The Buffalo Sunday Morning News from Buffalo, New York on April 26, 1885 · 2
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THE SUNDAY NEWS frVBLISHKD ST THS "SCyVAT A'SWS BCILDIXQ. tiS Main Street. -; THE SC'NDAl is political, literary iad ont:cl news Journal of excellent standing aad larre influence, being uuieieaueot ta ererytaiti' it ia tue paper of 1A people aod the let suvert:iai medium Vfl Western Now lark. 1 EilMi-hn nsu per copy; 2-o0 per year to brmI s:!b'tiera fiTnlMi RATES made knowa at the THE BCFFALO BVl'VIXQ MEWS,rtt-Isuoo over 19.000 df tne largest of any aewinPr in too State, outside o( Jtew Tork City. . gnieredttt t.'tt P'ttojf'ce at Buffalo A. T. 04 MYtfM4-o'c2M nwxu-waftfr. BUFFALO. APRIL 26 1835, MUSICAL XATXEKS. Buffalo Talent Coins t Other t'lebis off Lttftor Music BU' Slow SubriP-. ion--An InterUua; TMtcn, of Loral RA Foreign Musical New. Ifee iao reels are that a considerable gap vf-. A ! e in tiie rants of ibe niuic.il iro- Z-ei: n ti:b summer fr? tiie removal to otner riiJa of bn.vr of iii. Hilda Berg. Mr. L-r y VVuod, Sir. F. H Tu but and 34r. W'm. O. Brewster, 'lhe la t -named gentleman is said to &ave (X-ine in possession ot a large inherit-ani-e t ttte aaia of. a brother in Phildl-pii.a, in oonern?uce of whtvh be will relm-iju;;a trn-'c as a means ot livelihood. Ail I-. -e a rL.L-onisd above have aided greatly m fcr.: a r i'UC ic pr?ut advanced state of d ,:' ..-s; 'r-iiiput in tins community, and -.. a r;y be a great k?s. r. vv-.-re jnuw.a torn.er resident of tbU c"y, b-.i Dv"w of Omaha, is stirri. g up mu- ki a.i a ij s in that citj . H h4 caiiel to i s trie protft-t of a njui:fll fertival to take i.'jiid oo i?y ''tb and 'tb consisting of tw.; t-c-crtr:.,-, tbe choral feature of wbich c to 'f.riu,r."' frara Hadns Sawo$: r .; . Cboru?,"' from L:hDrin; rilaricQ i h: ius" from Tannbtuwr; Hnsoaer i l ..tos,'1 fr-m Fidno: itelet'tiona from l;cLiMi "M.we in KsTpt,"1 aad "Fisber- r- s t 't'Ctu-." irom Maauillo. Ha is to be in tLiisicai Uirecficr oi ta cx uv ?rts. TVeditir fcr tixlay ot St. John's w ifi .;ut.r, Mi--i Scujieos, klr. Kiockand air. Mr E'-'.tenV.;cb cootioufs receiving order.- f r t rsur i "iav id aud (iotiatb," tbe last LeJ.i fr'-oi l'j-t0Ov Aiai. iHr. J; hn w. W aikr, formerly orjranist of the, buj;ti of tee AD;tvp, bis beea n-gs? d t y tne fcurch ot toe Jdefcialu I be (:ol St. Psul bTs furnishe-i the chst-ii itc a 'p'stKi :d ew Mason & Hamiiu t..rai el organ, and attr having tbe oil on r'-'.air?d ul try,nt il to Faui's iierman Vision. Mr?. It. F.aaene K. 8torvk. who is to be ooe of tcek--is ac tbe next Orpheus con-cert, is bavirs? a n dra made for tbe e-c'-Ms wnfi-a wui eclipse Mtoraas must 1 na xMieert, OjveivtE and ball of tbe Hara-gri V -noT-n'bor iiive been uoslponei fmro : .9 -xl to Inirs-iay, tbe aota of Atird. lukvta iu?d for ae Hr&t dat wtU be bonoicd on tbe latter. Wr. Andrew Webster, who preiided at tbe orcao at f-t-. FanTs cburvb od Eititer with so ir. aots atMlitv. enters upan hia duties as orn-3st of tue irst ir rejiywnau Cburcb today. It is to be h-nl be wiU bare a new organ at bis disp-si eure many moons. The c-.-ert of tbe Schwaebiscbe Stflpqrer-bund at tiarnioDia fctsii on iioaday evenaii? was rajt yed by a Vare audience. Ot especial interest "were tbe niaJe choruses and cbii-flito'i cbt.vnte. Mr. h. Ptand'-ioefer, the dTevtor, is stiUed to great credit. T:e many friends of Mrs. Oscar Me?er, ne fuikte larcy. will be sorry to isarn tn&t tbis b-;ay-eteeind lauiy is , aasioe tbruub a tvtre Uiness. Sbe a convaleocios at last a ceo tints aud wiU no doubt soon be re-itCuxed to a large circle of admiring friends. It is rumored that a prima donna T who natil lately occupied tbe position of soprano in tee Eet qnarteue of tbis city, ba written a letter m wbich she sooke ber miod freely reardinic the action of a German sintrin :iety t.-r wbk-a sang voluntarily at its Last convert oo condition of bia engaged for ooe soon- to take place, but whicb co di'ioo vis (iiretfarded aud a singer frooi an sxtrn citjr taken in ber stead. In add-tjon to Mrs. Lsonant Ioigs and tbe I'bi'aarmonic string quartette, mentioned in Uits column last week, tbe Liederraiel bas b?e fortuuate in securing JAisa Clara ri. iiarnt, the popu-lor ctrsito soloist and Mr. imon and MiiS Biaata Fleiacbman, woo wHt plT tbe e-aOoraLe a txxjtn rtj ! tue u ts to thecboruses ar-rauiCd the airectur tar four bands. Tos proie ra m m e of t h is concert, w b ic ta t a kea p'aoe at the Court street Tueater on Tburs-day STsnir.?, May 7sb, promises to exceed in general iuUrrest toote previouily given tiaia season. . FOBEIQZV. Frans Abt, who died March SI at Wiet-badeo, was tne most prciirtc song writer of this age. Trie numbr of his opus exceeded guuO, of whicii tMj were for male chorus. Foete from all countries -tens bim tneir flu, iocs to set tbem to music, in consequence of which he accumulated more of that cls of literature than any living; person. Two hundred and sixty societies in various ptrta Of tbe worid among these tne BurTaioLiedar-taiel and tv-vngerbund elected him "honorary"' Uierr.ber, and the diplomas of these nemberbip4 ornamented tne wads of bj study jToom. According to tbe fcUowfog the Badiacfca Lmcis.ze'tuAj, published at Carisruke, in LrrmBy, easily distancei tba Cologoe papers ua djstoruug tbe faces regariio our grat tire: "New Yoric. Alsroh 26 Lat Digbt tbe (rreat Masic Hail in Buffalo ("ity and ear; dot a of Kriei was entirely iuomerat-ed. Aiiiiost at the same time the Cstnoiic t'atbirai in tft Louis capttal of tbe tale of Miourii became a prey of fcbe flamea. Toe tire broke oat ata time wbeo tae church was tilled with devotee. When the aiarm of bra was given it gave ris to a terntic paQic. Ain and women rushed for the exits. whh wre soon clogged by tboe wuo fainted away with fnnbt. The tire department was ooiicrsd to batter dowu doors and windows in order to erfeot an eatraoce aud giva vent to the suffocating artKke. In spite of every erf art made by tbe tire da(aruiient nearly ooe bundi-ed persona perished in tba fiatuta,' Nothing could do greater injustice to lb hemic cooaes and bravery of Father fcorg nor tbe deliberate calaiae of tbe grea cocreration, whicb stopped lon enough to Biter a fervent prayer for tbe safety of their - encrabie edirice. WHKBt ARK TBE RICH HEX? Isn't it strarge that more of our wealthy cit zees do no respond to tbe call for re-bu-Jdmg of the Muic Hail. No building in this city, it is conceded, has dooe mwefor the we.are and faaie of this city tau t ie o-A Muiic Hail, aud all the big roeotin,? bare, acre or les, been ot advaatagd to iiu.'islo people. MELANGE. t Mr. Htb C. Clark plsyN at the derbe-ation of th? r- ti ciitan la Uu Catiiolic L-tiurca at EiOck- Mr?. L- P. Vsilt. aan? it St. Joha'a CbnrA last SrnuaT. ar.'i tn.-e ib a proibiuiy o! ber Accepting i pos.j'n in mat choir. &-s t'o'e ba tct:rcd up id ber duties tnj prsr.o st the Vist!uiasl -r. and b'ps slia w 11 i veLtire sstialacuoa to Urs critical coogregft ti.D. Tbe aiipic at the Obtrrcb of the Asjermkm has brB piacrd the bards ct Mr. Geo. W". Karo, io nuaen fuii c-ct'tl. We hv fiUi mat Mr, f- ario will s&risiy ihe cou.ea:a'ioa. H: ?. Burl's "ButT!o UejUs" 0era troupe ra-l-iu Mi r -laud a the "1'irat-sor Pciihi.b" for tvwri' cf tiwU. A R tntitL Mrs Litlr and Vr. i iarke will ooaie on frota Sew iork aad appear as btftre. Prvvicus to h death IV. Leop"li DrnrfS-'h t'-iia a cot tract for a season of performance v Oiwra t. ominy id i'Diia-iHipais. Hiss e V- iittsc LaTinif Can'e4td the enzaiirnieat thi di rectni of ifce AeatVmy of Mixic nave aeci.el to tue me etaia lor oaianes, Wfcm the studrots of CaoMus CjiHege go out for tittir aaently rou.p they are prwtie i or tne fir-nkutrba d e-:-mifld ot ifi-r fidtows Pi 'jf. carl M;ji-a is th niu-sical iusrrn M--r of th.s Isre ecu. a:.-oal hist itviM ju maiX matte i the mdu o&e oi iu priacrpu i-auirs. Furscb Madi has ccntracted with the TaCilora Thomas cototrfc uoupe ( r htr apparaQce ia ccocerts. i tie contract ojsrtos Apni 'M, aad rirwi lor funv concerts f- r bi. h M-.ne. u'Sch &.:i s to receive J-JO.ih.HJ. i-h. if Tbj-ns o a. s a- re, it coo. J be arraturea for her to si a it Ct urcbe havioir crB-os stoa ui a thoroHjtj ev rbai-liiiK wiSi do wi( to secure the seryics of 1. r. H. P. Hoiiard of tie celeb aid hu of Hi ok. Hasm.?s JC Co., Boston, a- that Kentte33&a m'.'.n!s UJ b ihts vicuntv for a aSo't time. iuey beacditsred 1-iAubura street, KJibury, A Faulty Historian. K f lro, M(ch Anrlt 1 Taa T'U tell te i- liiC'wyio ot tbe phrase. ns tiis wi-,? n-r a dub in taw mu on-a Ti'ia: 15 a very ea-y one lo wJiei vi-ifc-vr. to (. 4iO taaue by scaire e;:h. fi-nvMa- oJJ ptou'sr Larotn jono ui itrinw mid t fie jour uf-y rriQ itufrsro io tbe WtrH. he w a nanl c-:r.-jr, iRii lu i&k -l iv ati'i hurt nma Jiy. ,-iorr ffsir BurTii'o J. iio mi.ia h mm a iib lie driver that h wss to ba .kfll uutrry b ur w?iVa a.i.eep in eriier to uiiq r.. a ec;ciae wun tii a-kMtoQieJ r-guUr ty. li.a y-fnie t-.rti wen u-.d' ta-? ca ae i b o s ddv's drive of Coico, Ta-r-- nt-r c -y rro o'lj jvo-fl in the ci ' h :t-i they tad eviC.nttv di-c -vered what w i'j-.vg od. As lie j w nT wax nar i;s cad A1 : uj.- : & 3 .rtd tu r-.-'e ail oiirtit ia 'r-ter t reach 1 hi'-: :i: ffi aKioiP. -in Qi-iuy Mij,jtw;'iJ38 t. . t: :riTer Dit to f. rsrt his carun oicl Joim ( ;o i-ep. be nii O'giiu to an .ire one :ic 'i(inrpaniK'T crow-'lert hi a out of hn t-iti-w iu.i'ii dona in ht torocr, ezhaned his i-ja cat for Ji-iE ooco sun and pfetcmi d X li'rtn, AM ctct long ti dweepuou wi ttep'-,-v ,iiifr si !"."( evrry bou', ni : cic me u.r. ii si ne -p. .i a as t 'E'lershaw sn i g'T'ng I n L. iff rs tf t':iicag ws rnaooea J jho f-'.'-jrc i jlsj i( in hit n t iMLtT, but he ka?w Dt ns-l oi ifist v. sjl d he bsca-ne s funtit tint av bad tj tut him -er (T-i-r-l. Aifjirj f-jf uama-H. anil Sl"-tM. it.it i cane oc raiting up ma It the Hiiewaii is nnt full the man who pen ted tne forf wpf irg oncht to i scat ut for at ka?t six reioutn. Jouo Cddershaw never drank wbiky. no stuge driver who ever wheeled ft ccach out of Buffalo co'-iid have reen hired to wken a man every hour to tbte a drink of w'uisKy, fur he would rather bave taken the ire icme birtetf tuan disturb tbe dumber of a p?sengr. in adli-ticn to fcui; it may te sail that there never was a John Oluerjbaw, and tht ia 1 there was co Chicago but merely Fort tar-born, where tioix-dy went but s-"ldiers and -t trad i rs. A Owd Story of Mr. Chote. Mr Cb- ate i sitting in bis la w or!ice when -ung man very well known in sciety, who is fliways extremely well dreJ, taKes Bnit rn-'e in bis family connections and has 1 urttfy bah mumoo of hiawit generally ...Wei atii introduced bimelf something as fjows- i a Mr. J. Van Keneiar j - b" replied Sir. Cooate, "take a r;iiir " " "Ve- " ctmtmued toe youn aiaa. lint nn.-.n initw-u im porta npua tue lawv.r, ' i am er tue op in THE LUn 1BDUT Tfl'JH. The Festire Season of Ice Cream and Stranrberrien at Hand. IclLnrthF1rKt Mght-.-hy Some Wonifn lHt tike rack Other trover Cleveland. Photos Si ad; of the I'omaioa Council Tbe ice create bosineaa is not very brisk, acd tbe few dealers who opened up with that tootcsome artici yctept 'giris deligbK'' bave put their freezers away for a monta or to. Tbe sun v not hot enough to create the requisite appetite," said a dealer a day or two ago; "it takea the sun to do toe bust-cess." Ibis reminds me of a little incident that cccti ned a few eveniegs ago wherein tbe sun refused to do the business. A beautiful brunette with. ees like Mars to threaten ana cuff.avr.d. as tbe melancholy Bane puts it-, wdo resides on ooe of oor principal avenues, gave her taven tresses a suampo ui lrg the afternoon, expecting to bold b--r k tad wi'tre a fun ray would dry tbetn.. Tba i-undidu't do it, and when the datling of ber teart called to lafee ber to ee tbe opera that evenirg "' e uttered a vexations "So that traveled do n stairs to tbe young expectsnt ksg befcre tbe little angel abo had birue bis request up one Might could return to hiin. Tbi who is well up in tne sconces, new thinks that Brother Jasper was right weenie saiii '-pe sno do move,' buts'eis prtatly in doubt as to its base-burning qualities. a My attention was called a day or two ago by tbe action of two women who passed each otter on tbe public street, and immediately after passing turued and actually sneered at each other, el though neither bad ever before s eo the other, bach incomprebenble misconduct prompted me to speak to a lsdy about it and to ask of ber tbe cause, and what do ou suppose itif iSbetold me with charming frackuess that it was covetoasness and jealousy which caused the sneers' fclach woman bad tome articla of dress better than that worn by tba other, and hencs the contemptuous sneers. Why, my dear women, if men acted in such a way there would be rows at very step, tb ambulance corps and hospitals would bave to be increased beyond ail mea nre and tbe world wouji sojpn become depopulated. If any man has a d.nitt of the the ftel'Dg which takes possession of a woman's heart when she passes another better dre?sd kt bim look at toe insolent wheeling about and tbe haughty sneers. The "first nlchtn as a distinctively swell eatbenug seems to have gone out ot favor id Buffalo, lbe audience does not seem to be even representative any more, i was particularly reminded of tbia on Monday evening last as 1 surveyed the bouse that greeted tba return of M ile Kbea an artiste whom our bet lad its have vied with each other ia borormg. True, the house wa a large on and one person's money must be admitted as eood as another's at tbe box office: but it did seeru odd to miss the bright evening dresses of tbe ladies aud tbe esprit of tbe men who used to be "jrf gulars." Not a person in full dres any wbara and two of the finet seats occupied by domestics in aprons. - 9 Speaking of domestics reminds me of laundress who cornea regularly to tbe house every week to earn the pittance which housekeepers pay for that wt of service, and who bad bard work to provide bread for those oepenaeDB on ner. uae nay. .wnen strawberries were selling for fif ty cent a quirt, this estimable creature bought two quarts of them aod treated ber xamity to tne luxury. Ibis, too, at a time wben very few, if any, of the faniUesshe worked for were indulging in the luscious fruit. Her improvidence almost equals that of another poor woman whose case was looked alter by tbe Charity Organization (Society. tbe was supplied with two dollars' worth of groceries from tbe Poor Department one week, and took her tittle erirl to a eltaims rink the next to enioy an everiug on wheel. And sh needed tne groceries, too, for she would have starved without assistance. . A young newspaper friend of mine told me a rather amusing experience of his with te editor of tbe New York Graphic, la ths eariv part of August. 183, wbeo the name of Urover Cleveland was being brought forward in this city as a likely candidate for Governor . my friend had occasion to visit New York. He put a couple of good photos of the Buffalo Mayer novelties at thifc dm?) in bis pocket, thinking it would be a good schsme to bare the Graphic or Frank pub-Itfh a sketch accompanied by a cue foe editcr, who is a thoroughbred New Yorker, listened to my friend's representations Tani consented to look at the photograph. Well," be said, finally, "if we undertook to publish the pictures of all tbe chaps all over the Stare who think tbey are big guns and aspire to the Governorship we would be flooded. Your friend isn't known here, or else I should have heard of him. But 1 11 tell you wbat I'll do; if you will take 5000 copies of the Graphic to save us from being stuck, you know why, we'll print it." My friend declined. 1 he next bme be saw tbe editor was on the return from tbe inauguration. Aren't ou sorrv vou didn't publish that pic Aire?' he asked in a tone which much have been de licious, "ltonl a? a word atout it," the thoroughbred whimpered ; "it's a horse on me. What will you have to drink r m m ' Snpt. Edwards is getting ready to launch the open cars, and it behooves all to keep on their winter underwear a wbile loturer. However, an cpen car ia preferable to some cf Ure close ones. A lady riding in leaky car ol of tbe fuagara street line friday morning. dunce the shower, remarked to a coin- ramon: "Mr, Edwards ought to provide this car with an umbrella, or pnt a rubber niiter on it to Keep toe water oat.' Gustav Danoreuther's violin, which jrivea vt ice to such melodious tones under bis skillful touch at tbe pbilharmouicconcerbv. Lam toid, of American manufacture, riooae years ago Walter E. Cotton, a young Srook- lynite of good family and means, went abroad. While in Faris ha became interested in tbe manufacture of violins and took to making tbe delicate instruments himself. Un returning to this country be continued makinz them for amusement aod obtained great skill after a while. Finally be took this np as a profession. He now makes three or four violins a year, and such s his talent for tbe handicraft that his instruments are considered the equal, at leebt, of toe 6a ctradivaius, tbs acme of violius. Wbat tbey are may be judged by tbe fact that Mr. Uannreuther i cost sauui Col too now gets ---Hj each for them without diUiculty. He makes two or three a year aud cdjojs nimseit tne rest ot tne time. For a aroodstudTOf the dirTerences in hu man nature 1 would recommend a visit to tbe Common Council Chamber during a ses sion. I am of tbe o Dim on tnat tbe twenty- six soloes who affect to legislate for tbe city will djilav about as many different traits of character as any student would care to con sider. One tbjiuc in particular struck me the la-d time i was there. Several of the mem bers axe always aching- for a tiht, and iil D ace themselves m opposition whenever an opportunity otTera. They maintain a kind of a "treaa-ou-tae-taii-oi-my-coat" atucua an tte t:me. Probably White, Drake and Pat-ridee are tbe best examoles of this diTMwi- tioo. - Let this ouenacitv be contrasted with tbe meekness of Alderman Rav of tbe 10th Ward. He is one of thebettaturedmeuin the Council and alwaya willing to da a favo-: but be doesn't appear to have a bit of t3ght in him. On the day I speak of be fathered tome trifling motion, and bit coHearue, Alderman Wilson, moved in amendment to bave the matter referred to a com mi tte One after tbe other White and Patridge got up and opposed Wilson.' They made a hard Debt fcr hat s motion, nut, iut a? the con tent was growing interesting. Hay leisurely got up and quietly drawled out that he "didn't know tnat it made very much difference. If there was going to be any opposi tion he didn't know but that it uniht jut as well go to tbe committee. " w bits ant rar ridge both looked as ti.ougb they had been grievously wrongea. They tell a eood storr on one of the Inrv- Etn in a local court who baa recently been promoted. He was acting as receiving taller one day several months ago. and was very busy wben, about noon, a depositor walked in aid said: I want to make a deposit; can you make cut tbe slfpf The young man waa quite aneoroea m a column of figures, aod said, somewhat gruffly: "I'm busy; make it cut at tbe desk. " "All right, i don't care," paid tbe dto?itor. eoollv. and Itinc-out. ha placed $15,000 to bis credit at a neighboring back. The cashier of the bank that got loft - 1 it, am id pfss tniQ nair an nonr ne drove np to tbe depositor's bouie and asked to be aiowed to make out tbe slip. The y ung man has always been willing to make yow that I bave picked out Rair as the meekest man in tbe Council. 1 mfohk AA , that W;son is tbe politest, Patiidge tbe most jtviuni, ira ie cue most quizzical, w bite tte Wittiest. Lvtb tba stut.bornt Kfhu h. -irJ. liest, Wreece the mo.-t dignified, Richardsoo tbe most sedate, Lock row tbe fiercest, Kranlc-lin the mcst couiidaceDt, while fSummrs. tier man and Roesch are contestants for the posit it n of being the most silent. I cannot pretecd to say who is the most handsome. for, to tell a secret, there baen t been randsome man iu the Council since President Bettord left. One more name is added to the list of thue who have been named as eligible candidates for tbe Mayoralty. Assemblyman t-iieee has made so good a record for himself ia tbe Legislature. and is so deservedly pfu ar.that many tuina ne wouiu oe a guua stanaara bearer for the democrats. There are many of bis constituents, though, who think that it will be for their interests to send bim back to tfce Assembly aain. 1 have bwrd many say that be bas been the best representative tne aisu'irt ever oaa. There must be a wag in a certain Main street store. for my attention hi been attracted several times by a twice tag on an oil paitting in the show window, tbe figures of which were so at variaocs wita the relative vaiue oi tue pauibiug ma i u-cludd a wag hovered ab-jut the store. Fkni-v a nicture which a man with an ai t ist ic ee would not bave in his house at . r.rin labeled It has puzzled ma. for I bave often found great taste exhibited I in the store and a tine stock or gooas. w"Whv rirm't vnn ro in for in aoDoint meiit.': asked a friend, half in iest and half in earnett, of V ill i am J. Kuncie tbe ether day am not looking; fcr offices," was Mr. rfuncies immediate reolv. ,WeH. vou re beta a hard-working Democrat,"rejoined the other, "acd yououhtto get fconething. But look out for one thiusc. If you take a paper around to get prominent Democrat to siga it, be sure and ask eacb one fir--t wbat orHce be is after, for ha may be huntinz for the same thing vou are after. They all want scmeiaiug. Thi Max About Towx. Weaterii Mwleatr. you r- Ha was a Weatera Senator, not uk1 to fa-iUouaUa friJ, aaa was a gues. at Washington bell. Entering a brilliantly illuminated euite, be suddenly &toopjd, biekel tow aid tbe door, and in horn tied tanas exclaimed: 'My star?! I've nude a mistake!" lMy dear Senator Blank," said tbe bcnte?, hurrying toward liitn, "it bat is tbe matter.' ou look til," Ob, notbiig, nothing, only I am such a dolt! I came very near entering tbia apartment by mistake. Flense pardon me, and al ow me the war to tbe ball-room." " W by. Senator tb i ia the ball room. Wbat did you think it wasf The tbe ladies' dressing-room," mur mnred tbe Senator, mopping tbe perspiration Irom his brow. Boston Giobe. The Forty -second Highlander. The tropic sua ia shining on Egypt's burning sail ns. Where tfce 4M Highlanders, the Biack Watch raiiret.t, staous: Their baDfaers are uu'uHrd aad shioiug in the sun, an on each fcld embUcned ia a victory they have won. Tby wear the garb their fathers wore oa Sct lato's a iity hills. And in each breast the spirit of Bruce and Wallace thiilis; The flower of Bii tain's bravest, the loyal and tbe uue. Whose hltd like water has been po ired on Spain aid ft aierloo. 'lis Htttbath worn, and tr ought of home and days nit soents loner Ta.t Are ciowdicg to engh their memories la torrent thick ana last. TLey tee tie heather bloom, and feel the cool, sweft brttae. And He tweeath tbe branches of Lo toad's mighty tret ; Tl ey bear again the ringing of the bells tbey rnc SO well. And ree tbe old cbu cb stteple down io tbe quiet dell Tbeir the tipbts are turning backward to dys ot To fairer, happier hours thau they aga'n shall know. And now tbey tear the p brochs.aadr; "Toarms th Hlack Wtitch ad. Anctber vicoiy shall be .ux, we fight to win or Tbe pibrccb vet sounds retreat while S-xtfa's cne are near. Stand steady, now in hollow square, the Mahiia hOets are bere; Ancther cenquest we will add to those already LD, " This day the Mahdi's troops shall kooir the war has n w betiuo; Aod thc-y who slew by treacherous wile our kiu- rran brave and true ThU day 1 is comtace s steel shall feel, this day tbeir dead shall rue.' The warning catre. but none to 3 soon, for like tbe fiends of hell The Arab horsemen chrgei the square, but back- And once teaia they aiadly rush upon that wall ad quickly fell of steel. Auc. try to oack their hrs-s through with quick aid fruccen wheel. But like tn. recks irom which they came tbe 4-2iatard. Ado quickly ct te their broken ranks, when comes tb snap commar:d Ttat tiejo-ft' beloi-e have heard oa many a cbt.nt sh re, And gatb r up the ailei t tne who hear ths call no more Now otee affsin the pibroch acuods above the din and en sh; Along i he luie of battle there comes a sudden flash : And tnce again the Arab troops fa countless bore es are seen, . ,, . But waving m tbeir center is a flag of living The lovsf ir'fch turn the tlie of battle dearly won, Axd Scotch and Irish join tne. fray their ven- eeance has beaua! Tbe b-isb Ian. e and S;OttiHh dirk their deadly work rtnew, And o'er the deserts far and wi la tbe scattered hoeta pursue. - The battle's cer. the victory's woo, but dreadful was ibe fight . And full three hundred Highlanders Tie st-ff and cold tonight; Each wrapfo in his plaid and tartan, as lying dewn to sleep. Far from his native land his silent watch will i keep. And when at last the eummona comes for the great mus-trcill. Then stringit it from the grave each soldier la his place wib fall. And when tbe'r names are reachei, in accents loud and clear, WiU anbwer as in days cf yore: "second to none, we're here-' J Btftaix, April 1ft, 188a., TWO BUFFALO MEN Wilon S. Rissetl and George Hlelsteln Pictured ia loa by aa Observer In the yuaker City. " The first really suggestive man I saw has only recently sprung into duo He notice, says a writer in the Philadelphia Times. An acciaens nas taitea taic- ianj frnm thn citv of Buffalo a tid ciotuea bim in seine thing like national appirel. tie nappeueu to wo j. ubiuuuk vid t v-land b law partner wben that gentleman was elected acd he still manages tbe business of tbe old firm, rie dropped into rnuaaeipuia in bis quiet way on hi return from W ash ington, woof e ue ubu wu iu vay ibi Kid Trt.npi" W. 3. Hisell is a disrnifled. un- obstru&ive man and in avoirdupois is a bigger man thn air. Cleveland, rie is tan, nnety developed and must weigh nearly iUK) pounds. A full, pleasing face, with a heavy, double chin, is lit up with a kindly eye and rather interesting expression ot couauruaucs. 'I am in Philadelphia as an incident of a trip to Washington," said he, after tbe niorn- inrr a. I iiiaii ,-in jiH am onlv hare for a few hours. I bave been paying a social visit to tbe President, and have been enjoying myself. JNaturaily all of the Governor's friends are pleased with bis administration, and if be fceen on aoing as wen, waicu wo an iwi nnnridnt he wilb it mav be Dossible that we will soon begin to wish that lie would make some mistakes, juot to relieve the monotony and give us something to talk about." A not ner man irom tiunaio, fieroupa tws known than Mr. Bissell but eaudtiv import ant, tided my spv-glass before the partner of President Cleveland was out of eight. He, too, bad been over at Washington to see tbe President acd stopped in Philadelphia to pay a v if-it to I is friend Charles Eoeu Johnson. Colonel Sno a den was showing mm torougn tha Mint Tha visitor looked Tike a bor and 1 should fay bad little more than passea nis majoiuy. ueorgv oinvu firman, who-has bad a rather romxntic career. Wben be was l years ot aga m late Charles McCuue of tbe Bulla io vonner took him into bis otnee in an numnie capacity. He suddenlv zrew into his employer's or.nfidnra and took so well to hia bunneas methods that wben be died no man in tne vait atahlihmOTit which Mr. Mc June created w as regarded wo competent to direct its future destinies as young rueiBteiu. oo oe waa chosen President of tbe Buffalo Cntrirr i Vim nn v which newsnaner. with its vast Job printing facilities, does a business of more than a million ana a nan a year, w uuu Mr. McCune died be left this boy f w,uuu in bis will, and now be succeeds to tne presi- dnncv and manasrement of his late em ployer's business at the largest salary ever paia to a young man ox uw age m vua ivu u-iry. It begins to look as though this is a lucky year tor tsutiaiomans. Where She Itad Him. A fyinisville eirl who was vieiting here a short time ago tcored a signal triumph over a fresh young society man of this place. They were sitting upon a sofa together aod ait tue conversation nroeressea ne nuowea bis arm to eraduallv fall down until he had it around her waist. fc.be arose very indignant and he made the fnlloarnir explanation and aooloav: "I hope you wui cot tmnic anvtnmg ot tuis. x ia just a way I bave. All tbe Memphis boys act the same way aud you win have to get used to it 1 hope you wiU not take any offense at it, as it's just my way." She left tbe room, but came back in a few minutes with a ma ried ft iend and sat down on tbe sofa attain. SooQshe bee an to yawn and give every ostensible proof of being tnoroug lily bored, r malty sue saia: i m dreadtullv sbeov and I hoDe you'll so boose. x cu musn s laite aoy oiiense at vuia. m mo f jiuii vilip ii la act the same wav. "V OU are exceedmgiy tiresome and you had better go heme at once. JJon t be onenoeu at tnis. it ia aininl v a WM v I have.11 tie stood not upon tne order -m ni sjios. Alert-phi limes. What the TO aim Weather will Brine Nice cool mint juleps. Lees roller skating. More outdoor promenading. Ice bills sufficient to import cold chilis. Bcuouet bends on tbe market places. Cool excursions some very cool down the river oy meoniignt. r t Kan to neip taut. Aiaytnam in nts war on dirt. Impoverished Italian noblemen in the guise or organ-grinoers. a let-up irom urs. nraay ana uongias. The ever-aeutle tramn who is "doinz" the i tcenery between frew York: and Chicago, i Pretty summer dreses and bright parasoli : along tbe iborouguxares. Why Camels al Persimmons. Little Johnnie never saw a menagerie until last summer. During the street parade of Barnunrssbow the camels and dromedaries attracted bis special attention. uu, mam ir a: mamma: ne exclaimed "there goes the show horse3 that eat persimmons" 'H bv Johnny" said bis- mother, renrov- ingiy ; "toose are nor horses, they are camels vv oat mane jou tmnit tueyeat persimmons f "Cause their backs are puckered." replied tne boy. ietcman inaepenaent. A Popular Western Actrents. 'You fay Mile. Sanger is a favorite in ycur town" inaeeo," repnea ids JOioraao man. lH nt tbe tbe leading lady in tbe com pany tbak was mobbed in y our -place last winter" .. Yes." 'That doesn't look as if she was a favor ite r 'Trat fbows what you know about it. All the other n. embers were killed." Ex, Beat Roller Skating. HiieKing paitie for tbe benerltorc'burcbes i are a recent importation into tbe South, but but tbey are beeoioiag very popular in same sections, especially in Virginia. The prices are as follows: &m-1s under 15 years. 35 I cents for a bug of two minutes; from 15 to U years, irom fo co in cent" ; another man s Tire, i ; widow, accoruing to loots, from ll cents to old aiairis, 3 cents apiece or tw for a nickel, aud no Sim it of time. What 3C T. Snietlmes Means. At the recent trial of Dr. Buchanan for If- siiing bcfrus medieai diplomas a woman of ice Dane or ruse a tesiinea tnat, aitboun she displayed a sign as a doctor, she bad been gradual a irom no meutcai sctioji, ana ex- piainea mat toe m.. v. alter ner name meant. "Money uowu. Cures all Forms of Heart Disease "1 am using Dr. Graves1 Heait Regulator with great results. Had heart disease for nine years ro bad,, could not lie down. "John aiciiun, nice rsta.sKn. kj. i ne nearc r emulator cure alT fornof heart disease, nervousness and sleeptessness. titi Wo r lli Rrmeinberlnr, "1 nebter waste my time in wu?l in dat I wuz like tbe man wbut am great ao er way up yander I (loan k er how high de buzzard fly way np 'inorg de clourls he's got ter come down arter er while an' he jU ez low ez a bird wbut couldn t fly ha'f so high." Mer titan t l raveter. Crattdniotlier Maya Wben ha was a ffiri that ber mother always gave ber ulphur and moa-iea to purify her Uiood, but be uow gives ulpur tutter to uer RraaucniidreD. n It is tLo 0rt meal- cine h eerwt t'uthfi IB nn with hie cur. High Private Lewis of tbe G5tti Before the Bar, lert. A Technical Objictlon $n$tatnel by the. JfudgeradTocate-eneral FWe Hollars' Wrth of Fun With a Conrt- artiat - o Jurisdiction, Boring tbe winter just passed some of the privates in the 65th Itegiment became very lax in their attenoance at battalion drills, and the officers decided that courts martial were the proper remedy. It was given out that hereafter any unlucky private who, without good came, should absent himself from battalion drill would fall straightway nrder tbe ban to the1 extent of to, the extreme penalty of tbe law. ! At tne next drill there was a marked increase in numbers, but-Judge George A. Lewi-, wro Is a high (and wide private in Company F, was aheent. Tbe officers missed bis commanding figure, for George tells a Bood stcry at "Ball's" on Court street wben drill is done, and it 1 was decided to court-n.arnal him. uonte. bv the way, hard ben eutenainiug a card party, utterly oblivious of drid. Of court be was joked about the "Ave gcod hard case he would have to give Georee offered to bet, howeverj that be wnnldn't 'i?iva un1 "Oh, ye, you will; Sam Welch is going to bold tbe court aod be wen't leave any loop holes for vou to get out," said one of tbe bovs. - . i George allowed he could get -put or -n-.ll.aT- hola rlian that and. said nothine. ti-" timA tinned bv. the court was orolered and Lewis was summoned to the i BA.R OF JtTSTICE. 'Frivate Georgei C. Lewis, how do you pM"n$ ""sr .... ieiore I pieau, win wo uciuuiui it. in his well-known Scaria voice, "I'd like to enter an objection to the jurisdiction of this court. The law says 1 must be cerved ve davs before the trial aud l was served four days ago.5 i Tbe court waa fairly knocked our. . Knowing tbat the learned Judge would see any flaws in the proceeding, some care had been taken to get hia case strictly legal, but tbe law and the returns showed be bad not been properly served. The Court considered the 1 . j ; j . til :l i 'Bte BUU mkiu . a, ni A vaKti o juiiuiouti. all tbe text esse." I "I obiect to tbe jurisdiction of this court cud be ground of improper service,11 was the next plea, ana tne next aiso, ana tns court was then and ttiere au journea. a tetter was hastily dispatched to the I JDDOE-ADVOCATK-OKXKRAL, Albany, but that officer sustained tbe in private. An audible smile went around at tie next battalion drill, which George at tended, when the Adjutant read oat: tGeorge A. Lewis. Companv F. case dismissed: no jurisdiction;" and the same for the others. "There will le another court ordered for George's especial benefit and we'll catch him . i. . t, t i - i mis time," says toi. sua. The Judsre save he will plead guilty then. on the ground tbat he baa had more than $ worth or iun. inn ooys enjoyea some or. Weyar-d s best at the expense of the court-martial. ! Spring;. ' I Girdled fair and garlanded, ' With pliDts of gold above ber head, And all tbe ways she bas to tread louehed green with moss. . i Wav ward Spring, but she is fair, W lib pale memories in her hair, Arbutus blush arm pansies rare Above her heart. j To sudden life her presence thrills . Tbe white nan: i-si by th-ir rills, ' Acd to eolden glow the daffodils , Along tbe stream. j A b. fsir and fickle, then dainty Spring, A wtld bird hovers oa opan wing, U ith a btx ken bar of song to sing. AU incomplete. j i Tb smile is so sweet tbat we forget, Tty fears are willful tbat glisten vet, We only know that thy cheeks are wet. And love thee more. i Jennie MarteeH Paine. HE LOST HIS TEMPER. Capt. Jennings Seriously ' Wounded In a Sword Contest with Koss, the - i Athlete. -i A sword contest took place recently at Cen tral fsrk, San Francisco, which terminated ditastrouslv to Cant. EL N. denmncrs. former ly of iSt. Louis, one of the contestants. His opponent was Duncan C. Koss, the well- auown auiiete. rotu meu were muuuieu, Koss beinK armed with a heavy cavalry word, nrotected bv a steel nuitoo on tne point, and Jennings wielding a long assegai witn a Damooo scaic. x ne contestanus wore heavv tin cuirasees and strong; wire masks. Jennings borse was the better and easier managed animal of the two, and when time was caiiea Jennings gainea tue urn point ny dealing Koss a strong blow in the breast. Koss secred a victory in the next round by riving bis opponent what was considered by he spectators an unnecessarily severe blow in tbe bacK. lonsiaeraoie parrying louowea, ana several cuarges were maae oy uota without ADDanut advantaze crained on either side. At last Jennings unhorsed Ross bv a terrific blow in tbe breast, fouowiue it np with similar blows. Koss then lost his temper ana cnargea nis opponent witn great furv. strikimz bim a heavy blow across the left shoulder with bis sword, not stonomg to see tbe effects of the blow but dealing savage strokes right ana left witn ail tne lerocity or a madman. In trying to dodge one of these onslaughts Jennings received the blow full upon nis aeaa wivu sucu iure turn uib uia was displaced and sent whirling to the o-roiind. It was at once anoareut that Jen nings waa seriously wouuuea. ior ne ciappaa hia hands to the back of bis head, when blood oozed through bis fingers and trickled down bis neck, ine spectators criea name:' 'Foull1 and several rushed to Jennings' as sistan?e. Examination disclosed- a wound behind the right ear, three inches long and extending to tbe bone. He wai taken to the dreeing room ana a surgeon summnea. wa i at first pronounced the injury a fracture of tue i kuu out aiierwaru aeciueu tue cut lu us lees tevere. Jennings was at once taken home and tbe match discontinued. Koss was roundlv denounced by t&e ludiir- nant crowd for bis cowardly action, and naricwly escaped rough handling. Tbe judges have the matter under advisement. KOSE FETEB. VI hat a Pittsburg physician Has to Say About the Poisonous Properties -I . of Flowers. - it has been demonstrated that certain flowers and plants exhale a peculiar poison and tbat many diseases may be attributable to this cause. A Pitt burg physician was recently consulted by a youug man suffering from a severe headache, the pain afterward concentrating between tbe eyes, and a sensation, when breathing through tbe nose, as if tne riraing were being arann ouu ur. Dickson, the physician in question, ascer- a : t u . k : ft. U.l 1 4 & flower exhibition, and d.agnosed the disease as "rote fever." He prescribed tbe proper remedies and tne young man soon rec ver Hi. In a fsubseouent conversation with a re porter Ur. Dickson entered into detail as to tbe effect of smelling certain roses acd other flowers and declared that hia patient had drawn the pollen of the flower i.1 1 1 U.'..L. U , miu iiie naiNU taiHiif wu;u uigso ucu wdu notfraied and acute inflammation caused. Various flowers and plants, be declared. have different effects on those handling or tmeliine tbem, Some Deoole are thrown into convulsions bt the faintest smell of flaxseed, wbile the odor of lilies U extremely repugnant to others. Still others are made violently ill by smellinz buckwheat fl jur while cooking. Only one or two parts of a nower act as a poison not tne wnoie, ana headaches, catarrh, etc., are tbe result. Hiy fever, rose fever and kindred diseases come from this cause. Many portions of roots flowers and plants require extraction before tbey can be used for medicinal purposes. Tbe eating of seeds or plants by children is oiten atttnaea witn ratal results. The Ofl'erlas. Dailv with fe-ble. care-worn hands I trim The Ian b of life, aud with uacfsiog prayer 1 oner us porr nicBrtng namfi lo mm W ho d ta cur burdens bear.j Long, long ago, rs bifghtnea slowly waned, Lcng, long ago, I teased to n ld it dear; -Norsaw I au?ht of gladnef s to be gained From year slow following year.1 Yet for my Master's sake, who bids me walk ' TTntll TAia rtminv atlll L trim n V lie It: And cihl it .burns, and now tbe no-rs grow late ALd oeepea uto nigat. Un mina In ask wh H Ha1H will.it AO. Not n ice to queniti ihi- faintly burning Are; itlr e but to aw in patienre. aca io know Tin faithful hnart ia His SlDMUie desire. ( -sprinojieid Republican. PiolilUltiaa Wlthant Specs. tV Western paper says that oo one occasion JHrvt- jonn, wdo was very new-B'suwwi amt t r, j r-ivin hanaimt. and f orerot his eve- U(c tTa cat noxt In tbe Chevalier rlqueassiette. The Cbevaliera hand was gracefully but negligently posed upon tbe cloth. A smile of anticijietory satisfaction, at tbe prospect of unlimited turtle-soup, illumined his classic features. Suddenly a yell of anguish startled the guests. What had happened Only this the inyopio St. John had simply but etfectually harpooned tbe lily white hand of the Chevalier with his forkjts be remarked, in a firm bat polite tone; "My bready 1 thinki" liuw to Sitv Coal. Bridget Ui have a shurprise in sbtore for yez, Patrick. t . , , Patrick Have yen, an ptfai is it? Bridget It's a patent shtove damper, me darlint. The agir tould ma it wudsave wan-half the expin&e in coal. Thinkv av that, Patrick, jist wan-half the expinse. Patrick Faisb, and did yez tuy but wan av I-him? i ' Bridget That's alt ! Patrick SUuie an' ye are nob sebmart, Bridget. W by didn't yez buy "two av thim, an' ne wud &ave the wbolaexpinae Ii-akSs Magazine. : Two Arkansaw AcqualiifcMwea "Captaio, what waa the matter with your aon when e diedl:" f , 'Nothiyg tbe matter with- him when ha died except tbat he was dead.' . Prttty sick, thi ngb, befye he died, wasn t he?" "Well, I e was-kl. aF peart as he bad bean " 'lii'idi a notuval deathi i suppose'1' Yis." . 'Whi ky?" 'Ahuky.n Arkansaw Traveler. A Woman's rtgbt? With Won. Ore evening lately, says a Utah dispatch, u i a nnr orkfits. which are nems! herded by Mis Teresa Tallert on Little Lot Uivr Idaho, came home one morning early and rushed for the corral, a heavy log con-r s fft toieb. They were shut in ani a aearch toward tbe foot-hiiU develop3d no unca fnr th.ic alarm. -In the BUS at Miss Tallert was aroused by her dng whining at ber ear, at.d geUnifl op aw aaa wua anv- mals in tbe corral. the went in and saw four mountain lions, and without a moment s bet-it at ion attacked them with an ax Two cf tfce lions lumped tbe corral and fled. The otrer two rusnea towara ner, artertneoits She dealt one a blow with the ax, laying its run p open to tbe bone, men both fled. The t ext morning 50 ot toe valuable goats were I tout d dead, and :0 wounded, and 14 of the j lauerored at ter ward, and now the ranchers ' n ixst River are all crazy over Miss Tal- It is the Season. It is t be season now to go At-out the couotty h gh and low. Ami Lg tbe lilacs, fatted in haud, Anc tao b; two in fairyland. Tl e ort,od'pgboy, tbe Fiebihg maid. wloiij ram ana nan arnia, Domeet BLne tne hsztil'd brook. Tl p&ss and linger, pau-e and look. A ;ear bco and. blithely paired. 'It eir rough a- o tuufrie piny they shared, Itev k'tso ani quarreled, laughtd and cried, A yt eragop.t Easteitide. Htr. whom wbh rude, uplifted hand He did betbnaten or command Her, In a somewhat longtr dress, He now would trcmbl- to carese. Now by the stile ablaze she stops, Anc his demurer eye be crops ; bow lhey excoaufce averted sighi, Or Matd and mary siltrnt eyes. Acd he to ber a bero la, -And twe ter ste than ijrlmrose; Tte r com 'ticn silence o ier far Thau Likhiiugr 1 - ana mavis are. Now when tbey sever wtdded hands, jo titn hies id tntlr b. s.m man a, Aud levely bturtbt-.r itapj und tails Upon thtit Up lu maoi gal. , R. L. Stevenson. SHE WAS NOT FLAT. And Henrico 'Waa Determined to Demon strate it to the Dastardly Vlngardo. "How. now, Henrico! Wbat means that ruireed scar athwart tbv cheek ( ""Tig notbicg, girl, except tbat yestere'en I gat me o'er tbe trytting wall and did with yon accursed clothes-line intermingle," "Ah. shrewd and cunning cavalier! Ttaoa dost avert the truth : his tale of thine is but a shift to down me circumspection." "Besbrew thee, maid, but tnou n a ciever ore! PU not deceive theel Tme scar befell me in a brawl with tbat game recreant, Vin-gardo!" " v ingaraoj ' "Ae. Vinirardo!n He that doth Leanuts scatter i1 the onran loft ana bawis nis runes irom parts auaoim-nal?;' 'Tfce same. Andromeda." 'He taint thee with the pollution of his touch! He brand Dane own Henrico with bis plebeian pinion? O, that the gods had Mfcl?' "Abate tbee, wench! Turn off tbe faucet of tbv erief till I have told thee of our joust. ier swees luutm vue uiw wnx ub nuy ujuju. "Give it me. then, Henrico! i gasp tor part wfcere thou dost tell me of tbe gore Wherein tl..,inh 1 InabH this nGtArtnnnirnr 11 tbt.uch wallowed this costermoager. "liive o'er, tnen. wnue i ao croon i& thee Utt. imstArc'pn. prn TPt, the dnnt bad SODned Hit- last sweet dr ueht of suniifrbt. I did en counter this Viugardo, and in a woody pass o'er beard bim say that i' the matin service yestermorn my own. Andromeda had flatted In the Sanctus f1 'Me nat! O ven'mous tongue: u sing of hell's distortions! Where then was that a vi Erin a " Gag thee, thou prattler. An' thoucravest sore, keen thine ears alert and 'twill be thine to battle on. Attend me now ! W hen thus be did accuse thee and thy larynx, as qmca as 'twere tue ecno oi nis speecn ne gat tne ne, an1 a'en as ouick his knuckles did I find fami liar crown with this, me disc 'Twas then. Ardromeda. tbat like the douerhtv knight. Sir Juan Sullivani, be tbat of Boston culture is tbe fruit, I massed me portions muscular, and as a ram doth burl bim. at au urchin's afterward, so did i acquaint me with his frontispiece." " ice zeds ne oraisea lor cms sweet noius. HenricoT And bow looked tbe knave when thou didVt cease thy calisthenics? " "As 'twere a for gone tomato had usurped his lineaments and o'er tbeir parts strange i sediments bestrewn. Had thou unwittingly I looked thereat, tbou woulds't have thought thee 'twere tbe very place wnereon some modern railway casualty naa out just uclcii, VoilA-ers Gazette, In the Hands of Bis Friends. Bavins' made arraneements with Mr. K. Bradley, says a Texas editor, to fulfill all my paid-up contracts 1 now bow myself down and out as a great journalist. 1 bave saved thn country Lance am haiov. Bradley will continue to keep it saved. 1 have filled the lorg-felt want and Bradley will tor jw his weight on tne stopper ana eoneavox to kop it filled. I baver't made any money to brag of, but! bave bad a large assortment of run. LTbis remark bas been in pickle for several veara and this is the first aiiorooriate OPPr tunny i have naa to use it. j i Know tnat mv friends will weep over my retirement, hut when I tackle them with a basket of bananas or string of garlic they will still have an opportunity to recognize my fine ! Italian band. I cannot-afford to be idle and must keep busy until our Uncle Grover throws a oostomce cr a mission to Turkey i over my manly form and says: "i nomas. vaur country ueuua uur botvicot, wki ur take this ; there are better things yet io store for thee. Then l will announce tnat i am in the hands of my friends. Grover Cleveland is tnese menus. Painting the Tewa Red. A few davs eeo a man armMed to tbe man ager cf a San Krancisco theater for work and was told tbat be bad nothing for him to do unless be painted the town red. Tne fellow disappeared and in the course of an hour was at work on tbe famous Lotta fountain paint- in a it a Dnmant carmine, rassers-ur saw bim and wondered wbat the object was, but not bin tr was said to bim, and he finished the job, daubing tne rountam irom top to Dot com, it is given out tnat ne is not very brieht and that he took seriously an iniuao tion that was intended only as a joke. This of course is tbe theater manager's story. It appears, however, that at the theater in Question a olav called "Painting tbe Towo Red" is now on the boards, and tbe probability is tnat tne manager put up tms joo as an advertisement, if so. he should be made to re store tbe fountain to its original color. Chi cago nerata. Tbe "Sun ' on R. B. Hayes. In a speech at Chicago on Saturday to the veterans of tbe lx)val Legion Mr. It. H. Hayes of Frtmont, Ohio, declared that he regarded tte period irom inoi to as tue "tour ho.-'" vi d ra nf hie life and I ha "nldAii davV of bis existance. Everyljodv knows, bow ever, tbat Hayes' four best years were from ivt r to imwi, wnen ne drew every montn four thousand one hundred and sixty-six dot lars and sixty-seveu cents of money due to another man, and that tbe truly golden days of nis existence are tue nays ou wnicn ne gets from 13 bens a full, dozen of egg?, and one witn a aouuie yoite. How She Obtained a Husband. A female dentist in Oregon is said to have reverted to a novel device to obtain a bus- band. She bad as a patient a handsome man. and one day gave him a dose of ether tbat confused but did not make him insensible. Then she sent for a clergyman, and while the subject was under tbe influence of tbe drur tne two were oeciarea man ana wilw, ueu tba man recovered his senses' he expressed surprise and some disgust at whit had oc-cuircd, owing to the fact, not before known to the fair centist, that he already possessed a wife, A Si'lieme for Barn Storuiers. A family of theatrical born stormers, while playiDK in a Georgia town, realizing that necessity was the mother of inventi n, ntt upon a new device fcr escaping their boar J bill One morning tbe whole town wis stirred to its very center by the news tbt one of tbe member. of tue company was nr.ss- u.o. Parties. iueuriinz tue latner ana &i- ter'of tie stolen girl, started in hot pursuit, i.nd tbe imt-eemtiotis actors forgot to rtturn Tten it was discovered mat in cneir nasi? ihfv bad forcotten to nav their board bills i in murd the orif-f of tne townaneonle into astonishment, which cbansred to wrath when it vtos learned tbat the family was happily reunited m a neighboring totate. fTalv KuoDu-li for a BoV, .Tfee bright spring days have sent all tha jcung folks out of doors, the very young folks csptcially. This is very pleasant, in deed, as tbe youngsters who have never twMthmi frtMh air before think It erreat fun to be pugned ail over tne smewaiss in sueir Oauy carriages iy loetr umiuoiiu auu hku nurses. .. , . . 'llPBr. dear, he is suel a darline licue ti- lew, iwi't he.'11 said one mamma to another ! yesterday. I, 2. io, reisnc. . ne n iiw uia Ai . "Ob, it's a girl, is it? She looks ugly enough to be a boy." Another name erased from the calling list. Ho Hford lst. Where to Find a !. "Can't yen tell me, fir, where I might find a situation asked a young man of a Chicago citizen. " 1 am a stranger here. Oh. anything at all. I am not afraid of work." '(nf. v renommGndationsr "Well, no; but 1 am industrious, I am honest, I go to churcb regularly, 1 don't diitiir 1 "rfnn't fimoke. I don't che w. v "Ab. I see. Juet apply around thecorner at the Dime Museum." t'hitadelphia Vult. j Opium and its Anticlot-A writer the Afrdicat World says tha as rptum is an antidote for pain,, so, can-vnelyi tbe real antidote for on overdose of opium is to cause persistent pain. With this iceo he has 'of ten placed a hand-vise on the thumbs and snap clothespins on the lingers to neutralize the effects of tbe drag." The method appears to have been successful, though the patients did not feel pain until a considerable time after tbe application. As tbe ptiin increased in severity the pius were removed one by one aud tbe patient revived. It Answered the iaine Puruotie. 41 You were at the ball last night, were you not?" said Hostetter McGinn in to G-ua Ds Smith. 'Ob. ve I was there a couple ot hours." 'Lidn;t you get tired dancing.'? ll didn't caLce. but did wbat had about the same effect on me. I drank three or four tlioi g vbisky punches and' 1 saw tbe ball rc not g k)g around and arout-d .isist tbe same as if I baoU en dancing. "Te.vaa Sifinys. He'd be Better M In Heaven. 'JoLtoDV. whv d;:n"t you: rock tbe baby:- Ycu let it squeal its hbe out. "1 wculd it i couirj " "Way, Johnny! Want y oar little brotitc to die F Well, doggone rt wouldn't it be aepon deil better tur Maa to be p in heaven ftvia aroand tliau to fee- lay in a gquealiii' a toat erecraalef" Kvntntcky Waft; Journal lly Avians Hrccmrnend rous pi-isters in cases of backache, lame side, stui muscles, rheumatism and all local pains.- Hop IVa&t&rs- are the best made,cmbining fresis hnps with gums. Heady to e, pleasant and powerful inaction. 25 cts. at any drug stare It Just Sttl It is only tbe woman who is civen away io matriege Tbe man will (rive himself awiy r-pfcre the hon-ynjiQu, i over,-f'.wfo h 1 fVtlit. IMPURE DRUGS. Adulteration Practiced, 'Tin Said, by Buffalo Druggists, Bromide Versus , Fodlde- SobUita'es for Quinine and What Is Maid of 1 hem- V Phytic in a as a Critic. hdilor Sunday ftetr; our toitorial lat Suttfav hearing refreuCa to tte ac u tti ation tf quit) ice tod other drugs sterns Tome well ('eervag of the attention you areKi"- injz .1. i cere ie no acuot toai itucn or tois wof k is goirg cu amocg uncupul?ue atothecaris. I Wiitlc call vcur attention to iodide of ootash for jour nest Sunday's isu. This U a sdt of iodine aid I'OtSEb, and resembles biotrtde of potash so n ucn so that even an eiert cannot tell cue from tbe ether. Tfcensdical properties i f b .th salts cie alterative aid res .lveut. while the litteB has a com hi ted st dative' and aohroaiHiacnowr ' F .r vears there L&s been a uch aall acout toe substi- luiion cr niomne ror ion ae. -rne re.isoa ro suns' it ticn or con bm't e of the two thst Iodide of pot h ccft t3 per poui.d wh'le brmMe ccst but ;cj tents pe-p-nn?. The exetitof it use com- pins itn quinti e ss rnowt : ut of tbv listTlOO new prescriptions prepared bv us tw-my five cnitslnfd ioaide of p!Ha?h while quitine enteied into twenty eight. I mtuimisr. Bt'FPAU.AplflO(,885. I A ScNbAY New reporter called upon fev ers) druggists aud asked tbeir opinion id this n:atter. Many seemed to think it was not generally practiced, but Mr. Jeffrey of Lrran it Jeffrvv when Questioned aai-it ui course it's cone, it is one ot the most corrrrcn adulterations in tbe profession. Iodide of potassium is used almost as much as quinine, and it is an expensive rug. Bromide of potash costs aboafc a tenth as much, and cannot be detected from it either by Eight or taste. Tbe consequence is that uiisfT ii mi lr.ii s BTtnt h Acaries can vrv eaoil v mix the two in putting up a prescription of icdideand thus maee a mucu larger prout. 'iv bat te tne ainerence to tne natieotr" "Tte difference is tbat iodide is given for scrofulous and other diseases and bromide tor nervous troubles, it a serotinous patient gets bromide or a mixture instead of jiolide be pets worse insteaa oi newer, or at least dottn't improve." ! "LannotS pnysician ten w net ner a patient is cett-ir K one or tne otner irom tne enecrs ''ledide of DOtasium is stow to show its effects, and in the cases where it is mist used would not be readilv noticeable. 'And do vcu mean to pav tbat druiraists ao tbet eort of thing for gain?" " i ts, l oo; ana it s nara ror tne arseit3 who don't to compete with these who .do." QUININE, TOO. "How about adulterating qufnine?"! 1 "Quinine was at one time awfully adul terated, but not now so much. u se, quinine used to cost three dollars an ounce, but ycu can get it lor ninety oaa cents now ana tfce temptation ia not so great. When prices were tign you couia naraiy nuj pure quinine." . -- n dbi ao wej pa raw i- 'i inchnmdia is tbe chief adulterant. I? is a lower salt which they used to throw away. It dcesn't begin to cost wnat,quinine does. However, that evil has almost corrected itself.11 V : , ; 1 Wbat else do they adulterate?" r " Evervthirig. You can't begin to take up the who'.e subject at once. But look at it. You can buy essential oils at all prices. Some run from 30 to (50 cents in their differ ent grades." A. UUCTUHS UrifllUfl, Dr. James W. Putnam was seen. 1 want you to tell me something about the difference between bromide and iodide of potassium and their adulteration," said the writer. Iodide of potus&ium is usea largely in blood diseases, and brom de for headaches and nervous affections. A man who needs iodide generally needs it pretty bad, and ne should get it. Tbe effect of adulteration or Eulmtitution would be tbat the patient would get worse instead of better, and it would thwart the intention of the physician.'' Board of Health Song. All ye who stand in ferr this day Of cholera expectant I Get cut our wadcts now and seek - The sneeterir-g disinfectant. The copreras prare not at all; ,; Now with y ur zinc be bandy; ! j If cur chloride iron throw In at once; Fetmsnganate's a dandy. Tbe chloride lioce now solve again; Caibotic asiii spatter; Bnneon your charcoal, powdei'ed well; i Cremate decay log matter. And thus we'll cramts et cet. avoid. And uever. never double The while we eat and drink within . I This sickiy iave cf tr ut le. - LowizviHc Courier-Journal. WUiaS OF FASHION. Pretty Things to Wear and What the Wearers of Pretty Tiling a-vor Just Now. V 1 Bouquet pins are in order. - All laces are fashionable this year. Tinsel braid continues to grow iu favor. Black and whiteii a favoute combina tion. , r Lace is again in favcr for tha edgs cf sleeves. ',!-,! Lac-e robes grow in .beauty as the season advances. The nrevailine colors are yegetable greens ana browns. j i Alligator .skin walking shoes have been re el ucea in price. Fan shouldi r capes of fine knife plaiting are again in stjie. j Etaroine scarfs are the correct trim ning for walking bats. Gauze ribbons with satin or velvet s xipes are used for bonnet trimmings. Woolen lace of the color of the garment trims many mantles ana costumes. A handsome brocade velvet is selling at f 1.50 per yard at Barnes, riengerer iv ka?. s. New envelopes bave the nap square instead of pointed, witn toe monogia u in tne tett hand corner. Silver daisies fastened io a black velvet ribbon make a very pretty and much d mired dog col lar. Flower'weddmgs grow more and more io favor, A number of "rote weddings" are set down ior J uae. A bunch of small red apples and a cluster cf wbisx brooms are two ox toe oaa aecora ions shown fcr summer hats. The latest thing in note paper pas adulter ct lily of the vsliey in tne upprr corner. lily bells Deing small seea pearis. Handsome zouave iackets are made of dark blue and wice velvet, and will lend a touch of warmth and color to white ureases on sum mec evenings. .Inst now tbe rase of raeres is :for old bat bred coins converted into every variety of ornament: scarf pins, oxoocnes, bangles, huck ej, buttons an seals. lhe fashion of printing stationery with the name of the day has long been in. but now it iscoisidercd better to use tne franco worm, Luudi for Monday, Mardi for Tuesday, etc. Where a Mule is Appreciated. It!4 rather ttranirp observed a oasseoffer from Piitshurtr " thst Eueland should send clear over to Mif-scuri to buy moles for US3 10 tbe rkmdan. 1 wouder wuat toat s ror: 'tactics, my dear sir, tactics replied a military looking man. "England's policy in Kovt:t is to cec unclose to the enemy and tben turn taii and reireut slowly aud iugood order. Here is where the mule is expect d to get in his work. t nivago iterant. Take Off Your Bat, Oeorge ! Geoice BleifcUiri, President ofj the Courier Company, bear a striking tacial reemtilance lp John Dillon, the iriab atriot, nowsojourn ms in this country. Catholic thiion. NEW BOOK8. Mr. A. L. Burt of IBS William street, New York, in publisher of a valuable little book entitled "Famous People of All Ages." It is. compiled by W.H.VanOrden,iud 19 designed to give condensed bicgraphies of tbe most notable men and women who have lived, and answeis in a concise manner tbe question: Wby are tbey famous" Tbe important facts and tbote only are given, and tbe seeker for kcowlcdge is not t ampered by useless information. Tbe volume forms one of a series of hand-books now iu press by A. L Burt. TLey are invaluable for a library table, fu'l, coinp'ete, concise and correct. Price, 50 cents. ' i The first number of Good MoiweJy?epinf: a semi-montbl . magazine 1st had by Clark W. Bryan & Co. of New York city. fu!titl all promises made by its editor previous to its aopearanfe. It is intended tor the home nf tne world and contains information on all topics of interest to home lovers Ld home makers. A chapter of cooking recipes is given under tteiheadr 'Uooi Things for the Table." Medical recipes and 1 ui. l;no VAa amiila car 10 iHi a iti'nrA iil CietULU (Jill IT UBTU nuiIISF w.. v i. . - thm Houee Decoration and Houi Amusements" are aoiy aiscussea . rnree SDcinllv mterestine features are as follows; A series of papers by ijisa Parloa written nrnli:ivelv for this miKiaMiei "Com and ISally," oy nose lerry iookb, bin a neries oi papers on "Mooei nomw iori mwei fiou- Irmnino " rrfHtilld' of VaTlOUS k IWH of home buiioingsfor the man of work and tbe man of wealth, rne magazine, asi a wuyie, t-iu not he too stronelv commended. Price, y.50per year, with aapieotiuim to every subscriber. ! 1 SAN FORD'S RADICAL jc U Iir FOR CATARRH. W:uri Uazel, Amai I aa Piae, Cauaxla aei - : JHarigoltlr and CJotM HIokojuk. k 4l(ialA Hnsa of SnnfumlV IUtdlOB.1 CtftOe ia &iantl relie-ve&tii- uiont vob-nt fjaceziag o lrlixl f.-ntiM. i lt n tin Hfad sa h na?!". s:oi watary dcbarats from the Nose and Eves, nreva(s B'caiuir Noises In the Hea,cure N rvoue tttai ecte, acd sufcUue Caw as and fevers, in trrm. Catbnh it ckanfes tbe aasai paw et or ro t. iiMi univ4 tha o! tmell. tf ie. a hea'ine wban affectte. freti tba hcad,.tiroat aid broni hiel tnbeeof 3Vrj!iye inftt-tr, asfeeten And uvrifles tie br at slops ire cpunvatu arms' the prc(r? w of t'afisrtn towardlu &uiuption. or hoftlle Hatiikl Cure, olie a x Ca'a-rhf SolvtBt a?d Saiilcrn'. InhMltr.h in tine trackage of ell dnuptrl fo for uOO, Ask Kcr Sispjru'i i . . cvdd. f- ; I'olter IkruR and Chemiml Co,, lion ton. F. r th r lief ani omvertion. '.V Rnpuaiitism Nturjlj(a.S jiat la, fc.iOUKUMH.oi is "en oava stoaiftco a 'd Bowel . Sboot'ntr Pa ns. Numbness.Hy-jten, Fe-aaale PaiQ;, Vamitatl- n. Pys- epsi',L.iverijoaip:a:nt,rj'iicus s-ver, maiaria aj bp eiai, ua? Collins' fiasters ian Klertric Kattery c imbiaei Animals with Scarlet Fever. A nntownrthv incidrnt ia renorted in con nection with the prevalence of scarlet fever. In a bouse in which one cnua caa aieu ui tots disease the little one's clotbes were put ii.to a back febed to await further attention. and in tbe meantime they were tumble! about and played with by a pt dog. noon afterward tte dog was taken crazy aud bad to be miiea. A cataifo in tne same laaiuj was affected in a sim lar way and had to be killed. Tfce animals undoubtedly contracted the disease by coming in contact with the clothing. . - The Htemach Is not deranged by Bed Star Cough Cure, Sold by druggists and dealers. ; Jack Tar's Jolly Joke. "Did you ever see the ocean lash itself into a fury F asked a little gil l Of a seafaring man. "Sbirer my timbers, but I have. "And what makes it do sof . Does it ge mad?" "Yes, honey, because it's so often crossed. Boston Times. i - WARNER'S mrm TippecanoE THE BEST o 2 O r A eOPYRIQHTCDl. MALARIA SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. , H. H. WAENER ft CO , Rochester, K. Y. FOR BILIOUS HEADACHE, NOTHIXO I.IKE IT; $1. OO BOTTLE. H HJAMERiMocIiester, K.Y. Rev. Francis Gii.i,iat, Arlington. Vt, recomme.i ds W-rnerV Tippkcanok, Tii1 Bt, tor sick headache caused by stomach aisorcere. FEMALE DEBILITY UNSURPASSED. $1.00 BOTTLE H. H.WARKER cKORoclieste?, H.Y. Mrp. flPENCBB McCiEiitiAN.Gowen, Mich. warmly recommends Warner's Tippbcanob, lhe tJest,. eiiAisac r a a Invalids KcleliSisrgical Institute BUFFALO,, 1ST- "T- Oraranlxed with a fall staff r elchteem Experienced and Skillful Fbyslclans and Sargeetit for the" treatmeat of alt Chronic Diseases OUR FIELD OF SUCCESS. 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T, tta-sun "A Credit to Po paid a company of New Yorkers to a pron inent botel-ktoper of ourcity last Friday as they stood with the crowd viewing uur zraitj a is-p lay ci ucean auu unu.v risu, Special displays during ' LENT AT . STAFFOBD'S Fulton IMarket,- C t Church unrl Pearl Sts. EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVB A Portable Drying Bar Useful in every household. FOK SALE BY WEED & CO., 284 MAIN STPEET, Cor. San, NATIONAL MILLS, i to tto ERIE STREET. "We are now manufacturing ' Patent Roller Flour, And offer tbe following well-known brands: Thornton A Chester's Best Patent, 'Globe Mills" "Franklin Mills'" and Graham Flour. Also. Commeal, Feed, Grain and Quaker Oat meal for feale. Our flour can be had at MHAj PrUCUtt of any nrst-ciass ueaier in tbe city. ACROSTIC. ficlile, Cold ard Silvtr, Copt er plating, too, 1l the bst tf stTie nill A. & W. do. vi(i end damp ovemier an iron wur uutWia. n sttir thpir fine reiwiirs. 1-ct norefofget stcve ornameuls nicsle pUted Kach one tbat aa tritd Ithemsays 'none ean tliem excel. riatinc that imperfect lorarrniafrs a beauty, Xebined we bave tl.at feet, and do our boundeo duty..- ... All n:en in Erie county, wno wlsti to pieaw mo wives, i . Ibia-btute sbon'd call upon ana nricg mr sticous ana Biiivt, ImproWa in all ref pects; the methods that they NcrelrvW ence. tbeir science will refuse, Go wfiere you w in. hum fj M P. S.-a.d thorough iK5'AS"!2 " : i ;js and. i . ma in si. PLASTER Thi porous platpr i the l-st it tron(p-t one : 4rwr mrtd". pixw mre p'Md '.a. on'-quarier tlw , timethanauy othwr hratid. Xli" irtnt's of fish i Roimmtxisi WJtll nu n ami UUim iwcum-m-, ,11)11-rnlgria, Palii in tlie Sltle or -Lhnla. Stiff Joints nnd Musclea, Wrcnehosf, Iiruies. Soiatiea, Kidney AtTee-: tinnnBi:ii, in f&vt any rt aurrwas dinaprn ar-whentliisriasteriHapplieiC. It er disappoint, (iet'uiit: of our drnirist and- try it. a cent. r live for ?1 K. St'iit Yy nail fur priiv. Up Pntrtw Compitny, 3:t Wanlr.(rtaitftrttt, Boston, MftSHi. LAME BACK f KIMBALL. W. A. IBSOW. KIMBALL. & GIBSON CENTRAL INSURANCE' AGENCY, SSO MAIN STWEET, Marine Bauk Building, Buffalo, N. Y. Dn.lUi1tina' thftfollowirur stronirand relia ble Fire, Marine, Life and Accident Insur ance Companies: xiuluw iun. vu Tih ni-r h iT-t.ftrd : Howard. N. Y. : Hanover, N Y ; The Ins. Co. Strtte of Pa. : Eliot Ins. r'A Rrtctrm-Kmitnlde Ins. Co.. Providence; tTnited r ircmen's, Philadelphia. United KtDto. Bnuinh of the Sun Fire Office of Lon don Eng. Canal Department Boston AinriA Ins. Co. of Boston: Metropolitan Plate Glass Ins. Co. of N. Y. (insures linst accidental breakage of clasw) . neral agts. WefctfiMf New York oi the Masaohu xrifnnl T.ife Ink r?o.. Hoi mcrfield : Trav LLJi I elers Accident Ins Co, of Hartford. Orders received by 4eleu.houe. . j PARDRIME & CO, 270 and 272 Main Street. tiEW silks FOR SPRING 1885 zrsr o o x ;'sylN Our 1 Rlaclr Silk ia the best in Buffalo. SEE IT and JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. Our f 1.23. AMERICANS is a bargain, and our $1.25, EXTRA HEAVY, is tbe admira tion of au who have wen it. 22-inch wide adpureSilk extra luster. EXCELLEN LINE GOODS, PAT TER S Black-Brocade at $1 all Silk. cvreci Silica. 75c every new sha-1e. At 97c we are sellinz tbe regtfar $1.10 quality, new shade. . At 1.20 we have the finest quality vet offered in Buffalo. Beautifnl line of Colore 1 Brocades. TVYO TONE new at $1.50. The latest shades in the trade. SEND FOR SAMI'LKS -Kuinln Compare with otlier Houip-. PARDR1DGE&C0 270 ani 272 Main Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. Inauguration) r OF THE 5PRIRG TRADE of 1885 We invite inspection of tue Choicest and jmosc complete citoca oi Carpets and Drapery At lower prices than they have ever been Inown in the history of tbej Carpet Trade. r I WITTONS, M00UETTES, BRUSSELS and IN GBAIIS8, OILCLOTHS, M ATTINOS, Ac. Fortieres, Bag dads, Plushes, Velours. Swiss and Kottirgtam Curtains, Shades, Cornices, &c. Parties anticipating Spring. Purchases can fasve tLeir goods made with care and held for future delivery, avoiding the rush. COBTICINE S . Tie most Durable and Satisfactory Floor Covering in existence, for which ve ABE SOLE AGENTS. D.E MORGAN & SON, Exclusive Dealers in CAFPKTS A?il DRAPERY, 331 Main Street. NATIONAL DISTILLERY. - The F-Mus Brand RIP TAN WINKLK RYE WHISKY, Becommendedby the Medical Fraternity of the country. I am the sole manufacturer of this brand. which will be sold to suit purchasers at ui WHOLESALE STORE, 133 East Seneca Street. 6. F. EAGAN. LEHIGH VALLEY GOAL CO. Miners and Shippers of Anthracite Coal, oner tutur superior WILKESBARRE COAL At Wholesale at Lowest Market Prices. OfflcCfCOr. Mala & Seneca Btm J, H. HORTON, fiftierftt Northern tiafra Affttt, Our Illustrated Catalogue ror 1885. of EVERYTHING GARDEN, I Full of valuable cultural (Urections, coniHimngi three colored plates, and embracina everything I new and rare in Seeds and Flaurs will be I mnlled on receipt ot stamp to cover poMage (i I cHntB). To customers ot lst seasou sent free-1 without Rppticntlon. PETER HENDERSON & CO., ! 35 4 57 Cortlandt St.. New York. WILLARD'S HOTEL, a w1; WASHINGTON 1. C. Tb'S well-k nnwo do favuiMbl Xed Hotel at the OrtntWliiterRexort of tlie Country IP Kit st ties- in all it appointments. A ut-ai-r-p-tirn of lhe Hotel wiili a biief gui'Ie to lhe citv will be su on application. Roard by tbe month accoidiDg to Iccation of rocin 0. G. STAPLES, Proprietor. Lste of the Thousand ulaud House.) A Remarkable Cure of a Horse Col- Jan es L. Fleming, a prominent BTOce ry nterefcant, a member of ti-e nrm oi riem- lowing atotement of the treatmeut of a valuable borse with fcwift i Hprciflc: In the fall of IHSit I bad , a valuable oU takea with a revere case of pinkeye, wbich resarted in tbe rr,t fearful cise of blood poisoning have ever seen. After eight or bine months of doctoricp with everv remedy that I could bear of, 1 despaired off a -cure. Atthistitee the uore was uuy became of B-ollen limbs. His right bind leg was as large as a man s uy, " ,.,nn,,w sores. He had alo a number oi Jige foieB on bis body and other limbs. He was a most pitiable looking object, and I was advised to end b'B isiifferinirs iith the shot gun. He was a valuable animal and I did not want to ioee umi.. iiigniv brain in search for ano h-r remedy more emtwf'us. - i I knew it was invaluable to tAe human family as a blood nnritier. and whv should it not he for tbe animal as wllf L did not hesitate, but sent last Julv to Atlanta for a supply. I bes n the rreairoens i w. i and 4 es. of water three tinea a day. I bis l continued for a week. Toen I increased the dofeto6 ok. of eoch,and wutinuea for a week. J hen I increased lo Oi. ami ruu iv whtn I went back to or. asatn. Ibe result waa tbat at tte end of nbe first week, the borse had a fair appetite., which he had not had since hi& sickness. At the end of the second we k even greater improvement was apparent, for mauv of the sores were healing nice- aybout. At tbe nd of the third wtek he be-e-tn to bow gain in flesh, and had full appe- r UA dUamuiaKA.1 I tite. ibe BWfini'K av,u"",,'' ..'V : usd in all about 15 bottles. of bwiit'B Specif ic, and wbei 1 l't itsu-e tne uoi-se uau omy f . ur small sores iett on uiai, ani tney neuieu .... in.nfMlRIPIV In August last all symptoms of tbe disease pasted away, and np date co signs of the reiOI U I'l l" v vui.iT- - " "T' pearance, and tbe borse bas done a mule s woik cn my farm, l ... I regard it as one of the moat remarkable cures I have ever known. Thus this great medicine bas proven a boon to the animil as well as to the hunan raee. . JAS. L. KLEMINt. Augusta, Jan. P, 1M85. 8end for book on Wood and Skin diseases. It is mailed free, ' r, k u:w w-fr Drawer a, A-laU, U. pa A4 jjSEEOS. ! PLfl ELEGANT CARRIAGES! -i I Ol'i'KIt TO mimmmMi -0F- CARRIAGE Now Shown in the City. 6 Superior Workmanship, Firstdass Goods. Correct Styles, Approved Designs. CALL AND BECONVINCED. I'c r the cualit of lire work ofTercd hit price will he found ury low. ALLNEW WORK WAKR4NTUD. Cartiaite rtpalrirR; done inroioptly and efticiently. A. E."PERREN, 124 and 126 Pearl St.. opp; St Paul's Cathedral. ! i . .. j Telephone No. 799 ' ONE-THIRD OF I McGEATH & BISGOOD, 88 Pearl St. Attention. All the latest Spring Ladies' Straw -AT- OVID, AllUielactallcs Millinery, Corgctt nl H alrfoodsf ept con9anil on hand at ,owc prlcew ' ! ' Arrived 1 Arrived 1 Arriveidt AND PUT UP IN QCH WAREHOOMS, 1 H E LATEST li:slGN IN ; I 3XJ2 3ST THAT ARE bKLLlSG 4?2 Main Street. Sideboard,- Extension Tables DINING CHAIRS, In Great Variety. Lowest Possible Prices. 477 & 79 Washirgton St., ccr. Kohawk, I Occupants of Stores Take Notice. THKV AV "Notb.tiK attracts ttade ro much as A GOOD SHOW WINOOt." 7 H h i . io'ouiK ' ' j Fiettc , Hvwu:i, op some of h acd P""sfcYer not, look at ihem ?..d then tell yuur ttnty two, enter built or remedied last ;,olaIlt to vn Vour rent, but if Utoioid tl.at ycu .tVcbi f iS li t'uildingH referred to above y. u oet't bltiff bim off, it will y yor"n"'irwrl flP!he8, wbicb are tbe only eooimmicai a r-fnntB are proiUd on o.y patent wrcupnt iron bp- , . der for- wid n-Rf " Heavy i R H i la i-t u- material w nev. r theagr KELL0GG, 378 Main St, COT. Eagle "(y BUFFAbO, N.Y, (lO TEETH EITRACTED 81 W . UJl POfsiTlVKbY WtTUOCT PAIN ! ry ibe wee of ballsed Alrsafe and Harailea Eveiv. swe cau trice it with perfect ttaiety All il 1 1 ui'tftl. .'tits atv daugetvus. AititVctst Teeili it nueftfl lowi'si rowible nriees. Teeth "lleil wftL W. rilvet.ete. Mi. G. LONbMA KKK, 5Jl v--.-, . ii.li (.neee f ti et. 1 ONY SCHMIDT Tiioli Garden ani Rsfresliment Htll., 353 anil a&4 WatiHlngton SU, ;bitfalo. t CQUSUt.lPTION. 1 hvo ft poBltivo remedy for Uio illai-jo ; b? Hi use thottl'lS OI Ol i """i mini n tm; i.-nn t,ndHff hre lioen cured, tnden.t, icii'.imiiiiI u i i it In itSofflcftcT.MmLl wilt solid TWO TlUTl l l: fltKK, toftl ttfforer. i.tiiri,8 nl I D.Adili PK.T.A. B4.0tlia,Iil rearlSC. Kb York. nov 80 tlmo. GEO . MANN, Jaiitatj iLd HichaDiral Fn. irear a . Mailt THE PUBLIC umib AoniMi LIFE Id BED: Now as the season for houne-claning In at hanl would it not te c intuiting your una' ViCUY blir I.NTEtttfiHrH, i " BC EALTH," To that your BEDDIXQ Is put in proper ondition, properly aired, proptrly cieaused and properly made over, - . ) "EQUAL TO NEW P"! If you would have this done in a workmanlike manner, send them where they are manufactured daily, and where tbey have proper-facilities to do the work. i j pvRts cirrtien it a in ar.tTTR:tf.iF. BEST SPRIHG BEDS IS THE MARKET, (OVR OWN MARK) , j j ARK OUR. 8PIICIALTIKS. ; Call and see For youraelCand be convinced. Ladies! Styles and Shades in Hats only 1 7c, . .... . ' ' ! ; ; ' CO H EN'S, Seneca Street- I j X "X" XT "O. in AT HAilD TIMES PK10KS. 1 SCHLUND & WMS... COAIj. I. lee, Smith & MoorW OKKfCK: I 17 ?EST SWAN STREET, CUAPlrt BLOCK, i Ortlrrk tin molitv AtLrd Telephone Oanuec- Ilea, No. ' ituild lilt- BpeoiBiui.. No. 17 V.nnt Hwan Street, liuflalo, M. l.onffvr oTaU-fl here thun any nihir o rtrHtl liiff livrfevoird lu tbe treatment t ai diawa&ea of ft rvi?sVHAbTSsi?AHF9 of throat, okln an t hnnen en arnd 8 nnil-i. eroll(.ni. 'i-hIohh. (!, tinrm-n, rt'ernt urohrwnie.rnml without inmt'ca iwlnvu and auaranieed ir-uran'e re irf for young men from th rttwt t tt.i4-i una Imps Jlmi-ats tn Marrlane.Mnuli'HMl liw" M. Ia .inniMln nli ,l fvw t,1rlll 11 llllk-r or oy Cl i'r irv a nu pnvtiP nour v n.. . M.,6 tor.H. undyi 1 to F. M. Call or wrtta J. II. ULLENBUUClt, PRACTICAL OPtlOIAH. J bpeclat lea ad V..v-tl cnirurt ai juste a74 Mal street. j at raK vi r. a. m. Hmhiiv F-.r-J' E. t. I tt' H. Ill) ' Mn'l. J ' .! i ' A - . 'A fc Jr ,'JVtt-.fti I't t'l Vf,n Aw: m, A f u. it.14,r,., ,-,i,i.v. n' Mn- " J.4r '-siwi !. fa.v... ,rtvV. -f-ri,.-. J t A M V K l A ' ' 3 I iuti-id Lccaie: to caaiu

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