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Thm Pnmp-Hamtln Pro«««« •ary and DUf»gr«e»bl« One. If any one who is at all curious in tho matter of statistics will be g., 0 d enough to try and calculate the her of people who meet each oilier svory day in London alone, to say nothing of tho provinces, or In fact, of any othor placo oitlior in or out of England, ami of whom quite tw thirds, we think we may positively sert, "shake hands'' when they do meet. Hie numbers would probably a]> pear absolutely inciedible, and yet moro extraordinary still it would .«com that out of these many millions of are absolutely similar. Why do wo shako hands? N ono appears to know. It docs not mean much, if any thing. Who has not suffered from the strong and 1,early grasp of. let us fondly hope, ardent friendship, when our perhaps wringed hand is wrung with tho fervor of enthusiastic gushingness or affection by some juvinl Hercules in dogskins, who forgets ho times goes near to smashing the fi ag ile and confiding fingers rashly for tho momont placed at his mercy. Why aro wo thus competed to suffer from our friends? Who lias not suffered from the man who, when you meet him, holds your hand ns if it were n pump-handle for ton minutes and will not let goP Who has not suffered from that othor who w ill not hold on at all, hut allows you (o do tho shak ing process for him? Who docs not know the man who simply seizes your hand to throw it violently away from him in apparent fury? Who does not fear the sort of spasmodic hand-shaker who pnshos you backward and for ward to him and away from him, as il ho were sawing you perpendicularly through? Who does not try to shun the man who works your arm around as if you were a barrel organ? Wlm is unacquainted with the man with the clammy hand who, as a rule, will not wear gloves? Why must we shake hands with him? DiiRenti. urn ' »0 hand-shakers no two 11 Yet we all do it; we dislike it; we dislike it very much, even; he sees we dislike it, that it is positively distaste ful to us; yet, meet him to-morrow, and out comes his hand once more to engulf your own, and make you wish you had gone wherever you were going by another route. To sit down calmly to write of "shaking enormous an undertaking that would requiro almost throo volumes wherein to express all there is to be said on this subject When one thinks that not only every country in tho world, but nearly every county in that country has some special and dis tinguished method of salutation ou meeting friends and acquaintances, it seems absurd even to attempt it We are credibly informed that handshak ing, which is supposed to be a proof of friendly feeling, first came into fashion in the time of Henry II. Up to that time our ancestors were more affectionate in their greetings than we, their colder-natured descend ants, embracing amt kissing each other much in the same fashion as our neighbors on tho other side of tho ; Channel and in Italy are accustomed to do at the present moment. The j historian who is pleased to date tho I commencement of hand-shaking in place of osculation and embracing about Henry IL's time is. perhaps, in s it is more probable the close \ some bands" is sc error, i embrace of acquaintances began tc ! bo discontinued later on, perhaps when tobacco was first introduced into 1 this country. This certainly seems n | probable surmise, as oven in our pres- ! ont year of gr;»«ce a man who has been ! smoking a cheap cigar or a rank pipe ; is certainly not the most ein braceablo i object in tho world; and only think | what tho tobacco of Raleigh's time must have been like! However, whether Henry II did or did not begin the fashion of "shaking hands," it is now rapidly becoming overdone in England. The fine "flour des pois," tlie "eremo do la creme," the quite too-too peoplo do not indulge in this practice as much as tho upper aiid lower middlo-cliis-es, for there cvrry one shakes hands with every one on entering and leaving a room, on meeting in the street, and on say* ing "good morning," "good night" or "good-bye." It is a wonder we En glish have not transplanted this irri tating and glove-split ting habit over tho world. Certainly in some parts of India they «hake hands us we do. but it Is by no means universal, thouglw to please tM, be H understood, foreigners of all degrees, from the Duke to the dustman, try to ingratiate themselves with us English people by shaking our hands Immoderately whenever they get a chance. —London Queen . Authentic Informetion. L:indl»dy (to Attic floor, back, a newspaper humorist)—Will you have Another pieeo of tlie liver, Mr. Burr. Mr. Burr—No more, tlmnks. Landlady— Mr. Burr, 1 see so much In the newspapers about chestnuts. Please tell me wliat s chestnut is? Mr. Burr—A chestnut, Mrs. Hen dricks, Is any thiup that has been re peated so often that it becomes aped and stnlo— er. liver for Instnnco. —N. Nun. —Tho Iohtucknoo river, in Florins, Is said to bo remarkably rich In mas todon remains. In no the glob) aro they so numerous, loss than »ix skeletons have been found within the space of t'vo miles, uuiong thorn one nt thelarpest known — '«ßotip or fish, sir?" askod tho waiter. "Neither,'' replied the guest. ••That was a superficial question, wasn't ll?" said the guest's friend.-' PA 'add »hin Tunet thor spot on Not MEXICAN SWINDLER 8 . Nor« Elegxnt and Much Rhr.wiler Than til« Tank«« Uliaip«r. An English gentleman was strolling through one of the portale« where con gregate little trader« in certain varie ties of merchandise, such a« old books, candy, etc. Owing to tho crowds that throng them, these arcades are favorite resorts for people who live by their wits and light finger«, sion in question, the Englishman was suddenly seix d by the arms by two men. who came up on either side of him. while a third calmly divested him of a handsome cloak which he wore ill tho Spanish fashion. His two supporters hand« at the O.i tho occa on the right and left same moment inti mated that it might not bo per fectly convenient or safe for him to make an outcry or call attention to his loss; and, partly through intimi dation, partly through surprise, he did keep silence. The three walked on in more or less sweet accord, and shortly were joined by the third rob ber, who announced to his comrades, with every semblance of satisfaction: "It is done." Then ho handed the Englishman a pawn-ticket, remarking: "Senor, you will, I am sure, pardon the inconvenience we have caused you by the temporary absence of your caps. To be perfectly frank, we three had need—the most urgent need, I beg to assure you—of $30, and to ob tain it we have taken the liberty tc borrow your cloak, feeling that you would be glad lo oblige us in so small a matter, and fearing you might not have tho ready money with you. You will find tho garment in pawn at the address indicated on this card, presentation of which and tho pay ment of $30. it will bo delivered to you unimpaired. You will observe that wo have manifested the utmost consideration for you in this matter; we have saved you $70. The cloak is a handsome cloak, and wo could have obtained for it easily 100 good hard pesos; but we aro men of the strictest sense of honor, and wo have pawned it for only the exact amount of our absolute need. Sonor, a thousand thanks. Wo have the honor to wish you a good day." And the English njan was left alone, uncertain even as to which side the marauders had turned, Half an hour later that lepero pre sen ted himself before the Judge's wife with a tine, fat turkey. "Sonora," I he said, "your husband, the honored judge, sends you this turkey for gal cr's family to dine to \ he is sorry be has forgotten it so often. asks you to send by me his watch, which is in the drawer of the t he A noted jud^o in Mexico one day stood in a portal talking with a friend, to whom lie said: "Forgot that turkey again! For more than a week I have every day promised my wife to go to the volador and buy her a fat turkey to make galantina (deviled fowl), that she may invite her brother's family to dinner. And as regularly as the day comes I forget it. By the way, 1 may have time yet before court opens." And he put his hand to his wat('h jKH'keL 'Of course," ho said, "I've forgotten my watch, too. Left it in the light stand drawer, whore I always keep it at night. Well, my memory certainly grows poorer every day." The palace clock striking showed it to be almost? court time, and the judge went on to his duty. A shabby fellow standing near the two friends mean while had lost no word they had spoken. until)a, that you may ask your broth And irow. ! And he 1 light stand, | of nights.' 1 ! Toyed to the larder, and the ! w as handed over. This interesting ; littlo incident was brought to light in i the natural course of events when tho where ho always puls it Tho turkey was eon •atch | judge returned and sought for his watch. The rage and mortification of his wife is not to bo pictured. Tho watch was not to bo restored, how ever, by lamentation, and matters rc Binned tlieir accustomed order. Tho subject rankled, however, tho mind of lier ladyship, and great w T as her icjoicing when the next morning she was sum inoned to receive a spruco young f«'l low, with tlie appearance of a law yer's clerk, who notified her that tho Wiutcii was recovered and the thief tip pyehended. ' And," ho added, "to complete his identification as the man whom the huckster sold the turkey, wo liave but to produce it in court that tho woman may »swear toit, More than delighted, the lad}' pro ducod the turkey, with many i juno t ion s to have it returned seasonably for its intricate dressing. But alas and alack »-day! I he guests asseiu bled; the dinner steamed in the kiteh on. No nieisengor; no turkey. And the confiding housewife realized only when her husband appeared and the state of affairs transpired that tho toothsome turkey had gone to regale tho adroit appropriators of the time piece.— San Francisco Chronicle. in —Boston recently received from Africa the largest gorilla ever lauded this country. His name Is Jack, and lie is five feet in height when standing creel, and monsuros seven foot from the oml of ono outstretched hand to tho other. Ho weighs about 125 pounds, and exhibits enormous stronglli, compared with which that of' man soems nrrlvod in a large b >x made of plank ing two and a half inches thick, aud when being removed from tho ship lie toro large splinters from tho hard wood planks with as much ease as a child would break a twig. —Astronomy is tho latest craze among French ladies, of thou, would look at the moon if (hero wasn't a man in UP—J'e*«s Silting). 111 like a child's. Ha But how many CONVINCING GUARANTEES. Ju«tJfl«<l by a World-Wids * Expariemo. 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Most peoplo do not believe their kidneys aro out of order because thoy never give them any pain. Jt is a peculiarity of kidney disease that it may long exist without the of the practitioner. It may bo suspected if there is any gradual departure from ordinary health, which de parture increases as age comes on. Third. —We do not cure every known dis ease from one bottle. This is an imposai- ; bility. Fourth.— Warner's 8afo Remedies have been recognized by tho doctors and the peo ple all over tho globo as sLanlai ds of the highest excellence. Fifth .—We make the following unqualified We have proof k ledge of the p guarantees : Guarantees 1.—That Warner's Safe Remedies are pure and harmless. Guarantee 2 .—That the testimonials used by us are genuine, and so far as we know, absolutely true. Wo will forfeit 15,000 for proof to the contrary. Guarantee 3.— Warner's Safe Remedies •ed many millions of people whom the doctors have pronounced incurable. 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This circumstance probably did not attract so much atten tion as it w thing but ! no moro thi pois) to its credit. A horse graze State street r the Watertowi A cc it« Id had the goose been anv exiled tailor's goose, with twenty pounds (avoirdu It is a little funny, isn't it that draught cold, cures a cold und pays tho doctor's bill?— Philadelphia Call. causes d cough when Hale* Don't Wheezo Honey of Horehound anil Tar will cure. Fine's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. An auctioneer can not expect to have his •ay. He must follow the bidding of another.— Siftings. If hjiriictcd with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eye Water.Druggists sell it,35c. A boï who was kept after school for bad orthography said he was soeU*boun4 ow For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. 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Medical Association, Buffalo. N. Y ti •prompt- «W ently i Fiirffftlive p. :te ta. liai jh ifty of «L' art)' ■ ••**« I -a . uj tb# iai. Manilla . » in r / it Dr. sat. fi fa It«< Chronic they «nnuirl « «1 ^ naß! Uatarri, # SYTIFTOTiS Ol' C A TA It It If winch heavy head»« /»ti passages, discharges lain the throat, gum« tin: and acrid, ut others, thick «1 pi e trm •S I :hc purulent, bloody weak, watery, and inflamed: tb« in the ei n«l •:.g deafness, hacking the throat, espcctorati .attor, together with scabs ! role© is changed and has a n breath is offen» paired; there is C)r 5 :i ■ gen wit ton ol d s with , a hacking cough a. enUü depress!« eral debility. Only a f< w of tfie al-ov« symptoms are likely Uj be \ case. Thousands of «-a#*'» manifesting half of the al suit i No disease dangerous, B>' It« mi Dr. s Catarrh Remedy cures cases of Catarrh. "ro»«f in tin Coryza, and Catarrhal llcadi • bold ty druggists •d luallj id hi tl ption, and •dc and derpt>a-«l by pi h Iiing, and henh Id ' Tit il ,.d," cry where; Uj I ntold Agon) from Catarrh." Prof. W. Haubnkr, th< fair,« of Ithaca, N. Y., w I suffered nt r.3f.. rire« : *' old ag'Riy f •..".'»ad My family physi«' •rh. .1 I «t di* ry da;., t.. ■ rntil«'. and raa Id W'C ct. In »peak al ;• ng 1 clearing < l : :•. .By th< : my •f Dr. »nths. I w.;-. lmost strangle Catarrh K»*m«.-dy, in th ? hue r man, and tl. king and Spitting.** 'Constantly Ha i /v .1 ID * Thom M J, Î fr« ny hi' - V./ i " ; •1 spitting, l brr ; th y Dr •d II. v, 1 w K« niedy. 1 1 y f' , to l»e tlv I hn «1 o inufac fair trial a I* ieo ast exp lent cu « niarrli Throe Boulon Ci r. a. F.li Kobrins, Flunw JM., says: " My daughter bad cut.: 1 plie was five years "Id. very ba«11 bages Catarrh Kcm.-dy advert cured a b«ittlo for hcr, and s hcltM-d b**r ; a Uurd bottle c i'lKbtet it * P' cure. 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