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Moecow burned on Friday. Mayflonver laaded on Friday. Bastile was burned on Friday. Washington was bom on Friday. Sheakespeare was bom oii Friday. America was discovered on Friday. TJncoln was assassinated o-a Friday. Queen Victoria was married on Friday. Battle oí Mtwengo was foug-lit on Friday, Kling Charles I. was beheadod on Friday. liattle oí Wataripo was fonght on Friday. Julius Caesar was assassinated on Friday. Battle oí New Orleana was foueht on Friday. ■Toan of Aro was burned at the stake on Friday. Declaratiom of IiMiependence was Ni.niii'd on Friday. A Burglar Captured. 'J'liis morning about two o'clock, . Jolni AYo-od, the well-known plumber who resides om Main st., waa awakened by hearing glasé break. On getting out of bod he received a blow on thé head. He immediately grappled with the burglar, and after a terrible struggle succeeded in holding liim until hls wifc obtained help. On being searched at the station, Mr. Wood's watch and wallet were found on his persom. He gave the name of Rcvbert Terry. The broken gless proved to be a bottle of Sulphur Bitters which had almost cured Mrs. Wood of rheumatism. - Exchaaige. There is too much alum to be liiealthy in much oí the bakers' rolls and bread of the periiod. In all -vell regulated families lettuee is rhoroughly examined before it ie sent to the table. Anglomuniacs -would rather lose an eye tooth than miss their English mufftne for breakfast. A smile is jirovoked whon readhig on the hotel bill-of-fare the item of "champagne jelly." There are tliose wlio say thab fresh choclate cake is one of tha things not to bc handled "without gloves. Fiish made up into croquettcs is not not always as fresh as same of the new college students. T have been bothered with eatarrh for ab'owt twenty years; I liad lost nense oí smell cntirely, and I had almost lost my hearing. My eyes were gettlng so dim I had to et some one to tliread my needie. Xow I have my hearing as well as I ever had, and I can see to thread as fine a needie as ever I did. my sense oï smcll is partly restored, and it seems to be improving all tlie time. I think there is nothdng like Ely' Otreain Balm for eatarrh. - Mrs. E. E. Grimes, Redrill, Perry Co., O. A western ijapor speaks of a man who tvirned into an alley. This is more wancterful than turning water mto milk by a good deal. A college edtication nowadays seems to be mostly out of doors. .Tnstice movcf so slowly in these days tliat people believe Bhe Is lame ;i: wel! as blind. In most cases people who snoer at tors are ashamed of their own.


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