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COWNElL FOR CO GS-.VJAN.
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tt I) I ) 1 1' 1 1 1 I'r'i'.l .1 ill'll lll't ll If
i-Vi i' ! it call : 14 to ..n.i.t I . : .:,
-s; i: i n in N1'! i-Ui 'i in if n m -; in
lit til.: I -1 1 l il.iall linK S.iifi M l.'linl I-.
'oniht. J'iv i un.li'liit' m wen; cuti-reil
lit the iiiit, viz: V. .1. Council. S. .M.
Chapman, K. I. JJrown, L. W. '. lby and j
J). (. Com tin y, chairman of tin: con
gressional committee of the Tiist con
gressional elistiict, culled tli? convention
to order. "Without t lie usual e.il .unit ion
of the object of thu assembly, tin.' score
tary whm instructed to rend the list of
delegates entitled to seats in tin; conyen
tion. This, as unual, waved I lie wnven-
tiona' committee on credential, mi'l a
gentleman from Douglas pluced I Inn.
Frank K msoiil, of Otoe, in nomination
for temporary chairman, and In; was
chosen ly acclamation. On taking tlie
chair lbitisoin thanked the convention for
the honor und proceeded to business
without an extendi'd speech. A. L
.Mclvin, of Nemaha, was chosen tempo
rary secretary, and Edward (feary as
After a short wrangle over the question
of nominating speeches the convention
decided that the eagle might soar five
minutes and no more. It was decided
that a call should be made by counties,
- in alphabetical order, and tlnit the coun
ty having a candidate for congressional
honors should name its man.
E. II. Woolly, of Cuss, presented the
name of S. M. Chapman; Judge llald win,
named V. J. Council, and his nomination
was seconded by "V. II. Dickinson, of
Saunders, and Henry Clark, of Sarpy.
Judge Field, of Lancaster, waxed elo
quent in naming K. E. Brown. A gen
tleman from Ilichardson presented the
names of Ishani Racvis, and John Ellis,
of Gage, did a like homor for L. W.
Thomas Clark, of Lancaster, nd Mr.
Emery, of Gagf, were found to be ueccs
sary append ices to the convention, and
they w re elected assistant secretaries anr
Chairman Hansom then ordered tin
Call of counties, anrt the first ballot wis
taken, resulting as follows: Conm-ll o4.
Chapmin 20, Brown o, Heayis 15.
After three hours sternly b-tlloting th.
fifty-fifth ballot 'omul iill five still on
the track, with Cum. 11 in the lend.
Chapman second. Crown third, Colby
fourth ami II -avis fifth.
The Rich irdson county di h g ition
then h 'ld a consti It ltion and He. i vis was
drt'p'J- Nt ma'crial change was made
in the sltC-it' ". however, as 'ho twelve
deleLC.iti s s-;.i'e"fd among tin' four re
maining candidates. A'ter an iaetTectual
attempt to adjourn, the ri'.'.v sixth ballot
was taken with the following result:
Connell 60, Chapman -1:1, Brown 32, Co.1-
ly 20; necessary to a choice S3. Up to
the withdrawal of Reavis. Connell had
the solid support of Douglas. Sarpy nnd
Siuuders counties. Lancaster stood
solidly by Brown. Gage by Co)y, and
Cass by chapman, Otoe divided between
Brown and Chapman and finally cast her
twelve votes for Chr.pman on the fifty
fourth ballot. Johnson voted steadily
3 for Brown, 3 for Colby aud 2 for Chap
man. Nemaha complimented everybody
except Brown, aud one of her ballots
was cast for Church Howe. Pawnee
divided her support and changed back
rind forth among the candidates.
At 12:15 Otoe county, on the ninth-nth
ballot, made Ue d- cisive break ly cast
ing a solid vote for C' nnell. She was
followed by the unanimous vote of Paw
uec county, which gave Connell SO votes,
a majority exclusive of the changes which
followed rapidly, amid wild cheers from
all parts of the h us ..
The following is the niuetienth ballot
as recorded by the secretary Cas-.
Chapman 1C; Douglas. Connell 37; Gage,
Colby 19; Johnson. Conn. II o. C -lby ;):
Lancaster, BrovvU 23; Nemaha, Bonm-117.
Colby 2; Oto Connell 12; Pawnee, Con
nell S; Richardson. Council 0, (Ml y
Sarpy, Cuimell ."; Saunders. Council 12.
Gage county move ' to make the nom
ination unanimous. Mr. Council was
called for auel in re-sno se made a telling
speech which elicited rounds of appl-ii;.-.
lie assured the convention that he wouM
."be the representative of the entire dis
trict and plar.te I i.im -.-elf on tin? nitiou d
As so;;i lis ti-; cheers subsided attend
ing the nomination of Conr.cll, congrat
ulatory speeches were made by the can
didates who entered the fight. Colby
promised the allegiance of Gage in the
canvass nd a sweeping majority for the
nominee from that county. Brown fol
lowed, thanking his friends for the ear
nest nnd faithful support that had been
given him, and promised that L-.ucaster
county would not shrink in the coming
fiht. Reavis also endorsed tho action
of th" convention and said that Richard
fioT county would do I er duty at the
Judge Ch 'jw-'ii wae c!lcd for, but he
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ed to i l. i l. 1 . i ii !-; ili- e.-.i.-!M of its
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e -oi ii . I li . i :.:i I I il I he Vote
of I J -. 1 1 . -! i-i.ii.tv e,i,',M ciiii.-.d'y
v.';ilili. 1 1 A' ill i i.i I u-.ieli i-. I.i- ad
! dres- the oil-'! i : - ii ma! et ii.li.i! tee Was
j chosen, and t if convention, ; t '. 2 : t ", a -1-
A Mexican Journalist Gliot.
Viivoi-- Mi.'. S .t. 22. - Advices
r. . . . i ..l .! ' I. i.i.ii i-
III i:i .uii'i, on lie- iii-i iiinniie, m.iu- i.i
Deputy .Sln riii" S;lie of U'o Ibande City,
wliile in Mier, ib lil-eii.tcly shot a M-xi-
-aii journalist mimed C.ilitero (ionise,
indicting mortal wound--. Some time
ago Silae killed A I ira inlil R. elide. Ml the
same manner and on tlrj s uiie soot.
A Harrison and Morton Rally.
IIasi inos, N'eb.. S 'pf. 21. The open
ing rally of the campaign ly the Hast
ings Harrison and Morton club w:is held
here last night and was a splendid suc
cess. A torch liht proci s.-ion paraded
tin; streets with hands of mi! ie. Speech
es were delivered at tin: opera house by
Messrs. llartiian and Bailey of this city.
Much enthusiasm was mmifeted.
A Druggist's Liquors Se'zed.
Dks Moim;s, la., Sept. 22. The
deputy sheriff of Dallas county was in
town today serving papers on D. W.
Hayes, of this city, who owns a drug
store at Perry, in that county. The
sheriff has just seized oyer four hundred
packages of liquor, which were shipped
to that drug store the night before the
recent barbecue at perry. '
- m - - -
Shocking Performances at Church
R.u.kiou, I C, Sept. 22. There va
a itrange stew in a church in Burke county
yeslerdai evening. People who ha occa
sion to enter tin; buildi:i;; were horrified
at seeing a dead man lying on the floor
and beside him a bottle of lhpior. An in
vestigation of the case was at once begin,
and a most disgraceful stfte of affairs
was brought to light. Tli-; dead man wa
Horace Card well, and, in company with
two other abandoned fellows, John Mitch
ell and Columbus Mitchell, he had irone
to the church to have a drunken spree.
The three had purchased five quarts of
brand v, and in a niht. drank it all but
half a pint. Win n daylight came the
Mitchells left. Cardw; 11 lav unconscious
n the lloor. lie ii,-vvr awoke, and was
found honiidy s -. 1 1 . i ami distorted.
l':,e nn-n had li-ht. d the lamps in the
ch:ii( ii and had a s;:.i:!ar orv".
The- S:ata VJ. C T. U.
llASTIM.s, Xcb., Sept. 22. The V. C.
T. L'. i-tate convent ion in. t In re today
with a full at ! emi.i lie - of exeiutiye of
ticeii, and about one hundred delegates.
All departments of the work are lepre
sented by superintendents and dis
trict presidents, who report much pro
gress. Many ne v unions have been or
jaaized. The couventioii will last until
Tuesday. .Much interciit is btin; mani
fested. Mrs. Cbua Hoffman, of Missouri,
will speak in the ojera Lous-; Saturday
evening and on Sunday afternoon.
The convention opened at 2 o'clock
with devotional exercises conducted by
Mrs. E. A. Fulton, of Pawnee City. Mrs.
Alma G. Fitch, of Hastings, delivered
the welcoming address, which was re
sponded to by Rev. Mary G. Andrews, of
Omaha. Then came the appointment of
the executive committee. The afternoon
piogramme closed with a drill hi parlia
mentary practice conducted by Mrs. A.
M. Hitchcock, of Fremont. The evening
s-ssii-n was. taken up with devotional
exercises conducted by Mrs. E. M. J.
Cooky, of Lincoln.
One Man Satisfied
"I am glad," said a prominent attorney
and business man of thi: city to the Cull
today, "that Judge Chapman wa3 not
nominated for congress."
"Judge Chaj man is the kind of a man
that this judicial district needs on the
bench. lu my opinion he is the ablest
judge on the distnet court circuits in
Nei r.i-.ka today. Sue!: men v. want to
ketii in iuilicial to.-it
tli'-irj in e U! biitiiie-'-'. Lo.-k," continued
the sp-.-.tSicr, "at the- present e-Wiiouliy he
tv.cen th - Missouri Pacini1 an-.l 3lr. IJuell.
Judge Field granted an injunction re
straining Mr. Bucll from interfering w ith
the track layers, a matter that was of
serious import to Mr, UdAl ia his strug
gle with thi road. Judge Chapman,
however, gives Mr, Bucll a iightiug
ch nee by giauting an injuction restrain
ing the road from laying track until the
difficulty ii adjusted. That is right and
the people will appreciate it.
'"Again the people of Lincoln appre
ciate the decisions that Judye Chapman
haa given in the detachment cases brought
hv Lincoln wholesale dealers against the
the- railroads. Thcec case wtrs of vita
importance and that the decisions vveto
rigid admitted by the roads against
whom they were ina l-?. They all show
that Judgo Ci) ip:u..n i iieceled on the
Tiicse stntcme uis iuA r tlie pcmlc- j
j. . ..i . .i '.,.,
man are or a cnaracicr iiiui t:u- uau car1 ,
endora---. Lincoln Call. I
w a M"t in the room
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THE DEMOCRATIC HURRAH !
Democracy at Its Highest Streets
Crcvvdcd with Visitors
Larjcit Crowd ey, r In 'latismcuth
I'r mi !-"i !.l i '- I .i iiy.
T!n- il-. iniM i ats of Plattsmouth held
their I01.4 aiiticij atcd and much talked
of rally ami b!-j w -out here last night,
'flic .-vent eclipsed any previous turnout,
of tin; kind ever Inid in the c ity, and
: visitors and clubs fioni towns of several
' miles di! ant I'Ut in an appearance and
' (' l liied t hen,-.! 1 i s j ;.(' one l il lo- bo.j y
lo console each other ov. r b.st hopes At
. about 7 o'clock, when all the trains had
ii iiiilvi U, a
I, a t'!ocis:;i:i was formed
street ami marc h -d
through : .-veral streets lii.til ulioiit !
j o'il(M !:. 'J'orc h lights and virions kinds
of transparencies were c an icd, and had
it not been for the disorder in v hich
their bearers marched, the
. . . .
have been a pleasing one. but as it was,
looking along the line as thev inarched,
...... 7., '. "
the lights could be seen moving in every
direction, and as one man remarked,
'You would take it for a democratic
c rowd as far as you could see it." We
give them credit for their penccablcin-ss,
as not one fiht occurred dunnf t he
whole evening, to 0111 knowledge.
The two bands which joined in tin
procession were the 15. A; M. band of this
c ity and a band from Wahoo.
The ladies' democratic- clubs of thi
city am1. ;!enwod also formed in lin
vviin tne procession ami were tlie main
attractions in their neatly arranged uni
forms. The Franci s Cleveland club of
this city entertained the ir lady friends
from Gh nwood, the Young Men's Demo
cratic club of this city and the musicians,
at the; G. A. R. hall. They certainly de
serve great credit for their exhibition of
cleverness in aceennmodi.ting ::s large a
crowd to such perfection. The tables
which we re neatly decorate el were amply
provideel with suitable refreshments for
all, end their assistance in this
event, contributed largely to its success.
Ai'ter the procession had broken up,
the crowd divided, some going to Rock
wood hall, some to Fjtzgerahl, and others
to theG. A. R. hall.
Hon. John A. Mc-Shane, who v.iis ad
vertised as one of the pi hicipal speak
ers, did not put in an appearance, but
the following prominent gentlemen were
present and he l;ied out: W. T. Canada,
of Nebraska City; X. S. Harwood, Lin
coln; AY". .J. Riyan, Lincoln; A. S.
Ritchie, Omaha; II. Kiiicrsui, Lincoln,
and V M. Fried. Lincoln.
Mrs. Howard Atkll received tlie good
news last wc k that she has been granted
a pension. iie g- V) now and-i-l l
jn r mouth In rea iter for heist If and one
Mr. Frank Lambert has also had a
legacy come to him in the shape of a
pension, I ic get s d ,000 dow n and .:0
p.r month hereafter. Hini-e gifting his
pension he has bought out Jack Rainey's
property, known lure as the Janus Pat
telson place1. It has bee-n tia-le-d several
times for a team, but this time it goes for
SI 00 in money.
back to (ireenwooil, where he moved
from this summer.
Mrs. L. II. Young received a dispatch
last Friday from Denver, Cob, that her
brother. Harny McRroom, was very sick
and ii"t cxjffcte'd to live.. Mrs. Young
left plattsmouth on the evening train
Charles Nix tame in from Custer coun
ty last week, lie likes that country very
much, and says that he has got his grip
on a quarter section of land by way of
Mr. Dimcnt who bought Thomas
Holmes' place a slient time ago has con
c -I tided to jiive up. and is gotug to Custer
county with Charlie Nix.
The great corn crop begins to shrink
nnd will continue to do so from now un
til it is in the crib. Several who have
been examining their corn fields, say they
are disappointed to find so many stocks
without any cms on, p. ml a good
many with only a small ear; Mr. Ilcnry
Calkin thinks he will only get about two
thirds of n crop.
F. M. You n -r. jr., is buildinsr himself a
o;oo.i nous.1, it is a iiame mniii.,i! twtn-
1 l . I
citliic ree i square, vviin ceunr nut size,
r i i. ii .. (i ti . . t
and is eiohti-f-n feet high; it will soon lie
ready for the masons ar.el painter?.
The hog cholera has about cleared out
itohert Irvcn in the hog business, he lias
only about a half dc2C-u left.
The republican rally which will "be
held here on the 13th of 'next month, will
no doubt attract a crowd, the like of
which will sever have been seen before in
Plattsmouth. The democrats take the
responsibility of furnishing the crowd at
th dr rally, hut the fair here attracted
many republicans to the city, aiul many
of them came out on the streets to see
how the democrats woidd eto. All the
democrats joined iu the procession, as
they admit, whiles the republicans, in
h larger numbers, watchcil them !
i!ii;o: tf el I.
Dr. Soh'.lilknceht. It is
I 1 "
callctl a picuio zither, nnl possesses a'
i . . . 1 . . . . , - . 1 ..ll t
lone iiinjiiw a miwi;' ;uhi m.i 'i i.iano.
The instrumcnr cost the doctor flUi
; from the sidewalks. The democrats1 terrea to is aouu.. t,.jo raue rom cu iou; .. i it is very stretchy material, ;t can never Lo i '".ty "- - it :
iii v 1 orn ft ' Tbo GuIf Stream touches it nnd so makes a mado to coyer mors surface, no matter how ! r ?7 .Y-''f r l ri ' -lf' 'f ' 'oi: ti r
numt.orerl ,J...,ut m tl.e processjcn. gi.ailJ hisbw!ty to i,ocdon and Lac ngam. much it is stretched. What i6 is emended UA I'X "oVSIrTi'v
, 7 r 7 , , I bteamers run to 5ew Ycrk in seven days. : in one direction it looses in another. TVs 1 ,-1 :' " :'-' '' ' ' !-'' 1 '' ' i h-i.;-i-.i-
Th? most complete and h.ncl--nmest ; Uondui-as exports Ut us 1G1.C-CJ bunches : xecuharity makes it very clo-o fitting, and I i;t '! :NI ' I l7 :l: .
sic uox ever s?cn in inn -it- nas incn cauanas. i,ii,oeu cocoanuts, i.c.u.o'j-j jnanj- at ino fcame time so:S and I :iaLl3 on the f.or. v ,.f -it..,., . : .:,.. ... . . . . . . '
( JJLCK ART IX IXDIA.
A COUNTRY WHERE VVITCHC3 AND
SORCERERS LIVE AND THRIVE.
Ilnw Aiixlou Ilimloo MotInwi Try to
irmilrr Tlieir ( iilhlr. ll W iU il IToiu.
"Iio (.rcat Oei-ult I'n-.vfH f Suri-iTi-n.
Hi-alr:.l.is V hc i:ir,-! in tUti l;!at k Art,
Tlirro is Fe:;:v(.!y j.-, jv.--nl
fj Hi! ):i r.i I'-ii.a t lint ii' -s not JK-s .e.-s its i:.-h,
to wlio;:i terriMe i.vi r.i aiv attnliatcd le.-fie-
popular mind. Tin; witches, Un-y R-iv,
c..n sue!: the Moo f lie;:!tjy eluldi-e -.; :n'.d
t.-.e lilisiuil-i mothi-i-. direetly s! t,CM t hi
wiieh approach, cate!n-s ;;: her c-hii,l mid
mulU'i s Mino charm lo s:ivc the dear onu fr..:u
l e;:i;r .s:i,-;;i d to cleat -i. O! rnuiM the ,-st
cnlid . theocecdt i:d!ue.-icecf theilmnicl
ha.js is tin .,! ft of n few coptH-r coins; or som j
fa a t of a!;:is. p.ul t iie e n; e ot !:! r.n- iri i c-m-5
.-loved to ciii!iitei-.-;et tln-ii- mali.'i i t y. They
:.l-e f .inn-! imes (ietet'd lit. I .i.i n.- i I-i,.i.. I
' on their heads, which -aiV.-s them "t turn
,' 1 Vm,i '"'5 ,:"Illvr ineoheiv.t syilal.l.-s. !? nie-
i tunes tlie rieiiilWin- iiioilii-r spits on the hi ad
; 4,f her child, or Keutlv l.ites Lis little f-.a-.-r.
j in order to render him witch proof. o
! v-''""of the lower ciders who lives in a
village inf.te-1 l.v a witeh w old vi ntnro to
, l..!Vvo her Iiou aj with her child until she had
! made herself and her chiM safe lv l-uttin ' a
certain mark on Ms forehead
TMKATlin.VT OF HIE UEWITCriFD.
There are various modi-; of tivinn-i:; f, r-
j persons suj;h,v:1 to he under the infhiei-oo -f
i :l "'lL(';'. Tho foreln a l f a child suiierin.
I from illness brought on by a witch's curso is
I somc-tinie.? marked with burnt, t
Often the mother, L,..:.i.-h..,- ...mu .-pens,
sprinkles water over her child and rubs his
forehead over with burnt wieks of earthen
lamps feel with mustard oil. iSome'tine-s
branches of particular trees aro waved over
the put ient, who is inaih; to chow tho leaves
of phnn trees, l'ut should thesj simple reme
li. s fail, as they often do, to produces any
I'l!'. et on tho bewitched child, what would
happen thea to the poor sufferer? There U
no nt v 1 in bo in despair in this nr. Iter; for,
as the dock frows .side' by side with the
r. ttle, so in India t hci-j lives closo by the
w-e-li tia1 soi-c;rer, tho practitioner a' the
biac!: m-t, w ho is ways called in wh.-n tho
: huple remedies f-il.
Jid.e the v. Itches, the Sorcerers are tie-Iie-ved
lo p", e.-.-i (;re:.i; occult powers; but, liuhlro
iho former, they often u.:e tiieir sldil for
cut j urn
1 ne common sorcerers
in Imiia cro a p.op'L-ef very low e.iste1, or
no c.-i.slo at id1, bch-nin.-.: mainly t- the
f.l;o:-i-;l:i;.J races v. ho arc it:!l outoieiethepaiu
of fin;.: io.-,:;i. Their treatment, thoi:;;u
t en viol, iit, do: 5 not. in modern t im .s result
in d-'ath, as ir, ibd in sonieaut lu i' iealed ea e.s
whi--ii happened years ago. The sorcerer,
btl:i.'! bid plaeo in front of Lis patieait, with
Uowi.-rs in his hand and a lamp and incenso
burnhi.c bei"o;-i! lam, gives burnt turiuerio
and cha;-;u"d uni: tnrd t:eed to tho bewitched
person to smell, and dashes cold water with
vi.jl.-neo upun his face. Sometimes the treat
ment of tho patient at tho hands of asoree re-;-vicariously
tortures tho witch. Thus it is
said that in 0:10 instance, upon the sorcerer
squeezing tho juieo of a curtain plant into
the- c3-es ot a bewitched child, tiio witch im
mediately complained of pain in tho eyes,
winch tho losr, aud tho child was cured.
METHODS OK &RAUM1.Y SOltCEItERS.
By far tho mosjt foi'midablo magic powers
are, however, attributed to a class of Krah-
mns, w ho aro par c-xeclleneo tho professors
of Iho black art in India. Tho Lh'ihmin co--
ceivrs aro vi i-;od in tho practice of tho spells
and charms which, with tho accompanying
rites, aro described in tho Sanskrit; books,
called tantras. Tho kewnote of these is struck
in a well known ccunlet. vvhieh. done, imo
lngUdi, runs thus: '-The w hole world is in
the power of tho gods, und tho gods aro in
the power of magic; magic is in tho power of
tho Urahrains, and therefore tho Crahuim is
hims-.df tho god." It must not bo fea-got'.en,
however, that iu spito of this oraeuiar de
liverance, and tho pystematization of the
magical spells and charms in several San
skrit treatises and their commentaries, tho
Lh-ah ruins themselves acquired tho black art
fro:a tho wild aboriginal races of India. Of
the six modes in wbieli tho IJrr.h:nin sorcerer
can iufluenco his neighbors, fotjr ara malig
nant, oio is liouLtfiil and ono oulj- is Lene-li-ciaL
Tho four malignant operations are tho
causing of death, the destruction of projicrty
cr mental e opacity , tho stonpago of physical
or mental action auel the causing of feuds be
tween friends. The art of bringing an indi
vidual completely under tho control of tho
expert is tho neutral operation. Tho only
branch of white magic discussed is the power
of relieving a sufferer from diseao cr the
Luitiio influe-iiet-s of tne stars aud other
A severe and prolonged probation must be
undergono before a man is considered com
petent to commence tho practice of the magic
ni t. Ho muse go through, a. courso of recita
tion of cabalistio words, consisting of unin
telligible Sanskrit roots, and of repetition of
tho name of tho deity to bo conquered about
a million limes. Special kour.j are assign ;d
.'or tho performance, special postures o. tho
bod y, special diet and a specially appointed
space, beyond which tho probationer is not
allowed to go until tho proce-js of initiation
is iimshed. Of course, r.il cf this has to be
accompanied with Landsomo offerings to tho
deities and tho Brahmins and substantial
feasts to tho latter. Of the six magical arcs,
tho ono most frequently xracticcd in India in
modern times is thtit of tho neutral "subju
Cation."' Certain ingredients are prescribed
lor this operation. A simdl piece of the
frontal bono of a man, tho fruit of tho pois
Onous riauc dnatura. caainhor and honcv r.;v
. . ' "
to be take
betaken in proper proportions and well
mi-od together, aud t'uo forehead is to bo
painted with the compound before the wearer
may bring under his influence end control
tho mind of any person whom ho fears or
love-n. Other nostrums similar to the ingre
dients in t'uo witches' cd-dron in '"ilac
beth," increasing in complexity and grew
sonieness as the higher departments of tho
bluet: art aro reached, arc to bo found in the
iianskrit treatises. London Standard.
Thc IeveToiuient of Central America.
UouduMS has given a vast tract of lard to
the "American liondutas Company," ior the
purpose of bringing about the development
of th'j natural resources of that pleasant aud
fertile little republic. The attention cf
Americans has latterly been drawn more to
these Central American state?, especially
Nicaragua and Honduras. Hubert Ban
croft"; magnificent volumes led tho wav to a
better knowledge of our neighbors; but it u
now fashionable to make a journey of six
months in the mountains, an-J then come
Lome to -write a book. The land grant re- ;
aii, with puicapples, limes, oranges, man
rop.i. t.im'-i'ifli. ir.:' a nit, r anil Iihd;
Giobe - Deiocrat,
I There aro thirty-seven tunnels more than
LIGHTS OF THS OUTH.
.V l avuiil1 I iimp I:irlr-r tJi Pi! tf !!
( on!, di raey I'jm umls
I l !he:i- ie.:i y e-.:;-e:. J:u,l i:nri--. .v
st 1 t'e- p pie i,i .', 1 f,., '...r,-Si y v
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lh-' 1. d er i f b -h'-.. In t!.o -i:-.-s -as, t,,
i',i:m. ..f whicli w, n-i n:!V::.,iVi' t . t h -I. ;:e-
as its n.-liatiu;; powi-r to the eye, af
ford -J a w i :.-!.. -.1 p; (-:,.!i.,o of ilhimination.
fa I he com try, uh'-:ei-. u tlie numeral h .ois
was cot to be had, the makeshift i to supply
b;:!.: .; r.u.v.y. 1'h- ru w. s l-v.t littL'c-oal
o.l i i t he south, and as lit! In ic -ith nil ,.i,I
tho t.dlow of the c..:mtry went lu luvn me-us-uro
to thu armies for military purposes.
A favoi ite lamp, aud ono easily lilted up
was a s.ui--' r of lard w ilii u tirysvi-aun.ro
ball ll'i.-itiu ; in tho midst of it. A l.ta.i ap
plied to the s- i-am 'i-!- la!l readily United if.
and it burned with a feeble, ieklv chuo
until its sea of lard di,a;eM-ared, and left.it
no longer a Ih-ry i.-.laud. In t!io reeijii
printed in the current newspapers, settin;;
torlh the rop-c-i- manner of prcparine; tho
sycamuro b.-.lhi for use. candles, spe-eial in-l-isteiieo
is i.-mdo that t hey are to bo "c,ut h
ered from the tr.-o and dried in tho 1:1111." If
allowed to beeiime ovcrrijio and fall to tho
Kroimd before u ;. their fbroiis covering
would loso its bold upi.'U tho euro and drop
uw.-iy into tho lard.
In the slavo quarters, "fat"' j.ino knots
blazed upon tho hearth through w inter and
Hummer ni;;!-t-i alike, w hilo t ho night si-cnes
of tho negroes' nii-rry makings in tho open
air were ii.'uminaled by means e ither of tho
samo material or of crudo tar pih?d ujion tho
bowls of broken plantation shovels, set hi"h
in tho midst em tripods made .f threo limbed
saplin'---. Tlie jiiha daueo nnd th-i emn
c 1 1 !:'-! 1 " r -s . -- 1 1 i .l 1
01 luo liurea. i.u-i ii. .,,-ol. . wuero llio
flickering an. 1 shifting lights of tho uncon
ventional lanterns touched tho dusky f.-e-es
and forms and tho smoko of their Ktrano
altars rose over them.
Allot her li-ht 1:1 Kreat vo-;!io was tho
li'. (crate, " or '-endie. s," caiaiie. I;, wa.s
strucU-d by dipping a wi.-l: ii, in. !: -d
and resin and wrappin;; it aioun-l ;i
one end of thew i.-:; I.i-in ;;- -,: .-. d ihri...
wire loop fastened to the i- thi; t.
'..i, - .1 II ';:- .;. I
t'lv iilumiuation wa 5 very f . -s ! . ' .i.,d mi!
in-- can.no w:is wao-U' i r'M (:;(.
through tho ,1'op ;.nd ti-i.nmc-l
minute; the u h..! ;.:- dr : ..o:
"i-e;t mlviiii':;--!. of the ' ' :
i ' he leu-: h i ,f t i v h :
It-: dun' t ii ill, V. ;n"i ,; ; ... ! ; ,
c..:mi::":i:.,i;-;o njth the ;t-a;
ti: 1 t-t i-k.
ii.,' Iho II of i.'.. : ..;.
eiiii, --, cand!-.. t:.-.;i.,.-iv;., i
h pored ;-. ( ; t he I.i -.'. s
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or -e ; I t ;u; I.-; ; o, 1 v, .
lead w.:h cy -s !h..t a h-i I
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I he; o very m-i as w
;: .:; rmd nest re,!,'..-'
i'i icpcntin Kiich
li.rc my fields tramped over by mi -h ; ;
of c-i-,:cl urchins oa 1 '.-.!' ::,: d !;.,:::' I ( .,i.
'ow .'Ampathi::;) v. irh any man v. ho v. a:.'c
Lis l.-.n l frcj of i.-iarauders.
i.; curious to note how litth; the. pe
pf:i-u::;nently resident iii nr.y . n :'-: i-!-.-.jii;v
r c-ogiii:?.j tho luil sources of their combe
prvsperiTy. for yi-m-s r.fier th-.- l'.iih;i-. o,'
die. v. halo fi.-hc-ry ts Harbor was under a
cloud. It was a melancholy place-. Its vc um;
men -.vent to California, to tho west, to the
city and lo worse places. It hank' red v fter
a busiue.-s. It dwr-Is motirnftdly on the j.ast
prosperity' of tho whaling era. It .started a
cotton mill, which lived a Mekly Jifo ni.d
finally departed in smoko and flame. Ye-t
today Sag Harbor has more .stores than ever
before. It has mero houses than eve r. It ii
better ordered and prettier than ever.
Streets once wastes of land are now lined by
shade trees. Threo steamboats, during tho
summer, daily arrivo and depart, whero ono
was more than equal to th s business thi. ty
years ago. Tho lip.sty menhaden fish fac
tories contribute to its trada and help rui j
with their scum its old fishing grounds.
What has been the chief source of this in
creasing prosperity? There is but ono an
swer. It is tho all powerful railroad. Pren
tice Mulford in Kow York star.
Horn la the ILucl.-y ?Ionths.
Fatalists and those who firmly believe thr.t.
what i.; to be will be, assert that nearly cli
men who achieved fame in this world wen;
born cither in tho fall, winter or spring
months of tho year, tho summer month's not
being conducive to mature development. Out
of tho twenty-two presidents c f the United
orates only two were born in summer.
Zachary Taylor was born in September; J.,-hn
Adams, fierce, J laj-es and Arthur were born
in fW,.Ur, Hii-r,.!,! o.,,l "I '. .11- .. 1. ..:..
, i.iu u i.i. ii -.1 i; liivl il ill
November; Van Uuren was born iu Decem
ber; Washington, Lincoln and IIarri ;o:i wt-i-o
born ia f'ebruary; ladiscn, Jackson, Tyler,
7i laiore and Cleveland were born in Llarch;
Jefferson, Monroe, iJachanau and Grant were
born i:i April; Jolm Quincy Adams and An
drew Johnson were tho only summer birds.
Both we-ro born in July. June, July av.i
August can claim only tie von out of tha
seventy-six men in th'j i?:iat. ."ill t'ue rest
were born in the lucky months.
Sir 'loses Moutofioro was born in October;
-Aluhomet, IVendell I'hillips, Cowpc-r, Joshio
A'eott and George Eiiot wcro Lorn iu r
vember; John Milton a:id Tiiomas Carlylo
were born in December; Lord Byron, Alex
ander Hamilton and James (. Blaine were
born in January; John A. Logan, James
Russell Lowell, Longfellow, Edison and G'e'x.
Hancock were born in J-'cbru'iry; tho great
Napoleon v.-us born in Harch; Bis;arck,
Ait-liaa Patti, IVasLingtou Irving, Charlotte
Bronte, Professor Mcr.se and Handel were
born in ApriL lew York. Press.
Peculiarities cf Visi-poiso ILoa-lhei-, i
E .v-ryb-xiy knows t hat porpoise skia makes j
f;ood shoo string?, good, at least, so far os j
uuraoniiy is concerned, it is not so iveil ! c.
I thoes, and that there is quite a demand for
j them. A porpoUe leather .hoe, if made wel j
" ii i.uii, jrji poise; je'iici.ei aib'J Iiiaiies pooa i
ia the first place, always fda well, f jr, white
it usea cmeny tor shoes Ly "ppc-pio anxious to .
. keep their feet dry, as it" 13 abioiutely im- i
I irmeable to water. WUea it L? wet, how- j
ever, it swells to twice it3 usual tyickneso.
which temporarily Bpoili iU good locks.
Sore From Knee to Ankle
j Skin entirely t;cno Flcrh n mnt
ot rilpoiisc. Lofi ciimini.hccl ono
third In r.io. Condition Hc-po-le-.s
Cured by tho Cullcura
I'm I'n. e 1 .0 i I vv.m alinest 1 1 j . 1 1 -1 1 villi
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was me im ss ef ilhe:.e. .''lin- I Ii '. le, nun
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I 'live ll.'aiu li I'. I i., .Min.
From 145 Pounds to 172 Pcunds.
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. ! . 1 - s is ! ne : :;,. I,,:, iicii :,- c;-.-.i ,ti,n
of ai: liei-i a -a ii tu pi-c i: t their claim -i for ex
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