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Thanks the Earthquake.
A Savannah special to the New York
Times says : That a strange incident of
last week's earthquake sdhok Is the are
covery of the power of speech by Miss
Mamie Martun, daughter of a retired of
fleer of the regular army. At the lose
of he war her father was put to harge
so Forts Pulaski and Jackoea below this
eity. While at the former frt, the
dsaghter, them a bright, latelliget
child bad a attack of menlagitis which
let her voiceless. The best medical
skill was obtained and the father took
his alited ehild tralveg, but nothing
did her any gad. She was damb, bt
bad all the other seses. During the
excitement of the Art earthquake shock
last Tuesday night, sbhe i her fright t
tempted to ell her brother. H was
frightelned hmlla when be heard her
whleper his m. Sine tha she has
gradually reained her veo.e and new
talks with pAriet auemy. she says o
was almost delirious with joy whm she
fouad that she ould speak. Her viaes
was low sad her threat sn for throe
days and she had tremble In Sadiag
wordse to express her thouaghts. It was
muee be learning a anew teage xept
that she knew the wems. but had fo
gotte hbow to prenene them. City
physatelas are deeply laterrted in the
ase. Thelrrplnastlem is that the e
eovery was due to intase moetal xlt
/ Beeron ce at 5 aests a glass a
Brave Act of a nFlaan.
As a train dashed Into Lowell Man., a
Friday a small child wae s by th
flagman, William Lawler, steadg
the middle of the trek with his sek to
the approaching eagine. He sprang to
bfrot o the tain and seeeed in res
ulag the child. In the perbrmea
of the brave ast Lawler himeelt wos
struek by the eweateher of the beal
tve sand hrtd several feet agatut a
fene berdering the track. l majrlu
though sree will probably ase prve
fataL The rese boy was deatf a
Repelling a Sioux Outbreak.
A aumber of years ago a Dakota st
tier who sad receotly come from Mie- I
soar, wet Ina hastily formed company
to help repel a 81oux outbrek. After a
few weeksa neighbor, who had also goe
returned d informed the ma's wife I
that her husbead was dead.
Was he killeddaring a ght with the
Indians? asked the womea.
There was a little skirmlsh going an
We had retrstsd to ea se d ra
vine and the nladias were on the other.
le ventured down into the open spe I
and was killed.
Do you mesa to tell me that John
crawled oat good cover right down
where the Indian eld see him?
I can't believe it sir. He knew more
about Indian ghting tha that. I don't
believe he would ri his own life that
way even If be knew be eel kill an In
Oh he didn't reep out to kill -
What was it theU.
Why, when we retreated somebody
dropped a bottle owbiskey ln the bottm
of the raine sad he went buk to get it
before the ladisas did.
How large was the bottle?
It was a quart batle ged d whis
key, and hego mast of it drank be
fsre the indianss suceeded Ia hittgr
Well I believe ~oe ae . John was
an excellent Judge d wlshkey ad would
make almost say aseeMe t oge t L
W Beer on lee at eat a rlas at
Born withou yes.
There s a bey Il Dower, $e., burn
withoat easrer eels. Thu ist" o
thee ar rbsh sh pya s oeuh a be
aseesdis s all an ee i as s is sa h
a the esek. The 6Wb ; is 4 asts ao
Sand his uname o .eSumls Mis
parmest hav, rastedly fid sd us
to have thseehId e bite as a eariety.
The Ird' mother is very seer htd.-
Aeeoding to Vorhw ees th a
tse a the streassge lnria -te I
year f a new *s~ 11U11.t r
-aw msteer ns aglia ge
dualljy dlappeas as m begln to get
mad atthe uo mes my, a sa e is
emlnast that old Dumeoaas will -o
up to the sratek by simas day.
Dear rye: I haewow t is myself,
s aa sehaage remarks thes r ias
necesasity for our gewarament to eater
nto stly -am with hUepsap
pwsr In tUrning out esem war
la the worli, andt beglis to Iek as if
we seap$ them. The swo o tes
treelds ahet'lsd y resenat a d
Coesgres are to haw av s peed greter an
thatd any a glls war veasel new
dhst. _ _ _
It taks %, 000 tesa at paper sane
aiy to apply the werld.
The Farmerb Congre a held sew day
go at St. Paul, Mila., pasl reoldu
Slo approving the oleomargale law
-t by the las seon otOogrern and
ecommendin its enforcement. Same
aw the trmers every where, act nad
rest, refuse to be humbugged by the
mid advocate wages grae I ter,
rhkh commeneed by oppolas the bi
a n injury to coaamea who t was
asmed ought to enaoy the privege o
mylag the begs artlcle at the price f
he geune. Palling to defea t ste aIl
es paid newspper ergum f the
eemrgariee ring are new tryingl to
marinee the fame tha the. law will
aour tbemand ought not to beetorced
ta ret in spite i all the eortes t the
renal leomargarie pres mts a altary
rmere of allt bread land has yet
_presed any dlateatettlio with the
estional law pased for the protetion o
oast dairy ad the general pubie.
Notice to the Public.
The tiekete ied to aorbers the
It. John Plastatlem, marbke a"t tnrm
brae," will onaly be eshed at the end a
tn ech moath, to the Maltes to whom
they are Imed. The pauble ae noti
ed not to aegotiate for aid tickets.
o. W. Tbomas.
t. Martlvsllle. Sew. Ilth. 1.
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from 8 am. to p. .
gw Beer! beer! beer at
5 cts a glass at B. Audibert's.
ComImte T d -Osagretal
Lab Charl4 a, lAug. s 3L
sy virtes et usediy rese la is ar
chyvai r f e al esases a muet
Smutet the 3 se Nasevesal
lCam si.e loee.. is hmpea 4
g hee a Demseeatie C0mllemb
hereby ralned to emene to the towa of
Rsaa aSt l ary hP , I.e.N
Saturday September 25 i886.
at 11 iseek A. , fr h em I
namlssaut a Demerbtle eanits to
reprues the Third Cagerleea l
tr~sdo Lo.udim lathe Fl1rIe (1O)l
Cosrem of the UtBsdeS eet iAmiiLa.
Repremates In sse m Mto be1e
same as la the Congresiled Qeu -le
The Chormum ot s Demsmlesis a
eniw omms tee ai the I ,men par
rshes eemprimsg te Third Cnpsee,
dDa Dtrie, will the ts 1neem
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