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"A THREE TIME WINNER."
Has Hanlan Lost His Grip 1 Philosophical
Train' ng Demanded,
Tho defeat of "Ned" Hanlan b-
Teenier at Toronto in August indicate
tho " end of tho glory " of the doughty
lie has sustained his record with
admirable pluck and success, but the
tremendous strain of years of training
must certainly some day find its limit.
Apropos of this we recall tho follow
ing interesting reminiscence of aquatic
On a fine, bright day in August, 1S71,
an excited multitude of 15,000 to 20,000
persons lined the shores of tho beauti
ful Kenebecasais, near St John, N. B.,
attractedjby a four-oared race betweon
tne famous runs crew of that city and
a picked English crew for.$5,000aud tho
championship of tho world. Wallace
lioss, tho present renowned oarsniau,
pulled stroke for the Blue rfobO crow,
and "Jim " Iienforth, champion sculler
and swimmer of England, and of tho
world, was stroko m tho English shell
Excitement was at fever heat.
But three hundred yards of the
course hud been covered when tho Ene
lishmen noticed that their rivals wero
" Give us a dozen, Jim, ' said tho vet
eran Harry Kelly, ex-champion of Eng
land, who was pulling No. 3 oar.
" 1 can't, boys, I'm done," said Ren
forth, and with these words ho fell for
ward, an inanimato heap in the boat,
"Ho has been poisoned by book
maker?, was the cry and belief.
Everything that science and skill
could fcuggest for his restoration was
tried ; but after terrible struggles of
agony, the strong man, the ilowor of
the athletes and pride of Ins country
men, natsed awav.
Tho btomaeh was analyzed but no
sign or trace of poison could bo found
therein, though general examination
showed a very strange condition of tho
blood and the hfo-giving'aud health
preserving organs caused by years of
unwise training. While tho muscular
Iuuvuiupiueiik was juriuub .uuuuuii ttuu
kidneys wero badly congested,
nil -i t . - il f
.i , i i t .. .i i i
j. no wnoie system was, inereiore, m
just that stato when tho most simple
departure from ordinary living and ex
ertion wrs of niomontous consequence.
His wondorful strength only mado his
dying paroxysms more dreadful and
the fatality more certain.
Hanlan is now in Australia. Beach,
champion of that country, is a'powerful
fellow, who probably understands tho
liability of athletes to death from over
training, tho effect thereof being very
serious on the heart, blood and kidneys,
as shown by poor Itenforth's sudden
Within the past three years ho has
taken particular caro of himself, and
when training, always reinforces tho
kidneys and prevents blood congestion
in them and tho consequent ill-effect
on the heart by using Warner's safe
cure, the sportsman's universal favorito,
and fays ho " is astonished at the great
Harry Wyatt, tho celebrated English
trainer of athletes, who continues him
self to bo one of tlio finest of specimens
of manhood, and one of tho most suc
cessful of trainers, writes over his own
signature to tho English Sporting Life,
September 5th, saying; "I consider
Warner's Fivfo euro invaluable for all
training purposes and outdoor exercise.
I have been in tho habit of using it for
a long time. I am satisfied that it
pulled mo through when nothing elso
would, and it is always a three-timo
Beach's and Wyat's method of train
ing is sound and should bo followed
in Huston a curious holiday novelty
Is a call bell for desks and dining
tables. It is made of a eoeoanut witli a
pig's head in metal in front and a metal
pig's tail behind. When one rings tho
tail the pig grunts out a succession of
luutlled bell strokes.
xnure are over 100,000 horses used
in hauling street cars in tho United
States. Chicago has 8.G25; Cincinnati,
1,175, anil St. Louis, 2,815. Five years
is more than tho average useful life of
a horse for street ear purposes. Tho
success of tho system for propelling
street ears by electricity has convinced
street ear men that tho horses must go,
more especially since it has been thor
oughly deinoiistrati . that cars can bo
run by electricity under tho system for
one-half tho cost of running by horses.
A Kingston man who heard about
tho accident which was occasioned by a
team running over a couple of cattle
said that cows wero very deceiving an
imals on a road for horsemen, because
thoy had such a "dumb way" of back
ing or walking in front of a vehicle.
In fact it is inipossiblo to tell just what
a cow will do. "Tho only thing to do
is when you seo a cow ahead of you in
tho road give tho animal a wido berth,
for if you drive close to her tho chances
are that sho will put herself in front of
tho wheel. When a wagon strikes a
cow it is liko running against a stone
wall and the wagon is apt to sutler for
it" Kingston Freeman.
It has frequently been argued, from
tho weight of their armor and tho char
actor of their weapons, that tho sol
diers of tho Roman legions wero strong
er men than are tho troops of modern
Europe. This question has lately been
investigated witli much caro and dili
gent research by Prof. Angolo Mosso,
of Turin, who is thoroughly familiar
with the Italian army. Ho declares
that "in point of staturo and bodily
power tho modern soldier is in no way
inferior to tho undent" Ho thinks,
howovor, that tho modorn 6oldior is of
ten rendered liablo to excossivo fatiguo
by being compelled to carry unneces
' Bary burdens. N. Y. Ledger.
TAFFY FOR THOUSANDS.
Uow Cmulj- Is Muiuiriioturpil In tlio I.ni-RO
l-'iicturluA of tlio Country.
C.mdy is a luxury, puro and simple,
and there is no bolter way of observ
ing how tho luxuries ot life must be
holding tlio'r own in the popular de
mand, side by side with, and soiuotiines
at tho expense of, tho necessities, than
to spend a few hours in a candy maiiu-
fnctory. Such an establishment, on a
largo scale, has its chemist, ita design
er, a number of skilled hands trained
by years of labor for certain special
branches, and scores of ifioro ordinary
workmen. Sugar is bought by tho ton.
starch and glueoso in largo quantities,
cocoanuts by tho carload, besides
cochineal, prepared fruits, otc.
Thu business may properly bo divid
ed into two general branches the
making of stick candy and of tlio vari
ous fancy kinds. Tho most interesting
branch by all odds is tho first men
tioned, and is as much of a revelation
when seen for tho first tinio as glass
blowing. Tho mixture, aftor boiling,
is thrown in a plastic stato on
large stouo slabs, where it runs out
fiat into thick shoots. Thco shoots
are repeatedly picked up, doubled
over and kneaded togethor until they
bi coino of tho right consistency, when
they are rolled into ojio immense
cylinder of a grayish color. A narrow
strip of tho same mixture, colored ro.l
with cochineal, is laid along on ono side
of the larger pieeo and adheres to it
Little strips of a shade mado whiter by
pulling aro also laid longthwixo, and
all around that cylinder equal distances
sip irt. This gives an ininiensu stick
of soft, gray candy, with ono big rod
stripe and several white ouos, all run
ning lengthwise on it. A man with a
pair of gloves on takes hold of this
and pulls it out the wholo length of
tho lo.ig table, at ono end of which
it lies, runs his closed hand along the
sugar rope thus mado with such dex
terity as to niako it perfectly round
and of tho exact size ho wishes, twists
tho ropo on co or twice to make tho
stripes run around it, and, presto,
there is a stick of candy long as a iisli
pole. All this is dono as quick as a
wink, tho long pliant ropos squirming
into placo liko snakos undor tho ma
gician's hand, until the wholo table is
covered with thorn. When thoy are
cool thoy aro cut into tho right longth
with a peculiar pair of shoars. There
is as much stick candy sold as all the
other kinds put together. Tho opera
tion just described requires a workman
who has had years of experience. Mak
ing tho various kinds of fancy candies
is a more complicated matter. There
is a designer whoso business it is to
continually invent novol devices, ar
tistic forms, and imitations of nature
frogs, bugs, mice, fruits, nuts, eta
Theso devices are reproduced in plaster
of par's, and several of a kind fastened
on a stick. Tho instrument thus
formed is repeatedly stamped into
tho leveled surface of boxes of pulver
ized corn-starch. Into theso holes in
tho corn-starch tho prepared syrup
is turned, and cools in the required
shape. Tho candy is then
placed in pans and syrup
turned ovor it, which, after
several hours, cools und covers it with
crystals. Thon, when exposed in tlio
gaslight, it sparklos. and appeals to
the eye as well as tho palate. All this
trouble has been taken to probo tho
young man's pockot-book, and tho re
flection should ail'ord him some satis
faction when spending his last dollar.
Great quantities of fruit, especially
tho quince, pear, apple and apricot
are consumed in the manufacture of
candy, giving their llavor to tho fin
ished confection. Tlio manufacture of
motto candies ought to interest senti
mental people. The material of theso
tender little billet-doux is made plastie
bv means of gum tragaeanth, kneaded
like dough and ro.led out, as if for
cookies, witli a long rolling-pin. Tho
mottoes are then stamped on by moans
of a copper stamp dipped in cochinoal
dye, and tho lozonges cut out with a
cutter, square, round or heart-shaped.
Sugar is confessedly svcot But a
sugar lozenge, witli ono of theso mot
toes on it, is "sweeter than any thing
on earth." Many a school-boy, in tho
Hush and fury of his first j'oung lovo,
has laid his heart on ono of theso
lozenges, as on a platter, and sonfc it :
to some rosy lass. What could bo
more effective as a feeler than this:
"Your eyes aro bright as diamonds?"
It contains the whole science of court
ship llattery. And if that woro
favorably received what could bo moro
to the point than this: "Dearest,
will you be mino?" though tho sender
woro but twolvo yoars old and pos- 1
sessed nothing on earth but six mar
bles, two tops and a dog?
Theso littlo missives aro not all
sweet though thoy onibraco tlio wholo
languago of coquetry, and some of thu
mottoes make tho sugar on which
they are written actually tasto sour.
Would any thing sottlo a courtship
quicker than this: "I'm not friendly
in poverty or misery?" On tho wholo,
there are tons and tons of candy eaten
ovory year, and tons and tons will
continue to bo eaten, desplto all tho
croaking about ruined teeth and di
gestion. Chicago Herald. i
There is now living within a milo
of this town, in tho pino woods, says
the Kontvillo (N. S.) Sentinel, an aged
colored man by the uanio of Ellslm
Laurence, wiio was on board tho Clios
apoako at tho tlmo of Iter encounter
with tho Shannon, during tho Amor
can war of 1'812. This individual was
yet but an infant, whoso parents woro
cooks on board tho ship, and, of courso,
roinombors nothing of tho light lie,
nevertheless, seems to think that ho is
entitled to souio honor on account of
ids prcs'juco ou that mo mo ruble ocua-siou.
J. H. Foster, a cowboy, was instantly
killed wiino nitcinptiriK to capture a run
away near Chejenne.
THE WESTERN SETTLER'S CHOSEN
With eTory ndranco of emigration Into tho
far West a now demand Is created for Hostel
tcr'a Stomach Hitters. Xcwly poouleU regions
aro frequently less salubrious than older set'
tied localltteu, on account of tho miasma which
rises from recently cleared land, particularly
along the banks of rivers that nro subject to
f re hits. Tlio agricultural or milling emigrant
soon learns, when ho docs not already know,
t lint thrt Illttnt-a n fTnr.1 t lin nnl V sum rntiit lm
against miliaria, ami tha-o disorders of Uio
stomach, liver and bowels, to which climate
changes, cxnosur. and unaccustomed or un
healthy water or diet subject htm. Uonso-
queniiy, no places an esumato uhmi uus great
household specific and provenUvo couum-nsu-rato
1th Ita Intrinsic merits, and is careful to
keen ou hand a rostoratlvo nud promoter of
health so Implicitly to bo rolled upon in time of
Texasliasquvlrupled its population since
1S70, and doubled its va nation since 1S3
WHAT A CHANGE 1
A few short weeks aco that young lady
was tho, personification of health, vigor
nnu tientity. 1 lie uiun upon ner ciieous
rivalled that of the rose : her step was
light nd buoyant, her every movement
was a revelation of perfect pnyslcai lieallli.
Yet now she is pallid ami haggard, and
her HULcrabundint vitality ha given pUco
toastra ge dullntustuul InHsitude. What
lias cnused this change f Functional irreg
ularities, which nn be cured by Dr.
I'ierco's "Favorite Prescription,' a rem dv
to which thojsiuuls of women to-day owe
their lives. All druggistB.
Gen. H. J. lluut is in tho servico at
A pefect specific Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Two imbecile girls wore burred to death
at Spencer, O., and .murder is suspectd.
IF YOU WANT
A nlco holiday present don't fa'l to call on
Feldenheimcr, the leading and reliable
jeweler of Port Und.
Wakoloi's Squirr. 1 and Gonhor Extermi
nator Try it, aud provo tlio best is the
cheapest. Wakoleo & Co., San Francisco.
IF SUFFERERS FROM CONSUMPTION,
Scrofula, Bronchitis, and General Doblllty, will
try nrott'M KuiulNlou or Uou Liver Ull Willi
Hruonhosuhltes. iIiut will llnd immediate re
lief ami puriunato benclit. Tho i'mllcnl Pro
feson universally declaro it a remedy ot tho
ireaiesl vaiuo una vory paiatnnio. ui.-tui: "i
lave uaed Scott's Kmulslon in Bovorul cusos of
Scrofula and Uobllltr iu children. It canity
most gratifying. 31 r little patients tako It with
pleasure." Sv. A. Huuikm', 11. D.. Salisbury,
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED.
To tho Editor:
IMeaso inform your readors that I have a pos
Itivo remedy for Uio above named disease. Hy
Ita timely use- thousands of hopeless-cases liavo
been permanently cured. I shall bo glad to
send two bottles of mj roniedy kiosk to any of
your reador who have consumption If thoy will
sena m moir itxpross nnu i u. uuuiuss.
. SLOOUM. M. C 181 l'oarl St., Now York
" Hi-oitii'i lli-oiiulliial 1'roolief"
have a direct Influence on the inflamed
parts, giving rl!e in Cough. Colds, and
i.bn various Throat troubles to which
Singers and Public Speakers aro liable.
Sold 7iy in boxes.
Thy Gukmka. for breakfast
Camelllne Improfea and presents the completion.
Skiri & Scalp
NOTHING IS KNOWN TO SOIKNOE AT
all oouiDarablo to tlio CoTicoitA Ukmkihks
in their marvollous properties of cleansing,
purifying and beautifying tho skin and In
curing torturing, dlsllgurlng, Itching, scaly and
pimply dlsoaes ot uio BKin, scaip anu uioou,
with loss of lutlr.
Cutiouha. tho irroat Skin Cure, and Cun-
cuitA SoAr, an exquIslU) Skin lleautiiler, iidu
pared from it oxtornally, and OimouitA ltK
soi.vknt. tho now ISlood I'urltler, internally,
are a posltlvo cure for overy form of skin and
blood disease, from pimples to scrofula. Cuti
ouRAUlauttDlKHare absolutely pure and thoouly
infallible skin beautlllers and blood purifiers.
Sold overy where. Price: UuriomtA. S0o.; -Hk-rolvext,
(1; Soai', 25o. Prepared by Uio Por-
TKK DliUO AND ClIKMICAI. C() IiOBTON, MABa.
tarFcinft for How to Cure Hk.In Diseases.
Jlcotl as dove's down, and as white, by
uting LamouiiA aikdioatkd ooai.
Miami university, uxioru, O., was
never in a safer and better condition.
I'he rents of land, tho interest of the
accumulated fund, tuition and room
rents bring an annual income of $ 11,000,
and the State of Ohio appropriated $4,-
150 as a eontingont fund, a total reve
nue of f 18,150 for tho currentyear..
A model for a machine-gun car
riage, tho invention of Colonel Bufling
ton, has just been completed at tho
United States Armory at Springfield,
Mass. It is ingeniously constructed,
promising to rovolutionizo this feature
of modern warfare. Tlio carriage fur
nishes a complete protection to tho
gunners, and will render tlio mou who
aro working it as safe as thoy would bo
insido an ironclad. A'. Y. l'osl.
Mr. Harbor, of Lyonsdalo, N. Y.,
throw his black Newfoundland dog
into tho stream thoro when jtwas quito
high, and tho animal was carried ovor
tho dam. Instead of going down
stroam, an oddy carried him to tho dry
rocks undor tho dam, from which ho
was unable to mako his cscapo until
tho water receded. IIo remained thoro
twentj'-ono days without food, and
when ho camo out his hair had nearly
ull turned white.
Tlio Reno Journal says: MWhon
Mr. Gibson took charge of tho Pyramid
agency ho concluded to givo names to
all tho Indian children, and has named
them after his friends or public men.
Tlio littlo folk aro proud of their Amer
ican names and liko to hear tho history
of the great men they aro named after.
Among tho boys there is Mark Twain,
Prof. Voting, Bill Gibson, Andy Jack
son, Pete Dunne, John Logan, James
G. Fair, J. P. Jonos, John Gillis, Jim
Blaine, Dr. Dawson, Gedrgo Cassidy,
Jeff Davis and many others. Tho girls
havo an Emma Nevada, Adelina Pattl,
Chun Morris, Kiln Bonder, Laura IIol
inan, Maud Doane, Lilly Snyder and
The bodies of twenty-two vlctoms of tho
Vo, non disaster have been recovered.
"FIRE-PROOF PAPER MAY BE MADE,"
Says a scientific exchange, "from a pulp,
consisting of one part vegetable tlbre, two
parts asbestos, one-tenth part borax, and
rtfii. tl(l, ..A. nil, ,,i " T la a .ltv tl. , ut.,.1.
unu mill ifittv niiiiii, .if iq , )'ivj iiii.i fiui 11 i
facts as the one following cannot bo writ-1
ten, printed or otherwise nresorved, upon i
some sort of Indestructinlo.pnper, "My
wife sutTered kovon years and was bed-1
ridden, too," said V. K. lluestls, of Em- i
poria, Kanvas, 'a number of physi'dans 1
failed, to help her. Dr. Pierco's 'Golden I
Medical Discovery' cured her." All drug- j
gists sell thU remedy, liverybody ougtit ;
to seep il, it oniy neeus a iriai.
Gen. Alfred Ileasonton lives in Phila
delphia. Ao 0;m'mi In Piso's Cure for Consump
tion. CuroH whore other romodles fall. iJ."c
UThls powder novor varies. A marrol of purity,
rongtli and wholosomonoss. Moro ocouomlcal thaa
fcho ordinary kinds, and cannot bo Bold In compctl-
aion witu tlio niuititucio ot low io-t, snore wcignw
Slum, or dio9nhato )owdut.s. Ro'd only In cans.
Uirii, D AKLNd l'OWDEIl Co., 100 Wult Struct, N. Y.
ODIIIkJ Habit Cured .ii.rnioijwur..o7p.7.
UllUlfl l'nL J. . 1IIUTON, Mtk VtirJ, ClxUutl, O.
OLD SORES AND ULCERS Kme
unJIni oureil bv Al l.l.N's KM MIINK M 1 1. K. lt!ier
falls, llr Mall.CSo. Mada by J. I. Allan. St, l'nul, Allnu.
The Van Monciscar
Young, mlddle-affftd anc
old. single or married mer
and all who suiter with
Nervous Debility, Sponna
torrhoa, Homlual Iiosies
Haxual l)cay, 1'altliiK M cm
oiy, Weak Kyoa, Lack ol
Kuergr, also lilood nnd
Hkln Dlaeaao. tiypuMls
Kruptiona, Hair VallUic
Hone Pains, H wulllnici
Horo Throat, Ulcers, El
foots of Mertniry, Kidneyi
and lUaddex Troubles
Weak Itaok. llorahui Urine. Gonorrhea. Oleot Btrlol
ure prompt wllel and oure for Ufa,
lloth Hexes CuumuU Confliluntlnlli'
QTPIIMWAY ItHABTICH Jt BACH.
Ol LlllllM I , Gablor. Koonish Wanos: Uur
dot Organs, band lnstrunioats. lJirgeHt stock
of Shoot Muslo and Uooku. Ihuula suppllod at
Kastern prioos. M. UKAY CO.
an I'oni ntmni, tvm r rnnc.iHno.
Tho Oregon National Bank,
ISucceaaors to Metropolitan Hatlngs Dank.)
OAPITAI, PAID IN. - 3100,000.
Transacts a (leneral llankirg lluslnts.
AOOOUNTtS' kept aubjett to check.
HVAAM KXGUANC1K on San Francisco and New York.
MAKES OOI.I.UOTKINH ou favorable terms.
VAN U. DuLAHHAlUTT, QUO. II. MAHICLK, Jli.,
D. V. HIIKHMAN. Oaaliler.
In successful operation since 1B66, patroritred Irom
ii ..r .u K',.,.1....... ..,....1 1,
Hll aCtllUIIV Ul .lie nuuunw., w.iuw.vw "
business men and leading educators.
THK MOST I'EKFKCThY EQUIPPED SCHOOL
of its class on the Coast, It offers pnvata or class
Instruction, day and evening throughout the year, in
Arithmetic, Writing, Correspondence, Book-keeping
Hanking, Shorthand.Type-wrlting, Duslness and Legal
Ferms and all Common School Itranches. Stuuents
of all aces and both sexes admitted . any time.
Catalogue free. Armstrong andVesco, Proprietors.
A superior remedy for C'oiikIih, i'oldn.
Inrlplcut OoiiHtuiiptloii, and ull
Tin-out nnd JilliiK Troulilca
Sold by all Druggists for SO Cents.
Cata r H
C 1 ii ii m e h th
IIcuIh tlio MOI'VH.
Hl'IIMt'H of Tiusti'
Try tho Cure haY-FEVER
II at I
A partlole is applied Into moil luiatrll and Is agreoable.
l'rloe SO oeuts at ilrugnUta; ly mall, rrvlatered, CO ceuu.
V.liX lllllll llliiui, w ureenwica mrrei, few 101
Z7 a jo yf7
TO JAN 1,
Tenty ngc eacb, with Colored Coven and Full-aro l-'rontUjilcto I'lctiircn. They will bo unusually nttractlvo thU jcari
Address PERRY MASON & CO. ,30 Tomplo Placo, Boston, Mass.
Or woman that docs not appreciate a good nrtlclo ot
food for dally uo when It can be obtained at n fair
price. Just now o ar ollerlnc; hrljht Dry
Peaches, new, at 10c; fancy quality, 12'ic; jeoled,
IGtoCOc; Apricots, 10 and 12c; and fancy evaoratet,
10c; Nectarines, 7 to 10c; Prune, best German, Sc;
belt 1'reneh, 10 to 12o; good Cooling ltaUlm, 6c,nn,l
on up to 12Vc for flue, table; l'earn, bright, Co; rery
choice, Sc; orniKiratod, 10c. Currents, rigs, Datei,
Citron, Cherries, Ilaipbcrrlct, Blackberries, etery.
thing In the Drlod Krult line, and genorally at Car
load lUtoa, ru we rcculvo ten times inu-h on con
slifumcnt aa we ran soil at Usual retail prices. W
hare dark or Interior Poara, Peachou, Apricots and
Nectarines as low as 3 and 5c, but not guaranteed
It is always best to buy a ftno article, Iu Dried Fruit,
Wo cannot warrant abote pilces to continue forever,
Ilcttar order at onco for all winter. Ask for full list,
SMITH'S CASH 8TD1IK, US and 117 Cla,
Street, San Kraucisco, CoL
SELBY SMELTING AND LEAD CO.,
8a u Francisco,
BUELL LAMBERSON, Con'l Agent.
7 NtiirU Nt.. l'oi tluuii: Or.
PPtl 1 MM RIIRINFSS
'U Post St., S. F., Cal
Shorthand, Typo-wrltlng. I'enuiaushlp, Uook-kecplng
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