SALISEUEY. IT. C. THUESDAY, MARCH 19, 109!
VOL. iXSII,-3ni?.D 3EEIE3.
for Infants ahd Children.
Iteookaiena itas superior to any prescnpUGu-
r rwwr.merul itassuranor toanyprescnpaou- i
known, to me." II. A. A&chtx, 51. D.,
Ill o. Oxford EL, Brooklyn, N.
' Th nwf ' Castorfa fo so universal and
t3 merits so well known tliat ft seems a work
,f Buot-reroc-at on to endorse iC Fevr ar tne
StS"retina;e8 who io .not keep Cartuna.
! ! ( New York City.
Late Taster Bloominsdalo lieformed Church.
-d - V "
f JUL. .is
MY STOCK OF
I i,l I Hrt Xo'-fh in it iftwv davs for the purpose of making
a.hfifrm to mv Vlock of iW Onnls. : Waleh this space.
.t will loHo vour advantage to
- 1 .
,Miin Street Knox's old Stand.
ffha Leamn Furmiuro
U t j
Js nov oily rin;
the LaiLiv.-t nivd
tin e ever lVrouj;h't to this place.
PAHLOIl SUITS! i
M -hair C;uh Pluli .at':;-WC.OO. Finuir
.priii- Sr.! .00. : . .
Silk Ph'u at .jO.00. Fotnur price,
00.00. - '
Wv.u Plush at v J-CO. - Fomicr pi ice,
lilAK('S AND OI1GANS.
ilt-tix ar.tl White Organs aud' Dcrl.tr
Uros., (Shu kciing iV -Sous and Whlelock
LED i'lOOM SI' ITS!
Antiipac Oak, Antique Ashe, Cherry and
Walnut at pi ici & that defy ci liipctit'u.n. ,
A LAKGE STOCK
Oi i ; t'lias, !Mntti cs-sr p of all Kit ds
Spiiipg l.eds, Work Tables for Ladie,
Picitui ts ai:d Pit urc Fi anic of every stle
nml quality ahvtus in stock, or will be
inado to order on short notice at ri&son
able Slv.s. ; -
. - A larc stock of Babj Garriagts uHh
ire wheels at 7.'30-.
Silk Plush Seat and Satin Tarasol Cur--riiiges
w ith wiie w heel at only $10.50.
Foi nurlv sold lor C'-2.o0.
I.EilTAKiyo DErAimiEKT! .
Sptcial atlc&tion given to mult rthkirg
ill all its branches, at all hours day and
Pai ties .wishing my services at niyht w ill
at my residence on Bank street, ia
Thanking mv lVieuds Jind the l ul h
generally for past patronage and yakhign
coutinttance of the. same, I am,
Yours trnxious'.to please,
G-. W. WltlGSIT,
Leading Fy'raitufo Dealer
Kill1 Woniii, gives sleep, and promotes H-
'WitotiD;urious medication. , .J
w For several year? I have recommended
your ' Castoria, ' and shall alwaya continue 10
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
" EnwixF.PARDCT.H. P.,:
Tho Winthrop," 125th Streei and 7th Ave.,
Kew York City.
' et Vww .Vnoff
BELONGS TO .
i3 tJ0 Ofe sStrnb
..... -v,.. mrim slwn. and Droiu
and . c
tto so.- . -
mm ana uswier
RY. - - .
'est Assorted Stock of Furni-
plV S lira o ?
fey iLu'iiiiid .jjv
Goas Cannot Win tve Heart.
Gems c.mnot wia the heart, ,
Though raire and bright
Hay be their light,
Can tkfy true joy impart ?
! Lifo'shidden;deepnv,terioti5stnng3!"P pu.er w lie i
ver touched by these "cold, glittering summoned to the presence of luurk
i, " What, though the rn.-raond's blazs
.May lovely seem,
And like a glorious dream
Jl.iy ba its spurklhig raVs;
They never light the waves which onward roll,
Tlifc surging waters of the struggling soul!
" Give, says 1 e lonely henrt,
Not ji.'Wtl? Iroru the niiiie-'
For these I do not pine
I UieVj crave no part.
Richer and dcarci- are' the trifts I crave
Withheld them r:ot my lite they'll bless aud
save. . - . ;
Affection's tender care,
Love shining in the eyes
Of those wh(se love we prize,
These make our pathway fair;
These nre the gifts 1 crave: gold ennhot hny
These jewels; these alone can bless and satisfy.
For the Watchman.
DELIVERED BEFORE GARY ALLIAXCS IiE
CE N T L Y WOMAN AND HER IN
FLUENCE IIEK SPHERE..
Mr. President v-vl Got'Jenie":
I will n-t detain you long; it kIkiI-1
a short talk and to thejjoint. And
I hope nu one will think me. presump
tions in trying to talk a little occa
sionally in our meetings, for I'll assure
vou ic is riot my intention to present
you an epicurean feast of eloquence or
o display any or my rhetoric, but
meicly to vary the entertainment and
ren ter our proceedings not quite so
Mv subject -to-night i, "Woman
and her influence for good."' It is an
old subject, a subject that commenced
away back yonder immediately after
the creation or man; and ever since
then silver-tongued orators have her
aided her prai
ami sne tots neon
immortalized by the sculptor and the
painter, and in song by the poet. 1
can almost hear some one say: It vou
advance the- doctrine here to-night
that woman's - influence, 'has alwavs
been for good, I will go back to the
creation and refute all ' Ivour argu
ment b. My brethren, I am net going
to say so, and let me te-Hjyou: Adam
was abiiut as much to blakne as. Eve.
He should h'ajje retistel the? temptation,
lint aside from all that we are bound
tj admi! that her inn'iiife i or good
lias been for centuries o:
c!ie corridors !' time and1
nated in the redemrtion of npi lions of
tho.-'e who are nc
w at 'rot1 on the other
side of the tiver. Her,' intlr.ence pe:
nieatco every grade' of society, from the
bstatclv n;aiiMo:i to the humme cottage.
from the- f'rezen regions of the North
co the vine-clad hills of tlte Sov.tii.
My brethren, all of us have had a
raothcr, and there" is not a man in this
room who can remember his mother
but will admit that her .teaching and
in' uene have been following him all
the days of his life. I c;ln remember
when young antl di: -posed ,to be way
ward my mother would put her hands
on my head and sav, k,Mv sou, if sin
ners entice thee, consent thou no
and it has been ringing in my ears ever
d it will cont.nue to ring m
them as long as 1 live.
0, woman, .venerated arid lovely
woman, how often have men kneeling
at thv shrine render-..-! homage and
administered to thy transcendent ex
Bk-ssh-.g-3 on t'ne har.d of wrmian, !
. Antls guaid it.; s'reata aial uYace,
Io the piila.ee, cottag-'.', hovel.
O, no matter wSure tho pla-e. j
iVould that never ?torm. assailea if p
Kaiuhot-.vs ever pentiy curk-il,
Is the Lai:
u thul luk-s the world,
the 1: And of woman,
Falle.-r., sons and daughters cry:
A'i'f the s;-tj?rod son is ndiiglcl.
With the music in the sky y ;
'dingles where no tempest darken?,
Rainbow.- evermore are htu'e i,
Per the hand that rocks the cra2Ie
Is the hand (that rules the would.''
I might mention a host of nol.de,
g!f-sacriticing women, whose influ
ence for good wjil last as Ipng as time.
I might mention-Miss Di$(, who came
to North ('arolina during jthe sitting
of the legislature and v. hose infiuencd
and eloquence nida'ced thai body to
appropriate lands tor the
taat building down yonder
unfortunate insane ' of the1 State are
housed. I might menjioji " Fiorence
Nightingale, during the Cj'imcan war,
as the liitted from cot to cot trying to
alleviate the suffeiings of the wounded
soldiers, and whose inttuehce was so
great that if she were! present a
wounded soldier-would submit to anv
klni of surgical operation! without a
murmur. I might mention Joan of
Arc,' who led the French rrtoops as no
one else could have led
might mention Queen Elizabeth and
her influence over that accomplished
atemau and skillful im
Wniter Raleigh, who in
bility would have lived and died in
obscurity had it. not bein for that
great queen. I might nention the
wife of President Hayes, vitho revolu
tionized Washington society, and
prove! herself a genuine! j heroine bv
jjluiishiiig the wine cup! fvoin the
hresident s state dinners.
J 1 might mention Cleopatra, the
Ieaatifui queen oi Egypt,! toad her in
iliiehce over Mark Anion f-r Though
l r ujerly sneakim' noh iilJi-" iaflnpin-(
fcr tjood, yet she was crnjinj out the.
oi l aphorism that self-prcsnrvation' ia
the first law of nature. Sha knew if
Octavins got her in his power he
would curry htr to Rome to grace his
A nxony. ft ae knew, as sue sailed down
the river CiJnu3 in that magnificent
bare, with silken awnings, propelled
by beautiful girls, exactly what would
happen. Mark Antony hail been an
ambitious leader until he saw Cleo
patra; then all his ambition oozed out
at the end of his -fingers. Sir, we may
search creation over from the first
that ever guessed to the latest who has.
philosophized on the subject,- and all
history, experience and observation
will sustain me in the assertion that
o:ie true woman lias more mHuence
than a hundred inert Talk abont
man's influence! It dwindles into in
significance when compare I to that of
woman, lie needs her refining influ
ence to curb his boisterions nature.
Sir, I have seen, daring" the last war.
when it was announced that a woman
was goingthrough the camp, scores of
men camefrom their tents, with no
idle curiosity, but to see the sight.
And I have seen them as they stood
and looked, and as they thought of a
wife or a mother cr a sister at home
came into their minds, strong men
Talk about woman's sphere! 'The
true womaitvas God intended her, is
never out of her sphere She is in
her sphere at the couch of the tor
tured sufferer, in visiting the eon
dunned wieteh in prison, and in going
to the cross of the neglected Savior.
These are the theatres uoon which her
grandest triumphs have been achieved.
L. G. Rogers. Sec'y.
' Th3 D.'ary Ioe-Honso.
A subserib-ri'.sks alout iee-honses,
whether the walls should be built with
dead air space- or it lied with tan bark;
what is' the bct bottoih, and whether
it should be tile-drain. 'd or not, and
what is the bot coveiiuv; for the ice?
If an absolute dead air space co,;I i
be obtained that would be b st, but,
witli things us thev an, it is better to
lie walls, and sawdust is Uctter tn.ui
The ice hone
l.'C built to
that surface water cannot ; t under
trie ice from the outside. A 11 s,r d
gravel isthe best, and
is i.ece-sary if the so",
there is natural drain;
h'Ucil in a
r if p;;1 i ;i it in
laav be so.'ead
over the nravt.1, il-itsiicl
ice is put in.
. The ice should be cut in regular
s. piutes, packed as closely as possible,
and tilled in with snow; if i.o snow
use small pieces of ice; don't use water.
Sawdust may be spread over the top-oi
ice when ul,l in aud over it marsh hvlt
ah I oat straw. If no sawdust can be
had use marsh hay for covering - rather
A house twelve by twelve by twelve
feel will hold one hundred tons of ice'.
To build such a house 1 he sills are to
be. two by twelve, bedded level on th.
ground, tho inner studs two by six,
sheathed on both side-: with common
boards, the outside to be covered with
felt paper, the space foranal by sheath
ing to be tilled by tanbark cr sawdust.
The outer studding to be two by lour,
spiked to outside of keathiug and cov
ered with common siding, leaving a
space under frieze and above base oi
three inches. The plates t-o be the
same as studs, two by twelve, rafters
two by four, roof shingled. Ventila
tors in top should be two feet six inch
es square. Doors doubled and tilled
The w hole bill of lumber is as fol
lows: Eight pieces, two by twelve by
fourteen, for sills and plates; thirty
pieces, two by six by twelve, for inner
studs; rive pieces two by six by twelve,
for hip rafters and collar beams; thirty-eight
pieces, two by four by twelve,
for rafters and ventilators; 7oJ feet
siding, fourteen feet long; 2,000 feet
c minion boards for sheading, doors
roof, etc.; twenty-four puces fencing,
surfaced, twelve feet long, for corner
boards, etc.; eighty yards building pn-
i per; 3,000 shingles.
This bill will put up an ice-house or
the capacity named for about $100, and
it will b 8100 well invested. o:i any
good-sized dairy farm. Farm, Field
i ci n .
It is not generally known that one
orHho best specifics for diptheria is tin
nnre iuice of the nine; pole. It is ; ho
valuable in cases ot indigestion.
The best external application
headache (especially nervous h.eadairlie)
is nennerment essence. It will
re luce swelling on
caused by scrofula.
g I an us or
Use insoles and save stockings and
discomfort. The best ones are made
of calfskin; worn out boot tr.ps will do
as far as they go. If too pliable paste
them in. Thev will wear.
For the first time, in the history, of
the city all the saloons in Savannah,
Go., were tightly close 1 the other Sun
day. The new mayor determined to
eiiiorce the Sunday law, and when the
- 1 s m arose there was a policeman in front
of every ahou to see that the order
" i 'i; . ' i " l l .
ilui ".he liquor men ar. iuJignant."
wusreritorceu. llie ciinaiicier reci'nis
Planting an Orchard.
Farm. Field and Stoekmia.
The scarcity of fruit the past year
and the conserjusnt high prices prevail-
ing has given iircre;tWd interest to fruit
In what vn writo l::iv:' in
mind the che.m 1.k3? of th nt!.. '
west. . As to the advisability of incre.is- j went (io;vn' i:l,Je dimisiished, debts ac
cd acreage in the older sections tho?c C;liau:ltwl t:iXt i!lC!'e:'Sp l (' propor
who are on the ground can betttr juth lVn.to t!l'--iLilifry to pay), and 'a wave
than we. of disaster swept' over, the country,
In the fir.it place there is yet nearlyttre'n'in" wrecks everywhere and leav
enough fruit raised, taking our country i ln" ;i! i,';J'nuv prostrate. Hence the
as a whole. This statement mur not ' PeoH NV:ir.lt inor" money to bring back
be readilv nceentpdhv ...Ia wk", ! the eonditiois of a few years ago.
in sections where it is largiv raided
and there stnhs to h i.i-,ntK,..:nf. ,..,r!-
M. ..... , .,j .,..v,
ket for their surplus, and it has to beilS,'lL m-:1-Ll to th- h-giti-nat
fed to stock. But there are other !ar-e ! pKj;;et;iry ctrculatio: and relieve th
sections uhrrn pvwi f bo.mt. n.mmA ! industrial interests .f th" country.-
kind of fruit, the
."i-plc, n only known
when bought; three or a half-dozen
possibly for a nickel. To have them by
the hushej, is not thought of. A v.iig
on load, or a hundred bushels to put
in the cellar for winter use, is not even
one of the dreamrs as to the futme.
lo have tnetn to cook and eat
uui wig suiuuier is among trie tum
i... , .
not in -the calculations:. Now
should like to havs fruit so plentiful
that it might be in some form for daily
consumption during the whole yar,
and until this period is reached th-::v
will be nee l for increased fruit raising. I
io reaca this end. there needs to lx
several Chang s. In s.cta;:s where (
fruit of our preeul hiu.ls do well ard
a. r .. . i :
the stippiy is yet limited, t trve needs
to l;e an increased ;:rta devfdtd to fruit.
no arginutut should be need-d
induce eveVv farmer and lot
plant until the-homo demand is satis-
iied. Sac.i a section is this
As to its adaptability to fruit it m tv
not equal some of the farfamed fniit i
11 ts, but thii is.no qui scion about its i m wator-i lerc jt i:- Otherwise
b.mg an txcellcnt one. The climate;! 11 :i!Hng would .be there, at least noth
attittide and sod oi5 the country are ! 111 lilc fo:':u v'1 !'in'1' ""'dihig but
favoraide, froiii a theoretical point of ! t!lc p,''f!,i lll!1str!,0! of ti:e Hi:iC!Pa!
view- ap.u exenenee has proved th:
pr.ictiei'.l part oLir. Hat it is a weli
admitted fact tliat there is not nearly
emmgh. raised for home cousumj.'tiou.
Not one-tenth, of the families on tin?
t' irips jiave any tiling like a lull sa-p.;dy.
Dae-ilalf ape dependent upon the fast
diminishing will f
or a sea:
iily during the
'ery tew nave been educated to ecu-!
stant use of even the common 'fruit?.
notspeaking of the ..more choice kinds.
Now, here i- room for a great n-'1
l-trgement in this direction. If there)
is not enough for horn. consu;untioo I
some idea is. given' of the want, that ex -
ists ins, ctions where fruit raising is at-!51
ia :r eii.nriv tutr'.i to rr.nr i t -?i i
tended with irreai diliiculii, s. I
I'oriioii:. in liii4 seetion in i
which the shioping aunaiuts to con-
.lit 1 1 i - i i n . i i t . , x- O . . ' ! . , !
Hut t la re is a demand of shipai.mt
there is no question. As to whether it
pays to ship may depend upon two con
sideration. First the hi-rh cot of
transjiortatiiU!. This i.s nerhaps the
l.ist serious drawb.ick from the fact
that it is a question of which the shi;-
i as n o
wrongs t! at are
to be ri;;l
t - j . I V -.
tidentiaily exoect attention to this, but
l . J - i i
its u;scuiMn properly
uer another head. ihii-ot is or.e to
which farmers and the farm pr -ss are
giving earnest alt. nTion, atid wj utay
expect relief in the near future.
Ih-e condition if too irmt o'a red
for mark-ctiug is one that the fruit
rai ;er has larg.-iy ihe coutr.d of. . Ii
n .v,.ll '-.in A7 f .. f ( 1 O 1
i. t i i an j j,io. b no
a demand for t he 1.
t or-.dtud ;
prices, ii me nest is proanc
It tne best ! orodoc-f a t:on toe
next, noiiit is to our it on t!K m
We have been much interested re
cently in studying the success of Cali
fs rni i fruit raUers in shipping their
fruit to t lie-faraway Eastern markets
and selling iu competition with that
raised near by. It is said that while
the California fruits are tine s xaie of
them hick in flavor, as compared with
fruit that is raised- hen ; yet the
main reason for this .success in s 'hug
k in Ci bet r eon lition in which ir
is olfen-d. for sale; that it com-s ;.!.ra,s J
the continent in more salable state than i
that which is only shipped a few nu;
This being true it only reme.ins lor
other sections to a lopt letter methods
f r.is-ii!7.-i)iekinr. and. tite like Cal-
d'orniaus. have the t
f-nl - l 1 I U
ii. ill 'ii.i
iies that shippers, can aers, evaporators,
and trati-spv r ation companies will be
m!iwded in lookiniT after it. As to
the details of orchard raisin-, we w ill .j
refer to it again. J. - iUcn.
Hi vet dale, Mo
On Iraa Cciaare-
It is jist about the same as the
grinding of corn or wheat at the mills.
Vou take vour gram to the un
have 'it ground and take home the pro
duct, less the toll, in meal or flour.
So if you have silver bui iou of proper
lineuess you take it to the mint and
hive it coine h or receive in return t-he
amount of coin ' would make. , --abject
lo whatever details a;:d couditioiis
Tiiay -be eaautyd in J he law. h ms i.
ail there is of i! , and this is tne ia-v
that itovv nrevaiis in lag.od to -g.au
But iS vve iU.VOj Said 1 1 ni
anu again, uie pcopie a. c u'M- nucirsv-
1 1 ,i- , . . t-... I--
i td ill the gld
"n I j ' r. ... r.; pv ! o-. ak of i-s '.v. r 'hanging thatched roof,
iu the best possih.e con t.tion. 1-x- ! 'v , , " i i- i -i i
amine the market report and see thei.P Hytwil bui.d
range of the pries as to almost every j n -r u-l oere and jo bimpg goM,lucic.
Product of the farm off; red. ' A lA fet' 'Nldlo!
i product. What they want is a. fpecr
! circulation -of money. Thev beiian
,Jasinss tAhvr on the farm, iiT M
s;,ni) or ht''n1 thv counter, at tl
t'0c'. t!le 'v.:ir' u';'il a plethoric ci
cuiation. I'nees wore Insrn and trade!
W:lS active. Contraction csime, prices
rp, , ,1,1 , . .,
.ev iupo in.ar, oy resturing stiver
t!' P"'- t occupkvl from 1703
i'rogressive jf armor,.- Mount Vernou,
Th2 Fykes of Holland
TIIEIll Ar?EAHANCE AND nOW THEY PRO
TECT THE. LAND AND ARE PROTECTED.
A certain zealous dame is said to have
once atteiHpteJ to . sweep the ocean
away with a broom. The dutch ' have
been wiser t'han thh. Thev are slow
and deliberation prefers clay and soil
masonry. tvsiowiv anu deliberate v.
1 U 1
ykes, those great hi; 1-1 ike wlTrKof
ceii'':le!1 :U! S''IC' h:iVe l'iscn to the
buiz -ting wave.
Aii .l t he funny p ai t
UL llK ' sKii.iui.y sianieu
lvlvc"i on the outride witliHIat
siwiifa lii io iad ejiorts oi in-e tnuniping
wves-to .3at tr.om down only
The.-e 1 lol'iand dvlces are among the
v.-o4! lers cf the world. 1 cannot say for
how many miles they stretch along the
coaat and throughout the interior; but
you may be sure that wherever a dyke
to keep back tne encreacii-
or ii .
di.i ill r a
seeks ita h vcl
N i . 1
;p:o.ig a leak,''' and if
o at o ae ierTii.ie results
iw. ; n tnr.Mteaed Maces
onc.d at iahaveis a '.id
t-; o::r.; n
ot ii'i in dit and
tl.B first -sign of danger
ev:rv uaiCii n in witoni no ;r;n-r or me
artiing hell is ready to rus'n to the
'csie. I. on the weak soot .is dis-
crcd. vh ;t do vou thi'-k is used to
ei, i ne emegencv.;
d the em-gencv.:J What but straw
-evervv here else considered the. most
! '"''v iu thc;h::n-' !)8 Jutcl has
vvi!l ofmMZ. Woven into huge
-i---' --t .i. . . s..-
H1'i!s ilra Sl c'l' ' agam.t the
. ...... . - ..-.. ..0
Aiu.mt, it d
tes eviii a rusinin
ll-; ;. L" -! ST'V u,e
. :V U
V la:d lo )
v t ii i w . i a
ev are aia'a ami wide.
with tine caia
e road - oa top, some-
ies lined with buildings and
Lying on o
j on a h- 1
m side of them, and nearly
rith the ed,;e, is the sea.
oi river, as t!:e case may be
the il.io fields siretcliing
iv along . ;u tueir
- voo.s sometioie, aie lower man
. he siimin" rut ol liu walc-r.
t'nv,; -qaattiiig on the shore can-ted-.o.q
lite a bird'seye view of the laud
sc ipe, and lit tit? hsh wriggle their tails
h',-,'i-.er t ban the tops of the . willows
m-ir 'y. i'orr s loolc complacently
d).vn o.-o'-i the beli towers, and men
i:i r'.Ali and CM:ai bords sometime
hen tin y arc passing their friend
'd rage only by seeing the smoke
i ;;s ( ii.mncv, or pern;.vs ov I tie
c .i t v
!-:! th f , ,(.-.!). 1 IVU.'J fhf
el to t has perch;
; ;i : , l
Troii Around Eethany Academy.
cor. cC tiie Wiieb-nar..
The sehcol at the academy will close
21st. An entei tainm?nt or an
exhihitiou will be the exercise for the
last d y. If I were not one of the iinm
bVr, L woi.il say command I would be
!:Ui'tf VO'l Wli
V(;ur-.e!f. Bat 1
:-.; l... . .. .c i.i iiiuii .i ws. l.u until
i taiuui.-nL 'out t!ie mi. sic a'n sure will
I f.av ir il.'i civ .pei t. Ihe nu re
me'atlo.-rof the i'rof. Kirks will cou-
-j v.nce inauv oi tms, out oestue iue;r
j violin, there will he a guitar and cor-
U '-'J.II ' Ii ii.il'. -j .
u:ni an i ana Kiuuieu dis
II- 1 1 T
ease.; still linger in the vicinity.
Mr. Crowed, who-c sad accident we
rep-o:ted a sliort ti.n siuef, ha. never
li .d the use-of hi-; ?.od since he recciv-
O i o '. .
'e has .steadily
ill maiiv fr.e,nls mv anxio.islv
w .tchtu : tor ihe c.
s u conna
S nee the above was
Crowell has .tied.
Cant. Lvell started south
ma e lue ev
i h v a.e f r sale. If
Ii,? tils sellTtrg he will bring them back
and hold theni d-ver sumnu-r, at his old
camp. Tht;s dies the la-t vestige ol
Active oiierations on the Alliance
-lore at H-akwell, began Tuesday,
i'he wo. a will be pas iel rapiuly, and
vc.rv .-ooii th" stuie vvdl be in active
'liiUbeis will s-oo.i be o;
...e ji mnd i Ji' ...lOia.r s.ore.
" . i 1
i. OI ...lOv.U
Gold it 1. M.u-cii iu.
C:;iidfi Cry ibr Pitcher's Ooria.
, ! " " ... ' -
Wilitho Wits. . - ' I
Go to the ant, thon sloprgar'ls3
Il-nv nuieh she labors uselessly; . " v
Aii ! then your thank to licaven tt-II -That
you know how to re?t ?o wllf.
Washington Postl -
The Oi l Man is Wealthy: Goslin
If ILss Scadd's face is her fortune, she
doesn't rate very high. Dolly- Hr
pa value is much above hr face value. '
Xew York Sun. 7 . ' ' .
Lrrre and War: Sputts-lt is 'staled; -' 1
that all is air in love and; war, but
there is one great diffeieiiiie bttw;i
thetn. Sloobmn per What" is it ' ;
Spatts--hi 1 jve the fighting rloj;
begin until after tire engagement i :
over. New York Sun. -
Too faraway: Firt Hanker Wh:t
0! t of a man U you r eashier? Sec
ond llanker I U is beyond . renroachi '
First Hurker Indeed ! Secon.l Uan
ker Yes. He reached .Canada hist;
night. MtiRsev's Weekly.
Sirs. Spoony Will you love mn l
justas much, (btrling, when I am old? 1.;
Mr. S. More, Lydia; you won't he S4
silly then. '
An Irish doctor recently reproved :t
friend for his too liberal use of brandy.'
"Bah !" said the latterT'! drank vt
it since I was a boy; and I'm CO.'"
kkVery likely," replied the doetorT ''but
if you had never drank of it perhirp.i
you would now be 70."' -
"Was your elopement a success?'
father telegraphed us not to re-'-. '
tun? ar..l all wouid be forgiven."
liar tier's Iktz ir. i; t
The Rejiortor the Head. Algie:
"T heard a repoii tliat Ch ippie iell
hist, night, and hurt his head." '
Gus: -;WtJI, there's nothing in it,-'1 "
New York Herald. - . .
Chicago's trouble.--The - latest"
scheme lor th ? (.'Ii-n.-agoan-s- is to dupli- ' -cate
the Tower of HaY.,d. The confu- -sions
of tongues already xisU:i tluvt
poiy gbt ci i y . India n apol is NeyVs. .
Debtor: "You can't collect that. -from
me, sir.'v , ' ,
Collector: "NuV ' !
Debtor: ".No, you can't get bluod
out of a turnip,"
Collector (in disgust): "Apparently?
not; neither can I get blood 'but of a...--beet;"
Tv xas Sif tings. fes-; I -
"IlHlo, Dolly; what's -fhaU
on vou a a chain i
That i.s a therniemettii
ChoKy: "Did it go down to zewo,
when Miss Moneybags cut your"
Cheat nie in the price rather than hi.
No man was-ever decieved by another
so seriously as by himself.
. IF that is not open to conviction is
not qoahh'ed ior discu.siiju. l"
What wcknow is very little, but what .
we are ignorant of is immense."
Attwenfy the will reigus, at thirty
the wit, and at forty the judgement...
There aresoniepeojde who,Hkeu new -song,
i.re in vogue only for a time.
Unworthy offspring often boast ot
their worthy descent, and hove desccn- t.
ded a long w:ay. - - ,
It is" to be feared that they who ui..r-v-ry
where they do not hive will love -where
they do not many.
The man w ho has, however itnper-ceptill-yelpcjdinjho
work of the uui- -verse,
has liveil The plain' man" ei
ves the world, by his action, and aa u
wdieel in the machine: the thinker ser
ves it by his intellect, and a .u lights
upon its path.
Let thesftulent not grieve too much
because of unfit associates. When he
sees how much thought he owes to tho
disagreeable an ta goir.san of various pel -sons
who pass 'and cross hinv he can -easily
think that in a society of perftcc
"sympathy, no word, no' act, no record
Facts Briefly Stated.
A Ion of gold is worth S3' J2,700 2 J.
There are orie hundred George '
SuiitSis in -Lynn, Mass.
New York spends about $1,000,000 .1
a ear in banquets. . -
An inch of rain means one hundred
ions ot water on e.vry aerv. ,..
The last bank failure ir. Baltimore
was in 1S37 lilty-three ears ago.
It is estimated that Indian wur
havy-cost the government $7,00,000 '
Tea is now probably in daily ue aik -a
beverage by one half uf.-lh-j popuh.-1
t:on of the world. '
It would fake a freight train cot;-
sisting or ti.u iy-nve c.n s io trail -pj. &
6 1,UU,J,000 l.t peiiuie . "
A Spanish potato raise I at Chirk
vilie, ia., t Uis-seasn, was four It .
and eight inches in length. ' "
I ; I irlur liViir:li.lM i-iren ,ll v! :l iex f MA f
plant "dualies" or scuds i'uiah a irts.r ' .-,
crop of tender jo.ng slwoi i " .
roi.n twciny-five times in the 'iioui&s :.'.
a grow ing -and picking "season of niUfX ' .