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THE UILY RECORD-UNION.
t lit. t--.! -.:ilil- Piftt Cilice alSactan en* u as s<.-toiid class matter
PUBLISHED BY THE
fecramßnto Publishing Company.
«T«. U. HOJtt, General Haaacer.
T*t,: ;..<iioi offlec, Tklrd «t., bet. J aad K.
r- rtl DAILY i(ICIIUMM«!1
Jil^tiiJ^d ercrj Jar at the week. SnaiUji exMptol
fotoueye*! |6 00
fc*«U qjoqUib. J jo
forthrcv months 1 OC
Habecriber: H-ned 07 Ourien tt Fnnw
U*XT« \,:r Wi-uk. In ill Interior eftirt »nil tuns the
J»p« nu be had ■•< tun priuolc&l Periodical Daaler*
rlewjj- : \ mud AjtwiU.
\.: „ : .1,..; Kate* la UJI) Keesrd-lnlGB.
OccK^uiie, 1 tlitw $1 00
00e^u,..., 3ti.u<*. 1 75
yne.H.jii»rc. S t!:-i3». 1 50
txct vldidoul lima. CO
IV,-.-, IW.-U I Mouth
Half s :..jg. Ij. ; . k -.. |3 50 »3 60 J5 00
BUiL' ti. utn,, Sd page SSO 600 800
UaU ...juare, 3.-1 i^ge 100 « BO 6 00
a»lf «-:a«re, 4th pao 100 I 00 4 OC
One*iiare,litjajß 3 90 f 00 TOO
Ont tkMiare, Id ioro 8 00 7 00 10 00
•hn.Wt4;a le , Jdpige 400 SOO BOC
Un;H.jMie, 4th;.sj(e 3 00 4 00 6 00
d*»r V.tlceo, io follow reaimg nutter. iwentj-fiT*-
MM » uae for wmJi Inmnhm.
Adf.rt.MjneuUof aituiUoni Wmtod, Hoosorto Let,
soci'-'-r KuuUr.g j. etc., of nri limch oe ma. will be
»^^ mmtal !n the Da ily Riookd-Uxioh v tollowi :
~ Oaet:.. : > IBowiU
TJWi lliiim 60 cent
'•y w.-. 1 TBoent
•»»m. w,»di v co.ii.tltatc a line
THK NVIKkLV I SIOI
iPi<fc:<2he4 In semi-weekJf pard)
ie !>»"»u • n Wt-lcnadty iurt K&turdaj of o»ch week,
agtnn l«i:..i Ki»M Pv j In carh Uzue. or Sixteen Pane
«c*> •■• •. an.l it it..- cbeaput and m«t <!«ii*blr
H'ii.i ■ Seal ana Uutmy Jaum&l published on the
Paof. oat
Ttno. O a Year f] CO
teml- Weekly » : •■ AdTertUln* Kates.
Oali B.muro, 1 time $1 0C
fa* 1 - additional time X
One Sgujja.lt!™ I 00
£*. 1. •:'.•!- urn time , 1 00
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
A^Tcrtlsuaienu of f tj lines la this ilupanment are
a* r-M for it c- -.v for OSM tiaio : threu tm.ca for W
sent* or 7& oeot< per w.-eL
WASTED-A SITUATION iff A GERMAN,
3') years old. ijon<l penmtn and bo->kkceper,
well ciliicited and not afraid to do hard labor ; ill
ary secondary. Address Box J4, tliisolflce ns-3t*
PLOW TEAMS, OOOD WyODCHOPPKitS AND
Gruhheracan lad (mpl-.tmt-ntattbe NATtlilA
WATER Jt MINING COMPANY, Kolsom, Cal.
oCb-Sw
_ r^BaaowAL-nm prator zamon is a
MT resident of l:r..l,»ln« City, Vavapai county,
Arizona Territory, and is doiroua of informing bis
sisters, Mrs. flank f. Grimm and Mr?. Ann Kliza
Rjdoi, and bis brother, William 0. Tiinmona, of In*
whereabouts. 0271 m*
CtimjßK- A DIRTY ROAS HiirlSE.<SV
IO weight 1,000 lo 1,100; right hin.l tj-TTTX
foot spotted ; bnnd I' under mane, right/"*, f V
side of neck ; paces and trots. ?'l^ rewara lot nt
. formation leadiiiir to recovery of horse. Stolen
June Ist, or thereabout. N. J. GF.KH,
Ota-Ua* _ElJ)orado, Cal.
rfJ(TAVRO-K4U: FXJUR RANCH HANDS,
T> W0: two Milkers, $30; Man to drive sand
tetni,- tlO; Woodchop|iers, *l 75 to *'l per cord.
FemUe: Women and Girls for Housework, $15 to
$20 ; two Wai'«r Girls fir batel. MASTERS 4c
CO.'S Employment Otfioe, No. 10-25 Eighth street,
near K. 07-tf
WANTED.
mfI"ALV:TWO CARPKNTKRS, A HARNESS
iTX Maker, <; Ranch Hands, 10 Woodchoppers, 4
Walters. FKMALE: Six Oirls for II. .•!«..«■, ■ rt, ■>
Chamber G'rU. an L'patairs Girl, 2 Girls to Wait and
do Chamberwork, 3 Nurse Girls.
Apply to HOUSIVN & CO.'S Employment Office,
Fourth and X streota, Sacramento. aulS-lptf
TO LET OB FOB SALE.
.'.ilfnrtl»oii.or.l» of five Udm In thla department are
ni»«ted for 3S otuts for one Mma ; three tkaoa for CO
onatm or 7£ oeste p«i uut.
A SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET IN
a private residence. Inquire at 916} Seventh
stroet, between I and J, or address G. W. F., this
oflice. ns-tf
ATHAN BULDINO. CORNER OF SEVENTH !
and I streets— ThU building hiring been thor
oughly renovated and refurnished, pleasant Fur
nished Roams can be rented by responsible parties
by the day, week or month. Apply on the prem
lses. u3-lf
-TVRLEAKS HOTEL- FIRST -CLA3B FTJR
\ J nlshed and uuf uniished rooms to let to gentle
tfS^" families by the day, week or month. 1018
°--*r- to *■ *- - J and K. MRS. 11. W. OOti,
ProprtetrWsW ni tf
FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO ~^
O suit. FARMS and HnP LAND ' s»TTIP
let. Apply t. I>K. CAPLES, Twenty IJIssB
ruiles east of Sicrameuto. 014-lm* •sLsosUb
TO LEASE OR B ELL.
FROM 3*o TO 1.000 ACUKB OF THE BEST
Hap or tiralfa Land in the county. Good
llop Poles for sale, at *3 per hundred (standinn) ;
railroad through the land. See WILLIAM HICKS,
Cosumnaa ; or, T. L. ACOCK, No. 804 Seventh ,
street, Sacramento. 020-lplm*
FOR_SALE.
MY FARM, OF «.",« ACRES, SITUATED JBgj
nnon the east banlr of the 9acr»mrVitoWW
rixer, about four miles below Sicramento city, ■ ■
and on both sides of the Riverside road. To those
who kn >\v this farm notl.ing need be said in praise
of ila quality ; those unu'ijuaiiiUx] witb it, who are
desirous of purchasing a first class place, will find
this farm wholly of the kest grade of bottom lands,
Pand though now mostly in alfalfa, is of tbe very best
hop land in the atatc. One-half the purchase money
can remain on mortgage for a term to suit the pur
chaser at 7 pfr cent, per annum. Also, 1:1 acres of
No. 1 Innd, lying just east of Sacramento city, next
to the Aikea Orchard. W. S. MESICK.
18. C. 027-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IK
terert, by PETER BOHL S2& J BUeet.aul7 If
A. HEILBRON & BRO.
HAVE REMOV&D ,
Their Office fiom 619 J Street
TO THEIR NEW STORE.
217 and 219 J Street.
This great Boeciti.- cures that loathsome disease,
SYPHILIS
Mlinlirr la n- Primary. Brraadary or
Tertiary *(*(?.
Removes all traces of Mercury from the system
caret Scrofula, Old Sores, Rheumatism, JCe.
seina, Catarrh, or any Klooil Disease.
ill: I- miiin HOT H-KIM.. FAIL!
iHm (Ark), Mar 2, ISSI.
We have cases in our t«»wn who livtd -\t Hot
Springs, and were finally cured with S. S S.
MeCAMMUN i MURRY.
MtvriMS (Tcnn >, May 12, IS.SI.
We have sold LJlli bottles of S. S. S. in a year.
It has given universal satisfaction. Fair-minJed
phvsiciaus now recommend it as a positive specific
8. MANSFIKLD & CO.
1.. i i>kiu.« (Xv). May IS, ÜBL
S. S. S. has given better gatisfacti"ii than any
medicine I have ever old. J. A. FLKXNKK.
D«svkr (Col.), May 2, 1*1.
K\cry purchaser ppcaks in the hiehmt terms of
S. 8. . L. MKISSETER.
S. S. S. cured me of Scalp Sores, Sores in Nostrils
and Ears, after evervtbin^ known to the medical
pr. Tessiou had failed. Three moiths have passed
sim-e 1 quit taking S. S. S. ; there isn.i symptoms of
the disease rvmainirs : lam i-ermaDently cured. It
staiido unrii alri for Blood Di->easec
JNO. S. TAGQAhI, Salamanca, N. Y.
About four or fire weeks ago 1 was afflicted with
a very aggravated type of Ulood Disease. I com
menced using 8. 8. S-, and after taking the first bot
tle felt so much relieved that I bmuht five more,
and am glad lo say, after using four ot them, that 1
am entirely . urci, previously having been under
medical advice for several months.
a 0. RATCUFF, Richmond, Ya.
If Ton Wbk, t*« Wl» Take lour Caw,
l« bf PaM far "lira < ami.
Write far Particalara.
9I.M* Irnard wl'l be paid to any cberatst
who will find, on analysis) 100 bottles S. 8. •., one
pwticie of Mercury. lodide Pota*<iura, or any Mid-
S eral suhsu i -c. BWIFr SPECIFIC CO., Propra ,
Sold by drujgislsererywhere. Atlanta, Ga.
>_ OlMplyTuThS
MARSTON'S
SEMINAL BOLUS
B^p. •jA^*y^nLYADArTEi' to thi: pir.
a^" inton led -" ■*■'- H. Uibbs,
B Health.
|^P»«. and ImpotrDl >lrn
ISALTH AND MABHOGD.
for ordinary eases (one month's
gradtd (three months* use),
cure any case, no matter
,"ii. standing, (8. s-nt se-
with directions for
describing how sufferers frua I
o * l Debility. Mental Decay asi all
f on Excesses, Indiscretions or
cun.-d Wllbaai Misnt
|^pilertt»a, sent free «i applicatiao.
young man will im.ftt by its perusal '
Weekly. MAR.STUN REMEDY CO .
■ -SmMWF 198 Fulton street. New York.
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
HALE BBOS. & 00.
TONS OF FRESH GOODS
Are being received "by Vue fin of
HALE BROS. & CO.
Ball's Health Corsets
RECEIVED DDRIKG THE L4ST TWO WEEKS.
They are without floubi ths best CiJiSKT in the market, as every
woman can testify who has tried then.
Every Corset Warranted Satis
factory, or Money Refunded. !
In our efforts to suit our customers, we have not aimed to have
the most inferior articles, at the very lowest price ; but have always
made arrangements to buy our goods direct from headquarters,
thereby saving the Jobbers' profit, and then using our best judg
ment in the selection, always remembering that the purchasing
public are looking for good, substantial material, at reasonable
j \ O
WE ARE SHOWING SOME VERY CHOKE GOOD*
AID EXCELLENT VALUES IN OUR SILK STOCK,
COMPKISING EVERYTHING DfcSHIABLE IX THE
MARKET.
Colored Dress Silks !
IX II HI KNOWS COLOR. I! I I'KI.M.M IN*. I 14.HT1 TN illllllil T Ml tl»t »,
AT
$1 25 PER YARD !
GARNETS. TERRA COTTA,
BORDEAUX, DOUARNIER,
OLIVE, LOUTRE,
MYRTLE, WEST POINT BLUE,
HUNTER'S GREEN, MOUSSE,
HUBSARD, ELECTRIC,
BRICHT NAVY, KROUMIER,
SAPPHIRE.
OTTOMANS,
MORIES.
£VICLOTJR f
INDIAN,
GKROS D'ECOSSE
SATIN BOLEIL
Ar<> a km of the NOVELTIES shown over our SILK
PLAIN AND BROCADED
PLUSH AND VELVET I
Is among the attractions to be found.
«. —
COUNTRY ORDERS filled promptly, and, if not satis
factory, money refunded.

JHALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831,833, 885 X street,
1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1882.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Palmer & Sepuiveda,
DBUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Second and X sueets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac-^a
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. }§[
y Toilet Cases/V
y/ Purses, Card Cases/V
/? Illuminated Note Paper/V
jr Promenade Bags, Portfolios/^
jf Paper Knives, Cigarette Cases/V
/ Cigar Cases, Magic Charm Pencils/V
\OESISTMAS ■*- Cf AIUSS /
Nx Glove and Handkerchief Cases,
Fancy Inkstands, Gold Pens,
>^lietter Cases, Book Marks,
>^Ash. Holders, Checkers, I?
Scrap Books,
>r Blocks, \w
>^ Games, Toys,
J? Christmas Reticules, \
Chromos on White i3atin./V
Autograph and Photograph %v
Etc., Etc. A large Stock ofV
(OBOI€E -*- BOOKS /
In Endless Variety, y
X For Ju-veniles and Adults, in /
\^ paper, cloth, and rich y
\. , leather bindings. f
\^Eacaic CJoast-Diaries, /
\> ■"^•* -/
208-210 J STREET.
OLDEST BOX FACTOWO* J«^ <^ » n <-» <«. Hli.f I.WfKOtKD
riiKP.M-ii-iri-o.4sr. Ail tJ£ i ¥ * <W MACHINERY
Kind* ot Bun on n>n<l <~J V H 'i tlj — tor
and Made io Order. *"^ "^^ * •*• BOX PKI.VTIXfi.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNKR SECOND AND Q STREETS
Depot s J St., bet. Kronl and Sreond (next door to W. R. stronz & Co.) NICKOLS &CO &1~ ll*^
SAN Fa/vNGISCO CARDS.
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
AQRICULTORAL IMFLGMUNTS.
Baker A Hamilton— lmporters of Agricultural
Implements and Hardware ; Agcnte of the IScnicU
Airr'l Works. Junction Market, Pine and In ■is*'.*
Cronce A.DavlsAro -Manufacturers' Ati:.L«,
327 and 329 Market streei.
ARTISTS.
Hnn*r worth— Optician and Pliotoirranhfr, No 12
Montgomery street. Established in 1861.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
r*rlfl • BuHtneiw « ullcgr and Trirgrapblt
Institute — (Life Scholarship, for lu'.l Busine**
Course, $T0). W. E. Chamberlain, Jr , and 1 A.
Robinson, Proprietors, No. 320 Post street, oppo
site Union Square, S. F., Cal. Send for Circulars.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Stadebaker Bros. Manufartarlnß Co.—Re
pository, 31 Market street A. H. lsham, Manager.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
lastla dates. — Pioneer Drujiris'-, removed to 722
Montgomery St., S. F. Country orders solid te<'.
EDUCATION AL.
Hehool of (tvil K;ir'nrcrli.tt. SnrTrrlnf!
DrawinKaiid Ass*yinj. ii Post st. A. Vander Naillau
HATS.
C. Hermann Jt Co. — Manufacturers and Im
porters, fo. 330 Kearny st , near Pine. The finest
hat 9 at the lowest prices. Factor}' : 17 Belden st.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Carolan. Cory Jt Co.— lmporters of Hardware,
Iron and Steel. Airents for the Pittsbun; Steel
Works, Northwestern Horse Nail Company, and
Southington Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front
street, and Nob. 117 and 119 California street
Hawlry Bros.' Hardware Co.— lmporters of
ilaraware and Agricultural Implements, Nos. SOI,
SOS, SO6, SO7 and SOS Market street, Sac Francisco.
RESTAURANIS.
»wala'« Family Bakerr *nd Dlhlbj
Saloon— No. 63fl Market stroct. Wedding cakes,
ice cream, oyßtcrs, jellies, etc., constantly on band.
Families supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOOD 9.
Tne Gntta Per-ha end Bnbber Hanafaet
nrinfr Company — MaLufacturers of Rubber Good*
of every description. Patentees of the celcbrate-l
" Maltese ryn«g Erand" Carboiized Hose. Comtr
First and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, M „..•--
STATIONERS, PRINTFRS, £TO.
H. «. Crocker A Co.— lmporting and Manufact
arine Stationers, Printers and Lithographers, Nos.
118, £17 and 219 Bufh street, atvive Sansome
SACRAMENTO RECORD-UNION
Baa Franeloro Wlkr, n*. 8 Sew Monteom
ery Btrert (Palace Hotel).— J. n. »>-arpe. Agent.
JOHNT.STOLL,
No. 610 X street, Sicramento, Cal ,
f\ Manufacturer of
,«F V all kinds of SAD
*j{"V ><Lr - DLE-i, HARNESS,
fW*l >|P!w«e^a«(** COLLARS. SAD
:£'-^-gh 'j^'. l^;^^^.'- l.herof the best
' U 'IS' v UWRT ' HARD
fBVESt * WARE, WHIPS
F*|Bt t :- ROBES, BLANK
? J „ ET3, BRUSHES,
jm:£SU-* etl '- MvirooiUare
J^t^i^~J M iriaranlced wbe
i-V^ *• represented.
V ijßfi I DtUKCT LItTTIRS I
W J.T. STQLL,
\v' Baeramralo.
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
T. D. BCRIVER Proprietc.
HACKS ON CALL AT ANT HOOR,I^_
day or alght. Coupes, Phictons, jjEfci
Rocfawat^, Baroocoes, Bugjries, with the O' />»
best rowsters to be found in any livery stable oo
the eo&st, for hire. Hone* kert ir- livery at manor
able raW Livery Stable on Fourth street, between
1 1 and J.
fKqiTB, SEEDS AND FBODUOI ,
D. DEBFP.NARDI&CO.
General Ccmmlsslon Kerchants,
jnd
v. i;oil>tl.i Ul KKTAIL (>l* I -.lt,
— is
Tropical , Calif ornian and Oregon
FRUIT AND NUTS;
Batter, En*. Poultry. Came, llonr,,
VEGETABLES, FISH, OYSTKRS, ETC.
t&~ Country oruers promptly attended to. "SJ
Son. 308 and mo X stren, Safranii-nlo.
KM-lptf
(I \!aM>-lif-;l 1558.)
IDOISI J. BRSOORT. mm BRI3OM
GREGORY & CO,
(Successors to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WHOLESALE
\j Dealers in PRODUCE AND FRL'IT
_ , *•/»• »*• »n«l l*» J Street.
■21-lpii Sacramento, Cal.
4. aoo«sB. ' ~i^^~
S. GERSON & CO,
fi ENERAL COMMISSION WESCn/JiTS, AND
VX Dv;alers in
laiportrd and Domeiitie »". r.iix, Tecet«.>
blm, N vi., Etr.-
So. 220 1 street, between Socob.; nd Tliira, Sacra-
m -* lto - «S.lrf
WILLIAM M. LYON,
(Successor to LYON ft BARSLS),
( OMUISSION SIERCUANT
AND WHOLKBALK UK.ALKR IN
NOS 117, 119 AND 123 J STREET.
021-lptf
FRUIT DEALERS,
rTAVINO BEHOVED TO WORE COMMODIOUS
MM. premises, we have enlarged our sti«k. We
offer you cho c Apples, free from worms, Lemonn,
Umce, Orarvea, Dried Fruita, Nuts, Dates, Canned
Ooods, etc, at very low prices
,~- . ,« v - T - BREWER ft CO.,
100« to 1010 Soconrt street, between J and X, Sscra
nwnto. auM-tf
W. R. STRUNG & CO,
WholGEais Commission Mercnants
a»D dulu m *v, rarsa or
CAXITOBCTA VXEKf i!iD OB.IEO FBCIT*
KXTTS, HONIY, SEED
Aad t'nrral 'l-rrramlV.
SBT Ali orders promptly attende.l to. Addr«*s !
W. R. STRONG 6 CO.,
au j-lpln; No*, o, S and 10 J streev, Satmnento.
a A d. GRIFFITHS,
X,'| PENRYN
GRifiHEWOBKS
PBXBTir, BMb
— ~~JiVigbk. r f lHg BE ST VARIETY AN!
_^ —^£ A Laixert Quarries on the
S£N — Coast. Polished Granite
Monument*, Tombstones and Tal.lets made to order. .
CTCranlte Kalliiln* SUae Cat. l»rr..rd
asil Foilsaxl u> *rdt>r. oii-iuKm
BTAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
XEtTßOrae * 1.ar.F.4.
"VTOS. 60. 52 AKD &4 FIFTH BT., BACRAMENTO,
i.^l dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supplies Man
a'actu ers of Malt and all kinds of Me-J« ; OaUneal,
Cornnieal, Crack*! Wheat. Graham Floor, Buck
wheat Flour, etc New Onin Baji for sale AtenU
or Buckeye Mills Flocr, DUrrsrilla. au!7-lp
___MISCELLAN£OUS.
FOB
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns ar.d
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostec
Feet end Ears, and all othes
Pains and t.zhes.
fTo Preparation on earth equals Fr. Japor* On
ai a safe, sure, tltnple and cheap Extrrua
KtHnedy. A tri»l entails but tDo comparative*}
trifftng (utlay . f ,i 0 Cents, and every one »nfferirf
with j>uin ett have cheap and pogitivo proof of iv
claims.
PirectioQs in Eleven Languages.
80li2 BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEE^
IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER Sc CO.,
linllimore. Md.. V. 8. i.
SEEK
health and avoid sickness,
instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of achys
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
choose.
How ? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Ikon Bit
ters, and taking it regulaTly
accord' 1^ to directifiivi.
Mansfield, Ohio, Xov. =6, 1881.
Gentlemen : — I have suffered with
pain in my side and back, and great
soreness on my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, ana spleen, but I got no relief.
1 thought 1 would try lirown's Iron
Hitters ; I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well — pain
in side and back all gone — soreness
all out of my breast, and 1 have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and nesh. It can justly be
cslisd tsc kin; cf mciiiciufs.
John K. Allendek.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
Composed of Iron in soluble
form ; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, wriich will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
«CMY3 DltO^ ! nnf.-ulinL-nti't inf.nlll
t AMAHm |h ! v : s; : ;;: \^rt
y»- tim , Six-ruin!- >ri lit >■:».,
vn St'ininil \Vi-;'!.in s^. im
Vt - A potency, ByrihU Is, Scruf-
Vk. »— HEfl k!:i :itm ,ii] Kerrous a:id
1i1....-ll:: ] ...... T..01.V
a-ii^Mfc. :irv :-;, m. M, r.-hniits,
WMWPbwfa Hankers, Lmln-s anti ail
vh. ■>. : .-l. i,i. try vm.
/RBB / plo>mem iiu-.>' N. •■.
/tit'^. f ' ;: ~ ''' I'--- pti
>Ssf\^l « / I-iTifi. -t ,_.{ | hi! btuud
£&r \\ I stomai-h, bowi :- m
vS J Kiflnrys, or who it-
Yg 1» '■"" "*N ',NN-f .-, iirnr tiilU'V pit;
IS \ l-lr-'-r it s!mijml'l!;>.
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~To~BARLEY-CROWERSr
A FULL SUPPLY OF TUF CELEBRATED
and prolific
WOODS' SIX-SOWED BARLEY,
Can now be j rocured for feed. Avcraqo yield, 125
husheis por acre, and wciulu tan pounds more per
bushel than any other harley ; vtry euperior for
brewing; dom m>t f.iil down at lodjre, and Btoolg
more man any other kn.j»:i. (Jail up.)n nr address
B. OTU k CO.,
27-lptt Front, ntrrct. Sncramento
TTie nit.sTil: t r Jntm u> .;.il :h- .iiwmh.i ■! lawyer*, aoihon,
*yd bauo««« ii.fn g«Leral;v u,rou*ti..<!i l!<- Wr,:, t ." t;.r fa. : *
of the v.iaty yKESs be auios tkmm^tf p^xi friutimt.
H* will ruUnUin the Muiaeot reputation .n loaf tiuclird t<- th«
bouM. Th« rr»t of «l*ff*nl »nd prrfw-t rHntirp \i r-ol (Cremtar
tb-c that which !• iliuertr**.]* ti *r* and har 1. A-Hr^'j
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QOLOEN EAGLk HOTEL.
. CORNER SEVENTH AAD X IIIUU BAC
\_j ramento.— "^..st-cIAW In every respect. Th«
Larvect, Finent and B<sBt-Ventilate-J Hotel iv the city
lUTKS— *3, »2 60 and & per d»v, accwrdioj U
roou. *"ret Bis to and fnim :he Ki.t-'l.
J. McKASotii (late of D< :;"i),
nt-4plm Proprtetar
HOTEL LANQHAM.
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J2£U*»— Otrtetly Brs»-3Uv«, on tne European plar.
T. D. Salver's Carriage* will tako all pMeengera tree
of charge from Depot to note;.
nMplm TERRY fc CO., ManayfTi.
UNION HOTEL.
AKD X fiTHEKTS, EACKAMFJfTO,
k5 Cal. Rooms, 60 oc'iU and fl per *«J - Spwia'
rat«t by the month. Billiards, choice .Iquors and
ditira. Hot loach dally from 11 a. <t. till 2r. K.
W. O. ("JOK") EOWtif ,
nl-tplm PrWirietor.
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J^Ki:ii>uaie Fnviie K>om» for parties.
W^ LOUIS PAYEN, Proprietor, •! "
»u2O-«plm Formerly of the Hotel de fiance. _
\ MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN.
• VBTBK AMB CHOP nSSSE.
i Tfctrd Mrecl. Brlwwr. J an<l I,
B<XJB TO aECORD-OIOW
o*oa. Open oiy an! night. JBY*~"'
A. J. BKKATZ, Pio^rietor. \_y N* 4
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TREED BY A CROCODILE.
Iv the epriDg of 1851, Charles Ack worth,
of our party, took a tour through Louisi
ana, and upon liv return related to me
come enrious adventures. In the cane
brakes cf Louisiana he was engaged one
day iv a bear hunt, and, losing bis horse,
waiidered to the north side of Lake I'ont
chartraia. Seeing the probability of remain
ing there autil morning, he rigged up his
hooks and set himsel; to catch a supper of
fißb. Those southern lakes have muddy,
shelving banks, and it was ntceesary to stek
a leaning tree, from which the htherman
iiiijjht cast his lines into deep water. Afttr
a little search Ackworth found one exactly
to bis taste, an ancient beech tree daring
enough to spring up on the edge ef the
bank, so ntar, in fact, that a slight cave-in
baa afketed its center of gravity until it
had ben* in hum'jle obeisance far over the
lake. With hia Bahing tackle always in
bia pocttt, and a couple of fi.ys cau-ht
nappiDg nesr by, Mr. Ack worth crept
along tne stooping trunk, out to the very
extremity of the tree, fully eixty feet from
shore, and set himEelf to hia work.
The close of the day was beautiful, and
Ackwcrth had the sensibilities of a natural
ist. Tl.e deep green of the spring leaves
in that intense climate reminds one of
looking through green glasses, and at that
particular hour the verdure looked more
dense than usual. It was. in fact, so green
as to appear dark, as washerwomen mix
in'i^o >n their suds until our shirts become
white enough to become blue. He had
i-carcely get his hook in the water before
the birJs, fnghttned away at his approach,
returned, and, after a little pi udish twist
ing of necks toward him, went on with
eport and labor undisturbed. An immense
heron, whose legs dacglid under him ac he
liew, settltd upon a dead hrauc'u t.alf-way
up an eid cypnsa acd tyed him pleasantly.
AgajDg cf peacocks came screaming and
circling in their accustomed manner, their
gayiuh plumage glittering in green and
gold, and thtir unJrilkd voices pierciDg
the air as harsh as picoolo tlutes.
A maternal duck led her fleet of ducklets
directly under him at he tat, nor enter
tained any suspicious of his presence.
A good time had our hero accumulating
spoi that afternoon. .Such a destruction
of tV.e tinny tri!>e must have devastated en
tire fannies. Gar, goggle-tyee, orim, wh.ic
peroh, red pereb, and cat, yielded succes
sively !o tLe aUrac.i'ms of frog meat, ex
ercised their varioi s evolutions as if loth
to leave Urn lake and como to his pouch,
la the excitement of the hour he had
scarcely noticed thst the {.-rest tree-top in
which lie was suspended was gradually
tef.liug near the water. His weight, eu
fir from the fulcrum, had borne h. avily
upon the roots, and they gave way, bring
ing down a great mass of soil, until half
the trunk was unrier water.
Now Ack worth was rever a good hand
to walk a log. As long as he had hunted
and fished through torr &t and ra«me, he
baa always taktn the safer-, ay about in
[>r ferfece to tho &traighter way acrOß",
and though he had walked the great beech
trunk with lo'iie boliimes when out of
water, it was cjtiiie a different affair to re
trace ie ::\:h fifty po-jnds of tish on his
back. Standing long enough in suspense
io elc that everj moment made the matter
worse, gloom and trepidation increasing,
Le decided to leave his tish until daylight,
and make thi patface unloaded. He tied
his spoils to a atout branch, and be^an the
march. With arms extended, as iton the
tight rope, he tixed his tyes on the shore.
telt the log u-ith his feet, and shutiled
awkwardly at the rate of two steps to the
minute.
But the shu.He forward was suddenly ex
changed to back nation, as trere rose up
en the log beftn? him the head of an enor
mous alligator, that tixed a pair of wicked
litt'e eye 3 full upon him. The monster
had doubtless bc^n watching him all the
time, r. iiil; his movements shore
ward had cut 'it. just in time to stop it.
Charles Ackworth ijvvua himself, about the
goicg down cf the sud, rrx f .y feet frrm
shore aud gtarded by a Pontchari'iin
crocodile.
In the first moment of turpriEe bis (the
man*) feet slipped on the slippery log, and
he vat oompMfttily soused in the water be
fore he could scramble back to hia footing.
Thee he betoDk himself to a large limb,
leaving hU v. '■ below, and made a deliber
ate snrviy of She situation. While doing
this, and wringing the water from his
clothe?, his horror was intensified by seeing
the monster <juii»-«i»d«?liber»teiv draw him
self ou the U.g at full length and begin a
slow movement toward him. As the black
knubs i.i! his back lose abr> ve the water in
ucitulatory motion he eonld reckon to an
iuch the l<ngtf< ot the saurian from tip of
siiMit to the la^t scale upon his swinging
caudal. Tnis was cot, however, like
mi LEi-nng a dried specimen with tape-line.
Evtry fout of that fifteen was animated
r.t-d tag<T. The body was reeking with
■lime ; his mouth, »h he opened and closed
it iv hi- awkward thamblp, displayed full
rows jf tin se lar*e roond teeth so coveted
by hunters S3 chargcrH for rille guvs.
Tr.e reptile breathed with a sighing
Ecuud, ar.d Ackworth imagined there was
an oder of carrion upon the sir. Aa the
hideous reptile reached the first fork in the
tree his weight brought down another ton
of earth from the bank, End had not Ack
worth bet n confident that the longer bough
rested en tho bottom he would have given
up all for loit. As it was, he was obliged
to seek a loftier position, and there tied
himself with su?penr]crs and handkerchief
and prepared to piss the night. Tne alli
gator, seeing the iUh hanging to a limb,
took them in at a gulp, lints and all.
This feat biing accomplish d the h.^ast
spread himself at full length, ami, tixiDg
his eye upen hi« prey, suggested in his
own crooodilean styX : " I.a in no hurry.
I am patient. 1 have had my snack. When
you get tired roostirg there I will have
you."
Aa the two faced each other thus the
man, who was not patient, cursed his ill
fortune that he had neither gun nor pistol
to match those villainous teeth. There,
in plain sight, leaned in a dogwood fork,
the gun, good at twenty paces to blow
the very skull-platca from tha animal's
head. There, hanging by their side, the
rifled pistoiß. Only one shot to bore out
that little red eye, and he almost felt that
he could die happy. A wide yawn from
the alligator indicated a desire for sleep.
An immense owl of the gray species then
took up his station over the niw useless
■M|*lM| aiid began so dismal a hooting
— sounds so unnatural and unexplainablc
upon ordinary principles— that Ackworth
aould only feel that they were intended
for his death-song, though why the owl
should colleague with the alligator he
could not imagine. All this was discour
aging enough. But there was an added
horror. Dsforo the owl had finished the
first chapter of his dirge a splashing in
the water called his attention to the
fact that another alligator had come
on duty. Another reptile, allured by
Eome instinctive - sense of prey, was
swimming round the tree top, as if seeking
an entrance and a welcome. How many
tunes that circuit was made will never be
known. How many times Saurian No. 1
raised himself to his feet at the man's
slightest movement and opened his month
to its limit need not be told. How many
water Enakes (moccasics), with cold, slimy
skins, crept over Ackworth's hands and
feet as they squirmed through the tree
tope — ugh I The night in length was Polar
Arctic; in horrors, Taitarean. It recalled j
Banyan 'B hero as he passed in the darkness
throuph the valley of the shadow of death.
Would morning never come ! Not a star
i was visible, for heavy banks of clouds
cime up over the lake, and smart showers
of rain beat upon the unprotected fisher
man clinging now to that treetop. Then
it ceased, the wind veered to the north,
and it became cold, very cold. Ackworth
shivered as though he would break his
fastenings. And still sentinel No. L' con
tinue! hi* circuit splashing, No. 1 his
yawning watch, the gray owl his heart
rending dirge.
At laat daylight, oh, blessed light, came.
Nature's long sleep ended. The day birds
left their perches. A gang of j»y birds
drove the owl clear down the lake, picking
the very tail feathers out of him. Kver
since that day Ackworth always kills an
owl whenever he can. Alligator No. 1,
wearied of fruitless watching, disappeared.
The tun arose gloriously, and warmed and
dried him and cheered bis very heart. The
snakes tronbled him no more. The mother
duck came back with her little fleet, plum
ing her feathers leisurely, never suspecting
that he Si.w how playfully the ducklets
pecked at every feather the threw off. The
long-legged heron ventured to his day's
lishing. A troop of deer watered within
twenty steps of the gentleman who was
perched on the top of a beech tree, guarded
by an alligator.
It was long after noon, however, before
the reptile, to his great joy, withdrew sul
lenly and sunk to the bottom. No time
was lost by Ackworth in releasing himself
from his bonds and resuming his journey
to the shore, bat his limbs were so cramped
that he could scarcely move, and before he
had got half way down the log, a loud
splashing behind showed that the alligator
had seen the movement and was on his way
ti thwart it. Ackworth plunged forward.
He slipped, he fell, he spattered the water
with his hands, all the time hearing the
paddles of hia pursuer drawing nearer. It
was a drawn race, the parties reached the
bank neck- and- Leek. Mr. Ackwonh fell
at the foot of the tree just as the alligator
struck him with his caudal appendage across
the back.
Had the blow fallen a few inches higher
this Btory had never been published. A
broken back would have disabled the man,
and those white-rowed teeth would have
crushed him. His boiy, dragged to the
bottom of the lake, would have h in a
bone of contest for a whole school of alli
gators. But it hit a part of the body in
tentionally elastic, and the blow hoisted
the man clear over the b&nk iuto a sturdy
holly bush, whose thorns penetrated his
flesh and rent his garments in a hundred
place;. So he was taved. Surely bruis-.-d
and out of brtath, hip sprained so that he
never bes'rode saddle again without pain.
Ackworth felt that he was saved.
Nor was he entirely unavenged. For
should tho reader, seeking the scene of this
terrible adventure, discover an alligator of
some fifteen, or by this time eighteen, feet
long, whose right eye is absent, removed
by a ritla ball, he may safely set him down
as the identical sentinel who made the
night hours dreary with his presence. — ■
t Robert Morris, L.L. D.
NOVELTIES IN DECORATIVE WARES.
Novelties in decorative and fancy wares
in New York appear in great numbers and
ingenious variety this season, and offer ir
rceistible temptation to those who have
money to spend and friends to supply with
wedding, birthday, or Christmas presents.
Immense brass portrait plaque*, and
placque pictures painted on porcelain, are
among the late things for hall and library
decoration, not that these are in them
selvta Id bo considered " new," but that a
revival of taste in this direction renders
them desirable, and has stimulated a wide
demand. Thus we ccc fourteenth and fif
teenth century heads in bronze and brass
surrounded by a broad disk skillfully
wrought and containing cabalistic letters
and dates. Oaeof the attractions of a Broad
way wicdow has been costume studies of
the sixteenth and seventeenth centurics-by
Page, the French artist, wonderfully fine
in detail and mobt exquisitely painted upon
blue porcelain with delicate scroll work
upon the blue and the subtlest harmony of
color ou the go?d and satin brocades of the
robes and other aocessori-'s of the magniri
cent costumes. Usually the porcelain
plaques represent heads only, or busts, ai.d
these give the figures at the full length and
furnish superb sty lea of beauty and form.
A pair of these cost* 5750, and are well
worth the money. A Louis yuinze table
just received at an art store is inlaid with
a porcelain in the center centainiug a por
trait of Marie Antoinnette, and is sur
rounded by miniatures upon porcelain of
the ladies of the court, which form the
border, aud are each inscribed with the
name in small gold letters. This table is
valued at $750 also.
Wrought brass appears in innumerable
forms. The indispensable to happiness
consist of a fender, a set of fire-irons, and
an art coal scuttle, which may cost any
where from .'J.IO to .?250, or more. Almost
equally essential is the brass mantel clock,
antique in form, and the candelabra also of
an antiquated pattern. Spinning-wheels
have had their day ; they are too trouble
some, take up too much room, and have an
air of affectation. They cannot be put on
the mantelpiece cor hung on the wall, and
they hsr* th<"«We been sunt back to the
attic, or cut up for firewood. The three
gods of household idolatry at present are
brass, china and plush.
The new sconces are of chased brass,
forming a panel worked in relief instead of
an upright mirror at the back of the
swinging sockets for candles. Brans can
dlesticks to set Sat are formed like censers
of polished saucers, with the socket in the
/. -». r . aid are accompanied by tray acd
snuffer*. Tt,~ old s^jr^'^-watrdiC'ck ap
pears, however, among the noveiti-Xjlid
is more curious than the simple ones of
bras?, which it antedateß. It ia made in
old silver and nickel, of oxidized mtt.il,
and is at present rare. Men are becoming
very luxurious, a.~d their dressing-rooms,
sitting-rooms, wardrobes and repositories
for personal belongings display tastes more
costly than those of women. It is they
who bnild the modern palaces and fit them
up in gorgeous style ; they who' apecd
fabulous sums on household decrations. and
who now indulge in an amount of personal
luxury which throws the habits of elegant
women quite iv the shade; underwear
of the softest, richest, knitted silk ; dozens
of the South American pajamas for night
and dressing room wear of China crepe,
soft-wooled Chinese silk cashmere, flannel
bound with satin and embroidered, and all
in the daintiest, most delicate tints and
colorp, such as ivory, pale blue, pink, buff,
or violet. The pajamas consist of drawers
ar.d loose, blouse jacket, with sailor collar.
When made in ivory they are often faced
with a collar and embroidered with ivory
silk in a little vine, or in the corners of
collars and cuffs. If the psjama is in
colors it will perhaps be embroidered with
white, or have applique cut out of white
satin cloth or velvet embroidered od. The
daictest of all is an all-white pajama of
ivory Chinese crepe or Bilk, enriched with
hand embroidery, and these are made for
wedding outfits of fashionable men, who
will have a dozen of white, a dozen
trimmed with color, and a dozen in various
delicate colors embroidered with white.
These elegant gentlemen have for smok
ing companions the gate of a country
house in nickel or silver, with chain rings
instead of bars to hold cigars upright, and
side lights representing gate lamps, bus
holding candles and post pedestals to form
match-holders. These cost from .*l5O to
$260, and are sometimes ornamented with
a bird, or a rooster in the act of crowing,
/mother recently imported piece of mascu
line extravagance is a lamp, the lowet part
of which forms a tripod sot in a double
hoof, decorated with natural hair. There
are two burners representing wax candles
under tinted and decorated gla«s, and the
cost for a lamp of this kind is about §250,
Another lamp has for ita standard a horse
shoe with stirrup and ridiug whip erased
and twisted. As fur the expensive ash
trays and liquor sets and pipe-racks and
dress:rgcasc3 and the like, space and time
would both fail jn their enumeration. It
may be mentioned, however, that among
the personal properties of one young gen
tleman in New York city are 370 odd silk,
6atin and knitted neckties, and upward of
titty walking sticks. The inventory did
not go any further, or it might have devel
oped equally curious results in other de
partments.
< i isas Pitifii. Condition.— Sencr
Adolfo Mirquez Sterling, a distinguished
Cuban journalist acd lawyer, sailed yes
terday on the Canada on his way to Spain.
In regard to the condition and prospects of
Cuba Seuor Sterling said : "lam of the
opinion that the colony has nothing more
to hope for from even an angelic Govern
ment at Madrid. Outrages, corruption
and mismanagement are as rampant as ever.
The Madrid 'iovernment ia daily drawing
upon the Cuban treasury to make up defi
ciencies there occurring. The country is
very poor and insecure. The ( Jovernor has
deglared C maguey and Cuba in a state of
siegp, so as to clear the country of lawless
characters Itft by the war, and without
trial exile them to th* penal colony on the
coast of Africa. Th| native element is ii!
at case, and wouldf hail any movement
fairly promising a <|r ick deliverance from
the state of traneitic^, so protracted, either
to independence or annexation to this conn
try. Havim.' loet the Karopean markets
for its sugar, and ilr yen the manufacture
of cigars into the. l&iited States, the island
has only the American market for ita
sugars. Kven th:s »iay not last long, if the
| sugar-making inrtg*try develops Jn your
Southern States aa it promises to do. Then
the United Stated -.rill soon become an ex
porter, and the isji>nd will be traded off by
Spain as a good rildance. Kvery thinking
person in Cuba ksows that there ie no loop
hole out of our financial embarrassments,
and everybody n making hay while the sun
shines." — [Newl'ork Sun.
•»•_ " PRESUHtnos begins in ignorance and
end* in ruin.' Oa the other b»n), the pro
duction of Xl-bey-Wort be*an with wiie
cauti ns ..a ! •= ita?ifL- rs e»rcb, and ita me
ends in restoring nhutend conntitatioris and
endowing men and women witli health nod
happiness. "Wy tormented back," ia the
exclamation of more than one poor, bard
working man st d woman ; do yon know why
it ache*? Tt iai,-'n;u»e your kidneys are over
tasked and need Ktren^theniat-, and y-.nr nys
tern new'.H to he cleansed of bad humors. Viu
Lead Kidney- Wort.
A cigar-maker of Brooklyn, N. V.. waa
playfully slapped on the face by a fellow
workman, and Boon became unconscious.
All efforts to revive him proved unavail
ing, and he died the same day.
" Rough on Kats."— Clean out rato, mic. ,
flies, roaches, bedbiup, ante, vermin, chip
munks. 15 cents.
(DAILY KRCOKD-I .MOV SLUSi-.
I VOL. XVI.-NO. :i.
SOMETHING ABOUT CURTAINS,
There is no one thing that adds so much
to the furnishing of a room as curtain*.
Yv ith a good carpet-, nice walls, tasty cor
taine, theugh you have li'.tle furniture
id yonr room, it will look quite elecant.
I'here is no greater mistake nude bypeo
ple furnislung than putting all their money
into a parlor set, and leaving only enough
N; buy dark shades for their windows.
Where a house is without shatters, dark
shades secra a neceesity ; but uglier things
could not have been thought of than the
present fashionable shades— dark cray aud
brown. They mike the houte ~ gloomy
within, and look, outside, as if no one
lived in the house. For shades there ia
nothing prettier than white, and nothing
wears much better. I have some that
have h?en in use five years, and do not
look so very had yet. The dust slips off
Holland very easily, and if the large brass
rings are attached to pull them down with,
thtycanbe kept free from finger marks.
But inside the shades some drapery ia
necessary to give a graceful appearance to
the windows. These can be of Swiss,
scrim, or Canton lUnnel, as one fancies. If
the windows are a north look-out, Swiss
could be used very well ; these are pretty,
made to pirt in the center, and edged
with antique or coarse torchon lace, and at
the top set in large box-plaits and fastened
to rings slipped on a pole. It is
not accessary to purchase the heavy,
expensive po!e*. and rings at the
stores, if you choose to manufacture your
own. Have a pole turned at the carpen
ter's a little lougtr than the width of the
window ; into the end fasten a knob,
which can be bought at a hardware Btore,
together with martingale-tiugs of iron,
which can be covered with crotclieting in
brown zephyr. Sew the^e at equal dis
tan.es aiong your curtains, and hart; them
on two large hooks, which can be pur
chased at the hardware store. The cur
tains should only reach t^e tioor ; loop
them bick a lit'le below the middle of the
window with ribHous, and not at the win
dow-sill, as formerly.
For a door, a pretty curtain ia made of
tarlatar, vjry full, gathered on astringat
the top and bottom ; part in the middle,
and tie back to each side with a ribbon, so
that the opening forms a diamond. In
side of this have a red or white shade to
draw down for privacy.
A very pretty way to fix a window lo^k
ing out upon an unpleasant scone, is to dia
solve Kpsom salts into beer until it is the
consistency of cream, and put it upon the
i-lass with a sponge. It will form the most
beautiful shapes— equal to Jack Frost's
paintings. This srraugGment keeps cut
ugly sights, but does not keep out the
light.
If the curtains are made of Canton flan
nel, the trimming should be in broad bands
of another contrasting color, put a foot
from the top, directly across the curtain,
and on a line with tho window-sill place
anothi- band. Nine inches, at least, in
widtif :-houid the bands be ; line the cur
tains *:th thin cambric, and trim them on
the e4{.;e with worsted fringe, which ornei
in be»ttifnl shades at from 20 to 50 cents
a y;ird If you would like them more
cli'oointe, there are beautiful stripa of
wool canvas about six inches wide, to be
had id all colors, which can bo embroidered
in anjr of the pretty stiches now used, and
need v the binds, instead of another shade
of Canton tlinnel. These stripe* come for
afgha^, but c*n be used for a number of
articles where stripe? are employed. They
are in nearly ail colors, and are 50 cents a
yard. ■
Vey heavy gray linen is also used for
curtaips; along the edge of the pattern the
linen i outlined in worsted or crewel. With
the great abundance of material it is very
easy iD theso days to make home beautiful,
if one) lias taste ; and one cannot do that
with flenty of money unless they have
taste. S They great trouble with many
home! is there is too much mixture in
therai' To have everything one must have
a larji hou3e ; and when people kirn to
furuiaii houses accor^iin^ to l t.iu; wa
s ° a " *^ '.'mflfe' pitlty homes. Furnish e'ot
jas ajf,a cottage furniture, and leave the
massifr; sly lea tor larger houses.
LIME-KILN CLUB VIEWS OF ARIS
TOCRACY.
"What I am gwine to remark," ob
served tbe old man as Elder Tocts i|uinrl-
dropped otf to dream of tln» n,t • ;, , :
the olden time, "« to di ef , k datdfa
etebdoae imrtma :,u «*he > i M
b ■ ' H'l w i hue * f..r *»ku:' o t ,
a polloemac a^lt v ,ju .'a 'ie t • iv
do »!'.s o f Omigwn . His hi-, tia bis
ear tii V;j« I. r ' fl-tntiu { i»r el ry c:. ;: *v
in d>- laad. Ii urn i .It :,:..'. b .»udder,
but cl .n ,at,n,;.cr dat we lias to do
wid. If Brudder Shin's great un^le waa
King of de Caunibal Islands, dat doan'
help Samuel to pay his rent or buy his
'tater?. Whalebone Howkcr may trace
I his blood back to an emperor who owned
10,000 mules, but Whalebone will pay a
line of three dollars ebery time he spitg
on de stove, came as de reß* of you.
Boomerang Johu&uu could no doubt es
tablish de fact dat he am descended from
a household which could pay a milk-nill
widout havin' tv pawn de bide board, but
it am neberthtless sartin dat Brudder
Johnson won't have any pancakes grow
cold on his table dis winter.
"Judge a man as you tind him, an' doan'
forgit dat de son of a Senator kin display
all de msMiiFU expected of de son of a
| convicr. [I dar xm any ireinber in dig
club who v.-.'i\s is lineage traced back cix
or seben-thuuoui' \'ars to see whether hia
ralashons t<> ik fosi or secoud cabin passago
in i!.' ark, or vaa'i his blood strained to
a. c if it am blue or red, let him go ahead ;
bu' »■ de ti.ne I feel it my duty to
w;ini all sich poM ms dat it am fur cheaper
to l>uy a tan-cent uimlet an' hire a live-cent
boy to bore a hole in de top of yer head an'
let the w.i!ii:j- blow itself oil. De Sekre>
tary will nose call de roll an' make out a
list oi sicii int!:il>6ri as want to trace deir
blond back to linn."
Tu* roil wa3 called, and not one member
of the liil present responded. When the
call had i . » n tiuished, I'rof. Kus^forth
Parker arose u,\ asked if there was any ob
jection to his taki.'. o ' steps to lind out
whether his grandfather was a pott or a
blacksmith."
'■ Dar am '." was the prompt reply, "kaae
it would be a loss of time. I knowed de
ole man myself, an' I kin inform you dat
he ws3 nullin' but a werry cummon uigger,
who wouldn't do an hcur's work a week
onless kicked to it. I also remember dat he
was (quint-eyed, an' had heels so long dat
he could war bis butes hind side afore."
[Detroit Free I'refs.
PARAGRAPHS ABOUT THE FAIR SEX.
Mme. Helen Modjeska, the actress, oc
capies claliorat«-!y-fitted rooms in tho Hotel
BrunHwicV, id B.>stou.
Victor Hogo'a daughter Adele c»n recite
moat of hia p.etiy without book. She is
about 50 and a iuuatio.
Mrs. Howe says women do not fall in
love any more, l'lace a woman in front <>t
a milliner'a window .-j! ice if she rioesn't.
A pretty girl cf 18, neat in dress and
politu in nni.i.! r, is a bootblack in Ualves
ton. She has a chair at a street corner,
and makes *.'{ to -*ij a day.
Delia — " What are liair-breadth escapes !
Please give me an illustration." Really
you err in appealing to in. Write to soir.e
married editor— [Springfield (O.) News.
Misa liOuiie S. Baker has supplied tho
pnlpit "' the Congrrgatiooal Cnurch at
Nactacket for two kmuu, She left a
lucrative position as Uachtr to engage in
this work.
Mri. Howells, who is a sister of I .ark in
Mead, the eculptor, is taid to have con
siderable artistic ability ; she is tall, slen
der and fair, with a long white throat, and
has a charming smile.
Many people are doubtless wondering
; what " cogue"' plumes are. For the lake
- of the ladies who donbtlesa all think coqua
plun.l*^ very fashionable, we won't give
the plunks away, hut would simply state
that feinoe tii££_lu:caa:e the rage there is
not a roo&tcr in th*&S£^adVVar# that now
has a tail fit to go outinto"t7?i'«ft t Y^'th. —
[Evansville Argus. J
If Nearly Dead
After takirg tome highly puffed up stuff,
with long te»iim'>,i -.].->, turn tc> Hop Bitter*,
acd have no feir of any Kidney or Urinary
Troubles, Bright.) Disease, Diabetes or Liver
Complaint. Them diseases cicot refi.it the
curative power of Hup Bitten; beside*, it ia
the beat family medicine on earth.
On Monday in the United States Circuit
Court the petition of the South Mortntain
Mining Company, a bankrupt corporation
of Idaho, aeking that an auesimcnt of
$93 per share be levied on its capital stoc«,
was denied.
Hop.svonr>'s Acm Phosphate in dyspep
sia. Francis H. Atkins, A. A. Sniye.n, U.
S. A., s .ys : " For dyspepsia, whether in the
lean or corpulent, in nervous debility acd in
night sweat9^>{ c >csun>Dtion, it ha 9 com
monly «iqfen speedy benefit, and come uf my
army friends are quite enthusiastic about it."

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