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t C. It. Kimonds's business it prosper
shottit liy the elegant new coupe.
lie put 111" ' tl-Ait vt'.tnaaIav-Olll
lion ami A. II. Hall, who were nominated
for bsiliffs, withdrew their name. On mo
tion nf Cr'oltIIookor,thechairmeu of.,the
on Magna cnarta, granted liy King
John lu 121ft. Thia greatest and most ini
Isirtant of all legal instruments wan in no
' MiaMiMiMtuMi m m a mibb m , 1 it a. I
Mrs. .1,11. Mieldoii hit returned from llattroril,
(Ntnil., whefe she sa-nt the winter.
tMiss Kmlly Tomes ha returned from New
ork, where, she sa-nt Hie w Intf I .
tinii is proiiounceil very serious.
UAltNUM'S "WOOLLY" HOHHB.
THE PHCENIX SUPPLEMENT APRIL 24, 1891.
utiiig to aliout $4U,000. The
, however, that pleasure rid-
T1IK XKWS IX lilt IKK.
The steamer Connecticut, which left
Stoningtnn, Conn . Intn Friday night, col
lided tt ith a three-masted schooner Satur
day morning olT lluntinuton. The srhoon
er sti uck the Connecticut near the pilot
house, tearing nuav stnnchions, engineer's
stnterooni, ami badlv damaging the wheel
house. There were 7111 pn-sengers on the
Connecticut, hut no panic took place. The
damage will Rtnnunt to ilO.OIh).
During the tear 1WM) Vale college re
ceived cash gifts amounting to $l,l.il,ST3.
A disease called spotted fever it raging
in the vicinity of Milan, Tenn. Over iSO
victims died in two tiny, and so far not a
patient has ret overed.
A plan has heen promised at llaitford to
lay out a syete 111 of connected suburban
paiks, each nccc-silne to Mime populous lo
cality, the diivewhii'h would connect them
making tln rircnit of the city It is esti
mated that I MM I acres now easily to lie pur
chnstd would sullice for the park and that
the whole land could lie Isiuitht for les
New York had a half-million dollar lire
last Friday riinrttinir, the liuss building nnd
buildings on ISauk and Hteeiittich streets
Ilockland county. X V , is greatly ex
cited over the incendiary fires that have re
cently occurred in its Isirders. and which
are thought to he the lesult of the brick
The managers of the niHininoth pulp mill
at .Madison, Maine, in which ex-Secretary
Whitney and other New Yorkers are in
terested, have purchased (i.MIO.OW feet of
spruce logs to keep the big fuctory going
during the coming summer, and other large
pulp manufacturing concerns on the Penob
scot, Keuneliec and Androscoggin rivers
have liought logs in pioportion, thus pro
viding a market for gicut quantities of
"small stuff" which would he of no value
as lumber. There is enough material of
this sort in northern and eastern Maine to
keep the pulp mills going for generations,
as may bo lealired from the fact that the
wihl lands nf the state cover an area of
9,2fin,Sol acres, and only a small part of
this vast tract has been shoi n of its forest
growth. All over the state paper mills are
springing up beside the pulp mills, and the
business bills fair to take rank among the
leading industries of Maine.
While 11 (ire was at its height at the cor
ner of Court and Hanover streets in lios
ton last Sunday the walls fell, and the
burning timbers imprisoned 20 firemen.
The men were nil rescued after an hour's
hard work, and none of them was fatallv
A Dayton, Ohio, woman placed her dia
monds, valued at $100, under her pillow
wrapped up in tissue paper. In the morn
ing she picked up the paper, and thinking
it a bit of waste threw it into the stove
with the rubbish.
R. T. Almy tt Co., the Washington
street clothiers at Iiostou, have failed, with
liabilities of $100,000.
A terrible tragedy occurred Sunday
morning in a tenement occupied by Italian
rag pickers in Hoboken, X. J. An'geloGa-'
both stole into the room where his mother-in-law
was sleeping and stabbed her with
his stiletto, killing her instantly. He then
stabbed his father-in-law- in the neck. The
old man shouted and the two sons came to
his rescue. They fired upon Oaboth, who
fell mortally wounded. One of the broth
ers was also hit by a bullet, and (Jaboth's
wife, who attempted to interfere between
her husband brothers, was twice stabbed.
A young German couple registered at
the Grand Union hotel in Now York Sun
day, and Monday night they were found
dead in bed, locked in each other's arms.
They had inhaled gas through rubber tubes
held in their mouths.
Detectives have unearthed at Pittsburg, I
ia., a gang 01 inieves who Have in a few
years past taken $1,000,000 worth of goods
from freight trains on the different roads
entering that city, Five of the leaders
have been arrested.
Edward Higgins, aged 21, of Ilridgeport,
Conn., Saturday night wagered cents
that he could go hand over hand 011 n rope
from one mast to another on a schooner ly
ing nt the wharf in that city. The rope
was about 10 feet from the deck. When
about three feet from the mast his trength
uueail voiisutUMv u awHaMugiMMutiNtw
a Self-Advertised Martyr, hut it is business
dona on business principles.
ti ti , 11 i 1 - 1 I
gav out nnd he fell to the deck He struck
on his back and was terribly injured. He
will not recover.
The I Kith anniversary of the battle of
Lexington was celebrated in that ancient
tow n 011 Saturday and Sunday.
A party of native mountaineer rode in
to a tan-bark camp in the (.'iimbciland
mountains, near Ilockwisvl, Tenn , and
without warning shut and killed six negroes
mid wounded 10. The mountaineers had
been discharged for incompetency and took
this method of revenge.
A large increase iu the amount of mail
matter sent to Central and South America
is noted since the reciprocity treaty.
(iuerreo won the six-days' 12 hour-a-day
pedestrian contest at Boston last week,
covering 4 Hi miles and beating th Ameri
A Bangor, Me , boy picked up a pocket
on the street which contained $2000 in cash
He askeil a man who was just ahead of
him if he had lost anything and the strang
er, a brother of ex-Guv Davis, proved to
be the owner
The wreck 011 the Lake Shore lailroad at
Kipton station, 10 miles from Cleveland, O .
Saturday evening, by which six ostul
eleiks, two engineers nndoneflremnti were
killed, was a very narrow escape from an
even more serious disaster. The fast mail
train was running at full speed, and the
force of the collision wbs so great that all
but f!i of the revolving chairs in ten pallor
cars were broken. The passengers were
throw n to the llor, but none of them were
seriously hurt The men who lost their
lives were crushed, and all but one were
.John Wright of Spring Valley, Minn ,
bet $1 that he could run acrosstlie Milwau
kee bridge in advance of an approaching
train, but the train overtook him and he
lost his bet and his life at the same time.
Aril ice lo 11 Vollnu .tlilll.
So you were a little too pert, and spoke
without thinking, did tou, my sour And
you got picked up .piite suddenly 011 your
statement, eh ' Oh, well, that's all right .
that happens so older men than you every
day. I hove uoticed that you have a very
fugitive way of tiling a decision w here oth
er men state an opinion, and you frequent
ly make a jwuitivo assertion where older
men merely express a belief. But never
mind; you are young. You will know less
as jou grow nider. "Don't I mean you
will know more I" Heaven forbid, my boy.
Xo, indeed. I mean that you will know
less. You w ill never know more than vou
do; never. If you live to be 10.000 years
old, you will never again know as much as
you do now. No hoary-headed soge, w hose
long and studious years were spent in
reading men and books, ever knew as much
as a boy of your age. A girl of fifteen
knows about as much, hut then she gets
over it sooner and more easily. "Does it
cause a pang, then, to get rid of early
knowledge!'' Ah, my boy, it does. Pulling
eye teeth and molars will seem like pleas
ant recreation alongside of shredding off
great solid slabs and layers of wisdom and
knowledge that now press uihiu you like
geological strata. "Hut howare you toget
rid of all this superincumbent wisdom I"
Oh, easily enough, my boy ; just keep on
airing it; that's the best way. It won't
stand constant use, and it disintegrates rap
idly on exposure to air. llunlrlle in Ihr
The llrlchl Mide.
Cheerfulness can become a habit, and
habits sometimes help us over hard places.
A cheerful heart beeth cheerful things.
A lady and gentleman w ere in a lumber
yard situated by a dirty, foul-smelling
river. The lady said : "How good the pine
boards smell '"
"Pine boards !" exclaimed the gentleman.
"Just smell this foul river !"
"No, thank you," the lady replied, "I
prefer to smell the pine boards."
And sho was right. If she, or we, can
carry this principle through our entire liv
ing, we shall have the cheerful heart, the
cheerful voice nnd cheerful face.
"There is in some houses an unconscious
atmosphere of domestic and social ozone
which brightens everyliody, Wealth can
not give it, nor can poveity take it away."
mwi me nuiiunt t jtuies mgnt win ne un
served. By a uuauiuious vote of the club Huu.
Tlmt Corn Ileal is now higher
llntti at any lime
tliirint,' tho past ton years.
Cotton Seed Meal and
Oil Meal are
sellins,' at coiisideralily
less than eorn meal,
and wo advise feeders to use
a mixture ofthe.se f;oods.
Largo assortment to oiler.
E. CROSBY & GO.
IlilMMN. Aprils.! There has ls-u aahortMlp
( plv t,f Imttcr for orr a wk and ,leal.-rs fln.l n
illlllelllt to irct t-linuirti for tie unnt of the trade
' KWIiiur p-lcts were firm estenUy at 7N cents
1 for extra creannry Northern ami Western, and
I cents for extra tlrsu Fine dairy butler
' sold from !:.H cents, and in a Jobbing hi) tie
ran was from Ss3n reuta rVirs, 1.1&1Q cente
erd7cii. rntatoc. $1 PHitJI 1.1 a-r bushel
i CIIICAIIO. AprlU'l Wheat N'o. 'Jsprlnir, tl I'A,.
I No. -.' winter red. Sl.l'-'' ts$l Wt Corn, i,
Oats. No. 2. Hye. No 1, UlU'M
I ST. LOUIS, April Jl Wheat, No. -i its), $1 It.
( Corn, No mixed. 711(1,711. (lata. No. 2, .Ml
Wnirnovru Cniiie .Hornet, April iii.
Market Ileef A ery few choice at SCtnULSij
' extra, .1 .V ha$1.7.V first quality. $1 uM5.: see
, ond quality, 1150$! 7.1. third quality, JI.COO
Store Cattle Working oxen, V Iir, $iioIIO.
' Ka-leyCowa, $W'Jt7.'; Milch Cousand CaUea, Si',
, IS; jearllnirs, i.oU4jit,; two) cars olJ.ll-.'Si.';
' three years old, SJOtJ.
I Swine Western fat live, lljcts: Northern dress
. ed hogs, I4C.
Sheep and Iainbs tn lots. $2 tm,.1.(IOQll.&Oeach;
! extra, sl.lOiA.Ul, or from '514 cts V U'. Spring
I I.amo,tff 0I4C.
Veal Calves, &&Go. V It,
Country Hides, llty y fr Country Tallow, a
&-.'SV W !b. Calfskins. Sc. Kelts, .'mfcll.
I each. Dairy Skins l.l&SOc. eaeh
llrnltleboro 1'rlcea Current.
Potatoes. V bu !M Hides H
Ileans, aooa-liltl Calfskins, each,
llutter, V . aoail l'ork, dressed.
Cheese, ' loali lleef "
KgirsVdoz., I" Mutton, lite t..
Maple Sugar, cake 8ali Veal, '
Maple Syrup, B0a) Chickens,
aaoao Tea, Japan,) f...
Potatoes, V bu
llutter, V lb..
Kkks, V dox..
Molasses, V Kal.,
laais " Oulonu, ' Iia-Sl
I1 " Y. Hyson " tea)
40a7U Hoiled OIL V gal., 6.1
'. Itaw ro ,
5tu Kerosene, ' l.laau ,
)0.ili Hay, loose, ton SIJaf.ll
M Hav. Iwiltsl. " ti7u$di
Salt.T. 1.. V liu.,
Flour, roller pro- Wmal, Vcord, I iM&Mio
. I' "u . .iia,i rs-u, 1 oimi im
1 i K) e meal, a 10
Nsaan CottonsecdM'l 1 foil t5
'X, Ilran, I 4VU hO
T5 I.lnswslOil.M'l taialf '
75 l'rotuler. l?.Snl4)i
corn, 14 1,11.,
Oats. H bu..
Seed Oats tl liu..
1 TOMl 71 Jllddlinss, I Mtit) U0 '
vtsi ttr.tliani mea', y 1 , 4
know that Hie operation was entirely
and that at the present lime she seems
ln a rapid recovery.
I.ulitwr Rhoct nniM worn uncomfortably UgbL
Ki-tiiii,y Up off the t ft,
THE "COLCIIESTKU" ICI IIIIKR. CO.
nk nil thlr the with inM of 1WI Iliml wftt
ubl r. Ihl pllnffn u the iiioe aJ (remi tho
ul br fruia lipplnj off
Cll for the "rnlrhewr"
BAUK A CO., H0.100, Exclusive Wholesale Agentf.
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a an. cvTLiut.
e. i.. rurxAjr,
One of the Best Medicines Ever
PERFECT AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF
IN CNLi OK PUS AMI M LAMSATIO.V
This excs-llwit compound Is 114 bu-Mne Ihr ni"-t
sticnsl triumphs, asluiilstittiic umiiv w ho hat r t. ,
slim to use It liy the n-rtaiiitjr mi 1,1, h It rt ll,-
llit-mof tH-lrsulI'rlnt,-s. Is.th rili niallt mil intern-alt)-
It U safe and cvruin tn It bvtkjii
Jtir Burn., ,Uonlii(7 AVyMprfai. InJIamnalifn
tftht AV or Hwrll, iAittxehf, IxnfMil, AAuml
dim, Hunt In IHJr. Hack nr tJunJdm, Jv,i
for Throat. Cioun tr JironchuiM.
Price 25c. and $1 at all Druggists.
E. MORGAN & SONS, Prop's,
I'UOVIUt.NUli u. 1.
Send for ( trtul.ir telling
Whon to Spray,
How to Spray,
and tthat l'uinps to u.ie.
1st.. iWraib . r 1. .
Jlsl t, . tl t.
Tills fine vainir stand trd bred trnlttl. -tjtlion
w ill make the season of ls-d at the
IIIUn I'nriii, llintileboro, t.t
at S 11. to Insure fual. pavahle pnl 1st lsj if
mure proteain riul (ie..re It. U Hire,-tears old.
a rich dark elieMiiut In is,l,,r. stands 1M,, hands
anil welshs nwn siunds Ills sire, flat Lambert
(trial mile In J.t.'i by Mnllon. Sr. it ia,n of the
fuuious lianiel LaniU'it. who u 11 trotters to
his eissbt In the a: kl list The ,Um of tienrgv It
is Kl Im 11 Maid, a ureal roul mare, and a daughter
or the renoiie. lielaing'a Ethan Mk-n mith
three trotters lu the ill list,, b) Kthan Allen
reeonl with mate, a:t.1. Ii,s,rire I!, a second dam
was by lllack Itou, by llis-ket, and he lit Ml rick
or Sherinau'a llljrk Hawk. It mat la- readily
aeell that tie..rje It .uaeaaea the be -.nuiu of
ulotai w the Mortiaii and ( 'lav ratnitte 1 1 4
JOHN It. III.KS, I'loprlrlor.
sil.s - easfiil,
to la. muk
a-lj,nalfiiei.. of Mr Wells 'I he bin 1 B, lu -the
family hi , p,m. l,i ,v,eerv
Strict llltrgrit) of the 11111M linillektl,.lie,l kind