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O column ono ye;xr, liW.no Oixt-hnlf. column, ono rear, 8MX) One-fourth column, one year, One square (10 Mni) I insertion Sery additional insertion, frofomional mid limine cards o( not mora than 5 linos, per year, Auditor, Executor, Administrator Mil AmiKtiee Notice, Editorial notices per linn, All Iranaciont advertwing loss 15.1) 75 60 G.OO 2.50 15 than t month Id emits a line. All advertisement for a shorter pe riod than ono year are payablo at th time they are ordered, and U not paid tee person ordering them will be nold; woonsihle for tho nvinev. Poetryi a-- i . 1 . -zrz THE GOAT Al ti.Vtil!.. The goat stood on the railway track Whence all liN mate luid fled, And proudly archo 1 Ids sturdy Un it And bent his horned head. With feet firm planted, there he stoo l, As bound to hold Ills own ; The nrenttire had (?ot up it- blood T was gniiiL clean to tho bono. Tho train rolled on, 'twas time to ir", Oh 1 why did be refin T The engine whistled shrill, but no, To leave lie did not clmoce. lie seemed to cull, "fUy,ooiur.vdi's,uy, Why huvo ye turned ami run f" t And wondered t'.i.it they wouldn't sUy To see a tittle fun. Attain he stoo l, In haughty pride, A challenge from each horn ; The hissing steam alone replied, And fast the train rolled on- He heard the engine's laboring breath, The thunder of tho train. Yet stubbornly, his post of death, 1. turiuined to uiuiutuiu. Then catue ft midden, fearful shoek, The goat oh! where was he t Ask of the buh or bJg K'ay rook With fragments scattered free Of hoofs, and horns, and things per haps, It wore not well to note, For iiuught butdlseoiineeted scraps Was that pour billy-goat. L. II V. JOIUINAL. THE CRIER. While they sat before the lire, Nothing more did hi desire, Thau to get a little nigitcr, If he could ; And his heart boat high and higher, And her look grew and shy shyer, While he slid up elo.-ie b.idj Iter, As he shoiiKl, Then he ventured to Inquire, If her sister, June Marlur, And her mother and her sire. Were cpiito si ill r And from time to tint.-? he oyed her, As though he would like to buy her, And his baslifullnusj was dire, For a spell. Then his husky throat grew dryer Wheu ho told her that the 'tHpiire To himself woulil glailly tie her If she would ; Might he now go ask her sire T And he thought he would expire, When she suid to his desire, That he could. BUHPKTPlt. I . . qqfjf ..... For The Post. REBEL PRISONS BY OR. n. ROTHItOCK. The dead, that were gntbered to gather daring tbo day wero plitcod in what was k do won as the dead house, a rude shod frame, covored with boshos. From tbeoco, each morning, thoy were taken, an thrown upon a wagon drawn bv tbree raulos, with a negro, driver, soatod upon tbo right raulo, an 1 wero taken to tbo place of inter moot. luedoad Domes woro looilod tip on ibis wagon, tbo same way our A'ortbern farmers load oord-wood to haul to market. Sornetiruos tbey were pilod upon eoeb other, so high lb at ono or more would roll off, of. ion tue uoaj, euoaidors, ana arms of one or more of the bodies protrud ing over the side and from the rear of the wagon, or from nnder tho dead piled above them, the droop log Jaw, the swaying head, undulat ing with oaoh motion of the wagon, tbo whole mass of dead bodies jolt log and swaying, as a oomrada ex preBaod it, "like so much soft soap." It was said that from this wagon maggots ana vermin of va- nous kinds ooold be scooped, after inch an exoorsion, by the handful. In this same wagon onr rations were bsuled into prison for as, shovelled in were the dead bodies bad lain i tod with files, which gnthor, in a iimate like Georgia, npon all eat tblos exposed, cave ns food, espoo- Wly for thought, and when cooked, wsu miied with everything wbioh B. .a 1 at waia m euonsivo ana uisagreenbie. Doetb in prison, nnder suoh cir- ftnttanoea, was sut always Jookod t - .. . -no always pioeM kf wnxto,' If VOL. trembling joy, as a message of freei lorn spoken to imprisoned men. Death ended all the untold misery men had to ondnre,under such fiend- sb, and inhuman wretches. Doath, was tbo harbinger of peaco and joy. Soon of tor our arrival in Auder- souvillo prison, wo woro continually tronblod and aunoyed by having our scanty clothes, blankets, and cook' uff uieuBUS Bioion irom ns. iuerei .i ftii tvm-n no man v teinnlntinns. anil iuiwhii iihw few restrictions thrown in tho way of tbo perpetration of tbo theft, that t became au ovd, at last, that must bo chocked. Ptea'ing blankets from tbo boys unaccustomed to hardship was down-right murder t for it uo ono iutoudod tbo corner of bis blank et to protoct tbo unfortunate from chilling do.vs uf evening, end from tbo fro'iuont rains, deprived thus suddenly, ho was euro to sicken and die. Stealing oooking utousil.1 so ducod from any of the boys, roducod the unforluuittos, thus deprived, tbat tboy wore neccesaitatcd to cat thoir scanty rations without cooking or steal or beg from others. Bogging was an mueh out of fash ion and good standing in prison ah at any other plaec. It was rumored around camp, from liuio to lime, tbat raiders and Hankers woro or gauieod for tbo porpotr.it iou of oil t- rages, and of protecting thotusolvus ngaiuHt tho puuisU'iiont of oucb acts Although thoro was uo detluito or gtnizttiou among us, it was agreed upm, that theso villiaua should bo promptly dealt witbjtlnt wheu any of the Plymouth prisoners ooulj iu denlify a"raidor,"or vas attackod or robbod by ono of the luidors, bo was to call loudly "l'lymoutb i ' wheu evory oue ol tbo boy a within boariug woro to turn out to his nunistauco. in accordauco with this agree- mont, wo beard ono morning tho rallying(ory, aud captured a follow. who was caught in tbo act of steal ing a blanket. Tbo boys gathorod arouud him, not knowing wbut to do with tbo Tartar now tbat tbey had caught bim, lie sat down, and gnaohod his teeth, throatniug bis captors with vengoanoo of A band of bis stripe, which ho suid was formed for mutual thieving, if tbey would iuj no or iml.ct pnuiuhuioat upon him. Foehug snmo ruluctanoo to prococuing against mm, tuoy were about to roluasu biin without pun ishtnent, otborwiuo tbou a fow kicks, when a corporal of Company C. 78th Rej . P. V. familiarly known in pris on as "Big rote," camo into the crowd, and taking tho raider fear losHly in hand, mrJiotoJ summary pnuiabmont upon him by shoving half las bead una face, giving no hood to the desporatou savage guash ing of tooth ctud . throuts of von gonnoa, oxoopt to thump his head at each beginning and repetition of hia oaths. After dealing out juatioo in this oil-band manner, add au ad ministrative reminder (la tho roar) from a pair of the heaviest of cow hide boots, tho thoif was ruloasod with admonitions to siu no more, ho was a funny looking b-pocimon of humanity, Thousands of tbo boys cheered him, naked him wotbor a sboll bad busted and knocked the bar ofT his head and fa co, bo all too whilo swearing at tbo "Itig fellow," who administered tho puniahmouk The incidont narrated was the bo ginning of a power in camp to pun ish offendors, wbioh dually providol as with an offoctivo police orgauiza tlon, Poto was an uneduoatod K tuckian a man of gigantic stature and groat good nature and a heart as as big as an ox, and had innato ideas of justice, iu tbo oarryiug out of which, ho was as iuQoxiblo as iron. A blow from his fist was liko that from a slodge hammor, and from first to lost he mantaiood so groat a supreroaoy in camp, that desoriptiou of the prison at that tinio would be la oomplote, without a Bkotoh of him. His trials wore often iutouaoly gro tesque and amusing to spectators, but not generally so to tbo culprit, i took paius to follow sotno of his trials, aud I must say in justioo, I dever know him to make a wroug do oision, though baffled iu his purpose by ingouiona lis. Through all tbo intricate bus, he had a talout for do tooling thorn, aud sifting out tho truth. Thue, at last, by common ooosont, If auy one had ompluiuU to make, bo carried tbum la the SlMitana" of Big V da Uo either wul hiiuvelf, or tnt some of bis adherents who Ijturned with the MIDDLEBUIIG, SNYDEll COUNTY, Justice being dealt out in th is man nor, wheu ono morning it was an nouncedand to our soirow we found it carried out, that our rations wore to be stopped on accouut of tnen boing minsing from the stock ado supposed by robel authorities to havo escaped by moans of tun Dels. Investigation led to no new dis coveries, and after twcntyfotir hours tho rations were again issued m before, it boing im possible to dineovcr tbo in taring men, or find ont tho mode of tho i-soap . About thin timo, tbo ruidurH, nnder tbo loaderaliip of ono Mosby, became j exceedingly bold, thoy attacked now couiors iu opou daylight, robbing them of blauliotJ, watchui), money, and otbor property of value. Ru mors of rightful import were oircu- latjd through tho camp of tuuu being murdered for their blankets and money. Aftor this, more men raiss iug at tho morniug roll-call, of whom thoro could bo no reasonable account givon. Under Big Poto a company was orgauizod, armed with clubs, who proceeded to the shelter former ly occupied by tbo missing tuon. In ipiiries being mado among those who wero living near, no information could bo obtained, otherwise than tho fact that outcries woro hoard during tbo night, uud that thors was a sculild near i but scuned of disor der being common duriug tho night, thoy had taken but little notion of thorn, sinoo, as peujoablo meu, thoy wishod to avoid all wrangling. Nothing at first could bo found, iu tbo sboltor formerly occupied by those tuon, to oxcito sospiciou. Most of the crowd had dinpersod, wbon ono of tbo meu, on his hands nud knees at tho eutranoe, looking down iuto tho grave like bolo, which formod the principal part of tho abandoed d welling -placo, saw a pioco of blno cloth, partially covered with dirt, Seoin & in this tho olo mont of a patch for tbo repairing of bis shattered ward'robo, bo pulled at it, and found was fastonod to tho ground. This excited his curiosity, also his desiro for possession ; and be begau to dig and pull, until fur thor progross was arrostod, and be started book wi:b horror at tbo un expected appearanco of a human hand. A crowd soon guthurtd arouud, and speedily a dead man was unearthed, whoso throat had: boon cut in a shookiug mauuor, aud bis bead bruisod iu a terrible niuup nor, no doubt doue by a tcrriblu blow ef club. In tbo same space, boncath hii4, was fouud another victim, with his throat cut- The nows of tboso horrible mnri dors which had been discovered, spread through tho prison, ns if by telegraph, aud a largo crowd soon assembled arouud the sceno of thes horrible atrocities. Tho pobco proceeded to tho shel ter of sovoral notorious thlovos and bad characters of tbo prison, and ar retted them. Through information, or olue gaiuod of one of tLono, they woro induced to dig iu tho oholtor cf aoiuo of those arret t-id, which re. suited iu tbo discovery of monoy, watches, &o, iu many cases iad. mil tied as tbo property of tho luurdwvud mau. Rapidly after tho porpotrution of those eold'blooded alrocities, strong police foroos wore orgaaized, nnder the leadership of Big Ptto, after- wanls a judgmont was established soji, and there were two rogu- lar pnictising Attorneys, who took foes of Indian moat, beans, and small currency la payment fur sorvioes roudorod and sometimes, it was said, bribed the judgo and ohiuf of police. Iu tho case of Stauutora, a a big bruto, and tool of tho rebels, killed a mau, as mentioned iu pro ooodiug pages, it was rumored that his inouoy, procured by diokor with prisouors, obtained hint a wild sou tonoo aud puuishmout. Not to digress further, tho supposed utur- derers, somo lifUou in uumbur, wore arrostoi.1, and after gainiug sufUoiout evidouoo, consout was obUiuod of tho prison authorities for their trial, liesidca this we obtained tbo privi- logo of oouductiug ths trial uudor guard, in a building ouUiJ the priaou. Th accused were also bold la custody through th kindness of Capt Wirse, the oomuiaodsut of the prison, A jury of meu was emrwuoU led, oomposod of prisouers jwt cajw tutad, who had usver bueu iu auy Wm yk$ I eithorside. Tho trial h-ted through ricvor Ory W UCCvo tour raaer. a un tabor of wookn. Competent At-1 A good deal of nmusemont has tornoys woro appointod to defoud boon causod in dry goods trade cir tho prisoners by tho authorities, iclos during tho past few day i by tho Two able lawvors. ono an oflloer of loav inir out of a littlo story nt the the rebel guard, conducted the do- ' i fenoo, aftersardo ho stated to me, that ho bad no doubt of tho guilt of iiu tho tnido. The father of theso tboso who suffero I p unishiuont. Tholyonng men is n prominent Mi.r't prosecution was ennductod by men etroct iiierch tnt, noted for lio 1 rt selected from among the prisonors. I wealth, shrotvd bnsluods ability und bit of tboso men tried, eio pronnne . great economy, particularly in lin ed by a jury guilty of mnrdi. Ouj mailer of wearing npparul. The tho 11th, of July, LV t, Viiv.o, ac- sons, who ore i.iodi-l.t of elegance cuiopanie l by u guard, brought tho piisinirs into tho s o ka.lo, wl.ora on tbo south side, ucnr tho gate, snl tho hoc no of murder, a gal'uws had been orocted. To ba CittiucJ. Wliolotalo Farming. Newspaper correspondents writ ing from tbo now Northwest grow very enthusiastic over tim mammoth farms of Pakota. Thoro are single farms thoro of tens of thousands of acres. Ono called tbo Honanzt farm, anil owned by Olivor l'alry mple, cuibiaccs fifty s piaro miles of contiguous territory. In t as:t Oonnty there aro four farms with a combino 1 extout of 8.",0) acres Tboso big farms aro ownod in almost ovory instnuco by uou-rcHidenls, often by a syndicate of capitalists, whono solo objuol is to get as much money out tf their investment as possible. Kvorything is dono as f ir as it can bo by machinery and by wholesale. The laborers cruployod aro often imported for tho purpose, nud h-avo ugaiu after harvest. The wheat is sown, lipeus aud is harvest ed aad Bent Kant ; tho railroads re ceive somo bone tit iu freight, but, ns far as tho Territory iu coucornod, tho crop might ulmost as well have bcon carried oil" by tho giasuhoppcrs or uovor havo been planted. It is doubtless very iutcrotding to rido through these big farmlands nud soo tbo Gelds of ripening wheat ex tending without interruption as far as the oyo can roach in every diroc tiou. It were bottor, however, if tboso vast expanses if ccro.il woa'th woro broken by fences, hodgos, and buro aud thoro a homo, 'l bero arc uo cluptoriug villagos wbcro bonanza fauns abound no churches, school honBes or otLor incident of civili.a- , tlon. Tbo soil is woikod for ad lluru is iu it, without auy attempt at rotation of crops or any regard for tbo future. Tho profits of t-och crop aro spent olsowhero by tho uou-robident owners, nud the idea is growing that tho system is not con ducive to t'ao permanent intvrosls of tho Territory. Tbo Northorn I'rci tio Kailrcad is mainly responsible for this stato cf things, as it adopted tho polioy of selling its lin U iu as big lots as it could find purchasers for. It uow perceives that actual sottlers are more prulltablo as pur chasers of laud nloug its liuo, as thry not only ship their graiu by tho rail road, bnt giro tbo road return freights as well. Uu.piostiou-ibly tho big farm business will eventual ly beooino an iiistvi iu Dakota, as it alroady Las, with far less cause, io California. ,Tbo mammoth farms aro bad euough in themselves, bnt whon tbcro is added to this non-reci dont ownership we have a condition of things which uo bUto can afford to have become a promiuont and portnanout feature. I'kilaJilphia I Yeas. The first law of gravity novor laugh at your own jokos, Colorado calls for mora wouiou. It bus tcacely a single ono. Tho girls of an llbnoia souiioary amuso tuouisolves ly spiitinir at a mark. Who is the laziest mau t The fur niture dealor t he keeps chairs aud louuges about all tho time. There is nothing tuoro oalculutod to weaVeu a boy's moral character thau to got Lis liuhiu-hook faatouod on rubbish iu the creek. A Chicago editor, who wont out for a day 'a sport with the gun aud roil, shot a forty-tivo dollar oow, aud caught au old hat with a stouo in it. Wheu the wife ia dotootod show Ing unusual affection for her husband it may fairly bo etpeted that she will appear before long in a new bonnet, A Toubmoo man wrote his will od a pajier collar, aud it passed through the . probata Cvurl . as well as aav PA, AUGUST 31, oxpenso of two youcg geutlemeu who are widoly und favorably known " aud tnste iu dreFS liavo fcr a long timo bomo a particular antipathy to a certain vcncrublo coat v. hich has clung to thoir respected parent for many years. and often tried bv pursuasion t.i induce him to pi 11 it to tho ragman and buy a new ono, but tho oi l guutleinan's iuvari tblo reply was. "You boys upheud money enough for glolhes for von family. Dis goat is good enu.T fur me.'' At loo'th. Loowiug their father's fondness for a bargaiu, they thought of a ruse by which to induco bim to lay clUbo old garment aud get a uew ot.o. Taking a coat which their father had worn, they went to their tailor and instructed him to take it ns n pattern an to sizo und lit, and make tho tluest coat ho could. "Wo will, said ono of them, "got father down hero ou somo pretooso or otbor, and thou you must sell bim that coat. No matter n bat ho offers, you take it uud Wd'll pay yon tho balanco.'' In duo timo tho sons received word that tho coat was finished price Tho next morning, at break fau t, the oldest sou casually re marked : "Father, yon will bo going neat tho tailor's to-duy, and 1 vt ish yon would stop and lull bim to be sure to scud borne my now coat to-day, for I have a party to attend to night." Vory well, my sou, I vill do so. but I dou't seo what you poys vaut wid so many goats.1' The old gentleman delivered tho mossago and tbo tailor's opportuni ty had como. Fiugering tho veocr- ublo garment, uo rouiaike.i, persua sively i You ought to havo a now coat, It is a sbamo fur a rich mau liko you to wear suoh an old garment hi that." Thauk you very much, but did goat is good enulT for me," 'I havo gotsomothing," persisted tho tailor, "that bcliuvo v. ill tit yuii, aud it is tho greatest bargain thai you ever ho..rd of. I mi lo it f- r a cuutouior, but it was a iniuiit, The price of that coat," said tho tailor, producing tho garment, ' is eighty dollars, but it won't fit luo mau inuJu it for, and I'll iot you h ivu it for uext to nothing. Try it on. Tho coat was tiiod ou and proved a perfect tit. . "Yju'l! uovor g)l s ij'i a b.vg.iiu ugaiu if you live a huudrud year, said the tailor. "You may h uvo luat ooat for forty dollars." I'll giff you twouty-tivj." sii l thj old Liorolmut, who kuow clcth waa Lo saw it." "Take it." Carrying hia old euat in a bundle, tho purohador wjut out ai rayed iu tho coat At supper that niKLt ho appeared u tho familiar old coat, aud iu ex cellent good humor. To his sons ho said : "I rji.de u uico little ting to day. Yen I vas at tho tailor's I boncht a coat, a &icor.ogout. Tbo price was $80, but I uot it fcr $2o. 1 put it en. and had uot cut oue quaro poforo T mot a friouJ. Ho uoticod my new goat und spoke about it, aud I told him about how I got it so shcap. lie ottered mo $30 for the goat, aud I took it made $ iu five luiuutos." "Yes," said tho sous, dolefully, iu chorus, "you've made $5, aud we have lost tifty-uve." Theu they explained. "My gracious .' that is pad I" said tho old man ahon he comprehended the situatiou i ' but let die be a lea sou to you, my ohildrou. Never dry to deceive your fader." i'Aia'u.iU- ;A(4 Tiiiu. "One word more,'1 said the speak er, "aud I am done." Aad the re porter found, wheu the word was written dowu, that it couUiued fif teen bundled syllable). 9 A St louia jury decided that 1882. NO, Intorostino ractt Concerning Walcr cobio loot of Water weighs 1 cwt Oue gallon ef dib tilled water weighs l" lbs. tuo gallon of sea walcr weighs Id r!2 lbj. One cubic foot ccldains t';J gal 1 .1,H. 1-1(10 inch of laiu is about on ton wei;;ht pr ncre. Sixty cii cubic foot weighs 1 ton and opial -.' I gaiioiiff. 1 ho ordinary pjv-ed lo run a pnni is S'l fn.t tj ! fee-t per minute. J'otil.ling tho diaiuibr if nn npri. tnre inereasoi the ll jw fourfold, .1 tominal horce-f ovt-r for a I (il cr rt'piirt'S ouo rtibii) f ;ol of wuW i pe-r hour. Ciieular upertiir.'s aro most tffir tivo for di.K-hargiiig water, nine. Ihey have h-hs frielioi.al suifaco foi the sumo oi ea, Iu pipes tho fiijuaie of lie dinitie- I tor in incbiM Pipiuls pounds weight of water per jaid. K.tamph A threu inch ipo holds 'J lbs. pi i yard. Tho prcssnn in ponnda p-i senate of a cuiutnn of water is the height of tho column in fci-t multi plied by 432, or for an nppruxima tiou ono-lmlf pound pressuro pu riijnaro inch for each foot iu height. Water, iu Mowing through un aperturo. bos a velocity epial to that acquired by a heavy bjdy f 1 ing freely from the height ojuul tu tho dihtance botwoeu tho ceutre ol tho nierturu uud tho surface of the wuter. Tho npproximato timo tcrnpicd in discharging npnd quantities of wa ter under o'pml beads, through pipes of njtial lougthj, vi.il -a from uinuij tur a biiuigut line, I'.'u lor tt curve, to 110 Lt a right angle. A man who Carried Six Bullets and Still Lives. As I eat on the hotel steps at Dal ton. Ha, talking with a drumuie-r from Ciueiuutiti, tho lituJlord cuuie out and usujd us if na wiiuted to see a mnn who wu carrying uU ballet ubout with him. Uf course wo did. aud wo wulho I Jowu to tuo other end of the verauJuh and wore iutri-. dacod to Col. Deitcli. I was yiu0' to approach him slowly and grae'ufully hen tho drumuior rushed ri'ht ut hiiu with ; 'do you are earn iu six bu'.IoU about with you eh -Voseir." "I'o tL.iy paiu you much f" "Oh. ti j," "Lauds ulivo ! bnt I don't sec how you lived thrjnn'U it. II jw tiuuy buttles were vou ia ' Kihtuja." "DiJ you b-ot u!l th-eo bullotd at oaco 1" "Ye-s i all at ouce." "7v Gourde ! Well, I never heard i i tho huoa uf it ! OjIouoI, I dju t vai;t ' to bo imprudent, but but" I " l oa wv-it to ku-jw vvucrj they ti'O Iv.M'.od " ' "l'i.te't!y i:s4.:tly." ' 1 u canyiUef 'eiu iu this pccL.t, to-dny, ' wiii tiij (jait't riply. asLe! h.-he-J dovu aud Lru0-bt up bil eld l.llleti tL'LuJ U; c'U te battle fieM It wai a j jb put up ou uu, bat tLe 1r'.;u;e. (,ot ahead, aud ho was gu mud ubout it tuut Lu woulda't b-it any supper. Tbero is u niu!e iu Lust V.'Ltt-liej W. Vb , who has kicked tho roof iff his stable every oistt fcr the past week, m sdJituQ to knocking tho squeal out of a family of pis. A ew York papor gravely ob serves that tho suicide of a firmer. which it notices, "is singularly btruuge, iuadinueh us he has not bem in the habit of Joiuj such things " A paictcr boic- akd to eUmate tho cot cf piuutiu' a eertoiu house, drew forth a pencil aud paper, aud madd the folio iug calculation i " nought is a cia,;Lt ; three iuto five twice you cau't I'll paiul your hoaev for fifty dollars." A St. Louia pupvr had a twt-1 uuin accouut of a hotel o' The bodbus, after read careful:, held a mo uouoed the paper for u theui. Twenty wvhuou of tvpute by reuiiui'jg hour without epwikit tlte sixtieth utioute dt 1 ft HIqJ t? aXJti biUAMMMMMH Til I V V0'1' I'uliMphpd every Thnrnr?nv Evehinf JKBEMIAU CHOU3E, Ircp-r Tonus of Subncnplion, l'V() iml.f.Alt I'KR ANNl'M. Ps ahl viihin Ftx montlis.or MMt- p.tld within the year. Mo.papor dn contiiiiietl untii all srreitr'iK'' paid nnh-Ks at lllw opium of the pub 'islifr. ,. Knbm rlp(iins outside ff iliij countjf PAVAItt K IN APVAMCK. sjtjrlVrsons liftinir And nsin puimr Ail'lressed others bceome uli rih-rs nd are liable for Hie prire of the i.q.r MALARIA Malaria is art almost ln elcscrib.iblc malady which hot even the most talenteel physicians nrc able to fath om. Its cause is most fre quently ascribed to local surroundings, and (Jicre is very little question, but thU opinion is substantiated by facts. Malaria does not nec essarily mean chills and fever while these troubles usually accompany it It often affects the su fferr w ith general lassitude, accom panied by loss of appetite, sleeplessness, a tired feeling nnd a high fever, the per 6on afflicted growing Weak er and weaker, lo9cs flesh day after clay, until he be comes a mere skeleton, a thadow of his former self. Ml.ir1a ro having Uld It U humnii rran,tn lu nfrvoua th lnlf Ipln it llin.fltn m it ilin.ntpft ck and et.foUed abaotba It-mthmenl. Iml tubaHlinK Mpa , tltfir, lha Hi,-miva oncana mt l.mrr rcrforra thalr fjnf tiom , the lir lxr"nita lunJ, aivjulh-t Cf'-int t.lir lo du tKclr rwerai 'th.tpri!llybenmed!tjidr1, an. I niatulultvn ami datuh an ay4 1 1 ciuua. In iMition to being t certain dire fur malarit nJ cUila anil frver, Xikow.s s 11 HirrrRi U blRhlf rucommcn.led for til dicaac tequir Inn a certain and eiticvetit tonic j r I cciallyiiuligetlion, iJyiepcia. inlrr tniltcnl feven, want of appctitt, lots tf trcnj;th, lack of energy, He, Knrichca the blood, airem-them Oio Biustles, and givci new life to th nerves. Act like a chirm on ths oVtuive orni. It la for tale kf sit respectable dealer! ia nteibciueaf rice, fl xt tivtils Bo surs and get the gMuIn BROWN'S IRON BlTTfclMfc Taks DO otbet. Tls Cirjeclef Itgias arartl nanefketor1 Mt4y aa lMat ftrat t'eloro', Vl. , rinuiLbrfrt vtara lbaaiaCatS . arej OaJi Dvaai ai4ukuural 0(Sc fc Uxu l.tnl at Vor.iotor, Ua.a.. TJ. 8. A., Villi :.j.a C'O-ta tai T'xwrootua la , Kiln lurk H i Wwl Fjw tfwlt Londoe. - Madra St Pehirtbert, City of Mnko, Bsrii. larteV' ,.aa af Taa 3 mrj rwa. I :-a.uly lu -f i art, r.i.Wi luocrjr cuuil of caeB(ara), Art-1 Itarcl.-rlalie Ct Uia UXIBmS IMaJl trrr Inatruru r NVnrANTEO for tiOHT YKAB8. MOST IIRMtniK DEALSUtS a-U CS' i -t atc t-:n. i. but i( or do d uav tan a ti. . i. irM-l ij ma l.-trr anaaiaa I . :e a l U'ot:jjli. M w motn aia (aa) ' ""OVER 100 STYLES, Laa-'.c L-. n x tsvi I .. 1.9ua.eadsa A I ut:'iil ! t.a. CaiaJ-vTW. tt Oaia4 t.-r tul.llaUtd, tKa t k UKSl M Mlaaxaf kl'.rvet rail s-'S MAKBLE WORK Lr AlbllfliO, l'A. iTALIAI ANO AMERICAN MARBLE MONUMENTS, Torr.bstouve. Statu Urns. Vaeer LAM for Ohiidr n' O avj, JV.. Unf. r-iVt . 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