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f i. 1 LAAL6 f ' ' .. - r : -r . r , , , . ; ,, . - 1 : 7 . : J 1 VI r . - - v. - r ' ; ; 4 . VOL. XXVII. NO. 28. NO MORE EYE-GLASSES ! WEAK MORE ' -T-' S EYES. MITCHELL"'"-'' EYE-SALVE A Certain, Safe and Effective Remedy for . . Sore, .W.eak and Im flamed Eyes, Eroducmg Long- " Sightedness and Restoring the Sight of the Old Cures Tear Drops, Granulation, Stye, Tumors, Bed Eye, Matted Eye-Lashes, and producing quick relief and permanent cure. Also, equally efficacious when used in other maladies, such as Ulcers, Fever, Sores, Tumors, Salt Rheum, Burns, Piles, or wherever inflam mation exists, Mitchell's Salve may be used to advantage. Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents. ol. 26 no. 41 ly. SAMUEL BREWER'S . FIKST-CLASS SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING SALOON. NEXT DOOR TO MERCHANT'S HOTEL. . IS now being fitted up with new ehairs, hand some mirrors, and other improvements. The best accommodation to be had in the city. vol. 27-no. 24.-ly. ROCK LIME. FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, Freshly Burned, $1.15 per bhl., Delivered in "Wilmington. Also, AGRICULTURAL LIME and CARBONATE OF LIME FRENCH BROS., Apr5,12t -Rocky Point, X. C. GENT S FURNISHING GOODS IF you want nobby neck-wear, stvlish Collars, Natty Hose, Unique Scarf-Pins, Handker chiefs, Suspenders, Gloves, or any of the nu merous small articles a gentleman wears, drop us a card and ask our prices before buying else where. Describe what vou want, and you will gave money by it. JOHN DYER & SON, Fashionable Tailors and Haberdashers, Ap. 5th 12t , . Wilmington, N. C. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE! CRUTHFIHLB &..HcAHJHUB, Successors to F. G. Crutcb.fi eld, WINSTON, N. U. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND Carriages, Phtoss, Buggies, and Horses for hire. We also buy and sell Horses and Buggies. .-"Osbsla. J?a.i5L Per Peed. June 21st, 1883. no 25 ly- HOGr CHOLERA. A Great Success. MORRIS VEGETABLE COMPOUND cures and prevents Hog Cholera and all Diseases, .tn wliinb swine are -subiect. It prevents that "DronrKnl Di&mse known as Triehnae and if triven. oecasionallv durine the spring and sum mer months will put your hogs in a Jhrifty and healthy condition clearing the liver and kid neys of worms and parasites. It is purely veg etable ahdif.civien according to directions you will have no sickness or death among your hogs. I guarantee all that is-claimed for it. .. Prepared by Ai-H. Mortis, Dealer in Botani cal Jloots and Herbs, Teaehey's N". C. For sale by Smith & Brown, Winston, N. C. n6.193m. ROBERT D. JOHNSTON, FASHIONABLE " MERCHANT TAILOR, ; . WINSTON, N. C. TT7"SEPS constantly on hand a full line of JLa-iine imported Gofts, Cassimsres, Vesting and Suitings - A long" practical experience in the art of - -w-r 1 1 - i 1 " rii. . " L 1 JUTTOfG, inew ions ana m. uus otaie, jusn ee the assertion, that I can give a perfect fit, . and I guarantee that all goods made up in my establishment give;,eatistaction. All Work Done cn Reasonable Terms. ; My establishment is next door to the Hat Himff-r.-.. . s ' ' Apo.tt d HAS DEEM PROVED-I The SUREST CURE for KIDNEY DISEASES. SoMalams , ordisopdered 1 oatethatj HESITATE; tuWXld gists noommand it) id it vriH speedily L restore iKMiltliy For complain tas pec Ladies. mnaaxpaaaed,! Xitber Sex. Incontinence, retention briokdnst or opy deposits, and dull d Lj(t", -11 mil n jf ytlA to itm amtlw la DIL U CK3H3T3. I LYON&HEALY Stat ft Monro SU.. Chicago. . ffAttU wATALUUUEf Elites. MO VV Sngnringr ,t iidmak, Salt On. Wit Sndry- Bud OutiiU, lUpalrng bUb mht tntf.dM liu ucUcn ud Ex- i far Awltur Brad, and a Catalan lrUni Bmit Malta. - . w -w r. m MA FOUR TIMES MARRIED. Matrimonial Miseries of a Young Akron Woman. Akron Beacon.) "Yes, I have been married four times, and was once divorced, and once attempted suicide," said a bright-looking woman yesterday afternoon to a Beacon representative. The conver sation took place at her home, in the" northern part of the city. V" The woman whose words are-quotec! is about twenty-five years olf.liu.Cl and of prepossessing appearance bu L cannot' -wholly disguise a somewhat haggard look, which has photograph ed itself on her countenance .through the bitter experiences of her short but woeful life. Her case is brought to the public notice at the present time through serious charges which she prefers against her husband number four, from whom she was but recently parted. If he is guilty of the acts charged he deserves punishment to the fullest extent of the law but it is not the purpose of this article, to pass up on pending troubles. " I was first married to a cigar ma ker," continued the little woman, "and we lived happily together tor about three years, when he died of consump tion. Several months after his death I fell desperately in love with a young man bv the name of , and in due time married him. I had led a fast life before my marriage, but after being thrown out of the house by my brother and refused shelter by my mother, I listened to their pleadings and before a whole congregation in a church I asked forgiveness and prom ised to reform. I was determined to do so.- ,JBut here comes the hardest trial of? all.. Those who I had hoped would encourage me turned away from me and scoffed at me. : There was no charity for me, and so-called Christian people, who send their mis sionaries abroad, refused to recognize me, almost without exception. s " How did you come to be separated rom husband No. 2 ? " After we had been married but four months I found that my husband had transferred his affections to my next door neighbor's daughter. The discovery so worked upon me that niy paybicians icared that I would go crazy- While I was in this weakened condition my husband came to me about midnight and said, " Didn't you once say yom would be willing to die for me ?" I answered yes. Then he dwelt upon the shattered condition of my mmd and pictured the horrors of an asylum and the disgrace that would fall upon us when the scandal then threatening us should be known. le finally asked me to join him in suicide. 1 consented, and then the next even ing we went to the drug store and pur chased laudanum. On the way home when within a few blocks of our house, my husband purchased two glasses of beer and brought them to the side walk where I held them while he emptied the poison into the beer. We then drank the beer and walked home, where we sat for a while on the back porch and talked with mother. Pres ently I began feeling very strangely and was soon put to bed. After a lit tle while my husband also came to bed, and I said to him: " Will, I am dying. Don't you feel it?" I heard him say "No, I don't notice it," and then I heard no more. But when I recovered consciousness he was lying cold in death by. my side. I was sick for a long time, but finally recov ered." " Where did your third husband come from ?" "My third husband was a New Yorker. He moved to Akron and I married him shortly after. When I had lived with him for about a year I learned that he had a. wife and two children living in New York. I at once applied for a divorce. While the divorce suit was pending I formed tue acouaiutanco o nay present Hus band, who also had a suit in divorce pending in the same court. In Janu ary last both divorces were granted, ana on juiv4-we were married xior , T 1 A "IT the fourth time. Since then we have lived happily at times, but latterly I have been told by my husband's sister that the woman from whom he had been divorced had never been legally married to him, and had not been di vorced from her first husband. When I learned- this I accused my husband of this crlmjnaKyi " He became great ly enraged, and a few, days ago we parted. He gave me two kicks by way of farewell." - " When are you goingtp be married again;. ....... -. . . . ; " "Never! I shall forever remain single. I hate a man." 1 i It is estimated that the melon crob of Georgia this year wilhreach upwards of 7,500,000 melons, and sell for $lf- rs it. : Flibs akd Bugs. Iffef; rtmchesi nt, bSd-: vugs, raw, mice, goprieis.'.; cii)munKs, cleared put byBough.on Bata.?. 4-lktriik'..'' ' .. A FARM ROMANCE. Joseph Scott a Farm Hand, Turns Out to Be a Wo-; man. Her Explanation. About six weeks ago two men- one young and rather good-looking, and the other apparently " middle-aged came to a farmhouse near Itawlings' Station, in this county, and askedo"r employment. They wre honest look ing and apparently not afraid to work and aa fcelpVvvas rrssiled they were em ployed, one having been put to work tending r stock" and doing chores" about the house,' and the other going into the field. The vouner man. called himself Joseph Scott and the elder Henry Scott. Both proved good hands about the place, and the younger man in ad dition to being quick and active about his duties, was very jovial after work hours. Was a merry singer and whist ler, and always ready for a fishing ex cursion. All went well until last Sun day, when the mistress of the house was much astonished to discover that one of the three valises Avhich the hands had brought with them contain ed woman's clothing. She at once sus pected something wrong, and prompt ly charged the younger of the hands with being a woman. He (?) said at once that if dismissal did not follow, he or she would tell all about it. The mistress promised immunity, and the young farm hand then acknowledged that she was a member of the gentler sex ; that she had adopted man's attire as being more comfortable and conve nient when travelling, and as making it easier for her to obtain employment. Her companion was, she said, her un cle, and as he. was going on a tour, she decided to accompany him and chance it working as a man hand. The pair are said to hail from Pennsylvania. The girl is of plump figure, j:o )d look ing, with fair complexion, dark wavy hair, which is at present cropped close. Her name is Josephine, and when she underwent the masculine transforma tion she took that of "Joe." She has been retained at the farm and now does woman's work, such as milking cows, etc. A gentleman of this city who saw her says she .makes an excel lent man,' and her sex was never sus pected until accidentally disco verfed-as above. A FAMOUS WAR HORSE. ' (ExcJumge.) r In 1862, John H. Wha-len, a Ken- tucky boy of 14 years, who had been in the Confederate service ' for a vear, got possession of a 9 year old. mare, which he christened "Maggie -Lucas. He joined Morgan s raiders and rode Maggie through all his campaigns in in the &outn ana ms raias throujm Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, and was beside him when he fell at Greens ville, Tenn, At the close of the war Mr. Whalen surrendered at Mt. Ster ns: but in order to save Maggie he left her in the country and walked in to town and gave.,up his arms. This was afterwards found out and he was arrested and Maggie confiscated. Fi nally he lost sight of her and mourn ed her as a dead departed friend.- 1 wo years ago he found her in Portland, a suburb of Louisville, and gave the ne gro who owned her 820 and a side sad dle for her. She recognized him as soon as he spoke" and followed him like a dog. Having no place to keep her, he sent her to a farm five miles out from Louisville, where he pays $80 a year for her boarding, although it is sometimes a hard rub to raise the money. She is now 34 years old and if she lives until next June, she will be taken to the Morganton reunion at Lexington, and when she dies her skel eton will be preserved and her hide stuffed. Her funeral will be a mem orable event, as nearly all the survi vors of the Morgan band have pledg ed themselves to attend. A HEAP OF SENSE. Augusta (?a.,) Chronicle.) If good wives, sisters, mothers, sweet hearts and ministers of the gospel can not reform a man he is - a gone coon, and would be so if all the bar-keepers on earth were bannished to the moun tains of the moon. Shut up the dram shop and he would frequent the drug store. Opium, morphine and Indian hemp would take the place of rum. The best temperance club in the world is the home circle, and the most con vincing and influential temperance workers are, or should be, the wife, mother and sigter. If they fail, pro hibitory- laws, teetotal pledges, and stirring lectures will be wastecj upon the victim of intoxicants. 1 ; , , , t i ' " " iyaa' PiU CntfortInqr She t-'ks ", Sicfc., . " Thousands die from neglent to preperly treat impure Bloody Ctonstipatiou, TJyspepBiar Mala fia, Apoplexy, liver,. Kidney, Heart Disease!? Xropey, and Bb.euma.tisin, . But to thp dbilita tea, -.burdened yrith. eucb &erUjus"6i?kneeBj We 4 Conscientiously recommend bWAXTJE'B rllAMJi' wnicfc contain xneaicinaA properraes &r 25 eents, box of 30 pilts ; 5" boxes $1, (in stamps. Address Dr. SWAYNE & SQIT, Phil adelphia f Pa.- Sold by Pruggwta..; - 26m. by noomer remeay. oenDy mau i,r-;.,i .WAITING ON THE COMBINATION', A Country Editor and His.-5a7e UPS CtC. v.. A country editor,-who had procur ed a Hall's safe on an advepfiseuSent, is toying' with,,, the combination. Man waiting to. collect" a bill;?,: , stop at 321," the editor olilouises. ZZ "Copy- !"yell4.he bey; :whe sets urn- the paper.- cu ai4? -r.oi! editor cuts: out a.half column aJtTe from an exchange, marks it 'feditqrjaX'i hands to the boy and returns tesihe combination. 1 . ; ai v& "Let's see" he "mused, "stop at-"32j Yes, that's right. Now, then, to the. left 15 times slow past 32 stop :fit 161," and then looking up at the col- lector, he paused and inquired, "How ! much is that little bill of yourn V' ! "IffO dollars. ,t "Can't you come in to-morrow IjII havn't any change about me, arnddl don't like to ask you to, wait until I' open my safe" . ; ' f 'r'l "Just as leave wait as not, . respond? ed the collector. ; . - 1 1 tit i "Besides," continued the editot.'Vfl haven't anything less than a $100bill in the sate. Break a hundred'tlplmr note?" . ;.' , "Yes, two of 'em," was the disheart ening response. , . . , "All right, Lemme sei,-16i. Then to to the right past 16f but hold up:, seems to me that half that bill Sras. to be taken out in advertising. -How's that?" .. l m-'i-'i - ' L "No such thing." - "Sure?" . ' "Yes, I am." r 1 C: "L "Very well. Then to the right past 16 fourteen times to the left, stop at 75. Look here," to the collector, "bet ter come in to-morrow. This is an ac-. commodating combinationstops at all the stations, and besides that, its : flagged every few minutes," he added,' as the boy called him out to - see "that woman with some more poetry. . Thirty-five minutes later he re-appears with .an arm-load of mixed "poetry. " Wait until I read this, can't you ?" he asks, "or maybe, you'd like to jskias ' tHcyufflt '' it ' y jtrself?" ' Tie added.. i But the collector said he felt fainty like" and would just sit still and wait until the safe was opened. "Oh, you will, will you ? Correct 75, then to the right past 75 thirty eight times slow, stop at 99 i ; hen to the left past 99 J a hundred and sixty eight times, stop, at 43 ; then to the right past 43 Say ! I'd ruther you'd come in to morrow." "I am not pushed for time now, can wait," said the collector. "Allright then to the right past 43 six hundred and twenty-two times, stop at 13. This is - a Ions stretch of country I'm going over now," said the editor, as he whirled the knob, "but when I get to 13 I'll be nearly half through confound it, 1 ve passed.it ! Have to begin all over now. ' Eigh teen times slow to the right, stop at 32" "Hold on there ! Stop right where. you are, interposed the collector ; "I'll come in some time next month j" and he left. - ' "It's my opinion that no newspaper office is complete without one of these combination lock safes," soliloquized the editor, as he deftly turned the knob twice, opened the safe and got out his last cigar. ' v. A TOUGH HUSBAND. Newbern Journal.) A negro woman entered into a con spiracy with a man to get rid of her husband, and fixed a rope through the upper floor of the house while her husband was absent, and : when he re? turned home the wife met him at the door acid greeted him Tb4jnany kiss es and decoyed :fcwr Jinder the hole, while the man on; the upper floor drop ped the noose oyefr his head ; Jihen the wife held her husband's hands and the man up stairs pulled the rope,. When they thought the husband was dead they took him down and dragged him off and. covered him up "for dead. When they had left,, the old iellow, like Sin bad the sailor, scratched out Ihe guilty parties hearing of his Res urrection fled to Pamljpo Gbunty, ;'N,. C, where - they-were arrested.- and lodged in jail. ' ls t , - MEDICAL.. WISDOM Hi ' i ' Philadelphia News.) . : A noted physician says that in hot weather-, people should eat moderately and refrain from all work. Most peo ple who should -refrjiia "from all - work tin, het.weather would be very likely to eamoderately. - They would have to' xfnless the neighbor's'sent something in. That JIusbanb o MistbIs three times- the, man ne was before he began using Yellf8H4altfli AN OHIO HERMIT. .Why Charles Allentoti Lives in a Lonely Hut. ir'V,7 " . - " ' j "l Cleaveland Plain Dealer.) . 1 -There now resides -in an old log hut. a-vfew t mileB tfronV East Plainfield, Guernsey county, an old hermit whose jlife. and exploits make up quite a ro rmantic history. His name ' is Charles !AHefetoii, and he is known throughout the-hblemeighborhobd as VcO!d Al- lenfen.?.. ljefljowingjs a brief his tcyy. af tlie life of this singular hermit who for" so "W'ttaryMix lipitt Ifhe Toltrt itf vf hfi heSVSs bornr 61 Clarle Allenton's .'fathjsrc cdme to? thisivifcinityl about' .eighty years, ago h en, thi&s region. avxis . but : a lowlmg wilderness Her built ..hipiself a log Qabihha infthjs, cablhOr 'hllt,-his: eldest dh.'tJfiarlesr, the-subject of this' seteh'fwfebor;abiutthe:year 1818i Charles 'ftas a .bright?ladw'and grew ,uj to, njanbooj an whence , as ibput; twente-four year.old hTbecame'eri gagebtoKyOu'ifg' ldy'fn s the1 teigh borhootl and J the - day was-Jjappointd for thd : weddlngaBadtb ojejate vthe etenipg before thewedding,his intend 6ncndlhe;was'siricke'n dQn-wrth a terrible yerj:with which disease he lingered- fo many weeks, but finally recoVered. He was not however, the sahie Charts; Allehtoh; 9nd Htiw faind seemed' afiected-by 4he severe triais he had endured.!. He could uotbar4to stay, at home, and. one day heeft suddenlyaud for many" years no trace !of hrm" Coultl -Tie" founds but vboutf-Wi the year lB48-5'9,' wheni'Ithel: gold." ex? citement yaftjjbigh, he was -head from in. Juaiuornia iiu ,m& mean iirno , nis uroinersaiui sisiefs muveu uway, auu although therland owned by his father cnangea nanas, ineuut w as leisstaiia ing : Jn: 1872 Allenten reiuSrued here and has ever siuce lived- alone in the hut wyiere he was born, ami ;vyhei'e he will probably die.; He acts very strangely, and talks, it is said, as if he had '"access to the spirits of the depart ed. His : beard covers his whole face, and. hisiancut long locks of , bushy hair'hang down over his back. On some " subjects he seeing to converse qvme intelligently, dui Keej)H nw nuu in fiTlTiyc0ninti6T tery about how he lives, and there are rumors he has vast quantities of gold and silver buried near his hut. TWO FINE DRESSES FOR A BRIDE. Ivew York Evening Post.) Two dresses made by a Broad street firm for a young bride in this city are in the following style: The first is a visiting costume, made of palest straw berry cashmere of extremely fine text ure, with -Jersey .Avaiste, buttoned at the bafck.' The underskirts is arrang ed in panels, -with fan pleatmgs be tween, the panels being covered with ragged-robin blossoms and sage green leaves embroidered in most exquisitely-shaded silks. The second toilet is an evening dress of plain cream-colored satin and brocade. The" train is of pale-blue satin, figured with arbutus and primrose clusters, parting in front over the petticoat of. the plain satin covered with rnfnes of rose point lace. The corsage is high on the shoulders, but cut out heart-shape in the neck and veiled with lace. No sleeves are to be -seen, it ' being intended that gloves threerquarters of a yard long shall take their place. A SHOWER OF BIRDS. . Davenport Gazette.) A remarkable phenomenon occur red at Independence, Iowa, during a heavv thnder storm on the nisrht of the 1st inst. Many were aroused by a peltiner against the windows and sup posed it to be hail ; others thought it was -caused by bats. But the next morning thousands ot birds were found all over the city, some dead, and some alive. Wherever a door had been open edthe place would be full of them. It was a literal shower of birds, and how and whence came they"? In size the birds were a trifle larger than a snow bird, , and their color much like that of a quail. $ o such bud ras ever seen there. " One theory is that they were drawn into the' vortex' of a southern cvclone- and carried .as - far - as Inder pendence, where, r they were dropped i : A HALF DOLLAR WORTH $10. l e' : I ( Meriwettter's Weekly. .' When Mr. Oscar Taylor was in town a few weeks aeo he showed me a silver Jhalf dolky 'for, which he has already been offered 81,000. It is one ot tour halves cast byr-the gxjtern Confedera iv.when the Mint was seized in New Orleans. On the liberty side the die is the same as the. present halt , dollar, but on the reverse side was substituted I'eyen bars and eeven stars, 'surraountt ed' bir a, 'nole with the Leap- of liberty. A stalk of t sugar cane and a stalk fif cotton are showriraround which are. the words "The" C)nfeclera"te- States' of AieriLv- -Only -fours of these coins werViSSuediw i.:'rr :0 , V. u -. : -. eu.to,oi sicKanja qn ine morning oi tHeiext flay 'she taa "a'CofpsV. -'Her lover ttould hoi stanxt thelierrible LOVER'S WIN A HOT RACE. A Georgia Romeo Outwits ths Enemy ' and Secures His- Texas Juliet. ' ' Houston Post.) . . Mr. W. C. Watson in the early part of the week received , a telegram from one 'of hi two charming- daughters, both of whom were at school at La Grange, Ga., stating that Alice, the younger one, was very sick, and he must come as swiftly as possible. Act ing cn thi3 telegram, "' he imd Mrs. LWn 1ftff,i'rVV-.thft first, trails A rri v. iner at. LaGrana-e.. Jie-.t'diind znat ia-, stead of being" ill . .Mbs Alicefs "' happy ' bride, the wife 5 of Robert Abrams, a wealthv young raafa of that place. It seems, that the elder d&ugU ter, learning that her sister proposedj, to .elope from the seminary, Jbad sent the message received.: " ' , . Ihe elopement occurred rri'the fol lowing manner- Yonng Abrams drove to.'wherelhia: affianced iwas'-.who had gotten esqused. from, school that day on the plea of sickness, but -was watch ed by her elder sister, detailed as a iraise, and on driving his buggy up to the enclosure he waved a handkerchief, fhe;S.ignal for her tcrcome, and, de.pittj the resistance of her sister, she walked pluckily, without her borinet, to the buggy, got in 5 and the two drove to ward Franklinj Ala., a distance , of twenty . miles, . where they could pro cure a license and get married. To provide against successful pursuit hy the superintendent of the - seminary young Abrams - had ; hired all the horses and buggies, - giving strict or ders not to allow anybody to get them without an order from him. It was fully an hour before the superintend ent was ' made acquainted 'with" the facts and when? jie did learn them his first move was to hire a horse and bug gy, but wherever he went the horses and buggies were engaged. He finally had to start in pursuit' oh horseback, but the two were then miles away, go ing ahead. After they traversed ten miles they got a fresh horse and bug gy, which had been prepared and went on with renewed speed. In the meantime the superintendent - had nearly given out.. iTheyA arrived at Franklin and were married, and on returning picked up the supenntenoL- eiit -whom. JMr. sand .Mrs Abrarmt car- Aed back home in one of their busies. The scheme was a success and the wedded pair met their parents at the depot the next day on their arrival. It was too late to make any opposition, and the family of the two had a geae? al fraternization. GHASTLY RELIC OF GUITEAU. A Washington Paper.) It was a fact at first carefullv con cealed, and now known only to a few, thatrGuiteau s face and features were preserved as well as his bones. I was in the Medical Museum vesterday when a clerk, whom I have known in timately for several years, said to me : 'Would you like to gee Guiteaus face?" Though somewhat puzzled as to-thie object of such a question I promptly answered in the affirmative. The clerk then led me to a room where a number of large jars filled with al cohol to preserve various relics were arranged on shelves. A cover was pulled, from one of these, revealing the face and head ot Guiteau just as it looked when placed in the coffin. "That'," said the clerk, "is the real face, hair, skin, eye-balls and features of Charles Guiteau. When his body was taken to the Medical Museum if was resolved to preserve not only his skeleton, but hj? jictual features in the flesh. That was done bv running: the knife "clear, around the neck, splitting the skin in a straight line from the back of the neck to top of the head, and tearing it off from the entire head, thus" obtaining in one piece the scalp and the skin covering the face. To these were added the eyeballs. - This was stuffed with cotton in a way to retain- the exact outlines of the murder er's countenance, as well as the ex pression; sewed together and put in alcohol, just as you see it now." The head looks as if 4t were merely cut from the body and placed in the jar. as the sureeon's stitches on the neck and back of the head are not visible. The very sneer of -the sensual mouth has been preserved, and the stubby hairs of a week's growth that were o the upper lip when - Guiteau went on the gallows are still there. The eye balls are, of 'course, lacking in vital expression, but. even the- ljcsr but little-shrinkage: The nose is the only feature . tne snape oiwnicn naa not been maintained. It is sunken- in the middle, as if it . had received a blow on the bridge: but the cheeks, the chin, eyebrows, eyelashes,1 hair," and everything - exeept - the mouth, are al most perfect in their slife-like.'resem- VI, J- 1 1 ' " ' Catarrs op the Bladder. Stinging irritar tation, fnflamation", all "Kidney and Urinary J complaints, cured by "Buchu-paiba."; $1, PRICE 5 CENTS. ; PEARLS OF THOUGHT. Study the past if you future. Consucut. would divine the Jealousy is the secret xvowal of our infe riority. Exchange. Put not your trust in monev, but put your money in trust. Exchange. " When, we climb to heaven, 'tia on the rounds of love to men. Excliange. Dare to say no. To refuse U do a bad thing is to do a good one. Exchange. " .The best part of the record, of every man's 1ffi-'!hliat uf wh:t he ha done for others. . Art is mucli, but love is mo;e. Art sy in- bolizes Heaven, but love hi God and tUiAktss Heaven. Exchange. This life of mortal breath is but the su burb of the life elysium, whose portal we call death. Exchange. . .' ftpeak the truth ; yield not to anger ; givts, wlieni asked, of the little thou hast; by these three steps thou shall go near the gods. - Jiudaha. -. It Is not until we have passed through the furnace that we are made to know how much dross there was in our composition. Exchange. PljUNNY PARAGRAPHS. "Heaven lies about us in our infanry." And we do our own luinu for ourselves when we net older. Pack. W'hiskev did it, but I'll never touch an other drop, said the murderer on the gallows as the sherin pulled the trap. Ex. Young1 married men have ceased to emi grate to lowu, - J. he btate-produces mora twins than any other m the L nion. iix. "Investigator" wants to know what is good for cabbage worms. Iiless your heart, man, cabbage, ot course. A goou plump cabbage will last several worms a . week. Exchange. . Wants it from the keg ; "Don't put in on muskeeter tiettin' for me," said Aunt Han nah. "I don't want to breathe no strained air. Exchange. : Wild geese never take a second mate. It is a great thing when a goose once recogni zes the fact that there are a great many geese in the world. Ex. . It is estimated that in EnglanJ 10,000 women and girls chew gum. The ties be tween that country and America are grow ing stronger every"year, by gum. Exchange. " Have the jury agreed ?" asked the judge of a Sheriff vy horn he met on the stairs with a. bucket an his hand. "Yis," replied Pat xicfc, "they hafa.s?reed Xo sml out for half a gallon. Exchange. A learned temperance advocate attributes Lucifer's fall from heaven to too much rum. Once get the idea started that there is rum in hea'en, what a stampede there will be for front seats! I.afagettc Leader. "Have you weak eyes?" said a lady to fit applicant for a kitchen position who wore blue spectacles. "No, ma'am," gaid the ap plicant, "but I scour pots and things bo thoroughly that the glitter of them hurts my eyes." Exchange. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A baby boy was recently born in Monta na with ears as loiig as a pointer's. Ex. In theatres the electric is beginning to displace the lime light in the producing stage effects. Ex. Electricity as a motor is soon to be tried on a street car line from Xewark to Bloom- field, N. J. Ex. The process of substituting steel sleepers for wooden ones has becmn with great suc cess on German railways. En. Sawing is too wasteful a process to be used. in the manufacture of veneer. The logs are first steamed until they are soft, and then nut on a machine and a knife shaves off tho strips as thin as the thinuest tissue paper. Exchange. M. Carrie has invented an instrument for Eionng the sun's heat much the same way as electricity is stored. He collects the sun .a heat by means of powerful lenses, ana trans fers it "to a box, where it is kept by means of non-conducting materials. Ex. The costliest pcftlris in the United States are cheap affairs wb'et compared to some to be found abroad. In the Cathedrial at Mir lan the body of Cardinal Barromeois enclose ed in a crystal casket, magnificent with gold and silver trimming, set with precious stones at a cost of $800,000. Ex. In order to' give the new Methodist Church at Youngstown, Ohio, a good start, 100 ladies with 100 spades started the,dij?-rJ. ging. Everything went 'along nicely unt one of the ladies exposed to view an earths worm, when the diggers dropped the dig gers tad ran scampering homewards. Ex. One of the latest notions is to have alight on the forehead of the horse. We are as sured that it gives perfect safety againsf. ac cident when driving after dark. No fire, no liquids, no lamp, yet a never-failing bright signal light at a great distance. It is made of metal and eoyfed yhh a combi nation of luminous compounds ;'H"' is Jfasily attached and detached ; is made in difiereut designs, and therefore, very attractjvp if it should be carried iu daytime. Court Jour nal. - - " ' A Harlem, N. Y., gunsmith has invented a-dynamite infernal machine. which can be placed in1 an ojdjhary gUkhat. The. ma chinery, which is operated by clockwork, is concealed by a concave mirror. It is intend ed says the diabolical inventor, that the man, who wishes to use the machine shall wear it into the huildinor he wishe3 to iniure; Rer the clockwork to start. Then he will put on a soft hat, which he will take from his pocket, and walk away. Ex. moving bis lat ana placing u agaiusta wajj he will take, a. handkerchief out of it and a the same time remove the pin that allows X . Is r Si 4 ..