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KuUtutl by us.
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ize.! to nwive nml nwlpi ' wriptions
to he Itii.TKit hi the hnlUiw niimtinned :
M-sr. Kirk A Hume i-,,r?w1',vl!!e
Robert .lir .OrnwfordsvUlo.
W. T. smith ;;---",,,w2
. P. Tninpklu- HarrlrtbupR
K II. riaushtoH Ilinnaii.
WlMl'KT A ' - SlteUll.
M.-xi-". -mu1Ui A Itraiflold InitetUml'lty.
j. It. Irvine S-l.
Vhos. II. Ri-ynold ....Salem.
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' i Republican votes wore found iu the
M . There was some testimony of Demo-
N Kr Oki.kaxs, Dec 20 r-veninsr-i
....... . , , . ," ' crats respecting a ersn who was sent
t. r tv mmiiis, coioivo, oi x nwniui, ;
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t4.f.oJ: w Henry 1 inkstoi, a a.
ISnrnblum meeting shortly before c Ice-
tn. A party ot w lutes wmppea ner
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ishe refused to tell w lie re her huhband
w lii-lden. After the party went off
illfj rvi'" Him iiuiwu
t t -i a: . :
of Fitikston's. Heard ot negroes being
whipped. The same night she saw by
tnmtnlight this band carry off a negro
mairwonmled in the stomach to the
bavon. She then lieard a noise
She then hoard a noise like -
w. v. . -
something rolling down the bai.K of the '
bayou; then saw a man with a sword
g..ig thither ; next day she found a j
liule in the bank, but didn't examine j
whether it contained a body. The men j
Motigetl grille duu. l lad seen them ;
turn out afterward under Hill Theobald, j
, uey organs, .vu-us.- isu i n u.acK
in lM5r igl.borlioo.l were Republicans ,
but. afraid to vote, Democrats being j
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arm ,roo pons, i neouam
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threatened to cripple everv male child
iu the parish it the Democrats were de
feated. Witness fcuhcr was whipped
and beaten. Tliey said they wauted
witness' husband because he would not
join their club. Theobald and his com
pany" were at tlie polls election day, also
other armed men. Witness was closely
iiiterogatcd about affidavit in Sherman's
report, and stated she I Jul given the
. answer contained therein with insignifi
cant exceptions. Hugh Young had
threatened her life since she came Ik? re
4U caso-she. told vho whipped her.
Other Oirachita witnesses testified to
brutality of bull do.ers, some having
been ifferers tfiemselyes and all being
fully 'cognizant tf outrages. Andrew
McLeofi was the i.sost important one ;
he had been threatened to be shot, forced
to ilee from home ani urged to join the
New Orleans, Dec- 21. The Sen
ale investigating commintee met and an
effort iromade by Senator McDonald
to have members of the returning board
sitbpeoaed, action on wliich was post
poned till to-morrow. The question of
taking tfie depositions of.liza Pinks
ton wa postponed until tv-raorrow.
Counsel Sot tlie Republican t-idi; said
tliey liaX some 42 more witnesscsl to
testify, iu regard to Ouadiita paribh.
The- whole number of witnessess to tes
tify in regsml to Ouachita- parish and
the whole Bttnabcr of witnesses from all
parishes would Teach 500. Senator
Saulsbury thought it best to have an
understanding in reference to fixing the
limit to the inquiry; a-five hundred
witnesses on either side would consume
all the time till tlie 1st ot March. Tlie
chairman thought evidence might be
abridged by counsel on either side.
Discussion ensued in regard to the best
means of reaching' the object aimed at,
viz. wlietlte or -not there was a full,
tree and fair ejection iu the contested
I parishe. It was the general opinion
Chat this could be best scoured by ex
amining aiid completing parishes sepa
rately, and thatr the respective eouueel
might sift the testimony of their. w;iu
nes aiid' leave out all except the most
iinporunttcstimony, and thus avoid
wihi vwie oi turn,, s it
appears from-tabulated statements fur.
Dished by the reiuruins board thattvll
have ieeii rejcted'iu 22 parishes, the
labor iicceary to determine the fairness
of the election in these alone would be
very great. If was finally agreed to
proceed with Ouachita' parish.
New York,1 Dec 241 The Timet?
special' sars : The Attorney General,
in his testimony before the Senate Com.
mittee, fully sustained the Florida re
turning board iu it exercise of judicial
functions, ; and stated that he agreed
with them in many cares on the appli
cation of the law to tacts; - bHt differed
in some j iustaneef.
Tallaiiassek, Dec.-24;-i At the ses-
ision of the committeo- to-dajC, turthe
that at Campbell-town precinct the
Democrats ami Kepublkns voted al- j
t ornate Hours m ine aiientuon. .uumi
was kejt of the Heinihlk-an votes in the j
afternoon and 60 voted, unrni!? me ,
noon adjournment men were heard
walking about ami w hispering in the
room in which the ballot-box was lock
ed up. When the count was made at
night, all the liepublican votes were
found on top, to the number of 77, and
all the rest, 291 were Democratic. No
Republican tickets were found in layers,
sandwiched among Democratic votes,
as was to be expected from the mode of
voting, although the votes were taken
out one by one and counted without
turning them over. It was iu proof
that many more Republicans voted in
the morning than in the afternoon. Ju
Friendship church it was clearly proved
that G7 Republicans voted, .and but 44
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Manatee county to ct mtormatioti ! blew killu g the captain deck hands
eMm'inmM ttmwata. The engineer and lire-
! man wero recuo,1.
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Snmpterviile nmler threat that his lite!
would ite taken it lie went anv furtnor
that they had got a large Democratic
maioritv and would not have it iuvesti.
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j The Supreme Court sustains Drew's
demurrer to the answer ot the canvass
ing board and grants a preemVory order
, to the board to rc-canvass the face of
i t)io rotnriiH rPliis is fl 7 )cntifm I -w
. f. . e ,
torv. I otinsei tor the hoard ve no.
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U.. Iinoui!rtHi ti10 ;IlUtion of
jg g!e d!e
aintain that lite Flori-
Supreme CoHrt cannot tl)C
caiivass;n!: lo re-count the votes.
Xew Orleans, Dec 21. -A special
to tl,e JtepubUran from Shreveport
U)e llouge 6lllMX)lnraitteo met liere
, , , witIies8es were ex-
but ,lolh5 of importailco was
There is considerable apprehension of
trouble on the 8th of January, when
the Governor is to be inaugurated.
Both Packard and Nichols will be in
augurated. The Republicans will not
oppose the inauguration ot Nichols, but
should he attempt to exercise the func
tions of office ,he will, in all probability
be resisted, ami a call will be made for 1
troops, 1,100 ot whom aro now station
ed here. j
New York, Dec. 22. The Ttws'
New Orleans special saysc The House
committee subjected Wells to a severe
cross-q jestioning. Wells said about
the vacarify in the returning board that
they had once elected Col. T. M. San
dige, Democrat, but he had declined to
serve. Subsequently another Demo
crat, Arroyo was elected, and he resign
ed, saying he would not serve ifatiother
Democrat was not elected. The name
of Hugh Kennedy was mentioned to
make the fifth member, but the board
could not agree as to him, and went on
with its work. The canvass had been
done fairly, openly and according to
The Senate committee is getting at
facts which antedate the vote counting,
ami show how the Republicans were
jiot allowed to vote. It takes heroism
not in every man's breast to walk' up
before a committee and tell the truth,
believing thJ3tllie act will cost him his
tiomeand probably hla life. Guarantee
protection to all meJ Lere, and enough
bottom facts will come out to make the
whole Confederate Congress to blush
for the inhumanity of its Democratic
New York, Dec. 21. Tho New
York Time? New Orleans special says:
The House committee commenced tak
ing testimony to-day by bearing L. A.
Barnstroff, colored, called by the Dom
ocrats to prove colored intimidation in
New Orleans. Witness said lie was
boru in the West Indies, that he had
been naturalized in -New York, Boston,
Philadelphia, Mississippi and Louisiana,
No one liad troubled him before, or on
tlie day of election. EighS days ago,
he was going to market, when a man
named Thompson said: "Here, j'ou
litttle Democratic nigger, what you fuss
ing with that, woman for?" Then
Thompson struck him and witness was
arrested for disturbing the peace. He
had changed from being a Republican
to a Democrat, to get work, but he had
not got it yet.
.Tlie Tribune Washington special
says : Reports of Louisiana committees
ate . received here with great interest.
The testimony taken by the House com
mittee thus tar had very little bearing
upon the question, at issue. The ten
dency of. Democratic witnesses lias been
rather to hake confidence in the valid
ity of the yote actually cast and returned
tor the Democrats than otherwise. ' For
instance, no polls were thrown out in
Demiicratic witnesse to prove tliere
was intimidation there. The Demo.
cuumuun! wiu w lorgei inic,
under the peculiar election law ot
Louisiana, intimidation, no matter who
is'guilty of it, invalidates the election
at the polls where it occurs. , The great
question is whether the returning board
actetl honestly or fraudulently in its
canvass of the votes. To this point
the Senate committee seems to be di
recting iu inquiries. The doings of the
board iu secret session when the returns
from contented precincts were decided
ought to be brought to light and the
evidence on which the case rests made
public, as in South Carolina and Flori
Tlic Ilonaii.! Miiiiii-x Co.
nia will lie dividcil.
31iss Mary .. Kennedy obtained a
verdict for 9,000 for breach of promise
to marry C. V. Hrewstcr.
A tug boat in Xew York harbor
ecretnry of the U.
S. Senate, was married in Washington
City, on the 20th, to Miss Kthe K.
lasttt, ot that city. President pro
lem ot the Senate. Ferrv. and Mr.
Flagg, prineijm! journal clerk, acted as
The Senate elections committee have
discovered another Virginia elector
who is ineligible, lieing a Centennial
Commissioner at the time of his ai-
A telegram to the London Simulant
says it is reported that the appoint
ment of Midhat Psha as Grand Vizier
is regarded at St. Petersburg as a chal
lenge to Russia.
A young man named 1oik1, having
leen ordered from the house by L. D-
Hill, ot Shelby Depot, Tenn.,' whose
daughter he was visiting, returned with
a pistol, and shot him six times, cans-
i,,g death. He then draggetl Miss Hill
j over her father's dead body, to a minis
ter's, and insisted on having the mar
riage ceremony performed.
England warns Turkey to expect no
aid from her.
lirent, the Louisville forger, will
leave London for the United States on
the steamer Partica.
The Servians tired on an i Austrian
monitor, and tho insult is about to crc
ate an international unpleasantness.
Sitting Hull, with nineteen lodges,
was driven south of the Missouri, and
encamped on liear creek with 5,000 1
Hendricks says the House has equal
power with the Senate in determining
tli Presidential election, aud that force
should not be used. -
Tilden is trying to force his Presiden
tial election by a transportation combi
nation, promising large subsidies to rail
road and steamship lines.
The Alabama claims court expires le-
gall v on the 31st. There will be about
eight millions loft on hand, which next
o kk, ,
i J -t
Parties are circulating the rcporttthat
Tilden and Wheeler will be "the"
men, without remembering that tho
President aud Vice-President mut be
from different States.
W.C. Wall, superintendent of the
, ' r ,
money order department of the post
office at Pittsburg, absconded on the
20th with $2,500, and it is proven he is
- - , . .
a defaulter probably to the amount of
The bridal outfit for Miss May, fi
ancee ot Bennett, has been appraised
by custcm house examiners at 36,000
francs. The outfit comprises over forty
articles of wear, chief among which is
(lie wedding dress which is of white
satin and in a marvel in the dress-mak
ing art."' TlieiSastoms duties are $42,-"
The compromise between Tom Scott
and the Central Pacific was laid before
the House committee. Tlie proposi
tion is in brief, to allow tlie California
Soutlicm Pacific Co. to build 700 miles
of road east from San Diego, with the
same aid ot lands and guarantee in in-
terest tliat the Texas Pacific Co. will
receive for the remainder, and to make
that transcontinental line subject to use
oii equal terms by all parties, Congress
reservlng the right . to regulate ail
charge for freight and uassergers.
The following interesting discription
of the most prominent man in France is
by a traveling correspondent of the Bos-
ton Journal i . "Tho old gentleman,
is seventy-two, but gray and wrinkled
to a wondrous degree, occupies a small
obscure apartment, furnished with a
camp-bed,a his sleeping-room. He
has 6lept ' on one of these hard narrow
couches for the past forty years. Jn
habits he is probably one of the most
methodical men" alive. Although he J
rarely retires before midnight, he ii.vari
ably rises at five a. m., and his varlet
brings him a cup ot coffee, lie then
throws himself pell-mell into his work
and rarely stops before nine. All bis
important private business is considered
and prepared before most other people
are up. From nine to noon he usually
sees company, and at noon he takes a
light breakfast. He always dines at
eight o'clock, wherever he may be, and
uses wine only once a day. It is no ex
aggeration to say that for forty years he
has not varied from thU routine. He
is so active and energetic, even to-day,
that his secretaries find but little to do.
He prefers writing his ownjctlers to
dictating them and one morning recent
ly he wrote thirty.five before breakfast.
lie gives most ot his important mes
sage verbally, and keeps five or six
confidential crsonage3 constantly en
gaged in delivering them. There does
not exist a more admirably preserved
old gentleman. He is 'quaint and odd
to a degree, however, ami seems to be
intensely annoyed by any attention from
the herd. The ' look of impa
tience and distress that comes over his
face when he is compelled to march be
tween two lines ot gapers is indescriba
ble. A WHEAT PMJi:U BOOST.
The Southland (Mo.) Jiutic has
this in relation to pigeon roosts : Pige
ons hare come into this part of the
country by millions. Of evenings the
sky it darkened with them in the neigh-
borhood of Dr. Dodson's, on the Aug.
laize. They have made Dodson's farm
their headquarters, and at night tlie
trees and underbrush are loaded down
with mul.itudes. As this roost is but
a short distance from our house we have
had ample opportunity to watch tlieir
maneuver and to hear the incessant
noise they make. A little before sun
down large armies of pigeons are seen
coming from different points ot the
eompas, but each army passes onward
-s " they intended to change their
roosting place. After a while tliey re
turn and settle on the trees around the
roost, not many of them nearer than a
mile ot the place. They make sudden
flights from these trees, and the sound
of tlieir wings is like that ot a great
storm. There is a constant roarinsx in
the air as myriads of the birds fly to
and fro. About dark they fly toward
the roost, ami for a long time they fly
round and round and have the appear
ance ot bees swarming,1 although the
vast number and tornado-like roaring
they make surpasses anything in the
power ot man to describe. Alter awhile
they alight on the trees and bushes, and
tho limbs are bent down ward, often
are broken off. The pigeons keep up
a constant chattering, which can be
heard tor miles away. They arc never
still during the night. So tar as sleep
is concerned, such a thing is out of the
question with a pigeon. Tliey are dis
turbed by themselves, such throngs as
sembling in a spot that none can be
still a moment, and the mccsant dis
charging of fire-arms among thein cadres
them to change their location almost
constantly. This roost is visited every
"'S"t b? crowds of men, some with
guns and others with poles, which they
use in threshing down the pigeons that
hapin to lo at the jxiint struck. Hun-
light appears the vat armies go forth
with aUparctly as much vigor as ever.
pigeons have been killed in New York
with nndigasted rice in their crops,
,ich they had evWently gathered in
the nce-helds of tho Carolina. 1 rom
tI)e86 aild other circumstances it has
been estimated that a pigeon flies at the
f a mile mJnute- Imagine, then,
i mniioira uwu uiiiiiuiiB oi tneae oirus, uu
I thu wi,g at tho8ame timc ove'r a
scope of country not more than two
miles square, and a faint idea of the
noise they make may be entertained.
Hut no one can ever fully imagine what
a pigeon-roost is or how much noise
they make until one is seen or heard.
I There is an abundance of mast here
n-JW, and we suppose the pigeons will
remain here until it is all gone- One
curious circumstance is inat in the
neighborhood of this pigeon-roost we
never see a pigeon from the time they
leave of mornings until they return of
evenings. Tliey are not , eating the
mast here at all, but somewhere they
are all feastiug luxuriantly, for they are
HjrOraalle Practical Jek.
When Cathrine II, aud her snccess-
I ors, says a St. Petersburg correspondent
I of the San Francisco Chronicle, amused
I themselves at Peterhofi tbe water pow-
j er was taken into service to play prac-
tical jolteg on unwary people, which
cannot be called enjoyable. In one re
tired nook there stands a gigantic mnsb
room, largo enough to Lave a bench
around its stem. A soon as anybody
undertakes to seat bun self upon it the
I water streams out of the whole peripbe-
ry of the spreading top, inclosing the
j captive In a splashingeylioder. To rise
again stops the water, but people have
J not always presence ot mind to think of
i that. In another secluded spot there is
j what is called the "ixvere' Seat," and
j here I came upon a poor boy m rather a
j disagreeable plight. Uiidei a spreading
elm, the branches of which are artfully
iuter woven with water-pipes, there
stands a bench, just wide enough for
two, with a bed of flowers in front,
which contains some artificial and some
natural shrubs and two huge cast iron
thistles.. Some fun-loving individuals
had enticed the boy to sit down there
a nd turned on the water, which was
pouring over him from all directions,
from the branches of the elm, the back
ot the bench, and from every branch
thorn ot the shrubs. It must be an ar
dent lover indeed that would survive
such a dousing. In the boy's case
there was no tender flame to overcome,
and he bounced from his seat with a
yell and tied across the park, his cow
hide boots causing sad havoc among the
flower-beds, while his dripping gar
ments secured him plenty of elbow-room
wlierever he struck a gaily dressed
AritoRA, Ind., November 18.
The Italians did not understand the
real cause of their depressed trade.
They thought to increase business by
employing a salesman who knew all
about our language and customs.
"Uncle Hilly," an aged negro, who
lived next door to their studio, first ex
tucir aumuauou, hum uiiatiy wun i
tlie love ot their hearts by his well
known conversational powers. They
knew at once that he was the man for
uie piace. Having been merely hang-
ing to the skins of business of late years
sawing wood and whitewashing a
little he readily entered into a con
tract to peddle tlie images on the streets.
UncleBilly projiosed to cany the figures
in a bag. The Italians had never of
fered them in that way to the art pat-
Tons ot Rome, and explained to him
that it would not do. 1 hey fitted him I
up with a cellar-door on his head, after
the style in vogue m their owu sunny
land, ami placing the images upon it, j
started htm out. lie had an excellent
assortment of goodsr Michiel'jAngelo
tras there, standing lieside a sky-blne
pup with retrtail and blue ears ; Cupid,
with a donblo-barelled shot-sjun was
taking deadly aim at the stomach of).
Mars; Columbus was on hand, like a I
sure ringer, peering into the distance
after dry land; there were dog that
would have passed equally well tor I ens dat laid uin is, was the reply
hogs or sheen, and the Augel leading; .--'
forth St. Peter. With this exhibit ot
Giecian and Roman mythology, his-
torv. poetry. &c. Uncle Rillv turned
into Main street. He did not manage
the board with any particular grace or I
skill. Indeed, it required great exer-
tion on his part to hold it mi his head
at all, and keep it from bumping against
the heads of other people. With a
gravity befitting his new found position,
ne passed along the street loudly call
iiuv offnntiiii' j lii9 mni-Atmiiilin
fo' de ol'est sho now trablin' Heal, I
Wiromlt.lv w-d aiv.n,r f
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an male of dw new an" elegant side-
wheel steamah, an anything on de
hnrrtcatie root goes fo' do nifhcaut sutn
ob fifteen cents. If you don't see what
you want, a&k to' it. No trouble to
ho goods. Heah wo hb Nepolean
Roiiepa't crossing de Delcwah ; Christo-
fah t'olumbus de Great: Mars Ren
Butler ; de beautiful an' accomplished
Jlisu enus ; de Kose b bharon an de
T.ilv oil Ho Vallpv Kiltpon n.n I
At tirir-n nt 'mission in' mm' tir-l-nt
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gone right down to de bottom figgah,
an' po loohn'. White folks, you heah
What I snys, ail you want to ante up
Wld de doocats.
Oh, pull down your vest !" yelled a
boy from tlie other. side ot the street
Lncle Billy turned around to admin
ister a rebuke, and in doing so the
Board on- his head' jostled violently
against a pile of goods boxes. There
was a tremendous rattling ot the plas
ter images as they toppled over one up
on another. Said Uncle Bill, as he
held the board .firmly on his head to!
prevent further disaster :
1 bet a million dollahs dat de berry
olc scratch is to pay up dar 'mong my
gods an chicken nxin s.
A o takers.
"An' all on 'count ob dat low-flung
chile dat hollah 'Pull down yo' vest.' !
Jes wait till I kotch yon, honey, an
you bet yo' sweet life dis niggah pull
down yo' vest cl'ar down to de gronn'.
It t waot dat I so got too much res pec
to George Washington, de Lord ob
Hosts an' a tew mo' good people on my
head, I'd broke ebVy blatu' bone in yc'
body right hyar. Now, yo' heard yo
ole uncle quote Shakspeah !
tie turned carefully around then, and
started back to tte manufactory tor re
pairs, only remarking :
"Dey's some child'en in'dis town dat
hadn't ought to hab a raonfful to eat
de nex fo hund'ed yeahs !'
tk lotted for Keturas.n
At 8 o'clock yesterday morning the
proprietor of a small saloon on Beau
bien street put down the curtains, shut
the door and was walking off when he
was halted by apoliceman. Tlie sa
loonist crossed the Btreet to the officer
and said :
"Dot blace is glosed ub for one
"What's the matter ?" asked the
"Well, I gant stand such foolings
around t. In de first blace-a man comes
in and says : "Well Dilden's elected,"
and he kicks over de chairs. Booty
soon comes an udder in and he says :
Hooray. Hayes has got 'em now!'
and he kicks ofcr a dable. Auodder
roan in a leedle vhile comes in and galls
out. 'XSiOpojay is elected any more"
and he prcaks some glasses hhust like
dot has it been for a week, ajid I am
glean discouraged. If somebody says
Dilden is elected, I pelfef dot ; it somt -body
says Hayes is elected, I pehef
dot ; if somebody says nobody is elect
edlfeel like this gountry rhas going
to seme gogs right away." -"Yes,
it does bother one ! consoled
the officer. . ,
,4Tell all der poys dot I uave giosea
up tor returns, and dot somebody gan't
get inr" repliel the man, ami ho turned
his face homeward. ;
Discovery of Animal Ukmaiks.
An important discovery of numerous
well preserved bones of diluvian ani
mals is reported from Steeten, on the
Lehn, in Germany. The cave in which
they were found was accidentally laid
open by the tall of a colossal block of
dolomite, which had closed it water
tight. A dry, soft, dolomite sand,
which - tilled the cave, had preserved
the organic remains most -beautifully,
without any incrustation. The bones
were those of the cave-lion, larger than
the present African lion, of the cave-
bear, and the cave-hyena, the latter ot
much more powerful build than the liv
ing species. There ivere also remnan's
of the horse, the ox, the rhinoceros and
the elephant, as well as several smaller
animals, which had been the prey ot
the lion, the bear and the hyena. It
seeVns Ihat the elephant calves had by
. , .
oy those auuvian carnivoia. ro-caueu
keproliths, or petrified excrements, were
nm0rmiljv. mivP.l with the modlev of
bones. It need scarcely be said that
the several beasts of prey did not inhab
it the cave together, but that similar
secies of them used it during successive
periods. A gxd selection ot the rem-
nants found is coutained in the museum
The American, no matter what mav
be his circumstances, is determined to
rise. Tweed went awaj' in a common
schooner and returns iu a great ship,
the gnest of the greatest nation the sun
"Have you poached eggs ?" inquired
a customer ot a colored rcstyrant Rein
cr in Mississippi. "Ves, salt. All our
eggs am- poached -leastways de chick
; "Why do utitternies wart their
wings?" a twenty-two verse poem, by
"Esmeralds" is respectfully declined,
with the information that they have to
do it or wal
A gentleman met a very Quiet news
boy-selling papers. , Is there any
ih'Ws?" inquired the gentleman. "Jxits
o news." replied the boy : "but uothiu
' SaidJoUCS, 3S 1,0 Wrathful-
V Pf' ay the pie which his land
lady had just served him.
- , .. f , -
lug to cat It
to eat, and I ain't go-
An arithmetical peace-make r figura
tively suggests to the politicians,
i "this is o time 4 vi 2 per 8 ing. Let
us be 1 country and 1 people at lOy
Samuel Lovely, ot Bangor, has just
been divorced from Kinma lively,
Everything has not been Lovely in
I that fam'lv. evidentlv
I , . A. MASSIF
f oil - l
I " - ' -"'f.
deca.t l08g of mun, , .
that wm euro yon, free of t i
luuiii.uviin iiLai iiv-i win i ii rv n. oj-, v i
1 great .remedy xusaiscovcrcd by u mlssionury
! in South Amcrkn. Send wlf-ivlilrtrwol fv:-
1 lone to the kev. jokepo t. Isman. ffuunm n,
Mble Hnuxc, AVip York. n8v9.
"IUr, tor 1 will upcak el eiccUeai
POHB'S EXTRAC-Thocret Vrctable Pta
iiainyrr. -ias oeen la bko over thirty
yean, nd for clfinlinM8 and prompt cura
tive virtue ciinnot he eirf Ued.
CH1L0SEH. fnmily can afford to be wThout
roml't Kxtrnrt. Acridrnta, Bralaear
ontaaionn, C'ats, Slprninn, are reliered
almoet iuatnntly by external application.
1'mmiitly relieves pains or Barns, Memlds,
Excoriations, Chaanss, Old Hsrea,
Itolls. Felons, Corns, etc. Aimts in
fUtnatioo, reduces swelling, stops blmdins,
wmoron dimolor!ltlfn Mnrl hnnlit nfillv
FEM AtjE WEAKNESSES. It always relieves pain
in i ho iack and loiu,f ullnt andpreesingpaiu
in the h-nil. nansea, vertiuo.
Ill IEUGQRRHSA it has no equal. AH kinds of al.
ceraosns 10 wnici mate are so eject are
pnimpuy enreu. f uller OcUills In dooki
penyinii each hottlf.
S blind or bleedlBS-meet nromot relief
aud ready care. Mo case, however chionic or
ob-tlnalu, cn Ions resist its regular use.
VARICOSE VEIXS. "is the only mre euro for
tin dfttm-Min; and danceroas condition.
KlONEff DISEASES. It has no equal for pTma.
BLEED IHB from any canae. For this is s wpe
elllr. It has vaved hsndreds of lives wben all
other remedies' failed to arrext bleeding from
nme. Ptomaeh, tnnra and elaeivbere.
RHEUMATISM, REHRALBIA, Tootharao aa4
lUu-aelie are U uhke relieved, and often per
BHT8ICIANS ot nil schools who aro acquainted
. with Pond's Extract of Witch Ilaael rcca
otnniend it in tneir practice. We have letters of
coinmendatii-.fnin hundreds of Physicians,
many of whom order it lor use in their own
practice. In addition to tho foregoing, they
order its mm (or Nwellintrs of all kinds,
Mln-, fare Vbroat, Inilamed Tonsils,
runplu and chronic Iiarrkrra, Cntarrh
(for which it ik a specific,) Chilblains Frost
ed Feet, Sttlags of Insects, Slosqaltctos,
etc.. Chapped ITands, Faee, and indeed
all manner of pkln diseases.
TOILET USE. lieinove lren-MS Ponshncss,
aud siartini heals f'nts, Krnptlons,
and Pimples. It rer-, tnnVmra'rt. sad r
Jruhv. while wonderfully ' improvii:t tbe
rmiIexie. ' ,
TO FARMER 5. -l'ontl's r-xtmrt. Xo Htck
Brwder.uo Uvery Man can afford tone without
it. It to need by all the Leading Livery Stables,
Street Kailroad and first Horsemen in New
York City. Ithanoeuualforepralii,Har
nesa or Hiuldlei Chaliuos Htia'nesa,
rk-ratrbes, Hwelllnr",Cot, ljtceratisas,
Hieediaa-, Pneaneuia, t'siic, IHarrbav,
Chills, Colds, etc. Its nwjreof action Is wide,
and the relief it affords Is so prompt that it in
in valuable in every Farm-yard as well as In
every r arm -noose, i-ei ji ninn hm
BAdJiOR. Pond Extract has been Iraftated.
The irennine article haa the words Pond's Kx-
tract blown hi each bottle. It prepared by
v the only persona Irvine who ever knew how
to prepare It properly. "Kef use all other pre
parations of Witch fiasek This is the only
article used by Physicians, and 15. the hospi
tals ot this connrry and Europe.
DISTORT AND USES OF, POHB'S EXTRACT.
In MjnrllH. form, sent free on application to
POND'S IXTR&IT COMPART, w Maiden
yon will never be without It.
rt at K
h o if ,
.Wlien ytm wish
or iu tact anything In the. "
call at IU
fKXIt IEKRY & FIRST-STS.,
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