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C.IAZETTE: TUESDAY, PBPTTVMllEn. i" ]!'>.!ph V.'aldo Kmwon w»s ft arvnt, iiiihonr'i lie never confess net. t»~><">k d U,i> I'liKUMATio SVIUT ('o.,,Tackflon, Mich GENTS: For years I tmve been greatly B filleted with Iniliimmalory rheumatism, the pain imd soreness of the joints movt) about," only with the use of crutches. In addition to this ray stom aoh became badly diseased, and n«ural- cla set in which threatened to end my days. A travelling man stopping 'vith me Rave quite a history of Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, nnd the peculiarities of its combination, which induced me to try it, 1 have taken six bottles, and no net in my life affords me greater satisfaction than in writing you that I am a well man. I believe it to be the best remedy ever formulated. A. J. UOWLEY. Proprietor, Empire Home, Independence, Iowa ___ __ ttbs Mark Twain and Bret Ilarte had their lir.*t association in literature us book canvas? ers. Interested People. Advertising a patent medicine in the peculiar way In which the proprietor of Kemp's Ualsam for Coughs and Colds does is Indeed wonderful, lie authorizes all druggists to give those who call for it a sample bottle fre* that they may try it before purchasing. The large bottles are 50c and 81.00. We certainly would advise a trial. It may save you from consumption. 2a Daniel Websier was a book agent, and Gen. Grant canvassed for living's •'Columbus." D° \O NOT DELAT TOtJH EUDSClltrTIt:* FOU LIPPIMCOTT'S MAGAZINE, •blch now itr.mU In lh« front rank u! rnimtlilj pil>lii» ' A LEADER AMONQ LEADERS. Each number eontilal A COMPLETE NOVEL, «l«o» tlbtnl quantity ofmlBo* Uaneous matter of an Interesting tad lajtnu:Ur» niton. On« jrtmr'l nbacriptlon glvti • LIBRARY OF 12 COMPLETE NOVELS JT Acnoric*! uthon. tojethur ulth AN ABUNDANCE -JF SHORT STORIES, TOEMS, ESSAYS, >nd m»t»r« Bf uaofioAl tntflrttt to ffanc-nU reftdan. making a Tolume of NEARLY TWO THOUSAND PAGES. ~Th« tnooe« of Lipniicorr'i itindi nnpr«r«"lpnt*<i la the an nil a 6! Muuln* publishing,-and to-day Iti hmiliu tdtla ti wataonMd In «TBry hamltt. Tillage, town, and cltj Uironghont the United BtbUi. Tb« twit wrllcra of the ag« hara bwn secured and new fltotnrra will, from timt to Una, to added xhlch will gin toLtFPlIICOTT'S A DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF ITS OWN. Amelt. HlTW, Wirar Baltnl, John Habberton. WrM Fawosu. Cantain Charle. Klnir, U S.A., Orao. Kln 5 . M. ElUoUSwrell, 8>ll»aDolaro,Maurlo«narr7mor». OnlJa, aud manr oth.ra will oontrtbato to It. p»**a fir 18S9. For foil pnap»«ui, addnn Llpplneott'i M.gailtii. Phlla- ••Ipkla. 15 null ilugta number. t3.0U ptt year. Send fer urnpl* copy. (*• A Florida paper urges the town authorities to plant pear trees along the streets. WHY WILL YOU cough when Slruu- 8 Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 ota., 50 cts., and 81. Fur sale by 1'erry, the druggist,' and J. M. Hiekford, Kock Falls;-Two Hebrews own the site of ari- cirnt Babylon where their ancestors were captives and slaves. THE BEV. GEO. II. THAYEU, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. CHICAGO MORTH-— WESTERN »W RAILWAY. OVER 7,000 MILES Of steel track in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota »nd Vr^oming, penetrates the Agricultural. Mining and Commercial Centres of the WEST AND NORTHWEST^ Tho Unrivaled Equipment of the Line embraces Sumptuous Dining Cars, New Wagner and Pullnan Sleep'ers, Superb day Coaches and FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS Running direct between Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Council Bfuffs and Omaha, connecting for Portland, Denver, San Francisco and all Pacific Coast Points. ONLY LINE TO THE BLACK HILLS For Tlckeu, Rate., Mapi, Time Tables and fail Information, apply to any Ttctiot Agent or ad> dreis the Qcn'l raaaengcr Agent, Chicago, 1)1. j. x. wmpiAS, n. o. TOMB, E. p. TODOH, Srairil lbug». Tuffls idujor. Gaa'lPm. ijt. \V. A, In Paris somethinp; new are silk and llaen handkerchiofa made in the form of a leaf with stem. MTEBI.IIVO In decorating a Mexican theatre 7o,- 8CO flowera were used. IH Connnmptlon incurable f Iload the following: Mr. 0. II. Morris, Newark, Ark,, says:" Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption 1 would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by dcotors. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at D. JB. Stickler's Drug Store. Tlicrc Are So Happy l>ays For those who continue to rise unre- freshed after nights of unrest. Ne r - votisness, insomnia, indigestion—these constitute a triple alliance that perpetually wars against man'a comfort, and robs both brain and body of tranquility. Combat tho trio for a time with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, and it will give ground and event ually Hy the fleld. The basis of reform is the rectification of digestion, for tbe brain and nerve trouble is simply a reflex of the disturbance of that all important function. A wineglassfnl before "each meal of the national stomachic insures facile digestion, and a repetition of the plea: sant dose before retiring promotes nerve and muscle invigorating Bleep. Associated with indigestion wo usually Und biliousness and constipation. But together or independent of each other, these maladies are subjugated by the Bitters, which also remedies kidney trouble, rheumatism, neuralgia and malaria. tths AFTER THE BATH. CLARA.: "I have had a most refreshing bath. The IVORY SOAP is, without exception, the most luxurious soap for bathing. It lathers freely and is so easily rinsed ofT, leaving a sense of comfort and cleanliness such as no other soap will." LOUISE: "Yes, and isn't it nice to use soap that floats like the IVORY ; for if you drop it, you don't have to feel for it, but pick it off the top of the water." A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the MvoryY' they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. thfi Copyright 1S3G, by Prootor & QanVltle. WARNER SAYS SO. Hereafter the boats ~ carried by Atlantic steamers Instead of being made of wood will be made of steel in one piece. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. U cures consumption. For sale by Perry .the druggist, and J.M. Bickford llocs; Falls "ATM."Britten, of Bancroft, .Mich., is the owner of a pear tree which ia now ripening its second crop for this season. Electric Bittern. This remedy is becoming so well known and BO popular as to -need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sins the same aong of praiae.A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt llheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers.-For cure of Headache. Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.-Price 50 eta. and 81.00 per bottle at D. U. Strickler's Drug Store. At Kansas City recently a young couple were married in a drug store. Htbbcrd'B Bhenmatle and laver Pills These Pills are scientifically compounded, uniform In action. No griping pain BO commonly following tbe use of Pills. They are adapted to both adults and children with perfect safety. We guarantee they have no equal in the cure of sick headache, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, and, as an appe tizor, they excel any other preparation. Off Southern California black cod have been caught 850 fathoms deep. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Bhiloh's Cure. We - guarantee it—Eoraale byJPerry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Kock Falls . A French woman sold her jewels for $€0,000 and opened a free hospital. BuOUen'a Arnica Mtlye. The beat aalve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Bores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Favor Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hkin Eruptions, and postively cures Piles, or no pay required. It ia guaranteed to give jwrfoct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 centa per box. For sale br D. B. Striokler. An Ohio man ia in jail for trying to pull the uose of a justice of peace. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you* For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford. Bock Falls. A public school at Delmar is partly situated in Delaware and Maryland. Each state furnishes teachers for its pupils. CATAKRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Perry, tbe druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falla. Longfellow book agent. was a very successful A New IHneovery. Weakened and deranged livers, stomachs and bowels should never be acted on by irritants like common pills, bran, etc. Mile's Pills cures liver complaint, constipation, piles, etc., by a new method. Samples free at A. R. Uen- drick'a or J. M. Bickford's. Washington The immortal George was a book agent. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Fftlifl. Ex-President Hayes wad an agedt in southern Ohio. SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls Nothing la more common, nor less tru<% tbao for physician* to tell patients ia UM> Qtgt atagea c.f heart diMikst) that toe trouble is only nervoua, etc., and of no account, A little knowledge it* a d*Bg«roua thing aa shown by the great number of peopl* who di» of li«*rt dio- «a»t» wt»*n iU «ututann» la not auApect- «!.' Tail* waraiaf Dwn't n*gi*<«t tli* j Elaine sold the "Life of Henry Clay" in Pennsylvania. forced to JLeave llome. ROver 60 people were forced to leave their homes yesterday to call for afree trial package of Lane's Family Medicine. If your bloed is bad, your liver and kidneys out of order. If you are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion, don't fall to call ,on any druggist to-day for &free sample of this graiia remedy. The ladies praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size package N) cents. - 2 Gay Gould made his tlrat money in selling books in Central Ntw York. 8*8.8 34' Bismarck was a devastating book agent in his youth, selling a book with the awful title of BlumenbaehVAuf- ge'aehichte die Weeselgung in der Sp'e-' geleisen." Tlie liat«Mt Tornado The surprisiag manner in which the country id being swegt by the great discovery of Dr. Miles for curing the many diseases that originate in the nerves is astonishing all who know the facts; "The Restorative Nervine, a brain and nerve food, 89ld by A. It llendrick's or J. M. Bickford, cures weakness, want of appetite, exhaustion, debility from overwork, care, worry and dissipation. It takes the place of stimulants, opiates, chloral, etc., and cures all nervous troubles It contains no morphine, opium or dangerousdrugs. The daintiest of all the Florida fruits is the rose apple or Jambosade. "There was a frog who lived in a spring, lie caught such a could he conld not sing." Poor, unfortunate Batrachianl In what a sad plight he must have been. And yet his misfortune was one thai often befalls singers. Many a once tuneful voice among those who belong to the "genus homo is utterly spoiled by "cold in the head," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentioned "croakei" we are not aware that any remedy was ever devised; but we rejoice to know that all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats in tune by a timely u*e of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, both of which are sold by druggists. Ambrosia Is made by filling a deep glass dish with alternate layers of pineapple, oranges, bananas and peaches, with plenty of powdered sugar sprin- 'kled over each layer. Valuable Information to Boarding HOUHC Keepers. Do your wanj^ boarders?— If you do you can easily secure ibem by putting a "want" in the EVENING GAZETTE. It will cost you but 10 cents for 3 lines; '. Rullwiiy Strike at lludulo. BUFFALO, N. Y.. Sept 17 —Two hundred men wont out at llm Nmv York Central r.iilrond freight-homo yeslonlay. The trouble is over n q'twion of puy, and unices it is settloil prompt'/ it tlireati.-ns to spread through nil branehos of work in this city. f!oi Away with tho Box. SACRAMENTO, Cal., S'pt 17.— The stage between Forest Hillnn I Auburn was stopped yesterJay morning by a muskod man who domunded th>3 Wflla, Fargo & Co. treasur* box. Tho box was Riven him, and he Oficapod with it. It is not known how much it contained. _ The Weather We Miiy Kxpnct. WASHINGTON CITY, Sept. 17.— Tho following are the wrnther iinlifjitlons for the thirty- six hours from 3 p. m, yi-Ktenlay: B*or Indiana— Rain, followed by clearing weath»r; weatcrly wlntla: lower temperature In soutn- ern portion, wnrnvr weather in northern. For Michigan and WimvuiHin -I nir wcatlior) wlat- crly winds; -llKhtly warmer. Fur Iowa— F»lr weather; varlali'e winds HI ntioiiury temperature. For Illinois -l-'uir weather, preceded by rain In oxtrc'me Bouthorn iwrtlon; variable winds; warmer weather. THE MARKETS. CnicAoo, Sept 10. QnotAtlpn? on the i>oB.nl . 2?_ tradtt_ta-day— were of fo lows: Wheat— No. U Septombtf, opened "Me- closed 7GJ4c: Oetohor, opened TTJsC, closed 7t3'^-Mc; Uet-ember, oi/jned 7BJ4- 78c, clo«ed '.ti}6-Hc'. C'orQ— No. Z September, opened 33-Hc, closed £t!>ic; October, opened 3.%c, closed ;t.'!4-)4o; May, opened 31J4c, closed ;B>4C. Onts— No. a September, oponod W4, cloaed 11%:; October, opened lOWo, closed ll'Uc; May, opened !t'->i-J^c, clewed f W-Wc- Pork— .September, opened --- , closed $11.20; Octolwr, 'opent-d --- , closed Jll.aj; January, ope nod Si'.HVfc, closed $;>.». Lard — September, opened -- 9 cloaed 8.Vi>3. Produce: Butter -Fancy Elgin creamery, 20 @21c per Ib; flne dairy. 10®l8c; packing stock, THS^c. Efsri— Strictly friMh, 15l^itl9o per doz. Poultry — Live hem. 7'4'S'* per Ib; roo»- ttirs, 3c; turkeys, 1'iiIOu; ducks. 8e. Potato**— IBc<i»»l.UO s»r bljl. Apple»-»l.flO»1.3ft p«r bbL Bl*ckU.-rri»»-,1iV'aSl.wiiK>r W-qt. caao. N.w York. NEW Yonc. Sept. Id. Wheat— No. 2 red winter cmh. f *j>f 7i ': do Beytomlwr. Kftic; do October. Win; do Dwenibor, c*i... Torn -No. 3 mtx«xl c**K mber, «ll»o; dj Ot>t«b»r, He DoesriT Yearn for thn Pension Bureau. 6. VISIT TO PRESIDENT HARBISON ing nun,), Lii.> u-iJ i>. U./.-»,yu i.» Gen. Albert 1'iUo is provincial ; lor this country. y, an l mnste Another Victim i>r the "live" Wire. NEW YonK, Sept. 17< — John Powers, ago ']i)i'.| we h n to us, oin fiitli-T to : "il *avs; nri'l o\"!'n t< •0 ihnil;.;ht to h.T riKliKh fc.rcfiitln.i >rtlt (Jcninnv, b f«r rnor..' th:m n thou?aml n;: li'.'i'<ir" ttir-ic proverbs •'.• Ij'vn in u- ' funon^ our ~ in tli'-ii- ol.| licniclniiil, in •fi'tv tlii>y ronqiiorrd nnd cotilil !!• >t I" 1 r of tin- -nn i than it li-is I" 1 Pos-i!ilv tin M-.iiiiit.^l for. Jt^ pn>!iri!ily ;•,<> ni'«r .'!! many tiinr-s iH'i'oro. piiiMi "tn-'non may l>o fx- And "> General Ilnllnt Tlmt Anollinr Mnn Blunt Ho Dcclitoil Upon—A Nlrn Plnco lor Corporal Tinnier—I. A. OofT lo Mnn- nge the Ij-ind Ofllc4^—Tlio Liu Dlroot from tho rnmjjhhi Seed l*«-|»urtmont— Tlio CruiHor Hultloiorp. ', WASHINGTON CITY, Sopt. 17. -^I'lipro is good reason for bi'lit vin£ that Mnj William Warner bna cleclinod the oltor of thn coni- mlssionprshlp of pi-nsiom niiuln by i ho president some* tluys ngo. Wben SInj Warnur came hero bo salt! that he'conltl Imrdly nc- .cept tbo plnco, but bo would lake the niAtter 'under serious ndvisoiiipnt. His luw partner, Mr. Dcnn, was summoned licrn nnd ho ro- maincd in conforen™ with Miij. Warner for two days. Maj. AVarn'T. it is nmlcrslooil, canio to the conclusion- Hun lay that ho could UQtjifTord.to nccopt tho position. Otlior roAKlhllltlK*. It is now aniniu; tho possibilitios that Juclgo Rue, of Minnoapolin, or O-n, Fnir- chilit, of Wisconsin, past coiniv.amli'rs-in- chief of tho Gratvl Army of tbo Kopublic, will be Belenlwl t<i succeed Coinniissiimor Tanner. Muj.' Waniur xvent tn Djcr Purk Sunday night nnd tin I an linnr's c inference wilh iho presiiliint. Ho returned 10 Wnsliinglon yesterday afternoon from Deer Park und will reinai r in thu city for several days. Wbile bo. refuses to conflrm or deny the rop irt that ho bus decline! to accept tbo position of rommisaionyr of pensions, th'.'i'o ia DO doubt but that liu bos do- clined it. A ProHtalile I'liirn for Tunnsr. WASHINIITOX CITV. Sept. 17.—Commis- elonur Tanaer, accoinpiuiied by Albert Diiq;- gett, of Brooklyn, c.lled on Bee rotary Tniry yesterday and hail a long conference. It is understood that Oon. Tracy was asked to USB bia influence «ith tho, president to appoint Mr. Tanner recorder of do^ds for tho District of Columbia. The threo wora i-liuat- -S<l_togother_f"Tjiipro_tliiin an hour and at tlie end of that time Mr. Tanner and Mr. Daj;- gett went awav to^otbor. Tho latt*?r says Mr. Tanner will securu tbo recordersbip, wbicli pays nearly 81"».000 per year in fees. The Htilllmortf'ii SUCCRHI. WASHINGTON CITY, Bept 17.—Secretary Tracy received tho .following yesterday regarding tbe trial'of the Baltimore: "Trial of tho Baltimore satisfactorily complsted. Horse-power in excess of requirements; average speed for four hours, nineteen anil six- tentbs knots; maximum s|>ood for one bour, twenty and two-tenths knotB. Complete reports cannot be furnis'.iod for some days." The secretary repliid congratulating tbe trial board on tho ^ood news. Dodge Uftes KnbiMt United Stnto*. WASHINGTON CITV, Sept. 17.— In reply- Ing to a rhiirgo inado by Mnj. P. M. Coffee, a former employe (if tbo agricultural department, tbat tbe official crop reports aro given lo tspeculators privately in advance of general publication, Statistician Duclgo safd ye*t<-rday tbat Ibo charge is positively groundless, and "any one making tbese charges advertises bims-'lf a liai 1 ." Tlie New Latul (•omoiUitloner. WABHINOTON CIXY, Sept. 17.— A telegram from Deer Park received bere yesterday conveyed tbo announcement of the appointment of Lewis A. Groflt, of Omaha, Keb. , to tbe position of commissioner of tbe general land offlee, vidj^B M. Htoc!;8luger, resigned. flatl a Conscience, Hut No "Lamln*." WASHINGTON CITT, Sept 17.— A con- ecieuce cuntributiou of (!00 in an envelope, postmarked Chicago, was receive,*! by Secretary Windom yesterday. Accompanying it was tbe following note: "Tbia a Uukle Sam. Put it to bis Krodit." Prefer Talexinen to Tenlremen. CHICAGO, Sept. 17.— Lawyer Forest ye»- terday asked tbo court in behalf of suspect CoughUn to call the regular panel of tales- men for jurors instead of going on witli tbo veniremen. ,Tue attorney affecttd to have suspicions of tba full-ness of tbe bailifTs wbo seloct tbe veuirtmien. After a long talk tbe judga gra&toU tho request and tbt> talesmen Electric Llghlcompnny, was klllml hint evening wbilu engaged in ropairi!i» an electric light wire at tbu corner of Thirty-fourth street nnd First avonnv Ho wan- st-nudlng upon a lad:lur wbon ho ac.-id>.Mitallv'l<>uched a "livo" wire wilh bi'n baro biin,ls. Tho shock was so groat that bo fell from tbu ladder, and was so badly injured that bo died an bour lotor. _ • _ __ J)ead_nt tlieJxmlrivllleJFIre. _ LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 17.— The following is a corrected list of tho (li omen killed in tbo conflagration h_>ro Sunday night: Edward Eirly. captain No. 1 hook and ladder 'compnny; Lawibiou Stei>;liter, pipeman, No. 3 enginu company; Thnmns Wbalen, reel driver, No. 8 ongiim company; John Monahan, pipeman. No. S tnglno company; Patrick Foluy, n laiKioriiian, No. ^ hook and ladder company. Trouble Expected with the Inillnns. NEEDLES, Cal., Sept. R— Tlie citizens of Hack berry, A. T., fear an attack from tha Hualipi Indians, whd~havo bi-eh holding alleged rain danc-33 in tbo miuutnins, -4>ut who, tho settlors fear are roally preparing for a massacre. Lieut, Horsey, of .Fort Mojitvo, is at Hack harry, and says trouble is inevitable. Telegrams havo been sont to ICingman for arms and ammunition; Rough on n Railway Superintendent. PHILADELPHIA., Sept 17.— Isaao A. Swoigard, general BUporintondeiit of tho Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company, was yesterday sentenced by Jiulgo Finletter to pay a fine of $1,000 nnd to undergo an Imprisonment of six months for maintaining a nuisance in erecting a fanes along. the lino of the Philadelphia nnd Riadlng IViilroad company, of which h-3 wa« rnnviefc'j'l lasc May. Tlie St. Jo Kxpnsltlon Blnie. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Sept 17.— The flra Sunday night destroyed machinery hall only. No damago was done to the corn palace, amphitheatre, or other buildings, and the exposition wilt proceed without interruption until the closo. Tbo exhibit covers forty-six acres, and mechanics' ball represented, but a small part of tbe wholo show. Oae life was lost, that of Capt. Foster, of Leon, la., who was employed In the cereal department. Tbe steel palace car went tl rough the fire comparatively unharmed. Tho loss is now estimated at t400,000. _ Bayurri Don't Want To lie Governor. NEW YORK, Sept. 17.— A Herald special from Wilmington, Del., says that in a conversation with a closo friend of ex-Secretary Bayard he learns that Mr. Bayard will not under any circumstance accept tbe nomination for governor of D •lawar.', which tbo Democrats of that state very much wish to give him. _ _ _ Races tit-Chicago. CHICAGO, Sapt, 17. — Tbe firs t race on the card at tho West side course yesterday was declared off. Winners of tho other races were: Festus, 1 mile, 1:43>£; Hornpipe, % mile, 1:37%; Frank Shaw, % mile, 1;03; Tom Karl, % mile, 1:01%; Evangeline, steeplechase, ohort course, 3:55^. .'tiled tli" Wniul '.h'-y afterward palled Kng- anfl. M;inv of tti"!ii lire eonniion to the hole Aryan r.vc.. As Kin;.,' Alfre.l, who livi'.l in the Ninth enturv, \VHP a pood nml wi,.:e ni;\n, our nn- ostora'in tlio iniildle njef nttributed to him .any of those wise snyln;:s mul tboru is a ratlition that this proverbial philosophy wns olivornl by him to his Witnnngeniot. or old English pnrliainent. A'X OLD MANi'srnirT. Tliero is a. nianus.-ript of tho Thirteenth century containini; many of these proverbs, which have l>«n printed Just ns it van written, in tlie style ami spelling of IXHI years ago. flio speciinens that follow will bo re<'iig'ii-/u'd at once, in sjiito of their old fMshione-.l Uus;- Ish dress: • Brcnd child fur dreileth. He la fro o'f-hors tlmt nor nnde nou Wei fyht that \vel flyth. God beginning nia!:eth Rod cndyiiR. Bottes bolt In sou t*tuiu;. Fer from eye, fer from hnr'us. When the cop|ie leii])! is f ullrat thenno bcr blr e fcyrcst When the biUo Is hest [hlRliest], thonnP Is the boto [boot remedy] nest (niElic.stl Coming down to tho Fourtitiiil.il rentiiry. wo find many of our comniir.i pruvcrbs in "Piers Plowman" and ChaiK-nr. Tho author of "Piers Plowman" says tlmt faith without work is * * • Ded as a doro miyle. Wisdom and ivlttc now l.i uougbt worth a carso. This survives in our "not worth n curse," or "don't caro a curse," where curse .stands for cress. In Turner's boo!; on tbo "Names of Herbcs" (ir>4S) both forms are in nso, cres>e and kerso. An old alliterative poem contains this lino: Anger guynez igninsl thee not a ere.-is«. And Chaucer lias: • • • he rauRht [recked] ho not a kers. In tho "Canterbury Tales" one would naturally expi'Ct to (Ind ninny of our common bywords, such as: Nonlre will out, that se we dny by day. Than b It wisdom, as It tliinketh me. To niaken vertu of necesstte. Hyt Is not al gohla that clureth. --Ul'right tet a bull. : ----- r- Bet than never Is Into. Which wo havo changed into "better late than rmver.' 1 - p:•"-•. C 1 * h'-es; piping hot, etc." • ... To curry IHVOI-.!.; a '(vVrrnjitloTi of inkkll". Engliiih—U> curry fnvnll— that Is, to nib down a horse. I'nvcll was a common name for horso In the Fourteenth century. Specimens of proverb-t found In Iho Flf- teentb century literature a:o: I know not an A from the wynU-mylno, ne a n from a bolt) foot.—Jack Upland. Wo havo a craw to pulle. -Townty Mysteries. Odyous of oldo been comiwirlaouls—I^j-nilpate's • m-i'.;. \Vitliin (he 1 pnst month sin;;nl:ir li;;h!-i mi<l i;imv;t lir.vo been iiotitvil :i!"ii ; the upper cd^'o of tlii'ic!'. t In-towering b.-iri'c. HP'Mpili-rmi- iiiK \)liOHj«in'-ri'ritly amid Iho t;liioiiiof • nic;l)t. Macli nioniitis folliiwinj; a display of this land hinol.e is !«•(•" instiin^ from undr-r tlio ii-i> in intermitli'iit Ktvoanis, ns if pjoctcd by Hoiiu! foivt- actitif: lienratl). At tiir.cH thp vviiilFs arc sharp ami sud- dnn from n do/."ii or nini-i< plain's ill tlio Eame tiiiii!, acc-ompnnit'd by a rod dust which settle* on tln>Kl:»ripr and cliscolora it in blotches of many ai'ri-a. It is belioved, (is Mr. Albright says, that thn mountain ifi "alivu and working," nnd that the pent up forces within aro Btrug^linf; to make a vent. Tho glacier is about two miles in length and a milu in width, "its depth in places, judging from tho profile of tho mountain, which is 13,000 feet in height, must be enormous. Perhaps old Fluto has resumed operations! in his lalwratory and is endeavoring to throw out Iho great masa of ice which, pliifrs his chimney. Lyell has been drail to all appearances for count loss a^M— ever wince, tho time, in the l'or;;ott;'ii past, when, by come, cataclysm, thu whole continent was covered by nil ice cap BUVCI-.:! thousand feet in thickness. Maybe the old hill ia trying to reassert itself and demonstrate to tho world that it mill has latent life.— Homer Index. do do U. j !> -w S ill h«rl»V iSl ami met aeven of them and when court ail jo thrt only jxHiiblii jurors w^ro two v OWD— Culvdf and 1'iiarooii, N«w YORK, r of S<-.i t7.~-Tlii> biiUI tu Mawuio K:>y»l annuiti .«e^ioi) Gesture mid Facial Expression. Gesture boa boon brought almost to a science In tbe French schools of acting. It has been argued out and reduced to positive tales which are most useful to know, and give great resource o( action alike to actor and reciter. Thua it is that gesture U a thing that may be actually studied and taught. Facial expression, In less deg'roo, U also a matter of ascertained rule. It baa, so to speaki been brought to book. Darwin bos written and Luvuter has delineated. English people who have to cultivate theso natural expressions of drama should surely not neglect such means of study. For we are not, as a nation, Rifted with the speech of gesture or of the face. The Frenchman's hand is often a tllstiuct feature, intelligible and eloquent, The Englishman's, as a rule, U only a development of the paw, aud rarely seconds hl» words with anything more than mer* empbasU. Tho Immobility of the ordinary Engli»h face has been often noted and confessed. We ara nothing if not dignified; and signifluant gesture and a very expressive play of feature are not thought, it would seem, to be very dwirabla things on thU aide of the channel. We prize highly tho excellent virtue of reti- ceaca. Theu, too, wo are almost Inconveniently alive to tbe ludicroua; aud in our marching tuiU ruthlan* criticism of other* and of ouraelvua, wo naturally tUnl the plo&iuiut- ent thing ou tiia wholu In all penonai umttom U wilf rwtrafnt, VV» have our reward. Wa al*j pay tbo pricj. A IK! wu {«y U, In 0110 way, Ln 'ch* ci>iu^>K-toud «titTu»yia of II ,Arrt:ti TUB FIKTKKNTII CENTURY. • As we reach- tho Sixteenth century- many proverbs api>ear fur tin. 1 first time. Tyndale, the translator of the Bible, says that "if tbe porridge bo burnt, or when a tiling speodolh uot well, wo say: 'Tlio bishop bath put his foot in tho pot. 1 " This is partly revived in our day: Put hta foot In It. Lylo's "Euphues:" As lyUo aa one pease In lo another. Falnth hart neither wlnne'th ca-itell nor lady. Trusser's "Five Hundrodth Pointos of Good Husbandries'-. Chrlfltmas eomes but uneu a vtfar. Who goetli a-borrowlnj; Koeth a-sorrowlngr. "Hoywood .Proverbs," ]Hibli3he<l in 1540: No man. ought to look a glvon horso la the mouth. Two beatls aro better than ono. BeffRarH shoukl bo no choosers. Homo was uot built In one day. Now broom Hwopth cleone. No fire without BOIUO smoke. Lcapo out of tho frying pan into the fyro. I know on which side my bread is buttered. When I give yon an Inch you take an ell. She looketh as bntter will not melt In her mouth A penny for your thought. You can notmw the wood for tlio trees. Tba gray 'mare Is the better'horso. You might have Rone further anil fureil worno. Hit tho nail on the bead "Rulo tbe roost" is n corruption of "rulo the roast," a geuninn English proverb. It is found in Gascolgmi's "Stcnl Gins" '(1570), but its appearance In literature is several centuries earlier. Forsooth; pwxl sir, tho lawyer livlpeth In; Nay, rather leupen both over hed^e aud ditch, . And rules Iho rost, but fmv meu rulo by rl|;ht. " The'liEcraturo'br tho '8uvvriCu"L>iillr~uo,uUi'ry aboiuula in our every day proverbs. 1 "Abbott's Account of His Trials"'(HBT): A fool and his money Is soon parted. Mobbo'a translation of "Life of Guzman" 0023): Make the best of n bad bargain. Afl merry as the day Is Ion;; Dead as a herring. "WyChorley's Complies" (KI50-T1): — * • * damn with ruitittimi^ui.—IMaln rseale-r.- Dreams po by contrarieH. Forewarned U fcnvanned. — The 'Gentleman Dancing Master. Familiarity breeds contHinpt. Walla havo ears.—Love. In a Wood Plain as a pike staTfe. Fetch them over tlm eonls. -Merry Drollery. Congrove's Plays (Hill;;-1 Toil): Cut a diamond with a illuniorul.—Old Bachelor. Chip of tbe old block.— lyivo for Ijovo. * * • turn my wife to «rasM-~Way of the World. ThU Li perhaps the origin of our grass widow. Butler's "Hudibras" (1(1781: * • • ring the change* Jeremy Collier'* "Short Vioiv of English Stage" (1GOS): * * • come off with Hying colon* AB long as there ia life there Is hope. •-—E. A. Slleu In St. Louis Republic. Tlie Society for tlio Prevention of Hydrophobia and tho Reform of tho Dog Laws of London wishes to promote nn act of parliament, to settle tho dog question oncomid for nil by the enforcement of tho muzzlo and by u, system of registration and licensing. It stands pledged to the statement that rabies might bo absolutely eradicated, and that it may easily bo diminished by proper precautions. ~ In Prussia, where these precautions aro taken,-there died of hydrophobia in a particular period but two persons. In Great Britain, where they nr.i not. there died !!').- The two : cmtnn'ieH havo lilwnit UIQ fiamo "p<)pniatiiiiTr"Oui'""«Grat :misfortune) in tlio .mailer IH a, tendency to hot nnd cold fits. \Vhcn rabies is widely prevalent wo tain- pveiMiiticins; when it diminishes,, in cousutjuunco of tho precautidns, we relax them, and it breaks out again. Tlio.society would keep us at ono temperature uf rational prevention. In 188i5 twenty-so ven persons died of hydrophobia, in London alone. Tho muzzling edict of that winter reduced tho number to nino in 1880. It seems clear, that we have only to go on steadily, year by ^yeal•, to reach the Prussian liguro, or zero. Al any rate, the experiment deserves a full and a fair trial,—London News. trf" ' SII1<1 FInttory. A New England woman, whoso trad}? lions make her feel that "praise to tho faoo is open disgrace," reproved a young friend for her Imhit of excessive adraira-- ' lion. "You ought not to tell people that they look charming or handsome," objected tho'mentor, "It is flattery, and you don't wish to ho called a flatcrer." "But when my frii'iulsi do look perfectly lovely," persi.sled Iho enthusiast, "what shall I say? I musl say something. Now, you look a dozon years younger than yourself in that becoming— little black lace bonnet, and those strings are dears. What can I say, under such circumstances, if my honest opinion is to bo called flattery?" "Well," said Ihe older woman, relenting before an honest opinion of this sort, expressed about herself, "if you feel as though you must say something', why not eay it as if you were speaking to yourself—sort of thinking aloud?' That wouldn't seem as if you meaut to flatter a person face to face," -- "What could I say, for example?" "Well, you might say, 'She sometimes looks a great deal worse than she does today, a very great deal worse.'"— Youth's Companion. ! s s»S tx?nv^»UotxaJUy oC uur tUdt K:i^li3ii uwm eu»*l wotu^j ^i'»^> tt.it . nu«-K fr,»u.i a tvu* tc t i ^ ^ ii*i r^'iiof ti. have A Live Rattleanuke In a Depot. A colored waller in tho now Central Railroad <l<.-pol reslawant in-Jersoy City saw a nitllesnaiio crawling along tlio floor near a party of Indies. He yelled "Snakes!" and the ladles ran out inlo the car shed aureiiming. The waller Imd an armful of diulies. Aa tho smiko was heading for him he dropped the dishes and ran. Two men who had lieen ealing at tho lunch counterfollowed him. Ono of thu Indies v/lio had rim oul told John Van Pell, a conductor, about the snake. Van Pell got u slick tun! u frit-lid of his got anothur, and they went into the restaurant. Half a ilu/.t'ii wniters,.n cook and three (laNiengi-ra wort! siltiiij.; on tho lunch eouim-r. They wt»re treed. The snake was crawling toward tlie door, uliaking its rattl<> suvunely. Van IVIt mul Ills frii-iul iiuule a fomljinoil attack. Van IV'lt'd istick «'u.s (Kiinti'J, and hu sfit-arej tl»< »imkt> tlirmiKli tlu> in-cli, pin- uing U to thy [liHir. The i>t!u-r niiiti bout tho rojitilo to iltjatli Tlu-ii the wmtem aiij CvKiis und |uii» cii^fra citmu Jim u frinn trie foittitvf. Thf MtmSsw w.ts aixiut t\vo f. it Ion,; U h i,l f mi t I'tli i H.iw u s^-i t u.t" >i,j 1, ( - c u a u? ,;< s v t'i» !,U / l» ill i U . il Sr l_ ,» I ,4 1C ,' t, \i I TO HEAL ALL BLOOD CONTAGION. TUB BEST IK THE WORLD. 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