AMERICUS, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1884.
Daily, Per Year,...£6.00
Weekly, “ ... 2.00
ON POTTOS AYEMUE,
; ity '
on th vi
jMfl, 71 miles
lu, nn .Kid iibout b0 iui cm north of tb»-
vi i »*• It im Kituated in the fin»>t
:‘'. n „ n 0 f Georgia, raMi’i! » neater vari-
iv .fi'wr.ciIiumI and lioriicn tnral pro-
j„„, s iliaD nn.v oilier | art or tLe Bomb,
ni„liiiiinu all tlio Irnlta. grain nod r, g-
i blmof ibd tf«»P•TaUnnd •emi-lTopical
corn. rye, oats, i ice, Irish
nd *w«et | otntnpH, pi limits, chulaa,
Lu o.P'"'.► u 6 ,r ca<,e - "Pr 1 "- i ,ear »'
i.Khch*-!*. urupea, plum* and other fruila.
TheeliuiAb* 1* nil lit and npwldc. and one
,be iin-at healthV in tho wor d the air
lei'»fl|*tireai»d rj awl most bem-flaial or
lnniniitd throat diseases. All kinds *f
onid'or work o»n be pel formed without
in..*aveiiieuce from aumnor he it or
ttiai.r cold. Ameiicns I>a« a population
(fC/ht), is beantilnlly sltu-ted on high
gu i'ri'llii g ground and i-oaRts of some« f
the hnnihsiii" *1 business Id ’cka in the
&, a tli. Tne city Ins tine public
^.■dtlnrclus; a largo pub.in library;
,. r e daily, one aemi-we»kly and two
vr.ekly newsp-pera; a new opera luma’,
c.iuip • tely fnrt tsb-d wiu* seen hi y and
cntmiile ois ii'inu 1 000 person*; a well
ptMinzi-d tire depiituifiit, including
line 61 iimrs; the streets are will
iavf.fi, be^ered and lighted; tin re are
tuo fl airing mills, a c •ttouaeed oil mill,
iliiDing mill and v..ri-ty w. rka, cariiage
fu - ''T«, mid a number of minor luanfucto-
rirs; ihoiii i wo hundred Hrms are engaged
ui norcinlile busin s ; thr»e banks with
ah nhnnrlince «f capital; two good
In,ids tnrnbk good accoiiiuiodationa.
Anaricus is the c *ntr« o. trade frsx
cotiu'ieM eoinpri ing the rnb*rt auric il-
liinls'C ion tu Georgia, the iivpr^ an*
diikI cotton r*cei|*ts being 3J,00U biLu,
wliicti util be largely increi.s d l».v the
cntii|il*tioti of the P<• s‘ou and Lumpkin
railiand i.ow in pn cess of c ■nsirudion.
It is the l.rgeat city *n Sen'll west Ge< r-
gi•. fttid has lie*n appropriat*ly mined
tin- ‘ Comim rend Ci p tat” of that eec-
li"t», and it is rapidly g owing in popn-
lalion ii ml wealth. A* a t lace of bit i-
nrn residence it pram's nttraeti ns
iqii,|fd by lew ci ies in ilie e*‘Ulh.
Pr*-peity of all kiud< is compuwive'y
cliTp, hltln tub rapidly advancing in
valut; ilio 111) abltnnt- of lmtli city and
coinarv arc enltivated, courteoi
I •"■pitdile, with a cordial welcomo
m^ranlM. To onterpifsing iraibsuien, ju-
dii-ionscapi'almts and indo-oiioim f.iiun
(ts tliH section of Geoigia offers tine op.
jwintiina Any information in teganl
locitv nr country will b* cheerfully far-
riislied'byaddressing the AmguicL's 11k<
CUUDKli, Amerieue, Ga.
AND WHY NOT?j, fVOnPITtl, PRIZE
Wliv should not GYLES the
CLOTHIER and HATTER Bell
the FINEST and BEST lilting
CLOTHING lower than any other , _ , ,
meicliant in Southwest Ueorgin. I LOUI8MUI81 State Lottery COi
In the first place lie buys fori “lib ao hereby certify that ice supervisi
CASH pays no BIG REX f enga I the arrang. meats for allthe Monthly line
go- 1111 Isrirp array of EXPEN ‘‘iemi-Annunl Dmaingt of The Lumtimt
SIVE CLERKS, etc
Look n hat a profit is right here
saved to you. Th'.a alone ensbli's
him to sell goods at least FIFTY
PER CENT, less than these slow
plodding dealers who are almost
gasping for breath at GYLES’
LOW PRICES. These concerns
are desperate now because ol their
inability to compete.
DOWN WITH PRICES!
Says GYLES, and they TREM
BLE because they knowthev can’t
lollow. Tli ir expenses arc enor
mous and so they hove to sell for
Sotneb'siv lias got to bear it,
and it is YOU. eustomer, that has
it to pay. You, yourself, don't
indulge in any sui-h extravagance I
Will von tolerate ‘t in others?
NO, YOU WON'T! We know
you loo well-lor that.
THEN FORWARD! MARCH!.!
Just fall right in the procession
to Ode's Corner and buy there
where $25 will go further than $50
The band will please strike up,
Hiil to the Chief
Cl-thiero this happy land;
His melt.’» 4 Low Prie-s."—
With the iiugt-ls he'll stand.
aye and emit ol the Dtaxeinye Ihcmitltee,
and that the tame me conducted with hon-
cety,fairneet, and in good faith touard all
parties, and tee authorise the Company to
use this certificate, teith facsimiles of out
signatures attached, in its advertisements.'
260lli Kill 1105. PRICE OMY $1,
rmssium * ihisimss anus
la n r mts.
C. It. JIcCKOKY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TKIOH-All clbina from |30 or nn«lor, #3;
foil • 01„ §5un, leu P •!• c ci. 5 over fo* o, niveo
pur rt i,i. 4 \\. cliurut-u unltj$nco.U’Ctlon« *-r« inode.
ai o n tr.
Dr. 0. B. RAINES,
81 UGR9V 4.VD PII181CUN,
hi* |.ri, ckt'oinl Rorvicoo, with »n <*xpcrl»
DR. C. A. BROOKS,
>ft nt li.vi*'« , ».rt’a Jrui Rtoro will r
•tmn 'on WI.I t»e ound nt nt?! 11
c of C *1. S 11. lUwkliia, corner Le
MIS CEL L A XEO US.
l M .HYSEtF.
a Great Meal IVoik mi Manlmod,
nnd l*liy>lcal Dtf*
. 125 |
KxUauRtel Vlbill^v, Ncrv
billiy I'n m iture I)*c tn-
You li, *i d tho ii'itoltl iiiincrif- reeulilnu
dii-reiioii or •*ce»*PR. A b**t,k
yountr, middle n’o mid old. It c<
icr pti >n>« lor nil acute ;md clir n
one O' wh>cb 19 inraluabh
th -r, wIhim* rxib-rlenco
prohil,ly never bvIO'o l«'ll . .
cl ill. if 0 pa if. a hound in b. nttli'ni P ten
cmWww coverR, lull ulit, aumnutcod to be n liner
work In every pens**— nit cl.niiicul, literary and
prt.fe»aional-thun u. y oiher work sold In ihla
coiiutr,' or #2 50, or i he money will b*. re I undid
!>u»d br the ou-
y.-ar* ia »nrh na
lot., any ibyai-
l'rice only #1 by
Hi.mpla 0 cent*. r>. na now
vyanlcl ilie authm by the National
Medical Aa»K?i"tl.>n, to tho ofllccra nr which hr
Th'R lK»-'k should l^» rend bv the yotm& for ln-
rtr etio*., an l oythoafflicied for relief
iKS'iniit all.—London bancrt.
Th r • la "o *. e nho of ao-icty to
book W'll n >t be li e nl, whether ) out
ir ardl.n, |..aTU lor.»rcl.'nrvtpan.-Ar
Ad*Irena the t'i‘*>HNty Medical InaMlu
*■ - street, .
have Utfll d
lure lor Kduc-itlotial nn 1 Chariiahfe (iirporrs—
with a capital of #l,ofl0,uoo-to which _
. 1 State Con$t'tut!i
adopted December 2d. A. D.. 18*9.
The only bAt-rif over i~ttd on and endorsed Ip
the people •>/ any State,
It never toilet or postponi
Its Grand kIdrIr Numbar Drawlaia
take plara monthly.
A gpr.RNniU OPPORTUNITY TO
WIN 4 FORTUNE. KLKVKNTII <1 HAND
DUAWI.N'tl, CLASS L. IN TilK ACADEMY
OF Ml’SIC, NKA Oil! KAN'S, iCKSUAY,
November 11, 1884 I74th Monthly Draw
CAPITAL PRIZE, $13,000,
100,000 llekets at Fire Hollars Each,
Fractions, In Filths, In Proportion,
LIST (I* FRIZES:,
1 CAPITAL PKIZe. ,7*,noo
t do do SB,(KKl
Macon, Oct. 22.—The Bicycle
Race recently arranged, promises
tojic one of the principal features
of the State Fair, Seven races
have iicenarranged—four for Tues
day evening, the 28th, and three
for Wednesday morning, tho 29th.
About $300 in prizes make up the
purses and every Bicyclist will
have a chance ac some of the money
and medals. The grand strtet
parade will take place Tuesday atl
There are thirty-six entries in
the grand walking match. Among
them arc Smith and Lewis, of
Americus, who will have to do some
good work for Southwest Georgia.
The walking match track is arrnng-
re * M " cd on the style of ancient amphi
theatres and something like a cir-
cub ring, but much nicer and
stronger. The track is soft and
spongy and is as good as are made.
The match is exciting much inter
est throughout the Slate.
A nice little shuwer fell this af
ternoon, cooling the earth and lay
ing the dust, for the first time in
seventy-five days. Everything is
refreshed, and everybody jubilant,
Umbrellas are again in vogue, and
the people in n good humor.
e of the < o.npany in New OiIpi.o*.
nfnrtn li. n write -e..ily, alr^a
P04TAL NOTES, Eiprwi
Mi.n.'V Orders, or New York Kxchamre
n-ry letter. Curr«ncvby Kxpr*r> (nH'Ruraa *>
05 ii ml upward b> &xpie$o at our expenae) ud-
d t cued
U. A. DAUPHIN*
New Orleans, U,
or W. A. DAUPHIN,
007 Peventh St.; YVaahlnaton, D. ft.
Mako P. O. Mouev Order* imyaoie and addreu
Brglatered I.ettere to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK
New Or)cane. La.
W. II. V
itulilnch Street, Boetm
oh »!l di
i II and • xperi -nci'. (-’hro'ilu
ALUOTTOX, .... GEORGIA
1) PL,.Trlii,-. Brickwork rn I llouccwnik
trlMinijic, ..velaliy. JL-psIrms done. Ool-t.
; J would renpectfully eU'e to the public thet
1 mu i*uw pri'iKiii. d t.i
repair old GINS I
iii «'t|crtcuc» of aevcrul
elti m n iiHctori*'*. I know
»» tio.. 411 wisrk ge r«K.
> Irh me f.itliei oii .lurer-on
r r A- Ollv.-rV -bo... Work
• I P. A. CA51 KUO31
J. Mt'ler. C, Horace ilcCaJJ,
Moiiuiiipntal Marble Works,
MILLER It Mc«.'ALL, Pruprlrturs,
i 'liihrve-rt Corner of die f'utitie Square,
Monuments, Tombs, Etc., Etc.
°f tiie Italian nml American Marble.
r tiilence of L C. Bmreit. on
s * r **«l now ncmpiel Ly A. A.
** given Nepieuiboi 1,
,, A PHy to j K0 . M. Cocss.
Mayor and City Council of Americna,
Genraiit, vk. Georgo 8. Brush and the
ihuiliiittaii Artrsmn Well Co.
Attucliiuent in Sumter Superior Court,
levvingau oril^r for «h1c under Seeiion
3048 «*f th- C d« of G. orgi i.
By virtneofan order of the Hon. AlWn
Foil, J.nlg* of »be Superior Court of th
Si>uiliwestern Circuit, passed on October
701 11, 1884.
Will be sold before the f'-onrt House
door in the city of Americus, Ga , on
Friday the 3l*t Hay of October 1884 be
tween I be u»ual and legal hour* of sale,
one flF'Hni b tiler, steam engine, deriick
and al) the personal property nsed in the
•tigging or b 'ring of ttie Artisian Well in
the city of Aiueriuns, G.i. Levied on by
vntne of an atiaebment in favor uf
Mayor and City Couocil of Americus v*.
Georg** S Brush and the Manhattan Ar
tesian Well C irnpaDy.
lMttruahl to the next Supeilor Court
of s*id F>oi)oiYand levied on ua ibe prop
erly of said defendants.
J. W. MIZF, S'leriff.
Americus, Ga., Oct. 20th, 188*.
oc 21 ids
INSURE WITH THE
N.rwicli Union Fire Insurance Society
A. L. UEES, Agent,
At Hank of AmerleuM
lift 27 m2
• tints i f B ldwins A Dav.nport is dis-
■>lv< d by mutual
oct20.1aw 3 tr
And Lunch Room.
Thin is to'in arm my old frli*nd$ and cwdomers
that 1 lave oper-cd s I unc' Room nml KprIh man
at my »lsnd opjawlie F«l«*i'i Wnrehou»e, where
J am ready to piepaia
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
FrfRh Fish and Oysters for Sale.
For lady curt'it'cra I have prepared 'a aeparattr
room, where they will receive pion.)t.and coum
..us H le ti.it>,
MptSSail •SOHN A. TURPIN.
w. j. Pnii*! IPs.
JOHN 8. MIER8.
We call the aitenuon of the public thefcet
that we are prepared In till ull order* for Fresh
Bread, Cake*, Candy, fctc.» of our own make—
food and pure. We kr* p u’*> <;..nrv<rtloue and
Oroceriea, uhlcb we * 11 at ti e ru'Inc prise*
Buy aud sell Country l*n (lute. Uivc ua a call.
IF. J. I'll ill irs ,e co.
Copartnership No ice.
1 have 'hi* day ae»o<ia!e.i with tn my Hide
and C iinirta Ion t.usii.ea* Mr. C. A. BKI.Lto b-T
ur ctrryon :h.- -iuw, »i myoldrti.nd on (NmItu
Ave v.., under the firm name and ,!>!« M.
CullKN Ji CO. Kc»^ectliil!y,
6. M. Coll BN.
Thmikinf the public for tie IH«.rat i»ntion»s«
THE CONTEST IN SEIV YORK.
_ it It.
the poirbaae ««f m
f.o'MHi yf.it ind liberal n
» ptKWU ,1
. M.COlJKN A CO.
STAMM till TLIiltIXE!
la the best routi net* <1 and flu
fibed.g ve* lot.r pe»e«ut»*e.
w ie |'»>vr*r,ard «d<i t»r lea#
mouey. per hoae p»w. r, than
’ anyoth r Turbine In me world
r nr-New pa.i.pi let •■•nt free, by
1)11114., New Y«rV
Ravin - sold o. r millina in'frests in nTJ17 A1>T PMRPP
■bis city t.> lb* Amerii-n-. Oil Company. TjtlJljAl DUillDIjll*
r| ,Bell’ -p'.
T.i r.m about a f.m. male farm with
nii.l-a, cm, f id.l.r and pUi taiion tool*.
I’.ac- mii-t n-. have lo-al canal for >ick-
n.«a. Will aivo «ood reference. IM-aae
apply ai thiaoffice. .ici9a3t
AFirat-Cian White Ccok. Apply at
bla «S«. «eU2lI
t 'bem .
1 Ch,oap Engines.
i I have f-ir aaie a f-w ( roper Portable
' Enign. a, the be., made, which I will aell
! .lilt cheap if called foiaoon.
j aep!7u B. X. BYRD.
Randall, Ga., Oct. 20.—Tu pa
rlay, loch, Mr. Henry 'MullrV little
3 yetr old boy was severely burned
The next day, Wednesday, little
Lizzie, daughter of Frnnk and
Tuonie Cooper, was so badly burn
ed tbat she died on Friday, while
Frank was in Americus. She was
roasting coflee in the yard, when
her clothing caught fire.
Wc had a runaway wedding, Sat
urday night j or rather, one o’clock
Sunday morning. The house of
Weeks has again been united to
the bouse of Scarborough. H. B.
Lawson's first oflluial act. No
cards—no time for any.
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.
Another Cnsa In Which Dealers m
Cotton Futures Are Interested,
Auolsta, Ga., Oct 22.—In the
case uf the National bank, of Au
gusta, against Hubert Cunningham
in the superior court, being a suit
r the payment of a note lor $3,-
500 given by defendant to Warren,
Wallace & Co. and discounted by
the National bank, based, it is al
eged, upon futures in cotton, tac
note being given by Cunningham
to a commission merchant to cover
margins, the court charged that it
the transaction was speculation in
fuluies, the note was void in the
bands of all parties, whe'ber inno
cent holders or otherwise. The jury
found for the defendant. Judge
Roney in charging tue jury, held
that il a part of the considc.ation
was legal and a part illegal, that
the legal part should stand. Thia
asc has excited much attention,
having bren before the courts tor
sonic time. Tho Supreme Court
in this case has also decided that
future coutracta are illegal and
void. In delivering his opinion.
Justice Blandfurd speaks of faro,
brag and poker as lame, gentle,
submissive animals compared to
ibis monster, future speculation,
which he characterized as a (ero
clous beast allowed to stalk about
in open mid day with gilded aigns
and flaming advertisements to al
lure unhappy victims to its cm
brace ol death and destruction.
A new species of wild borse,
found in Central Asia, baa been
biofgl t to St. Petersburg. It is
met with in troopsof live to fifteen
led by an old stallion. The species
has highly sensitive powers of
hearing, smell and sight, and is
very shy and fleet. The long hair
of the tail does not begin till about
midway down the tail. On the
abort, erect mane there is no fore
lock, and there is no dorsal stripe.
The city, says a New York spe
cial to tbe Philadelphia Times Oct.
20, seems to be the focus of tbe
Presidential battle. Tho leaders
of both parties claim to have so
decreed and to bo laying their
plans accordingly. The Republi
cans say they h»vo beeu forced by
tbe action of their opponents to Jet
the doubtful Western Slates take
care of themselves and to concen
trate their efforts where the enemy
is massing his forces. A gentle
man high up in tho secrets of the
Republican National Committee
outlined the cituaiion to me to day
“Our people have decided that
the party must lake tbo risk ol
making the light right here in New
York. It is putting alt the eggs
into ono basket and risking a great
issue upon a single point. But tn
lividc our strength and continue
an aggressive campaign in the
wavering Western States would he
to invito defeat here, where it
would be fatal. To lose New York
woo'd mean defeat in Connecticut
and New Jersey. To carry tbe
Fmpire Sta'e means success in
these two adjoining States. They
will stand or fall by tbe action of
New York. Therefore it has been
thought best to concentrate the
range of battle right in this
city. The local Republican lead
ers in Indiana, Michigan and Wis
consin must take care of them
selves. Not much effort or money
will be spent upon the Republicans
in the interior of New York. Tbe
local organizations in New 'York
u'ty are to bo left to take care of
themselves, and what money can
be raised by tbe Republican mana
gers will be used to keep alive the
Dera'.cratic differences in the city
and tu strcngihen the Butler move
men*, here. New Jersey and Con
necticut will get a majority of the
speakers at the command of the
National Committee during the
remaining days of the contest.’’
MONEY NOT PLENTY.
Nantucketers hive had a habit
of being l>orn at various distant
points on the globe. Cause, father
and mother on whale ships. Port
made; child born; possibly Valpa
rsiso, Honolulu. Rio Janeiro, or
midocean. Tbe birth entry of some
Nantucket childien read* : “Born
in latitude 30 north, 42 w««t from
mtridiaa of dries wish, a »oa,” *U.
“Are you pretty iroll fixed for
•No. The Republican Commit
tee is comparatively poor. This
civil service business has played
havoc with its treasury. In 1880
more than $200,000 was coalribu
ted to tbo campaign fund by ofiice-
hol 'ers. This year only about
$20,000 has been received from tho
100,000 men who hold fat places
hy the grace of the Republican
party. This falling ofl in the rev
enue of the cimmittco has been
very severely fell, the moro so be
cause private individuals Imvc been
exceedingly niggardly in their
contributions. Many men who
have formerly given from $1,000
to $2,000 hesitatingly givo from
$50 to $100 this year. Then the
dd atnlwart crowd, which always
gave liberally, won’t put up a cent,
and it is as much as a bargain if
wc get them to vote the ticket.
Then tbo Independents were al
ways worth something to the rev
enue ot the committee, but this
year they me on the other side,
and there arc a great many more
of them in Ibis State than we care
to acknowledge. Wc discover that
fact more and marc every day In
soliciting subscriptions. Private
ilizens don’t seem to give freo'y.
Tbo first question asked, even
among those who have clamored
loudest about divorcing the public
service from politics, is: ‘Why
don’t tbe officeholders pay up?
They are more interested in party
success than anybody else.’
Ills very embarrassing to be
obliged to tell this class that the
lamor for civil service relorrn has
taken $170,000 out of tbe trensury
of the National Committee. These
are only a few of the difficulties
which stand in Lite way of the Re
publicans in pressing upon busi
ness rnen the neurssities of tbo
campaign. It takes nearly all of
Mr. Elkins’time to look for money
to meet the current expenses.
Every dav be is down town with
tbe business men, sometimes with
out very great success. Never
before has the National Committee
been in such a position in relation
to finances. It is often difficult
for them to meet fie current ex
penses of the workers and speak
ers who are employed hy them.
This naturally breeds a great deal
of dissatisfaction among the boys,
especially in this city, who have
been looking forward to making a
living for a few weeks out of poli
tics. But we will get the money.
It will take a few dnya to replenish
alter Ohio, but it will come.
Wbtthtr our oppontnt* are in any
bsttsr (bap* flaaaalell/, i do not
know. Genera ly speaking, they
don’t need quite as much money
as we do, for their orgnniziiion is
mare easily bandied and not often
liable to go astray.”
T AMMAN t’? RATIFICATION.
New York, Oct. 21—Immense
crowds ol people assembled to
night in and about Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets and Irving Place
to attend the great Tammany rati
fication. There was speaking from
seven different stands in that part
of the city; but the principal meet
ing was in Tammany Hall, which
was packed to its utmost capacity.
Mayor Ed-ion, who presided, read
letters Irom a number of prominent
Democrats, and after brief remark*
introduced to the audience as tbe
first speaker Senator Bayard, who
was received with great entbusi*
asm. Seldom bas any speaker met
with such a welcome in this city.
At almost every sentence bo was
interrupted by applause, which nt
the close of bin address swelled
into a great outburst of excitement
anil enthusiasm. Hn was followed
by ex Gov. John B. Carroll, of
Maryland,and ex-Aenator Tburman
both of whom were loudly cheered.
Resolutions wero unanimously
adopted indorsing Cleveland and
Hendricks and the Tammany nomi
nations for city ollices and Judges
of the Court ot Appeals, and com
mending them to all who desire
good government and who are
interested in having tbe offices
filled by men ol moral courage,
unwavering honesty and devotion
to the trusts committed to tbeir
care. During the speaking a mon
ster procession, consisting of more
than 20,000 torch bearers, marched
past Tammany Hall and the sever-
u! outside stands and filled that
part of the city with the glare of
torches and fireworks and a roar ot
A Peculiar Hebrew Tribe.
Between Damascus and Jerusal
em is a tribe of about 3,000 He
brews, which has been there pro
bably since tbe beginning of the
Christian era. They have neither
city nor town; they live in camps.
The temple is represented by a
moro spacious tent. They have
never admitted among them a per
son of a different race or religion,
t heir ordinary language is Hebrew.
In tbeir relations with others they
speak Arabian. These relations,
however, are very few, for they
have remained, like tbe primitive
races, exclusively tillers of tbe
soil and warriors. They cultivate
the ground, ar:ncd Irom head to
foot, always ready to delead tbeir
portion of earth, from which, with
great dilficulty, they derive a
meagre sustenance. They five on
little, and are content to thus live
in this sort of native country,
which they have occupied for cen-
A committee Ima been formed
in Paris for tbe purpose of organi
zing a beauty show. The comi eti-
ti hi will he an international one,
• id it ia intended to throw it opto
to icmalee between twenty and
tlilr'y years ot ago only. Intend
ing competitors are asked to com
municate with the committee,
which is established at 41 Rue de
Lille, and where photographs of
the candidates will De laken as a
preliminary measure. Tbe idea of
holding this show comes from
Peslh, which has already bad its
“Concours de Beauties.”
The government of Germany has
detected an extensive adulteration
of leather. It ia accomplished by
soaking the tanned hides in glucose
and drying them, which adds to
their we'glit and apparent solidity,
and increases their value. It was
detected hy soaking the leather in
water twenty-four hours.
The Ilorshoe Fall, at Niagara,
has worn away the rock and reced
ed a distance of 100 feet in tbe
last thirty-four years.
New York sells annually about
100,000,000 pounds of butter, of
which the Commissioner of Agri
culture claims over one-half a*
Thia I0*t of Going West
To Colorado or Xuw Mexico, for pore
air to relieve Connumptiost, in all a mis
take. Any reasonable uiad would one Dr.
Boaanko'a Cough nod Lung syrup for
ConaumptioD in all its first atagea. It
never fplls to give relief in all cases of
Conglta, Colds, Bronchitis, Paine in tbe
Cheat and all affections tbat art consider
ed primary to Conanmptloo. Price* GO
•«nu and *1. W, Sold by A* l Hud**