU E 001)
LI VEli OIL
and hsypaphos phItes of
A F REE BLuT TL Ep*'a'*
tion sent by ex press teahsuifreing ap
p lcant sending their name P. 0. & Express
(dress toD D. T. A. Sloctum, 181 Pearl Street,
An Agent aitoI in this Locality, to Supply the Rapid Demand
$125.00 10R IW.1:li A11 ASY. MOR1.S1 AND WVAOONPURNISHED FRE E
NOTHING SUCUEEDS LIKE.SU.JCCESS.
1 ho Yormier High Priced Machino Reduced to
Thoroughly warrrainted and sent to you for examination befora you pay for it. And
net obthgatioln to ku^,> o0, i' nt wi-.'r:tt than any machino you over had. Every
Lmi y can n< w own a fir.t-cbi4 sowin m rit,mieo. 'Tiho old favorite and reliablo
tular I eIt WJ'ING MA CIIINI $20. Acknowledga,s NO SUPELMIOR I I
We a1m1ot Make a otteri Mtciin 1 at 11y Price. o
'TlE I1ll* PRMU.\ awardo.l th. stitch at the CENT'EN)IAL.
A strictly Fir<t-olaws slittlo double threed look titch machino, m-010 com
,1 plete in equlipltmeents than any other. atnl combining all the lute i mprove- t
iients, with tiu old an 1 tvatlt trio,l gj ilitios for which the
StTAINDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A f:ithful family ,-!!win, nv'tino in every sonse of the word--that rulns smooth
I. .do.,s u.or; descri;ition )t'pa in or fancY swing witt enso and certiinty--so
stron i and woll a , n111.1 So t.oroighly tsteo while i ii use for years in thous
andl.; of fiimilies, that each im iainou twiat leatv;s otir factory is warranted for i.o
Ye 11. and kopt in order frev of eharge. Money I'ftuiid'o 1 at onloe if not p rfect
1' Hattishetory. IlI iced in price tatr lowl i below all other machine. No extrar
to paly for. E re uaIchi -o is iuotmpanic 1 by a more complete outfit of ntuerou
ilrd uswful attachimnts for all kinds of wort (fr: o of iny extra chargo) than is
givel a ith any other maolino at auy prico. The Standard Machin has more good
qutalitics than those of doublo thu pric.. Li;ht aind asy running, a child can us
t. -'trong and durablo, never out of order. Rapi.d alnul certain- in execltion. No
useless cogs or cams to wear ont or mako a noism. Will last for years. Is ready in
at Moment, and i n lerstood in an hour. Makes the double thread lo ek sfilc h alik
on both sidos of the goods, fromt cambi ic to leather, uoes a al ort, t.trauigl.t and
Strong needle, extra long, large, easily threaded shuttle. Wi th nt.v automatic
tenus1iOn. Large bobbins capable of holding on hundred % ards of thread. A
largo, ttrong muehinte with great width of arm, giving it many desired qualtics
antl i grt. capacity for a wide rango of work. It is the best machine in principle
adI inl p1 iit of .-onstruction. Use it at onice and1 you will use no other. Active
agents wantted in this conity to receive orders and deliver machintes. Extra in
dic'eiets offered clergymen, teachers, bnsiness tmen, &e. Illustrated
boolk, samplus of work, m ith price list, &e., free. Safo delivery of gools guaran -
teed to anly lart of the world. Address, STANDAlD SEWING:r MACHINE CO.,
BROADWAY .-. ClNTON PLACE, New York. fob 4-tf
NEW FUIRNITUBE !
FOR DESIGN AND WORKMANSHIP UNEQUALED.
EVERYTHING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spiing Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
-__. ' - .r"=" _wvin.v.v x= class
FTR]IT TJRE STOTUE
Beforo making your purchases elsewhere.
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MODERATE PRICES
ALSO PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER.
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Cases an
Coflins of the finest finish. Also, a choap stock of Coffins.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
BUT T1,8A AAMW AND11RIGAN,
IT IS TIIE
ONLY SEWING MACHINI
WHICH 1L.&4 A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Running
A New and Simple Devico
_ Winding the Bobbin
Without removing the 81rap from
tho ialanco W oe, an(l wit.
out Uuthreadiug the
The timplest, the Most Durable
and in every respect the
BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
The "'NEW AMERICAN" Is easily learned, does not get out of order, and will do more work
with less labor than any other machine. Illustrated Circular furnished on application.
.A.GEN'TS W AN'TED.
J. S. DOVEY. Manai;er, 64 N. Charles Street. Baltiaore., Md.
J. O. BOAt, Agent for Fairfield.
FIIE A VALUABLE INVENTION
THE WORLD RENOWNED
WILSON SEWING MACHINE
in workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, and
as elegantly finished as a first*olass Piano. It received
the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expo
sitions.. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than othel
machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are mor=
WILSON MACHINES sold In. the United States thar
the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON
MENDINO ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing
WITHOUT PATCHINC, Elven- PFEE with each machIne
sma.WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO
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