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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 18SJ.
A colli'i'tioii i;i :i 15 v;i:i ; I ! church yiclili'il -I'M c,i"t Kim I uli'':i! IVi'SllTi) X-'w J. V. Y o')0 ji.nttii 111 ll'.'l'.i!. coiiu! . !U . ftruci. Si is c-m : n r : York far.! i Iir'.' laV, l.i I. ol i v.rrd:i jtrc.-f nteti a I :iim ill HI-.I-: t!::in .: . i.i'-too!; x'.n'iix for I ; .-i lcf: h' irriititioii ; ' i'!' !ri.lll ; ! ..:!! u I'll-. i ,J I ! 1 1 :l ' f !'.' most p culiur ! ! ;' .r:i p r'. I ' : ii i ; inn. i u ' J;. Tin- F;!:i''-;.'i tr.-r. ir.-i iu" ' lucky :i!o.r' ! ( 'i.i'-ti ;.i n :. ici'.T.!, oti t 1 I "iii-i iin:i -KM" in-! i:.' I'tMr-ll , to I,; '.I , V, of ill'.' 'IV Hi' r;i; :u I : 1 1 r l:iti-i acre, A ll, IV ii i.! ol'o'i I il''.' ;o" S;iV;l!l'r II. t) i m !iiv- a I v."!n'l- hi' I. II- j.-;u-'i I r "ii'- :i-.-Mii:. hi ii : i.iu- ;'. j.i i.r I hihl:.'lil-. 1 ii;i'.' Voi;r liil-li iiini "ii' ! ;.:u . :'. l ;r : !" !i:r i:!H-' 'in. : , t Ti a Sorict V io'.l!) livi:: in r. chi. kt'ti Tho::;;. : hi. of ' Oil I'Dourr III i! . i 1 i-l i-lli' l ol' (.'.'I I iv!ii"i' s;s n. o lo v.. I! i'i 1.1 'J lo C .1 1 l'.'--. 1 our 1'ill. Coo; Mr-, d ; bf:ui! v -.v!:( take il awi.lov.-. ' l'i. i' I ; -1 i . I -: ! .-1 r ' T . i- ti." tienim! wiio h Ct.Iir. VV"!ll'l A i, :i ;:'i' tii'.! ;:. ; ,Trr:i:i ii (.'iiri-Uitu 'ii ' o'A'i'O -'lo Tiiottit' a!Ii- UV-:. iMiirii f I i 1 it o:r of I. K't i.ii: !I'X; (! - ' I 'Ii . V-i to r . . 1 i ii.'i . 1 .. 1 1 ;1 ; . s. i ai'o N.n ; i in r . 1 1 I 1)11)1! v'.. a fat roil I .!. tnrust it an i, v.-itii ti ; i into his : iti.-ri- :"'! v ot ; ! . '! . :. tin" lo Mi .; io-. ii lo !iar;ii'i.:a'- !. ' il ..- Vir i t ii ; 1 1-- :-!.'m on; i O !' -r i,lt, ; fi i i ; r -t t toil .;f ; a . lo i -in v .1' i 1 H ' i 1 1 ! I ' I ;ii'' t; r: it ain' i t t : - - i - : . ii;i at: ! .1!.: 1 air pi oil., r : ('a !: . ol r ; i ions nii'la! I in t heir iv I rii'ii ft-:-: , mi .ii, a' ( In . v. f 'I'l'O ' I . ain' . l 0. ii Iltl'i '!".M aa.i , u'i;a. i A D : r:, ( .'iii' of tin.' i-.'i rl v II. ilaii-. (ii'titra l'.llkiTJolf S 1) 'trri ili"'l in !!iM'i, N. v--i;itiiri' 4' .uii1 Fivni'h for'rr. I'. Iiulii'it o i i r i i : i . . 1 I . i II Sollll' Sl."i. i 11 Ii. ailrvilt. I'diV'Tii'-. ;.i' ahiiw: (louli'i' i at was ititru-ti' i ' .. lilt' I'll.iiiV.', vi.. i: on, !! -ii .:' 1 i.n 1 i 1 ii N . : il.'tivli'.i' ii i".'" ! i i lo'vu. an A C'o'oiii'. E'siibnce. i II Ml!) , Sai'ir " A : .1.. : ii.:. Oh! . aail ! 11 ' ! t -ilta. la l, a i i'-i ! r of t; ! i' of ,',i(i tin 'IIS 'lit , I I pi-;! ':-r--ary wlii'll' : i r J mill i'.-t.ai,i wit!, i in ': ! :. .:' ai to ( ,1 .till'. ' 111:1:1 In: Tia- ;.oi! ! I 1 fi' :.r:n u m, n : na; . tin arr Hi ll. i 'Ills a: !':!((. i i-ii'l ii' .iii' t I'lillV. I' I I! I I I .' till' I 1. I 1 i;r ;.a:'i; ifivw i'xciti"l in a uii'iit. ati'i :! 2" in hi-; L i: i: .a !. ;- At a i .'uli ' : ic'ui tli" t- I'.ia'y i' of dt)!' i.maiiv i : vonn lirl'le . i To:iS !i;h I": nic S ai'.t civ i :.;a She is M'vcn y.-ar-i itvinuallv o:i l.iaa ;' ('nil! in. Vi-i-rt;iiii, . ilinii'T tauia arn ciiiatinj; witu a fork i'. nil1' ol ill- i'V''- oil'., iv stalion !!i('iili:i"''t- ll'li' tO t li,' Ililtllilt'l- .1 ::i I ic -irl '. V. !l ) I'l.i. Iltl' . -I'.'ljl II' i; i a liviir.vr, Jr!l - a prmlij-y. i ,-". iiis most i-t-. Sin' i::is of tin' la!, .U'l'Ol o.-. I'OViT ..ui'l riii'.i i' i.otv ar, oa-i's 1 Ir.iiii'' -uati-i t:k-.' I'ia l.'t'St. cf it. r- tulvatila a. ' o. ,y ; n .'uaiiay - . :'! ar ' i oi it. i; -ri')'.! of a a. t . ' i:U -' , i otliV fi itl ur-- r I'itV v ill'f I. . f iii :1 , !;-, V. !v lor ii'l. I: si j. ir .-'.a;','. Init I' i I ll.il t!i'Ui-:i! aiiar litis l.iui'ii i!o,!S well if In' ) i i rt 1 1 ti i : i - i . acvor lifi'ii Tlio ovi-rnor aoi. if Hi'' I iiH'Ka-ti'A' ini tio:), in linlatn li tritory. inn nt-ucn'ti tin; loiA at Uff Mai it is ii-fii'i-to ltial.c any tnoiv laws ul.il : tiios,! it: rri.iVnc" noM' .ai"' not (,'i.t ii'o,' I. l'itt -iitir' has wry i-iairiy .--'itlfi Ixt riol tli'!, t, after nearly miwii y.'ar-. It was tia; small matter of .',7s'i,.i:J-(. hut i. he is not jrr:ipin for any mun) of tiio same sort of fan. Tiiero is a i.oisonoin weed iti '..talla- tiu coiintv, Motitana, whir i .-lieup. When thry eat it t! criizv.leavo Hie htuiil, :ue! n iiilo'tlie river. The ':!', fatin'i s of ( a. I'loriila, nassia! an nr ;': iar,r'- f ri'o : tin : ' oiii'.-aiial weation-. ar.'i iv.v tnrv iia'.'" a .iiiall on ! hiio'.v wait! to 'hi is lieatli to e' heeolilij i hi'trlioie' I '. I'l-ain tin ' t nat w iiiei Hi" iin.l .lay otliil he itiLTlati l, litit tin.' foiv.-ii'lit is roil- arinorv f i with it. Twenty vars a,ro was riilieiilril lor on wanll'l collie when .tilinoa cheaper than ne'iil. in ilav has rutne aial iii iinix.'il. In tin! last, four years ia Alabama, Arkans:', I'lorida. (inir Louisiana, Mis-ii-rii'iii, 'i'i'ii:ii'--e.', and 'I'laxas tho inrtva-e of taxaiiii' proji'-'fly has liei'ii JI'.il.Hiiii.hls. and tlie latent taxation has been meanwhile reduei'd. A pound oi' t'i"l reruvian bark, pow dered .and :"': I'd in liiluti'd aleoho, then ev.ao irair i ifovn to half a pint, and jriven :,'ii,i inebriate in teaspoon doses every lhreu hours for one or two daws, then r 'due 1 1 r;i itialh' for ei j;ht. or ten i!as to live drops, wiil.it is .said, result is a permanent, detestation of liij uor in an v form. A C000 Year O'.d C:i.ik "Wo want to si'e the hi.r snake.M Stieh was tlie reipi't-t inadi' of Mr. 1'. M. Iiii-nhtirdt in explanation of a rinj,' tit the door-heil of his residence, No. I.dlTi l'oplar street, yest-nlay tiiornin. On the steps were jratlieivd ahaif-doz'-n children beionine; in that iicie;nborh)'"l rr.iij:iuur in ae from .1 to 1-' years, who cautiously inquired if tlie .serpent were lik.'iy to iiarm them. They were to!d that "no harm would befall ilium, .and to tiie littlo ones entered. No .sooner had liie door closed wlii'll another tuat Hie bell informed Mr. Lienhardt that more ealier.s welt.' waiting lo bo tuiinilted to satisfy their furiosity. This lime the visitors proved to be adults, ami !-, a steady .stream of men, women, and children kept up till day. much to the I (llseollllorl ol till! ol)lllrlll' owner oi i.ae tiling which nianv had com for .-'piai'i's around to M1". lCiiteriiu' the iiaii liv spectators hriield a petrili"d stiak'- 12 feet ion" and '!') inches in (ireiimferei!"e weiliin;r over Hi.i pounds. It was found one niotith ;i'o imbedded in ti coal vein iti one of the mines of the Leonard Coal company, in (,'euliv county, IV nn-ylvania. Tne miner who rtin across the remarkable specimen of petrifaction many hum I red feet beneath tho earth's .surfaces was thunderstruck at the discovery, and experienced some thing like a cold chill down his back for the lirst few moments after his pick brought to lilil the serpent's head. lie called his comrades and ihey aided him in divine; it out. Jt had to be cut into sixteen .sections before it was jjotteu out of the vein. Tin; snake, was exhib ited for several days in a hut near the mini', and people for miles around Ilock ed to see llie strange tiling the like of i which, it was said, had never been seen 1 : -e ; l.i V 'I i. . . t'a' tali .-:r.r! "I i.:.'. 'ill, I '. i ;v. aiu-:. st, :.. iii One ilrojis into l.or- 1: iy i. a : : 1 , l; I : i i 1 1 1' fr.::i : r In ii::;:?:i. riei .. ii"t a:;ain till ir t. i. hi : : lie' otle .- u I j,-e; a ! V. a s ill , i sl,CCi'S-l o pl'opl'ii t" a - ' into his wajnia. ':;' ;, on . : -o and if you will p v. 1 ii 1; ;) no limit to tin" cotir.i !.' Vol) - tleelal','- t.'ial iio,, af'i seen auiintils more or i we ivnv, In' proposes to show yon l-'ortunalt'ly, there tire many perfection, lie may have iior.se or colt of a cerlain a;:" which has made tho best s!nr.i fourth heat, or tpiartcr of a average at till distance.-., or stallion or brood marc, or tin u as a m; v. . i i i i,::::. ti pari::; iU'litlU' a M' l' teetivi's, 15. in ill Atlierieati ard iti tiie e. , "am-; I'-i'tiim ano'd Jin'' iVs (: V. Afii'l-i'ii I U i ' tel 1' il II ad iat a tiie ,1 :: ! loll it- iiao 1 i iian e Iv wort n ut in,,-'. ,k f. near ti'tt- d, OllCi" I I'ollleW '.i ia a : iltlflih of i.is or ne of ;'a 1',-' I v a- e liipl'-; lit i't,:.;-, an t i le e;) :it : ! !:r t rain wa ut .New 1 on; A su lucti i ear aron-eo' iiilil. a 'd to iia- c: found that his prisoner had ked tin' loex :! tli" '.nil tell! i o , caiii'it. Jl" rit-tie l into iih vittjear and in jui rf-1 of the r induetor wiicft! ilieir : tlie hist slop iiad b-en made, lb' was ;,, r, .,l .,i ...... I., .., .i! '!., i!"im had .-laukeiied sieed a few mile-fur! tier on to run on a sidinir. lianas felt sure that hi! was wide awake wtien tiie train stopt'dl ai Fonda, and tva-oie-l that tiie former had made a da-m for iibertv le Irani w as stopped 'oi oil' and walked 'rS't I Til fnt'lll Si'tt!" : !(;. i-.t" idetl of ya! i'ti'i' on w '. a i rilli'l live ! i' ' 1. t :,e casi l.i.i U-!" in id-: of in-, ,a i al a il t..e l,e o , i ;i of a i r . ! nii'in, i.e carried on hi- .1' of j a at norit v i f a rati - iee. "at' ; ari-toeratie ',', ,e ! ,,!i d it lU-s i.'adiy. l' le,,',:ilv tee II .'..-! ,.'' Ull Colotlia! t','-i i'-tlee- ill I.'.'' ! l',e i- ana- j Well." tee fo' in s- - -.;' Mam; idiii in ( iioue- t ; i;;n , , Y i .tinia 'ittj! ! line,' ni.t'.'iiili''rir -' rue; n: e. -itu 'I an ! Carer's Cr- -k. !'-- I nat! oil" in; liie , Vol ii r.'.M f, ! - tin il i'.v Ih'Ii- was eotupie , o a't"!- I : - ate U.il , .son, Mai.ii I'ti ; , .;. 17 o. eat I .:- . eoi;-u tne, 1 ,i , . - e e; t iat . i :. at i in 1 whir h mi v !" Ii el :, tote 'lit. ! nic'l's to' i... ti.ade .! !.!.; o. na-' t 'ii..!,'!1; .;at; i , a 1 v.- !: ''.; i . 1 1 : ii'opor, en ati-t . ; on , iearain piili mil) w n X..I'. ' i.l II -.ei ilieu r: -ei o; i ' . e n; it;lo on, la. i mi im i- p ::'n s liis tl.olll - and e .' II II ll'ol-ts W l.rll state n : of !i;e .ariii he i ii verl v Cam! es- ba .t 'yne e is una tlie ri has super-e led ;..e ot t.iii; ,1 was Hal and co !: . ! , i; i, h liamented witii a l.ny." ia for li-h. Alti.oie.rn ol meiisions. Uo-ev, ell i-i c'ti.p ami liotwitlistaii lin ' t's nakt treeless r-i-otiii'!-, its briei: w: stone capping-, softened by tin' colorings of ti.e t-1. : -i i : - for ci'iitiirv, inak'' ti line imore-si trace now rrmatns of .xi i !tlt' 'il' .c.-. i'i,n d iiis :o.,i bieti ;,! oVri' a on. No t.lat a Horse. kinds of the he-t . the one a heat, or mile, or tho bc-t latter that out! which ! ami the di int. Ti 'Ctive ; has done some of these things tit privateiback to I uida. Jle api it not puiiiio trials, j'.acn out; na?, ai any rate, the colt which is "hi to be the ivat horse of the world. This is and amiable, vanity easily pardoned, and the enthusiasm is rather catehinir A man's stock is greatly to his credit ami standing in tnis section while he lives, :m I when he diesis jirinted prom inently amontjj the list of ids virtues. II". V." r.Uhop, in Harper's Magazine fur Orlv'hi: tie by a e-rnilo- -tiort time lie to sleep anv il) those parts. An otlieer of tho Leoti- A man appeared attiie San Francisco I ard Coal company obtained possession police station and said he had been of it, and had it on private exhibition poisoned I",' his wife. Ho described ' for several days at his olliee, No. o7 mamlelv tne circumstances of the poi- somnti, a.sserliii'j that the dose was put in his c'lllre.and then, falling in spasms, he died. Tiie wile was at once arrested, but on examination it was discovered thai there was no trace of poison, and that the death was from apoplexy. drs, but his love for curiosities is A ciirm-Kv of divorce legislation i.-i ' ;real that he womd sooner pu Walnut place. He soon became tired of the rusa, which included brokers and business men, to his office to p't a rliinpso of tin; petrilied snake, so ho uvsetited it to its present owner. Tho alter has also been run down bv visit- so tin round in tiie act March JX, lwtr, just eraey collapsed, to t vorco intiv be oraiitei f (it'or;:ia, passed j with mic.'i before the colifed- present. ir cll'eet I nat a d to loval females annoyance than part with his .!! a' M uirhes :iii exceedingly , , w.n) smolies brands with a d his custo i. loses his of intense who, i i"i ' ., ;, s at-" in tiie service of the Unit-'ii S: o' ; av b'eu voluatariiy within !l.e ::ti ' i .e i ;ie;ny, ttivin them a.d aiel eoni! ri. A prominent I o e! m ter.N. II., is tin' father of bright four-year-old bo cigars of the stroirrest fjvmuie re! i -li. and. if dene inary siuok... efows peevis appetite, and shows siu'ns physi"ai sail' i'iur. I'iiy,ieia;is have ad- i-e l mat tne child b" e'lveti a regular al.ow auee of tohaceo. Jews and Christituis were never any where more completely separated than during the past .s 'tiion in the Cat skills. All Jews or none wtn tiie rule alike at ho'rls and hoarding houses. Two hoteis were kept by brothers, and in one rsttilili-hiu nit tiiere was no Is raelite, while in the ..her tiiere was no Jt'iit :!. Tlit- New M-'xiro town of Siiakspean; wa; ridded of scoundrels, two years sijjo, bv hanriii-; a fi-w of ihein ami the H'c'tit o! tiie iv-:. Russian Hill was one of the former. lie had been a Very bail man a horsethief, highwayman and bumtuer. Tin! sherifl" of tho liouni v has lately received a letter from the Amer ican ron-iil at St. lY'ter-iburLr, makin " it ( lear that Iii!l Tel In in. The horse Iliarkwood l'atrhen is an inveterate tohaceo chewer. lit! clamors for the weed ami is never perfectly at case in his box stall unless masticating ft cud. "To sou him j out of the stable," remarked the. trainer, as he re moved tiie wire muzzle in order to giv 1 ne .snake h Its head, body, well preserved, distinct. I1 is of a dark lead color, and tail are wonderfully tiie outlines heino- ipi'ite -oiuewhat llatted on top and I iirotl''!l the rentr,' of tin" bo I', rid'e an inch in dcpin. A well-informt! I naliiralis! nnerlcd with the Aeadeniv of Natural Sciences, examined the thin fir two hours on Saturday last, lie said it was the best petrilied specimen lie ever saw, and he claims to be well up in that line. The ridtje ho explained as beintj duo to the wasting away of a portion of the en trails and undigested food previous to the timo when petrifaction set in. lie claims that the snake was fully six thousand years old, and belonged to a species now found in certain portions of Africa. i'ii'Ai'c''ii't Jtvcortl. Divt-rcifbd Agricnlturj. The Ccriiiantown (l'a.) Telegraph, unlike some other eastern papers, is al ways wiiilntj: to uive tin! west its due. In a laic is-ue it says: Tiie amaziii' .success in American agriculture in tiie last quarter of a cen tury is very irem rally attributed to the use" of improved machinery as applied to the cultivation of a few leading crops, but our own impression is firm and strong tiTal no small share of this work of success has been caused by the enlarged development of more diversi fied crop.-, especially in the northern and western state-. In New York state the introduction into the rural districts of establishments of an exten sive settle for the manufacture of butter and cheese has produced results of so much importance that similar organi zations are now found in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and mo-t of the nortn westcrn states. On the other hand, tin) immense ".r ain-irrowin init re-ts of the northwest have developed on a pro digious s(-a!e a system of h'Cai 'Tain elevators established by .the railroad companies for the stora'-:", purchase and sale of trrain crops, which principle wiil iiltiinairlv become univi r-a! in till tlit; "Teat raiii-proiJaciuL' districts oti the rcpuhl.e. prui- .1 . i . , ... i cipai iioici m me low u vv a noi, nun was informed that tiie house was full all except one larjv room, with a double bod, which was occupied man who had arrived a fore. rati"S was read'. where, and triad lv acc.'t.ted tlie oiler. He went up to t ho room and stu down on a chair, overcome with mortifica tion, and after arranging a mental pro gramme for tho following day he start ed to x to bed. Turning down tho coverlid the detective glanced careless ly at the sm rin;r occupant of tiie lied, 'fo his surprise and joy he beheld the features of Imbert, the former. Creep in'jf quietly into bed, llanos 1'can niitlin his companion in tiie rib-. Im bert ceased snoring, turned over, yawn ed once or twice, and then opened his eyes. To his intense disgust he found lianas lyinu licside him, smiling broad ly. The Frenchman was utterly non plussed, and, sittintr up in bed, exclaim ed: "Py jrar, Mistaire lianas, where in ze h ou come from?'' After that tin deteeihe had no fur ther trouble. His prisoner was safely landed in New 'rk, tried, convicted and sentenced to ten years in the state prison. He died after serving eiht years, and up to the day of tleat.i de clared that nanus was in Jeain the evi; one. tit HivU !pk in I rcss. tiie lla ';:iu I paved the park ii,uii"dia'.eiy in 1 ;:. or the iron raiilti j; which sc.rroutide ! ;'.. i The broad stotte steps at each d ior have aNo di-app"are I, tiioiiu v.-itii the 'trees which shaded ibo laun. l-'hankitit: j tiie house on either side appear the dis mantled porters' lodges, uuii tiie re mains ot the wine ce.iars ailjoaiuiu, where, altiioti u'" tie re arc suuc-iive cobwebs in a'oitiidaiice. not even a pi v of broken bottle is left to till one with visions of tin; sparklinu vintage which once stocked t.icm. The interior arrangement of the buildinu may be described as briuu of three stories, whose lloor plan consists of laru'o hails, with cross passages on which the rooms onen. (a enterinu. the cool ami airy effect of this arrant;e lU'.'Ut is the tirst thinu noticed, ana is very pleasinu. I'm! main hall on tiie tirst lloor, which is duplicated on : he. second, is o'Jx t i feet, with which ;ne: cross passages comniunicate by arched entrances, well lighted by windows, I two of which run clear up throuuh tin!j second story. The spacious hall forms, one of the tinest apartments that can i well be imauined. A peculiar feature; Ti. tf liii' M';:-.oa !":.! Iidil tliji i.titl i i'ji;iirii):u !s close al Jwitit!, ittty I'l.c ii;! vltf: ci.in racts t: let , in (o.iii or nm; i;t I'.V. s,?ioitil c;t!l -ii W. K. ST r:VA ?iT, CwnliiU-In:- i'tiilih'!', f In cf "oin,s M.is tli oi' lit- riii';,;ii :!!;!, Ot t a 'v t! . JI.il cs . ,,t :) ; c! T;".'t i i -!"::( i;a i .'", i fed. t'usi H'iH'is !a!,cii !')! !');:.'; flint," or riiiijiiic W'i-vU -i J i-;. T t- i'roiu I'ip.il.'hii;' '()iitiic1v. I!:ti!(ii:! i'i. ',)(; iof ;.;tc chi'itji. GEO. JEKY1.L. Ocntrasfor and Ml&w CLINTON f.TR EIC'Y. OT'!'.', WA . ll.l.l .. j-rr; ir.s! ! arilo, r, i"r:',s..; i',,r ::':t kirn!.- 1,1 leiil i;.'!,.'-. li.i'ai ,li in.,:.', vie; i,i,;ki' 'siiriiiii'i-. AT I.OWKST MCiniKS. w; as Stevens u I farmer wtis iiite black-bir it'd to say tiiat a a rarer creature d. Illustrative of . a I it: tor a v.- Eas3 in Baltimore. The languid gracefulness of the wo men of 15,'iltiinore, which is duo to tho enervating climate, ami a niultitiulo of servants, ' ami tho half torpid, sleepy tpiiet of the city, the result of the same cause, has an indescribable charm for the worried and hurried Northerner. Tho people there are linn believers in the maxim laid down by Kmerson that all ha-to is vulvar. They move about leisurely ami tpiietlv, ami speak with a slow sort of a drawl, w hicli lo a nervous was a son t a Count l" '"ll"i i.t.io.iii, winch is the lieiunl ol Mitiuiern cinuir'?. Their oiieii-haiitled disposition is pro verbial, and in no part of America is their politeness and courtesy exceeded. They speak adniirinuly of the energy and" push of tho Northern ladies, but have no ambition to emulate them. They do not mind being told, in public or private, that they are behind the age, ami repeat the follow ing story, with an I reckon it Is true." at its close, with out anv feeling of regret that it is so. stranger in the city asked of a native llaltiniorcan the difl'crenco in time be tween New York and Haltiniore. "Hy minutes upon tho dial," was the an swer, -ten; but in reality, 100 years." him a clinw; which the animal received with a neigh of delight, "you would never ruie uetiin t tuni. lie acts so fran-! tically, but tnu moment Ins touches tho road hj becomes as uentlo as a lamb and travels close to 2:)." Iu the Arkansas Valley grows a weed shaped liko a ball ami varies in size from one foot or less in diameter to tivo or six fect,somo specimens being as tall as a man. It grows upou a tall stem, which is, however, stout enough, to bear the mass till it has ripened cr dried, when a puff of wind will blow it over and snap the slender support. Then it is that every gust of winJ sends it roll ing over tno prairie, bounding over bushes and rocks witu the greatest elasticity and lightness. lien the wind if "strong and high these tumbling Atlelo is a splendid cook, but it is evi dent that sho cannot contcut everybody and his father. The other evening Ma dame went into the kitchen ami found the gas stovo lighted. "Why Allele, do you light your stove at this hour.' "inn t have uot put it out 6incc morning." "Why, girl, aro you crazy?" "No; but Madame is always conip lai niug that I use too many niatchei. l'arii I'aper. How iV. ' ii 'V I aro- '; , . to th" -tiiel. v.ar they kill, ii;' . minute. I t!; e.i.: titioii, but when its performs !'. lleve 1 lie ot leT Toil Ih.bin- boo.i oi a:- e i i . ", ; gives, to a oi e,. pork killing as carra wh.ch is tioth :;rapi As I caiiiiot give Mr. of tlit! stock yards in tense the same. For in -tuner, we saw a :runting and snorting in piarreling member of a pp. was s' ed iiv the lima leg ami j small crane. This swuny in i a j.ig put th went said, in one ,.i Oil' that '. Ilier i i 1 can be- charming ; 1 Saints." rai otis i,; a this oily. I'iab ,rat". Tiiad content than ti the as-ertioti, he used to teli of a cer tain fatnii' r at whose house lit! once vi-lted. Mr. .Stevens observed that the l'ai'iii'T's crop, which was just ripening, was remarkable beyond anything he had ever seen. "My friend.'"' said Mr. Stevens to tii farmer, "this is truly liitvtiilic'iit. There is nothing to bo . T , . tie.-ired in your corn vie. a iu;s eai 1 th We.l." resiiontleil the farmer, guard . . 1 ... ...... i I ... 1 ediy, "it is puriy la.r; puny iair. uui, and tiiere wa a noticeable tinge ot .sad- ties just tho s, "thar mil . a few r.tor CO''." tht be f.iune few caancls at the end of ii i i" : 1 1 iiii , 1 on s ii illicit orv laiuilv. Now, w'nat hat porker was this; H, pieo-lhl pig ids pi'ii, a oittirrelsotiie 'eiii'l to thai S'ldd"llly seiz rke,.l up on a him swiftly to the fatal tloor through which no pig ever returns. On tre other side stood a man with a glittering knife in his hand. One plunge, 'of the cruel weapon iu his fair fat neck, and the dead pig shot across a trough and through another doorway, and then there was a splash, lie had fallen head lirst into a vat of boiling water. Some unseen machinery passed him along swiftly to t he other end of the terrible bath! and there a water wheel picked him up and thing him out on a sloping counter. Hen; another machine seize. I him. and with one rev olution scraped him as bald as a nut. And down the counter In! went, losing his head as be slid past a man with a hatchet, and then presto! ho was up again by the heel-. In one dreadful handful a man emptied him. ami while another sijiiirte,'. him with fresh water, the pig registering Iiis own weight as he passed the teller's box shot down a Ktecl bar from which he hung, ami whirled around the corner into tne iee housf. One long cut of a knife made two "sides of pork" out of that piebald pig. Two hacks of a hatchet brought away bis backbone. And then in seconds from his last grunt dirty, hot headed noisy the pig was hanging up in two pieces, cleaned, tnupiiicd iced. Think of it. That poor and most un fortunate porker, who, before hi) had quite inatlo up his mind whether to re sent tho lirst liberty taken with his hind leg, was dead as a door nail, and halt a minute later was actually ready for tho cook. Albany Express. In till' A Jek: o:i leu Butl-tr. iiOWeil tiiere !y respected ti'. t . I; I. me ()t;e lend was n i,v lay "he a nice It was indiscreet of Tuwin'H at tho theater io iv:;i i;,., vhi the orchestra plajed liie wobliiig march from "Loheu prin." to hi friend who Lad been four times married; "Ain't you mighty sick of that tuue?" Uoshn l ust. li-VH to af mute .e name ot "lUHiio .m:k-j. took it into his head to at ing which (iencral Batler iiidrcss, as he was anxious to catch a sight of the famous "Old Icli,' whom it had never been his good fort ,a:e to gaz upon. Entering the hall et.riv ai liit! evening lie secured a seat in tin.' front row .and patiently bided his time until tiie meeting was full and Mutier arose to address the audience, v. hich gieeteii him with vociferous ap plause. "Oid Ien" cleared his throat, began his speech ami looked around for sympathizing faces, as is tho case with liiost speakers. His eye caught the steadfast gaze ami interested counten ance of Dumb Mike. To him. there fore, the speaker turned his attention the whole evening, gesticulating and nodding his head. ' Mike, vastly inter este.l in the performance, bowed his head every time in accompaniment to the (ienerai's repeated nods. A part of the audience witnessed 'his dumb play, ami soon the whisper went around. "Tne (Iencral is talking to lkimbMike," accompanied bv smiles ami winks. Tiie Ceneral ela'ied by the favorable im preion. be was apparently producing upon the i bject of bis attentions, talked faster and gesticulated more furiously. As soon as'ite ended iiis speech he went eagerly to shako hands with Dumb M:kc, "who met him more than half uav. l'.oth were shaking bauds ami beaming with smiles as if they were obi fr;en !s"aiiil the (Jeneral said iu an af fable tone, "llow tlo you do? Glad to st o von." Mike, catching tho mo tion of" his lips, quietly put his hand to Id i,r. nt the same time shaking his head, (iencral l'.utier. after gazing at him in astonishment, turned to a by ftamlcr ami asked. "What the douce does he mean?'' "On. that is Dumb Mike. He is deaf as a post ami tlie rest of the sentence was lost by the smith n exit of the Ceneral in a tower ing pas:on. They ha7e a strange character in Socorro, N. M.. a wild, unkempt bor Jercr. wh-enamois Cn hgjhg and who calls himself tho Kocky Mountain Turk." Ho says he i is a na ive of Turkey, and he looks like one. His principal occupation is prospecting, bunting and fighting. i'i: i.e ni,i i!inj t'liiln.!, v, iii a..,! it ! thi'ir ml- ;..it;.,y i, t :iil 'ii Itiiu. ijav-Vl-Ivr Meltoie Ice Ttv iai::i :'s!l;,'.l lias ,i!ii-l;,.l nil Illti'tlu,'l!t I' Olitl'i III lilt Prill!:'! Work, up Ml.ir-i, IH'XI (lour !r I'l-ll. Wt'1'l.s' : ntll.v. noiili i,r itu'. Conn IIhiimv t Mtiiw.i. ill. Slum i ti. iiis , mini ami hi'lp ii' I In ml iipiillf nils prompt ' i V ; 1 : ' I Willi ml fail. t'!i.',';!".- Iilii't. V il i'. ! April ,N, i,!-:i. i . 1.. fAt.KINS Fare ftr Sale. la llie town hi" joirai Una:,', tt s i T ,1 lintr i'n- nf Im ; .-"miliary, !,l'o I n Il.i- i;id III Ulna: Kami. C'alllailli all,, ut .ii acf : lias liviiar hm'Iiii: wiili-r, i:i,n'i wrll ai Jin'iM -: atioiil an an rs of iliuiirr. iiatuiii i, uiali'i cuilit a lion ami 1 1 jui-iiir,'. A, oi r-s AUKI. il AlltilS. mi Pit , p ri ii im . in hi I-nnii I.;i(M- MW!fll'.''. iiflilini, r.iTTni aim eastern wall. I a parabolic' stum! phi ne, 1 i, is the great fireplace in tin; The siairway. describing curve if continued iu liie descends into the hail w.tu a magn cent swe.'p, and, although somewnat mutilated, serves, w.tii its molded rail, fluted ami carved banisters and casing, belter to iliustr.f i! the original beauty of the decorations than any thing except tho doors, which, like the stair-titiirgs, are of solid mahogany. All of the wainscoting has been removed, and both doors' and stair-ca.se tire marred by a somewhat dingy paint, bestowed by one of tiie many owners in time past. Tho properly, containing l,')o acres, now constitutes the Dean estate, and was purchased for the sum of :.'o.O00. llkhw.O'i-l '- !'' '''' In tin- prii.it' of l.ls til",., I') llrWtif Di.-i a.-i1. w ,r -.! ! y two 1'r: ",:l.i of a. voutiu 1 wtLa Wt'O i.iui, of tie- pt.n:-', 'A lio iliot :i,-l toi.L' at: Willi t;.al iliva..tot aii'l i oi .-r r ;..u - I'.i-.'af". All'! It. i' i'.Ij, m-c i- i rsva-.ni; ini'l ihIvichmii: l!i;c ll.i ::::i:',:i i.f a ;."' im! :iri;e.'. A;:,l tii"j;iin' ami n'.'. la'.l vitttths 1" Il mi pyi-ry liaiiit. 11 it i;!i:n:a.-i!C at it. ! rati' of '' ; r r !,!. ii, It: l'ni'.r.l Hani., l! tin - l;i p., -i'i'.v i ;, loptoi;'. to i:i.-:ili;ilis!i il. r.a '. i i", ' ."- "i, it- U-'tn: ni'.iu arc". Ify.iu liiivc niO t;-o'i!il .;!h y,.iir I.ivi'i' i r Ki'luy.-, (": r-'tti'l" at nht'i' li- lori' too la;,-. I'.r!:.'!i!' iil-'ii-'.', If t.iia.n In tln.f, fin ri". it; .-o, il tvo'ititi-il villi K 1 1! nr L'.vir (ii-'M-r, takr Sitiwi-l,'- I'M 'I'.r, tli' llln't oi.- rep)-a c M- i 40-Acri' 1 Oil-A ere 1 llll-Al'M' SO-A ITI lC0-.crv Al-'l filln'l" l a ,in-:l:l.-'"T- pi i ttAVi't rot: -ai.:. I'min. ." inil liiim 't-vn: I itrni. I1 tuiiU-s friiin (lllawHi T in, " miles frinii M.: K.tim, A Mips (lion (iiPikvn-, Vrni. I tnilfs I nun Oititiva; In mi. 1 0 mi !' 1 rii nt OHnwn ; iti rru! iih''!:i'!ii,' of It v It v.ail in al! ca.-, n! Klo.'iry cr l.tvt'r ili-in.-c euro ".)! l'rit:e t ;T In,! STILWELL MEDICINE CO., U-..I-I -1 l 1 ar.;a l:.- n. ti inif.t.-v. .1. wet ! I A X "t )1 ..N '. si'..: MOXMoffll. II.I.. SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rather feci 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 arc tired of that kind of life, you can change it if you choose. I low ? By getting one bottle of Brown' Ikon Bit ters, and taking it regularly according to directions. MansficlJ, Ohio, Nov. ;6, iS3i. Gentlemen : I h.ive suffered with pain in my sitle and back ,and great mrenesj on my breast, v ith shout ing pains all through my body, at tended with Treat weakness, depres sion of spirits, and loss of appe tite. I have taken several different nedicincs, and v.is treated by prom inent physicians for my liver, kid neys, and spleen, tut 1 Rot no relief. 1 thought 1 would try llrown's Iron ltittcrs ; I have now taken one botile and a half and am about wcil pain in side and back all gone soreness all out of my breast, and I have a pood nppclite, and am gaining in urength and flesh. It can justly be Called the Aing cf uudUincs. ' John K. Allender. 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, which will cure Dys pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Weakness, and relieve all Lung and Kidney diseases. THE WEEKLY ! LaSallR Co. Her !!a-mm iin il mviili r knotvn ilM.nrtton us lb" atili'M. i ,i- i:io.,t poivi'i'i:! nut tin' im. ft wi.lily ciriiilalcil i (Ivriniin W's-'xlv in IIik state, otiti-lili' nf the rity "1 U'liienjp). Il i" ri --oi.-iii.o-1 lu evi rv rlas ami i-li'ini'iit .1- Ul-I MOIIIO ' .,iO!KIH n, i-l I I'i -' i" n i ' ' "" ; i.i-titiih iiinl spirit ol' tin- llt'i :iia:i i .. ipuliit inn of Central I'll! i niii i;i popu.nriiv nn-i I'ri ai i ,n-r,::io"u ai-.oio; on- o, i.l and ir,,spi ions lirrir.ar.s lieKtiW4 upon il H vulue :-an a-i v,r, i-i ii- iim iiiuiii -.i., n ji--, !. .-..-- i t'j oilier (.riiian jonrioil Iii ihls part f t lit; t-tmt' t'l C. ZWANZIG, Editor. (ittii'.Vii. III.. Man ii IT. Is-.l. CMcj.30, Earlington and Qulncy B. K. Oolnlier 1 tlt'.i, 1 KHI Going South, '! Going North 1' 1H. Nl.il 11. I 1 Vm" Ki STATIONS, -"fi ' V-MK So.w.s; L K. ei : i - - j,. i. P.M. LV A M. LV l.l.i S.I I ; . 1 s .M S. t'l 1", 1 li.M -..11.1 '.li s.r. M." . 1 l'l.-S M. Ill bl.Mt 11.11 ll.f'l 11. in 11. Ml 11. I'll 11. u 11.ro .... ClilKUB'J...! ! Atirurn.... ; 1 .V.'e.! Aurora.' aV Kox Hiv June I 6S ...tW(M v. .Vnrkville... aH I-'" ' 1 ;. Villhrnok.., .MilliiiK'fin. . ' ...Shernliin... i-i i....Seremi. ... 1 Ml I ...Illakes.... .Vi ....Weilroti...: 1394 1 r'ltyioit ; t:. r.lt.l.AP Cry tl OTTAWA 1 ll S11111I1 (itt.nin.: 'ii-v ..Siil-:Triii-l;..' ISJ .(irsptl llnise.l Si ;...It!i Uanl-.. )0i sitreator...- iA M.AR V M.AB I tlHi w M w IV S 2 10. lid 9.I.! O.t-7 S.5I s.4i 8.M S.". e.is 8.IH T.tS 7 ro 7.li 7,23 .10 li.H'.l "5 31 5.(T 5. Hi .5.i 4.VJ I i.n 4.01 3.;o l.t 3.13 A M.LVd-M.LX ! 7,50 :12 02 ; j.to j u u I S.;V) I III. la ; P.M.AB PM.AHl I reli-'ii 1 trains rnrrvmg paMenu rR leave tlttuwa B l'oltow: For Karl, '.MO . .: lor A uror 1, 1'l.ttj A.M.; lor Slrentor. 5 li a. .. I.l.s p. ., anil ti.17 P. M. ! MurnliB tntin iiia'es close cohU'-ftlon al Aurora lor I ut' polntH east and we-t. j Pullman TalMee ik-epiiKt Citrn. C TV Q. PrnwIiB i:,..u- i'm'h, Ilnrloii'ii llcplinlnn Clmir Cars, anil the C. !l. t,. l'alm e Dinin Cam. Iy this route. All iHformii. - mm uliout raie of fare, tleeiunit car eeoiiiimKlIIon mi l time tal!e wll" brlieerf,ilfv (riven Iiv hpi1ii:r 10 VV.M 1VAL I.OWM.I, Ceneral 1'a.sBi Hirer Agett.ClilcBKO. i TllHS. J. I'OTTKIi. .,.,-,. tieneral Mn:m-r. Ch'.-'acti. T. II. MA1.MN. Aennt t ttw. Chicaco, Rock Island & Pacific Batiroad :,KW TIMK TABLE. (;mf. :-.st. :,i. i. P.-ielnc Kxprens ami Mail 1. Niitlit Kxp-i'M ti, KnniM. City Upresa - s 1 in. aco ami Uiivoni.rt Arcom. " 10. I'ern Kant AeeoiiiiiiotiatluU " 1J, St. l'sul Kjtr-f t'iijltli Currying rntngrr. ...11.2.-1 a v ... 3.".'."l A M ... 2. HI A M ... a.? p m ... 7.tri a x ...11.55 a m . 1K1 P x . 5.40 P . H .I", P M .. 7.45 A M ,. 3. lorn .12 Mam . l.snn M .. 1 .35 p M . 7.fp a .. 2.1 p m ,. IIS a T nil 10 arrive in CMcfto t 10.10 a . nd lMTr CliicaK- t 4 4-"' P- ' tSun.ly exeeptrdl. ll .nd -. run dullv. lnclmiitu Sunday. Si' -JS !! a m-tll hve pnwner etweh, camlEit pawners tletwen.IlletntUBll. V ilnil itrrry pMwn(n.'r betmec Blue lt.ntl '"no1; cJrrle Pks-nfrc b-"" Ott in.t Bin I land K. . Cabl. (W Manager, r ftp .lonx C. t- Kmni i". GDl Tkt rtt. A t. Agent at IKt.w. GOING We-t. Vo. 1. Atlantic Express S, Mtht KxprriM -. S, Chieapo and KaiiKas City LxproA 7, Iiaveiipurt AtvoiiinuHliitina " 9 I't-ni Kat AcetiniMit"latliin 11, SI Paul Kxprew. via Alln-rt U-a Freight Carrnlnj raK0r: