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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 /  pa. J^: ^OOD,  X. KlMlMippI Straet, •Oec, tl Tirfiai* AVMW. Ibdiaa^Us.  t M KlTiBc ipeeial attMitioa U» Uie treet-|mt»nfM»l Catarrh,chrunic and acute »ore ThroaU, HoaT^ness and Lom of Voice. Asth-B^ Bronchiti«, Conanmptioa Scroffula, ^vptive piseasea of the Skin, DU«a»es «f Women, ìikI all chronic di»ea^ leading to OMisBiÉptioii. I hare had lai^ experience In the treatnent of diseases ot the air pa«-•ges and bare alt the improved apparatus fora c«h«ct diagnotis and «ucceseful treatment of them.  »end for free Clrcttlar on Ci^Urrhal and ConiiumptiTe Dl^caws.  Orric* Uotu irom 9 a.m. to 4 r. M. 48-m3  Setter From Washln^on.  WASHtaoToir, D. C. May 24, 1870. Mr. Editor. —  As the time is nc»r at hand when the  j^Ew Jo JHE J^INE, yiRT JHE JDHIPS ^ALL JjHB^B Jhey "^ILL.  VOL 2.  ANDERSON, MADISOxN CO., INDIANA; FRIDAY MORNING; JUNE 3, 187Ö.  NO. 49.  Keigbborhoo^ Items.  Troni the Muscatinc, Iowa. Journal.  "GATES JLJAR."  KBW CAtTUI.  IHi« Cearier will adopt th« adraoM tjt-  mo.to nominate candidate, for rarioü. of wear Jlong d.eMM-The  fice., among otheri a candidate for Rep, i Courier adristt the ctoaning up of "som. retenuaTS from the 8th Ccngreasioual I?*'Wilcox, lead the mot*.  DUtrict. WefcoUtadtttv. a. Will as a " , „ u ^ u  « 1 , i J . •,. paid for wool-^oha Thombnrje and wife of March, under peculiar character,  pnrüege, to testify to the fitness and abili- " ^ ° ° ^ ® ^ ;hare read the statement girea below with  »y of the present iacumbant, Hon. James N ,  Tyner. We do not Uiink th»'re wiil be any opposition lo the renomination of Mr. Ty-Her, and it is eminently proper that there should be none. When the people are fur-tanate enough to secure the serv}ces(in these days of degenerate politicians^ of an honest, hArd working, reliable Bepttblican, s uc-h!  MeFadden's Hasterstoke.  Samuel McFaddeo was a watchman in a,  A DfIdk Man Sees Mllllong ot}^ ^ - k tk-» m -».w Spirits aod Recognizes De- "P"'^- ^ with  parted Friends In Heaven.  SDOBTS:  TwobusiiMss booses fai Ten« Haute bare, beea "eftiding" each other fearfullr through the papers of that city for die past  ^In some parts of New Toik, #hea aman _ „ v » k 4 ... isends a telepraph dispatch auywhere, be'few days. (Fijfty cents a line', we beliove is  He was poor, but h^t, imdhis , letter the priie.) The papen hare got a "soft  without renroach. The trouble with ¡„^^ing gis friends tlMU the dispatch is thing" of it. ^  coming. Once in a great whde Uio tele- —-  gram gets th«M first. A secret order, odled the "lartfiquake,"  him was ; diat he felt he was not apprécia» ted. His salary was only four dollars a week, and when he askad to hare it nused.  Major Charles E. Fulton, a prominent the presid ent and the cashier and the boat d and highly esteemed citizen of Ottamwa, of directors glared at hi|n tlkrough their  recently mayor of the cityj died on the 28th specUcles. andfrrtwned on him, and told  Sometime since a gentleman died, who, ^ »pmngup mto being at tipton, wiUi during Ufe, tefased fo belieTe in anr "W 8«!?°'. g"P«. ««d aU complete. We future punishment.' Two or three P«>PO«e to do, but  We wife recei-red^iJje üaetheyhaTa^lopt^iU  rith he knewbuMne« was dull and the bank!through a medium, a comnauui^ion f«»»««.___  alom!which read as follows. "Dear wile, I now Please send me my thin clothes barrel of ice-water."  At Sidney, Ohio, a young woman went into a store and asked for "feline intestines for lyrical purposes." The clerk told ber  BICHHOITD  "River Side resert at Richmond.  «v^vu I, be making fun of the bird, said a , ,u a  dying words. Ue was not a man to be de- felt depressed and sad, and the haughty a newly imported Hibernian to a lad whom he out ol Aem, but had^ome «»^y luled;by anhaldciBarionTor to be carried scorn of the president and cashier cut Mm he discoTered annoying a land terrapin 6®®''stnngs. bbe fainted. Place" is the new pleasure I away in hii dying honni by religions fan-; to the soul. He would often ge out in the vith a bull rush, "how do you know but*"" "aa to he  The fwllo#ing account was side-yard and bow his Tcnerable twenty-he has blessed fiue feathers tinder his OTer^ oich is lite.  She  carried eu| on a revenue  It has shady bow-'cics  ere  . ____________ ________ ________„ was side-yard and bow his Tcnerable twenty-  r.ifi-ltn<r Kmnka mJ Urar hy a friend who was with him four inch head, and weep gallons and  and purling brooks, and lager beer, hi.w mnmMita- and wu nriirinall^ i««. «f iná  aswefeelMr.Tvnertobe. We harJ fairh If «o iu anice "watering place'-  toboliere they know and appreciate ^Ueì^^i f : ß •iiior ot Humming  man, and will stand by him wheu needed, !  Bird—Street -»ectiffs hare been yery sue-  in his last momenta, and was originally Ions of tears over his insignificance, and printed in the Ottnmwa Courrier.- pray that ho might be made worthy of the  About thiee week* before his death, he'cashier's and president's polite attention, had giren up hopes of recyTery. and con-| One night a haopy thought struck him;  coat.'  Why cannot a family of girls be photo-  lir. Mary Bmnick of Concord township Ross county, Ohio, is liying at tíie age uf  --,------------------- ----- -------, rerscd free! rand fully upon tKe approach-¡a gleam ^of Uglit burst upcTn his soul, and came to a dead stanH, the other day, before  thus protteriug their owa iatercits. It is a |® : ing «vcm, evincing n^ the dim yisia of the years, a door plate inscribed "A Paruidge."  a fact; well known to business men,' that P*"'®" will take place in September—The! imd only desiring life for the sake_ of^ hU^ which his eyes all blinded with mist o'f joy ' . . ' CM.^..!« Kava ol^a^ fnm tka cnminar.iVnTiilr. fl.ndrGm>a.tf<dlV saTin? thflf "  experience is wortii business, and the same  legisiation matters, . „ _______ . ___________  truthfulness- A Representative of Kse-^'^h Territory—Sir pirsoas were baptiz-j and left kinds words of affection and »«Ivice about a half a ton of gunpowder anil nytro-  r .nnfrv cd last Sund^iV—Isaac Kinly is still inflict- ' to his family and friends with as greet om-'glycerine, and all those thin};!*. Then in ^ ing the peeple with hU "Note, on Foi^i^niP^^P^Xtiet'^n ^^ ''««i of night he went to the firo-proof  graphed? Because there is no son C'un.). 107 years.' Haying aUain^d to such aa New Bedford bra^ of a pointer that advanced age in life, she is totally blind:  power of mind is remarkable, the remembrance of the past is clear, and gifted with  ANew Orleans postman profwscs to  walked 100,000 miles in^^bis official' who are pleased to call «pon  capacity dming the past eight years, — counting his promenades of pleasure.  fulness to his constituncy and thij does aot fully comiaence nntil he has «err  cd at least one term, oa account ef his not ! Trarel." When will he quit?—J. Comex  being acquainted with the manner or mode A Go. are rebuilding their cutlerf factory, 'cwly m 3 o'clock of March 28  , , .... . I ____________tpwed the icv arms af death as 1  and places be is called upon to do business.  Mr. Tyner is an ^t pupil in tlic  Uafe, and, after working at it for a while.  In the early part of Sab^th last, and as burst the door and bricL-word into immortal smiish, with such perfect sucrcws that there was not enouiih of that Eafe left to  he rccog»  TiPToa iI'M«! the icy arms af death as they began  ,, ^ , ¿ I to be folded about him, and four oielock ¡make a carpet-tack. Mr. McFadden then  1 oung Klluton has beer convicted Of, had his children brought and bade them-1 proceeded to load up with coupons and ways of Congressional lite, and is now wej*'«*^''»« » horse fSrom Monroe Jackson, andjlast fareweli, then summoning his failing greenbacks, and currency and specie, and are sure, as weU informed in regard to'the ¡will wort two years ia the Northern Peni-1 »««ng^h ot'ercd a pra>;er. ¡to nail all the odd change that was lying  ' . , L TT U .• 1 Ijt^ * f\jtM v.M».. At ab<)at half past SIX o'clock ht sank laronnd anywhere, so that he pranced out  yanous matters before the House as any t«atiary—A Lodge of Odd Fe lows ^^^ ^^¿gjjj,, thinkingjof the bank with one million dollars on  be organiied at Sharpsyille-A two-penny jihey had heard the last whisper from his him. He then retired to an unassuminz cuss has f^landaiad the editor of Times- lips. After lyin;: thus fur about ten min-  other member.  He is now a member of  the Committee  on Post Offices and Post Roads aad also of the Committee on Educatioa and Labor— both imporunt Committees—and to say thai he is the most industrious, iuteligent and well inioi?^e<i member of either committee, is only saying what is really due the gentleman.  The house has^agreed with'.the Senate'» resolution fixing the 15th day of July ai> tlie day for adjournment.  A great many aiatters of importance to the country demand and mast receive the littontioB of both Houses of Congress before tbev adjourn.  A portion of the burdensome taxes, for  iites, he aron.sed with the exclamation faintly uttered; "Not uoto us. Oh! Father, but unto Thee be all the glory." Pausing a moment he exclaimed. "Five millions!"'— His wife, lesning over him; said "Kcwton, what docs it iricanî" Newton replied, "Spirits:" ht whispered, "yes that is it."— Then followed the conversatii n here given.  Dire vcngeance has been threatened.  KOKOHO.  Horse thieves abandant. Horses haye been stolen from Mrs. MafF, Judge Raight and Mr. Lenington—The colored people' celebrated the adoption of 15th Amendment oa Tuesday of last week—M. Qarrigus, o! in the familiar terms in which it y^os accur-Greetowii has located at Kokomo and will ¡»tely recorded by the members of the family  I--, r» u wk^ within a few hour." after hi» death,  practice law-D. H. Bcanett, who has His wife then wkcd. "Are they redeemed  spirits?" Answer—'les. i^me came yesterday, and others just getting in."— His wife ^cti said.' "And you, darling, . , . , . _ _ " "V* the number?" As<entedto by'-Yes."  IS lieing lowered—Tom Jay, one of the jfe^onai.ked,"Chariey doyou knowfhcm?'  been an inmate of the lasase 'Asylum, for year, has beea discharged, aod has returned home—Keariy erery side walk in the city  cleverest gentlemen liring, has returned from Chicago, wher« bo dealt largely in war¿nrposes, made necessary bv oa^'a^t ^'"■f'^'!?  differerecs with our Southern brethem and continued to the present time, mu>t be lift*  Auswer-'Iknowall tliat I knew on earth," His wife asked, Do you see father?" Answer—"Which father V {Durini; the night and day previous, to test his failing sight.  sal murmuring becaaM tbe Daugherty-Van ¡he had repeatedly bee« asked if he could Horn («se b»« be« seat to Tipton—The see certain persons standing near ; Father "^tI:;; ¡i-»«;-? «i;'« - complaining of d.u t^s think, and justly toe. that the geacrwion h« • f«t horse, waich he allows g„;rimal or natural sight.) His wile  which fought the rebellion to a succt-si.'-al!^"'- to diivc with impunity- .aid, "Father FulU.a di.'d sir. years ago.)"  .kr,— -K^-M^^fiv» ^ . Jap Turpén's newis taking well Answer—"Tcs.', Question by the same—  over taruw, snonia not be oailca up»n t« ^^ * "Did vou see li*tle sister Marv who died  pay «i/the uatíonal deU, bat that, as *Vi^ilinU?" Ani>.Vr- 'Ycs.''U;;:;inthc  future generations.!^"*^ We eaa t help it-^U!lf i ^he then exclaimad, "Then we do know I in pnrple a :d fine linen and other pood  residence, out of town and sen^ word to the de-cctives where he was.  It was all serene and beautiful for Samuel McFadden now. Ho felt tliat it was all right at last, and that the dark night of sorrow had passed, and the bright rajs of the sun of prosjierity at last illuminated his path. A detective called on him next day with a soothing note from the cashier. Mc Fadden treated it with lofty scorn. Detectives called on him every day with humble notes from the president, and the cashier, and the board of direelors, and the clerks and stockholders. At last the bank officers got up a magnificent private supper, to which he was invited. He came, and, as the bank officers bowed down in the dust liefore him, he pondered over the bitter,-bitter past, and his soul was filled with ex-hultation. (It sec-ms to me th.ot last sentence is symmetrical and poetic ! It strikes me io, anyhow.) Before he drove away in Lis carriage that night, it was all fixed that Mr. McFadden was to keep half a million of that money, and to be unmolested if he returned the otlter half. He fulfilled his contract like an honest man ; but refused witii hauhty disd ain tlie offtr of the cashier to many his (McFadden's) daughter.  Mac is now honored and respected. II  not As  involves a distance of within a few yards of forty miles a day, Sundays except^ ed, we must really beg he will ^aw it a little milder.  Tiive selfish for yourself, and you will sit down at the end of Ufe dissatisfied with human existence.  It may be that thon art entered in to a cloud wiiich will bring a gentle shower to re^'reah thy sorrow.  Funeral Rites In Greenland.  There lias^llately been a great decline In . ^  PAINTS,OILS,TARNISiii;^  We bought largely blnee the de-cUn« in t->ld. aud  CAN AND WILL SELL THICHEilPiST  TÖÜ CAÄ SATE MOHET by buyiuf at  Henderson's Drag Store, ANDERSON, IND.  244 3m  A Michigan woman has recovered by law al! tiie money bw husband bad spent in a liquor saloon for six years. The prohibitory law of that State does not regard liquor as property, and the woman recover-1 SOn ed the money on the ground that it badlv^ay.  been pud to the liquor yonder Without con« ideratioo.  A Floating Railroad.  E A. Ford of th« Beo Line, writing from New Orleans, says: We must tell you about a great curiosity—the New Orleans, Jack-and Great Northern Rail-It e.Ttends from Now Or-  natioa was raved  An-wcr—|na4 fatâiiliarity *ith the detective »ysîiin, by "Is it al.^ycn the pnorcit may rise to afîiaencc and  be able to see and know the wish of tlio 'running away—i^ra Kecne «wer—"Yes." ^ and nylro-glycerine, and monkey-  people ia these aiAtters of laxatioa, f«#r il ¡will play "HaH-rfd Djw:i," ttiÍ4 cyeniai.^ i _After wailing a moment Newton ^ an.l cross-cut saws  they do nut speedily lean from the signs ofl»^ ^ Masodaon. ühc's a Kttne one—Tii-.  thutimes,»»«« ofthem, atlesÄt, will be K-ft ; Old Settler's RodKy. of Cais coantr, wili,{oor thai o;>eiis to admit us iafc) a better I posnc ctab'ility.  ßl^meet to-morrow—The public sch >jls clos-|iifc;" An^v^er—'Ye^ " By the f»m»;— ' -----  led last WcdDîidav, alter a continuan.c of bright Ansiver—' Sanny  „ ! . , • tuid f«r," ad:ni:iiu An instAUt after  Mas. ;nu»<s»x.on.h# «'1 am justcafhiu^limii^es." Question  by Iii» wile, ' U.igiiter tlian anything ycu ever eaw oil earth ?" Aii^wiir—"Oh! yes.'"  There are some very curious funeral rites in Greenland, where oni its becoming evident to tlie friends and relations of an Esquimaux that, either from sickness or old a^e.he is in ayery bad way, a solemn conclave is assembled and a long consultation held, in which it is debated pro and con, whether the sick man recover should it be dccidcd against him, the fiat is annonnc« cd by a depuution as a fact in which the sick man is bound to acquiesce. No extravagant demonstration of giief accom-panica this avowal, for it seems to be re« garded by all parties as an inevitable law of nature that the man must die, and they therefore ac«ept h philosophically. Soon after the decision is made known to the patient he is borne to the door of his snow-hut by his friends, a bow aua arrow placed in his'hands, and with such strength as is left to him he shoots ; and ^as the arrow leaves the bow-string it severs his connection with the things of this ilfe—for on the spot on which the arrow falls the grave of the living man (officially regarded as dead,) is at once made ; and, sewn up in his "kayak," with his weapons beaÚe bim, he is deposited therein without further loss of time. The last scene in the lile of an Esquimaux would make a fine picture; the clui'tcr of snow-buU standing like pigmies amidst the huge masses of bluc..bkck ice, around the clear piercing air, illuminated only by the wavering flashes of the aurora borealis ; in the fcrc-(m»und the group of fur clad figures clustering round, supporting the fainting form of one whom they are in strut ting in his last voluntary act, which severs his ties to this earth forever.  at home after the aext campaign-•asthcr time, should yon like it.  We have received a s'.ip from the Secretary of ana*85CÍaíionat¿lndi«niK»lÍ8whopro poses to kold a *air at some tinte ia tbe f^-'jOi is tur«, wit I a ruque»t to pabli^h. Oar ad-' .,, _ .  ▼eru«ng terms are ta üy fomaá. and wc re-! '^"" Hiati * C arter,  The Yankee's Bel.  W1 cai'IER.  The Indiaaapoîiî excuriioa billed for tlic . , . , , , „-  I .\ad ag.im he sank awavaud the >iut words  tee bi^ç eicnsment-The Wiohn f^jjj,, noai his lip/ cbsiag in deatii.  are run- :ind tlius enkd the triumph which was the 1er the becretary I. ihcii. The I:.dianian nii;g in -fall bW-Nathau Reed andj«^-'.«;»» • TTJI  Kura tbin^ ot the fair, we have bo d.jn1»t,, ,  that aa outlay of money in jadidous prevaihag st^k oí potato bag—The Jor^r-vortising will insui« a large retuàu. At i««^'»ay« that Tom Brewn likas to '•mi-li-any late we heye ceased working for noth ct«," what every that is—Wheat u selling  at one dollar per Lenhel—The Star Light iBaecEall Club of Winchester beat the  iag.— Wartaw Ittdtanimm. And we have received the same. The  A Mule ElCelnFlciida,  -sUp" would mAe nearly a column ia Tat ^f Ridgevaie by a score of twenty to Ubbald. One insertion ef that column'^j^t^Q would cost about áfleea dollars. For flf j waaioir.  teen dollar« ofactmal labor leadsred, thej The town treasurer is reported to bi a eociely would probably send a ticket which ' ¿cf^aiter and has absconded.  A gentleman -vriiing from Femandina Florida, to the BuiT:»lo Com:Mrcial Aden-tisfr, gives the following amu^ing accouut of his aJventrres with a gentle mule. He  says :  ' The bovs în^i^lcd th.\t I needed relaxation. My liiaUii reduired it. I hada prêt ToUl loss IV l'air anide ot hciltii, 1 thiiuglit; enou^li  lint I nuist re use. Tlic  "Rcckon I couldn't drive a trade with vou to Slav, Squire," s tid a genuine speci-latn of the Yankee peddler, as he stood at :lie door of a merchant in St. Louis.  "I reckon vou cukulutc about right for you cau't ao way.  '•Wiial, 1 guess you needn't get liuft'y beout it. Now, lierc is a half dor.<'n lazor <t.0(>« w ortfi two dollars and a halt, you may have 'eui for two dollars "  Awkward Result of Telegraph Fiirtatlou.  The 11th ef June is to be a field day for Connersville. On that occasion excursion trains will be ran to Aat place from Cin-cinnati and Indianapolis. Zoaave companies from these cities will meet the Zouaves of Connersville and giye a grand drill and sham battle at the Fair Gkounds. The whole thing to be cooled off in the evening  by a display from the water works.  --. ---  Diiring a fine starlit evening lately, a jnycnile philosopher, after a sileet and'pro-found scrutiny of the beaytas, asked his mother abruptly where tbe stira came from. Mamma replied, "1 don't know, Willie-" " "Tea you do, too.,' "Ko, Willie, I don't know where tiie stars come from."—*' Well, yon bet Ido. Tbe moon laid'em<  Styrla is haunted by old women who wheedle yonns ladies out of their b.'auti-ful hair tlpoh toe prctence that it is needed for the Holy Virgin, and then sell it for high prices. In Fiuis, too, young girls are exposed to the depredativ/Usof hairsteale-s. Notwitlistanding ipan-y sdbdtitdtcs fbr hair, the genuine article continues in good demand.  In a rccent lecture on the subject. Miss Maria Mitchell veutured the prediction that the time is not far dii>tant when the terrible accidents and revolutions occorring in the solar photoop'aere will be found each morning in the daily newspapers, side by side with the relegraphic intelligence from all parts of our own globe.  A BrookstoQ man went into LafayettA on Tuesday, got cleverly "fatij^ued,'!/ laid down close to a molasses barrel, accidentally turned the faucet.^ and went to sleep with a full stream running on his head. He was discovered after eighteen piUona.full measure.of the "sweetrestorer had ran oat over him. The Mayor of the city fiuther sweetened him by a fine of eight dollars. He paid the fine, and gave his note for the molasses.  A little incident which happened to Lcbimou young lady during a reccnt visit to Nashville, has been the cause of much amusement to a few friends wlio have heard the details. Among the numerons admii-ers of the yjuu;; laily iu question is a gallant youog gentleman who is engaged as an oiK-nitor in one of the telegraph olllces of tl is city. Bciug desiroui that Miss. ^hiHild sec all euriosiiies of Na.shville, the  young man proi)osed that sive should visit '•I MiVu'r'd^n'tTHMt" anv of yourji''^ telegraph office. A party of young ladies ajis. so you m.ay as well be going along." gentlemen was m.idcup.and all repair-  leaus, Louisiana, through Jackson, the capital of Mississippi, to Canton, Mississippi a distance of two hundred and sixty miles, ajid runs in nearly a beo line north and south. The southern end of it particularly attracts our attention. For about fifteen miles out of New Orleans the track is laid on term firman but tho next thir ty miles beyond that is through an immense cypress swamp^ which, apparently, has no bottom. The swamp ia thick with large ¿ypress and swamp oak trees tangled vines and underbrush, palm plant (such as your chcap palm oaf fans are made of), wild grass and wild flowers, tho roots of all of which are grown and knit together, the whole forming a dense mass, which floats on the mucic, mire and water beneath,— Soundings have been inadc at various places in this swamp, and no bottom could be found! But what obstacle can not genius ovcY-come? If this mass of roots and trees could float securely^why not build a rr.ilwav across this grand raft of naturft?  And this is tho way it was done: By the aid of small boats, plank, and boards, the line wad surveyed, the trees felled and cleared away.  Finkle A ^yoii  SEWmO MACHINE» i  fo ptttkaSij dvfvlepa aad p«rftct H» SewiBg liaddne Art, fi to cany |oj ^«daM to BO oiuiti portiottof tkodvfllMft  world, to a liberal eltoat. it is to fttu Tide M boaMsble support to tbo isdiieai •ad dopMdeot. and to mnltipty Ao «mm ofsociid adyaaceKentto all»  Bat to rend« tbo Sewing Uadiia» Ar in tbe highest degree tfs^, it is necwsay Itt—To direst tie Smrbig Uacbino every loose and clumsy attachmcaw-of every delicate and complicated ebntrimaces til.—It must bo simple constraclioa throngbom, that it may be eaidly nnder--stood and readily adjusted. aa.->Xt mn^ be cortftin in its resnlu, that tho operator nay aot be dkootiraged with tho «ndoin^ of imper^ work, and tbe loss of good^ roiirad by a second sew ing. 4th. —It mus» bb adapted to a gr«at rargo of workman« ship, as most can bat« bat oaa Machid fotfevery kind of sewhig. 8tb —It should be strong aad durable in a Its part^. Thia may seem less importut for light fhmilr use, where the most delicate Machina ma^ workwellfora wbilo, bat eyen tlik ligl* •emee will »oon render it les. certain m im operations, Rqniribg more and mare fres, qaent and expensive repairing.  b oar improyements of the Sewing Mi-> chine we haye rendered each moyemea^ positit e and absolute, aud at the same tirao light and easy, so as to obtain the highest! speed with little or no noise, and without ii^ary to tb^ Ifacbine. Wo bave so slmp]i<« fied its cofictraction, that the most inexperienced can operate and regulate it with« oat encountering the usual didcnltics and. discoaragemenu so frequently complained ot by bogianera in the tu» of the Sewing Machine. Indeed, we defy the world tat produce the first-intelligent and anblascd mechanic who will not proncnnoe it ther BSST Family Sewing Machine he ever saw i but wc deem it more dignified that tbo Ma^ ciuBc should proclaim it» own merit.  It wore ati easy task to oflfer long cata^« logues of bigh-scnnding refereuces, aod stingier topobluh nonsensical pampbleta of flippant and flattcting testimoniala from paid cewsoaper editors and bought (•fficiais, but it would lie of no earthly set^^ vice to the bityer, sihee tue poorest m»-diiaes fnmish these in tho greatest abund^ ance, aiid tliat, too< of necessity, yiat» cortreal their lack of merit.  We, therefore, seek sin ply an mtelllgen. exaiainatlon of the merits of our Machina-in comparison with other*. This examin-« ation we woald hare the ciost impartial. T»-this end wo woald suggest that tho samo courso be odopteii that was adopted by tho Board ot Examiners at tho Franklin Insti--tutc, in PhUadel^thia, at their annoal exi.i-bition. Their réport on Sewing Macliinea is yery instrtictire, and is therefore alluded to in tbis circular. By thus t«feniv ttf the course adopteil by the Fratkliu Jfcsti-tute,' wc may be disclosing a secret of tha trade, and yet to those about to »»urchas« a* Machine for Family use, it ia bût doing aa wo would be done by.  Let tho Machine be threaded with fino spool cotton, or silk, the upper and under spools alike. Then take some dozon piece« of different fabrics, ranging all the war. from tlie finest gauze to the heaviest cloth, and eyen stout, hard leather. Sew each of  A continuous raft of heavy plunk, eachlayer at right angles with the other, was con-structed and put afloat. ^ this was laid, about four  apart, heavy logs '>f òak and cy-  _________press. Hewn stringers, probablv  > langbaire'inciden"tha,^nedtho inches square, werc then  Across ¡yst BD3cd. v/ithout stopping, or eyen ch^ feet [ing tiie tension. Bepeat wis process back-  cyening in a Philadislphia pallor, ik young ®cross the  lad "  wit  c  The lady looked greatly startled for a moment, and was blushine deeply, when the thought occured to her tlvat "My Tnmdle Bed" is the^natfie of a new song.  ward and forward some score of tifl^.. Now, if tho sewing of all the difFerent fab-rics is perfect, the «cam elastic, and alike Nith sides—no skipping of stitches—>t^on it is safe to conclude thai the Machiee'Is aoi^  ___________^____^__________. logs, parallel  idr bt'ing about to%ntértain her visitor with and a little outside of the'* ^^ Macbinw  rith music on the piano, was suddenly ask-, prODOScd Irack Larire tie« WCre ^ " ft«aily  d, -'llaye you_got "My Tmndle Bed?" ». , • nn^itioT,. «ir m- .iJl-t ........., .  "Waal neow, look, here, Stjuar.', I'll bet you five dollars tuut if you inak- ma an offer for them ere strops, we'll haye a trade yet."  ' Done said the merchant, and hó stake«! the money.  "Kow," says he "I II give you lixpcnce for t!iP strops."  "T'.icy'ic youni!" said the Yankee as he quietly pockctci the stake. "li;U" continued he, after a little rcfleciion, and with a (»rush of irankuess, '1 calculate a jokc'n a joke, and if you don't want the strops, I'll  And ridiuy; too d^.•c¡) to riilc buck  fourteen dollars and serenty-fiye ctnu by i.iniwa i'l quite low—Two hones were stolej t on'horisc b^k, and so I thought to i Tjerchau» looked brighter.  cot publiihing the "slip." jfrom the sUble of Mathew Taylor, who " ' ' ' " "...........  The fac: is the State Board of Agricul- livei west of Marioa—The ChronicU  'take a ride.  e<l to the office, under tiie guidance, of the gallant operator aforesaid. After e.\plain-ing the telegrrphic apparatus, and explain-iog the working of tlio lumery, he propos-eil, for the amusement of the party, to take ofl" tlie next dispatch which came over the wires. An oppcrturity wns soon afforded, and tlie operator took ofl" the telegram sent by a lady in Uentucky to a lady in Texas which com^d^ite, consisted simply ot the wordi, "I/aiah ix,6." So unique a telegraph message orcatcd considerable snr-prise, but not one o f the party was suffi-jciently vrell-posted Sundav school scholar to rcpaat the vcric referred to Detenu'i-ed to known what the woras of "Isaiah ix,  weight oí the trains; and stand-  laj.plicdto the livory mani . y ju're n-.t siu-h a bad chap .vftcf all,' |lorahor«o. Hciiad one. M ' look« d sor-, Here are your strops—giie me . . . , »n-|n:wfu!!y at me, as tMon'4h h'-pit:ed "i® —imv moner '  ture spends fabaloas sums la the printing¡nounces that H. Brownlee has afcmale hog' 1 ».d 1 eter ride a innlc' 1 ncv.r had. Ile . i i.ere'it i-  of illumisated posters, which, compare.l!which' rcoently increased hi^ stock of as good ridmg Iwrbcs as evi-r was sad ^^^^^ . v . , r , i t • i i • .»  ,Grant county agnrultural society publish-¡mal.-. I don't couMder myself a ],iou't buy ruj  'There it is.' said the Yankee, as he took and luuded i)avk 'he 8Ìx pence  One of the spiciest newspapei-s we receive from the Pacific slope is the Evening Termini, a daily journal recently established in Oakland California, by Robert B. Miller, formerly of South Bend, aad Messrs. Cook, Dormer, & Shields. It is wide-awake, energetic and ably edited, and its steady and prosperous growth is the surest evidence of its (josition in popular regard. Long life to it.  "A Pennsylvania bachelor" thui gets after lovely women; "1 impcach her iu the name of the great whale of tbe ocean, whose bones arc torn asunder to enable her to keep straight. I impeach her in the name of the pcacDck.whose feathers without his per mij^iou shehas stealthily and without honor  then put in position, six or eight feet apart, across these stringers. Another set of stringers across these ties, lengthwise of the track, to bo directly under the  Tho reasons are obyioQs, fbr inch a Machine will do the Crst-elass fine worlc with the"same facility that it will do th» first-class heavy work—n ill run from on* kindofwoik to another without altering iension or re^a^justing m.ichine. and win"  rail on each side, on \\hich three-¡p«*s oyer seams vfithou. breaking needle or inch plank cross ties were laid the »kipping stitches. uSuaia¡.ta„co.apart,a„d the ■'col,-  house on which the track is laid to the public. Wedo?it4say that it ran* and this railway float, is com-'»s'er. and easier, and utiJlcr tlmn any othec plete. On an average, the rail is ma^-hinein us«; but we tali say—end witU  about three feet above the »'t.^ta-S  and muck, and the ties andlmathine in tflorket. Feiti.or do we «nv stringers are so securely splicedjttiat it will do finer and nicer work than any and fa.stenedthat the road is con-h^'l*'".?*'^^*®® use—bm. we wM say— sidered entirelv safe far tho  suitreu tniirtiy »«l-l^ lOr lllC „„g ^n-, ^ „j^c ^york an any Sewing Ma-heaviest trains. Hit; track is ¡chine inann'acmred, and tf'C i8.-ne machia» smooth, find verv oveir surface,! »«H «cw as heavy Beaver Cioth Ovetcocut as but gives siigthtly under the  worthless, aad yet expect evn-y paper lalianatodoagreatamoantofadyertiiiing cd their premium list in the Mmitvr last !jnd;i« of mules  gratis. We will uet do it. Oar eolamns l^e^V "" -------  are worth all we ask for them, and no body {  ahcald spjnfe the ase ef them. Thoso who want to ase them must pay. and tho^e who can't or won't pay nu st go to some ot*»»» p iper.  Home MiRvfactures,  you trade with that ere sixpence I buy razor strops.  ().', were, oar young tclegrai^h friend andiassumed. I impeach her in the name of,. • • p  tlic Lcbaiiuu young ladv stopped at Billy I the hor»^ whose tail she has perverted mg on the rear, its TiSe from the Collier's,;in their way back, and asked to Ifrom its use to the making of wavy tresses water as the train passes along is ee a Bih'o. Witli ca_".!r hands they turn-|to decorate the baek of the head and neck, qyitg perceptibllc Accidents are  of the kangaroo, ^ ^ i i 3 ' i  " rnil «.Ai-i >i«i 11./i* fl.A SDCOil  A Drummer Done For.  The Rushville Time», anew paper, af\er^ adoptiag our metto; "Hew to the Uae, let;*^"^' ^.'  There is a great deal of trath in tbe following, and wt oommead it to tbe attentioa of those wko do not believe in bome in-  I had some various 110-iios'.s in regard to thcin; supposed they would do a large amount of work, with a Very little fee«!, and were immortal. 1 hud read of on« being driven over the suniBi Wo rocentiy heard a drummer connectcd route, by the same boV, for 87 years, at'l, with f promin. nt house relate a personal he was a voung mule yet. iexi>erifnce which befell him while "taking  Bring forth the mule. The mule was ,,rdcrs" among the business men, denizens  of a rual district not verv remote. While Usplaying his ftampl 's teforo a crowdcd  brought. He was a meek looki" ; euss—a perfect "Uriah Heep" of a mule, so tar as  "UmbJcDCss" was concerned. ' Atlca.n that|^tore>room, cr.-iatiatingupon the merits of  --»—• —--------------. ti«habit ol the nronle^ 1 his wares, and iuduecmouts oflorcd bv his  tbe chips fcU where they wiil." stole an ar iJ'L wiS.^i or ' r/ll 'Ti ^'^mploycr;. he was annoyed by a diminutive  ,10 looa WK aisresp ci ru« uj on bc ^n.t.illv. I thon-Lt those old lad whose countenance did not in-  what thev i,Ij^^te an unusual degree of intelligence.—  tide from us, aboat tbe papers of Mande.jHo^-pro¿üc¿ and^^to cherish the idea ihat ¡^ ^Xeíd about knew Tbe TWei IS m careless aboat iU "chips" nothing can be j^ood or reliable that has  as a buffalo.  not a metropoliian endorsement. This is often found to be a mistake. No town or  uow uiggin'« «on«,-broke me  and manufacturers of all kinds, are t-ustain-  stm.  were doing when they traveled on mules, lyhinkini: to have s«me sport at the liule I had a high re^j»cct for their ju l-cment.- Yp,;,,^, expenge, he turned and said in pat-Just then my muie began to show symp- roniziag ^Vav: 'Bnbby. do you think when tons—symptons of what I did not know 1 grown up to manhood, vou will  found out. Droi)j)iiig his head between hi.s ... . . .. - .  . .-: , ... e.1- Every industrious mechanic is a bless-  "Yes, 1 rwnember that anecdote," the'i ^ jhe town Vvery manufacturing es-  Sunday school 8apem.tendentsaid,withthe myj,l,ment. however bumble, is a public old pathos m his voice and tbe old sad look i boncHt. Every chair, Uble, bedstead, bu-in his eyes. "It was 0boat a simple creat- rg^^^jjeeibarrow, harness, pair of boou are named Higgins, that used to hawl rock „r yther articles, made at homo keeps'  ^r old iWiby. When Aelamento<lJudg- njoney from going abroad, »»nd to jilst that . - , jj^ ¿¡j^-t appear to be.-question bow to braak tbe news to  Bnbby. do you you have grown up to manhood, you will ... ¡ever be able to travel over the country and  legs, his heels disenbed a parabolic curve,goo.!«'" 'No sir,' responded the boy; or a diaiHjIic curve, or some other intcni.%1 f^u^^ ^ respeetabli  tLc verse, they laid the book »luittly down, and, with very red faces, Koftly left the store. If you want to make the young lady angry in earnest, ask her what is the news by telegraph.—AasAn7/e Banner.  curve, in the air, and I got ofl and sat on the groiind. I got off over his head, and 1 did it quick. I am not so old, but I can get off an animal of that kind as quick as a l»oy. Then i looked at the bcuI« to see if  mg  respectable call-  A Royal Baby.  Princess Christian has another baby. Another expensive addition is thus made to ihc national pauper roll. There is little fear ot Queen Victoria's dynaity ever run. niiig out for want of heirs, for a moie prolific race never existed. Peeple do not seem to realize that what Is fun to tho members of the royal family is to prove in the end something serious to tho financ-es of the nation ■ but it is ncvertlieless true that j;vcry occasion like the present details au additional national expense in the future to the amount of from fire to ten thousand pounds perannum- Iruly royalty is on expensiye luxury.—London IMter.  Intensely French.  A singular instance of how even ceme-wa^ teries may he turned to good account, and  great qaestion bow to biaak the news to 1 repoiiv« a., ».»»^y .. and ^.„(jer-reminiscences utilized, is lelated by  ^r Mrs. Baglev. Bat finally the bodr One evening dress or dinner dress of;a contusion on the lower end ot my back, ^f p^is A widower, who  ^ put intrWigin's wagon, and be was blondino silk bad tbe trailing skirt trim-¡Then I fought I would pronounce a left ¡greatly regretted his wife, had her buried iu Instructed to take it to Mrs- B. but to be med with point frills edjred with raveled ¡handed ble.'ssing on that mu.e, au l on his j^e cemetery of Mount Piiranasse. He very guarded and discreet in hi; language, niching of the sUk. A deep creft de cW | forefathers an.l foremothers before h:.n and p^. ^^ of marble or stonc-  aod not break tbe news fo ber at onn-, but overskirt was bordered with tbe same riich-lon his children after lum. But 1 didn t-i^nly a small garden and u very mal! in-- Whea Hi 'gc Rs itigs, very heavy. The waist was trimmed 11 wondered if he w<imd st.md tire- i'i goription marted the soot where Jiis lost  herself tha ('Irecian bend, has bro ught into ill-favor and disrepute  Two or Them.—Two strings to their bow have the wamen'i rights women. One is Henry Ward Bcecher, President of the American Woman Suffrage Association, and the other is Theodore Tilton, President of the Union Woman Suffrage Society. This is coming back to the rule of tho oíd Pennsylvania farmer—"Neyor trust a flock oí hens on the high road without a rooster, lor if you do they arc sure to get scattered and lost—JSe 117 iori fferald.  to about ten miles [>er hour. It  Nay, raoru, tiii* rama macliinc a ìII sew from one to twenty thicknesses of M .irscilles, or from the most'i'.clicate bank biL to tba stoutest haniens lestl.or, w ithout a»y changa whatever, »id lusk« cfcry stit h pcVfect.  Now, ?.ich an illustralion o th.- cft¡jacity of sowing tnadiine is of the higLe»f prac* tical value to one about to purchase a  is said that if an engine runs oflfi°iachine for family use.  into this swamp it immediately sinks, and is seen no more. Wc don't Tvonder at that!  Cannibal Cnllnary Art.  Some French soldiers were recently taken prisoners by Kanaks, and one of themwas killed and eaten. His comrades describe  Not that i'veij family require so wide si range of Worktaanphip; but every family ioet require a machin'* to run ov: r «oams -vhhout breaking needles or skipping stitch* es,antl certainly it can l>e no obioctioii if tbe machine will tew from »me kind of work to another,without <|r^cu]t and tedious adjust ments. Nay, the fact it ont. nnd uo arts of the Trade can di'^^gnise it, viz. tliat these' vexatious adjustments have ever been tha crying sin of the sewing machine in the houoehold, and the groat obstacle to tbcir-popular use fin the f:»mily sewing.  W« extract from the UV-port of the Con»-*  How a book agent succeeded in pushing í.tÍl^off vÍpÍÍ^^^^^'^.ÍÍ^^Í P^f Exhibitions, held in Philadelphia  hi.s wares in Minnesota, is thu.s related by¡^«Capr ato t i^r V Ctim-a matter by the Frankl.t Institute. Oei. ItìCÌ; himseh: "I went into a lawyer's ofBce'Ot no small UllllCUlty, considering 'No. 109—flic Fniklc & Lyon Machina' ye.«iterdav, and asked him if he wanted to'the bluiitncss of their hatchets.— j is a SJitittie-Machine, and has much to. snb.scnbè for our new book. He answered¡TUg Kf,(Jy then hum' on a t'-ec '^commend it. Ihe shnîtîc is carried in a' me so savagely that we got into hard words , , „ r,...» „„,1 tlw. «11a\v »s the inventor asfcrts, to r.void  and he finalIv struck ml 1 then we"t to ^he feet and the blood work and blackened both his own eyes, ed to run for an hour. JMtan-kicked him around his office and down hi»¡while^ H .hole, a ynvd and , a  huko up to Dnv.—A fellow whose countenance was homelv enough Ito scare:- . , . . ^ • . „j  the "old one." was ¿ivin- some extra » S^oi speculation, as the lawyer r. hated  do it gradually and gently.  got there with his ¡ad freight, he shouted 'to correspond, with ti.t addition of two box had had a pisiol. I would have j.nt tne muz p^^tner lay. First some nastnrtiums werej^hcn ycu was a boy,and your mother hung  ----- - Then plaiting« of blonde simulating a equare-cutlzle to his ear and tncd lim P<ot tnat 1 over the grave—tho deceased was jyog „p by the moutU to dry."  ' waist whi'-h were held in pla«e by pipimgs was hostile toward him. but I was afraid ^f „^tartiiims; tliese were leathered/ ^ _ -________ _  As tbe ravelled edge of blond- somebody might take a ride on him some „„ and eaten as saUd  one," was givmg flourishes in a public house, when ho was observed by a Yankee, who a^iked him*  "Didn't you fall into a brook when you was young!"  "What do yon mean, yon impertinent scoundrel?"  "Why. I didn't mean nothin', only yo^lfln^inirs and have got such nn all fired crooked mouth. I ^ thought as how you fall' J in tho brook  own stairs into the street, and 1 have just!}^jjlf deep, i*. yard Avidc, is dl'f^ in  ixround. The Avhole i. lined tho midst  by nearly everybody, and they arc sc glad he was kicked, that I am getting lots of sub striberi.  This at- ^ man was indicted for felony His  Office of the New Weed, F. F. and M. F. Sewing Machines, Needles, Oil, and i-epairing. South of Public Square. WM. H. STEPHENSON, tf.  friction in the shattle race. The teiision is" from a rod, around which the tbnnd 1« twisted, each turn incrcAshii: the tcnsica; á ^cnliarity Is ch^imed in operating 6am, The groove in this i vn.. which gives motion to the aecdiC bar, ia so aiTaiige<l, that the 01 needle bar is at no tira-; actnally at ■ but its spcod, as it approaches the top or bottom of its stroke, is gradually increased or diminished. The machine works with short needle, and the loop thrown iff for the slmttle to pans tîu-augh is very smaîl;th« slack t)f flic thread îà diavrn hy a pecniiar lever, operateli l>y the uee.lle bar,an<l seems to woik with great ¡.rccision. In the work  till Mrs. Bagley carne to the door. le said ;  "Dr<es the wi'lder Baglcv live bere 7 |of the. silk. .................-.—ri:.----r r _ i . «K^t------V "V --------..-------,  "Tbe wtóo«, Bagley f iTo.sir!" | ine stlk is aiways more delicate m shadeiday and get hurt. 1 ^^ l'"'«''troplCS,  'TUbctshe W Buthaveitvonrown'thanthe solidsurface.tbo efTect of »^esc ¡benevoleut and ss ngainary ulta ^^^^^ adopted, and some little innk-^ ^Uz jury tound him guilty, Thei'V"« "^ , ' , .^cross  ............• trated 1 ben 1 got up and shook the.grewthcreas if by chance. Tho ' and aroec and said.- '-l V 1 ^ «ICIOSS  dustofr myfeet, and bnwhed the sand o«j„fl,pi.jiinchargeof the cemetervswd noth-"(Gentleman the nian's imiocenco was the Isthmus, and cnble thence tO  M. U lit» um uaTC ii Tonr own i.inii vuv —------ --  iray. Well, does Jutfyr Bagley live here ?" ruches, combined with plaited "loeting' 1» "Tee, Jndge Barley lives here." ¡most gracefal. One can forgive the des-  "ITI bet he don't. Bat never  never mind—it traction of silk tJiat is productive ni any ^a'tforme to eontradict. Is the Judge thing so admirable —JV. Y. Fatkion Letter.  far  "No, «ot at preseot " "I jestezpeeted as orach. Becaase,yoa kiiow-~tak^ bold oWbin, manlf for ('  f^ing to make a litUe coouaanicatioR  Cuba, to connect with the present Cuban cable to New York,  p oat here in tbe wagon  see bin yoall acknowl«3ge, your fashionable existence an inqueet is aboat the only thing d beacoaifertto Aim!  , my tit)W8cr8 as a testimony against that ¡„j, „„jjj uutumn, when he becomc dearly proven "  r. place. Then I led the mnle cai^fuJly homo ^^e of the presence of two enormcmii -Yes said the foreman, "he U inno-A wlom oreMnts itself in this . .melon* in the little enclosure. This timeL . fj.,.;,^.. n,,^ i.^unred aeamst bim;!  Agorge>msrfca presentt it^lf regulations was nut in forcc, andl^^^be suTle mT ffi^e l.-Tst Christ-^ffaph lines Will  connection. Whenever raye led «dges .for» ¿octor or Samariun, to do me up new form of market gardening wasl^^j^^ » ^ " ' from every City  ""i brought to a close by the berea ed husband b-eing rcijuested to wirhdraw from the cem-1 iV- " eterv, which he did,comj laining bitteriyofl ghed—ind 1 stood holdrng and having that he had .«o par-',., . ,, r . . „ ---------- ----- " ' "" ----' " v....... " "  n I Uu-h'd It was rc.iiru-vaulted the ve-etaMos grown uj^.n!»'»-''«- Make« dtruhio pocket of t^t»-»«« i.„„niniT aeross tho Continent, ull;Mcn aloiic aro permitted to enjoy • ■ ■ ' - ,tht grave, and e.tca the,n .with Lima, nnd siyin-'so ^ront an honor and so rare a  >r I'm a become sufficiently fashionable, ladies and rag. and pour dive oil and chamj.a-nn ion, and' gentlemen caa biing ont tbelr frayed 'gar-'ioy «ij'y I'^^g'f  l^ionmaybeit'UjaryouK,^^ "  been an acc*ident, mom. 1 ve got the Judxe '. .. 2 ^ 1 /■ Orlod B? oat he» in tbe wagon-.tnd ^P'^rt themselves m tho extreme glare of  Efcasv^ pKpm say €W%M Mved,M residi« BalilriMIM  A « an aligned a room In ''"^•'if ?iii fclMl* a lady's nigbt'gowu en by the l%.ly ocfu-iba' clerk, irith the id* is of no UM to me  that he hau to help bench and Ian; the mule—then  lotts. But I have learned a little wis lom.  Next time I ride on hojueback il w>ll Ik; » Batisfa< tion, lK;can«e ho felt they wore offur  Now that ice is high it is worth while to Jknow how to keep a small piece a good: Janeiro  with stone, and in tliem a groat fire is lighted.— When the wood h: kurned down a Tittle and fif^ows with heat it is covered with more stones. The man is then cleaiicd out and divided into piocces about a foot long,  .1 1 ■) 1 r i 1 • ..1 " IKJ "«nn. iYimiiivai iiri'fisiou. ill llic v,ora  the hamis and feet being thrownj.ionc hy thia m.ul.ine for the hnpeciion of a\V:iy as worthless. The pieces of'tlse Commirtee the onciotor stitche<l froia the man are placed on the leaves''if»" k»«»-; «-'nth r.nd leather, with-  A SUOR. cable «ill bo la,,1 ,1..- ofa Ursc rose tree peculiar to the j'l'o ™ M  . .. -------------ri tropics, Ihomeat is Burroundcd high spec.!, runs vjry lightly, and with hot  by coca-nut. banana, and some other plants noted for their deli  cious ila\;or. The Mq is tied arraugcmenr.. ..la ««apta.ion Ci  lol itogetlier hrmly; the lire is then re ^rrvat ra^ige of vc.>rkmansliip, the Commit be constructed moved from tho pit, the meat is tee irivcs preference in order of merit, of size on the ¡placed among the hot stones, and ^^Jp^f- .^'y®»  Atlantic coast oT South Araerica thus, carefuly covered is left to (liuenos Ayres, Montevideo, Rio cook foe nn hour. Women don't and Cape St. Koiiue) .partake of the warrior's  lut!r.oiye.  "Ki viewing the merits of the foregoing Macnines in reg.ard to excellence of me chanical arraugcment^. <t.id adaptation ta  Machines.  JOHN V:. ADDICKS, Chairmaa.  hotel at different kind of beast from a bogus jack-'^j i^j^j his Zoo,  Garters witli inonoi^r^iu clasps The Crown Prince of Austria is called a worn by the pretty girls. Tii.\r ''dull, indolant, eood \ natnred lad, who',a novelty yet but wc U 'pe to Boo •am fernatfiingW dannnff andmasie-"'them.  or CO between the iiuicr niid ouier pockets, thiir biisiiicss to the South Anio dclicacy. 'nud pack tliii space as ful! a» ¡»»«sihlo «f rican and I'unama Cable Cou!-..owlfeathors ; hens' f.athjrs are i.istj».i ^^^^^ Amori-  «1* "fftîV-r With a pocket thn( constructed, and kept . . . ,  mji- ufi^loscly tied at ti.o momh, a fc-,y pou .hs'Ca will Hoon be in intimate 'maj be kopt a week. 'graphic communicatiiun.  The Lowell ('< nri r calls tele- I'l'i^ic of the family cradle ■ money.  feast.— Pi^Htoftf Bnüä'nt^f  A:n DE USON, IND.  , FO-CUERAN Agent  the Sowin_' Vachmt Fiiturta ftoá hush Olls ,  Í Mar. U im  ••T k  Í  ."CLrs   

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