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THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT.
Ill I'opuliitlun and Arctiltrcmral Ken I area
-The Uurheraud tforilllcailoiwt nc.
The population of Alexandria bas iu
creased from G.OOO, a centurj ago, to
300,000 ut tbo present ilu J. The modern
city is built on the isthmus connecting
the mainland with the inland of Tharoj
imd on the inland itself. The now
ttreets, like;tho rus IUs-el-Tccn and the
rue de Meidan, present the aspect of a
European city, but in the Turkish quar
ter tho strcots are narrow and dirty.
The now embankment along the eastern
harbor, and the new buildings on tho
great square of Mthemct Ah have added
greatly to the attraotivunfss of the city.
The palace cf the pasha aud the lofty
luirem first strike the str. nger's atten
tion on entering the city. Among tho
other large buildings are the custom
house, tho arutnul, the mulicul, naval
aud other sehoali. Tho Flace Mtbemet
All. or granu square u me ..., fBrmer .yial,0UsiUi as!,iug wuat breeds
where-the Kro,.ter part of the Kuwcre j of catUo aro bcpt Mlited to Texas cii
in tho recent riots took place, is the , . . .
centre of European Alexuudria. Iboj
onier nouses recall souiewiiui. iuuce vi
Italian sea ports. On this square are j u,k intelligence and
piiru-ipal hotels, bankers, Hteaniship iuJ(lbry The cjw that is ueeded in
ollices, aud the dwelhtigs of most of th0 .nM jg ouo tLftt wiU not onlv como Uj,
consuls. At each extremity of the t(J l)0 BlUkoJf Unt alat) without bo
square is a fountain, which at sunrise j iug tl,(J foftJ. time,( UatJ the miik ,,aji,
aud Miusvt is surrounded by Arabs per- I ffllsh Mt .)r0,)frl auJ tLo iaB
forming their ablutions. The pa-ba's
p.ilace is. tiuuly situated fa. iug tbo rea,
and is surrounded by beautiful gardou.4.
Tuo grand staircase is of Ctrran mar
ble. Tiie bu'idings of the huivm stand
opposite the palace.
TLe form o tin land ou tvh'ch
"Scandaria" the name by which Alex
andriti ii now known to the Arabi has j
been described as like a Macedruiau j
cbul.iuns, or solditr's mantle. There:
is a pri'ji'ctiug pi niusiil.i into- the Meilt-
teriMUeuu whioh at the point spreads:
out to east and west, forming two bays,
that ou the west bei g now tbe mo.lern j wol,ia i,,. fri.,th moro frv.tien'h
Inn bur of Alexandria. This was secure! than there is at the table of the cattle
from cvety wind b .t that from theUg. vi,a is needed is a steer who will
northwest, aud to avoid this a bleak i,lUl.u.r hiuiM'lf, take otf his own hide,
wuter was begun ten or twelve years ; ttUd bavin selected the choice parts of
uge; it rims from uoriiiea.'-t to south- j '118 anatomy, bring them to the ranch,
nest, u.id ii now makes the harbor safe! aud baud them in at the kitcheu door
from any wind tbit Maw. The old j 10 the cattle kin with his eoniplimeu's.
ri'.aros is m. .orally supposed to have : Of course tbere would be no objection
bren at : the. eastern end of the peuln-j to the beef coming into tho kitcheu and
siila; the buy ou the east was in aneieut ! broiling one of his own steaks for tho
tiu;os culled the Great Harbor, and j tabli of the cattle king, but we can
that one ou the west called the Pi rt of j hardly expect that much intelligence
Eauostui. Both of these ports seeui to and accommodation from a dumb brute,
have been uiilicult of uevess, from sunk That Texas has to stnd North for al
locka abuutthe entruuees. The entrance most everything that is used, is not the
tJ tho present harbor is still iu a condi-1 fault of the Tixaus at all, but is due to
tion which requires great cantiou, aud the lack of intelligence and industry on
vessels ulnavs tuke ou board au Arab the part of our domestic ar.itua s. Vbv
pilot before doing so. Tue passage is ' do not the cattle tan their ewu bides
voiy uairow, but once passed the sound-; and thus obviate the necessity cf im.
ings are deep and the at-cborage good, porting hides, aud eventbiug that is
The objects which attract the wmtor made i f leather ? Why is it thut the
as he enters the harbor are tue number Tex is sheep have not yot the capacity
of forts er I atterios along the sandy ; to establish acd macage a woolen fac-hii-Lts
where tho palace Mauds. They ' tjry? As it is, the best they can do is
are of unous forms and sizes. Nov jr. to laiso the wool, which is shipped
having gone along tho ground on which North, aud comes back as clothing, for
tuoy stand it is impossible to describe which wo pay very high prices. It is
them iu detail ; it will be enough to say very evident 'that our breeds of domestic
that the whole length of these heights animals are susceptible of improvement,
are covered with i beta, they command ( They have not got sufficient energy and
the passage which ships mint take iu ; intelligence, and consequently many of
coming i:i to pa-s the br. a water. tho farmers, were it not for 'imported
There are huge and formidable bat- j coudened milk, oleomargarine and
U ries round the lighthouse at tho other : CJrnea beef, would almost starve to
end of tho breakwater. It is ou the . lIeuth) aml i it wert, not for lhs im
sllUd mlge where Arabi Pasha is taM to p)rUvi t.lothing they would go bare
wcouMtucun' otttu-ric-. ami tue .pies-;
t'ons asked in Pailia ui nt are silent
to the ixisting defensive works whica i
! ;i -e been visible to even ono enterin
Alexandria for years past. These forts 1
were all.neavily armed some) c:rs ago bv :
Ismail Pusha, as he expected an attack j
from the Saltan when there wai a
dispute about authority ar.d vessalage.
A .i'ii P.idia may bo adding to or im-j
proving these works, but he4tii'inot ro-
quire any more butteries to drive ships
of war aay, for it would be useless to
bombard these forts unless there was a
r'ulhVient force to land and carry
them by ass.inlt. Those sea batteries
are the nnl defences of Alexandria; the
town itself is surrounded by au old wall
of tho med io a! kind, which would
t tTer no difficulty to an attaching force.
A large rock at the tnirauoe of the
great artificial harbor obliges ships to
be piloted iu zizig fashion dnnpg ihe
day, while at night they cannot enter at
all. In stormy weather large vessels
sometimes remain outside for days, fear
ing; they will ba east upon this reef, if
they attempt to enter. The Alexandria
harbor is a work of lesser magnitude
ban the Suez CUoul, though its local
importance is greater. The outer break
water, two miles long, is more than
that distance from the qnaye, while a
spit of land curves round to it, so that
where ih- Darrow deep-water channel
lies the whole interior area is protected
from wind and wave. BreakwaUrs,
quays and jetties are a'l sound, sol-d,
honest work, anl do great credit to
Messrs. Greenfield, the contractors, who
labored eight years upon it. It bad
formerly been nipposed that Port 8aid
would, to some extent, rival Alexan
dria, and take much of the trade from
her. Such, however, has not proved to
be the case, and the older harbor, with
its) splendid nndern works, has held its
Walter Malley, since his acquittal,
has been making himself obnoxious by
pointing out one of the Stati's witnesses
on the street. If the Malley boys don't
behave themselves pretty quietly now
they will find their homestead an un
healthy place. The New Haven people
are not any too well pleased over that
A Ciiekasaw Indian has been en
trusted by the American Bible Society
with five hundred Testaments, which
he is distributing to his fellow Chicka
Domestic Auiuials in Texas.
If a stranger, traveling in Texas, were
to arrive, for the first time, at a large
cattle ranohe, he would fix bis mouth to
revei in frefh milk, genuiue country but
ter and other produces of the dairy. He
would seo cattle to the right of him,
cattle to the left of him, and also ia
front aud behind, but when it carne to
actually luxuiiating in the country pro
duets rvfeircd to, ho might just as well
"banc his mouth up ou a nail," to U30
the Oormin simile, for if there is one
place in the world where frosh butter
and milk is scarce, it is at the ranehe of
cue of the cattle kings. If there is any
milk on tho table at all. it is condensed
iniik from New Yok, and the butter is
ol tho fragrant oleomargarine variety,
fresh from tho dairies of St. Louis. 1 f
there is any boef on the table, the
c'unuces are that it is corned beef frcm
We have received a letter from a
ou the subject. The Wiseou jin farmer
... ,, ,(,u,M B j,,foror
herself ou a stool, milk herself until the
pail is full, alter which she wil. baud it
to the cattle quein wi n a polite bow.
That's the kind of a cow best suited to
the climate of Texas. If tho cow has
sufficient intelligence to learn to churn,
make but or, take it. to town and sell it,
she would be highly apprt ca'ed. As
i-. is, the Ti.vis cows do nothing all day
loo but to graze and loaf arouud ou
l tie piaine.
The Texas steer lias also many dis
erepunees. lie is entirely too luzv, II
j us ,,, ri(,bt kind of au animal then
f,jotol all the wav up -! Texas Siftin-.
If jou distrust your own powers oi
management, young sir, consult some
kindly disposed woman, when iu quest
of a wife ; never ask advke from a male
friend iu these matters. The stupi.U st
woman tha', ever was born is
bettur than the cleverest man in love
affairs. In fact, no man is a match for
a woman uutil he is married - not even
then. The worst of youug ruou is, they
never know their worth uutil it is too
late. They think the girls are difficult
to catch, whereas there is nothing so
easy, unless the girls are bet ter eugaged.
Indeed, a youug man sho lid always
have his mamma at his elb w to guard
him against the machiuati ins of the
fair. As, however, that cannot be, let
me urge you to be cautious what you
are about ; and as yon seem to have
plenty of choice, don't be mote atten
tive to one sister tlmn another, by which
yon will escape the red eyelids, and
also escape having mamma declaring
yon have trifled with Maria's or Sophia's
feelings, and all the old women of the
neighborhood denouncing your c n
duct, sod making up to yon themselves
fot one of their own girls, S ime ladies
ask a man's intentions before he is well
aware teat he has any himself ; but
these are the spoil sport order of women.
Most of them are prudent enough to get
a man well hooked before they hand
him over to papa. It is generally a case
of "Ask mamma" first. A man is not
always master in his own bouse.
Stock-Breeding In the South.
A few years ago such a thing as
thoroughbred cattle in the cotton States
was almost unheard of. Rocently, how
ever, there has been a decided change
in that direction, inspired by individual
enterprise as well as the establishment
of Mate agricultural colleges, where
stock-breeding, is very properly receiv
ing considerable attention. A case in
point ia the Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Mississippi, at Starkville,
where 3,000 persons assembled a few
days ago to witness the sale of thorough
bred and graded cattle. Over one
hundred head were disposed of at prices
ranging from f 10 np to $250, and there
were bidders f'om almost every county
in the S ate, including Governor Lowry
and ex-Governor Stone. Cattle raising
in Mississippi has reo iced a great im
petus, and promises ere long to share
the honors with King Cotton,
A clergjuian woo can preach three
sermons consecutively without mention
A man who will refrain from calling
his friend's speech a " happy effort."
A woman who remombers last Sun
day's tixt, but is unable to spaak
understaudiugly of the trimmings on
the bouuet of tho lady in the pew next
Au oditor who never feels pleased to
bavo his gcod things eredi'ed, or mad
when they are g'olen.
A pencil that is always iu tho first
pockit you put your hand into.
A raiu who has been a fool some time
during his life, aud kuowa enough to
keep the knowledge of it to himself.
A married man who does not think
all the girls envy his wife tho prise she
A married woman who never said,
"No wonder the girls dou't get married
nowadays; they are altogether different
from what they wore when I was a
An unmarried woman who never had
A mm who never intimated that the
economies of the univer.e were subject
lo his movements, by saying, " I knew
if I took an limb rills it wouldn't raiu, '
or some similar asinine remark.
A pocket-knife that is uevcr iu "them
A mother who never said she " would
rather do it myself" wheu she should
have t night her child to do that
A father who no or forgets that his
duties to bis children arc as many uud
as weighty as theirs to hioi.
A child who would rather not eat be
tweeu meals than at meals.
A converted brother who does not
exigerate his forsakou wiakedness
when relating his experience.
A person ugo or sex irumate'ial
who does not experience a dish of pride
upon b.'iu thought hat he is not aud
may never hope to be.
A b ittou ou the male garmeuture
that never comes off except wheu the
per-on who.-e m ssiou in life is to sew
buttons on is near at hand with her
A tinper who never complains of a
cold when asked to sing.
A woman who when caught iu her
second-best dress wiU m ike no upology
for her dreadful appearance.
Enter'aiuine c nests, either on a lurm.
j or a small scale, enters mote or less
I into tho soc'al life of most heads ol
I families; and whatever the number o!
I guests entertained, or w hatever i ireetion
the entertaiumi ut may take whether a
i dinner of four, era ball of four hundred,
j or an amateur performance with an
i audience of fifty, or a concert ilk an
j audience of two hundred each and all
; deiioiud au outlay of money iu a greater
j or less degree; and outside of the ques
tion of t xptnse is the equally important
one of the actual aud practical knowl
edge necessary for arranging and organ
izing entertainments of any kiud. These
may prove either grm'. successes or
gn at failures, according to the tact aud
judgment displayed; ua.l although no
doubt much depends upon individual
skill and good sense, yet to those inex
perienced in the matter of entertaining
guests, certain leading rules, suggestions
ar.d statistics cannot fail to be cf senioe,
and obviate many incongruities, mis
takes, f-isc which niiht otherwise
arise, more especially iu the catering
lepaituieiit. The upetiTH attendant
upon large entertainments have grown
so heavy irum foics of example, that
those possessing moderate means, bnt
hospitable proclivities feel themselves
debarred from enteriug the racks of -n
tertainers tbrotuh being utiablo to fol
low in the wake of more wealthy indi
viduals. Therefore, as they cannot
afford to do things well in tho orthodox
and conventional stylo, they think it
best to do nothlug at all in the way of
hospitality; thus many pleasant social
gatherings are sacrifice! a', the shrine
of custom, fashion aud expense. This is
greatly to be lamented, as, with taste
'.d judgment, entertainments suited to
every circle can be got up that will
afford complete satisfaction.
The Micrnsoopp as a Detective.
In Germany, some years ago, it was
discovered by the authorities of a rail
way that a barrel wLich, on being dis
patched from a certain station, con
tained silver coin, bad, duriug the
journey to its destination, been emptied
of its contents and filled with sand.
For some time to clew to the perpe
trator of the robbery could be discover
ed; but at length a learned professor,
having been consulted on the subject,
called in the aid of the microscope. The
piofessor went to work on the track at
om-e. lie, knowing that, even though
in the very minutest degree, there was
a distinctive difference in the sand
found near the various stations alon
the railway line, sent for samples of it
from each of the places through which
the train containing the silver ooin had
passed When the microscope he then
catefallr examined each sample, com
pared it with the sand found in the
birrel, and thus identified the station j
from which the latter had been pro- ;
cured Having, in this ingenious man- j
ner, found ont the station he wanted. '
little difficulty remained; for the rail- j
way servants employed at it, by oue of
whom the robbery had been committed, ;
were so few in number that the culprit
was readily detected. In this ingenious
rtanner the thief was found.
Pitka or silk grass, whicn is a native
of Mexico and the West Indies, can be
successfully grown in the South. It
can bo woven into the finest fabrics,
and would be a rival to king cotton.
The Other Mile.
A well known humorist has something
to say on a mnch-veied question which
cannot fail to please the ladies, wllo
must be tired of be ug lectured on their
, ,ii T . I
nselessness as wives t Mh, yes, I know i
all that, my son. 1 have heard much of
i, i. v i
that before. You mourn and grieve
over the lack of true womanhood among
ti e girls of your acquaintance. Mere but
terfltos of fashion, yon say, who cau rat.
tlo tho keys of a giand piano, dance bke ;
fairies, chatter nonsenso and society i
nothings by the hour, and for their lives
cannot bake a loaf of bread, roast a turkey
or make a shirt. Ton Bay you demand
tho noblest type of Womanhood in your
wife, aud you waut to know where yon
can Uud the wife you waut. Well, I
will tell yon, my dear boy. If that is
tho sort of a woman jn want, marry
Nora Mulligan, ymr laundress' daughter.
She wears COW h de shoes, IS guiltless of
, , . . , . , i,
corsets, never had a sick day iu her lito
takes in washing, gees ont house oioau-
, . ,
iug and cooks for u family Of seven
children, her mother aud three men
who board wilh her. I dou't think she
would marry you, beufise Cou 11 gau,
the track walker, is her style ol a man.
She is tho useful sort of a woman you
appear to waut, but I dou't think she'd
look at you twice. Can you shoulder
i saek of flour aud ciirrv it into the
linnsn Ton vnn saw nn.l Mil I ten colds
Uouso r Ln ynu taw ana spi I n il toiiw
of Uickory woi il in the fall, so tS to
have nady fuel all .he winter? Can
) OU Spade lip half au acre of ground for
" , ., , , a n 1 a .
a kitchen garden 1 Vo you know what
will take the liuiv taste out of tue new
, 1 ' , ..,,1,
cistern? andean yon patch the little
leak ia the kitchen rcof f What would
you do if the chimney got choked up?
if the front door binds at tho top ?
but if u lock pets out i.f ruder If
naiiianiiK gus out oiouur. 11
an extra shelf is wautad in the pantry ?
Cau ou bring home a pane of glass and
" . ,
a wad if putty and repair damages iu
the bittiug-room window? fan von
bang some cht hji paper on the kitcheu ?
Cau you fix the front gato so that It
will not sag? Can you help the niau
carry the li,' stove out into the summer
kitcheu? Canyon, in short, do any
thing about tho ho. tse that Con Regan
can? Mv dear boy. you 6ee why Nora
Mullioaii will lae none of vnn- kIia
.nuingau win iae none ol you, sue
Wants a higher type of true manhood,
V ,n , w, .( n
on expect to hire men to do all the
man's work about the house, but you
want rniir wifo to ivw rvl hi 1.0 that
waut your wite to rto every) lung mat
auv woman tin do. Relievo mo, my
dcarson,niae tenthSof the girls who
p'av the piutio and sing ho charmingly,
whom yon in voi.r limited knowledge
set ilown as 1 mere buttcillies olfasnion,
are better fitted for wives than you are
for a husband. The girls know moro
about these things than yon do. If yon
want to marry a first-class cook and ex
perienced house-keeper, do your court
ing in the intelligence t fllce. But if
yon want a wife, ttarry the girl you
love, with dimpled hands aud a fico troublos seem to be alarmingly inereasing all
liba . s,ii; ,1., . 1 I.... I ,;n i i over tho eonntrv. and I have a very near lola
like the sunlight, and her love will help )iril w11 iB ,.,,,. .,, a Mr ,,irrH,,P0
you to risk the rest, I haio been to see tlic physioiana of whom Mr.
- 1 I.arrabcc vpcaks, aud I ted you, sir, It Is slai-
Noiuethiiig for the Ilarefuolii!.
Country boys, as soon a i Nuturo
spreads her carpet of creed. Usually bee
to go barefoot, and, inasmuch as rusty
, ... ... ,
nads projectiug from old piuo beards
never got out of the way of approaching
bare fet t, many an urchin goes bound-
inix off uit'i nn fnnt in tlm limi.l ati.l n
ing OU Wil l one foot iu tho Hand and a
look of anguish on the countenance. A
writer in the New York OliKorvor nnmen
writer in me itw lora uuserver comes
to tho rescue of all such au Hirers, and
,o.,u ...ii. nJ ..i , ,i,,-..t, , i
piescribos something which can be
ncarcoiy a week passes, lie Bays,
that iheie is uot a report in tho news
papers of some ono who has died of
tetanus, commonly called locklaw,
bronght on by some sharp instrument
being stnek in the body nsnuUy a nail
iu tho foot. Such wounds will gener
ally prove harmless if the following
liniment be properly applied : Two
ounces alcohol ; two ounces oil of or
gan ua; one half-ouuce tiuoture of cam
phor. I was once called to see a ! ,y
twenty -foar hours after ho had stuck a
rusty nail in his foot. He appeared to
bo in intense agony, and his foot was
considerably swollen. I opened the
wound so tha' serum Qowod a little
from it, and then folded a pieo of soft
cotton cloth, eight-ply, and ttoroughly
saturated it with the liniment uad j
bound it on the wound, giving instruc
tions to renew the application every
two hours till relief ba given. In six I
hours I called to see the boy, and ho ,
was out in the yard playing, and suffered j
uo more from the wound.
" The liniment is good for any fresh
wound on man or beast and every j
family ought to keep a bottle of it. I
do not aKrm that in every case it will I
preveut lockjaw ; but I do b lieve tln '
if properly used, lockjaw would seldom '
occur. In aa experience of rxaiv years
T !,-.. i .1.
uui auowu oi a case wnere tue
liniment waa used,
ought to bj used till
a enre is ef-
A Hull Dallar Tilal.
Mr. Ernest King, editor of the Fall
River (Mass ) Sun. thus discourses npon
the merits of St. Jacobs Oil : " Suffer
ing with rheumatic paina I wasDidymtu
as to remedies. I read of tit Jacobs
Oil and said here goes for m half dollar
trial. 1 bought a bottle and before it
was half nsed the screw-wrench pains
had gone and troubled me do longer."
Twenty years ago it required five tons
of coal to make a ton of iron rails. Now
a ton of steel rails tiav to produoed j
from the ore with half that quantity of
Col. O. W. Herbert, of the Forest I
Park Restaurant, Si. Loni, Mo., waa 1
tntirely cured of rheamaiiam by Bt ;
Jacobs Oil, says the Hu Louis Post- I
' " ,
Some seeds liko those of the balsam, ,
stock and wall-flower, improve with age I
to a oertain extent. '
THE mrESDISG FATE
tn Intrtrofliia fbion-r frani ee We of n
1'I.a ni,ln f il.iu ninnr nnro more Ot ICS
iiiiiiiuil i a niot renim kalile statement from
m of our h. lmg eitunns which jvv J
oslcrdm'a isno. Bo unusual tfo " -
hiM !M It om,,,, th street mjiI iu i social
circles, that a rfpuVufatlfe of tub papor was
c,im,i.iicil tu invostiKato Us detail nl
verily iu fact Tin) rtul. referred to was
ow York an l r.osi in TMspatVli V.nyri M com.
nnv. bIiiw ol ee on Arcli stiect. ni'
,;va,,, otiio.i, .tiid'rr holna quoetim e'l, id:
" Well, sir, logically I lmtc l-e V';. b
Cn l laken .;,-k. My trouble was not
-m- at iirl i ui I I'mmdit ij was tho result nf
1 .11 limes. Ilium"' i 1 to k ail alnuvliiuei- i f
i i'n . . .-smi.i'i im i M i t.n'--
simp. Then, spain. I litll dull ant s!iaii(,i'
paim im.ii.Miis jv.r's "f my Unly. My app"
lite was poo.l mi- il iv and I lia I lib' btrvm
the nei, ami lav In ill pa inn. I me niueli "I i.il
time. A uliilp nfiei nar.l I imtieeil much tb'
ng iecu.ir b ut tlic llui' I a passing and
tl' U a . ilinn nf. scum alel ft "irai'ito ac. iiniu
latum fiiiecarc l m it. Mi'l 1IM not reSllSn
tint til si' tliiliK- Bioalit am thin.; Scurf is mnl I
T .el the Ultn-ss I . run niiK nm i i n inc
-2 si li ilav of Ho oh r 1 lull prostrate whilo ifsili-
lu, uini'm Tn mout street. I was ear. id homo
'" oat of tlm u.usc until il.o niid-
die. ol December. I (hen went ilnnii tun ami
tt,.ni.c.l tn attend to mr loii-iiu-sn until Ih'
Mtli ul l.lsl Jantmi v. wli n I was taken wiin a
verv severe li lao-o. Mv svliipteina wife tfr
i :l.ie. I wa- I, a lul1' l.lo.ite I; 1 sullen .1 ro
io eiiim in ah pa:ts of mv l ly ami it wa
nlnio-i inios,;i.!c to p.'t "y hrcatli. Fur sis
ilavs I in Tnr la il ihmn mi l iiccr s!: . I "as
coiWantlv atlnii'lul bv my regular phv n i.ui.
Doctor Jiihii'iin, ami IVntor Uow.lilcU almi
fni" tn see in neuly every day. Thorn was
on ilmilii tint I RittTilliiff from l)fi::hl'
iliseasa of tlu Ui'lficvs ia i s worst form and
lui -lili,. 'Mmi.u'il.i I bv ether trouble! in
'"' l'v,r ,'t'l't 1,1 sl"'"' 1"',y,'ri "f
kll f )(t ,,1,1.,,, koj)t (;r .wing worao,
ami ilna'iv tin '. !a;i;,r I " aulo iu tho vicinity
reUnuT X IS"
somi becaim: as l a.l as betore. Then tin) ilm'-
irra ia'S l"p on Pntbi lv, dec'.arcil I couhl imt
,,v0 1(iro l;l1 t,vl.I1ty.h.r 1,,.,-rs, and my
.loiKht'r, who was rcanluig in I'aii, le.
urarlied f r. Still I limjercil almi;; for soviis!
M llloru ,i,-al than alive, but never
niv'.r.p rp b"p. One uiKlit -it wason the '.'Oih
1c-ch!hiI my ilisi.aeo ami hmiIi-i iuks etacily.
b tl I hmv Si'.ine seTpre easca ul Ilrmhl's ihs-
hlll ll0111 flli;, ,ml ciMrlv mt g,,u,i.
b;v iliil it statu tho case that 1 tlctiTfinul tn
'T "'0 ' r'T n1,'i'1' ' .f , iS,'
I split mv man too tho untg store, proeurel a
hnttn- of tho iniliiiin imknnwu to my phyi-
ienil, ami took iho Rio' iii at 10
iicinck. At that tune I was Miftering intrrlso-
;v. I nmlil unt alepp; I ha.l the shuit breaths
an. I rcml.l scarcely c. t any air into uiyliuia. 1
was turrit'lv bloatfu frt'ii! hoa.l to loot, ami the
mot inn of mv lr art was ii reirular and cpinbil,
Tim next moruiug I nas able to breathe trcmy;
tho pain bpuaii to love me ami tho bloatuiu
iltrre.isoT. I ciitinupil t.) lake tho nio.l.cinc,
ami to day, sir. I am as wpll as I evor waa ia
inv !i!Oi an. I w " illy owmn 10 tho wnn lertnl.
almost miraculous ii.iwcorfit Warners Me Kill
iw.v and Liver Cure. I do not know what thia
,110liicjll0 i4 ,ullllo 0f, or snytliing else altmt It,
hut I know it aavtnl my life when I was given
up bv Iho ilootora ami hail itallv bion ilcail for
iat ,t Uta mo iu ,,MfMt health
ever since, ami has cured m irtytf inyfih nls
to whom I have reoonimi n led it. ThoroSiea
niIuber of verT remslKal,te caaes iu Lynn ami
Kalem, a it m this citv, that it has cured. My
'ethers have investigated it th.uoufjhly. I am
Klad tl.oy have, fr I feci that the ' f
e ich a wuinloi nil c ue hlmiild be known to the
thrmsan.U in all part' of the land who are airf
fenug from troubles of the hltluttys, liter or
Loan, in sonic of tneir many uauiierou inrm.
The rppresriitaiivc of tbp presn thanked Mr.
I.arrabee for Ida very frank and clear state
ment, ami was about to leave tho olVicn when a
gentleman 6t. fp-d up to hurt and impihe I if he
wi re oi'i kiiiK lnli.i uiiiii .n ntnuit Mr. I.arralu
sickiii'oa ami n euverv. Tlie scribe replied that
ho v , when upon the cir Ionian said:
"And so am I, ai.d 1 have Pome all tho way
fii.m Chicago lor that verv immoso. I'.uhifv
piy wonuermi. '
'" What did llioyaay?" asked the manofnewa.
' '' Hay I why, sir! t!iv fully oiuhrm every thing
A. Johnson, at 10 Wm ht street. Il
Mr. Ijirraboe has stated. I went to eoo lr. 1).
,R.b,nt when I caibd, andn. I ateppod into the
( ommouwealth hotel, whore Mr. Larrabeo was
living at the time ut h.s sickness. Messrs.
JtV. lllt' Mr'
pointed to the electr.c. aiuinuciator and eaid,
'Why 'Or wooksaul weeks every time that
Wl Vang I said: Tnat m.ai.8 the death of Mr.
Larrabeo. No ono annuid the hotel ovor
dreamed that ha would recover, and when the
,tK.,r8 wo(1 co. ,ortll i,.,,,,, ilis room they
would shako their heads and nay there w as no
hots). Ttio arraiigcmeuiB lor tho funeral wero
rv ,,,. , nur.,clo.'
I tin ii ralietl on Dr. Johnson, who said that
Mr. Larrabco's ease aasa very remarkable one,
Ha was hia family phyBl. ian an I upoclcd liia
dltath evorv hour lor a number of woeka and
n. v. i ealleil to ho" him during that time but
ho w.ia j ropjrwl for it. Tho doctor said the
n coveiv waa duo tn Warner's Kafo Kidnoy and
l iver Cure, ami if ho had friends, main or
ipin.ilo, troi.blod with Albumen or any kidney
iiM.bloB bo eliould certainly advise thorn to
' ihis remedy. Dr. Johnson paid kidney
diOien ties arts more common than moat people
lh:uk, and that many symptoms which are
supposed t i le other disi asoa anao irom the
kidneys. Ho said that ladies after gestation
ale specially subject to albuniiuoii troubles
nhii'h require prompt attention.
"Well, I then came down and called on PrH.
Inuersoll liowditch on Itovlston streol. The
old doctor was ineliiiod to bo reticent, but fully
conMrmod all I had picviouslv Ic.ni d. He
had attendod Mr. I.in a1 .011, and aupp s -d him
bavmul ll li,.o ...! U ft..rJr.l m.l..,.l
, as ho said, by Warutr's Safe Kidney and Liver
"i next wont to see Dr. Mo'v.lle E. Webb, at
the Hotid t'lmiv. for vou eoe t waa determined
gentleman, and ho said
" 'I knowof Mr. I.arratec'a caBe from bavin,.
thoroughly iiivoatigit-il it as a medical direo
tor of a lite ui-unim c c rapany, and It la oto
of tho most remaik'thjp ca-ia t "have ever mot.
Mr. Larrabao had all ho manifestations of a
c. mip ballon of chaoaacs, and in their wors
tonus. Hi. had albumen and casta iu tho urine,
and a tcrnbly difis-od livor and seloon. In
deed, ho was so bad that he threw himself upon
tho floor, and, widi hia head tipmi a lnweck,
sirn kU d tor breath. Il waa on the night when
ho was so bad, and when all his mo.lioal advisors
had loin; Kiveu him up, i hat ho bewail using
Warm r a iSa'u Kid. ey and Liver Curs. The
unt morning at to o'clo.k ho wis able t
brcathe freely, anil has Ix en . ver since. 1 sub
Jcct. d him to i ho most thorough examination
po itilo, aftor his rocovory, and " I can't Hud
out about h.m." His kidiieys, liver, lungs and
ho o I are perfectly well and sound I can only
a to tnat, irom what I have toen, I won a uu-
i hesitatingly recommend this remedy.
Ti, m,eliiinn. fr.,n. th .i.t.m.m. w
niado which come to thonoaipaper man aa well
as the general public, mint be Mo-fold. Fust
that a modern miracle of healing baa txen per-
I formed iu our midst, and that, too, by the
simp e-t wean and one which is within the
I rea. li of ev ry one. 1 1 eh'.uld lu rcuieuilwred
that Id ight'a disoa-e ia uot usually a sudden
; c uuphiint. Its bpginuinga aro alight aud its
I growth ol iw. The symptoms by which it may
I be detected are different with diilerent persona,
o two eoplo usually having tho same. Thia
, fact waa manifest in the oaae of Mr. Larrabeo.
and be had uo idea of tha terrible complaint
which had attacked him until it became tixo I
upon him. 8, comlly. teatiinnuiaUof auch high
character ami e i outspoken m tone, conclu
I mvi-Iv prove the value of the remedy and it
siix nor nature to the proprietary articles witb
which the public have been flooded. "Tho
greater include the lea," and tha remedy
i :''"!'.,,',V .?lwl?3l.
door, moat iin.pieatiouahly be certain in all
uKenTmt" " ai8,rou, uul"'
A recant paper by Major Eallett givea
instances of the. remarkable resnlta
wui,.h have followed effott to improve
food-planta by a regnlarly-continued
practi e ot selecting the seeds of tho
best plants for planting vines, beetroots,
cereals and potatoes have greatly im-
proved under the system of section,
in some oases the annual yield per atjje
being trebled in few years.
Twenty housand Dollars In Collaterals.
James Halfstop, in order to appear as
a bondsman, sworo before a Little Hock
Justice of the Peace that ho was worth
twenty thonsaud dollars. Hhortly a' for
ward the justice, learning that Halfstop
vi ai cot worth twenty-five cents, and
that ho lived otl a rented sua up farm,
sent out a warrant for his arrest. The
man appittrcd in court, bringing with
with his wife and two boys.
"mT. EVstop," said the justice, "what
Lavo yon to sny why you should not ba.
committed for re-jury ? '
You sword that yon are worth twenty
thousand dollars, but tha fact has been
t'Btablisfcpd that you aro not worth
anything. This is ft cUar caso of per
jury -so clear, sir, that the penitentiary
gate is opening to receive yen."
"I said," exclaimed Mr. Halfstop,
"that I am worth twenty thousand, dol
lars, and I stick lo it. Jim," he ad
ded, addrttssing one of his Bobs, "stand
up here before fbe jndge. Now, siv,
this boy is worth Ave thonsaud dollars,
flfiiiged if I'd tuke that price for bim I
Nod, my soil, yon stand np. Judge,
this boy also worth five thousand
dollars, "fiiie," ho continued, address
ine his wife. "sUnd np. Now smile for
the judge. Now laugh a little 8e
that, judge? That woman's worth ten
thonta id dollars if she's worth a cent.
That makes twenty thousand dollars.
Now I am worth flvo thousand dollais
wouldn't take that amount for myself,
litit I don't chiim to represnt more tban
twenty thousand dollars; don'tyousee?"
The justico ri il. cted for a moment,
then said, -
"I guess you're right, tir. The
statutes are not plain on tbo subject,
but I'll diKcliuige ynu "
A I'm tail.
No funet:in "f die ''!. ""'i'" In-iwl-an;
.ban iboso which liberate l.-olll Hie r stem
li in.it'i r tt.r.iiui oil hv llio stomieh aS lin
p i-i-il.ie d:.!.t and unlit f u tool. These
pasr. tliioii;ti tlie I. iir-'1.and u miiBt therpforo
be m unfi-t bow impoitaiil b ! I" ree those
o.g.':i- lr. m oImiiiiciioii. A regular hsl'tl of
I (..lv, -"Ob it' cni.otuiitlaut. sound digestion,
, in bed a i.;c...-,nf. t.'i.en Hie co-opfrati'-n ol
there lo niKio.H niaiiilv b-veiuta the health
of tiic ssti in. and no 1 tin- t-hoold li' lost, af
id obii iv.'i' tlie t": rt i-.ibli'isot constipa-
Il in ri !:!:!': '' 'he l ' -1" reinniy. uosioi- (
Ber n S on i h 11, Iters, is h'-b n1.o overcome
ti ver Ki d t ..i ,llii iiiuat!Mil, I diii V iM"w,
debility mid othi r uiliie nts. J'l u thu Hit.!!'
cine tif II." ontsei.
When a man m il so lnv llnit starvation
iisi li' won't dnvp him lo woi k yon will ih.ii--aby
tlnd him ruiiuing fur eflice on a labor re
fill m ticket.
"(l.iM. n Mi'licnl Pisc ivpt" ia warranted
to pii-.i:n.f Im- l lo,s fr. in a'l iinpnriea, irom
nhate'i r eause ailsn.g for hciolnl.i. Korea
of all I n I-. SI. n unit llio...' li-ea-e-. Ha ef
ftcts are p. v. :..ii". Thousand of liattiiio
nia a lr li a ! si's. Sen I n:anip f"i- p. inpl 1 t
i li Sl.t'i I'l-" ist . Addresii Vi'oui.iCa lMst-KS-s.iiiv
.Ml. i n I. Ashm I VTio:. Ilullalo, S. Y.
I hi. a, a li.piid which in Peru ia handed
n U id like culpp alter meals, ia prppaied from
maize, uioiHti U! i aud fermi uud by maatiea.
'WITH liltTKfl I. FKIil.lK!!-"
Pr. It. V. I'll to v., flufT.ilo. N. Y : 7 r Sir
Vm.r -T.iddni 5l..il'Ml I'ls.-evny" and -Pur-kvvp
I'e'.'its" Lire nirid n. y ilnngliter of
S.ooV. o.is s.n',;.ii and 0ti Sues about
ilu-Nic'.. ai d lour "KiVoriH' I':, i-cr ptloli '
I .is lie o e;.i :'! d wonders n le.-t'.nng to
In .ot!l 111' :!'. l o b.l 1 I ei II I'lil-l.tfl lor eiRlll
iioitl." I '.'ti I'm lie WiaKiiosH. 1 am . nil
,-.ilt, ';il f, el l V-il a tin y.
' j. II. 1 1 NO. (iahi"ii,Tai.
TIipvp are no fewer than sixty-threo van"- .
ties of the common bramble, classified and ,
IliuieJbv botanist aa I nun f"uir.l lu tnglaiid j
"KM II HUM. liltMU'ATEs.
nh'.H S'd. lOiuV l.'.s i.ci.a-e tl."o troubles
l.iculiar to wiiieu. slenl 1 u lr. Pierce
'Tami.te I'.' scupiioii." which lo an nnlaillnij
rihiidi. s 1 1 by Ul .itsis's.
A proposal Ins I prn mado to treat vellow
fever patients by urtiticial fold, n order t
kill the poisotions (jenua ol the disease.
K.ilhrr nml sign.
foi t vnn. S. C. I'eh 1ft, 181.
TI. II. WaiiNi ii X ('".: ."-cs-1 cu:eo myself
of a kidnov ilmiase n I iv son of Brislu'a
llina a. bv the i 'e of your Safe Kidney and
Liver Cuie, win a evt'y o'.her --eniedv hid
fa.iul. Jolix A..M,W.
An rxehaiiKo snyi ths difference b'-lwieu a
ln.iiMi'V man an 1 a (tuition i. " one loii'a to
cat and the oil" r t tc too l 'tu;."
Taut tlii-b.iiol aif llnr
Is lh: o limes the man ho waabrforo bobe.or
ns'ie; WiH'h Ib ilth lietievti r. II. DimtKiats.
Hi'iid for pamphlt t to ij.Wm.l.s, Jers' y t il..,
'4 Oni'a Will lluv
a Treatise niioii tho Horse and his Disease.
Booh of ltHi pn'i. Valuable to every ownri
.r hoi-art,. I nitt lee staimia lak- n. Sent post
paid bv lialtinioii' Sewapapcr Union, M to 8J ,
N. Holliday St., Paltimoro, Mil.
A Krr-atitiTiir(7vemVntiias ipoently boon j
made in that list tul product-Carboliue, a de-
odoiized eMiacl of petrohtim, winch is the
onlv article that realty eutpa haldnna. Jt is
now tho finest of hair .Iressoma. I
I'l he eoD-i.ivER on, from selec'ed livera, on
tbo 3' aslifro, by Oiswpll, Uarard ACo., N. Y.
Absolutely pin ; and sweet. I'ahentowba havs
once takeii it prt fer it to all oihera. I'hjei
Cian declare it superior tn all other oils.
Cn.pr SANr.a, fa pimples and rough
at 'o cured b usitm Juniper Tar Heap, mad
by t'aawtU, Hazard A Cc, ew lork.
1h Kli l't.rkiim a dependant of I.vcnrens or
Lyamk-r?-0il City Derrick. No, Eli is a
dPtcenoatit ol i.viiSfiroiti'ior
Imv. VIM viaeat or niac, aar
Z!k..ks. mark armied. for I
value xar motmj.
MAKE HENS LAY.
An Eiuilieti VVtrrliiarr suraeon aud Chamial, now
travelli.a in tbta rouutrr, aaa tLal moet ol toe Horee
and l attlr powitsra aold hs re are wortoleee iraan. ua
ear a that Sl.eri.lanaCon.liti Hi Powiteraare abeolol
I? pure anil lnuiieuasl valuable. NolLiua on eartk
will inak. Leua le like Shentlan'e Conddion Pow-
a.M IV An.uui.wnful lnnnt.lnlollM)d. Sold
Jarvwhfre or arnt i mail mr a irnwiumia i
OUXSOXaCO .Boston.Ma-e lornifrhBanf or.1
PAIHLESS EYE WATER
RH.IKVKS AT ONCE. ClllsM iuftamwl and wl
Ksea in a lew Loum. llivea NO fAIN. Tlie
Ileal Itrairdv mlLfWorl I lor Kranulaled lnla.
fse D"narlti lor Iho hair. I Hrilnl. Tenn-
.V war era untrri t-m, -
l'e .i". t" svr wil
Itla t.vt. a. rail aia. .raasbriii t4
RlKTilJeail'a.a c'.sr. . ..':"
UB, au IMS. kM. u-m. -" W Ul i.i.i.i..
A Tn-atise on their
snw.lv cure s-s.s. i r or r.-in j i.
41urrMaN.P.t.lloa Js.i lilcano.lll.
free, ma AULl MAW A I AY LORUO . Manati.Ul.lt,
NIW ANIiHKCOND HAN 0
A l.ir a I1AKHI- lwl
TuHKa, TiluavUle, 1'a
aakM f ft ta atnrirtaor M Million pom
aL II V Imported laat jW-rrtray hrVet
I t" f 1 A aver.-anu wanteds-"t
10 Tvaw eiVl Black or inix, fr 11.
,0 lla. i'lna aiiaieas or ri ii IJ"
in iaZf'k..lsa Hlaek nrlllxan. for
A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed,
Anl by men a one's ymrthl!ln arlvles nd
aid mauv a trouble baa born lined and burton
lightened. Such a rrlendshlp Is worth keeping,
and w hen, from his cajieripuce, he advlaea anil
InslrueH.hls oilnlnnashould bo heeded. If kind
words can never die, and pood tlecda are never
Inst, the Inducement for always doing the food
rote t an Is slid a (treat one. Many ieoiile iuiaglna
thai they had holler do noihin than do a utile,
forerlilns thin H la tho detail that ninkoa Ih ag-erecaie-lho
dropa that form the showersIll"
fittfe klndnpsspaol life that make eaistcneeert
diirablt. As, ill the picture, ihe pond old St.
Jacob l pxlendiim relief to Ihe auflerlng auppll
ant hr ofli ring a bolllc of thai wonderful remedy.
St J irons ( h i., o all can do something of Una-
fit for h i Rliow men in n ,.V.r,'.,
k il, ..0.VI
r many lnsiaucca could the aim-
pip tni'iillon of Ihe words "St. Jacob On.'
eouplcd Willi terms of Indi rsement and en
cuiriiKPinolit, liriuir relief and cure lo IhospMif
ferlliawllh rheiiinnllMn. Ill view of the wonder
fill record of lids limit (iermnii Itemrdy In tho
cure of rheumatism, lieurnltia and oil iMilnful
di-cn-cs.it niiiH'nrsin the lij;lit of stn.tiK duty for
everyone to paliculli-. yet Sersls-tently. ikrp its
arplleatlon in tho disonspit namotl. licarlng ill
ir.ind Hint Ihe hit:licst food bom man toman
l-iin-isia in Unit which lends lo promote theli
tace.wi-lfiirenndceuernl health AininiRotheni
who have u lie-iiniion in eh inn fit cexprowlnn
to their. iplitV'll is Hlsliop (dlmoiir. of t'h'veland
tihio, who h is usd Hie limit (urman Kciurdy
fr .1 nous o;., saa indorses It highly, m
v. rites nboit II foll.nis: "I am plciio to sa)
th.it Hip ti-e cf st J i. oirt tm. bus 1 euofltrd ni
cre.-itiv I I I'tivp no i.c-li.Tijou to recornrnrl
11 : nil ns nil ri. client inuiiie"
C "L B LM B IVJ aS W T
for liiiman, fowl aid anl-""1 f"
first piipared and iiitli.-lua.'1 "I
ieo. V. Mcrt -haul. In Iaji kp.
V. H. A., ls;i:i, sir.i o winch llm . Tr
Bleaillly (ir.iwn In pnlilic favor, ana
nnn arkiinnlt-il):e.l anil admitted by taa
tra.lc to lie loe i.i:iini.irti itiinusni oi inm
country. V I" t' we mnkc tin. announcew
nieiil lie do so without fear ol contra'
rfll llirrs arc tunny who ar more o
flfla iireinihci-il apainst propriflary reu
II f,.ei i.iilfoi!ri oiiiil of the many
Jill bi: on' ti"' market: however, wi
I I i ,.I q. ul to iatc tin" 1,111 h prejii'hcf
tliclion, uoiuilliHlHiiai ns we arc aware
ss or iea
... .,uinr l.Altttl.lNIi Oil- We no not
r.oim wen l-ff or mtru. ies for oni litdnipnt. Iitlai
do it .s l.lu-it an e.,,n.l. U i- I'"' ''1','" hot-
IIHE '..0 '. ...
or inlru' ies for oni hnlnii
llhellt U'l e.in.l. II i I'll
, p,. ot ilirt'i' si.e.
,ai auk ! lint "'
Mfl T in.:'. i."i" inli' T'o'-'
put Willi Willi
ia' f". a'l) is' fr bom"
fe-l., and "bit w
ak ! lint " Pie il
fl tnai ineur
jfS&- wno'eeroltrii utut aoi-
OH la --. aee-J-
f,ii , for all .Pn' i.es of He.- oi.uu-itt-.- ammol
!-.(. SlUke Well U-forr llit';.
Cannot bo Dlsputorf.
Klip of the principal roaaona or
the wotnlerf.il icoei of Mer -chant's
listvllnu oil la that It la'
matiiifai liirt d utrictly on honor.
Im pr 'pnclort do not, aa ti the
cars Hi Ion niiuy, aflrr n.lking
for it" lr int'ibciiip a nama, diaun-r..;e--!-s
.y nshii: inferior cow-i.-
verr iietj;oiits to li lnoif;ht in
tin nia. ket.iecrdleS'of coat. For
h uf n i i mm Mci. h int iar
li. .. ii.l I. mm hi. n a rvnolivm for
X b.'if-stv. aud will continue lo bet
3 ' . , ,, ,1,,... Kor
X? n I v a I respeetalile rlsalsra
IhitoTglioui ini- I n' "' '"""' '"' oi;'" C"n"it-
in.r it sot. ..- -'.-
tn Ihe pi. .. l.:. 1'ry Merchant's
l. archil" 1 l-otlineiit for internal
ant ti. in .il use, nH Isll yoar
tie'ltlt'.-r what s''""l if liaa done.
Don t t:tJ to Ml" tliie. lioi.a. Keep ffco bottle
cures !:.":," n"
i l.aeie; Han"'.
lTit. riial e '"
Baiel ( ri. k'. ffl I-'".
Oal'aof alt kin '".
8wsllira. T iiie"-",
Binsl't'Sf. Ko i" ' .'"
liart" I in 1 aJV),
SiTtina and liniiasa,
S'I'h,Im;i. Mm Ik11.
I ....I liol Ol Slisrp,
I . iliM.rri' l K.'Ht.
I... ... ii I'oiiltrr.
S n- Nit-i-les 1'i.rh,
I ra. k'-'l llssla. Ill I S. ia.
cuo-' l -. Mint- II- a,
aiii.M-rii"iits or l'llrt,
1... 'K'be. bhauinauam.
S ami,. '"Mie.,
W.-akiirwt of i.o' -fV'a.
1'ontr.tfiion ef Mi:sf.
CrMiS slwrllr.l (rf-t
Ki--ii a M .uij, I'iiniaK.
I iks.l Uis-aaU, D-wla, i.
Ateao( lhs t il.b r,
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