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A Ckarlestown Man Bclates His exper
ience With tlie Critters.
B. 0. McFarland, Cnarlestown, watch
maker, laid down his instruments, push
ed his eyeglasses up on his forehead and
said: "Talk about gunning, I tell you it
is lively sport shooting alligators.
They're saucy , critters, and dangerous
ones-too. A number of years ago I was
in Jacksonville, FJa., on board the
schooner Carrie "Walker, my brother,
John McFarland, being captain of the
craft. We were hauled up at Scott's saw
mill, loading with lumber. Old Scott as
we used to call him, could swear the
bark off a southern pine tree. There
were two alligators under the mill, and
we wanted to shoot them. Old Scott
swore we shouldn'ffor,' said he, 'they've
been under my mill for several years,
and they're my pete!' One morning a
neerro bov. whose father worked in the
mill, was fishing from the wharf, when
one of tne alligators caugnt mm oy me
leg and pulled" him under the water.
That was the last of the boy. Some one
told Scott about it, but he wouldn't have
the alligators hurt The next day Scott's
nephew, a young boy whom the old man
dearly loved, was fishing from the same
wharf when he was caught by one" of the
alligators and devoured. When Scott
heard of the fate of his nephew he was
beside himself with rage. Rushing into
the mill he shouted; 'Every man stop
work and go and kill them alligators un
der the mill. Not a stick of timber will
he sawed here till them cussed critters
are dead. I'll pay every man just the
same as though the mi 11 was running.
Them cuBBed alligators have eat my boy!'
"Every man quit work, and, armed
with stickB, axes, shot-guns, and pistols,
began war on the alligators. On the
third day the crocodiles were killed. On
opening them only a few small pieces of
cloth and several buttons were found.
The death of the boy was a hard blow
to Scott, and he never could forget the
sad affair. Alligators are very tricky.
For instance a flock of geese will alight
on the river, and soon you will observe
an alligator some distance off, stick his
nose out of water and look about him.
The next time you see him his head is
poked up among the geese. They can
measure distance to a dot.
"I was on board the schooner on the
Mississippi one time, when I noticed a
man and woman in a small boat crossing
the river, I also observed an alligator
push his nose out of the water. The
man in the boat saw the crocodile, too,
for he began to increase the number of
strokes with his oars. Again the alliga
tor came to the surface. He was nearer
the boat than vi hen first seen. The man
increased his speed. When the alliga
tor showed himself again he had short
ened the distance between himself and
the boat. The man now exerted him
self for all he was worth, for it was a
race of life and death. Fortunately the
shore was near. The boat touched land
at last, but as it did the man and woman
got up and ran. The latter had left the
boat when the alligator's nose appeared
over the stern, and a coat, upon which
the woman had been sitting, "was lifted
from the seat and with the crocodile dis
appeared beneath the surface of the wa
ter. Bad the man been half a minute
later in reaching the shore the woman
would have lost her life.
"Alligators when wounded while in
the water will take the land. You have
got to know how to shoot them. I al
ways fired into the mouth. Stand in
front of the critters, for their tails are
powerful, and with them they can fell
an ox or a horse. The hides of these al
ligators are exceedingly tough."
What a Woman Can Do.
There are lots of things a woman can
do that a man cannot. A woman can
hold more clothes pinadn her mouth and
look through a knot hole at the same
time. She" can come to a conclusion
without the slightest trouble of reason
ing on it, and no sane man can do that.
She can saiely stick fifty pins in her
dress while he is getting one under the
thumb nail. She can button her shoe?
standing up, with both feet on the floor,
but he can't. She is as cool as a cucum
ber in half a dozen tight dresses and
skirts, wh;le a man will swet and fume
and growl in one loose shirt. She can
talk as sweet as peaches and cream to a
woman she hafes, while two men would
be punching each other's heads before
they had exchanged ten words. She
can throw a stone with a curve that
would be a fortune to a base-ball picher.
She can say "No," and stick to it for a
time. She can also say "Ne" in such a
low voice that it means "Yes." She can
pass a display window of a dry goods
store withoutstopping, if she is running to
catch a train. She can dance all night in a
pair of shoes two sizes too small for her,
and enjoy every minute of the time. She
can sharpen a lead pencil, if you give
her plenty of time and plenty of pencils.
She can appreciate a kiss from her hus
band seventy five years after the mar
riage ceremony is performed. She can go
to church, and afterwards tell you what
every . woman in the congregation had
on, and, in some rare instances, can give
you a faint idea of what the text was.
She can walk half the night with a col
licky baby in her arms, without once ex
pressing the desire to murder the infant.
She can go to the theatre every evening,
and the matinee on Wednesday and
Saturday, and still possess sumcent
strength to attend Sunday evening sacred
concert. She can but what's the use?
A woman can do anything or everything,
and do it well. She can do more in a
minute than a man can in an hour, and
do it better. She can make the alleged
lord of creation bow down to her own
sweet will, and they will never snow it.
She can drive a man crazy for twenty
four hours, and bring him to paradise in
two seconds, by simply tickling him un
der the chin, and there does not live that
mortal son of Adam's misery who can
Forethought elf Wtater Eggs.
New 1'ork Tribune,
The editor of a leading poultry paper
has said that a hen-house sunk into the
ground is objectionable because, being
enclosed on two sides, it can sot be ven
tilated. Now, there is no more difficulty
about ventilating a cellar or well than a
garret, if there are live animals in it to
generate heat enough to make a change
of air desirable. Another poultry writer
says hens must be let out into open sheds
to take the air every winter day. I kept
last year twenty-live shut up three
months in a house as near air-tight as I
could make it, except the ventilators
The hens were happy, healthy, and laid
every day; and, what was more remark
able almost every egg set hatched. I
carried a pailful of eggs to St. Albans,
eight miles, on the bottom of my buggy.
expecting to sell them to my grocer, but J
.who picked jout thirty of hfetory of the life of Prsmkie Love
k them in ft common lam- iand, nee Morris, who was convicted
itinm an A trutlr
ber-box double wagon over the hills to
Fairfield, about six miles more, ana
every egg produced a live chick. ir.
Biggs, of Connecticut, has a )" nn
nerv four feet under ground and nve
feet above, made to he warm. He want
ed eggs in the winter when they brought
50 cents or 60 cent a dozen. The pullets
were made to lay fonr months after tney
were hatched. But he found bad air in
this hennery, which could not be got
out: that point was not thought of wnen
he constructed it. So he made a Hue
reachine up to the gable of the roof, and
running down' to within four or nva
iynaanr the hnftnm of the hennery.
He had no difficulty after that in making
... . a -:.. : Ha ofmngnnATA
mat room jobs aa u " """"VS.""
as your barn or house. he draught was
altogether up. Air enough came in, al
though the windows were as tight as
could be. The result was pure air;
v.;iroTia Tiflwr rUfleased: thev were
healthy and happy crowing and cackling
and laying nice eggs, xnere ia uu
of freezing birds' combs, I have kept
Leghorns for years and never had a
New Pastime for a Winter Evening.
A mock "civil-service examination,"
conducted by Mr. C. E. Hardy, was held
at the Library Hall last night, which
afforded a good deal of amusement to
the large number of persons who were
present. A large class was formed, many
of our most popular ladies and gentleman
taking a part in it. A series of simple
ouestions was then asked eacn mem
ber of the claES in succession. The an
swers given were in most cases amusing,
and often ludicrous. America was dis
covered in eery month in the year 1492,
and no one gave the correct date. What
state was last admitted to the Union?
brought a variety of answers. Several
said Idaho, one Texas, some Nevada, one
Kansas, and one correctly answered
Colorado. Where was Napoleon born?
In France, in Europe, in Washington, in
the Mediterranean sea, in Corsica, and
the maioritv cave correctly, the Island
of Corsica. The distance of the earth
from the sun was estimated at all the
way from 1,000,000 miles to 1,000,030.000.
The question was aBked how many times
does the moon revolve around the sun
in tke course of a year, and seemed a
stunner. Some said four times, others
twelve, several answered five times, and
a small number answered one time. The
present King of Greece was named
George, William, Petroleum. "How many
planets are there?" was answered all the
way from four to eighteen. Some said
the planets were the earth, sun, moon
and stars. The freezing point of water
by Fahrenheit's thermometor was said
to be 28, 31, 33, 35, and everything
but 32, the correct point. "Who wrote
Gray's 'Elegy in a Country Church Yard?'
One answered Shakespeare; one said
Report ot the Attorney General.
On the 5th of October Gov. Martin sent a
letter to Attorney General Bradford, asking
him to ascertain the real facts touching the
enforcement of laws in Kansas, aud
especially the enforcement of the prohibi
On the 23 d of October, the attorney gen
oral replied to the inquiry which has been
printed, making eight pages of a large size
The summing up of the attorney general
is as follows:
In conclusion, allow me to say: Kansas
has a population of about one and one-
quarter millions of people; it nag eighty
hve organized counties: in sixty-two of
these counties, only 525 convictions have
been had for the violation of the various
criminal laws of the state since January 1st,
1885. That two hundred and thirty of that
numbar are convictions for the violation of
the prohibitory law. Fifty-two of the
eighty-five counties in the state report that
they have no saloons. Eight of the other
counties report that the law is partially en
forced. Two counties say the law is not
enforced, and we may infer that very little
has been done to enforce it. To the last
two counties I will add the counties of
Atchison, Ford and Lsavenworth, where
the law is openly and notoriously violated.
making a report from sixty-three counties
m the state. About seventy-nine per cent.
of all the cases brought for the violation of
the prohibitory law result m the convic
tion of the defendants, which showB a very
healthy condition of public sentiment upon
Yours very respectfully,
S. B. Bradford, Attorney Ganeral.
Clocks or tke White House.
There are a number of handsome and
historical clocks in the white house.
The clock in Colonel Lamont's room
has in it a cathedral gong that has such
a charming sound that persons frequent
ly wait to near it strike. It is a modern
affair, but has many admirers. There is
a clock in Miss Cleveland's room that
has been going without the interruption
of an hour for over twenty-five years.
In the president's bedroom there is an
other beautiful clock. In the .blue par
lor the famous clock, once the property
of Napoleon Bonaparte, and by him pre
sented to General Lafayette, who in turn
presented it to President George Wash
ington, still keeps perfect time. It is of
alabaster and French gilt bronze. It runs
for thirty days at one winding. In the
rea room rresiaenc Lincoln's clock ot
ebony and gold still strikes the quarteis,
naives ana nours wwn wonaeriui pre
cision. The only American made clock
in the white house was manufactured in
New York. It is kept in the green room,
and was purchased when James Monroe
Singular Effect of Naphtha,
Recently at the American Rubber
uempanys woks, uamDnage, jsaass., a
number of-the girls in the coat room
were suddenly overcome by the fumes
of the naphtha used in the cement on
the seams of the coats. '
One of the girls suddenly began to
laugh loudly and acted strangely, and
then fainted. Several others also
dropped upon the floor, and before phy
sicians could be summoned more than
thirty employes were unconscious or in
hysterics. The alarm spread to the
other employes, but they were soon
quieted by the foremen in charge, and
the girls most seriously affected were
sent to their homes in carriages. No se
rious results are anticipated in any of
the cases. Under certain conditions the
naphtha produces effects somewhat
similar to laughing gas.
Two young men near Council Grove,
Morris county, who had piled the road
full of obstructions in the shape of ties,
railroad iron etc., were detected near by
by the sheriff who grimly watched the
process of their rexval from behind a
the last term oi tne xiewuv wuuv -
trict court of murdering her mother to
secure insurance money, is being written
by M.KSipe of that county. It will be
remembered that Mrs. Lovelend has
been granted a no w trial. Her case will
come up again now in a short time.
Have tried Tongaline in facial neural
gia, with excellent results, it controls
the attack in a few hours, often giving
almost immediate relief. F. W. Owen,
It. D., Detroit, Mich.
25c. buys a pair of Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffen
ers, makes a boot or sbge last twice as long.
"A Perfect Flood or Sumshlne"
will fill the heart of every suffering woman
if she will only persist in the nse of Dr.
Piercs'B "Favorite Prescription." Is will
cuie the most excruciating periodical pains
and relieve you of a' I irregularities and
give healthy action. Is will positively care
internal inflammation and ulceration, mio
nlncamflnt and all kindred disorders. Price
reduced to one dollar. Bv druergiBtB.
If there ever was a specific for any one
complaint then Carter's Little Liver
Pills are a specific for Sick Headache,
and every woman should know this.
Tney are not only a positive cure, but
a sure preventive if taken when the ap-
proacn is leit. earners ljUtie laver
Pills act directly on the liver and bile
and in this way remove the cause of dis
ease without first making you sick by a
weakening purge. If you try them you
will not be disappointed.
"Semi-military discipline," what
ever that is, is to be introduced at Vas
sar this year.
Rough, on Catarrn.
corrects offensive odors at once. Complete cure
of worst chrome cases; also unequaied as gar
gle for dihptheria, sore throat, foul breath. 50c
ITCKlftC and Irritations or the skin and
scnlp, bums, scalds, piles, ulcers, poisons, bites
of injects and all skin diseases, quickly cured by
Cole's Carbolisalie. 25 &50 cents, at Druggist.
The inmates of the San Jose, Cal.,
jail have refused to pump water for the
use of that establishment unless they are
allowed extra rations.
"Bough, on Coughs."
Ask lor "Rough on Coughs," for coughs, colds,
sore throat, hoarseness. Troches, 15c. Liquid,
A sweet potato weighing 29J pounds
and' a squash of 195 pounds are among
the latest productions of San Diego coun
The probate judge of Cherokee county
has notified the druggists that on and
after December 1, 1885, all permits to
sell liquor will be revoked unless the
holder presents a certificate of registry
from the state board of pharmacy.
I had a severe attack of catarrh over a year
ago, and became so deaf I could not hear
common conversation. I suffered terribly
from roaring in my hed. I procured a
bottle of Ely's Cream Baling and in three
weeks could hear as well as I ever could,
and now I can cheerfully say to all who are
afflicted with the worst of diseases, catarrh,
and deafness.take one bottle of Elv's Oream
Balm and be cured. It is worm $1,000 per
bottle to any man, woman or child suffer
ing from catarrh. A.. E. Newman, Gray
ling, Campbell Co., Mich.
Mrs. Smith, the wife of a colored man
of Leavenworth, died recently of lock
jaw, from the effects of stepping on a
rusty nail some days ago.; M At
Notwithstanding the great number who
yearly succumb to thia terrible and fatal
disease, which is daily winding its fatal
coils around thousands who are unconsci
ous of its deably presence, Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery" will cleanse
and purify the blood of scrofulous impuri
ties, and cure tubercular consumption
(which is only scrofulous disease of t e
lungs). Send 10 cents in stamps ar get
Dr. Pierce's complete treatise on consump
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testimonials of cures. Addrees, World's
DisDensary Medical Association. Buffalo.
The Philadelphia, Academy of fine
Arts will probably raise the propose fond
Being entirely yegetabTe, no particular
care is required while using Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets." Tney ope
rate without disturbance to the constitu
tion, diet or occupation. For sick head
ache, constipation, impure blood, dizziness,
sour eructations from the stomach, bad
taste in mouth, billions attacks, pain in re
gion of kidneys, internal fever, bloated feel
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take Dr. Pierce's "Pellets." By druggists.
Russell Record: One day last week
little Fannie Hobson, whose parents
live about thirteen miles south of Rub
sell, met her death recently in an on
expected manner. She fell from a chair
in which she was sitting, and falling on
the edge of a bucket, her neck was brok
en, causing instant death.
t Bay vs shk, we tars sir Catfsrk,
Wisa sae -ws a ChUd, ske cried for CastacsK
Wke she beeasu Miss, ahe huf te CasterJa
a ad ChOszaa, she gars the Casted
Most persons think of GambridgeJ
Mass., as a mere college town a mellow
apple, of which Harvard is the core but
according to a census just taken, the
population is 60,000.
The number of immigrants landed
at Castle Garden so far this year is twenty-five
thousand less than during the
corresponding period of 1884.
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Neuralgia, rheumatism, aches, pains, sprains,
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A fine ledge of genuine marble has
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fifty rods in width.
Choice grapes are selling for a cent a
pound, wholesale, on parts of the Pacific
To bestork. sense of taste, smell or hear
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cases of catarrh, hay fever, colds in the
head, headache and deafness. It is doing
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active person. Ourdis- Cft fn 7 n percent,
counts are liliprnl ?iJU LU IUHr1roac
MURRAY HILL CO., 129 Fast 28th St., New York.
and NERVOUS HEADACHE
Am convinced, after tcetinc it. that Tosoauk
Eheammtic Nenralcia. and Mian fa, Mnvni.HlRhil?
saatism.-WAi.TZB Coxxs, 1L2 SC Loia, Mo."
I Hava tmctfld Tmrmrnn U ... i 1 -r
raltpa. It has given me perfect satisfaction.
O. B. OSTBjjano, II. 1 IVuziimT, TJL
lri?9 TosoiUHX fa Nerxralgis sad Tnff i-
-...y w. mrmsttflm Titn thn Trrr fiiM immIh
Tie Best J
The lfiail BRAND SUuum towaamled vilauruot, sad will seep yea arr
in the hardMt storm. The new POMMEL 8UCKi3i Is a perfcet ridiafeoal,
andeorersCaenUra saddla. Bewmraoflmiteaona. fieeaffenainewithoetta
-HhI3rmnd"trada-mrk. JJlBstratadCataloriMfree. AJ.Tower, BostoB.STaas.
tsvty know all about Miiatarg Tja
imcat Few do. Nrtto'tttwi.
"Extending to the end of my loss sat
to my brain!
Wrniri msuta ma ffaltrfrknol ;
MI ... till ' ?" ij
"it too: uiree men to noio on wi m
bed at times!
"The Doctors tried in Tain to relierc
me, bat to no purpose.
JfomAtns and oust cmolmtl -Vh,
"Had no Affect!
A ta-w 4-wa vtnttt T ran aiWAtv , Aa
"When my wito
heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitten,
had done for her, she at once ot and
and gave me some. The first dose eased
my brain and Eoemed to go hunting
through my aystem for the pain.
The cecond dose eased me so much that I slept
two hours, something I had not done for tr
months. Before I had used fire bo:tle, Iwai
well and at work as hard as aay man could, fsi
over three weeks; but X worked too hard for my
jtrength, and taking a hard cold I waa lakes
with the most acnte and painful rheumatism all
through my system that ever was known.
"1 caiiea tne aoctors again, ana alter Bererai
weeks they left me a cripple on crutches for lite,
asthjyBald. I met afriead and told him mr
case, and he said Hop Bittei s had cured him and
"vould cure me. Ipoohed at him, bat he was so
earnest I was induced to use them again
In les than four weeks I threw away ray
jruiches and went to woi lightly and k.pt s
ruing the outers for five weeks, nn.il I became at
well as any man living.sad har fceen so for its
It has also cured my "ife, -ho had
been sick for years; and ins kept her
and my children well and imlthy with
from two to three bottles per yetr. There
is no need to be sick , at all if thesu bit
ters are used. J. J. Bibs:, Ex-Supei
"That poor invalid wife. Sister, Moth
"Can be made the picture of health!
"with a few bottles of Hop Bitters!
"Will you let them mjferllir
Prosecute the Swindler-! J
If when you call for Hop Bitters the drugsrla
hands out anything but ' Hop Bttlers" with
green cluster ol Hops on white label, shun that
druggist as ynu would a viper; and if he hns tak
en your money for a bogus stud, indict him fo
the fraud and sue him for damages for the gwia
die, and we will rewara you libentily for th
Bee TJ. 8. Court injunction against C. D. Warner.
Eeadins, Mich., and all the salesmen, agent
rtmogUta and other imitators.
DR. H. H.GREEN,
A Specialist for ElsTem Taan Pas.
Has treats Dressy and ns eosssoaMoss ssi
moat wonderful aseeeui ssas veMtahts rsosssMs
estlrely harmless. Rsmerai al ayasssosM ef srsssl
phresatlsaUKmossMBCsIsi By test
rromtsa first sets Iks Brmsteraa
Sear, and la tea days at least twets4rss
mi are removed.
some may cry aamnot wttaotjt
rout is. tfsmemDer, n a
te realise the Berts el m
oes sot seat yea
i sterna er mr
i constantly canng esses
wels ceatlvs. have tS
ire sees tapped a
patient seclared nnable te lire a w
nistory or case, name sex, I
badly swollea sad where, udo
laiory oi case, name sur. sew lea
nsrstea ana anppea waten
DDOd WateR. Bead for fraa uanHS
eentalning testimonials, eaesticaa, eta
to days treatment furalshad fire ly seaO.
apiiessy its psattlTsly cares.
u eraer uuu. seas
Mies Arsaae, islemts. ssv
PER WEEK, .ig
I-WI Umm a fa C-Td.K.
to BTJTKBS quids: lmf
lasmcel gept. and Marca,
eacavyear. 49-SK6 paces,
wkals Pletsnre Gsdlerr
QlVXf Wholesale P-lcrs
masers ens all ceesls for
mw SbsbLIw sue. Tells Mew ta
V ajael artves) exact east mt mxmrwm
tklsts; yes mm, est, ebrtalr, wear, e
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BOOKS eamsaia smlwraaattom sjleaneel
firtraatsie saarluie ef tat werld. TV
wot aaafl a mmvw VKEE to aui.
ipost reeelpS efllets. to defray
T alltaag, IssCswltearxroas
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
SS7 as 199 Wskrt Assssse Celeajf HI.
Mothers and nurses, send to Woolrlch & Co.,
Palmer, Mass., giving address In full for pamph
lets pertaining to the rearing of children, etc
Ridge's Food is the best food in the world for in
valids, and is readily taken by the little folks, and
always with satisfactory results when taken ac
cording to the directions accompanying each
can. Set of cards forwarded for stamps.
saaf. rreauatare JSeear,
and ail forms of UcMllty la sfes
. w " "w, t ico or excesses uaieur sae aaaSw
CweS withoatconflnemPBt br tie
rnrmly estabUshed in AmericlelrlsmLiafrK
BKiliiyjgT .'l"'fer (not toboyg, or carle.
fw-fJMkers). Utk utaatrated work on rMscasoa esT
V9eaiea,rore.cenUinatanip.) Oiveateatimoalals. beat
i and medical refi
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