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i '? ! m turn vzmi mm SATURDAY lPTBBr II, law A member of the Democratic Congres sional Oommittoe baa made a careful ei amioatioA of the political situation in the donbtfd State, and cornea to the coo elusion that than it fighting chance for a Democratic Senate u 1887. He says that of the nine Damooratie Senator! whose terma expire next year aevea are ocrteia to be aacceeded by Democrats. Tfc seven aure Statea an Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Uississippi, Missouri, Trnneaaee and Texas. The tiro doubtful os are Nevada and West Virginia. . Assuming that West Virginia will elect a Democrat and Nevada A Bepoblican, the iie-aoe.-ata will lose bat one of their pres ent number. The Democratic thirty .four will then be reduced to thirty-three. There will be aixteen Republican vacan cies. Of these eightMaine, Massa chusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Peansyt ranis, Rhode Island, Vermont And Wis- aoniia are certain to elect Republicans. Tiie eaven States in which tho fighting chance lies are California, Connecticut, Indiana, Miobigan, New Jersey, New York and Ohio. The Democrat elected from Virgioia restores the Dumber to thirty-four. As thirty-nine Senators are a majority, the election of five Senators In the doubtful Hat cf States, aevea in number, is necessary to secure the Sen Ate. If the three of the seven should elect Republicans that party will control the Senate for another two years, not con sidering the possible change caused by vacancies, Ohio and Michigan are pretty sure to return Republicans. If the Dem ocrats suite A aweep of California, Con necticut, Indiana, New York and New Jersey their fighting chauoea will be rea lised. The Uoited States troops have cap tured Ocronimo a couple of times, but the old IadiAA finds do trouble ia getting away from them any moment he wishes. Having persuaded the old Indian, the other day, to deliver himself up to the U. 8. troops, the Mexioaa troops just thoai oamo along and demanded that Geroaiaas be delivered np to them, as he waa taken no and was ia Mexican Terri tory, The American troops refusing to release the Indian they and the Mexicans got into A row, and while the troop won fighting between themselves Ger onimo, having became tired waiting, and to settls the trouble between the troops, took a walk. This' waa wise of the old . Indian and will save the Government aaaeh trouble and expense, for bad onr troops aacoeeded in bringing him on this aid of the liae, Oeronimo would have bean placed on a reservation, fattened np and placed in the best fighting order to go on tb war-path again next spring. Should eooh an incident as this ever oc cur again, the Record's advios to the troops is not to make fools of themselves over the dirty, greasy person of A mur dering redskin, but let both Moxican and American soldiers, like prudent warriors, rat tnk out their knives and divide the the Indian equally among them, and then do their quarreling after this ia done, as ho Indin will then escape. Bow old Cknoaimo' sides must have shook with laughter as he peered from hi biding ' place behind the rocke and watched the . soldiers who bad been bounding him for months fighting between themselves. The people in the East, and particular ly the Southeast, are getting well shaken an by etbo,k. If report be cor rest eonaiderable damage was done to buildings in Charleston, Sonth Carolina. Th peepU throughout that part of tho eouatry are badly scared: taut Sunday tb snioistera bald service outside of tb church baildiags, having more faith and foaliag securer ia the open air should aaanrtbaaak hap along than they would ia tb edifices erected to the Lord. Dispatches from Tombstone, Art tone, dated th 6th iust., state that the troops ' Wen bringing ia Oerinomo And hia band, Tb story of th tadiaas escape thrn was a true. Tb Oovarnment has an ele phant on Ha hands. ' Tb governments on tb other aide of th globe am All well prepared for war end are pakisatly waiting for the Russian Can to atari np tb dance. Nothing makes th subjects of Monarch so loyal The anaual street parade of th work Kg ana ia Chicago bast Monday waa the grandest affair of the kind that has ever take place ia that city. There wen over 30,000 bmb in line. . A OAs of yellow fever was discovered ' ia New York. Tb man with th fever was a sailor aad had lately arrived from Wast Indie and South American ports. ' Germany lias abandoned her right to establish a naval station At the Caroline OBNBKAI. iTBHaV Thousand of dollars continued to ne subscribed in the Kast ia .lid of Irish home rule. A rain of lizards at Kclloga ranch, Wyoming, is vouched for by Judge Erainel and other leading citisena. A Hebrew recently died at Pcreelavi, at the age of 117 years. Death nipped him just as b waa about to lead to the altar bis ninth bride. A bogus Eugliab lord, who msde bis appearance in Montana with a great nourish of trumpets, dogs and hunters. has com to grief as a forger of checks. For some time past then has been a decrease in the immigration to this coun try, but sow the tide has turned and people an pouring in from all foreign lands. Th Berolutionsry War coat our Gov ernment 80,000,000; th war of 1812, ft 15,000, 000; th Mexican war, (135, 000,000, and the war of the rebellion $0,. 189,929,908.23. The American Bookseller asserts that "the magazines sre killing the books, and the newspapers arc killing the magazines. A Suoday paper to-day ia a magaaine and nview." Twenty years ago the proportion of Irishmen to Englishmen in the British army was 308 out of every 1030; now it is but 178 Irishmen ia 1000. The num ber of Irishmen going into the Queen's army has been stesdily decreasing for the past eighteen years. Colored workmen in New York an complaining because white workmen re fuse to allow them to earn a liviag. They sre told that they must join a union be fore they can have employment, and wbea they apply for admissioa to the union their application are rejected. Red Cloud, a Sioux chief, believes that it ia better to get a living out of the white people than to quarrel with them. "What we want," say he, "is white men to plant our corn, hoe it, harvest it and put it into the barns which they will build for us. Warriora don't work." Rs porta from Chicago states that a man giving his name as George Lswrence, claiming to reside in San Francisco, to gether with one or two coofederatei hare been endeavoring to sell milk dealers a receipt for adulterating milk. The re oeipt ia as follows: Three ounces pro toxide of sods, 24 ounces salt petre, 24 ounoes of bicarbonate of aoda, 10 ounosa glycerine, 8 ounces of salt, 14 pounds of sugar. - Directions mix with 24 gallons of water and let it atand for 4 or 6 honrs, to each gallon of mixture, add six gallons of water. The process is to fill a jsr half full of milk and add a quantity of the de coction and fill the jar with water. The experiment showed that the quantity of milk could be doubled and be difficult of detection. ' Lawrence was asking $500 for the receipt and claims to have told to San Francisco and other city milk deal era in tb west. The attention of the City Health Commissioners haa been called to the matter. It is claimed that the mixture ia injurious to the human system. BLACKS THAT WKHK WBITB. J. H. Chester found some white black berries growing wild near Branson, Micb. They wen ripe and very sweet. Mrs. Baker of Wiofield, Mich., erected stakes with steel straps on them and caught six white blackbirds in one day. White robbins were seen near Biggs town, Delaware, juat before election day last week. It is supposed this is what ruined the peaoh crop. The children of M. E. Watson, of Mar quette, Mioh., have a tame gull. The gull, which waa coal black and very con spicuous, was swimming in the lake when a large-sized bald-eagle suddenly mad a dash for it high up in the air, and, bury iog its talons in tho poor gull's back, at tempted to sail off with it. The gull re sitted as best it could and made a loud outcry, while the children rushed to th rescue of their pet. The gull was saved, the eagle taking sight, but it waa found that the poor gull turncd perfectly white in the struggle. Down in Missouri a little black boy fell headforemost into a bucket of white wash, and from fright and contents of the bucket instantly turned white. A white pig swallowed a dark rattle snake: it ia supposed the snake turned white, and grew out as bristles on the bog's back. "Yes," said a Kentuckian who had been in the fur West, "Indians are powerful fond of whisky. Let 'em one get th taste of whisky so' they'll give up everything for it. An old chief ont in Western Dakota offered mo a pony, saddle, bridle, blanket, and I don't know what else, for a piot of whisky I had with me." ' "And you wouldn't give it to him!" "Not much. That was the 'last pint I had left. But it shows how fond Indians are of whisky," N. Y. Sua. A THHtCE-LKtlOKD MAN. lu the room of the Parker Hoose, Wednesday afternoon, a Bavarian, 33 years of age, n&mod George Lippert, pre- seated himself for examination and io- apection to a number of physicians and eurguona. Mr. Lippert is known and Actually described aa th "three-legged man. He has two legs that reach the ground and one that turns up behind him, the latter originally placed in that position by Mr. Lippert himself, who wsa sensitive about bis deformity and de sired to conceal it. It fact, he does con ceal it so well that its presence cannot be guessed aa he walks along the street His left leg is perfect, except that it has six toes. Where the right leg should be there are two lege growing aid by ide and oovered by the sunt skin as far aa the knee, or very near that point. There are two thigh bones, two ball and socket joints and different seta of mnacles, and the motion of on leg le entirely inde pendent of the other. Each of theee legs, which may be called the second and third legs, has a sspsrate knee joint, and from the knee are entirely separate from each other. The second leg from below the knee has but one bone, and thia enda in a bony knob with three tost attached to it. It is this leg thst he uses in walking, the termination being protected by a padded cup made to fit it. The third leg haa all the bones and muscles t be fouud in the leg of any ordinary man, but at the foot is twisted in a most extraordinary man- Oa thia foot there are six toes, which will move aa Mr, Lippert wills. This leg, though not the one used in walking, is, nevertheless, the proper right leg. Until Mr. Lippert waa sixteen yesrsof age he used all three legs io walkiog, and each had its own independ ent motion, but he could not atand the remarks his appearance drew forth and tbe older he became the more sensitive he grew, and finally be strapped the out. side leg up behind him in such a wsy thst it could not be remarked. He naturally thought the outaide leg waa the euperfiu- ous one, when in reality the extra one waa the center. Tightly strapped up in th way described, the muscles became rigid and contracted in auoh a way that it u impossible now to straighten this leg. Another singular thing about this third leg is that the toe-naila grow under the foot and not aa in a perfect foot. Mr. Lippert baa three brothers and three sis ters perfectly formod; hi father and mother are In- no way remarkable, and there -is no record io his family of the birth of twins. He is another living il lustration of th peculiar method in which nature sometimes works, and no theory yet advanced aatiefautorily ac counts for his strange deformity. Find ing hia extra leg a aerioue inconvenience to him io nearly all the walks of life, he finally overcame hia modesty and con sented to exhibit himself. Charles Amden, of Dowagiao, Mich., saw a fight between a blaok hen turkey and a large hawk. The fieht occurred in the air, as high as the tree-tops and la a determined struggle for supnmacy. Finally th hawk gave up th fight in crippled oonditioa, and the turkey flew to the ground apparently uninjured. Instant death would probably have been met with by a tramp in Illinois the other day who waa (-truck by a locomo tive had it not been for A large pack oo hit back, which bore th brunt of th blow, H was simply brushed aside, Dot m the least injured. The apple crop, from all accounts, will he large this year; but New York Stat, when nearly every farm haa its 'pie orchard, will, it ia said, market but little of the fruit, which is promised in abuo dance from Illinois, Michigan and other Western States. - The yacht no betweeu the Mayfl iwer and Galatea resulted in favor of tbe former. Th Yankee still retain th honor of dining the Swlttett tailing yacht afloat. A woman at fekiu, 111,, hat finger nails an inch long. Her husband goes creeping around as if h waa walking on tacks. . ! 'Garments without buttons" an ad vertised. We've mi 'em. and so hav very other bachelor. jEs. - A Seattle Itisaslaa Is Imparted to In kidney aad bladder by lloeietier'e Hosts rn Bmrs, watch at most astral In swercosalng torpidity f tbte sr- fans. Beside infusing mora activity late them, this sxoeUeat teal endows ihrm with addiUeasl vigor, and enables thcta th better tonnntrmreewvaread tear or tar aiacnare;. Ins; function imposed Uiou them by nature. llarMVev. aa lb era the ehitnnt-1 for thi seaDeoreerlalnlmnHrlllMfram the blood. increases their nsenilness by strengthening andbeallhniHyatimiilatlnkrthem. lu certsin morbid conditions orttMsvimporuat organs, they fall Into sluggish state, which is ins nans! pflreursor nrdiaessv. - what then can a a-natrr serrate than a medlelns wlilrh Impels them togrealeractirltv when tlothnjlt Mo malsdlee are more BwrllMla than those Which affect the klilneys, and a medicine which averts la ueiil should be uiihir The wife of a poverty-stricken Paris tenor pawned him for 20 one day when it was announced that the Prince of Wales waa to attend the open in the evening. The manager was informed at a lato hoar, and be couldn't do without th tenor, be had to settle with the pawnbroker. Thus the wife wss ennbled to settle with ber milliner. An old maid in Nashville keeps a par rot which swears, and a monkey wbioh chew tobacco. She aaya, between the two, she doesn't miss n'husbsnd very mncfa. Died. At Kisla Villa. Lincoln Count'. tt-Dt-aiihfr T, ISM, f. (1. Joboii, a. otvi of atauurl, atfrd M jmf. t il Vtll7. UomIb Cuu it?, September T, IM, ib-muKilast. REPUBLICAN MASS-CON NTUN. AT k MEET. SO OF TDB hEPlB IO Omuif Oeuifatl umtaiiiitw. Mid Aug i -I. IB,, II Waal baUulVH'. I stmt A MU'-GoD fetll'it. Of (Li) Kepu iiictUt Vetera of Uutkilu OjUttty tm bulo u Satarfliy, Septaml) t llttv t 9 o'o ock t K , it the Cvurt rfon for h parpiaeiu( tirx tiuii uiHKtM 10 in nt-pum oau bril b. i8! U tna ttuiutioaii voi.r lu inn ouuuty ti4 reqiM-.ttia ( a.leud ii4 par- ticlfiat. Bitten v vaUi unairaiaii. : T. J. OtBtlSB, .fcwivurj. J. NESBITT k BB0., HA.1N MTRBtET, Pioohe, - - - Newadtx. waoLiatLi iD kitail OUAIjCB is iroceries. Provisions ak6 General Merchandise. inpuiTttns or tATln-eaa. XalcajvaorsBe . , Olaraarea and Tobatoooea, Geih' Furnishing Goods ! ! Boots & Shoes Id OfMt Trlr sn1 of tfee Best Quilt la IM atafaWI. , .. A Largs Stock of Ht:'s, Bon hi Youths Hits. Ws with to OsU Atttatloa to osf '' DRY GOODS and CLOTHING Departments, wttleh an bow filled wub Msw uoo-U. Bavers will do waM to call sod ismlni oar good twfaro pnrebas'iig lsvwlun. Ws will Mil SS lOW SB lbs lOWMt. ; NuiSB ti Co-owner. To JOSEPH OOOI. owasrof 0a.ht intsr- sitt Id tbe if -01.1(1 iT mlf, situated Id uwmani M iota t v tat rut, uqcoib Uuanly, Hiatsuf (waia. v.ifl are fiprab. bhiIDmI thtt taere Is bow d its from a lbs sum of Una uaadrrMi ittuii UMiiar i w f lor atai to ins bor a mod mliw. faraea Mmeut w k Iim oa stl 1 'Ol is fo' tbe fn 1M1 s id Ml. wblcb IQ n Beits BK BQ Ul 7 aiUr-aiata'. K. i ber wltb tbe chis uf tbis ad'-trtl-emsut, utbarwl I snail slat a fortatara of foor In Mr st. In co uruiliy uf tint sum of Uoarasa (itstinnSi atprrd My lftb. Wi 11 p r 4rcsitiooid etctlBst pf-ebt'iBif lb astd iBicivst 'roai th ssid Jusvb Uwok, s hs oao not an tsr sintiuf circa uaUDeee .ak a leg,1 transfer. JOHN DAurRit. liebs.fntsM. IBS. HtKnd 131 THE ICHri )B lOUKr 0f HUM ititVM. HiV, of tbs Cm it ot l tuwfa, Stats or era tat t m, oa tflla. f lalntllt vs. K Onafas, tslviidtot. Tbe lisle -if hjviU eauia .rava. tail in M Oiaffrje. ttafriod at, ton ts hrrtbynn nmHisd to sppsM bsfors ins at tar 'iffl s io Ulk i i tbe 0 mi it? f ld a -la. oa tbs iitb day if tj-p'em!. r, ltM4 i ti'dl wk a M . IB tueao 1 a be mnt txtiait y m by salJ plat ut id t answer i b e unpUlnt of tot. a'Mtve aain d pliiatlff A icito i br mbt 4 rw' vttr thi -ta a uf Mi 87 I'tO) Icty tirs Dl IMlW dollars, fir uh sod c rsis pud b pi tt Iff. oa y Br ooonDt, loitToN oMs for iwUitqueut uiss for IM yr I8t, wrttia or p fty situtl la 4braoaait V.llay, sslj oo inty, aa-tMad to you la lwi, sad aQbs qBiBflysoid bv y-itj to pleto Iff or I'tlgiuant ill b tafcin afluuot y n far tht osit sm mot toatatber wltb ao-ls o Ibis salt II yoa fail to sp. psir an I sDHWsr . rthe dhnrifftiranyCoaatsblertf sslrf-ooatity, Greet la. i Hke legtl sarvtos sad duefstoro tbereof. 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