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REN EX JI7DIMN8.
Tie world ts wowing hotter Every yirnrj It tlirowa off many a fi tter Every enr Then nrfl imiriv tliln r to relish, 'I Iio ikIi the mi .'tent tlilnj1 mint purlin, Hut tho buuutilul wo dicrl.li j: vi-ry wir, Many change liave come o'er in ' Every jor Many frlenili liuva none Ijelme in Eiei v jear Tlirmil'll tniliiy H i-tnnr"' niiitiill'HI Wo lime n-u'.-lui'lu liijii-rstii'i"'' Every year. Welmvn Imd ourslfi;tit vexnt''J , Anilp:eiiHliiifiulill:itl')" ;v(,ly yt.ttrJ Tliern iiro vinl'ins t rememljer ot fl'iwi i t In sert'Miii'er And C'lirlsliiiiiii i 1"'c't'"ll"'rj v(.1.J, , p.ir Tlio mm ililnei now a bristly i:.. rv year, And tlio inowfluki (all us UM'.lv Every year; An In d-iia Wlieil WO were VOIHler, i nil tlMi'Mmm iipii'iiiin'l mil' li 1'ntirr ToOlirllOUltH, Will 'll llM'll I' ll HllliliIT, Every year. Afllli tlnni have not alirnii'l"! Every y:irt And tioiiMen liuve not i-loii'l'M Eviy V'1"' Cut hope 1 1 in wlioln 1 1 cil nl-'l . While Hi" t'lrne r wore r cn nuil, And lli laltor ull bunnouiiLe'l Ecry year. Our wettUnesn Ii more tr-ln l, ,-i y ; ...il . And tho day mors awlflly Utilise yearj fwr fa'ilte lirltiic deen coiiliiliuu, Oiir nrrm h nilitioiililoii, Elll'TIUIII U in ll llitlnll Every yiiiu. Tlit end of llfoeomn nearer Every year; The Irlend left lioeomo ileun r Every ycar Anil (he "i.'iml of nil IIiiiI'h mm ml" Opena wiiIitxIIII Ha p'nnil To Hi o luud ol the liumorial Evory year. And tlilnner urnws the curtain Every j iar ; That ill vide tin from the eeitnin Every yeiir) We look lirwiird to the morrow Whieli Hi i si 1 1 eliwi nil uithly mn nov Willi llii-i-iiimli -ss llopeeim leo io v E V el V '-III'. inZiuM ll'til. in Taunton (Mutt.) (,'i r.'lc Tlio Fall Scastiii. i-lnilj.'ili;' ill! Tlic "fall of llin lo.'if" ii ill'' so ison i if 'lo t li Itiiil iloi av. 'Hid irm-'O'iiin riilnr- in; of tin- leiiMfH itml Hi' Jiitm nl III ! lower W 'eltit on, HI' h'rjnilirutiw ot tins. It i-i llm ri 'li: H H I Wt". Il pIVlV'll'S ill! liy lll.lt lf.illllre, lllll : tu-.iol tinls wli'.i li -: lii t! e tvi ols ami j tin; shriililiitry; iiml ll.tt lu'iwK wh .i ll , lea-eH the i!', is imlliiir li-s. tliaii llm j I'lili'i'ili:: llilii hub's llii! tin ll'-:i:i't. it inl ; tiiittliiili'-nliH! ! u i ii i nf lie' Minim -r s ; Vl'f'lll'l!. Tlio full K'nuoii. Willi l'i , 'h inu u'o'alion, it.-i ihniini an I f"?s tiixl ilr n;,' iiioi-liM-.' iiml ils miuMi ii i'Iiiiii1'-"'. itoiin llial I'al's lors i;il euro itml ht an ion. I h-eav ami ileaili re- )iroiii o 1 l.i'iii ii'l v i'-i. ami lIuTi! in ii"l!i- I iii mo lini'ifiil In lite .'is iliM'l iiiailcr. 1 ro ii ii inv .iii'ien 1 1 on etfiy lirei'i' i ri'iin li ' li j !"ji I n-i i (!- m isi I i, ii in ! living iiiallei' :i 1 1 1 liti i-n in iiiiiinil liie; i un I i iili!.-. :ii ii -i inn laki ii In foi l fv ; otiln'Kes tt;:aii-t tlio-it iiilliliin'os. n j tilt! in roiisl.tut ilatlt r. j Tlieii' tit'1 ll fi'W hiltlili! ilirei tiolH 1 w!i i Ii tiiitil ho ii l"iil- iV"ii ju.l now thai inav. if note. I mi'l lo.loweil, -n- j vent MT.oiH il'siipleis; nli'l liisl-lie- i r-,ui'.i tin! most ilaiicroiiH tlio ilrinlv- I in;; untor ua!!i lor llm iiimt wrum I III nijlit. I hi wo ever lliinl; ol lint lie- j i-.nti.-s of He' in. r'tl'h "f iu-'" N tin! ( lime ili! il now iiife-leil aliuo-t. i'ei-y ; Ii; .f, ami I hut with all tliu liltli Un')' : liaii! p-iiiiii"'il, lian) fiil'eti In lii" vj'-ntiii'l iumI 1 1 : i v i ilieil ami il ap eai ei, i iiml of all Hie ilesiil. I'ollimr inatti't- tin- I ief unr feei i-vel't w lie: e'.' It it ill : im. tci' i.slI'I il v.iill eil ILOil rll!'':eil in'O ' tin! Ntiviun. ihiiiiIh nil. I spr iio-i an I fiinn all tin". ! tvu iliiti' tly r iti'liii i ll.v Jii'o.'tii'ti our supply ol ilr.n'.. It in li;ir l y Male to iim) any wali f, rvrii fioiu I lie (ieepo.t tvells, li(!iiil-'i! tlieiit nil! all llliile or les; i'illlltei liy Hllfll'M! H liter at llm season, willioiiL Imilin il;:ill l N ii 'i:il earn slionl'l In! taken turaiiist ilrinli ii'i tuiv water llial lias not lieen tliorotilily ho leil. It isjustnoivtli.il fevers, fol'i Is, son! tlnoati i.ii'l intestinal ili-orilers I oiii! fri -1 1 in ti I . iitnl ti very liltle jiri'Veiitiiin mai Im nioi'u useful than tk very lar,.rr aiiiount of cuii!. i lie elosest ti'leillioii sltotilil ! ;iviiu to tip! health. 1 he feel Hhottlil I n I. ilr, iiml w;u in ami n rhill to the I bu eurefiillv iruai ileil lurninst. 'lhe per- Hiital.ou ilifow off milcli of whalover niiili'ii!siini( uiiitier mtiy Im taken into, or itoilneeil in. llm s sli-iir, itml a hihI (eu sUiiiao of il Ihtow-i haek nil this into llm eiri'ulatioti iiml poisons tin) lilo l wilh il. The result tuav he what we i t il a eoM; or il may lie inoii! so rioiis mill tippe ir as a feter, or pin'ti tiiniiia or ilipllnriii; ami till of thesu iliiler I'hielly in ileree ami loeation. mi l not ho niin h in rharaeter; for tint former iipiv i-asily oliiiiin into tho hitler. 'Jin' iloi'tor is not always at liaml. ati l w cvnry person slitnihl lie as luin li us pov.,i,lii hit iiun ami his taut ill 's iloelor, so far as the piiiveiilion of hick li!-s is coniteineil. I'reciiuliiins ami poii.l ntir.iini; save inure lives than ttieil ieines. A simph' euolin lasalive, a warm ha'h. a siniuln swcaiiii',' ih ink o jjrni'l tiiul wrapjiiinj in u hlnnkel ami Ho no; to lieil. wi 1 Ireiptetulv wunl olV a oiiotis illneHs tin 1 avert the ilati'er Im foro the iloitor can bo reu heil. Ami to uso tUesi!, no onn neiid to wait for tlio iloet r' otilers. So thiit, to sum up. it may lio itv.niateil that at this Hea aon it is vory safn to Im extremely pnr- tieuiaf in icanl In tlrinknivr water; to tr. onl ilamp or wel met or rlothin;: to tivoiil Kellni"; healeil ami llicii chill liy ciniliiiir; to eat in nlera'ulv ami at the first intimation of anythln',' wroiij, to use the sitnolil reineilies poiuleil out, tin I tltoti suuil for !hu iloetoi', Itural A t id Yurkir. Taken Cure Of. r.et oliarlty begin at home, Iiut not may there toruver, Shu was vory sick ; o nick that llfo unit hopo fcetno'l to ilrift away tooth pr, ami no poor that tliero wer no in iliieeineiits for hor lo live, and m hIio lay thuro day after day with a little wailing hftho on httr arm, and only ft "trimmer to brin( her bite or sup, sho wondei eil why she could not dio and 0 be otil of her misery. Sho had no past to rcjvTot or to look upon with pleasure She had no future to promise her health. All 'he was conse.ious of was a dull aeh hill of all the forces of life and a weary emleavor to jjiit help for her perishing hiliv, tho only thiiijr sho Iiml in the world to lovo since her husband had died in lh hospital a few weeks previ ous, 'rimy had always been poor but never tick ft'id dustilul'i before. Ilitl Home irood people, however, bad the cast! under consideration ami were joiusr to do Moiimthiir for her in soon as it tvuild be determined whether nhe belonged to the eilV uT county poor. I'here were iim)'! ladies who met once a month In brocades and velvet, and talked of her as a "person," and won dered if she were (!cerviiir, and finally I hey decided to help her by taking her baby from Iterand sendin;; il lo a found liii;; a-yluin until hhu could rret well and .support ii. They thought as Mr. Dombey did, she miht Ret WH t.-iity ciiourh'if she won d just make an effort, A committee of two went in a carriage to l lie house whole hIih Jived, and ;rop in; their way in.'t llin winlicrwoniiitrs room and the ho'i-e cleaner's room they weni carefully 'in the totteiinj; aiait's and foiiinl her dair and opened it. I don't thiuV either of tho Indies would have isacrlliccd a diamond rin to make her ColilforlAbic, but they would have bejrjred for her up ono side of th ! stieet and down the other and told her what to do wilh the money now chu had i', and hciiI her a ulitmlder h-iwl tui'l soiiie unbleached cotton, and Ihcir Mvisiiit'ii heart were troubled by llm sipi.ilor of the place and the pals pinched failures of tho woman lyin;;oa the mis. -i able bed, but they rallied to their work. " The Mieiely for helping the helpless has considered your case," said tho iipoko-wom.in, "and havo decided ti assist, you. Wo will take your baby and i-co that il is provided for at the ot phan's relreal, until you are able to do somethitiif. The ladies have been very kind in interest in;? themselves." St 'ati'elv enoujrh she did not riso up to thank tiiiHii, Hhe only turned away her head with a mortal weariness. ' And we will take the child with in in our carriage -it will be a great relief to yon." I he mother moved one palo hand and turned the corner of tho blieel from tho baby's face. Von cannot havo her," she said, faintly, ".-.be is with the auols in 1'ara- llise!" They wcro greatly surprised when thev mi v the small sweet-face of llm de til child that had escaped into Heaven atid win under the palronaj;o of a greater power than their.s, and ll begin to il iw n upon lln-iii tlml what was to he it, me tor thu inolher had bolter In) done ipiickly. Hut tliero was nothing to do. Yin li filay tliern crept along St. Aubiil lieet a licarse wilh not a single earriagn following, ami in the rough pine c dlin were the two -llii) DaOM oil mo oj-ioiu of its mother! o eh .i duo' ! i) wondrous channel l. i.,i iiiethe pit.on Imrs Till, ini'iiii'lll lleoe ho low, t-o :e,'Hi..eil. met now lt'-ond the ntlll-Hl Iktruil '(.. diet Tril'Une. I-ll VI l,e: kept body Yk'uiiniis SaerllU'e. A good many years ago a cashier took a liitlo hid from a neighboring p ioi -hoii-sc, and when the boy h id bu come a yotilli he was given a ivspon-i-ble position in the bank of which his patron was practically the bend. La'er the cadiier stole more than: 1 o.UW from the hank. Kxposurc wits thteatened . ery day, and llm guilty o!licni-, in a period of depression, confessed lo llm youth thai he proposed to kill himself. Young Hay, thu protege, was smitten with horror, as ho thought of the tend, bio turn in affairs, but, having weighed tho matter, the nel d iy ho lluew him self into the breech, lie suggested, ami the cashier eagerly accepted the sugges tion, thai he should fasten tlio guilt upon him-elf ami ab-ooml, thus leaving his patron hone I in llm world's eyes, though b'nekened in his own. What the public heard of the West port robbery was that a bank cletk ntimod Hay had stolen .1,',IK)0. r Hcieelives found several clew;, but not I until years afterward was the M'ftot dis Souiiileil Fiimilhir. A fendy-Iooking fellow dropped into fho city od'tor's room, and. lading to borrow a half dollar, begged to n.ii ralo Ids ovperieiico. " I used lo bo tin ollh or of Stnto, I did. I was Sheriir, anil iiieui ber of the Legislature, and Constable, iiml Clcrkif the omirtM, and ,tuilge, and u candidate time mi'l again, 11111)111111 n high old frolic, I did." "1 don't believe it," said tho city editor. "Why don't you?" "HecauHO I havr a letter hero which says you nro a thief, mid a liar, and a Booundrel, ami a villain, and n tradticor, ami a poriurer, and a delimit, nr. and a plotter, and a low-down brawl er, and a lover of all that in vilo, and wicked, and dighonost, and abhorrent to oocent people, and a'1 . "Aha! Uiintjnr, Ko on and read that all over agi-ini. and read it loud. It Bounds llko old timea. It brinp back the dava - ! Z yt" OlVl0e- 11 liko im editorial In tho owmtiin ...1 bi'i'igs acain to mv ninmm-v i,Ji i.i....i l'eriod when I felt liko I ,va8 aomebody and h e was worth living. 0. clorion. houiu ol my past, will yo over romc oacK 10 met1 and thenars rolled down Ins cheeks as tho city editor nmnniii.e.,,1 ngaiu tho niagio words, nn 1 then jravo im a ipiartor 10 sonrr t;p oil. I.nms villt Courii r-Jonrml. Uo not put glass articles that havo noid milk Into hot wutar, as thin rnnscs 1110 rm.a to penolrato tho glags, anil it can uover be removodCVjicato Hews, if. r. JJeraUl. -v ... . . . .. oseil. I ae ol tint detectives who hail been cinployed in thu ease came up with l!ay under still 111 in rom intio circum stances. I lie detective, nee )! ding to Ins reminiscences published in a S in l'ran- isco paper, was called recently to a Western citv to ferret out. tho person who ha I robbed a private h iusn of '2: IV) gold eag'os. The only man under arrest was 0110 Henry Mitrtm. soon as the detective aaw Martin hn nniil -. "You urn Dallas Kay, who robbed tho Vosjort b ink." Hay thon told tho true story ol the robbery, and tho story has boon ver illed since, Ho claimed that ho was in nocent of ihe gold eaglo burglary, mid asked tho tlelentivo to lako a note to his sivee'heart, a Miss Morso. When the latter ho ml of her lover's predicament alio threw her whole soul into obtaining proof of his innocenc!). Sho went to tho liou-o w hern the robbery had been oom milted. Having asked if tho burirlar had left anything in his flight, alio was given a handkerchief that hud been dropped by the intruder. She out tho handker chief 10 her noso and exclaimed: "Kind tho thief who uses this perfume (naming tho peculiar brand) and yott will find your eagles." Il was found that only one drug Moro in tho city sold that Kind of perfumery, and that only ono bottle had been bought within tho preceding month. Need it bo added that tho pur chaser was traced, tho eaglos found, and tho lovors married. I'itUburnh Uisiiatofi. Currant Krlttors: Thoo aro mado of ono cup and a half of very fino bread crumbs, ono tablespoonful and a half of Hour, one cup ami a h ill ot sweet mill:, nno njitnrtor of a pound of woll washed Kngltsh currants (drain tho currants thoroughly), twotablosponnfulsof sugar and a small lump of bnttor. Flavor with cinnamon or nutmeg, to suit tho tato; drop in spoonfuls in hot bird and fry until dona. Kat with wine and linear Kuril nw,;. -Father Pobsr John Bockx, the Gon "rai of tho Urdor of Jesuiu, is now in a .i'.?Tonl.h.year' and iii declin ing beit Hh has of late given rise to muoh peculation concerning hi. probable sue ce.s,or. He ha. been at the head of tho order for nearly thirty years, which Is un unusually long period, since it u rule for enlv mnn nlnaH,.ii - j j I f , ..... ncu auwDCfja m years to bo olovatod to the position. Tho Myslcry of Comets' Tails. Tim cotnetary d'eplavs of (ho last two year have excited in an unusual degreo tho spirit ol agronomical speculation as to Iho cii'.ses of cornels' tails mid their mysterious movements. An lin glisb HclVutist in tho l liih.-oi Itkat Mmj-it-tint propounds a novel theory to ex plain thir.ii! plieiumieiia. The forces on which he relies to make out his theory 1110 the force of grav ty which urges tl.o comet toward the sun. the espatHivo force of tho Min's heat, and the rcs st imce of an in vis bio iitmo-phoio Mir rounding ihe fiun at immense distances. 'Mm eha ges in aeomut which give rise to its I il begin wilh the emission of tfa-, in the d rection determined by the ex-pan-i e force o' the .sun's heal tseling mi the cnmel. lint S'.on lln-o jets Lend round, us if carred bm k by a c'ronr wind, forming an en. elope round the body of the comet iiml a eoliu behind il, as would happ-ii to a man dieted in a loo-e robe and rumiing rapidly tiginsl the wii.il. 'Ihe jets of gas e.. caping ruin the body ol the coiie I an I v 11 iTi : nC when they 1 'ave it it re Hi"'" ivsisti'd by the Min's atiin.-i!'eii than its more Mlid !i;at, so 'haliln y seem to !all bcliimlit. loriuing tiio comets ope ami eo'.l ct'.l 10 in 1 Aeco.d tig lo this V ii w t i ; b 1 V o; the comet is coiis!!in:ly m-.vaig through tlio vapors it throws o !, ami thus produces tiie ap;a arai:'"' of a la i by leiving cacli sue essive pait thu'.. ri o,l' more 11ml in 1 e bchiu-l it. A ter I as.itig its peiihelioii lie' iiitifl carries i:s ta I before :t iu-ti'ii I o' I eh ml t. h : havs, be 'iius! while inovltig !o.ia"d the sun it is perpelmilly a s ng irotii a rarer into a denser me l lllll, v. hi e 11 re cling from lie' sun it is per. I'tnaily pa-s ng iriuii a deii-er into a taurine ilium. . 'I he fad that the most rapid alle a lioti in the direeiioii ie cuiiels' In! 11 .-arily o curs just w'lii-n tie' cm. mi ni e lorce'oi the Mill's leal is m -1 : t gives plans bililv to this hw.ohe."'. Theieiati be liltle doubt thai,' as Mr. lluggins observes "If we could -' 'a greaT coinel during its ili-laiil wan lin ings, when it has III nil' Ihe ua'a Hap I ingsof peiihelioii cciteiii lit, it would ioiii'!i" tis a Very sob 1' oliicel, ,'UI'I eon- s st of little more than mi le is a!oii" ' 'I he same may pei'hai s be said 01 (lie in .sierii iis wiin Ici er while aopnni.-iiin.' the -tin. but not near 1 nun h to m. I o "o va or dioli from the soiaf h i! or encounter the denser strata if lb' invisible Ho'ar almosphere. 'Ihe re cut liii iry 01 nr. ricim 111 oco me nm scrvalii n of solar energy nl-o lends col or to the theory thill comets when l-ear the sun may eiieo'inter a resisting medi um, which would a mil for the phe nomena in 'pie. lion as the writer ic feued lo supposes. Ilnl astronomer! lire vet far from ol. in r lb old piob Ictus of the oriti and e centric be havior ol coinel-,' tails. There m-i-iih lobe.'' cays .Mr. llugg'ns, "a rapidlv growipg feeling inn ng pby-ie'sls '.hat both Ihe sell light of millets and llm phelioiuetia of their lails belong to Ihe order of elccirii! pin noinelia." 'I h s view, in order lo tie. until tor tin' carry ing away of the conic 's ta'l 1:11 l"i an ide tlic "repulsion eseiled by the s ill, neccss ta'es tho .suppo-itioii llm' the -uu is strongly eleclrit ed, either osi'ively or ii":'.'ilivelv, tind n'so that, in ti e cliangt! going on in the comet, tin' mat ter thrown oil' by llm nucleus has h.' como .stioii.'lv cleciritii'd in th- s -mi i way as the sun. therwi-e the t'.'.tr.te. tioii on one side o: every par.. el" ol the coun t would be precscli eijual as Herscbel pouds out to t.i" rrj li.si.ni on its opposlt" side, and we -liotild llicrel'ore be m a loss lo expiulii the enormous velocity with wh eii ihe 111 li ter of Ihe ta I s 1 air ed bae'.war.l. in opposition both to the motion il h i I :n part ot ihe ii'telcus mid lo thai it ac ipiired in the act of its emission. Kct wh lo till theories de-igned lo evplain eoiie tarv iihenotuena lme hitli 'ilo lall- 111 short ol the mail., llcy have s. :'ed to slitiiiilate active invest;Lratioii, mil also to throw imporlaiit light on He' physics ol the su:i mid the diliiisioii of mtitter in interstellar space. .V. 1'. Ikrald. lltir.se.Shoi'iii','. Horse shnein2 is quite tin "tut " tbouirlt tliero aro hundreds of Biniths who know how lo tack a shoe on. per haps how to uitiko a nea'-lookiiig one but who do no' know when a horse i;. properly shod. If hor-e owners onlv knew how a horse should l e .shod thci would be fewer poor ami careless Icr o 9 hoe is One great fail t, and mi" to bu avoided, is binning Ihe hoof wilh a ted hot .shoo lo lit it lo Hie loot tind no hoi-sc-o'Aiior should pi no t Ihe Mil th to do this, 11s it en ps up the tool, innk.n il harsh, brittle and liable to he hiokcn. Do mil permit the smith to It Ihe foot to the hhoe by needless rasping and cut ting but havo Iho hoof ilrc-.scd up properly, and then have the shoe ti led to ihe foot, l'i 0 iiiiils in 1 ach shoe if properly driven ami "t- rued, ' will led I almost any shoo hi until it s'lould be removed, (hough for horses which do very heavv work seven nails may be de siVable. ftever permit tho 'tog to bo pared away. If there l,e ragged or t'-rn lues, tlieso tntiv no taken ti l, hut tn ver do nioro, for nolh ng proleets tho foot from miury ns dues a lieallhv frog. whilo a largo part of tho fooMameness wo now see is causou Dy Doing careless in this manor. Minneaiiolii Trit uii: TIIE FLOWER ClTf FCKORE. The ommullna I nu.rJ br lUe Klnlrmeiil or m riij.lil m. An unusual artielo froia the r.ochebtcr, N.Y., Denwcrul awl Chronicle, was published in this puper recently, and has been the subject of much conversation, both in professional circles and on the street. Apparently It caused more commotion in Kochestt-r, 11s the following fruui the name patter ilioivst Dr. J. B. Iienlnn, who is wcu Known, not only in Uothcuier, but In nearly every part of America, iscnt an extended article to this paper a few davs since, which wus duly published, detailing his reinurkublo experience and rescue from w hat seemed to be certain death. It would he impossible to enumerate Ihe personal iniuiries which have been made at ur cllii o an to the validity of the urtiele, but they have been so numerous that furiher iiivcflij.'utiou of tho siihjoct was duemtd an editorial necessity. With this end in view a representative of this paper called on Dr. llunioii, at his residence on Kt. i'uii I iStieet, when tho following Interview occurred: "That article of yours, Doctor, bus created quite a whirlwind. A re the statements about the terrible condition you wero In, and the way you were rescued tuch as you can sustain f" "Kvcry one of them, and many addi tional ones. Few people ever eot so near the Kravoas I did and then return, and I am not surprised thai the publij think It marvelous. It was marvelous." "How In the world did you, 0 physician, come to be broiif.h" low'" ' lly tuylect'in me lust nnd most sim ple fyiiipt'im". 1 did not think 1 was sick. Ills true I hud fiiM'.unt lie uhebes; felt lired most of the time; could eat noihiiu: one day and was nvenoiis the next; felt dull, ludelinite .pains, ami my stoinadi wus out of order, but I did not think it meant anytbii'i! serious." "l!ut have these common aliments any thing todo with the fearlul liriirht's dis ca.e which took n linn a bold on you? " Anyth'uiK'f Whv, they aro the sum indications o'f-tbe first st:i-'i s of lhatdread- fill malady. Th" fa' t i. few I pie k""W ,,r realize what nils 'hem. and I inn orry to say that too few phys c'iins do. either. ' "Thai is a strange statement, Doctor." " llul It is a true one. The medical pro fession have been treatiiiR symplon s instead of diseases for years, and it is iik'h time it reused. We uoiiois nave uei elimiiii!! oil' Iho twlcs heu we should strike at thft root. The symptoms I nave 11st iniMitioee l or any unusual aeuuii ,,r irritation of the water eliaimels indicate the approach "f IHir. s uisense, efii iiioio limn acoenh nnnounces the coining of consttiiiption. We Uo li"t treat inn couiih, hill try to lie.p ine iuiirs. vie should not waste our time try in 15 to ro lieve tho headaclie, Mou.ie 11. pains aooiii Ihe tHWly or other syieiiins, inn Kooe reclly to the kidneys, tliu source of most of tlcsn ailments." This, tln-ii, is what yott meant when you eaid Hut more than one half the deaths who b occur arise from Dnejit's disease, is it, Doctor?" " l'reei-ely. Tiiousands of so-raded dis eases are lo'riiitinir Mi: today, when in reality il is llri.rht'.sdis'eee m . some oneof its many forms. It. is a liydra-hradi d mon sier, and tho tlithlc-t syio''oms should strike terror to every one who has them. I run look buck and t dl hundreds of 1I1 aths which physicians de.-lmed at the time were eiusi-d hy pai.ilv is. apoplexy, heart disease, pneumonia, malarinl fever ami other coiiiinon eoinpl niits. which 1 kt'S now were caii-ed by iri;:!il's disease." "And did nil these cms have simple symptoms at lirst ?" "livery one (if Ihetn, and ml.rht have been cured us I was by the tiim ly use of thesaine remedy Win net's .Safe Kidney ami l.iver Cure. 1 am v'tun:: my ryes thoroiihly opetiel in tl.'S 1.1. ii ler, and 1 think I am Indpb ;:i''!-.' :s lo see the die's anil their po-i:,W ii o,. ( r aNo. Why, there are no end of truths beiiiititi on this sub jeel. If you want to know more about it im and sre Mr. lii'ift f him-elf. lie was sick the same lime as I, and is the heal thiest man in li'" !ie.-:e. 1.1 .lay. lie has made a study of this Mipj"et ami can give you more fuels than I cm. ', to 1, and sea Dr. I.imiinoie, the chemist, nt the Univcr.'by. li you want facts tlo ie aro nnv ouaiiiit v of them, showiio' the alarm- bur increase of liriu'iil's di.see, its simple pressed with the earnestness snd sincerity of his statements, and next paid a vlBit to Dr. 8. A. Lattimore, at bis residence on Prince Street. Dr. Lattimore, although busily ennaged upon some matters con nected with the Btate Board of Health, of which be is one of the analysts, courte ously answered the questions that were propounded him: , . , " Did you make a chemical analysis ot the cae of Mr. H. H. Warner, some three years ago, Doctor?" " Yes. sir." ... ,1, "What did this analysis show you? "'ihe presence 01 aiounien aim iuur casts in (rreal abundance." , And what did tho symptoms nidi- 011o'a serious disease of the kidneys." "Did you think .Mr. Warner could re- C,oNn'Ir- I did not think It possible. It was seldom, indeed, that so pronounced a case had, up to that time, ever been CU"Do yon know anything about the remedy which cured him?" " Yes. I have chemically analyzed It. and upou critical examination, Iiml I entirely free from any poisonous or deleterious substances." . , , , . . We publish the foregoing statements In view of the commotion which the pun u..!... iir llpiiion'n ni'ticlo litis cuused, and to meet the protestations which have i...,. ., The siandiiM of Dr. Jlenion, Mr Warner and Dr. I.attiinore inthecnin- mnnlty is beyond ipiestion and tlie state . ii, mflli cannot, for a moment. . 1....I.1...I lhif onnelllslvelv sIlOW tllUt oe oouiiii-ii. o'j - -- - r.rielit's disease of the kidneys is one of tho most deceptive and dangerous "' 11, ui ft U eicerdinelr conunon, obinningly lncpjing and tha It can be cured. llFRfJANREfSOt Tin. viiL'iiibi Country Siiulre of the Colonial l'eriod. Aoart from pol'lies, these country arm i'i round but little business where- tviii, 0, 1 ceonv their time. Tho direct niiiei-v sion of the slaves was ordinarily iir.ru-tcd to overseers, and the masters iv thus si! -.ii-ii I iii the enioyment of hieh men of noiile ambi tion. mp'Ii as Jelliirson und Madison. could 1 111 n lo good piolit in cultivating their minds, lint to men of more common mold ibis ample leisure became niouot- cm 11 and in such a society as that nero hi, clod, wilh no town lite, no font is or inn hspca'siiiof, tin 1 noamuso incuts s:ie horse Tai'iinr. the entertain nu'i.t of pious bv the month toethor v.:s re"-ii:ded boih lis a duty ami lis a privdi K'crv planter kept open In 11 e. Mid Pi' ivldedfo'. liis visitors with mis; iiicd band. The stylo of livinr win i.mmooi 1 1 ireniToits. and oltcn spieni 't he bouses wcro spacious and solidly bui:;. s ciiclimes of brick or slone, but tno.e often i)' wo ill. I'anelled wainscots nf on!; and cai vi d oaken cliiii)liey-pieco9 were comui'i ml the rooms were fiirnsh-d w th tho liiiiidsoinest chairs noil tables and 1 iibinets that could bo i.ioT-."'it over from Knirlmtil. The dress, ton. ?if both men and women as rich nnd cosily, and the latest 1-olidon fash ions wci e'careftillv followed. Silverphile, elcjrant china, and choici) wines were 10 nini'iily lobe found nt these great to nor houses. 11 ml the stables were s'i cl.nl with bor-es of iho finest breed ,f",'i ) '''.. in Hunter Mtjtzi,ie, Effect of Cultivation. Chinese Mustmrr. Last Sunday was a great day for llm Chinese Masons of rinladelpliia, for 110 le-s a por.sonago than l.oo Chow, a e;cn u tie Mandarin, had arrived to 'mil into nine new candidates into tho mystical order of the (ice lling. The enreiiioiiy beirtiu in the iilteruooii With n feast, at which a generous supply ot chicken, rice nnd shark's lins was put where it would do the most good, 111 11! a consid. ei able itiiiititv of American whisky where il would do tho most harm, l'hilailulphia boasts suvoral Chincs.t s'ngerso! 'im Hrst rank, who enlivened both Iho feast mid the initiation exer cises with vtiriinis selections from their nai'vo repertory, which wero received wilh rapturous a plauso by the hen' hen nml set on edgo tlio teeth of passing Ciii istians. The programmo had been ml up od to an ti'l-night. session, and there is every reason to suppose, that it was carried out to tho letter. Viikiuj) IkrM Oilragn'i Pint tillmn. The Chicago Tribune, in closinf? an elaborate article ou lion. Carter II. Jlnr rison, Mayor ot that city, gives tho fol lowing ns Mr. Harrison's opinion of St, Jacobs Oil: "When I first found my solf suffering from tho rheumatism, my leading thought was naturally to cull a physician, but my neighbors ull advised me to try St. Jacobs Oil, tho Great (ler man Remedy. I procured some of it im madiutoly, and found it ezcollcut for that ailment A man at Charlotte, N. 0 touched a lighted eij;ar to Iho elephant's trunk to co lj anything would happen. lV.ople vim picked hira up after ins flight found t l"t ami arm broken, Detroit Free i'iCI'. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, K LamLVgo Backiche. Iloadacf.e. Toottacn.. 4or,TI.ml.Nw'l!'V?ri,,V.'.."' Illll'IIK. (" tl'l A 0 ATALOGIJE JUST ISSUED CONTAnruQ 400 ILLUSTR1TI1 AND PRICES Of ,M, .LL HI M It lllll'll I'l'sS TIIK fil.vlil.l-: A. 1? V s. . MflSTETTESlV ' "I AND S!LVERWRAE Will he wilt M uii)- iiiiilre, upon ippii STEVENS Id JEWELERS, ATLANTA. - . QtORn 1 1 wmitrd for the 111 st ki lling liook uii,f .it tl. i- turn:, u-.- oil' r. Sul.uv .ind fim.. . 11:1 J. . HAMUIillN (VI A"IU,J 1 . in, 11 ."i.r.it t : '-Jll-ai.'lj . : ' - 1 '-.' iiik r." .1 c .' vir.l c , 1 ... III", imvo Im.- !. I-.. I ,-..i...- " ,-,M-,li..i I liOliJWl,,S,' r,,lln1;l,li:'l!.Via;i;.l:1';jJ I' I , 1. A 1 1' II n.1.'.. " -1. 1 I1..IIM.S,.,. ill,) f..Slond nmcitlH rrllf ltlnr jiounl tw. on Ilia .a.i.c ! Ihn raiqiipni'S :, ' I "H i...l,,UM..l IH... la rrv.ld 10 rt'I'lf'O'i fn..'H nl cum. !',, Inn luilt l lwliJ tj Oi ucm "I lliBi.l .tfMi,l, WHltn lonr. uii" .y.'-iu, ,-','r. ...-- ... i.rfr., nillriliM iimliil, dlj.uiiii-Ub'i iir.rlr ll.t bio it, ii'Ui-. II11 I'' Hutu d'iniiiiul, ina j,ru!iiuii ftjuloi Inliil ol l-"lf. i r Ul 0110 BJ " IM UfcK'SI" -' -' ' b-m-. A KOHTl'XE. To nnv ih-ihi-ii ven.'inv ill" 1 0 1 1 will si'iid our valeshle n-eiipts. j 1,00 s ''HVfsnilv mi d-wi Ii tl eiii. N iliuin lui(!. V. (J. I.ani.i ox !in 'ill, I !rui k im-, lllSN. HEALTH IS WEALTH! lleiflo for Plih'tll, llKZlnia, 'oiiul'tr,r.t. tittoat rtlich, MJtal IicntikCiutt, l,tii of Memory, I'rtn .'ii OU Aft iuJ by oii-fHTtion, wlii'h Uud U fltiM-ry, icy w. 1 dit. Od Iji will curt ront omi. 6,. i or Ik,ii (nt fl dolUrn ; ut t.y mtl! prcp&itl fIU of (:)(' Wo giht '.t Vmum In cur ktij eu, WUli b oider rrtm l by ua for ill hx, to Ciimpmilt'il with tlt rtwlliui, wiH aenl tho par tUr our wtittim giikrititro to ttt'irii Iho toworf If t tiootoirnt di'ft not ficl cuio. ('iiLrati Umf4 CD J or J. J. liailfal'tii. t'. (Jritott tj ttil p r ort Jill y QHn1t-j to. McBRIDE & CO.'S CHINA AND GLASS PAld ATLANTA, GEORGIA, l .wit the'taic fly ."nnrl loiioWut.J uiiil 'lirrv'H j-tt.-iiiii fruit ati1 Vwjj A'i'ttu Uv M-ili 'IlioUiU.-. Uyrlt Co. iVneJ MASON'&'BAfO I ipi; I I p IO Mr KIlirM flu., uliof Aiiil .'inlirptni nf1a Imoi InndM.j I I II 1 . A I- IAT. fell lo IN; I H :'.iii'mo ..iJ i-wtr, ilk .t oQo.lrtf, ojr m .f'd r. l Prrulof U'Uio in ftsbooi. w IwI'mVI 1,1. liVK lll"l,KM or-IKHITriil :. V'7. 0l. 97. Wi. (Iim, tWi.il t- .1 'luw.'d. r.. r. .-tfQj m tts-f tvf.it. Alo l t -Ul o.via.ol.. HIlBluZ : '.I t ll.lt rilll.Ui.I K tHKR. ??i? t "VStHif T - rr k''' -mi rJz r-t JrsS a !iia'.r-i i,o of fpiTu G . ii il UUlUIMi flVSOMJ f-i l.fol ,m-'-m.ft. I El'l:iixU oovtr m4 Im! i'ii- oii.l l-.r-'i'il, H .U ,ttl TKj&rt ommw mm i, i.t An-if. II.MmtlUt& I, v ' H. wub 51 1 1 irnii ', roil. Ull. IllMIV A IIAHM1 IMUi I'UVll tel.. Ill I ' ra'.nl M , Hotiooil UHlM.. s. l,.-iIUiiliuilH,ki DR. STRONG'S Pi TUB OLD WELLTRIEDHEAll ondehful mmi REMEDIE9. AGE H TO nml ilei'uptivi' -yiiipl'inis. mni nun iiiori' is lint niic way liy wliii li it i-iiii In" i--i'.i'i-d." l-'nlly Miti-licil id Hi" If. nil and furci' of tho iii"i:tur'n wurih, lh r. MiitiT IhhIi' liim oimI tiny mid callrd mi Mr. Wanuriit liii fstalilisiiiiiriit on l'i -Ii.i : i : ."--( t t-.-t. At fir.it Mr. U'lirnrr was inriiin' I tn i ri'ti ci'iit, lint loirniii' tliat llm iiif.innati.iii ili'siri'd wai iilionl llm alarniiiur im-ri'iisH nf llrilit'H iI'isimso, liis mami'-i I'liuiij-'i'il in htniilly, and In' sp vi'ry 'iii iirslly, " U is trim ll'i't i;ri ;!il's iI s-.i-p lias in crPiiscd wniidn fully, and v.i' Iiml, I'.v r;li sMp st.itislirs, tlml in tln 'iist ten yi'ari im irrowtli litis Iiim-ii '.'.Vi p'-r ci:n!, 1 ' nk nl Hn- prmniiicnt iin'D it liii" farrird utr: KviTi'tt, Siiinnrr, Clr:.'P. Wilfin, t'l'j.ii!)-ti-r, lt'slini ll.ivin nnd o'lirrs. Tins i-tiTi-il.li', nnd .s'ni'.va a tn-atiT fjr'iwtli limn that f any cllii'r knnwil c plaint. It slnnilii In-'plain to evi'iy mil' tini' -Mm'-thiiitf inn -t In' il'in" to elm I. tin- iin'n-a-1' lirlliero is no kniiwitia lici'Mt May I'U'i " 'lu ynu t ti i it k many pi npio an' i.llli,-ti'il with il 'M-day wlm iiu nut rcuiiw it, .Mr. Warner'" " llnndrodn n tlionsnnn. I nnv a jtrikihR exainploof this truth which li" just cume to in y notiie. A pnitninent professor in a New Orleans medical rolli'jjo w.m li'i-.tiiring hi fore hisrlass on tin' suliji ct nf lir'cht'H ilisiMi.se. Hit had various- Hinds under mirnwi'iipic nnalysis, nnd was show ini! tho Htii'leiits wliiit'thc indication if this terrililn niahidy v.-erp. In order to chow the contrast lietwe'en healthy and tliihonl thy tlniil.s he hud provided a vial Ihe con leiitflof which wermlrawii from his own per 8 ti. 'And now, penile men.' he said, 'ns we have seen Iho unhealthy indications, I will show voti how il appears i i a suite of per fect health,' und In) Bubniilti il his own Until to the. usual lest. As h wntehed the results Ins roiinleniiiicc suddenly chiing-'d his rotor and command hoth left lum, and In a tremlillnB tolco Ii Raid: 'Oentle- men, I have undo a painful discovery; J have llrif-ht's disenso oi the kidneys,' and and In less than a year he was dead." "You Lclicve, then, that it has no symptoms nf in own, and is frequently unknown even by the person who is tilllieted wilh it?" " It lias no symptoms of its own nnd very often nnue at. nil, Vsuully no twi people hiivi.' the pamo symptoms, and fro ipielitly death is the first symptom. Th slightest indications nf any kidney difli etilty should bo enniiRh to strike terror to anyone. 1 know what I nm talking iihotit, for I have been through till thu stages ol kidney disease," " Yoti know of Ir. Henion's ease?" "Yes; I havehnlli read and heard of it," "It is very wonderful, is It. not?" " A very prominent case hut no more so than a crcui. many others that have come to my notice us having been ctucd hy Ihe same means." ' You believe, then, Hint Bright'g disensi I'iin he cured?" "I know it can. I know it from the experience of hundreds ot prominent persons who were Riven up to die by both their physicians nnd friends." " Ynu spenk of your own experience, what was il?" " A f"tirfnl one. I had felt lanculd and unfitted for buslnesi for years. But I Hid not know what ailed me. When, however, I found it was kidney difllctillv, I thorn-lit Micro wns little hope, and so did the doc tors. I have since learned that one of the physicians of this city pointed mo out to n u'"ntletnnii on tho street ono day, sayinp: 'i'hero noes a man who will ho dead Within a year.' I believe his words would have proven trim If I had not fortunately se cured and used tho remedy now known as Warner's Safe Kidney and l.iver Cure." " And this caused you to manufacture it?" ... "No, It caused mo to Investigate. I went to the principal cities, saw physi cians prescribing and iis'mx it, mid 1 there fore determined, ils n duty Lowed Immun ity and the aanorilifr, to'hrlnK it within their reach, and now it is known In every part of America, is S'lld In eve ry drug store and has become a household necessity." - 'The reporter left Mr. Warner, much Im- Tlio common poinlo probably shows tliu clluct of cultivation tit much as tiny idant ever introduced into holds or lriii lcns. lint it is iiotL't-nnriiily known tluit the elinnjio from its normal to w!i:it vvu may term improved sttilc is quite rapid, ri'iiiimir ouiy :i lew years in pro iltico lare tubers of various colors from the wild olios by caroiul culture. Where llm wild plant (irow tilmiiilnii'.l.v in New Mexico and soino parts of Arizona, the ranch men assure us that, when they plow up the wild plants in ptittin,' in ciiltiMi'.ed crops, thu ef.ect upon the po tato's is ijtuto marked. Tho tubers at lirst are nUmt thesie of small marbles, or a half inch or a liltle more in di imii'tci'. but the .second season artei' belli;; disturbed they will become, nearly nr iuite iluublu th) orie-inal size, and the next Si'tison still larger, if not killed out in the plovvint; and hoeintr. Thu sie of tin) plants also inereasci'iind thu li'al'els, which at tirst are only tibnut H half in h wide by an Inch in length, in-ci-ea-u in tho siimo proiortiim as tlio tiihefs. Wo havo ourselvoi gathered the tubers from tho wild plants in tlio nml sun-lied soils of tho valleys of New Mexico, as well in from tho 'disturbed or plowed land, und noted tliu dif forcii 'e in size as claimed by many of the residents of tho country.- .V. 1'. IkrM. ' A Commercial Item. Mnso Sclinuinburg'B little boy, nl tlniiyh onlv ten years old, is traveling around slung to a tray, like a miniature Satn'l of l'oscn. instead of boing sent to M'h'iol whero he could acrjuiro a knowl ciltX" of nrithmelio that might bo useful to hitn liorealter. An Austin gontloman stopped Moso Si liauniburr, junior, and asked tho litll i fell iw how much he made on his arti cles. "l'ivo per shont; don't yer vant a batr of sushpendors for a quarater of a tnllari"1 "Kivo por cent! Why that's not much profit." "I hash never pin to school, but 1 shuppose I makes five per shent. What costs nm ono tollar I sells for live tol lars. Don't you vant two balrs of sush renders for a quarter of a tollar." Texan tlif'linqy. Rtraioiiten yonr old boots and shoes wilh l.yon't Heel stifleucrs, and wear them again. "Si-X here, (h'orgie," said a fond niitmiiia to lmr liltle mm, as tin y wulked on (lie liciicli, " what ii lot of nice little I'Uilid tdoiii'S," "Yes," prumliled (.li'iitarie, ns he cast u Keiirehing fdauee aruutiil, "nnd not a blessed thing to throw 'em nt, Foi dytptpila, tadlvMtlea. oprestloa o( niriu and (Dral debility, la tbslr Tiriou formi also u a praTentativt against fever and vaue and other intermittent f eriri, the " Ferro Hioipborated Elixir ef OslluTa," made bj Onwall, Baiard A Co., New York, and told by all DrnggiiU, to the beet tonle and for pitient'i recommit tnu tvm or ether alokaeea, it hat ataqnai. WANTED r.:o j c i ni: oi - r it TM2 FINE3T IM THE VORLp rl srllliia a.-,-iii it' 1 ' ' Subscnption Books i tit i. iiit 'I "a I "1' .V".1. V'.,"".... ... th t..i ... .....i. i.it ii.ii.utit nl llu'ir lo Jul iw T. "Newman's ftir.erIca.r.U in O-iiiii till' l.".l U,ill'l'-rs lu HNiC, TllU UUly I"" ' I'VUI !.' i The Lives of Iha J.nns Broihers. fc,"T-TT. ,i . i... vil..i...uri UuiIjviv lh.'OHl) illWWU-WUiis, - - "Th9 Jfianna.ie." .r -Viw'. "Pictorial Family bib!e-v.v KMliinHmi'l liii'ti'i'iuii-ll-'.'iiii.v.'t't.T. 'I.U. T hio't HIIIHIL I I.M i Kniii!.-;! "; 1 w!:",.H' k!y fr rlnttlam wiJ temw. Territory ll coSuRa t cook punusTntfa co., JO, 08, 1)9 ft 100 Metropolitan Jiioc CHIOAOO, UA Is tmfalt:'4T ninl 1: bio tu i '.:J'iiK pt it I'it.i, h'p.i-mH, i.v.i. aiiiin, ht. Vilu-t ll.tm-f. At U li-s.'i.Ojiiiim Kat i'.!!. IS. n.h i i ri."l nt' jV rvdim mi'l IW.m.l I ih c . (. 'I'ii '!i rn.t'n, i'tovjurv, I .it-mi X'l-u M "vin.nlH, ll.iiil.-rti, 1 aiiiffi iiml ill !it V I 'litdiy I'liit-lMjii'Tl l-JMIt.fl .NtMVi.ll-v 'u nIib- t" 51, lri.:..l:ii.ti. it nl th- l-litmt. st- mai h, b.. !rt Kulufj-.. i:i wl.n t'ij. i.t n ititrvo V'i'.'x, i i I" I'' r M j . M.ii .i iii Vnl "i!'l", 'I 'i I,, J Iir-.. in, iii ii t!',i i-iusji Hi'i'iS-iiJ. tut if ..r-nii tluit vmi iiltntiul ti. rlll'KHlrf Lor lulu hy nil li huisIk. TIIK IHt. S. A. UU II.MOMI MIXiH A I. CO., lruiri''lore St. .Iiti'f.li, itlo. Maglo Lanterns Outdone by the CUBES AND - 3 Skinny Mon. "Wells' Jieaitn Kenewer re itiircsiln'altliciirosilysipsin,itiiioteiii,e. f 1. "Koroit on Cornb. 15c. Ask for it. yuick, conipU'lo cure. Corns, warts, bunions. A a f.xtkb7isIhw caiikk AUITIK, Tuil, rorury 30, IU1. To Mr. J, W. Orabam, Druggl.tit Dear Sir cue iu an acute farm ot Bron chltia, and ih ot one and a hill year's duration, t oinplojad tho beat modioli aid poonlbla, but (ailed rapidly, until thedootore uld I would die that mj cam ww Incurable. Thrown upon rajr own retouines t got a bottle of Da WH. HALL'S BALSAM FOK THE LUNOS, asd la ilr houri felt a decided relief. In three daji the cough 1 1 most disappeared. Now that my chinoei of life are good for many yean, I earnettly recommend the abofe to erery lufforur ot throat or lung dlaawe. 0. 0. LATUItOP. I ho Ma hi Hit '1111111 r n'lsuiiinionrti out I iiw-iy tlio oM tops Irom Iho s 1. l.u ivus buiis: cli'au oB all weeds, and i-dVL'r Ibo gnounds with a llboral muleli 0 gi;oil mnuure. Early in spring fork Dvi r iho fitrce, alloVin?; the short, toticii portion of tho manure to romain, lail ruliinjj oX tho coarno, straw tui-torioi. 's r x?. r 1 f3 m Am jmitimt l'i. t'Ut'H ffMIII llMl'it. lVlll 1 In rust ti"it I'ii' .v.ili l ll r i'ii i rfttttil t'i h ilf-if 1 WlK-n'l n wMv'll ic tti'iliriii. l'tml Mfii tn'"1 ii nr ttM ti"ii'ri 1 irir -r; u.Wul 1 r1 r il. rrf'.rl l (. t -tir-. Vi..4i!iI U; V i!y .i-'if-'i - -1 1 '.':Jm" .ir- i i.i 'Kt'il I'iirnlii:- rtrjrt Mi l (vin.a.l tt- m.'il I O .rtj-ftulafH li-ll !i iv t-Mil.t l:t il t . A,; .; Warray Puh. Cd.. 129 E. 2i?i' Pi.. P. Y $47S A MONTH antl board !n yonr rouiitv. 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