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lii-iii? ol Interest Gathered from Various
P.x Congressman A. J. Weaver, of Ne
braska, is dead.
John C. Breckenttdgo will be perpotuutod
in bronze at Lexington, Ky.
Tho German crown Prime is dying oi a
cancer of thc tongue.
President Hliot, of Harvard, is doing
Sicily and Southern Europe.
John A. Roach, the new Mayor ol Chi
cago, has been formally installed in ellice.
The island of Guernsey was shaken hy
Three more constables have resigned in
Inland rather than lake part in evictions.
Agent Joy CO is suing ila; Marquis of
Clauricardo tor $50,000 damages for libel.
Alexander Mitchell, President of tho
Chicago, Milwaukee and st. Paul railroad,
died in New York on Tuesday.
The fifteenth and hist reported ballot in
Tallahassee stood: Perry 40, Bloxkam -to.
Thc Massachusetts House has passed thc
high license hill to a third muling. Vote
188 to 80.
James G. Blaine has arrived in Chicago,
lie has completely recovered from his lau
, The French c ru law is bringing forlt
loud com phd ip. in tho republic. Petitions
atc pouring in.
An explosion nlioarcl tho Delta, at Wil
mington Wednesday, killed ene man and
In a hattie in .Maruf, between the Ameer's
troops and rebels, 50 of the former and 500
Of the latter were killed.
Sam Jones will next carry tin: war into
California, having agreed to an engagement
at San Praucisco tn June.
Pire Wednesday burned out thc Pulton
(111.) Journal printing Oillco and three other
buildings. Total loss $25,000.
lt. II. Knapp, tho Atlanta broker who
look in his friends tn Hie extent of about
$25,000, was a Canadian hy hirth.
Via Bremen, 17,740 emigrants hove sailed
lo America, from March 1 tb January I,
against 18,175 for same period hist year.
Marshal Bo/ninc was painfully "wounded
by a Frenchman, who attempted hts assas
Thc business portion of North Middle
town, Ky., was almost totally burned Mon
day, boss $35,01 0.
Nine ol twenty-four Socialists wen
convicted of conspiracy in Berlin and sen
lonccd lo short terms of imprisonme nt.
A strong clTort is being made to settle tin
silversmith strike In New York and Prov!
The Russian Commission has boen in
formed lo increase tho duty on cotton good
By a falling elevator (broken rope) ii
Corucrsvlllc, Ind.. George Hampden wu:
killed and J. Mi Cormick fatally wounded
Ma jor John K. Blaine, paymaster in tia
army, and brother ol' JntiicsG. BlailM . oin
al Hot Springs, Ark.
The COlirt hoUSO ol' Jones eo.iuty. .Miss.
together with all the county records, wai
destroyed hy an incendiary Ure on Mc lida)
Two more nun lost their lives in Ila
construction Of -New Yorks new (iccpie
duct. A dynamite cartridge was accident
The President has appointed Col. Wes
ley Merrin to bo Brigadier General, vie
Brigadier General Orlando B. Wilcox, rc
Chauncy M. Depew is going to Kurop
ill il Week or tWO to COIlUnit sever ll OXtOlll
pore speeches for nc xt winter's banquets.
Prince Eugene, of Sweden, Is in Par:
studying arl with Bonnet, who regareis hin
IIS one eil tho most promising of his student -
Joaquin Miller has bought six bundee
lind forty acres of laud m ar Sh isla, Cal.
and will become alarmer, If he isn't to
Friends of Postmaster Genoral Vllnssa,
that iron oro abounds e.u his Wisconii
lands and thal bo will be a millionaire in
Anmng the millionaire girls In Wash I nj
lon society aro the-Misses Biggs, who sue
cccdcd, with their brothers, to their lather'
Millionaire Corcoran, who does mou- fe
Washington than all the either millionaire
lumped together, pays taxes on $0,100 00
wort h ?d' pre iperty.
Billy Erm rsoii, th?- minstrel, who writi
his first a.one w ?th a small h, receives $50
lier wee k .,nd travels in a private ear wit
Ins wife where yer be goes.
Queen Victoria 'oas received enoug
jubilee' gifts lo ,,?1 i llore llOUSO as big :
Windsor Castle. Many of them have io i
given away : ir .1 mt mace to put then
Senaten- Sherman' - Mansfield frionds sa
that their favorite is not a millionaire-, hi
thc man who has tenir aCOS in his slOCV
rarc'y alludes lo that fae t prematurely
Plots to kill the Czar have beeil uncarthc
a' Kleff and Odessa. Thoy wanted lo bloi
up thc imperial ear, opportunity presen
Prank hasle r and his wife Were kille d h
cars e?n the- trestle of the Georgia Pacifl
renal at Birmingham, Ala. The latter wi
Charles c. \Vclller A. H ns Baltimore
niaele- an assignment to Joseph Lcophol
for the benefit of the ir creditors. The hem
Of the: trustee is $100,000.
German Lovy, alias Harry Lcovitl, tl
well-known Informer in tin: famous I lae
eloek murder nial, is suing ibo Chicas
mail for $800,000- libel.
Dr. McGlynn's friends say that whon l
delivers his lecture In Boston em ?Mih Maj
he will have- as sympathetic an audience :
ho had in New york.
It ls expected that another call for tine
per cent, bonds will bo made In a fowday
There are now outstanding $10,924,ut
three per ce nts.
There were fi vo passengers reported mis
lng from tho wrecked steamer Victor!:
They haye applied for their baggage an
are all right.
The Queen e>r Servia hos separated froi
her husband, King Milan, and returne e! I
her family in Russia-political and dome
An irish non commissioned ofllcor li.
been dismissed from Woolwich arsenal f<
"giving away scents.'' Ali aCComplii
goc?> with bim.
By papal authority, the Nuncio at Par
announced that tin- Pope has promised i
Intervene In Alsaco-Lorraino In favor e
Thc French Grown jowels are: on cxlilt
tiem. The cables say plenty o? ender
principally from wives of united s?at<
Senators, RM being receive el fremi Amel ie:
John B. Blaine, brother e>f James (
Blaine, is af tl. i point of deal h in Ile
Springs, Ark. lb- is paymaster in tl
Delaware's Anti Policy <?ambling bi
was stolen on route to the Qovornor fe
signature. A duplicate hill ls being rai
ronded to tho end e,f ?is legislativa journo;
Hale & Slatmakor's box factory, Whe.t
ing, W. Va., was burned Monday nmr
ing; Incendiary. Loss $20,000; Insurant
Thc Building Trial Council organized
Chicago Sunday. Tinny thousand worl
logmen in the building business are co
John Brown' house, st Seven Milo Fon
Smyth eountv, Va., was burned Bund?
night. His daughter*, aged 10 and 2
P. J. Egan im? been sentenced to two
yen? In tho penitentiary. It will bo re
membered bc wns convicted In 8t. Louis of
election frauds last November.
Secretary Fairchild will attend Hie Cal
noun monument unveiling. Assistant
Secretary Thom psou will assume bis duties
iu ids absence.
In n speech before the Eighty Club in
London, QladstOUO favored a dissolution of
Parliament, on the ground thal il would he
good for the country,
The American Newspaper Publishers'
Association has established an ofllec ill
New York, .lames S. Metcalf, of thc Buf
falo Kepreee, is to bein charge.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin has called n
meeting for the purpose of taking steps
towards the erection of a national memo
rial lo Mr. Qladstouo.
Cardinal Gibbous is supported hy tlo
Pope in bis decision In favor of tho Knights
oj Labor. The decree is Conditional Oil
good behaviour on the part of Uro order.
A sharp shock of earthquake has been
experienced over the whole of the isl and
of Jersey. The tremor proceeded from
west to cast. No damage was done,
i The threatened strike of carpenters lu
.Milwaukee, Wis., las been averted, the
masler carpenters ngrceiug to koop their
shops open only nine hours after May 1,
and t<> pay men the present prices pei hour.
The three-masted schooner (?co. S. Marls,
from baltimore, Md., for Charleston, S.
< . was blown iq? and set on lire from
-onie unknown cause. Two of tho crow
The charge that Parnell lind something tc
d'? with the Pito nix Park murders ;r( ;i
emily disbelieved. Tin- matter w ill bc in
VI -ligated hy .. Committee Of the House ol
Ilya dynamite explosion, 30 miles fron
Crystal Falls. Mich , August Brash, .loin
Good, Wm. I lorn buck, Joseph Wcismai
and Unce others were seriously hurt, Ihn i
of them mortally.
Bviclions have bet in resumed on Lon
bnndsdoWHO'S estates. O'Brien and Hil
hri lge sail for Canada on Sunday to de
i.ounce Lord Lnndsdowiic's course.
Thc Delaware House, hy a vote of 13 (
'"..has passed a high license hill gradin
liquor licenses from sj ion for Wilmingto
down to $200 for village and county'tnt.
Th" Italian Parliament is in session. Th
government's policy was stated to bc on
ol peace, hut, to kee]) up with the tillie!
cn dits for increased armaments would h
Phil. I). Armour is iqi at 0.530 in th
morning and in another hour has read th
market and stock reports, calen his Inca!
fast and decided on his linc of attack l<
Toni Ochiltree says that he never coi
indicts a newspaper statement, lint he do.
oben wish that he could lay hands on tl
reporters who credit him with what 1
terms villainous grammar,
Prince Frederick Leopold, of Prussit
nephew ol" Kin pc ror William, of (Jemmie
and Prime Louis Bsterhnsy, of Ansi iii
??ave arrived in San Fraucisco, They ai
making a tour of the world.
Managers ?d' tho coal and iron comp
riles in thc Birmingham district have a
pointed delegates to wait upon thc Int?
State Commerce Commission when iii
body ison its Southern trip,
Magor-Elccl Hoche, of Chicago, has a
pointed .lohn Btlglisll, a newspaper rc poi
er of eighteen years experience, iii- priva
- erelury.ut a comfortable salary. Tl
Mayor is evidently looking a little' he In
Anent Andrew Carnegie's runion.1.!
gagemenl lo Miss Whitfield the Wash hi
?on I'oel recalls that a year ago he vas sa
lo he engaged to Mr. Gladstone's daughl
and later to the wi low of a Scotc'ri duke.
Tlie striking Nownrk, N. L. bri
moulders arc suffering for tho ni?cessar
of life. Il is claimed that the Knights
Labor are not standing hy them. Til
went out-and ure still out-by order
die louai assembly.
About !l,000Chicago carpenters return
to work "ii thc basis of s hours and
cents an hour. All employers appear to
w diing to engage niel) on these ternis p
yided tho men applying arc skilled woi
Timber Agent Cornier of Florida has
potted to tho General Land Ollie? thal
lumber linn in (hat state has caused lo
cut ami removed from government la:
i.i one locality 2,500,000 feel of limb
valued al $20,000.
A private letter from ex Secretary Ah
ning, thc first bc lins written lilmscl f I
mouths, has been received by a friend
New York, and pronounces him in b d
condition than ut ?my lime since his ntl.v
A special dispatch from st. Johns,
F.. says the hill for thc total prohibition
liquor trafile in that colony was defeat
hy lice casting vole of Hie Speaker, !
UKI! w ill certainly he carried al Un n
(?ticen Kapislnniof tho Sandwich Islni
has arrived in S in Francisco, en rond
al lend ibo jubilee of (?ticen Victoria. E
v.ill visit Washington io nay her respe
to President Cleveland before going
six of the men arrested for complicit}
the plot io nsiiissinato the Czar, which v
to have been carried out on thc loth
March, have been sentenced to dea
Oilier conspirators have been sentenced
imprisonment for life.
In a tight al South Lend. Ind.. bctw*
thc city police and a tiling ol' tramps eic
trumps were captured; six of them W
armed willi levolvers. l uring tho fig!
policeman, John Met/., shot a tramp throi
th? heart, killing him instantly.
Tho Pcnnsj b ania company hnsexeinp
the St. Paul and Burlington from thc h
colt. A Chicago dispatch says thal K
ern trunk lines have resumed the sah
I brough tickets over tho Hannibal and
.Joe lo Kansas City and points beyond.
The Kev. .Mr. ( nier, a Free MotllOi
minister, who has been conducting a sc
of revival meetings in Ohio, was driven
ol' thc town of Flail hy a mob with rot
eggs for preaching doctrines obnoxiou
many of the people.
Tho Supremo Court lins sustained
validity of the Maxwell land grant and
old .Mexican grant, covering ovor 1,700,
acres, in New Mexico and Colorado. '
present owners ol' thc grant are bondlli
i rs of the Dutch Land Company.
Thc contract under consideration hctw
Armour A: (Jo., of Chicago, and thc He
Land Company has been dosed, tho si
having benn signed hy both parties,
tensive warehouses of Armour, willi ref
orators, w ill be erected at once.
Tho receivers of the Texas and PIK
railroad have applied to .bulge Pardee
a const ruction of the interSlatc law,
ting forth their own construction. Pm
agrees willi thc railroad construction,
orders tliat it 1)0 followed until (he furl
order of thc Coull.
Mrs. Richard IL Dana, who was J
Bdltll Longfellow, and Mrs. .J. G. Tho
who was .S?ss Anna Allegra Long fol I
both daughters ol' thc peet, aro luiilii
liousis on his former estntc, which t
will occupy when finished.
William Moore, a hotel mar? of Ab bi.1
looks so much like Frank .billies that w
he visited Kansas City thc other day,
tue predestrians instinctively buttoned
their coat und allowed their right ham
Wander in the direction of their I
As ll raindrop huetells a storm,
does a pimplo upon tho human body
dicate health-destroying virus in
blood, whioh can bo neutralized and
pol lett only by Dr. Hartor's Iron Toi
One of thc Old hollers ut the Georgia
Chemical Works, Augusta, exploded Mon
?lay, killing a machinist camed <h<>. Big
gcrs. At .the time of the explosion tout
men were standing near the boiler, all of
w hom were knocked dowu hy the concus
While walking on the tracks of the Bal'
lliuoro aud ohio railroad near Everson,
Pa., two ladies -Mr . Qottciuy ami Mrs.
Anderson-wete struck hy a shifting en
gine and terribly mangled. Thc former
died in a few hour-; and Mrs. Anderson is
Rudolph Schnaubelt hos hen heard
from. Ile says In- did not throw tho bomb,
lait intimate; that h.- is sorry he didn't.
Ile ls in Norway. Ile will bo remembered
as (ho UlUCh-lookcd fur Anarchist and ai
le- d bomb thrower at tho liny uiakct riot
Tlie RIdonour murder case, a' Winches
ter, Virginia, has been concluded with a
verdict of guilty. For intricate points of
law and number of wituesses, this lins
ix ( ?I the most interesting cuso, except that
of Cluvertus, in Hie history of Virginia's
Governor Church, of Dakota, tells tins
story: A year or so ago, when ? was milk
inga journey into tho Black Hills, the traill
.stopped in tlie prairie..ind looking out 1 saw
a solitary house. Tho conductor chanced io
ceine along and I asked who lived liiere.
"That," s ud he. - js where Mr.-lives and
prints in's naper.'' 'l here wasn't another
louse within 1UU miles.
Teuiporury orders have been made by
tiie inter State t 'ommtsslou i impending tho
fourth section of the Act, ott Hie applica
tion of the Forfolk IUHI Southern Railroad
Company, Cincinnati, New Orleans and
Texas railroad, ns lo points south ol' Ohio
and cast of Mississippi, mid also on peti
tion of the Texas Pacific railroad as to
freights destined to Kl Faso.
The parly of Senatorial pleasure-seekers
who recently came back from Culm had a
stormy trip from Havana northward. Gen
oral McCook and Senator Sherman didn't
mind it, hut Senators Mandcrson, Palmer
and Aldrich were sad at heart-and chi
whore. The huhes all yielded gracefully,
CXCCpl Mis. McCook, who made a bel with
Senator Palmer of a box of oranges ?h it
slio would stay on deck ail day, She won
George A. Ford, ii jeweler of New 1 lu
ven, undertook to get up tho invitation for
.Mr. and Mts. Cleveland to the dedication
Of a soldiers' monument. He exposed Pie
ETorgeous document in his shop window.
Thc New Haven lunion c alled attention lo
s une had grammar in it. and now Ford
sues that newspaper for $10,000 damages.
Grammarians say thc Union is right. An
oilier invitation was sent to the Pre-idi nt
and his wife.
Monday night a cyclone visited the vi
cinity nf Suffolk, Va., with latal and de
structive effects. Its track wits abouI lim
yards w ide. Thc house of .lohn Wiiglit,
six miles north of Suffolk, on thc Norfolk
a; d Wosterii railroad, was completely de
niolislicd. Wright and bbl wife and young
ii i er mid .lames Luke were in the house al
the lime. Mrs. Wright lind Mr. Luke were
killed, Pie young girl fatally injured, and
Wright seriously hun. Much oilier dam
age was ?lone to property ulong the path of
1 tic cyclone.
i >n the plantation <>f Caleb J. Hani'?,near
Turin, Gu., lives an aged colored woman
who claims to lie lot! yours old. Herold
< : living chili! is between SO and tm and
her youngest, willi whom she ls now living,
jias srivcrul grandchildren. She <!<. ? i!
Ike cooking for ti family of ll and lil addi
lion to her kitchen duties linds lime : i do
.i'd her .-ewing. Ih r eyesight is tilmo 1 as
g >o(| as it was Ml oi- ?0 years ilgo and she
h is never had occasion to bse glasses or iq
tako a dose of medicine.
Taylor Kaiman, a white farmei ot Wayne
i ?unty, N.i'.. wa- !.: lils house, and willi
bini wa - Iiis family, a wife, daughter and
two sous; riged Ul and T years. Kat mun
and tin- yotingcs;l - ti were at tho windi w,
A holt of lighting Struck Pu- gable i ! ||i0
house and tho family were thrown in i;;i
fcrciii directions. Tho wife t:t-t recovered
e lusciousness and found Kui man and his
hide son lying dead on Pie side ol the room
opposite Pie window. ]n n i v. moments
tin- daughter and elder - :: also became
conscious. The house look ?ire, hut the
thurn s were soon extinguished.
I lera is a little jewel for ihe.orowij that
will he satisfied with notidn-- hui post
i i ;.'ees: Postmaster Du vis, of thc town of
j > ''ar. Hi., ree? Ive? du- very m-..;, rate . >? try
I ol' io . en's a \ ear. The Postmaster a' Peck,
1:!., got ?JO cents huit year, while tho Po t
master at hear, Ark., gol ill cents, Pis
said thal there ale mor? t!. li 10,000 Post
masters wild receive no more iii..;.. , i :.
year and lo,omi who rt ci ive no more than
:JoS u year. Sollie of these eive space ?II
their ow n buildings to Pu- ?nices they pre
side over and some do not. It ?.sa worse
bllhineS8, on the whole, than shoveling log
Wade llnni|iion'M liol k >-i in I'm y er,
Tlie love and admiration in which lc i
licld by thc people of this State are illus
I rated in an incident related by General
Hampton wh< u he w.:., recovering from his
i "I atti ceri alu," he ..?aid, ..that my life
j was saved hy the fervent prayer- of thc
people of South Carolina, I was at the
point of death and lind lost all Interest ill
lil';-, when I received a letter from un old
Methodist minister, a friend, telling mc <>.
tin- deep and devout petitions pu1 up for
my restoration to health hythe Methodist
; Conference thon in session ni Newberry.
! Ti l? letter closed hy begging mo lo exercise
ti w ill to live in response io the supplica
tions of the people ol thc w ho!.' St:.lc. who
? wire praying for inc night and dav in
j every household When 1 heard Pie loiter
read I promised my sister thai I would
lard the kind, loving wi rds of Hie mun of
Cod, and arouse my Will to live. That
night I fell int" a deep sleep and dreamed
most vividly that I was in a spat i ats room
in which I was moved to alt pails of lin
State, so that I met my us ?cmblcd frionds
everywhere. '. rcniembei most distinctly
of all old Beaufort, w here l had last been,
, I saw Immense assemblages, and as I
j looked upon them a grave porsonogoap
, roached me and touched me on tho sin ail
der and said : 'TliCSO pt opie are praying
l -r you. hive' hive'! Live'"' I never
realized anything like ii before. It seemed
a vision. I wnkc Hie next morning feeling
the life hlofid creeping through my veins.
1 loki HIV lamil}' (hat thc crisis was passed
anti that"I should get helter."- '/.. I.. White
in tin: American Magazine.
Thura Shall tn- AD \ lpn.
When Napoleon talked of Invading Italy
olio of his oflieera Bald: "Put, sire, rcmom
her Hie Alps.'' Toan ordinary man these
would ?ave seemed simply in ..nounla
hie, hut Napoleon responde eagerly:
" There shall lie no Alps." So tho famous
Simpl?n pass was made. Disease, like a
mountain, stands in thc way of fame, for?
lune ami honor to many w ho hy Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery" might bo
boated and so the mountain would disap
pear, lt is specific for all blood, chronic
lung ninl liver diseases, such a; cofistnnp
lion (which is sCftlffllln of the lunge,', pim
pies, blotches, eruptions, tumor ,, swellings,
fi ver soie ? anti kindred complaints.
[I ia said that bees an I wasps will not
sting a person wllOSO skin is smeared with
honey. This, of course, niiij he perfectly
true, hut the trouble willi thc 1)104tod insect's
is that they won't wait until a fellow can
Fight days, it is said, are required I" CUt
a diamond; hut after a young Indy gets thc
diamond it docs not take ber nore than
three (lays to cut ali her poor iicquoinUinces.
WHAT TUB PAPERS HAY.
Pander* Heavily lo Hie ftlutovumpN.
It ?lors not take ii close observer to lind
un ilia' .Mr. Cleveland panders heavily to
ibo "Miitfwuuips," ?ind really, sometimes,
wo air torced tn believe that Harjw't
Wcek'y, the Intolerant radical sheet, und
i lie New York Timi s, its poer in ?Southern
bitterness, are the stars which illumine his
Mis appointments up North arc, to say
the least, ot' il. ipjcer, and there is scarcely |
one made but what surprise ls brought out.
lie shows a disposition to drink from Re
publican fountains, and literally rejoices nt
each draught ho takes. * *
To us it is not pleasant, and, although
we may he culled spoilsmen, yet wc glory
In tho name because wo eau well remember
wheu these calves who aro now drinking
milk from the Democratic teat were vile
ami in diabla enemies of our postrato and
much abused South, ardent and unrelent
ing t in mit 8 of Ibo Democratic party. Why
should they bo rewarded? Is lt efllciency
alone li so, the Democratic party must
Indeed bo weak, and ought, lo bc disbanded
it il cannot produce ami hiing forward thc
equals of such men as these.
For more than 20 3 cars past such men as
Hu ?c have- reviled anti ?liaised our party,
have been anio ami valuable adjuncts io
Ibose who have nearly destroyed our liber
and nonie a mockery of civil govern
ment. This being the ease, wc cannot en
dorse Mr. Cleveland's course, and while
ti., gentle, sweet words of Republicans
may w arm bis bosom, nilli give hope to his
future, it will not do, for lintier film und
around him tho solid props of his own
party will fall, crumble and decay, and
what thc Tn ddt lit gains hy running IM;
tween wind and water will lie lost in the
great straight forward coarse w hich tn tin
< nd will alone gain success. .Mr. Cleveland
is mistaken, and if his course is to bi pur
sued, w e seo only a miine without a practi
cal distinction in thc two great parties.
Improving Unml. i?y i.r.a-iMtnni.
(Abbeville Mctlhllll )
There wa no demand for the law agains
currying concealed weapons when lt wai
passed, ll was tho outcome of aclaiuoi
about whisky and pistols*' during an ex
cited political campaign and we alway
though! ibo outcry was for the purpose o
diverting attention from tho manipulation
of om- political hu lion. Rut no matte
how it came about, a stringent law was cn
nett 1 against tho vice of currying deadly
weapons in advance of public sentiment
livery few Instances has it ever liten en
forced. Only the obscure and humbl
have bet 11 punished to any extent, l'romi
ncnl and influential peoplccan carry pistol
v. i'll impunity. They do carry and us
them. If a crime is committed with sud
ih tidly weapons Ibo punishment is not hi
creased b r this double violation of law,
The law against dueling Is almost
nullity. Challengeshavobeen given nude
Ibe very shadow of the Supreme Court am
nil tin circumstances published in the new!
pupers'. N< (thor Solicitor or grand jiu
' ;..\. regarded this open defiance of th
I statutes. If they did undertake lo punis
j ibo offence il would bo exceedingly di Hleu
lo gel a jury lo convict. These efforts 1
improving morals by legislation arc vain s
far as our Slate is concerned.
I In ni Til?n?.
(OrangObtirg 'i unen amt Democrat.)
Vi S, mom y is scarce! It is a wondi 1 w
have any, when nearly every pound of hi
con, Hour and h.fd ls purchased outside t
'? e State, and so many of our farmers fcc
their stock on Western corn and Norther
buy. Vi-, linas .m- hurd ! Hut wo Jen
lo llo-lon !<>r cabbage and potatoes, and t
Norfolk for turnips-, and lt is no uncoil
un II dgbi lo see a wagon from the couutr
going home loaded with provisions an
lui ? liol a Bhiglo pound of which
I raised in tbis State. No country or pei
i ; ? can truly thrive thai sends abroad fi
I Ibo articles that they inn produce then
\ Sr? Track Munt Un Followed.
Tin ?UHU rous notices in thc papers Hu
, different pinces In the State nroondcnvo
Ingtn build cotton factories show a health
md strong elfori toward Improvcmcn
The I :i who sil Mlcnwbcrliko and wa
fm- something to nun up arc being piisln
! a Ide by the young and enterprising tm
ho !..>... had thc scales lorn from thc
i by i bc depression in tho country, an
? i/-. Hint -onie new track must he fo
ivcil besides tho one that leads from il
fm m td the store,
A linne ol .1 uri??.
(Now! erry Hornill mid News.)
Aii ibis abuse of juries und clough'
1 them with the failure to perform their out
i la ii >i calculated lo make the jury systei
I more efficient, nor lo make juries any mo:
I ready lo convict. If it hus any in 11 nein
at all, il w il! be in the other direction,
I.u.i- iii?- Tariff.
li -eeins that the inter-State (ominen
bill iha s mil work without friction, lt
nearly ns unmanageable as tito turi IT.
(Now her ry Herald ami News.)
Voil ? ?uni?! make men mond hy lcglsl
lion and you might lill up thc statute bm
willi snell laws and tiny would be of 1
Improvising a i'i|>c
"Talking about Ingenuity," said a drui
mer lo a chicago HtraUl reporter, "I wo
io tell you what I saw hist winter out We;
I was 10 a train thal was snowed in f
Ibice days Tho company sent us foo
ont they didn't semi any cigars, und tl
train le y's stock wns exhausted the th
day, In the express ear WO found III
confiscated a box ?if smoking tobacco, b
there wasn't a pl po OD !'. train. Amol
the passengers was a Connecticut yank
who wns just dying for a smoko. Ih-g
Olli In tho SIIOW and looked around for
weed or something o( that sort, which l
mighl use in m iking 11 pipe, but COtlldl
lind a Hiing, 'I'm going to haven pip
anyhow,' he Bald. So he took a lead pe
ell, opi ned the wood, took out the hu
and. placing the tWO strips together agni
wound them tightly with the lin foll wuii
tunic out ol' the packages of smoking t
bai t o, making them air tight. Then
took an apple, hollowed a howl out of
and bad one ol' the DiCCSt pi'M'S you ev
saw. If you don't believe it, make one f
yourself and I ry it. "
To Itrmove Ititi Common Wari.
lt is now fully established that thc col
mon wart, which ls BO unsightly, und of ti
proliferous on the hands and face, can
easily removed hy small doses of sulpha
of magnesia taken Internally, M. Coln
ot Lyons, has drawn attention te this c
traordinary fact, several children treatt
with ilnee grains ol HSpsofn salts, mornh
and evening, were promptly cured. 1
Aubers. cites the case of a woman who
face was disfigured hy these oxerescenoi
and who was cured ina month hy a draeh
andu half of magnesia taken dully. A
other medical mun reports a case of lur,
warts which disappeared In a fortnlg
from tho dally administration of ten grui
of Mills. -Mttlirul 1'renn,
Tho on ilmlnnry hearing in tho poi
poned l'an Hundi? railroad robbery cai
came up Wednesday morning, lu Pin
burg, before Deputy .Mayor Crlpp. A
tho prisoners wulved preliminary cxainln
lion und were bold for trial at court. Tl
COSO w ill probably ls; tried during thc prc
cut COtirt term.
Dr. Pieries "Favorite Prescription"
everywhere acknowledged to be tho shin
ard remedy for fcmalo complaints ai
weaknesses. It Is sold hy druggists.
BOOULDM'T 1IAV1? ASK Kl) IT.
So beautiful ?bo Boomed and so pure
Ab mo! how I should miss her.
Unable longer to endure
My wish, 1 asked to k;-s her.
A blush of deepest rose o'erspu'lld
lier faee, as if to mask ii.
As, with a woman's art, she saith
"Why, Prank, you should not ask lt."
A mun of mark--A martinis.
The height of stun mer- Fahrenheit.
A go between - liam in a sandwich
A sound instructor -A music teacher.
A sound Investment-Buying n druin
Putting on nus-Tho western cyclone.
Thc greatest roam man of thom Thc
Sober thoughts--Tho kind Hud come
next morning, yon know.
lt is not thc cream thal ought <.> bc
whipped, lint (hf milkman.
livery sucker in thc laud ought lobt put
through a "course of sprouts."
lt ls a mean girl w ho will give lier faith
ful lover the mitten in hot weather.
A bunton is spoken of as a nobby thin..;
in low cut shoes.
An executive session is one in which t<
do nothing and keep ll secret.
The lawyers are a very economical i lui
They make their suits last so long,
Hising w ith the hui; is nothing WOluli I'
ful. Any rooster eau heat the lark risimr.
Thc man w ht> lakes a hint is not Hod
sarily a thief.
Now that the base ball SCaSOll is al h tm
"strikes" w ill ho moro frequent than ever
Every dog has bia day, hut the night
belong to the ca's.
(?one up higher-Thc man w ho lUtln'
know il was loaded.
The bee can draw twenty linus Us ow i
weight; so can the porous plaster.
Thc cream of experience is skinuilC
from spilled milk.
A Richland man has licen fined $20 fo
kcepiug a cow. The cow belonged to
"Oh, I'm slow," said the tortoise t" tb
hare; "lint 1 get lhere JllSl UlO StllllC.
And then Hie hate sahl. "Chestnuts!"
When vessels "Hst" is il because liny ni
anxious to hear w hat the wild WHVi a:
Heavy dews promote vegetation, :.:
heavy dues have often sent a business HUI
The fashionable slipper of undressed ki
is just as effective in dressing down "kids
as an)- other kind.
"Yes."she said. "I think Chnr'o? i- i
love wiih me. His breath now sim ils t
cloves instead of plug tobacco."
Ginger ale is said to be good fol' til
blood, That's thc reason the thule (Ililli
ginger ale. Thc dude is a blood.
Fogg speaks of the Government wai
house ns "Purgatory," Inasmuch ns spf ri
aro there held temporarily in bond.
There is hope for tho dudes. A Va
scientist claims to manufacture nrtlilcl
A Chicago collector of rare book? h.
paid twenty live hundred (lolhil s tor a lilbl
Thought it was son -tiling m w, probably
A prominent clergyman calls the fm
"thc playground of the soul." Then
hunk agent's ' heck must be a prairie.
The fool knows nothing of -li nne
man can bohl up Ins head Hilder any cl
CUinSttUlCCS v. bell there i HOI liing in i'.
"Trust" may bo a good motto for
Christian; "trust not" is a good one for
lt is an (.lil unying that th - watched p
never has a hoi!. That is the reason v i v
man cannot see the hack pari of h's an k
Do not wear your troubles any mlsfo
tunes nil on the outside, like an oveicon
lull keep them hidden within, like a ni j'
That homely babies make Hu- besl lool
in;' folks is an adage as oki ns lime it-el
but you tiaro not tell a mother ht r h.hy
An old gent named .lohn Smith has :
cent ly gol married, giving as his ch h
toasen his desire to save the name hoi
utter extinction. Holly for Smith,
A ii ordinary woman's waist is ih'nt
inches around. An ordinary man's ni ;>
thirty inches long. How admirable :.
thy works, ( ) Nat tu c.
The number of plants raised by man ?1 i
not exceed three thousand. All I lld list rio
hen will raise more than Hint every hour
borax issn abundant in Columbia, N?
ada, that lt sells for four cents a pound, A
at last we have found out where the ll ?I
clerk's diamond comes from.
Said a fond husband to his wil. , ".\
thar. 1 think I'll buy von a little (lo
"O, no!" sin- replied, "do not! I pn fer gi
lng you all my affections!"
A strolling actor started out w illi hi
hopes of captivating the country girls, b
report says uncertain eggs were thc ol
things that were "mashed on him,"
I M-Iii., i, \iilr* (Of >ln>.
Hats arc not quito as high, hut bonn
have not descended an inch.
Evening gowns for young Indies an- i:
islily trimmed willi ribbons .md bows,
Cuffs anti collars of line i should only
worn with tailor made costumes.
Monograms for underwear are enibrol
ered in long narrow letters mi the loft sh
A piece of perfumed card hoard
leather placed in a writing box, or dei
will perfume the paper very gratefully.
Wide sashes or scarfs ure still tied ftroil
the waist, but they require a ven - I
tigure, for being so wide they ma,, i
waist look much larger than it really is.
Elaborate night dresses ure mude
spotted cambric, with tucks in front, n
a full coquille of lace down thc centre; t
neck and sleeves ure n I so trimmed with li
und ornamented with bows of coloi
straw bonnets and hats aro trimmed w
bows of ribbon or Ince plaititigs, ferinin;
background to a bouquet td small fal
like velvet tulips in u variety of nain
colors, mixed with light foliage of grass
Velveteen requires little or no bimmil
It ls therefore a peculiarly cconond
fahiie for dreSSCS und costumes for ls
Indies und children. It can bc pun ine
lu all the different shades fashionable t
Some of the new hats have the crO'
of fine straw, mid the turin d up brim lit
with course or fancy straw in the sa
shade. The velvet Howers used upon Ix
nets arc also used in trimming hals, hut
a much smaller extent, and immy styl
models arc of velvet trimmed with guipi
M.uitelets, with long squares or point
ends, ure m'ide of silken fabrics, and
plain anti Ino ? ho woolens, the beaded
namonts aro tho chief feature ot tho n ?
els, and these ure very handsouio, .M i
lok?! the form of n plain yoke, Others h.
tho yoko diyltled in tabs, ending In lasa
or pendants, und raised roils covered w
bead-work take tho place of a flat opau
on the tbonnier. ."Uodey't lAU/y /holt,
Gov. Larrabee hus written a letter on i
workings of prohibition in Iowa. In
of the 1)0 counties the OUtl-llquor law
rigidly enforced, and partially In thoOUK
He says prohibition ba? greatly benefit
tho State, mid tho only population loni
composed of continued rum sellers u
A'llotel on WheoU.
A novel train ot Pullman ears lins been
ixlilbUed at tho Pennsylvania Railroad
lepot. The trahi consists of liv?? cara only
ami will he Hie New Yolk lind Chicago
limited express. Tho fron! end of I ho fl rsl
car is for baggngo. Tho centre i* an ele
gant library, ulled with extensive book
casos, work's ol an. handsome upholstery,
Ole, The rear end is a ballier shop. The
second is a dining ear and eVoiy modern
invention ls utilized hero. Tho ear is lin
(shed in carved oak and niven leather.
Two of tho tables eau bo surrounded hy
The oilier three COIS ale sleeper.-. lilli-lied
in light blue and all Hu- latest lill pro VC
incnls. Th?' ear-; are all connected hy car
peted vestibules and Hu- trvelers can j .
from oil" end ol the train to tlie oilier oil
carpeted lloois and not be exposed in the
lir. Three more ti iiia- will bo built exact
ly like lids ??
COULDN'T llKAIi li TlllNDKi!. i
An interesting letter from Mr. John
\Y. Wcoks, Buperinteudout of DoKidb ,
Prom a fooling (d' gratitude imd a d?
sire to bcnollt others, I voluntarily make
this statement. I kavo great reason to bc
thankful that I ever heard of li. B. H.,
as 1 know what a blessing it hi..- laen foi
me. I bavo Buffered with Bronchial Ca
tarrh lora number of years. Bix months
ago I was taken with asevere pain in;
right ear. whieh in a fow days began lo I
discharge matter, with terrible and al-1
most unbearable palpitation and ell soil.- .
<d' noises in my lu ml. In len days lifter I
thecotninenocmcnl (d' discharge i.nd pain
in my car I began to grow deal' and hi
six weeks I was so deaf that I could not.
I was then compelled to me conversa
tion tube, and it was often that I could
md hear with the tube. I Mu-n COUP
monccd taking lt. Ik 15. and Hie running
of my car ceased running in live wecke,
and can now lu ur without the tube. My i
general health bas improved, palpitation
ceased, and h i l Hie- a new being, ami
appreciate t!ie beuclll I have received
from li. li. Ii. (inade in Atlanta, Chi.)
with gratitude to (?od and lliankftilhu BS
to tin- Proprietors for such a medicine.
1 cheerfully recommend it to all who aro
afllictcd villi deafness and catarrh. Try
it; persevere in ila u .o mid you will bo
convinced ol' its value.
JOHN W. WEEKS,
Superintendent DeKalb Pauper Home.
Decatur, (?a., May I, 1880.
I have been a Bufferer f rom Kidney und
Bladder troubles for .several years. I
have lately had what ia termed Bright's
1 >?.-t aso, and have had c insider ibloswf li
ing ot my legs and short lies ?of broatb.
Tho urea has poisoned my blood also. .
secured and mn nsiug i B, i'>. B.) Botanic
Bin d Bairn, and Hud il acts powerfully
and very rpiiokly, and I um delighted
with ita elVcots, I had previously used a .
large quantity of various advertised rem
edies, and several emim nt physicians
also waited ou mo, bul '.'>. B. i">. Mauds
at tho top. JOHN IL M AKTIN.
Hook Creek, Ala., May I, 1880.
AU ulm desire tali Infor mal lon ni? ml Un?
causa Hud euro of i io ?i I'ohonn, Hoi ofilia nd
Scrofulous SWelllng-l. Me..-, .-oo , I.li -i||ii:i
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Initial i o . :, of Wonders, lilied w llb ibo most
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inc! i .! i . .'. .veu mi" suffering from
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i i only part of these symptoms are expo?
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