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ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFfALO.W.T,
Not many jm ojilo may know that the
old frigate (Vuihtitution, w ronnwiicil in
our uniialx, is still inclinli'il among the
vessels of the navy. fr'he is isiuantlel,
nx uiiKht bo expected at her age, and is
kept in that condition at I'ortMnouth,
N. II. bhu ta a craft of 2,'J(I0 tons dis
placement, and now carries no battery
In place of tho forty-four guns of tbe
days of her glory.
It was tho Constitution that, after tha
Inauspicious opening on land of our war
with (ireat liritain, eighty years ago,
led off a series of splendid victories on
tho Bea. The honor of the first capturu
of a British war vessel undoubtedly Ikj-
longs to tho Essex, Captain David Por
ter, whose defeat of the Alert occurred
hi x days bet i. re tuo constitution de
stroyed the Uuerriero.
But tho Essex carried thirty-two S'l-
IHjunders and tho Alert only twenty Im
pounders, so that very soon after open
ing fire tho crew of the little British
rraft, which, having captured one of our
transport had made up to the Essex,
taking her to 1k a merchantman, were
compiled to quit their guns and within
eight minutes to strike their flag. This
conquest, though gratifying, was in
evitable, whereas that of the Constitu
tion was gained over a craft nearer hur
own size and strength.
But while yielding tho laurels of prior
ity to the gallant Essex on this score,
the Constitution, under Captain Isaiic
Hull, can claim them again for success
in a tiial of seamanship between herself
ami a British squadron. Till tiieu af
fairs were looking gloomy for us at sen
as well as on laud. The British frigate
Belvidere, while convoying a fleet of
merchantmen, had escape! from a
whole squadron of our warships, where
as our Nautilus had struck to an
English squadron, being the first war
ship captured on tit her side. Under
these untoward circumstances tho Con
stitution, returning from Europe, fell in
with a British squadron led by the
Africa, a Cl-gun ship.
During four days she was chased by
this squadron. Through calm and
through breeze the flight and pursuit
went on. At one tune slio had boats out
towing her; ut another her crew werj
hauling upon a kedge an'hor that had
been carried out and dropped a long dis
tance ahead. On the fourth day tho
longed for wind came, and with every
fail set the Constitution drew away from
her pursuers, the scene when five frig
aU'S were standing on the Fame tack and
tho Constitution was showing her heels
to her enemies being often recounted
eighty years ago. Some of the historians
describe this as the first of our triumphs
on the sea in that war.
But in our time, of course, the fame
of tho Constitution is more familiarly
associated with her capture of the Guer
riere. It was on Aug. 19, 1812, that the
two vessels met, both eager for a fight.
The scene was oil the coast of Massachu
setts. The British craft, commanded
by tho gallant Dacres, was first to ojM'n
fire, but Hull maneuvered his vessel into
tho right position before he replied. Tho
enemy's mizzenmast soon went by tho
board, followed by her mainmast. When
she struck she was, in fact, so complete
ly used np that she could not be taken
into port and had to bo blown up,
The Constitution was superior in ton
nago and complement, carried more
guns and threw a much heavier weight
of metal in her broadsides; still the ves
sels were near enough matched for tho
victory to produce a tremendous impres
sion on Ixith sides of tho ocean, Alison
describes the "shock of this unwonted
naval disaster" iu England, where the
belief that Britannia ruled tho waves
waa so profound that the American navy
had seemed to bo a mere mouthful for
That same year tho Constitution, un
der Baiubridge, gained another great
victory over tho Java, off tho coast of
lirazil. Tho Java, like her predecessor,
was a 38-gun ship, and in the battle she
lost foremast aud mizzeunuist, besides a
part of her lowsprit; while, to complete
the parallel, like tho Unernere, she waa
so wrecked in the light that she had to
1)0 blown up. It was a great exhibition
of irood seamanship and sum-rior gun
nery on the part of tho American vessel;
for. as Cooimt says, "tho Java had been
literally picked to pieces by shot, spar
following epar until sho had not one
left." Her loss m killed mid wounded
was very heavy.
Finally, in 131"), under commanu or
Commodore Stewart, the famous old ship
luado a doublo capture of the British
friirate Cvane and sloop Levant.
Old Ironsides, as she had come to be
called during tho war, was launchod at
Boston iu 1707; aud who knows imt
when the hundredth anniversary of that
eveut comes around sho may again be
put into commission, bo as to receive cen
teunuil houors.' New iork bun.
A Story of the Lute A. T. Stewart.
1 was a young lawyer at the time,
about poor as a home i;,isionary. I
had to i:n to t':e i.ito A. T. Stewart's to
take bis signal uro to an affidavit. Ho
signed and 1 swore him; then ho wished
to know haw much there was o pay.
In view of what took place afterward, 1
am justified, 1 think, in saying that
what Mr. Stewart expected me to s;;y
when hu asked "How much?" was "Oh.
that's all rigiit."
But I didu't say that; 1 said, "Seveuty
"What?" shouted Mr. Stewart.
"Seveuty-livo cents," 1 answered
i won't pay it," said ho. "You've no
right to ask so much. The price is a
shilling, and that's all I'll give you."
"But, Mr. Stewart," 1 replied, "a shil
ling is tho price when you come to my
oflieo. I've como to your store and I've
a right to charge for my car fare and a
reasonable amount for my tinio. Sev-enty-fivo
cents is really a very email
charge, Mr. Stewart, a very small
"1 won't pay it," ho persisted. "If
yon want a shilling you may have it.
but not ono cent more."
1 got angry then. I gave him one
look, with which 1 intended to convey
tho idea that I held him in contempt
Then I said: "Mr. Stewart, you aro a
poor man and I'm a rich ono. Twenty
tivo cents is nothing to me and seventy
fivo cents is a fortune to you. I'll make
you a present of that seventy-five cents
that you owe mo."
Then 1 made my best dancing school
bow and walked off. Interview in Kew
The r.lTcitlvciiPs uf Modern Guns.
Tho prominenco given to a lecture by
the German doctor, Dr. Billroth, on the
wounded in war, has induced Mr. Archi
bald Forbes to write on the subject
Dr. Billroth estimates that of tao cas
ualties at Weissonburg and Worth dur
ing tho Franco-German war, 80 per cent,
of all tho wounded were caused by rifles,
13 per cent, by tho largo guns, and not
quito 5 per cent, by tho lance and sword.
Mr. Forlies, however, says that tho sta
tistics for tho whole of the war on the
German side prove that over DO per cent,
were duo to riflo lire, about 9 ier cent,
to artillery, and about 1 per ceut. to cold
Tho Binallness of the mortality from
tho French artillery is explained by the
fact that their artillery was notoriously
badly served. Dr. Billroth believes that
tho f uturo will see a still greater pro
portion of deaths resulting from riflo
tiro than from shell. Mr. Forbes points
out that, in doing so, no account lias
been taken of tho probable use of highly
destructive explosives in the shells of
the future. Anuy and Navy Gazette.
How to Care for a Trotter.
When the horso comes in from his
work rub him all over from hid ears to
his tail and down to his knees with wash
as near the temperature of his body aa
jK)Ssible. To make this wash take one
part alcohol, two parts pnro witch hazel
and three or four times as much soft
water as the combined quantity of al
cohol and witch hazel. Every musclo
should bo nibbed thoroughly. Throw a
medium weight blanket over tho horse
now, and let him stand until you havo
put the bandages on.
Use tho same wash for tho legs as for
tho body, but have it cold. After put
ting the wash on the legs, nib them well
with the palm of the hand, always rub
bing down, never up. Put tho bandages
on immediately after tho rubbing. Rub
all his heels perfectly dry with clean,
dry rags. Care should be taken in this,
as cracked heels are very Btubborn uud
often lay a horse up for tho season.
Throw tho blanket back from tho
head and scrape out all wash that re
mains, most of it will havo entered tho
pores of tho body; cover up his shoul
ders and scrape tho rest of the body;
tako a clean, dry rag and rub him all
over lightly, always rubbing with the
hair as much as possible; now put a
light hood on him and an extra blanket
over his loins, and after looking at his
heels again walk him out for about fivo
minutes', then bring him in, and should
ho havo broken out uny while walking
scrapohim again lightly, after which
givo him another light nibbing for say
four or live minutes, when ho should
again bo walked for about ten minutes,
and again taken in and rubbed slightly,
after which put on lighter blankets and
coutinuo to rednco. tho weight as tho
heat leaves the body. Rider and Driver.
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The First Pro tent ant In Japan.
Tho first Frotestant Christian in Ja
pan was one Murata, a military retainer
of tho Lord of Saga, in tho southern is
land of Kiushiu. In 1800 he went to
Nagasaki, by order of his chief, and ono
j eveniug, as ho was crossing the harbor
in a boat, ho picked up a book that was
floating about in the water. Tho writing
ran from sido to side, "like tho crawling
of crabs," and upon sending it to one of
tho Dutch tnen settled at Nagasaki, ho
learned that it was the Christian Biblo,
then a proscrilied book. Curiosity spur
red him on, and he had ono of his as
sistant learn tho language of tho book
and translate it for him, sentence by
His fctudy was continued in 6ecret,
with a few friends, after his return
home. When a diflicult passage was
found, a messenger was sent to Dr. Ver
lieck, a well known missionary then ia
Nagasaki, for its interpretation. Murata
was afterward baptized, and his name
now stands first on the roll of Protes-
taut Chnstians in Japan. London
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A Novel Ve of Electrlo Fans.
The little tfectric motor and the swift
ly revolving fan are familiar objects.
and mftwy a heated brow lias oeen cwiea
by their combination. But the electric
fan ?ias recently found its way into a
strange place, none other than the tur
rets of the powertul iron inoiutor iuiau
tonoiuoh, where the company has placed
four of its perfected fan. outfits. These
are not. as might be supiKised, to cool
off the gunners, but, to blow away the
miioke from tho kuiis. This certainly is
a novel use for the electrio fan. Elec
The Family Cake.
"You can't eat vour cake and have it,
said the wife to her complaining bus-
"And 1 can't eat yours and get rid of
it," he replied, branching off into an
other division of loniestic infelicity.
Women Taking the Place of Men.
In Holland men can no longer be
trusted to work the switches on the rail
ways, and women now fill their places.
This is a slap in the face indeed to tho
nialo ses, and a great triumph to tho ad
vocates of female labor. But we have
yet to see how tho thing works. Tho
men say that there will now bo looking
glasses in the switch boxes, and that the
women will never leave them till they
havo smoothed their last hair and settled
the bow of their last ribbon, and that in
the meantime there will be collisions;
that when left to themselves they never
have been in tinio for tho train as pas
sengers, and will not bo moro punctual
as pointswomen; and, finally, that if they
hear their lover's whistlo anywhere ia
the neighborhood they will pay very lit
tle attention to that of the locomotive.
If these objections are not 'valid, con
clude the men, "we are not Dutchmen."
An lil Fashioned Phrase.
There ia on old fashioned phrase of
hocpitality which cr.nsists of only two
words, and 1 find it a parallel to the
Greek, salutation, and like it, a coin
maud. "Sit by," says tho comfortblo
New England farmer to his guest be
neath his roof. Now compare this com
manding phrase with the more modern
polite question, "Will you partake of
refreslimentii? winch la as empty ana
void as a Chinese invitation, and throws
the choice of acceptance on the guest.
One is tho living soul of speech, the
other a mere dead formality. Detroit
A Cure for Lailncss.
A traveler in tho course of a morning
walk in Amsterdam camo upon a group
gathered around a well, into which a
strongly built man had just been lot
down. A pipe, whoso mouth was at the
top of tho well, had been opened, and a
stream of water from it was flowing into
tho well and gradually filling it. The
man below had quito enough to do, if he
did not want to bo drowned, to koep the
water out by means of a pump which
was at tho bottom of the well.
Tho traveler, pitying tho man, asked
for an explanation of what soemed to be
a cruel, heartless joke.
"Sir," replied an old man standing
near, "that fellow is, as yon soo, healthy
and strong. I have myself offered him
work twenty times, but ho always al
lows laziness to get tho better of him,
and will inako anyexcuso to beg his
bread from door to door, though he
might easily earn it if ho chose.
"We aro now trying to make him real
ize that he must work. If ho vises the
strength that is in his arms he will be
saved; if ho lets them hang idlo ho will
bo drowned. But look," continued the
old Dutchman as he went to tho edge of
the well, "tho fellow finds out that he
has muscles already; in an hour we shall
let him out with better resolutions for
Tho traveler watched until tho man
was liberated from his watery prison,
and felt sure that at least a temporary
euro had been effected. outh s Coin
One Man's Share.
The other day a politician of national
prominenco sat in "tho amen corner,
as it is called, of the Fifth Avenue
hotel, where Republican big guns go in
batteries. Across tho corridor sat
keen eyed, swarthy lifo insurance agent
Presently a newspaper man, who makes
his headquarters at tho up town hotel -
entered and nodded familiarly to botn
politician and lifo insurance agent. They
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were itn unuer obligations 10 mm.
In tho most natural way in tho world
from talking to lioth at almost the same
time, he introduced them, boon after
ward ho strolled on. Now thisparticu
lar life insurance agent had been watch'
ing for months for an opportunity o
making the acquaintance of this particu-.
lar politician. Uo was not Mow to im
prove tho opportunity, now that ho iad
it, and ho wrote a lifo policy of $'j6,UU0
as tho result, Tho next day tho j onnial
ist who bo innocently introduced the
hunter and his prey received "oy mall a
check for $100. Now tliis shows a great
many things among othors, tho enor
mous profits lifo insurance agents must
make when they can give euch commis
sions. John A. Coukerill in New York
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Do not confuse the tauu ,im tiliiRii
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move your pimple . freckles, bla
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Fort Sidney i Jt have a new de
tachment of tr lwi.titv-fir.r
infatry being ordered to New York,
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The Iteath of Christ.
In a book entitled "The Physical
Causes of Christ's Death," the writer
Btates that Christ died from a broken
heart, so thpt, when the soldier pierced
his side, blood and water flowed out
which whould have been an impossibility
if no rupture had taken place.
The Wisdom of It.
Cora Don't you think that law pre
venting one from marrying his deceased
wife's sister waa a very foolish one
Merritt On the contrary, I've alway
considered it a wise one, because there'i
seldom more than one pretty girl in u
family. Nw York Epoch.
When DM the "Glaus Ate" lieglnt
So far as research has been ablo t de
termine, glass was in use 2,000 years be
fore the birth of Christ, fcnd was even
then not in its infancy by any manner
of means. In tho Slaifo collection at the
British museum thew is tho head of a
lion molded in glass, bearing the name
of an Egyptian king of the eleventh
dynasty. This rs the oldest specimen 01
pure glass bearng anything iiko a tiate
now known te exist. Ihe invention now
known as "bleezing," the mode of var
nishing pottery with a thin film of glass,
is believed to dato back to the nrst Egyp
tian dynasty. Proof of this is found in
the pottery beads, glass glazed, found in
tho tombs of tho ago above reierreu w.
St. Louis Republic.
Music That I Seldom Sung.
The raising of an umbrella in the
theater is a bad omen for tho business.
Where la tho man of fearless heart who
will fiing the music of "Macbeth" or
"Mi'ir Merrilies" other than at the re
hearsal or production of those plays?
Slmnld be attempt it he will be "sat
down upon" in great slxipe and very
hard bv the other nieniuers 01 tne com
nanv. Of all bad omens the singing of
that music is among tho worst. Chicago
Robert Toombs' AiItIo.
A lawyer went to Robert Toombs and
asked what he should charge a client in
a case to which Mr. Toombs had just
listened in the court house. "Well," said
Toombs, "1 should charge $1,000, but
yon ought to have $5,000, for you did a
great many things tbatl would not hay 1
ALIttlo ' f8 Experlencem a LlgMt
Nr. at A yif ,oren Trcscott arc
keeper ft.0f fu Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand (.ach Mich, and are blessed
with 'daughter, four years. Last
Apvil she taken down with Measles,
i .lower! with dreadful Cough nf"l
Earned into a fever. Doctors Vd
Uome:.ind at Detroit treated, but fin
vain, she grew worse rapidly, until
she Was a mere" handful of bones".
Then she tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and after the use of two
tftid a half bottles, was completely;
cured. They say Dr. King.s t
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nncially able to curry out an oblig
ations made oy tiieir linn.
West & lruax, Wholesale DrjL
cist, Toledo Ohi
oc larviti, hole
Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken into
nally, action directly upon the blood
nnd mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, wc. per bottle. Sold by all
DriifgiBt; Testimonials free.
One Fare for the Round Trip.
The H. & M. will fell round trip
tickets for one fare to Hot Springs,
Arkansas, on the following occa ;
(dons: Meeting of the Goverunien ,
Keservntion improvement nsssoct
ntion, April 12. Tickets will be sol
April 7 and 8. inclusive: final retnr
limit Mnir in V
...... V, . . I. J AU.
District meetinrr Southm nni
Central Turnvereiti, May 0 ml 1
Tickets will be sold May 0 and?;, in
elusive; final return, June 10. '
n ( tin. Knutliurti lr.iuK.'iurint
rhnrch. Mav 10. Tickets will In
sold Mav 10 and 17. inclusive: tin
to return, June 13. V
hor further information inqsi
at ticket niurc. R I itui t-
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