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OfS.ce in Union Block. TEKHIS . C>n« Dotlar n yw: V) cent s for si x month- : -z* ror throe iii'inthH, but .tnctl ^ pm5»bla la tui- S. I__ DEYO, Proprietor. W. I__ CLARKE, Assistant. •AJT nTDEPEHDENT HOME JOtTRNAi. \VOL. IV. NAPLES, N- Y., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883 ADVERTISING RATES. C )no Inch 2 w o mch m 3*nre« larh o Fou r Inches. «>no tac h trtn-«-,- I,M i. l>nc I neb 1S»o Incbrs . ^TTJr«_-«- inches Cr*oar 1 nc tica . <>no Inch \Two inrhnii l ^r> T it.*. it«*« IFoar Iticlii n •Tbrr-r Inrhc i (Tour IULIKM S OO | Oiinrtrr col' Tft. 'I bird colo r 1 OO Half aolom 1 25 | WhtfTj colu VOX* TWO Wlcjhu* * 7 5 I O.inrUT coli 1 OO | 'J^ilr*! colan yo n Timis s SI OO i QanrtOT ca t 1 twt 'rhlrd COIQE « OO 1 IJaJr col a m S AO I Whol e coin » OO TOR TWO 3« OO Qnartc i cota Third col a m , Hair column * SO I Whol e colux MO>mx». cola F»- B_ CRAIN, Pur e Drixg-s. Chemicals, PAINTS, OILS , PATENT MEDICINES PEPFUMERY, DTE STUFFS, I3ru»hos, All I-vllx-».d»., ClQAJIS AND TO 11 A < \COS NOTIONS, ETC, KTC. GOOD S'JTOCIK: A T THE LOWBS T POSSIBL E PRICES . > titi«i • *r(.lr ' iiaj r I Wh o K rin ' •! »- .ii-i cli «i > -Ttlli r FO B SI X MONTHS *-* OO [ OaArtor col _ o Oo Thir d col a m T ew> I Hair ootnmn O oo | Wholo COlUD FOR ONK r o OO £j _ _ H (M> [ 'J b t rd columi i«i IMI . Half colum n - 16 IMI ( Whol o colnn n v ry low. an d ar r nic work anil apnea S Cfnt» IHT lino, a: oi-nts. 1 r uro od r -*•<\ iV»Y >nihJy* H* ST &0 • o» is o « 18 Ofl *1 * OO I S OO . . «** CXJ &5 CHI n .. CO oc fairly pro Tbc y wit ETRAM MAXFTELD , i i ^-v rv i* I:I t, Trnn-<i ]!ANKIN (i MICE FBI! sT STOCK. IB,. <J££.A.f3E fe CO., Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees, VtNES, F\ LOW ERS, Etc., O f ifcll ktutla , t\ttil i^uarunl j iSoi r ^luclt t o l>« o f n bette r ctniw, ni l tt»rV*n ;Ii, tha n nsunll j Bold t»y oUto r &rmn . Tlioy \ mnk o n. Ri>ociQltj thi» t^eiw n o f I*\»i.y * « no w prylifi o ro*l curr ; \ oxrtuir e pruuw , KoitTo r etc. Tho/vroplncc . li \v« -with i >ro~—' — ' '•\'•-.•or thM^adS , -•o.-^-xjagjc**^^ • ponr ant , nmt-.do«* ^ no l .b^htxlf-j^rieii Tiie Strobridge Washer l a to e 1 X>Mt mMhtn o in tli« TO arkr-t, an d l a «vn I mprororiicn t o n tlio **Btt>f B«B Wnahor \ an-1 Itne tfrvo ci-lobrfttod ROCKING RUBBER BOARD. O[>rr»to» fs ^T < 1 r» n no t w <-ar tlia clotLm . I .• cb< » p «. or I <ltir.-it.lc r>i»'l in ivarrMito<l in nil MM par'B. flxi .-*t »«>•.! Wvtliflr\ Hliippul t o »nv p.\»t or t»io I .ittn I .-ttafc-v* f.»r tl' l i:..|>Mr it» K .t..no <n. !( itn 1 V. »v Wft-I.oiii pu t int o O H Carriages & Wagons NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY. Thi-OTucb. Lino betwtMn FTillxlfflphlm, B^ltlmOT^ WAAhlnston an d th a So a tlx. BocbMter , Buffalo ta d ife-alla. THE 3 1£0 p i lnjr ca n in d pM»enear cose arrtYCT mt. PlsxlVdelpblk SS6 » S « 0 p m—KXLUea a fo r JtocJxc«cer , BnfT«lo .t f >r a.) I I CARRIAGE & BUG SPOKES Vt U»o Wnl.l r»i-f„ry o n Vm*» xt r ot 1\ 1 too Iski'ti in x '.liiit);<' Ail \ * i k wa r ivt. <~. 1 Kiw-torv o n VIN K M'HKl.T , NAI I 1 N' S ''i 1« r Vim'* »• io r tO*.' j>*»r yiiilai) GEO- W. STROBBIDGE r n v\ K N')\v O N n \ \ n Tintni.: SLONH I I \ S 15 Steam Threshers, f .i .niHl. i»«\v -if-* -v . tl.o irl Mt n» '.ICO I f (lfilH o-1, 1 111 t-.i > u.tr t 111 ti *T 11J be 1 1 v on I f\m now |ir(*|»irfd t » Tumirth Portable J . Stitiontiry EN GINES ! Nt>w ffcn-1 i-oeoii 1 lirvnd »• I- o I'ortaOlo nn d SAW :BSXLX,S and. SAWS i.plot o for S20 0 &Qtl tip.rt.rtla. Possess itN.^tlio milnrtfwotr . M SODTB BRISTOIJ, N. Y. Aro af ttte \Sid Place with a < J < X > I > t-i r I >4_J IV DRY GOODS, CR0O5CERY, FANCY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES, WE A RESELLERS nn<l NOT HOLDERS. Our Stock is Complete Prices are at !'•? Bctlom. \% tii, f All Kinds of 3?rod.xxce - » l til i.lru c n I C^A-JHY BROS. UMIYEHSITT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. Naples Academy. PROF. P. I. BUGBEE, Principal. Good M*+*CZ*ZtTX£7**? I AL > I I K M Hl-KHN B Monday, SeptemlDer 3, 1883. Ottl If(f© Prei' n mtor y C\^onr-^e entitlin g t o Qiltiiitinior willion t furthe r nxniiunntio n (>miliwit(.« rur n v e c e rla fi c-rt t OH fro m th n KLnto T'mvfrnit y i>-e-cnxvl cla w ivnd fro e tuitio n fo r teachers . AO^DKMIC) DKTAimfKIfT. Oinimoi i KiacrliHh . (6 OO Hichc t EnsUst h 7 OO L.ii'CnaBef l H OO Fo r furtli© r pnrticmlnr i n<icl rf^s tlie- Fri n Oipal o r I>. r>. LUTHER, ^-&e*o*y Board ; o f Kdo^abo u HARNESSES ! For ttio zxocxt thro w month a I • SELL HARNESSES CHEAPER TTxaaa «-ny other nh<>*» cho p o r hnrooA a sho p in two cottDtiCB. Yo n ma > peloc t from <a. LARGER & BETTER STOCK Than You Can Find Els«wh«r«, I emctloy no onobs, bu t men of experience f> do do my work ( axitl will not be andoraold by any t »Iioi>, qoAlity cf work tvn<J stock COD- LooK Ovor the Goods. , WILLIAM HUHLBURT, SPOKES! SPOKES! All Kinds and Sizes. MADE OF BEST HICKORY and OAK B nt Wheel Riun of all Kinds. L-umber Wagons if tlio licrtt ntjtUoa «>ii hitml &xitl imiclo t<. urd i t BRING ON YOU fl ORDERS, A titl w o will fjivo tlio li«*«t <>f nntis f notion . FACTORY IN THE KNAPP FACTORY, UPPER MAIN ST NAPLES, IM- Y i u K3cpreB4 frmi-n. Fnlla. „ . m — I_>»\y Ozprw s for WniUmaport , Sanborj , IlarrUbnrg, Yorlc, Btltlmore . Wilhlnpto r ]jmcm*tcr, FhlLadelphlA Kad HB W York , v- rt'rxjaje a t fbxItMletphx& T SO p m; Ne w Yor k lO SO p mi Iteltlmore, T SO p m ; Wtwhlng- toix, S <*T p m. P»rIor cvs ftre ra n o n tixla truln from Winiaxavport t o F*hHmrielplilA, Knd psMenj^ r coftdiea fro m glmlr * t o IIBJ— \\E^rtM for Kochestar , BTX1Z«1O an d Nl*- \pnii.^.«rw^ft Accommodation , connect - nt H«rrlabarK witli griirc — train for pbU, liAVins: throDgb p*l*c« •loep- cmachM kttaehDd; ad r-Jla- fr&ra O IB p m — Soatber o Bxre M fo r WUlI*m«port, Banbary , Hkrrl»bart[, York , Balumorc . W »»tilnKto-ri. LancMtcr , F*DXlao.elptitn. aa d New York , itrrlvlnf; >t PTillA<lclptilo. T BO n. m; Now York - 11 XO a m; BnlUmoro, 7 -4B a. m; WmmhlnKton, 9 17 a m. Palac e aleep- lxifr car s aro ra n on thl« t .raJxi from Klmirn toTFTiiladelpnla, Baltimore and WaehlnKton and ttxroa^ti pansoriRor conchen from IC1- ml m t o Baltimor e O 4fi p m—WaUclna Accommodntlon. lo SO p m — Accomnjodatlon for Wntklnfl. T&XDfB rOB EUIIIIA Nlacar a Ezpro u lrare s Phlladolpbln T -AO n m, rtaj Umora T SB a m. Arrlrlni; a t KJmira B * 0 p T-n p»rlor cara nro run on Ibis train frocri l-*bltaclalpbla t o Watlclns, aj-n.1 paeneiiKcr coacbe a fro m Baltlmor o t o tonandalgo n and Elmlra. F*«j»t Line leave* l-hlladolphla, 11 OO n. m; Wa*hloR- ton, 9 37 a m; BalUmorn, 11 OO a m, rvrrivliij^ at Klml n lO OO p rjtfl l*o»BCiif;<'r arc ran on tbia tr»ln from IMnlad;! Wllliamaport and Itoltlmore t o Watt Northern Biprea i leaven Vbilndelpbta nt 1 1 '^O i> n \\ uhlDgton, S BT p m; tlaltlxnore, 11 SO m_ Arrfvlnu a t Elmlra lit OO p m l\al»< nipping car s ar e run o n tbia train froi ------ \clpbla Waahlniriou and IJtUtlmoro t o Tire Hew York. Late Erie Railroad. RAILWAY, & Western scram Italia, Cincinnati an d £<ew x orx . x STetrprti c Coach f an d HoU l Dining Ca n betw e Cblcajjo an d Ne w York . elpbl vtkiD at-pek e a tall on. umidalgua i ugb tick:ota uftlce, B17 Klm?r and all Infoi ltailroad ov Delaware, Lackawanna & West­ ern R. R. Co. BDFFAL a BtTeet IMc STATIONS . ii L>I VISION . D^AT . Ma y 1-1, 1 |NO . 1.|NO ; Ar. I'.afTalo . Kast Ii ii fTiilo . . Lancuter . Alixande r Kant liethanr . Itocties'r <t PlttBb'K Ja n Yor k (J relfFHvllle. . ..... Leicester Mt Morris Q roveland ...... Daxtavilla 1'orklDBVlDa, ... Bloods .. . . Cohocton . . . .... Wallac e Afoc a Kaoooa . ............ Caropoellm .... Ctn-tXs T'—..•••ni. ' . wmiwtmn,;. . Waverl T . Utcbflold Nichols IjOuosbcrTj, .... . . Apnlachln ... ..... V<*«tA] \\ Ulow Poin t . l.\ Hlngbamton WELD J. C. Morgan, NAPLES, IM. 11 OO lO 4 7 tlO 34 lO t« tlO O' tV B t» :*o t-o as I to 19 -» 07 TO Ol S BBl TS e TS 1 S 03 7 B-» *7 *4 7 tO| ri Be 7 »5 \ts x» 6 OO -O 03 •c &4 4 40| 4 BO \4 2-4 4 IS, Km 9 1 4 •O OS 8 n o S 4 O S 35 S 29 8 SO No B| A M\ 11 w lo «e 110 S-2 lO 1S| O 681 O 4 0 o si 9 2 S o ia| s so 8 S-i B 4A 8 UO| 8 1 ft] S <M 7 4S t 88 7 37 T »1 T 13 7 OB O «B •o 33 o 22 12 lO 11 BS 11 A& M o no S B8 S 13 -t S.t 4 OO 8 AnsTUAor o » *3\ncm T.a.n XJS ADOT\ rmrx> MCATT 31 , 1S83. •WAJ1 D STATIONS . aro. x- Vow 3. \ JTo . 17. aro. 37. I.T New Yor k Cornluir.. . . L T Bath. I.v Bloods. . . . L T Way land Livonia, ... Ar A •o n . . • OO a m T S3 p m S 13 • * 8 BS * • » 11 ** » Bl xo i a • * T© BO a m 7 BS • * 8 SO * * S B* ** 9 1 8 \ » 4 3 \ i SB p m a«a ** S S 3 • * B 48 * • 4 Bo \ « I S * * « OO a m » OO 41 11 OO \ 1 1 40 *• i a» * » SO — Ar Roclwt m • 1 1 OO j> m io» f • TO • * Ar L e So y ... Ar BaUria . ... Ar Attica- :..: ri:: lO ST ** 10 64 ** 11 17 \ « 04 ** o as ** 8 Bl \ Ar Qeneseo . . . Ar M t Morrla. Ar I>ans-Tille.. L.v BoffaJo Nlae. Italia. Ar Hna. Bridn i Ar Clifton 13 OB a in 13 BS ** 1 lO \ 1 lO \ lO 33. • * 10 4 3 \ 1 1 8 8 \ 11 40 *» MBSp m 19S8 ** 13 45 \ « S I * * S 81 ** 7 SO \ 8 10 M 9 IB ** O SO • * Ot 5 \ :::::::: KA8TWAR X> - STATIONS . 3TO. 8. 3To. XO. aro. xs. I-'r CHlfton . . L T Sns. Brids e Lv Nlag. F-alls. Lv Bnt£alo I _.-v Attica. . 1 BOp m 3 lO •* 3 I S * • 3 BO * • • 13 \ 7 B4 ** 7 BO ** s as \ » 3T • * 1 BOp m 3 IO ** 3 IS ** a so '* 4 or ** . Batarla . TT IJT LO I toy L.V Kocheotur.. ia BS * * SI T \ ••\is *- 8 Bl *• 9 I S * * » OO ** s 1 0 *• B S3 \ e 1 0 ** B OO a m L-w DniTfT-rlTfoT\ Mt. Morris. Lv Oeneseo . . . 1 BO M 3 SO * * B SO ** 7 40\ \ 8 IS ** 8S 4 \ .. Avon . . . . . I.v l.lronla. I.T Wa y land.. Bloods Lv Bath. ..... B OO «M 44 0 08 * ' O 23 \ TOO \ 9 43 u lO OS •* 10 48 -* 11 OS u 11 45 \ 7 37 p m S BO •* IO 04 \ 10 S 4 ** 1 1 BO \ 7 t -1 B 07 \ 8 OO ** O IB ** Ar CornlnR.. . . Ar New York \ T7 0 S \ TSSa m tiae s IO OO p m 1 OO a m 1 1 SS a in IO 13 \ ADDITIONA L TRAIN S LEAV B Fro m Avon for ltocheit«r , Bxpres a O 4H a p m Ac c O a m, 11 BO a m . 4 OO * p m. SDDdtys.t 48 a m. Fro m CoDoana at 9 OS, 9 4 9 a m: 4 17, O 33 p m , for Rocheste r and Way . gnndars , 9 OS a m. Fro m Avon , « OO, S OO, 9 SS a m , B SO p m. for Attlcn and Woy; S 30 and O BS a m. an d B OB p m, for Dausvllle and Way , I»rom Avon for Corning, O 4T, 8 OB a m; 8 OO, BOO, 7 B7, O 43 p m. Sundavs, 6 OO p m. Fro m Kocheito r for Conoxne, « OO a m, 1 10,4 IB, O 10 p m, and fo r Avon, a OO. 7 So, O OO a m; 1 IO, 4 IS, B IS, O IO p m. flandayii, 4 16 p m. Fro m Attlca-for Avon and Way , 8 HO, lo 3*Z-J*;4o. » , JNO . N A Ii, Ocnerml PassenK«r Agcnj a, 4 4S p m. MAII^ M AN D i4TJt Tho rtiinhvlllo Bf nc«- Icnri' o'cloct; via Ml Idlc^rx, rottir tion a t KIIH1I\I lo with tho C» Van Klpcr, ITop. The CannD dn Ij^ua vta^^e Soal b Bristol, etc , lot*vet* th s noniln s o f Monday*, mm ill iijy th a alternat e QRhtly ? <3«wlcI7 Trip JdrhUy. Tri p Hffbtlir ovo r troubl e Tri p Hgritty ovox- wrong;; W e onl y rooJco BL {rjie f doabl e 15y dwellin g o n it. long , whj CIASJO WOO'S ban d s o Wh y aiicif; o'e r blosnom s Wh y cling; t o form s ansigbtl y Wh y co t soc k jo y Instea d T| Tri p 1 it;n11y o-v*r sorr o Thong h al l th e woy o b e dnj-V, Th o sn o ssiny shin e to-mon o An d Raily Ring th o lar k Fai r hope s bav o no t dopartoc^ Thoug h roee a xxtAy The n ne~ver b e down-boartoj j But loo k for Jo y innt^a^l. Trij> lif^htJy ove r sadness . Sto p no t t o rail a t Joom . \We've pcnrl s t o atrin g o f gladjia On this hide o t th e Whilst; star s ar e nightl y nhinl An d th e heave n is overfacSpd, £InoonmK e no t ropLning Bu t loo k Tor jo y instead . DELILAH. s between ays ell* f=M r Thomas Winston was and his present family consi daughters somewhere and thirty and a son, several guests hesides m; ton hall Capt. Seymour, < fioer of young Winton's, poctod desire of forming ternal con n ecti on w i th h i O'Jtirian, a sort of social Or.' others. Of the fairer visit only mention one, Ada Dar t, man of sound mind could other girl when she was in Well, ('apt. Seymour, could then lie was infatuated sound in i ml su ffering T *fLis3 Wint<jti on th© brain surprised ni n very much heautifiil Ada sail into th| room before dinner on tliQ niy arrival.^. X had met ner partyand thrco l>alla^.J ed,her with grateful huraflilj-y%u out the whole of a picnl imago rose bwforo me rathfjr d riot remain long t tho room \s as full of straij many of whom X had. now quaintance for the first timj ladies of the house being \4 33 - 4 10 4 OB •s sa| \B 41 -S SO] 3 o a o oo 7 OO O 40 9 38 9 SO 9 IS o oa >8 BO 8 40 a 10 1 69 1 48 1 BO t Onllck atae e le Tbnredajw an d at 11, an d Icavtinv. th — rlvlne a t Gollek a t B; SandTord 1 was eventually pairjed off with spoiled mo. a companion, axicl dinne r by a perpetnal dread of K^joalciQg witl i levity or ttiiiigs^rjlie^rovereii' :©<1. •fir-,:.\ TERMS $ 1 per Year in Advance. NO. 34. ~TCi.e- Job^Jx^^^^^m ^i-t, T« 1 Tr>acrmTl-y nuppliedl .wj.th.jvn. tho xieoeeszirs nisieriBbfo r «ru»ccrt±zxBr in, tixe best ; xixBuxixtxi - c . . e>»oxj- dagqi TgSin-n , of ' V ^^i BOOK A»D JOB PBIHTINC-. ^ Poxtarz, Handbills, Prr ..anmas, Lw r Casa s Points, Blanks. Clronlmrs, I_,tl,r Hamdx^ Bill Haads, Stmtamante, Bs«In«s«, In­ vitation and Visiting Cartla, Etc- ODH TTFE. BORDERS, 01 or« o f tli e lsvteart> szxd beart • confident we cam. x>loase our pstaoziB in gwrd to both duality and pxice- widower, [3 tod of two eighteen \ifhore were at Win- brother of- ith a sus- nother fra- ; \Paddy\ chton, and |ors, I need for what notice any the room ? do so, but not of younger fact. Tt to soo th 6 e drawing- evening of - at a din- ^attend- r on gh- :, and her more than jtnd f roln far* ir- XJvad. •y her side; igers, with form ac- e, even the nknown to fired from the hip. which was fatal to a woodcock, forced mo to own that there was a deep truth in the ingen­ ious assertion so constantly repeated in newspaper articles, that private combat is a \cowardly practice.\ The fine old hall of Winton park was to be our. theater, and it was my ^ particular proving^ to talco the best advantage of the many natural facili­ ties of the place; to arrange about the sceneryt o fi nd out what were the proper dresses for tho plays wo were to perform, etc , and Ada I5art» being the only person whose counsel was-o* real service in case of a difficulty. T was perpetually obliged to appeal to her. Dangerously intoxicating were those conferences, which. I confess, I prolonged needlesaly; indeed, I used sometimes to get up a yexatloua^ofipo-^ sitfon to her wishes ^^^orcLer to give our discussion a matrimonial flavor. Heigh-ho! The plays selected were \Tho 75elle of Penzance,\ followed by the farce of \JEyes and Nose,\ and the distribu­ tion of parts was a work for Job and Solomon, most of the company at first declaring their utter inability to talce the simplest characters, and coming round gradually to demanding the principal roles. A t our first general meeting It really seemed doubtful whether it would be possible to cast the mildest and lightest of pieces, but at the end of a fortnight if \Othello\ could have been rewritten with three Moors, four Desdemonas and two Iagos, our little company \had stomach, for them all_** .— r I was cast for Fortcscuo, w 11 lcriW^zxs too prominent a part for my trtste^ for beside that, on principle, I very much prefer that other people should amuse me to reversing that proceeding; I hated having so much to learn by heart. Xn^aar**7ittle time matters began to run -smoothly and wo had our first ro- hearsalT^T3y recalling to mind the dif­ ferent- actors I had seen in vsny part, and endeavoring to imitate them, I succeeded better than 'X had anticpa- ted, and gained, considerable applause. \But said O^Brjari, \yon must shave, you know. Tho idea of Fortes cue with those whiskers is too absurd-\ _y JCSTOW . my whiskers were blacky pen­ dant, silky^ and. had: cost me an ij ^Btrlty of, trouble.-. ^ i t ^hsidv t^Tt enJT g ^e-yj ^Mp- bfc and such things make all the difference. yoTx know. To bo kissed, even in make-believe, by a -m-^rt one has seen for the first time a week before, makes one feel nervous. But there I\ (A t this point I went down on one knee.) \Get up; there's some rm r^^rnrni^ sj^T\ It wets' Mlf^ \Winton -arJTd \Captain Seymour, who came just in time to prevent a formal offer. I went off to my bedroom, locked tho door, opened my dressing-case, took out scissors and razor, and. finished the dreadful task. On my way down _mot Sir* TOPICS OF THE DAY. The camphor tree has recently been Introduced into California and promis­ es well. I t grows well all along the ^oast, and one tree at Scram en to has already attained a hight of thirty feet. It is easily propagated from seed or cuttings. Besides producing the well- known drug, the tree is valuable for lumber. ^.TJ ^pTnas, woostopped, slared, and asked my name. He did not recognize me. Young W in ton, who was always late^ was breakfasting when I entered the morning-room. He dropped, a enp hot coffee over his knees, and choked. Leaving him in his misery,\ encountered a young lady visitor, who crammed her pocket-handkerchief in her mouth and fled. Bu t it would be tedious to recount the effect X pro— d uced upon each individual member of the household- All, even the faith­ less Ada, laughed at my appearance, except O'Brian, who looked, upon my transformation from a purely dra­ matic point of view. Others were di­ vided as to whether I most xesembled a plucked fowl or a recently shorn sheep, but the veritable amateur said: \ Sure, he will make an elegant Fo r tescue,\ stuck to that view of the question. Tho company soon got used #€b the alteration, and tho dra­ matic business now went as smoothly as a hand passed over my cheeks. I had the intoxicating privilege, the tan­ talizing element in -which was tem­ pered by hope, of making second-hand love to Ada in daily rehearsals, till at last the day of positive performance arrived. all knew our parts, but whether w\e acted them well or not it is difficult to judge; our audience was \bound in common politeness to be pleased, and the flattering applause and profuse congratulations we received cannot be counted for much. At any rate, every­ body aeeme<J, delighted, and. the wholo affair was voted a success. On the morning following the per­ formance, X awoke early with a firm detcrrrimatiOEt to turn ixxirnic court­ ship into earneBt^ ^and force a plain yes or no* from hexrjthati very. :<iay_ T o t^ile ,JirtJ>ed£i^th i ^n ir A late British Jtlue-Book shows that 5£>y.495J persous were employe*! in all the mines of the IL'nited King­ dom during the year 1882. Tho total number of fatal accidents was 959. re­ sulting in the death of 1218 persons, an increase of 1C6 as compared with the year 1881. Modern methods, more­ over, have not mado mining safer in Great Britain, for in 1882 th ero was one fatal accident for every 582 persons employed, whereas the aver­ age for the past nine years was one' fatal accident for every ->96 r persons employed. South America is the land of cheap beef, after all. In that country cattle have-ittcre&feed so rapidly the last few years -that fat bullocks have declined fron^$10p«r head to a few cents over f(er head. It is estimated, that in two years from now the number of cattle in tho Argentine Confederation will number 28,000 (XX), against 13,- 000,000 in 1877, 5,01)0,000 of which are in the state of Buenos Ay res. The Confederation also claims 60.000,000 sheep, 10,000 goats. 4,000.000 horses, and 18.000 ostriches. The population is only about two to the square mile. T'artially paralyzed, apparently, is the old man who hobbles into I*hila delphia jewelry store on crutch es- XTe asks to see diamonds; but his hands hang powerless, and therefore he -can­ not touch the jewels. He can only gaze into the tray, and that at close range, for he is almost blind- Then a remarkably handsome girl enters, asks a question about something in the window, and the instant that th e clerk turns his eyes from.- the dia- monds the old man traiisfexs one of them, to b •*» mouth by thrusting- out ' his tongue- He' a^ChlefyXrx'^UBfrnlse^ suppose that he would grow, and he was marked as a likely candidate for the next year. Lost year, accordingly, tie was measured again, but instead of ncreasing in statue. tho commis­ sioners were amazed to find that ho had grown perceptibly shorter. They decided to give him one more chance, and he has just been examined' again, only to be finally rejected, since it ap­ peared that his head is steadily sinking to ward h is boots. During the two yeii M his hight has decreased one- twentieth of an inch. An adventurous walk across tho en­ tire continent of Australia has recently been completed by George Ernest Morrison. Tho whole distance traV «TS(H 1 from the Gulf of Carpentaria toy Mclbourne, exceeded 2000 miles, and was covered in 120 days. I*assing: '• through uninhabited. wastes, wheri-- -i ^yr^f sometimes intervals of 100 miles' in-^^'^r* tervened between human habitations^^.i. v ^>^_^ lie had to carry a swag, with p .rpvi8 >^^''?f5^ ions and apparatus for cooldiig, and '7^£^ this, of course, materially impeded, bis S^^^ rate of travelling. il e had. to carry a supply of water in some parts of his^-~ route, where water could only be found. ^fe^B at very long intervals. Part of - the way led through a district _Jnhabited^ J^r^~:^ by hostile blacks, who. in^ievenge fort if -'^i- r*\^^ being so mercilessly hun^j^-down by;~Vi the remote settlors, show little mercy '^-^\^ to any whit©\* m «7t who comes their way He walke<r» v \every incli of the distance alone and; uiiarmed, cooking ^ for himself such provis|;oxis^Bsrhe could secure by tbe way^Qatg^^n^T ' sleep­ ing in the opon air.'iniiffled up in tho blanket ho carried in h£s- swag. JS\ot— withstanding the hardships he dured he finished his toilsome. ma^xrZbv^'^^S in robust health. 1 A T , old Ty.\\ nlnety-tlixee _ ^ _ . ^ age, a native ot Spain. xecexrO^\ '* >^r%^?^S tumed'trom ttte Untlftd Sta*osT\-wfae^&gj|!g| s he has been, livingf manyyears, *p, Iifkj-Jjj^dsgj native land. There is- nothifirg\ Te^iffli-^ markable -about this, but the ^prodiaf ^g^^ loua family -which accompanies. -h|xn |g£gj £|l^ hock: ~wa3 certainly rprmarlgable.^ft ^^^^^^j| .consisted o £.si3cteen daugh.ters,.twgi^^ ^ three sons, thirty-foox granddafifeli^cs^^i^^ f 6rty -aeven|grandsons, «oi^-a^»^^atqg'*' :0 ~' , grandaangliters, €hnrty^dSaeJ ^^^Mi^^ '.«prano ^ife ,^...ttixee.^OTea^8^*t^^yfe v daughtersC^»ndL^ .y-s, nrrivfnr a t ^tap] « .me day s a t 13 so p ax Lord , TTOJJ- EXPItESS AN D FREIGHT UNES. A. dally Rxpres s »n<l ft-oVy:ht between Najilc- an d DJooda U-*res tirnnbjr Hrx>s* Storo a t S am , rat Drain a r»f*«rr tbe noon tralua Audrow Fries , 1'rop. dally Kxprc ^-B bclwcii i Nnploa and Hleoda cs Qranby HIOB* Store rat S rv rxi, rcitiimlnfi after noon trains ; CI. O. Lyon , Prop. t-. PATION S Kii JTiiIo. Lvo bZ&*t, liulTato . . . 1 jincnptcr Aldcn Dnrlon Alfiaudiir Kant Mrlhnny l(.i< hc- r A, l*itL*»lj > O l I f H: E It*-*. 1 \ Oil I: • o d * nu>n C' J-i. Levis, I. M. 1 *. 1 : I I>\xfi.-1 \ >r —iSotli Olcctiwn - I >! nlmi to r Fox , O. I.}, 1 VII TipOolla DEAXEB X3< Pure Drugs & Chemicals, PATENT MEDICINES, Brushes, Soaps, Combs, Notions. Perfumery OU.S Sc. PATTTTS, Cloth, Hair and Tooth Brush*]. Furniture^ Store ! I hnv o oiKSiiotl nj >• untiir A n t Nort h Oo - hocton, au d Ii»^«xl it with cvflrj\tliiiiK m t-Tio FURHITURE LINE. Evei-ytliixig- You Want From th o rriidJ o t o th o f-r-avo- UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY, And Personal A tiention, WITM A GOOD HIE ARSE , Oivo u i n al l casen . I wis h i t andirKtood Llmt I wil l mak e i t pa y fo r thox o a t n disumc o t o civ e m o a call , fo r I wil l soi l The Same Quality of Goods CHEAPER TTjan an y othe r boos e i n tb e fon r ooantie a Bxoand mo . Bosnr- e t o cnlLan d loo k ove r m > artore fxxll o f no w PmuiiTunE . O. A. QRIESA, ^artav_C«J»«cSeji^3?. sr. 1 l r.-i l'£ ui 12 H) 12 1 ii?! £ -1UI O Ol I 7 OS 7 !•£' 7 £U ,.,1 • M <»f 11 It nrri i < o'N'fltir .l*>ol Yaw . <:.,jirtt«.l>l «H <' I> Ornnby , J. I*. WhitinK . .I<.>liix FI nl I >o it,, W li - Pierce , Fra n k W . < itixno Constabl e J«m« « 11. Brrxith. Kxciw e CommiwuonT H 1— A . liiunlm , K . JS. l_»s . Jottxx liM.il. omc r II.. l.-ily A < ft « OO Jfc_ 3 19 M. MAIL ! v 11 nio<> \\ I--HT I A It 1C I VK. .lit- i nxiil SnturilBj*, iiyo, Tharndaya 1/iyn. M AI I I I I. \ 1 >. Rtii»« CHAMPION 'OIL- IT LEADS *LL OTHERS ! EVERY FAMILY NEEDS ONE! vc Wi-dri 'v.n.-.Vvv: -t..l. -J'nci and Snti Itrlftol. J Frldajo , dnofldaja idttyn, Thiir»da]rs rdnyn, K. T. SKMAN3, . t« S 1* y. m \ S 3 0 \ IS OO \ 0 4ft a r. », 7 16 p n a o o p n e o o p i IO IO a i 1 OO p n , o BO a i » OO p t 9 OO a t S SO a i 1 2 SO p i 3 OO p l SOCIKTIKS . M_ MO. 199. t - a rr>t and 1~bJrd Tneida y e; ntli at tli«-.lr hall. Stf-c'y. Iilnnd I -<xl ^-«-. 7<>o. 3^1 . niMta oTcry Satnrda j MMII: in ilu-lr liall In Walroai ' Block. Kiitnuicc nurtli rido. I*\ V. tlowTKEn, Sec'y, I>. I>. CJ_ » for Ontario Oounty. K- O. M A- NO. 99. l<^-t«« t lie flrnl and Third ITrlday e w ealng o f BTCI J IX IX. CONUTT , Pre*. It. C i-t«* at their i-oartlu; ry XI • mday cvonlnc- I\). k^in.-i.r. ic, Scc'jr. I_ A_ SKAXAMB , Pres . a. A . it.. <-Un In tlio ha.11 o iri-1 fourth lTT-ldj BINOnA_M POS T T-*. ay evening ! <of eac h i tllURCH SRU.VICEH . A i—r-i*-r, a t IO SO tn tb e forenoon an d a t T In the :ilnp ; Snndny-School a t noon. Rer . L Tiioue, a t IO SO In th e forenoetm e>f er e _ id SiiDday In each month ; Hund«j--8ct»ooL. S Rov . J . C3 . iVlaffiri, pnnto r ( iiiiiivriA4, a a t IO SO every Sabtsatla forc e S.ibliith School, a t noon ; orcnln c mi icai I'.ev » . I'aUc ; LUTIIKIIA S SOCIETT , a t s o'clock a _ _ I other Sunday a t the lone r primar y buildin g Ee» . Mr. Knit.or, pastor. WOOD AND GOAL STOVES TO THE REAR ! Send for OHAMFION OH , STOV E rfitmlArm. RATH BONE, SARD &, Go. MANUFAOTURXR S ALBANY , N. Y. CH1CACO, DETJCOIT, MICH. XXZ7- SOLD BY DEALERS CVERVWHERC E'-ri^f Aabbath evenln Stralton , pastor. > al X. JRarr. REST! not, life is sweeping t»y, g o an d dar e tx ' \*-* mighty t o c o - )tal not requlrwl. \V> Many «r a naalclnfc for- • If yon tTBQt bmdacm {tf'wMctTyon . Qii ^aiTgrwil pay all tttm tlnxo, wxlta» f» r pwnlailan -%m M*i ^ ;»Tt A- C>. , ywH— tl t JCwIwet tvown- SS oatOt f«r« > Hak. Bverrtblii e new. C o r» will fttmlan ye n eref^rtbla over'I £ el 't' of \wallc- also. that for Paddy undowered not afford ^nost of the room, led, but the lent to bed, myself to |as we wore and. X have r the some ychn mean,** I p 3 11 to way of :> help them theatricijals.*' up private (ould never ha.ll. nor I iit of ^llss •X) tlio per 3\kr ^Before \tho evening was certain that X had. ho chancje I rig over\ for the prize, and she was worth winning; was not the man to court beau ty. I ndeed, ho could so romantic a proceeding. When the ladies retired, men repaired to tho bil where cigars wore provid majority were tired and w early, leaving O'Brian andj finish a game. \Well said he, as soon alone, * 'J suppose that you been asked down here fo| thing \ \Oh yes; the shooting, replied. '•Shooting! That's tho paying us. Xhey want us t<| with their private **Oh, they're going to get] theatricals, aro they?** \To be sure, or you have been asked to \Winton] either, f ai th I I got it c Dart.\ \Who ill tell UB what scenery, dresses, and all tails ?** said JMiss Winton, family took the stage fev summer. 'Don't you kno papa ?\ \I have it,\ cried Sir Th<| of my acqiiHintuncc s is g drama; at leant he talks else, and though not a So| seems to be his specialty.' \Hut is hepresentableV \Winton \Seymour's girl, j| ,4 Oh, yes,\ replied Sir 1 has paid up on his shares, pirates his /t's, and he has fine whiskeral\ \Shut up, O'Brian I\ said foist off your own impcrten the innocent. And what} asked here for?\ \To act, of course. I f been for my success in O'Trigger at Lady Sock's I| gone hang before ever I'd guest in this elegant estl Oh, thero is no shirking th«| me, my l>oy; nobody does s nothing in this world.\ There was undoubtedly of truth at tho bottom of cynicism of O'Brian's; for lowing day the subject of ricals was quietly broached) ence by the blisses Winton Afy theatrical tastes had led me to take a part in ance, and, indeed, of tho men forming the presenjt Aflm Dart and O'Brian w two who were not about to first appearance upon any course, these experiencel took a prominent lead, tn necessarily drawn togeth fidentlal way which It pleasant for mo to witnesjs. and envy so stirred my inclined, to regret the good) duelling, when X might <gTxarrel with my rival, chance of removing him Bu t tho way in which XciafhziuBi Xnodced, or w . ribbibt, mA4l »v pwtlwilaf Pfi do about . little do- when the badly last some one. >mas. \One re J it, on the lof nothing |lomon, that asked .Julia ou know \ homas; \ho and he as- really very I- \I>o not [encies upon were you it had not Sir Lucius might have [have been a lablishment. j truth with ything for sentimont this frothy on the Sol­ vate theat- in my pi ahy never as yet perform- ladies and company, -e the only make their stage- Of members idea being •pxr in a con very un- Jealousy •.hat X was old days of picked a so had a my path, tho odious .ts and. hi tv e a ad fx om -brusho^^^delicate cbmbev * T>r>ttiee of \*iv peculiar oil, more delicate than is ever used for the head, were appropriated to their service. When X visited my hair-cutter that artist would deliber­ ate for at least five minutes before he could come to a definite conclusion upon tho important point whether he should take the \hends\ off. When 1 took my walks abroad and the breeze fluttered them over my shoulders, scornful indeed was the beauty whose eyes did not light up with admiration as she passed. Even envious men were unable to withhold their tribute of praise. **Oh.eevers, my boy,\ observed Riv­ ers, who has spent his own fortune and is looking out for a wife, \my figure is twenty thousand, but, by gad, if I had your face hair, I'd make it forty I\ ou may judge my feelings, then, when it was seriously proposed that I should shave, I repudiated the notion with a shuddering earnestness which soemed to amuse some of the company, and they all set to work to argue me out of my objection to the sacrifice. \They will grow again, * said one Miss Winton. \I am sure Mr. Cheever B face would look better without them,\ added the other. \Yes; there is a particularly fine contour, which is completely hidden at present,\ said O'Brian. \How do you know that, Paddy?\ \Contour or not,** said I, firmly, \i f you cannot put up with a whiskered Fortescue, some one else must take the part.\ And to that resolution I stuck in spite of Mattery, persuasion and satire for three days. And I got it hot, too, at times. First one and then another male visitor was tried In my part, and found wanting. On the fourth morning after break­ fast, Adu Dart expressed a wish to learn how to play at billiards. O* brien was not in the room, and I seized the opportunity of offering my services, which were accepted. \I am so sorry, Mr. Cheevers,\ said she, \that you cannot take the part of Fortescue. You must change with Mr. O'Brian; that is tho only way in which wo can manage it, and even that will spoil tho play.\ \Is it quite necessary that Fortescue should be whisker less ? ** I asked faintly. \Why judge for yourself ; how would a powdered wig look, with them ? The worst of it is,\ she added, \that when I undertook the the part of Maria it was with the supposition that you would he Fortescne,\ aftd she blushed slightly. Those who are unacquainted with \Tho Belle of Penzance\ must be told that Fortescue is tlio lover- of Maria, and several half-romping, half-loving scenes aro enacted between them. \Hit your ow-own b—b-b-ball In the exact center, and rather high,** X stam­ mered, \and you—you would not like O'Bri that is, any other fellow to to-—to take that part, in fact.'* . .\I declare X won't answer yoo I*\ she cxl«d* \OX counc, X know 2roti, and nvnre* mmrtr moat th * oth«r» b*f«r«3» in/th^^Morningi'-*, «nd \.on' turning \thc^ corner of a path -which, brought me into a little open dell, X came upon O'Brian, with his hat stuck on tho back, of his head, executing a jxzs aercZ to a vocal accompaniment. \ Ah I\ ho cried, on seeing me, \sure you have caught me making a fool of myself. Hut it is a good thing my mother's only son has done for me this morning. Congratulate me, my boyI\ \ Certainly,\ said I , feeling a little sickly. \ What on ?\ \ I am going to be married to the prettiest little angel that ever wore boots, and has a nice little sum all at her own disposition into the bargain. Whoop I\ It was too true; he had stolen a march upon me. I left Winton two hours afterward. ' At present my whiskers are in j blacking-brush stage. _ ^^X^'fpS^^mS^^^^^^^Xo^'.^^vA made in. the South, by \ y bxxrr- civil war. Al­ though they would laugh at the idea if you suggested it, nine out of ten men in England believe that Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, will be the last king England will ever have, A revolution is silently but surely pre­ paring that will uproot all tho rem­ nants of the old feudal system.\ CSS...... family < to him, his and : ^i^b^~onefol!_ r **-?TJ'jir.W?* , r5.y ? Color-Hearing-. Popular expressions are often very significant. *' I saw three dozen lights of all colors,\ or some similar expres­ sion, may frequently be heard from persons who have received violent blows on the head or face. Under tho influence of shocks of this kind, the oye really seems to see Infinite numbers of sparks. Shocks of a certain class im­ pressed upon tho nervous system, seem to have the faculty of producing phe­ nomena of light. This remark has been suggested by tho facts which we aro about to relate, which lead us to suppose that sonorous vibrations are susceptible in certain cases of provok­ ing luminous sensations- There are, in fact, persons who are endowed with such sensibility that they cannot hear a sound without at the same time per ceiving colors. Kach sound to them has its peculiar color; this word corres­ ponds with red, and th at one with green, one note is blue, and another is yellow. This phenomenon, \ Color- hearing,\ as the English call it, ha.\ been hitherto little observed. T>r. Nassbanmer, of \Vienna appears to have been the first person who took serious notice of it. \While still a child, when playing one day with his brother, striking a fork against a glass to hear the ringing, he discovered that he saw colors at tho same time that he per­ ceived the sound ; and so well did he discern the color that, when he stopped ears, he could divine by it how loud a sound the fork had produced. brother also had similar experiences. X>r. N ussbaumer was afterward able to add to his own observations nearly identical ones made by a medical stu­ dent in Zurich. T o this young man, musical notes were translated by cer­ tain fixed colors. The high notes in­ duced clear colors, and the low notes dull ones. More recently, M. Pedrono, an ophthalmologist of Nantes, has ob­ served tho same peculiarities in one of his friends. JE*€y%yu.ZctT- Sctcncc Jfon£A^. Of all women in -the world, the ladies of China are probably kept in the closest bondage; for while they are compelled to render to their parents an obedience more absolute than is practiced in any other country, with the acquisition of husbands they find themselves committed not only to a complete acquiescence in tho wills of their lords, but also to a veritable bondage to their fathers and mothers- in-law. This\ last consideration, coup­ led with the inevitable doubt wheth- ther each -will be the only star to shine in her new sphere, deprives matri­ mony of that charm which generally surrounds it in the eyes of maidens. Such a reversal of the common order of things could only exist in a coun­ try where the needle points to the south and where men wear petticoats. \ A spurious Napoleon 1V,\ says the London GTa-j>?i \ has lately de­ ceived a good many people at Turin. He was a young 1 tad i an weaver o f very good address and decidedly hand­ some, and for some time succeeded in keeping up his protended position as the late prince imperal, who he de­ clared had not been killed in Zululand. Hia money having come to an end, the pretender took to highway robbery, and when caught, so loudly declared his Napoleonic pretensions that he was treated as a madman and sent to an asylum, from which he escaped and practiced his old -bcicks. Being caught again the jury less lenient, and the false Napoleon has been sent to the galleys for twenty-one years,** A prominent physician having stat­ ed that a person should never be awakened except when, there is xxr— gent necessity for it, an exdiangO; of- fer» to pay aome^oxx* well *o trmn»lsts this Into baby Isnifusfr*. During a recent lecture in London before an assembly of army officers, inventors of small arms and other ex­ perts. Colonel Fosbery astonished his audience by suddenly drawing from under the table a weapon which ho had just brought from Liege and which he called a \ baby electric gun.*' It could not be discharged until brought in connection with the Source of elec­ tric force, but that done, it could 1ft{£ worked with amazing rapidity, its in­ ventor, Mir. Pieper, of Liege, having a few days before fired 104 rounds in two minutes. Colonel Fosbery exhi­ bited its mode of operation by -m**^-n<x of a small electric accumnlator secret­ ed under his vest, and minute car­ tridges containing only powder and a wad. Various speakers afterward ex­ pressed tho opinion that electricity would again revolutionize the manu­ facture of small arms. numerous gran d\j*onsl ~T jj^Tatwi th- s tan ding his age tho old. jrerrtfl em art enjoys excellent health. Everydayiie. takes two hours* gymnastic ecxexcise^'j walks for two hours, and directs- the'; education of his great-grandchfidren. He has never used spirituous liquors- in any form, and does not smoke. He will shortly be presented a t tho court of Madrid. The Louisville Ky., Courier JT CTLLT- nctZ resenting the lecturing of the press in other states, asserts lynch law is confined to no section of the country, but, as human nature is pretty much tho same everywhere, finds its a*v»^ -r^r- & ^ cates wherever and whenever the; pas^.; JT^3 sions of men are excited by^rlmes oC^i^^Ti particular magnitude or atrocity That journal laments the fact, mat ^jjH^ avers that the apparent necessity Cox? -J^§§^ people taking £he execution o f th** -\'ixj-l law into their own v» y^riH«i has grown-. V to a grievous extent all over the TJnl- ^-^\-^j on. 11 says the law's delays, con- *' plcd with the uncertainty o f Its pun- ^ ishment of crime, have eocaspexated otherwise law-abiding citizens - and ^ ^t£r led them to a violation of\ fjho vex7'\^~^§ laws they are themselves deraandlng^^y^ shall be enforced. \ Bu t $bh£&^Q&{0 &z£ sectional, it continues.- *» Crime *fH^0 ^t general, recognizing state bouridarlejr^^;^ as little as it does the rights o f pro-' \zJ^-'X-. perty or tho sanctity o f humanJL£fo» , \r^-^ and in the North as in tho, Sofitl>,_ there is too much of i t going-jirnpriri.- -J/^r- ished. Atrocious villains, seeing^ this^^. v aro led to despise the mothodst^of:''tfie , t„^ courts, and commit depredations' other**'' S^-j? 1 wise unthought of. Th e better, classes^.'^-^^ recognizing the same faults - in the^-adr v ^^-^ ministration of the law, goavded ^to ^> madness by the sight of unprxn^shedj^^^; crime, take the matter into their- owx^_\^ ^vSrL: h ands, and by the commission of •\ a^JE^ crime themselves punish a stEU gzeater^^il offense. That is all there Is ofit , andl^-i^I^ it is done in Michigan and South Car?-. -\^^7^ olina; in Illinois and Tennessee;; in^^S Iowa and Kentucky. The man- wh'c^> ^ attempts to sectionaliye these plTensesO^S^?! and impute them to one people albncfj^^ is blind to the facts or a wfllfnT pcr?^|§£, verter of tho truth. ' -•^^^^^ The Minister's Wife- . I -V^^-^i The minister's wife must hold, ' The commissioners charged with ecc- amining recruits for the French army •were compelled to reject a. lad two years ago for the reason that he was a fraction, o f an Inch Trader tho pre­ scribed hight. JETa^w»i« so-youngs \how-: that. tHtr« ~ WJs«»«T«rr rWmmrinfS^ £• \'-AS jv-. S^'v -o hia hanri q when they are weary; l£fcd|^^S Moses before the Amalekites, he o^ghifc^;*^^ to have a goood brother; like Aaronl!^n;.^| one side and Hur on the other. - Xt.is'^^^ pleasant to see that the mothers In5X»^r^>^ rael are generally disposed to hclp^>?as%^s! young minister to\* find a fitting.. Vo'rn^^^ panion to share- his labors. JlXelp^fc^jJ; meets of our ministering, breaireD^^g? our meetings would be as dreairy^^'i Vh ^r^.^^ out \ den night sky without a star, as^aCScLnd^^^^ coat of one of your honored \lin »b«a^<i»liS^^< ? without a button. An observing pedoefeiarL Vh as^a^e^,^:^.

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