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. TII13 FALLING STAKS.
Blcckslicrir (Gh.) Georgian. T havo
read iimny descriptions of what wna
called the falling stars or meteoric
shower of 1833, and recently thu ac
count, of an old man who .av tho
shower or meteoric rain in Alabninu,
an account of which was copied from
the Hirminghnm Age by t he News. I
tlo not call myself old, yet I was live
jears of nqe when the evert alluded to
Dccurrcd, and witnessed it as 1 l eniein
Dor without fear. Tho impress is still
iresh on my mind, though J have never
-ead a description that apices with
ivhat I saw, except when spoken of as
sublimely grand! 1 will try to de
scribe it. as seen ny me in Beaufort
District, South Carolina 1 ."0 miles
jp tho Savannah Kiver. and about six
miles from Matthews Mull'. At the
residence of my aunt, at some hours
before day (tho date I do not remem
ber) Uncle Fred came to my bed tool:
Die in his arms to the front piazza
nhorc ho stood me on my feet to wit
less the rain of apparent liquid fire. I
and no fear for lie was with me and I
iud no appreciation of the terror it
mhdit have for those who dreaded the.
It was a rain of fire, notstars. The
stars, or sparks, only occurred at tho
;nd of the lines of lire. Imagine a rain
of molten iron striking the earth, each
Jrop bursting into sparks., Nothing
else will compare. I could not now
describe it, if experience with foundries
and smiths' shops had not allorded
tho comparison. Tho lire fell in
streams like tho heaviest rain I
2ver witnessed and swayed to r.nd fro
iust as tho water is bv the motion of
die clouds or wind. Tho onlv stars
saw were iusfc as ono sees when niol
ten iron is rushing into or from tho
adle, or when iron with a welding heat
s withdrawn from the forge, or such
as seeiuwhen the liquid metal drops
imon the earth, or such as is seen in
the wake of an exploded rocket. Tho
ilranuest feature to me was, no such
iparks or stars appeared except at tho
snu oi the line ot lire ram, which
stopped about livefeet from theearth
as near as I can iudge. The liiaz
?a had three steps from theground. I
tould not have been more than three
wet Inch and the lino of l'uo
rain burst into sparks on
level with my eves. None that
t saw struck tho eaith, but after
?pnrkling on this line disappeared, to
jo succeeded bv others m muck sue
cession. I recollect distinctly observ
ing tho sceno around the yard, and
the road led directly from, the gate
und wondering why none of the (ire cr
sparks reached tho earth. It was not
as light t day, but a lurid light great
er than I have ever seen since. Objects
were perfectly discernible though not
so well as by daylight. 1 heard of
many persons being terrified but saw
none. I lo not recollect ot seeing
anything above tho line of my vision
such as the top of trees anil houses
J no lire ram was too thick to see
through. After staying as long as
was deemed prudent in my night
clothes, my undo returned mo to bed.
How Jong it was before day
light, I do nt k now. I met
mi old gentleman some years
ngo who was in camp on the Texas
prairies, who witnessed the meteoric
shower or falling stars and whose ac
count tallied more nearly with mine-
t han any I havo ever read or heard
He did not have my experience with
molten metal, hut when ho heard nv
comparisons with tho sparks or from
a smith's forge, heartily endorsed
They were Kind to the Widow.
From tho Detroit Free Pscss.
Tho three of us had been tramjung
over the battle field of Malvern Hill
all day long, and as night came on
thero was every evidence of a steady,
soaking ram storm. o bad to cet
shelter right away, and wn found it in
a small farm house owned bv a widow
Slio was willing enough to furnish us
supper, hut when it camo to lodgings
6ho seemed greatly embarrassed.
"i on see,- sno said, "my house is
very small. Indeed, I havb only this
room with a bedroom off."
"Hut can't wo sleep in the barn?
asked tho Colonel.
"I havo no barn."
"Jiut you can go to ned and let us
sleep on the floor in this room, can't
"Y-c-s, but but "
"Oh, vou needn't have any fear of
ns, madam," protested the Colonel,
"It isn't that, sir, but "
Sho blushed liko a rose, but none of
is could understand until sho said:
"We'll, to tell the truth, my beuu
will bo hero to-night."
"In this storm?"
"Oh, yes. Ho would coma if it
"Well, wo won't hurt William."
"No, sir, but we that is, ho will ex
pect to spark me, and and "
"Exactly," said tho Colonel. "I seo
tho situntion. You don't want to
"No, sir; and I don't want to turn
you gentlemen out either. You see,
dr, it's probably my only chance to
get married, and it won't do to ollend
William. This is his sparking night
and he's got to coino iivo miles."
"Well, wo won't stond in the way;
wo will hunt up some other place."
"No, sir, you shall stay, but you
bco how it is. I think I can fix it, I'll
take this room, and you three- can
havo tho bedroom."
"Whjjt! Deprive you of sleep?"
"Oh, no, sir. William and I always
npnrk till daylight. If you would on
ly fix it that way, sir."
We did. After supper wo locked
ourselves into tho bedroom, and,
taking tho pillows from tho bed, lay
downontlnlloor and slept like bricks
until called to breakfast. When wo
went out tho Colonel asked:
"Well, did William show up?"
"Y-yes, sir," sho stammered, "anil
ho asl:vd mo to m-marry him! If wo
hadn't fixed things may bo he'd have
waited a whole year longer. B-break.
fast is ready, ond I'll never forget
your k-kindncss to a poor widow!"
How n Ilnivk Attnrkol n .linn.
Lost wp.-k mi immense fowl linwk Hew
into tho vnrd of Kobert ltroilie, of Tabor
undo township, nml wlilc (ttt-tissHui; otitlie
protind with u fowl win soiml by tho Mines
bv Mr. Urodio. when the hiiwh let so the
prev nml fastened its tidoiH into his legs so
that ho conhl not move. Tho hawk luul
Mr. Urodio by tho Uy., but neither could do
nny more. Assistance entne in answer to
his cries in the person of his wife, who then
chopped off tho hawk's lieud with u hatchet
nnd released her husband from nu oinbrnco
that was luiytliinc but tender und loving,
Columbia, (S. C.) Register.
A l'ootci' Vlcu of JoiirnnllMii.
Nowhcro else, in no other claxs or profes
sion, can bo found bo much talent and so
much wit as among our American journal
ists, however they bury tho former and
misdirect tiio latter gift. With a better un
dartniuline of "noblesso oblige," with a lit
tie more delicacy refining their wit, with a
great deal more reverence for the sacredness
ot homes and personalities, to what heights
might not tlieso peerless minds elevate
American journalism? Ellen Wheeler-
Wilcox's Novel "Mnl Moutoe."
lie Objected to tiio Hustle.
Many an incident, trivial and amusing in
itself, lias come in tho nick of time to pre
vent subsequent serious troub'e. Ktituor
has it that a young man not many thou
sand miles from Lewiston wns about to bo
married, when ho objected to tho brido
wearing a bustle at tho wedding, declaring
that that part of her attire was inartistic
nnd must bo dismissed. Thisdid not please
tho young girl, who was obdurate, nnd in
sistcd on wearing tho offensive article. The
result was that tho match was broken off
and tho invitations cancollod. It was
narrow cscapo for both. Lcwistou (Me.)
Kau;li on the. Hun. J. Wilbur.
Tho lion. J. Wilbur Graham was waiting
on a negro woman in his store the other
day, and picked up on tho floor where sho
stood a crumpled bill, which a glnnco
showed him to bo ot tho denomination of
$100. Ho know on tho instant it did not
belong to his customer ho did not know
whom it belonged to and if tho owner was
not forthcoming, of course, it was his
Imasino his elation! A littlo apprehensive
that tho negro might claim it, iio wont be.
hind tho counter and put it under a con
veniont cheese-box for a closer inspection
It was a Confederate. Fairburn (Ga.)
IVllllt It JtfNflllblCN.
"I 800 by tho papers that small-pox is on
thownncinCamuln, remarked Mm. Snaggs.
"Then it resembles a coal dealer a great
deal," replied her husband.
"How is that?"
"You said it was on tho wane, did you
"Well, if a coal dealer was not on tho
woighin', too, how would he know how to
give 1,800 pounds of coal for a ton?"
Mrs. Saggs retired to consider tho ques
Lnconic patient to physician: Caught
cold. Physician: TakeltedStarCougliCure;
no morphia, no poison. Onlv twentv-fivo
cents. St. Jacobs Oil cures pain.
15ob Hurdotlo says: "Nothing goes into
print tho way a. man writes it."
A ICtrxulii In Corner Lot
is what most men desire, but to keep from
lilling ft ernvo in a cemetery lot ere half
your days nro numbered, always keep a
supply of Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
covery" by you. When tholirstHymptoms
of consumption Appear lose no time in put
ting yourself under tho treatment ot this
invaluable medicine. It cures when noth
ing else will. Possessing, as it does, ten
times tho virtuo of tho host cod liver oil, it
is not only the cheapest but fur tho pleas-
nutest to take, it purifies and enriches
tho blood, htreugthens tho system, cures
blotches, pimples, eruptions and other
humors. Ily druggists.
Avoid shame, but do not seek clorv
nothing so expensive as glory.
Young and middle-aged men suffering
from nervous debility, prematura old age,
loss of memory, and kindred svnmtom.s.
should send 10 cents in stamps for largo
illustrated troatiso suggesting sur means
of cure. World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, ISuffalo, N. Y.
A fratnp wheuarrested gaveliis residonco
as "all over."
"Work, Work, Work!"
How many women thoro nro workinc to
day in various brunches of industry to
say nothing oi tiio thousands of pationt
house-wives whoso lives are an unceasing
round of toil- -who nro martyrs to thoso
complaints to which tho weiiker box is
liable. Their tnsks aro rendered doubly
hard and irksome and tlieirlivessliortened.
yet hard necessity compels thorn to keop
on. To such Dr. I'ierco's "Favorite Pro
scription" offers a sure means of relief.
1-or all omnia weaknesses it is a certain
cure. All druggists.
Thoro aro 91S.000
mora women thnn
mou in Great liritain.
A HexDitci) Yi:.vitH might bo spent in
searcli of a remedy for Catarrh, Cold in tho
Head nnd Hay l-over. without finding tho
equnl of Ely's Cream Halm. It is applied
with tho linger. JJeing pleasant and safe, it
supersedes tho lisp of nil liquids and snuffs.
Its effect is magical, it relieves at once and
cures many cases which bafllo physicians.
nco 50 conts nt druggists. 00 cents by
mail. Ely liros., Owego, X. Y.
I think Fly's Cream Hnlm isthobest rem
edy for catarrh I oversaw. I nover took
anything that roliovcd mo so quickly, and
I havo not felt ns well for a long time. I
used to bo troubled witlt sovero headaches
two or threo times a woek, but sinco using
tho Halm havo only had ono nnd that was
cry light compared with formor ones. J.
. Alcorn, Agent. U. P. It. It. Co.. Eaton.
NoCutIIitks Aiiout This. Only to nn-
siver the coiihtant cull lor a good and low
iricod conch and croim romtxly do wo now
ntrodtico our Allon'H I.uns Ualsam in throo
sues, L'iic, TjUc, and J.1.U0 a battle at all
An iizriciiltiirul school for uirls hns been
established in France.
ffulfortl Knur tl eanltal tor drinertlei. In.
Taluatle to all gocd cjuki.
Uopontanco is not n more feolin; had; it is
doing better. Theodoro L. Cuyler.
tcrnejf, WujhlDgtuij.U.C.lt'd 1661. Adic free.
The heat eniiirli mullHitii 1 Pnrn for fTm
uuptlou. bold everywhere. 2Sc
Silonco ia tho Bovereat criticism.
51. 1'antour la CO yearn ol age.
Tho oppressed subjects of Uuronean Gov
ernments turn to this country for free
homo.-i, free laws, and for the free use of
Salvation Oil for their palus and bruises.
A '.Tlntliiiiiti'V keener.
"Sire!" exclaimed iv mnii In the homely
gnrb of n mechanic to l'ichclieu, Prime Min
ister of France, ns he-was entering his pnl
nee. "Sire, I havo mado n discovery which
"shall make r'cii and great tho nation
"which shnll develop it. Sire, will yougivc
"mo an audience?"
Richelieu, constantly importuned, finally
ordered the 'madman" imprisoned. Even
in jail ho did not desist from declnring his
"delusion," which ono dny attracted tiio
attention of a llritish nobleman, who heard
Do Cause's story, and developed his discov
ery of steam power!
All great discoveries nro nt first derided.
Seven years ago a mnn yet under middle
age, enriched by a business which covered
tho continent, found himself suddenly
stricken down. When his physicians said
recovery was impossible, ho used a new
discovery, wl'iich, liko nil ndvances in sci
ence, had been onnoscd bitterly by tho
schoolmen. Nevertheless, it cured him,
nnd out of gratitude therefor ho consecra
ted a part of his wealth to the spreading of
its merits beforo tho world. Such in brief
is tho history of Warner's snfo cure, which
has won, nccording to tho testimony of
eminent persons, tho most deserved reputa
tion ever accorded to any known compound,
nnd which is finnlly winning on its merits
nlono tho npproval of tho most conserva
tive practitioners. Its famo now belts tho
globe Tho Herald.
Never defend an error because you onco
thought it truth. Franklin
For cuts from barbed wire fence, lore shoulders,
kicks and open sores on animals, use Stewart's
Healing Powder, 15 and SO cts. a box,
of liibles is forbidden in Rio
"HourIi on lials" clears out lint. Mlco. 15c
'lioupli cn Corns" hard cr soft corn, bunions. 15c
"JJourIi cn Toothache." Instant relief. 15c.
"Christinas," said Dickens, "is a kind,
Something that will quiet tho nerves, givo
strength to the body, induce refreshing
sleep, improve the quality of tho blood,
and purify and brighten tho complexion, is
what many persons would bo very glad to
obtain. Carter's Iron Pills aro inado for
exactly this class of troubles, and nro re
markably successful in nrcomplishing tho
ends desired, as named abovo. They aro
useful for both men and women. Sold by
druggists. Price, 50 cents a box. See ad
vertisement. The Missouri Cremntion nociety hns 400
members, twenty-live o whom aro women.
"JtOUCU ON ITCH."
"Tiouch on Itch" cures skin humors, eruntlons.
ring wiiini, teller, silt rheum, frosted feet, cull
lilans. Itch, ivy poison, barbel's Itch. aoc. Jura.
The nnmo Vnndcrbilt was originally
spelled Van Der Hilt.
"VrTion IUby waa sick, wo gro her Castorla,
When she nas a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When sho hecame Miss, sho clung to Castorla,
7fcsu sho had Children, sho giro thorn Castorla,
Confidence is anlnnt of slow growth in an
nged bosom. William Pitt.
Every ono is perfectly satisfied who uses
Buckingham's Dyo for tho Whiskers.
lho bowels may bo regulated, and tho
Btomach strengthened, witli Ayor's Pills.
Thero nro 3,000,000 skeletons or over in
tho catacombs of Paris.
Threo bottles of Athlophoros havo en
tirely relived my brotlier-in law, Louis
Zimmering, of rheumatism, which formerly
troubled him, and lie can work without tho
least inconvenience. William Kommers,
foreman for 15. F. McMillan it Pro., Mc
Very few Mormon ladies nppear to bo
opposed to the one-mun power.
Sprains, bruises, stiff joints, burns.
ncalds and rheumatism nro relieved lry
Undo Sam's Nerve and Uono liniment.
Sold by druggists.
Worms causo peevishness, foverH, convul
sions and frequently death. A pleasant,
snfo and certain remedy is Dr. .lAOUE'S
GERMAN' W011M CAKES. Sold by all
Headaches, constipation, liver complnint.
billiousness arc cured by that mild, cleansinu'
remedy which never produces pain. EL-
EEIIT'S DAYLIGHT LIVEIt PILLS.
Only 25 cents. Sold by druggists.
An economical man will keen t'"i leather
of his harness soft nnd plinblo. which nre-
Bcrvesitfrom crackfng or ripping. Hoal-
was uses UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS OIL.
Sold by all Harness Makers.
One-third of all who dio in active middlo
lifo aro carried off by consumption. Tho
most frequent causo is n neglected cold,
rough, hoarseness, bronchinl trouble or
iisthmn, all of which mny be permanently
cured by EILEHT EXTRACT OF TAR
AND WILD CHFRRY. Sold by druggists.
A farmer's wealth depends on tho condi
tion of ids stock. When Bcraggy iindfeeblo
they aro especially liablo to distempers,
overs, cods nnd all diseases which destroy
animals. Thousands o( dollars aro saved
nnnunlly by that vnluublo old stand by,
UNCLE SAM'S CONDITION' POWDER.
Restless, fretful, crying children nro Buffer
ing and need for their relief Dn. WIN
CH ELL'S TEETHING SYRUP, which is
useful not only for nil tho disorders of
teething infants, but cures coughs, croups,
soro throat, colic and cramps of older chil
dren, and should always bo kept in every
Iiouho for emergencies. Only 125 cents.
Sold by all druggists.
Back and Shoulders
AretheparUuiually attacked lir rlioumatlumi and
the joint at tho knee, ankles, lilps, and wrliti, aro I
also sometimes affected. The. causa of rheumatism
Is lactic acid circulating with tho Hood, which at
tacks tho Joints and causes the pa'ns and aches of
the disease. Hood's Uarsaparllla purines and en
riches the blood, nnd has proven a wonderful remedy
Could Hardly Walk
"I was troub ed very much wllh rheumatism In my
Mps,nnkles,and wrists; In fact, I could hardly walk,
and was confine! to my bed a good deal of my time.
I ws also very bilious and suffered severely. I was
recommended to try Hood's BarsupaYllla, which I
did. I havo taken four bottles and am well. I ulodly
recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla." W. K. Wood,
"I have taken Hood's Barnaparllla for rheumatism,
and have received ureat benefit, I cheerfully rcc
ewmeud It." W. Ucitimu Lebanon, O.
fold by all druggists, tli sit for n. Prepared by
C. I. HOOD & CO., Apolhucsilei, Lowell, Mass.
I0O Doses One Dollar
otUtiprcts ths icoay I o4ord freia HticniiOUiia, a4
ll pi ill 1 coH da to ,odr ll CrlppM, Mi '
lk or slxp, I took l-lblnls t a UIU f ATII LQ
PH0R03 f 1 In 1 oJ n T K.CUtiJlJ.
si llli 2tw, Mllvsakrs, Wis. atakpUm U U aaly
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flt 1.1 ilLlaptoras. Uywi luul (tlltsf lo da aat ut
seutlhlaf alw. fcat ardn st aaaa from as. Wa wlU Mod II
iimt.1 paldoa reetlplaf rlea. $1,00 par aolUa. .
ATUL0PU0E08 CO., 113 Wall St., Nsw York.
When other and good remedies fail to re
lieve Cough nnd Colds, Dr. Ihfll's ( ough
Syrup will give instant relief. Obviously
because it is tho best remedy, l'rao U5
cents a bottle.
Mine. Nevada made Stl.000 during
fortnight's warbling in San Francisco.
If yon have harhpit wire fences keep Veter
inary Curbollniho In your stables. It rures
without a scar and renew, lho hnlr lt original
color. Mrent and Jl.Ui. athruirglsUor by wall.
Cole A Co., Muck llhcr Kalis, Wis.
Senator Fair, is worth 8,0(10,000. yet
is said to lead a lonely anil unhappy lile.
'KOUtSII ON lMI.KS."
Cures file, or hemorrhoid. Itohliu, protruding
blreilliic. Internal or other. Intern t and extern
remedy in each package. Sure euro. .). Dru.'ilsti
A Georgia lady has a suit ot clothes
which has been in her possession lOUyeurs.
Tin: i'rnr.vcv of Dn. W.u.Ki:it's Vinkoau
Uittiiu.s, in Clironii Dyspepsia, Fevers,
Nervous disorders, Constipation, deficiency
of vital power, and all maladies affecting
tho stomach, liver, bowels, pulmonary or
gans, or miiKcular system, hns been experi
enced by thousands. The Hit torastrikesat
the root of thoso diseases by toning tho
stomach and cleansing tho blood.
Fitk dollars fned yearly In
uslns l.J oil's lkel StKIuers; Sic.
hooU and shoes hy
Mine. Patli wns tho only
nudieiii'o at Figara's recent
womnn in tho
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