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A TRUE STORY.
character
the
Wearily
dragged
that
looked.
morrow
"To
poftu
aid
New York Ht raid.
Saturday night ! Thousands of people
filled the streets aud avenues The shop
windows
electricity ; light and wamuk
brilliant with gad aud
-rywhere
the inside ; cold aud discomfort every
the outside. Express wage
witu their freight
crackle,
aud everything
driven
where
dash here aud th
of holiday goods ; the street
the elevated traiue
is astir. Private carriages
dully through the press. The coach
► warm and in tur and the horses
covered with comfortable blanketB.
Siaud on the o .ruer of Sixth avenue and
Fourteenth street, where the crowd iu
deureat, and watoh a wuile. Women in
warm fur lined j.vak-, wouieu in costly
skins of animals, women in
in olotn, some shivering with the sc
of their clothing MeJ with bundles
iu their arms aud buudies ba piug out ...
their pockets; men without bnudirs a-id
with very few pockets to pul a-ythiug
iu A rushing, pushing, good-n
throng going up aud dowu aud aero:a
with uuuoaiiug clatter. It is practical!}
Christmas Eve and everybody is happy.
Even the tramp rejoices
liberality of toe saloon keeper. Every
body is smiling.
Everybody ?
No ; not everybody. Standing back
aud iu the shadow oi
ill
evaryt
she
out
she
a
'ho
The
The
mu
>uore
From
look
thought
tue expected
urued
-dient
went,
The
her
. Her clothes,
the house i
heaven help her, would be scanty it.
September. Around her body aud head
is wrapped a plaid shawi, the like ol
which the coachuiau sluing
willilu 20 feet ot her
aud
uot
waters
his box
on id not
tv
wipe the dust
hands are hare au<l pale and tniu ; he
hair is stringy aud gray ; her lace—
despair.
Uu yes, but she's a tramp, a profes
sional beggar hULdreds say to themselves
they uurrv by scarcely deigning to
b
carriage ; ber
police
1
tho
Lo h
Bui ie ehe ?
Fur
where
hour she has been standing
or.ee has she askeu
lake
A
Presently, pudhiu»
through the crowd, o^mes a tall un»u w
New York ia
to be
a peculiar lace. No
belter known. Li is pic
found on every side, his name is a house
hold word where English iscpokeu. ll;s
face is strong and hard ; his eye has a
cold glitter, he walks slowly, seemingly
engrossed in his own thoughts. But
great arch of ms turehead means be
lence,if the ouformaii.m of a man's head
means anything. People
policemen touch their caps lo him
passes. Slowly he comes aloug, a marked
cug thousands. He nears the
woman. Suddenly the eye that seems to
her. The grave face
the tide
A
mg
but
she
U
feeble,
ord
at
nothing
looks graver. He turns
aud hand« something to her. £he i
quick enough, and the ooiu roils
pavement at her feet. The grave
stoops and picks it up, despite ber pro
test, and puts it in her baud. The long,
thin fingers close over it. i
largest they have heid for
The pale, eatery eyes filled
The
d
the
the
pocket
have
oents
good,
ago
ay a day
ith tears
with a sterner face
d a colder
. The woman remains.
eye, pauses
She looks at the c
and seems
; thens
side of the c
hand. Despite her ragd there
thing graceful
peculiar
A pawnbroker's shop !
The narrow door swings on its hinge
with much creaking, 1 or pawnbrokers
hinges
a long counter aud
of box stalls. Behind the counter seve
bushy beards aud sharp, qaes
tioniug eyes. Belt re lue counter a motly
throng, for it is Christmas Eve to the
pawnbroker, too. The requests for ad
ireuibiingly mad«; the answeis
short, sharp aud decisive. There is
appeal from the dread judgments ol
these autocrats of the poor.
leather pillo
thau 75 cents," says a little
womau scarcely five feet hign. "1 guv
$4 a piece for them when my husband
my husband."
"Seventy-five
them," w
"This ring
of better appearance thau b^r ueigbbo
"Fifteen dollars,"
ly toward the
ith the money iu her
ifi t
she
Ik ; something
head.
of ll
poi
aud
stand
thiug
she
ly always rusty. Within
end a number
well
called
her.
cli
dead,
the
"Sure, them
worth
fre
you
I don't
clinching reply.
$80," says a wi
weil,
to
find
iu
is
gave
"Please, air, I will take this out,"
said the womau from Fourteenth street,
laying down her bright dilvrr dollar aud
a ticket.
"Oh, you are here again after that
picture, are you ? Let
had 25
utbs' i
it—four
«1
storage, 60 cents," eays the
back the Change aud a litt.e
a child and its father. "That's the
fourth time that woman has had that
thing in," continued the p
e ol the others. "I suppose you would
rather get that out thau eat,
"Uh,
all 1 have left ol happy days."
"No doubt, no
been a grand lady
—ha ! La !—a graL.i
who had not ye
-, «'■'
Lg
her
aud
it ii
,1 daresay
yet
and those
ed in
ed on j;
th«
gh.
The
's thin
eeriug :
fingers closed over the
!e j icture and
her furrowed < je«k w
teued with
bitt r m
s, though the
ost dry.
Out of the do
the crowded sires
first saw her,
rapping her Beauty drapery m >r
her
-til! er-akir.g, through
:s to the
sh
rp.t W
al
•I rhlveriug with 'h
id.
Of
A "c
gar
Vary I .ui«
light and no
little clerks, with tight
pointed shoes, smoking cigarettes, drink
ing b-er and leering at a lot o
who a
wert," a great deal of
d strong drink Jaunty
:
p:*l
ery
where,
almost
d the Bf
ud of th- "concert"
heeded amid the clink of glas
>f r: halb 1
>3
gh-.er.
a pleasant pla« - f -r young m**u
î -tore goug home
to speud
o their
others
i .
At a tat
not altoge
neighbors. Hhe
clothing,
price of beauty,
in f«
telltale
a young woman evidently
r of the SH
s as h-r
Ue
ch
d i
ber e
F,.r rbe
Sparkled t-be
?as beautiful
ithstandiug tbe
d tbe
tb. The
Uer f'-rebeai
of
with her coin
. others de ...
laughed and i*.ked gayiy
of
4 Ni
with e
it iB tc
liM C
with ber furs. :
tbe entrance. The doo
with a flood of light
pauyiug them they pa«
Tbe sb-ip girls Lurry
tbe silks aud jei
policeman looked t
shoulders.
luck, le
said the
''I do not Ilk« it, anyhow; ,
»ly tlie gill âr.
noisy.
■ 1
■i
ippr >a« i
;
!«»■ k-«
hoi
d sighed
ud surngged Lis gre
e sight was this Laud
A hr
e, ga.i
pa
The
with the miniature ap
~d tbe giri'r face,
udreds for i
preached au«i ac
she bad doue to
knees bent under her, her «y
aud ber baud
heavy cloak,
apprehe
1<>
h. H-r
-tar*.d
cu the
k witL
I
;
M '* ^ :
p^ u,le4 I
The girl shrank
d her «sour
piece toward the w<
heeded.
into the gutter
"Julie! Julie!
last !" b

,
j
id tbe weak v
the
on pie il
d this
•1
î h» i ,
eded !
woman pursued,
In catching the < ;
little scr
"What
Th- g ; r! gave a
ed fiercely.
.iu yon *
have already gi7eu yon u
"What do I
my child stand by and he
lion ? Oh, .1 aim! .Inlie ; it is
ifnl Ooi ! c
s- long p
ban-y
ü «
• I
you; but I
not « old now.
my darling, I
"Is the wo
a «rank ?" asked the
turning to his companion, bnt tlie
girl said nothing. li«r eyes w-r« hall
closed, her hands clinched, h-r face pal* '
Impatiently the
lo the
stood looking from
other. Haddeuly the giri
d fiercely whispers :
told you
"Mother, I w
You will
Mee
persist now.
w night, at 9
-verytbiug
e if
e here t<
o'clock, and I v
straight. Then, turning
"Hhe seems a barn'
go." The t
tbe sidewalk tbe
A police
woman," he cries, "get out ol
Why, hallo! you have dropped
. g-t AloUg,
ill make
Less old thiug.
passed
Let
•U1M, old
f this !
your
eyl C
.
to
iu, and I don't
it to go to
»b k iy."
court to m •
The womau
ruing with
e and tottered feebly away,
lane !
A garretiu Mine
No fire, uo stove to make it in, aud
nothing to burn if there was A lodging
house of the cheap "furnished ■**—"
, with a very small, very lossy aud
very shrewd mistress, to whom every
womau who paid her board was a "lady"
and every
"bossy." Want of the
who did Ml was a
4 pinching
character was
the very walls had
Wearily the woman with the miniature
dragged her-el t op the stairs to the
that had been here. Thn door
looked. The landlady stood in the hall.
"Well, have yon yonr rent?"
"Alas 1 No ; but I will have plenty to
morrow night."
"To morrow bight you will have plenty,
? You dirty hussy, do you sup
poftu I keep this house for fan ? Get out
aid dou't show up here agaiu."
There was
«ry where o Dosruible—
odor of poverty.
A
I
ill
The
onstrating.
of hers ;
evaryt lug had been piwned. Wearily
she a nt « nt the way she had
out into the coldness and darkuess. Aud
she walked she smiled, for
a gladsome Christmastide
'ho not
01
The
We
nothing in the
:
it not
her ? Had
her child !
d spoken
The electric lights flickered
mu the gre
Li
The
brightly
they had while
d* jostled and pushed
1 there, thouga thousands had
•m* Away from these tights
the hide streets the poor Soul
•dered. Her steps
>uore unsteady
From time
avenue.'
she progressed
time she would
aud smile, for she
No
To
To
look at the piotu
thought her darings
with her. It
dead aud the other had
would
To
urued from her, but
she thought. Away down the
-dient streets toward the North river she
When
went, growing weaker
The light of pleas
her and
alked
T
beamed
ucurtaiued
The
through the
the figures of men aud women
aud children clad iu w
Ho
No
apparel aud
uot hungry. Un the great docks there
slop her advance, but a
her aud followed. Away
end she went, where the dark
waters oi the river gurgled against the
i.ulkheads There she
W
nothing
police
I
down aud,
er weary and weak, fell into the
loud hallooing
Uh lights followed, for
s Lard by and the
And
Met
1 er. The
tho rush of
celebrating the Chris
season iu their
way.
"This i
lake a
policeman
seuselesa burden
A ward
a terrible night, woman, to
er," said the
iutj the
, ail dripping, he laid his
the boards.
Aloft
Itgii
ll
the hospital !
ith sc
of beds ;
d again a
them. Patients uough
A gi-at room,
And
, white walls,
Ith
Sv-ripinre
mg and patients moaning with pain. Ou
the wuman with the portrait,
eyt-s were hall opsu and she breathed
but faintly ; but she
she
A
ing
but
New
ten
urn
the
U
conscious. Then
seii a little and talked, and the
sweetness of her voice, though but
feeble, attracted the attention of the
ord «riles aud ttiey listened. Presently
aud stood by the bedside
d looked at her.
*'öbe cannot live, Jeffry," he said to
the orderly, "dhe will die of shock and
starvation."
"Bat, sir, she had 40 cents in her
pocket when she u
have bought something
"That may be,but
in aud coaid
eat."
bas been slowly
starving for days and improperly clad,
the want ot food and exposure to
weather has brought h r dowu. The 40
oents would
good, though if taken in Laud 48 hours
ago she mi*ht have been saved.
ta:ked very queer, sir, since
all like
done her but little
is
ol
t
she came
patients."
"Did she ?"
Ol
Bel
■'Tnat she did, indeed. Öbe has
her mind about a daughter.
Iked a good deal of m
, about ho
aud servauts, but from what I c
stand she
the
thiug
she
se, it
aud carnages
have at
time been
well off—according to her own story, tihe
called 'Julie' a number of times aud told
somebody to tuck,the robes carefully about
her.
she w
d to this cold
said, 'Oh he is
cry."
e ? Y
cli
dead, he is dead, and bega
'Are you talking about
the doctor,
hospital
you not, aud I
?" asked a low voice
fre
the bed.
"Yes,
iam, you
reph-d the pt ysioi
you
iu the hospital,"
, with a start, "
keep very quiet indeed iu order
d
get well."
"Y
of
doctor; but I
weil, and I waul
uot going
tell you something
about myself before I die, and I want yi
to s«nd for my Julie, my daughter ; she
—God in heaven ! I don't Jcdqw where
find her." And the low tor
iu a wail that aiim
wrtebmau iu the hall
is accustomed to suoh things. Then they
gave her a soothing d
get
to
died away
friguteoed the
a fit, albeit be
25
ght, aud she
became easier aud to.'d tae doctor her
, asking him tlie while to keep the
appointment her daughter had made,
a s utae
«1
the
Lg
' e sail,
d before the W
her people Were al.
. At its close
her husband had gathered what little
fortune he could and they
Bos'ii
erfui iu the
abroad
did not prosper, and
while they came back to Puhaiel
Her hu-. baud w
aud from that to drinking. C
dead. A
ii
phia
gambling
>oh day he
a accident
the river and he had
ortally wounded, dying liefor« he
i home. B
brought h
Lad
in
fever se/.-d ber
and
and si
ill for many
^the doctor aud the
e looked
Uh
h ('tuer Significantly)
While she
■j itl h-r little daughter dis&ppe
' was 17 ye
ed.
sh
of age, h ii i that
Hhe hunted for the girl
ut BUcCift«, til tUÿh she
s toid
tha'
ha-1 plunged headlong into
î tiou Tue
life
Of diS:
York.
N «
Her
of
d she
wa 3 gone,
he proceeds of what she could
. Then she heard that di.*eipaled
a frequented concert salon
:
p:*l
:
ight after night
bdug too poorly
e. Hue grew
d weaker, bnt the
finding her "Julie" buoyed her
expect to bn repulsed,
she said, hr n«r daughter, though a
wayward child. Lad never been unkind
d she had faith now that there
for it. Hhedid
gone all
plained the
w her.
she wat he i at the doo
ery
«.•lad to be allowed admin
thinner and paler
hope
>3
Hhe did
up.
their
h-r
«■elieve that her child hal
All that could be
Ue it day when the doch
Midnight !
The
silent
ch
t-be
tbe
tbe
The
with tbe
ilniatnre lay
- her
her
A
and tbe
part-d ' i K b 1 1 y as if receiving tbe iropre
ai y face iu the picture. Tb
Lunger Were forgotten, tb
ry of ber life
of
co'd
,
Hhe w
keep
?*' I-k-d tbe
be appointment,
stiugnirh the girl from
ered.
■i cto
•'Lio v c
; hundreds like her?" ho
KMOHYs
.. n i.i
ATH A Hi IC
î
I
purely
If
-15 cuii
ap
• rdlnary liu|»»siiii
H-r
-tar*.d
the
witL
A r«i
bin case of imposture is
I ported from Ea terbury. About 2d years
; ago Franc-s Wood, otherwise Fanny
^ : Jordan, of Clapham Bill, Whitatabie,
u,le4 I »«Hi IS. r«o.i*,d s s»,«» »book. ÖL»
l»«*d, and gradually grew
took
o b
•m until her fa« e
n appe
• nupletwly Lla«;keued with the exception
k down the centre of the
s« of h»r
ran.iy and water ami light
er .aie rall-d fort!
•substantial ai 1 j
d Besides
rs she Lallled the skill of
en of Stan ling from other
ia j received relief from
Loth the parochial authorities ami the
, Whitstable Charity Tr
j years ago abe was tbe
a religi
î h» i , lf
eded !
bite
7-he has lost tlie
^ body -x :-*pt
a
'h<
.
I!
c
fr
f Hog!
"1 '• ~ r y pa
:<*! pra titio
-dies!
ü « thrp
• I dist

the
tlie
hall
pal* ' "
subject of a long
journal, iu which
<1 resiguati
'rded. Hearing on Halurday week that
her brother had b
mouths'
tleriugs
from
giri
sentenced
three
imprisonment, she recovered
her natural hue, aud when discovered by
her mother said : "I feH
three raps
now.
at 9
methiug
n the bead, and
died
gave
a thrill passed through
Wednesday, bat prior
a persou who ba«l <»ften visited her and
confessed that during all these ye
bad acted the hypocrite, aud had be
perfectly able to
that
fl r
Let
old
e her liml,B all the
. Hhe had systematically discolored
hieb she
this !
ti
your
her leT-tores with burnt cork,
kept in a box with a caudle beneath her
bed.
go to
iy."
On bearing the auuonuceuieut of
ber hroiher'e imprisonment she took
opportunity to wipe away the black
marks from ber face. Tbe mother states
t «at she was quite unaware of her
d »lighter's deuep
away,
aud
lodging
■**—"
aud
every
"lady"
cynical lady, souiewh
men. like colds, aie
«•t a flirt.
_ry easily
caught, Put difficult to get rid of. Her mistake
is apparent Dr. Bull's Cough Hyrup will cure
any cold however stubborn it may he. Price
a
A Y A LES TIS'JK.
Joaephiue Pollard.
Some
of
A Valentine I Ah,
That some one has addressed
^These lines so sweet and tender?
M
from
Itlal
baa
way
the
the
eoope
could
have
the
its
away
named
ment
pier
1877
r
i be
) page, and yet—and yet
now the sender.
What though the writing
Aud many a little trick devised
I think I
late
To ald the fond deception ;
i. Valentino provides the key
the little mystery
of reception.
That spoils
The me
We may be right, we may be wrong;
" lack of confirmation strong
*ive the rein to fancy,
And let h-r wander at her „...,
And her bright destiny fulfill
In fields
:
lecromancy.
would lose thsir charm
.'ould doubt distnn
broken:
And Valentin
Li
Ere yet
And so the deeper the disguise.
The more delightful the surprise,
And sweeter
the to
UtlTlG AND POET.
No
had
hoard a nightingale, '
kecu-eyed naturalist
To study and define —whnt is a bird,
To clacsify by rote and book, uo
When
To
ib*
ight possibly be heard.
the word,
leu—hark, the nightingale Î
Who
Thus far, no further;
When of a
its sr
■P
. hlgoer thau he could divine
all-unearthly.
T
h (ht
ill! He
• baslioil. *'
to t
not
the
not
The p
o waibler
Ho cried "the error of this fatal Haw,
evnnd my
No bird
this,
W
d 'twould aus
ii y
O'COS
KLL.
the
Hulwer thus poetically wrote o
I Uni», DC.—■
the voice of
ce to my sieht that giant form whs given,
roofed by boundless
Vliss
8
under
lessor
limes
Suoli
in
iieaveu ;
Bene**h his fe-t the human ocean lay,
And
Met bought
e away.
•>r
O as 1 thought, n
from some church
Aloft HL~
Itgii led
clear, from airy tide
ule
a bird may gl'de,
idiencei
ll played with
î <1
stirred the u
the
led
And sot
or laughter answ
d
it willed.
A RKAUT1FUL FAHVlNATOH .
A Young JLudy Who
«diced to be tlie queen ol
Society.
A New York letter to the Washington
ur says ; There have been mauy charm
ing girls id New York society of recent
years aud a Lumber who have been
«idered beauties in their particular sets,
but until recently no one has been ihe
acknowledged queen of unmarried wo
through the length aud breadth of New
Y'ork sooiety. Miss Marion Laugdon is
beautiful girl iu
New Y'ork She ia tall, her figure is
exquisitely moulded and her eyes
superb. Bhe is qaite dark aud extremely
graceful. Whenever Miss Laugd
dance with the leader of a ger
the struggle for invitations is
breathless and prolonged. Miss Laug
ten has been engaged several
urn s, but in every instance the
engagement has been broken ofl
quietly and nothing more heard ot it.
Last summer her engagemant to Perry
officially announced aud
lo have taken place
Newport, bnt for
reason which has never
affair
Lat Mr. Bsl
the rupture
Langdun's caprice. She certainly dis
missed a most deairable suitor, for Mr.
Belmont is
bachelors in America. It is said that a
young Eugliabmau, who will have a title
when his rather dies, aud who spent last
summer iu Newport, did much toward
encouraging her to change her mind
about her marriage with Mr. Belmont.
AcUnowl
the
such
tbe
tiou
aud
to
idea
four
its
for
of
and
tool
and
And
to
kn
li*e
Bel
the marriage
his spring
out the
broken ofl. Everybody says
didn't do it and that
entirely due
Mis
c-f the
ol eligible
lte«l Ho
llotli tilde*.
d
JudgeS
pape
of diffère
the editor of two
the same time, both weekly and
political faith, said the talks*
'•reformed lawyer," as the conversa
drilted around to the court of com
pilas and the venerable aud amiable
gentleman who is its presiding officer. He
younger than uow aud lived in Hop
kinsville where both Whig and D
oratlc weeklies were published ou dif
days. He was a Democrat, like all
good people ought to he, and one day the
Democratic editor, who was called away
several weeks, came into hie
iffice aud asked him to edit nls paper
luriug his absence, which he agreed
do. The editor of the Whig organ, who
va-* also bis fri*nd, by a singular coium
deuce, was also required to be abseut
about the
to
d be made a
quest of Judge HliteS that he
Whig
, and edit his paper,
that he
the Democratic paper, th
he
he
Without letting hi
also to get
jadge consented, and the Whig editor
The jodge
to his office, aud pro
caiu. Iu each paper
stinging personal
ber
appeared the
ditoriala diiected at the other, and the
public being kept in ignorance of the
er« iu coustaut expectation of
a personal d.ffioulty. The judge heated
tue polities ol Christian county red-hot
two weeklies for several weeks,
et'j >ying the commotion he had caused,
bitter
she
ed.
author,
iu hi
life
d iu each article growing
in the last Finally, the editors
turned home aud then tue joke was out.
War smoothed her wrinkled front; the
judge went back to his law looks; the
e liters "resumed the tripod," aud Hop
kinsville journalism found the old-time
i-vel. If the judge asks who told you
this atory, tell him that you sat behind
on a railroad car several years ago
wlieu he himself related it to a gentleman
formerly practicing in his court.
she
the
her
a
all
the
.National Tro
INBOClalloll.
,\.
noal meeting ot the National
Trottiug Association, held iu New York
ye «terday week, the report of the committee
• ■ . rules was adopted. There Ib a change
which provides that the origiual report of
h m-eting, signed by the judges, shall
lie transmitted to the national association,
i «-lead of a duplicate, as heretofore.
guard against fraud, which 1
several limes iu the past been perpetrated
: decided
icditional
to Le made for the meetings
Lou'.d forfeit the amount of the purse
•ntended for to the national asHocia
>on, aud tbe party giving information of
should receive half the
amount so forfeited. The treasurer'
port showed the receipts for tbe past ye
to have be
$14,475, aud the hal
ary 1st, 1684, $5,959. At the evtuiug
-•ssion there was a long discussion upon
the advisability of publishing a
stud book. Major McDowell stated that
the breeders of trottiug horses
posed to the present publications, and
thought that it was with good c
publication should be
lay
her
tb
npou the association. It
toat any associât! >u allowing
from
ruth pat;
$20,435, the disbursements,
hand Janu
years
ÖL»
grew
op
. The
perviaed by
buratiou committee. It was finally
appoiDt a committee of seven,
wbo should take the matter under
sidération aud report to the board of re
view at its May ineetiug. T
opinion was that the book wouid be pub
lished. The following office
elected fur the next two years: President
Judge, James Grant of Davenport, la ;
•«r, L-twi-i J. Powers, Hpringtield,
Secretary, Thomas J Vail, Uart
deride!
the
h»r
light
ai 1 j Tr*
of ford Conn,
other
from
the
•:
It«
id Ing Aloud
Readiug aloml iu the family, says
Edward Everett Hale, is the best possible
way to break in, aud always proves a
persuasion and temptation. The
long period when a boy
long
that
girl does
ily but that tbe process itself
If you will read to him
then be will be very grateful to you, and
you will form an appetife wbioh be will
never be rid of. I knew tbe mother of a
family wbo read tbe Waverly novels
aloud five times as ber children became
old enough to bear. The hour after tea
belonged to tbe boy or girl wbo was, say
9 or 10years old. That boy or girl bad,
to speak, tbe right
somebody else
you
aloud auy Waverly novel in a mouth, if
you read an hour aud a little
evening. Iu tbe two years when each of
these children claimed this privilege,
which their mother's perseveranoe gave
them, they would read, each ot them,
with her, 20 of the best of these stories.
They would talk them
Probably they woald
alone. But by the time those
three
by
and
died
and
fl r
the
she
mamma
read
read
Well,
her
of
black
states
her
with her.
have read them
flirt.
years
ended, aud another child had the
turn, the habit of reading and the love
of reading were fully formed.
easily
mistake
cure
Price
ST. LOUIS.
Some of the t'liaracterlatlo Feature*
of That Ureat Centre of Food Pro*
auction.
in Harper'» for Marsh W. H. Bishop
interesting artlole
from which this is
is
baa
St. Lon la
extract : To regu
fairly the whole matter of rail
way iroights, there has been lately
organized a unique institution known
the "St. Louis Freight Bureau." It is
maintained by the anion of 200 firms of
leading merchants, each guaranteeing a
payment of $100 per annum, and is in
the hands of skilled railroad
patriotic dnty i
interests of 8t. Lonis and of individual
in an effectual way, whloh
private person unversed in the
eoope and technicalities of the subject
could do. Mach good is said to
have already resulted to tbo city in
the brief time of Its establishment ; and
its offloers aav that they have fonnd the
railroads, with one or two exceptions,
heartily In aooord with them in clearing
away misunderstandings. Other char
acteristic institutions of St. Lonis,
named either for their early establish
ment as the first of their kind
exceptional development,
pier Corps, for life saving at fires ; the
kindergarten system ; aud the manual
training eohool.
The Bom pier Corps
1877 for life
late
Its
watch
tho
the
I
yon
aud
lu
be
for their
the Pom
organized iu
iug aud olimbmg
tall buildings .where ladders will
the truck service of
the
to t s
not reaoh.as a part
the fire department. During its existence,
not a siugle accident bas occurred.
Exhibitions of its drill aud efficiency
lu mauy other cities of
leading cities,
d Boston,
be
a
the oouutry ;
ucludiug New York
rapidly adopting it
•.bemselvts
I
del lor
The 8.. Louis kindergarten system,first
installe i at the urgent instance of a ladv,
Vliss Sunie Blow, daughter of a former
represema'ive iu Congress, has
•amed such proportions
8 730 pupils ani 87 paid teachers.
The manual training Fcbool, a depart
of Washington University, aud
under the excellent management of P
lessor Woodward, cannot fail to inspire
pedal iuterest iu all those upon whom
defective methods of education
preparation for the duties of life are at
limes borue bom*». Its uotto is, "The
cultured mind,the skillful hand."
Suoli schools
in continental Europe,
writer remembe
iu
number
m
.ii
known
and the
ith pleasure
the exhibits made by them at tbe Paris
Exposition ot 1878, from as far away
Russia, Italy, and Spain. Bnt here all
such aids to diguifyiug labor, iuvestiug
tbe mechanical traies with the fascina
tiou that reallv belongs to them with the
youthful mind when rightly approached,
aud preparing for a useful and paying
livelihood a whole cUbi, d
worthless clerkships ai.d tbe like on the
ground of a petty respectability, are far
. The encouragement is devoutly
to be wished for. A sufficient
idea of the purposes of tho manual
training school is got trorn the articles
establishing it. Its working during a
four years' existence, the appearauce of
its shops, tools aud pupils,
for an article in themselves The ordi
nance of establishment declares : "Its
object shall be instruotion in matbe
rnatios,drawing,and the English branches
of a high school course, aud instruction
and praotioe in the use of tools. The
tool instruction, an at present contem
plated, shall inolude carpentry, wood
turning, pattern making, iron dipping
and filing, forge work, brazing aud
soldering, the use of maohiue .-.hop tools,
And such other instruction of a similar
character as it may be deeuu-d advisable
to add to the foregoing from time to ti
The students will divide their working
hoars, as uearly as possible, equally be
meutal and manual exorcises.
They shall ba admittted, on examination,
not less thau 14 years of age, aud the
course shall oontiuue th
to
material
a
7*
HVLLi TAB'S PROU1SS.
It* MeetlnK
W I» o Smn*li«N T'i
111
<■1
'i
Aatoiia, Oregon, Judepende.nt tays :
e all fami
"Our citize
vester Le Gowritf, a native of F
has lived in Astoria for
Probably
much muscular p
treugtb. Iu wrestling he has th
number of professional wreavlerg iu San
Francisco, aud hl8 wonderful im
endnrance have surprised every
his exhibitions. Last winter,
a wager, be performed a remarkable
feat. T
ith riyl
e time,
this coast has
this giant of
of
ho
eat.ed tl
chairs, and L- Gowriff grasping the bot
baok round o' eaoh chair, lifted
hand
with
ach
!
the
iu a counter throe feet
Not long ago lie
his brags that be could break a
k with his fist, aLd a u
tlemen, anxious to see this done,
find a plank, but unsuccessfully,
produced three boards
and nailed th-ui together aud ;et the
up. Hylvester marc.ied up to the 1 >»!
aud let drive with his fi^t, and ths b
veral pieces. Ilis fist did
high
ed to
They
inch thick.
P'
d.
ere split in
of
s hi
ch
Wh
do uot k
the requisite
with a
that this wo iderfn
.'ientific Knowledge to cope
like Hml<
, but
e thing
e certain of, if ii- w
Hulliv
bio

, tli« grea' ch
world will be evicted from tir- world to
tbe next Hnllivae lias published iu
ery city he hat visited that he will give
hat will stand up to
d to
three minutes. Ls Gowriti has accepted
' he proposition.
TLe Northwest Newa thus d-pcrlbea tLe
: "John L. Hnlii
ived a - Astoria yesterday af.
the 3te
iptoo of the
11,0(10 to auy
i.i
f
rounds, ea«-h ro
pion,
ceived l«y on i
bition given at Occidental Ua'l war well
atteuded. Everybody
champion, aud
wautetl tu see L * O iwrifl s'at «1 up before
him. After some sparring between u
biuation, Le G.iwiiff
Hullivan, made their appearance. J.e
Gopriff, when he met Hullivan, exhibited
a look that showed he had lost hope of
being able to stand up tbe four
aud it was well Le did
thou doomed to disappointment Sulli
simply did a little light sparring hr
about 19 seconds, and then he t bre
bis left hand and hit L * Oowrifl a slap
the face that sounded like a m-eting be
en a fog horn aud and u pyliti a!
«•rator, knocking him down aud
piitely out of time. Tlie yells Bent up
at this feat were terrible."
rile -X
ted ton*
e tb
that, they
of
of
the
a
and
'
of tbe c
muds,
, for lie was
TJj
'RLE It PAT
Tin
tin
I «>041
It ml.
Body »*>
A specia to the 1
.Wi.JW.rn
dated at Bradford, Pa., Sunday says :
1 fatal atciie
oil lease on Rutherford
Ran, three miles from this city, this
afternoon. Jacob Dickey lias charge oi
'.he lease, and was agitating tbe well,
using fur the purpose au iron about 11
feet long. This t*
"A very singular
op
The
by
re
;
a rope
passing through a cr^wu pulley, the rod
dropping dowu tLe tubing till it reached
the sand rock. The rod agitated Ihe
u a strong
tl iw of gae, which blew rod h d rope out
of tbe well aud up into the derrick, in
its descent tlie point of tbe rod s in k
Mr. Dickey square
passed through his head toward he 1* ft,
came out at the occipital bone, pa-sed on
dowu throngh the left shoulder, through
the left lung, narrowly escaping the
heart, aud passed out below the last iib,
protruding several inches.
did not lose consciousnese
through the whole of it, agjd stood with
out ll inching the operation of pulling the
rod from bis body. He lived long euoagh
to give directions about his funeral. He
leaves a wife and two children."
well
effectively
to,, the h
says
a
"Tbe
him
and
will
a
tea
say
if
of
gave
Tbe oitizensof Ridley, Delaware county,
will ereot a public building.
The Democrats of Oxford Lave nomi
nated Thomas Hloan for burgess.
Tbe newspapers of Bucks county
about establishing a uniform
advertising.
tor
The body of Augustus Houck, who
drowned at Reading
been found at a late hour Saturday.
John T. Fox
read
read
Friday, had
arrested at bis home,
eight miles from Lancaster, on Haturday,
a telegram from Hpringfield, Ohio,
oharging him with forgeries.
Charms strike the sight, bnt merit wins
the soul.— Jbpe.
her.
Vertigo, hysterics, convulsion- all
disorders
Nerv
"This certifies." writes J ». D Christman of
Oswego, lnd.. "that Hamaritau Nervine curad
epileptic HU." At druggists, 11.50.
the
love
l.ct
cured hy Ham
il KICK AND THERE.
a col
lector is hunting for .--Commercial Adver
Always fonnd ont : The
A oharlty bawl—"Gimme ten oents ter
buy loaf
Bulletin.
To the ladieB : Marriage is ever a
mister y ; bat anything is better than
perpetual mlss-ery.— Lift.
Mother—"Now, Nellie, tell
this gentle
gentleman—that's pa."
Kate Shelly, the brave Iowa girl who
sd a railway train from destruction,
is being made the unbjeot for poet's songs.
She deser
Tribune
bread with ."—Commercial
who
la." Nellie--''That ain't
fate —Biamarck
a br
"Yta," said Mrs. Upperten, "I know
the telephone is a great convenience, bat
I shall h
A
it taken ont of the hi
dreadfully common,
The things
yon know ."—Boston Boat.
Ai
They do say that the pho'ograph of a
Colorado senator got mixed into a pack of
oards i
aud
everybody playing it for the Jack of
flpades .—Boat un Boat.
Papa—"According to this
dard, Minnie,
about four minutes, eh ?" Minnie (still
lu the market)—"Four minutes 1 Put It
back lots, papa. Nothing less than 10
years will do
at a game in Washington
't noticed lor eight hands,
stan
must set the clock back
r
auy good !"
at the close ol the wedding
breakfast. Due of the guests arose,
glass in hand, said: "I drink
health ot the brideg
mauy days like this ' - The inteutio
good, bat the bride looked
something had displeased her.— Danbury
It
tho
I
May he
11
Folks don't begin to realize tbo bard
's life. For
ships of a newspaper
iustance, think of the tongh fate of a
reporter «eut to report a sermon who has
iu keep his mind and
what the clergy
pretty girl iu the gallery has just lucked
dowu and winked at him —Boston Bust.
eutiou closely
is saying when a
A
Our able and well-informed contempo
rary, the Chicago News, has the following
paragraph : "Mr. Pa'.rlck K*i
m the oouu
which is N
paid the n.o* :
services,
small
part of Indiana,
—yew York Mail
b •
clerk ot Kiugj county, in
is I «at year
of $8o.l34 for his
Chicago, wh believe, is a
lomewhere in the northern
Oabkosh.
the way
il Hx/ueit
At a f .mb ion able r.-ception iu Washing
i tbe hostess, noticing a snspicious
oug the guests,
's attention to him, say
iug : "1 thought I had taken c
invite
looking oliarao:
directed her
esteru congressmen."
'l a western congressman,
explained the young
bave his boots blacked just before he
in."
"He
ther,"
him
i; "I
"What's become of Petty tog that neter
here?" asked a visitor of Gilpin at
Saturday night. "O ! he's
a western town, practicing
law." "How does he get aloug ? Is he
sucoesafol ?" ''Not very. He has never
a suit yet " "What! Not a suit l"
"No; that is, uot a whole
Ohio last fall aud a pair of boots
New York. Bnt that's
got "—Marathon Independent.
Little five-year-old Annie, who
suffering from a bad cold, went to pay a
visit to anutie. During the day sLe
cited her varions snooeBses at sobool,
ended by declaring that she could read a
i<>od deal better than Sabrina
eight ye
anutie, 'wouldn't it sound b
h else said it?" "Yea,"
Annie,
tbink it would ; I
the si
located i
. Ho won
a hat
be
!
old. "Well," questioned
ll
ith a »ober countenance, "I
h a bad cold 1
can't say i
very well."
"Ob, It was a terrible blow," said the
fellutv »bo had just been rejected, "aud I
feel astbougli I could not survive it Even
if I do not die, I shall pine away until I
become a liviug skeleton. A woman's
•ked my life !" "Oh,
don't talk that w»y," exclaimed his sym
pathizing friend, "tor if you do become a
skeleton you can get a paying position In
some dim« museum, and have the women
crazy about you into the bargain. Cbe.-r
up, old uiau ; cheer up !"—Lo nil Citizen.
The ruiaway hors-; didn't do $5 worth
of damage b-lore he was caught, but the
hoiie wife was at the window and
"here's a runaway
ith a French
d did about $300 Worth
effort to get to the wiudo
cosed either,
caprice has
screamed to him
horse," upset a table
clock
mischief iu
in time. He
It
didn't
iL-.iugh he scrape i t>
PUÎ11. And he told 1
confounded idiot to say anything about
the hi
ski
all off
ft. She
and she replied that iu vie
the way be acted she guos
i she was.—
Boston Bust.
A cultivated tante : "Uh, how glad I
, Mr. De Hquiute,".said Mies
he ushered Lim into the draw
. "Ido
etching 1 have. Isn't it lovely ?"
Ye-e e, it is lovely. W
represent ?"
. It is
"Ye-e s
y<
Frzjoy
oplulou of
er d.
it
"Why, oh, I forgot to toll
■rise on a minty morning "
It is positively charming, y
mist is to perf-ct that
at all." ''Oh, I
the Idea of the
. The
see the sunt is
k
so glad y<
a; prec
' "Yes,
am I; b
if I think I d o."—Har'iord Butt.
i
b!
ud
l'hyliis stands before lier
Antique maiden,
to
iu
to
Hindi of Imming.
Hiugcwig fri
•'Things
''Arc a
And ho s
Was tl
sings she softly.
nit«
:
j'
1 Hint
I wo
ks are like twi
silken hair
.'ctl knows the hue his u«.
cost far less
ideredou tin
tl.
let maddi
Tin
mey
:
But I'm 1
J.e
of
hr
be
a!
up
to «-hi
If he only would p
his millions
The Week.
said
Byrue
stolen ! I m- Hlit tii
t let I fixed up
be stolen. I took
stripped oft every bit of the cover, and
put Die frame back nicely in the
Then I left it alone in a oo
old
brela,
•f tbe bar
m. I saw tbe fellow wbo toi k i', a
o' a chap. U« went
raining. A lot of girl* were going
cd stopped to look
ed the
very
It w
by
him. Ue
while taking the
lie ha«l done tL&i
looking
Then he
w the skeleton above his
It's singular how quick a man
gi t out of sight iu
Osappcared in au instant ."—B
« use « tf the umbrella,
aud put up tbe frame
hen tlie girls roared,
looked up aud
bead.
ity
it,
city, lie bad
J bsl.
III
tlie door ?
11 V.
liai d..
P it
I tell yo
Ti
. Murphy—
: Tim —
for him.
u-'tr
d
:
oi
11
Ha-j
an' I,
î h
vtry
nsy to git
<1 lok * wj
• y re
•oiîi
Au
Tim «I«
f>
tl
1
uglit J
wl
I- •
L sur, 1 h
rod
Ihe
out
in
k
ft,
on
the
He
—Pitta
Behold
tb'
sig.
I
.very bachelor und modest maid
Who of love's darts has never been afraid.
Tbo pauo of every
And be
Hive twill adorn,
radiant
ch of pelf,
rpeakest only for thyself,
I .et each fond boat
Tho
tho c
rosy
, heart, that s
Aud
tell
thou lovcHt well,
thou ami thiuo
«vormoro her
ly V al un
; hat
A. Y. Morning Journal.
uv ini,
said Mr. Byrnes
going aloug when some
' Ob, it
monkey, "I
body dropped a silver ice pitcher from
a second story window. It struck just
Mjaarely upside di
my head. It's
Lad fallen first and knocked my
bat « tf aud the pitcher
like a bat aud with
my head
h force that
my head and reBted
hor
rent down
my shoulders. Uf course I
fiud my bead suddenly encased
rifled
in metal that way. I put up my bands
to lift tbe thing off, but It wouldn't
where to go and when
I yelled for help it made such a dreadful
noise inside the pitcher that it abo
drove
hold of
tor
Dn
I couldn't
mad. At last somebody got
to tbe polioe
oat off. But it
and took
aud tbe thiDg
t >ok them eight hours of filing to do it
aud I had to stand the darkness aud the
horrid sound of the file and what's worse,
duriug al! that time I oouldu't take a
driuk."— Boiton Boat.
ii
that the Zulu
h doubted hy
friends of the
of Dr. Bull s Cough
of
The latest i
Kiug has the croup; this n
notwithstanding.
A I l. ,i
fr«
nil
»
consequently knot
WITH HUSKY-UAUUUTY LIPS,OSKA
Walt Whitman.
With husky-haughty lips. O Sea!
Where day and night 1
thy surf
sh<
Imaging to my sense thy varied strange sag
gestions,
Thy tro
of whlte-m ineil racers racing
the goal.
Thy ample, smiling face, dash'd with the
sparkling dimples of the nun,
Thy liroodingf scowl aud murk—thy unloos'd
hurricanes,
Thy uusubdueduess, caprices, willfulness ;
, thy many
Great
tho
— ». lack from all
U]
(Naught but the greatest struggles, wrongs,
less
deieate, could make thoe grea
could make thee)
Thy lonely state—something thou over seek'
a d snek'sr, yet never gain 's t,
corely some light withheld—some voice, in
us rago, of tried«
I ■
hug,»
Home vast heart, like a planet's, chain'd
c' aflog in tbo-e breakers,
Hy lengthen'd swell, and spasm, and panting
breath,
Ami rhythmic rasping of
And serpe.
ÖÄ58
but
A pli in
The
The tale of
Thou rollest to a kl
In
;p
.f dt-t
Ai
e sky's deaf
daut
ippnrt for once.
i the night thy
and last
f«salon of th * globe,
ngfr
c elemental i:
indrod soul.
>er's Mag,
for March.
OPTIMISM.
light
Thau darkuecH in the world ;tnino eyes are quick
To catch tho first dim radiance of tho dawu,
And slowti note tho cloud that thrcatuuH storm
r
roformor ; for I
I».
h
Tbo fragrance aud tbo beauty of the
Delight
And tho
Stavs longer with
Ando
tho thorn,
cloar song
thau tho night hawk's cry
in this groat throe of pain callod life,
I lind a rapture, linked with each despair,
Well worth tho price of anguish.
ho, slight thought I give
nit music of tho lark'H
I detect
More good that evil in humanity.
Love lights
fires thau hate extinguishes,
grow butter as the world grows old.
Manhattan.
ANNIHU.ATION OF TROOPS.
A nOrrn rrenve of üonhlfHl üxUlenr«
ln Mllliary lllwtory .
the fortnightly He.vi
Forbes, tbe renowned English
spondeut, says :
the
I
Arohibald
oorre
"Thau 'annihilation'
favorite word with the
is
oritius of mai o
In a notice of a mimic battle
month iu the Loudon I\mei of the day 1
write these lines occurs this observation :
'The guns of tbe fleet would have anni
hilated Colonel Thompson's advauoe
the left aloug the seashore.' In truth it
is as hard a thing to 'annihilate' a Indy
ot troops as it is to kill a scandal. In a
literal sense there in scarcely a record of
such a catastrophe; if used iu a figurative
sense to signify a loss so great as to put
ihe force an 11 -ring it hors de oombat,there
ia anif.zing tußtimauy to the quantity of
annihilation good troops havn aou -pted
without auy snob hapless result. Here
four instaucss taken almost at
î The Coi-federates out of 68,000
men engaged at Gettysburg lost 18,000,
but Meade held bis hand from liilerfer
ing with their orderly retrea . Of that
battle the climax wai the assault of
Pickett's divisiou, the flower of Virginia,
against Webb's front of tbe left of Ce
tery Hill. Before tbe heroio Armitage
called
carried Gibbon's battery with a
rush, tbe division had met with a
variety of experience during its inile
and-a-Lalf advance over the smooth
ground up to the oreBt. 'When it first
into sight it bad been piled with
solid shot; then half way across it had
been vigorously shelled, aud tbe double
canisters had been reserved for its nearer
approach. An enfilading fire tore through
its ranks; the musketry blazsd forth
against it with deadly effect.' This Is
the evidence of an eye-witness on tbe
opposite Bide, who adds: 'But It
magnifim-utly.'
to cold steel and clubbed
after a desperate
strnggle, it went back foiled, to the
eompauimeuts which had marked its ad
vauoe. Bat, heavy as were its losses, it
not 'annihilated.' Pickett's dlvi
sion survived to be once aud again a
the Federal side before the final
day of fate came to It at Appomattox
court house. At Mars-ia-Tour, Alveu
iufautry divisions, numb
18,000
<8 and sham fights.
Ports
1
do
the
cold steel aud
Yee, it
th«
sieben
ing certainly
they had already lost heavily
Bpichereu Berg) aacrittoed within a few
of 7, (»00 during the long summer hours
while they stood unsupported ath
of tbe F
But
(for
il«
the oo
from Metz.
!*ou army retreating
they
being annihilated that 48 hours
lately
far
frot
later they made their prese
tbe afternoon of Gravelotte
Plevna, of the 28,000
Krudo»
it In, they took out
Une régi
felt
tlie July
ck
Hchahovnkoy
under 21,0(0.
latter's
whom
d
I
H of tbe
and lost 725 killed aud
uded—about 75 p-r cent, of its
number—y«t tbe Russian retire
hot disorderly ;
1 , 2 <
wli
it
d
"
the troops
resolute cohe
ailing what might befall them. Iu tbe
September attack on Plevna of 74,000
Russo Roumanian iufautry engaged the
reached 18,000 men. Hkob-leff
auded 18,000 m.-a, aud at the end
days' desperate fighting not
10,000 of these were left standing. Bnt
there was uo annihilation, either liter
ally
the te
of his
ud
emioualiy, if one may
ho had fought on
the 11th aud 12ih of September were ready
at tlie word t«» go iu again
aud how they marched ac
later if
rnilit ry history."
Tbe
iv
the 13th,
the Balkans
deru
e of tho marvels of
II»
»f (lie Flood.
sw Y or a at
IM
Oue of the shocking
a gr
<*B of the flood
yu.-d b-low Cnchrausville,
coffins had bsen unearthed
aud several bodies carried down the
. Hkullrt and I
d miugled with the driftwood and
debris of every deavriptiou. Out of IDO
kous-s in Coohransville, only three
left standing. TL« residents
naked, starving condition, being
tioally isolated
They made a rush
hen bread
uncovered
up
iu a
prac
from the world
for the boat,
banded out,
and, tearing tue loaves
ith gre-d and ravenous
a
and
fat dow
the
he
his
apart, ate
energy, eager to allay the terrible pangs
of starvation.
Wem«
and children
ef «ot, and
protected
from thn .sold liy tlwir ialii,o dress,.»
ly. Home of
tbeir
praying iu the little storm and
tl >od battered ohurch when the relief
welcome.
ki.e
bsl.
, and never
it
Justice of the Peace Frank aud Con
atable Struck of Columbia, Lancaster
county, wbo
« charged with conspiracy
defraud the county, aud with false
imprisonment, have been held to bail for
The oommittee of tue Norristown school
board appointed to inqui
charges against Prof. William J. Wells,
□elly whipping a soboior n
Willio Shanks, b
charges
into the
01

declared that the
not sustained.
The sixty fourth quarterly convention
of the Independent Order of Good Temp
lars of Chester
Kennett Lodge, No.
H«inare, Saturday. Addrei
held with
30, at Kennett
made
d thequ-Btion, "Resolved, thatspiritu
liqn
.ty
a great
mental aud physical condition of
people th
discussed.
t ir
tobacco,"
thorongbly
An I nrlviklleil Hair DrcNHlug.
Prodmiiig
«I cleanly app
alone had imp
if
«I it
Buknbtt'h Col
NK is
î best
andchoa]
Hair Dressing—kills darn
, allays irri
tation, and promutc« a vigoro
•1 hoa'thy
growth «>f tbe hair. No other c
P
duces those results
The superiority of Huknett'h Fi.
insists i
OBIKO
eir parfect purity and
great strength. Tuey are warranted free from
oils and acids which enter
E s
It's
my
the poisono
the compositi
fruit flavo
"!
y of
factitious
14
&
trade
g
MARK.
got
it
ÜJ
m
it
the
a
OINTMENT.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
THB PROOF: ONE TRIAL.
hy
the
Cores plies, ba
ringworm cullbi
, plinpl«-, b
it. A 'jyufia"^
it rheum,
t8j|buruM,
6<
. UULWIWAY A CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa,
Wholesale.)
4<rttm.
V'O TICK—NOTICE 18 11ERKBY GIVKN
AW THAT the anuual meeting
wine hundred Annotation
stolon
DaV? March
FEBUCAKTO, 1894.
H: a ..1)
the Kec very of
Detecilou of Thieves. wlll_be
hotel of Oliver H. » *rry
. 1894, at 8 o'clock, p
. «»BLOW, Mocretsry.
febl4-3tw|
TUB
KN
OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
THE
John H Par
town, New Castle county a
und» t e Arm name or Pai
JaulW-tf
N
ruierslitp lately nub luting between
benjaminT. Bigg» of Muld e
H. T. lUUUa.
18
NOndC.-Harlug bought the entire Interest
u the phosphate b
ienjamln T.Bu
»nuf.ii" n
Idtl le
ft er and Qlobe
I Will a
of fertiliser
hand*at all titn.... ...
■ every description.
JOHN H. i'AKVIM.
... Jau. ill. 1884. J.uzi Hu
»IDDLXTOWK,
J^OTICK.—DlfcHOLUTION.
co-part erstdD
Notice Is hereby glveu
In retofore
u John
it.i
lain Bane I oft.
ul
.1 II » J
LI.
J.u!l7itslm
WILMINGTON, Jan. 17. 1884
J^OTICK.
lNC'Ln..j_ ■■
.11 II I HON
It
aile at
8ep
I». 1883.
lorrlsou
. J. Car
h ram
ICH 1»,
too
»Ith«
■f
,„U. Cumin, Ä
!.. March, A. 1> ,1884,
id c
the
>t
I DAY
î or lie.,s
»PP»
the rls'ng of the
e third d;.y of Urn to
JOHN A. RODNEY
JanXJtts-i
r!4
N
OTICB,
ALLEN ai'EAKMAN
NCHANCKHY
■ N 1
John ni-kakua?
î
'der
thé î
a. D ,
i or Ileus alfect
•K Um Iu
luuel »peak
HpeaKiuan,
t, Bpaakn
. Kills H|
util, Mary A. Bpe
8 dpva
>1. »peakiiian,
pr-n
J bn
J sines'
île s
Iu tlie ntlU-e
isile county
in March,
Register In
,;lai. betör
N DAY
it
a
r ami
>lll£
of tho
KLBI
harry k
I.uks.
Jai
ts-uiar!4
Wantnl
$10,000
WANTED AT 6 PER
OK N T
origan« on
• 10 .
;iv™kÄ, w
Ye.
r.
ii> Event k î
Situations ÏEautefl.
YY ANTED.—A POSITION AS BLACK
1
'febl<L3iS
ior £aU
IjIOR SALK —A FARM OF 120 ACklfr,
A- .\ HAlt Delaware Cfiy. 'terms ea»y. «pply
to (jai mus-tt] \\ Il.nlAiM D. (,'LAUK.
F OR sale-a VALUABLE property
IN Nt.W ARK, DKL , couhIhUiik of u Ur««
dwelltiiK house of 14 rooms, with a Blu
5
idai «
Him»!! fri
fells at
N KLL,
Newark,
P >R BALK —CHESTNUT RAILS AND
POSTS. Apply to J. 8. IJIMCUK,
JanU3 Hu5
, Md.
«rili
Æorihnt.
P ÖR RENT.—THE ORIST MILL WITH
^ ( ALL Uie waterpower at Ksulklaml, with quite
o houses ana yar-ls. on
. rosoesslou Smo.,
Apply orad-ln
h. 1884.
Market street, Wllmtngto '.Del.
V
•111
Jan
F or bale or exchange
DKMIKaULK MILL l*K<H*KR'
-A VERY
city ha
UK 100 hoi
>u«h
feet
BHt pt
ie city.
ner wishing to
e city will ex
oil city
r partie
I« . \
ou, Del.
fehHuwsAw-tf
Wllm
w <5 eVER FAILS~> » Ä/AMIM. CllllYV.1
«EfivlKÉ
aœàfuüz'fî ri».
I M K S M C ( AW* Vßly Blood
W C n g E I Diseases, l) m * r
(cWqubbob;
, Ba Hin if
Htckn
,S. Vitus
Alcohol
d
its
UV.i/.
Brain W«.
Non
/rrc/nh
-, /;/.«,«/ No
Kill«»
Kidney Trôubl
"Snmnritftii N
di
fi
r
>. Mi l
ity, A In.
ih
1
"I feel it my «Inty I
T>r. D.
"It cured where pli
it."
l.tuiphlin. Cly.le, Kansas.
•inn- failed."
•I. A. Udlc, Ileavcr, Pn.
.
The^Ofüsb A P ° n<
At Dru
freely ni
1. • it 9
Med. Co.. St. Joseph, Mo.
'
on
itti
Agent, N. Y
A - GREAT-PROBLEM,
TAKE ALL THE
KIDNEY it LIVER
the
IDO
Medicines,
BLOOD
Purifiers
a
RHEUMATIC
Remedies.
dyspepsia
And Indigestion Cures.
AGUF, FEVER,
And Bilious Specifics.
BRAIN & NERVE
for
Force Revivers.
GREAT HEALTH
the
Restorers.

la short, take all the best qualities of all
these, and the beat qualities of all
the best medioines of the worid aud
will find that HOP BITTERS have the
I jst onrative qualities aud powers of «11
concentrated iu them, aud that they will
all of these, eiugly or
A thorough trial will
the
you
when any
ubiued, fail,
give positive proof of this.
ir
A POSITIVE CURE " 0 fja»««
KOK
if
_ Kor fifUeri
Catarrh s.!
■ L ", , ■iw.tfr
Wj'ARRH COLD*, I P
entirely
»ru I
.... thi»
«llKoane
irri
>«1
til
«l>*
my .hr
nt breath. My
L By
;
and
Ä oMKIy
'tit
fl App | yhy the
is. By al,-î
H ay- fever S"""'''
iu« healthy socretlonn. it aUayi
rptlc
the membra
«to, compte
;,n*
addition«
' ' I
Beneflc
by afev
gh tr
s. U. -
. A Kreuahl- to
by «truKRtoü». By ma
ELY '
C It KAM BALM OO., Owe
l. Y.
R.W.BÏRNIE
THE SAIL MAKER,
N.E.COR.FRONTIND MARKET STS.
la the pi«
ulngg, w
Repairing promptly a
fetra
canvas prlutlug.
tended to.
$Ri0ttlhitu0U9.
fri-é ÿ e
Y'O
Ä.VO
gTbe hiorit from (£l)jgtiuit to
Jfttarfcrt ®?t., 13H) to
Public Builftg,
^<. lFasbi onabir#
Staple giri? asm *
_ aub fbouse dfurni sbinnV
-i- e •b e-j- 9 'j^ejÿ e « .i- e .j. s .
in ÖS.
ris
3
I
IB
s
e Novell v of the season,
. „av. 85,00 eluded,without charge, a copy of I*
"Harden and Farm Topic*,»» a work of250 pagi-s. hand
bound In cloth, and containing a steel portrait of tho author. Tho price of the
11.60. Catalogue of "Everything for the Garden,»» giving details, froo
PETER HENDERSON & CO • 35 & 37 Cortlandt St.
well as all
select Seed*
llRIHl klll.l«. A.,.,,
Plant* to that v
s, thi
ogue, i
Ofl
their C
Hen
do
•s Now Book.
b lok
BASS * CO.'S PALE ALE,
UatnuoBS' Kxtrs Brown »tout, Cantrell A Cochran's (Huger Ale. i Kino imported Claret Wtne « -
Hnnnessy Branny, Apollinaris Water, Acme American Champagne an other
FIRST-CLASS LIQUORS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
TOU SALK AT THE LOWXST FIOUREH, *
Just renal veil a large.lnvolco or ADAM UOHMAND'8
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE GINGER ALE !
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•K ESSOR
SOUTH WEBT CORNER TENTH AND ORANGE 8TRKRT8, WILMINGTON, DRL
POTATOES !
FIFTEEN HUNDRED BUSHELS,
AT T11K
Lowest Wholesale Prices.
JOHN PYLE
Wholesale Commission House,
SECOND AND ORANGE STREETS
WILMINGTON, DEL.
pr»m
JAMES H. BEGGS.
JOHN P. ALLMOND.
JAMES H. BEGGS & CO.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
TERRA G OTTA & OENAHSENTAL
BRICK WORKS.
RUILDING RRICK OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Annual capacity of building brick, 15,000,000. Yardn on
Vandever avenue and Claymont street, Wil., Del.
OFFICE, No. 10 W. EIGHTH STREET.
*®-8end for catalogue.
i'ubUr £alt»
XT'XKCUTOR'B bale
Ili OK
HOUSEHOLD St KITCHEN FURNITURE
"
8
Of Kll/.aliet
THURSDAY, Keb. 28th, 1884,*' 8.30o'clock,».iu.
•Itage
a
JOSKl'
DRAKE A LO., AUQtlo
•18,20,1
A DMINISTRATRfX HALE
keai/kstate.
iiuty,
MS
*f
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ill
vx
'Kli
«y
Oi'
•Kilt»*
x*J lull.»
»KI4
JMRKMl'TORY.
£>UhhlUHALK
FOUR TV* U-STURY
BRICK DWELLINGS,
I'KKb.M l'TORY.
ON SATURDAY, F KB. 23n, lh,s4,

ily
jiy
.eilig.
Ceu'ral
fjblii
Agent ■
HOLD MEDAL, PARI8, 1878.
BAKERS
Jd.
ed
dutrl,,
Cot
fr
tv 1 1 i•-1 1
moved. Itl,
Uhl
Uth of <'.
i mixed
Sugar,
\
•fo:
cal. It
.diel«
tolling,
ri«
•«wily digCHted, and
■d fur
• i 'ff
lids 113
well an for per
»Uh.
Sold by ( Irorer w « very«lu re.
r . BAKER 8 CO. (lnrntifistnr. Hass
'S
INDIAN VEGETABLE
PILLS ,
Care Headache, Conatlpc
Fever,
»«1 ull llllioua Complain ta»
ALL DHUUUISm PRfOE *C CENTS,
BOX.
&. FKEHETT, AoE*rr.
372 Pearl Street, N.Y.
Peery's DEAD SHOT Vermifuge
A SURB CUBE FOR
In tho Human Body.
M. Ji'ElUlKT"
i Conta a Bottle
rl HU. N.Y.
U72 l»e»
13 EARLY CLUSTER
QTS. t NEW BLACKBERRY
i«r ar, . . rt ROM -
V
:'"BS
KiSingle Hill
Earliest Large Berry
'«VlX
J.
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