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t think of tnoe, when toft and low, ., "
' The zephyr sighs along tho valo, , ' 1
Or whon tho ennsot's golden glow '
Lights tp the hill and flowory dale.'.
I think of thee when all Is lono
And silent o'er the grassy lea ; . ,
And when the howling storm Is gouo -I
think of thee, I thiik of thee.
I think Of thoe when morn ltluaca ; T -,
. Tho roev tkVjWtth (loodt of llffht i
And the little bird Us song resumes
Upon the mountain's rocky height.
I think of thee when far away,'
Upon llfo's wild and stormy sea . - h.-
' Or when I mingle with the gay "
I think of thee I think of thee.
: MAEETLNGA CONVIGT.'
I had served twonty. five years on board
an East Indiaman, and for tho last ten
years bid commanded tho Bello, one of
tho hncst oralis that ever floated. I was
an old spa dog, and had dwolt so long on
salt water that I felt almost a hatred for
On tho 20th of October, 1821. I re
coived orders to pat myself in readiness
to sail lor Uaycnno. I wes to transport
seventy livo soldiers and a convict. I had
orders to treat this individual well, and
the lettors 1 bad received from the Di
rectory enclosed another, with a hu?e rod
seal, which I was Dot to opon until .bex
twecn i and ico deg. vest longitude;
that Is, just before wo were about to oross
the lino. ; . . -;
Tho letter was a lone packet, so well
closed on every side that it. was imnossi-
ble to catch the slightest glininso of its
contorts. Iam not naturally supcrsti
tlons, but there wis eomcthiug in tho
look ol the letter that 1 did not altogeth
er like, though I could give no reason
why. However, I carried it into tho Mb-
in, and stuck it under the glass of lit
tle old shabby English clock, which was
fastened above my head. I was busy fix
ing the letter under the clock, when who
hould come into tny cabin but the con
vict and bis wife 1 This waj tho first
time I had soen either of them, and
may any that a more prepossessing eonplc
l never met x u woman - sanely
more than fifteen, and as handsome as a
picture ; whilo the husband was an intel
ligent, magniuoicntly formed man, ou
whose fealurei naturo had never written.
His crime to be plain, was tho misfor-
tuue of being a hundred years ahead of
his age.. lie and others had attempted
something which our government called
treason, and which it punished with
death. It therefore, occasioned mo con
siderable wonder that he should bo plaocd
undei my charge ; but moro of this after
wards. He had, as I said, his wife hanging on
his arm. Slio was as merry as a bird ;
she looked liko a turtlo dove oooing and
ocnuiiig ucncniu ins great wing.
Before a month had passed over onr
heads I looked upon them as mv own
children. Every morntmr I used to call
them into my cabin. Tho young follow
wound sit writing at my tablo, that is to
say, at my chest, which wa my bed. He
would olten help mo at reckoning, and
soon learned to do better than I could.
I was amnrcd nt his ability. His vouns
wifo would sit upon ono of the round
stools in my cabin, working at her needle.
Uno day wo were all thrco sitting in
this way, when I said :
"Io you know, my young ones, as it
seems to me wo make a very pretty fami
ly pioture f mind, i don t mean to ask
questions, but may be you have net much
money to spare, and you aro,both of you,
too bandsomo to dig in tho burning sun
of Cayenne, liko many a poor wretch bo-
fore you. it s a bad country a bad
oouutry, tako my word for it. I, who
have roughed it though tempest, wind
and sunshine, till I've the skin of a
rhinoceros, might get alone thcro ; but
you I am afraid for you. So, if you
should cbanoo to have a lit of foolish
friendship (or your poor old captain, I'll
tell you what I'll got rid of this old brio-:
she's not much better than ' an old tub.
after all ; to I'll settle mysoll down thero
with you, if you like. You boo I have
not a living soul in tho world to care for.
or that cares for mo. X want relations, I
wani a nome, i want a iimily. 1 should
like to make my borne with you, my pret
ty young ones f What say ye?"
They said nothing at all. but sat look
ing, first at eaoh other and then at me,
ss if they doubted whethor they under
stood what I said.
At last the littlo bird threw her arms
around my neck and oncd like a baby.
"iut, sam she, suddonly pausing,
-you uavcu c iook oa at tho lottor With
the bin; red seal !" .- - v i
J "Hang It!" I exclaimed, "it W' aliif.
pod lit mind entirely.''
With a cold, droadlul sensation, I went
to my ohest to lee where wo were. I
found that we. had sevoral dava remain
ing before we should reaoh the proper
iuuuuub iur opening luo lultor.
Well there wa atnnri. .11 II, mo r
looking up at the lettor as if it oould
have spoken to ui As ii happened the
sun was shining full upon the 00 or the
dock ease, and full upon the groat staring
red seal of the letter, I could not .help
faooying it looked something like ' a -big
moDstor, an orgro s inca, grinning Irom
tho middle of the Ore ; it lookod horrid.
"L'ould not one fancy," said I, to make
laugu, "n great pig eyes were
Starting out of Ifs head" ?"
"Ah, my love," said mo wue, "it
looks like blood."
"Pooh, pooh 1" said hor husband, tak
ing horarm under his, "its like a lotter of
invitation to a wodding. tjomo, como,
leavo the lettor alone if it troubles you
so. Lot's go to our nom and propare for
And iff they went upon deck and loft
me with that beast of a letter. I ro
momber that I kept looking at it as I
smokod my pipe ; It seemed to fix its
groat red eye upon mine, fascinating like
the eye of a serpent. ' It was red, wide,
raw, staring like the maw of a nerce woll.
I took my great coat and' hung it over
botb sleek; and letter, .and , went. upon
dcok to finish my plpov -1 ' - ' '
We wore now in the vicinity of Cape
do Vcrdo Islands the IJolle wns.running
beforo a fair wind at the rato of ton miles
an hour. It was Bplcndid tropical night
the stars largo and shining ; the moon
rising abovo tho hor'raon, as large as a sun
of silver, tbo line of ocean parting it,
and long Btrcam or bare, shimmering
ngnt lulling upon the waves, wnicn, as
they broko, sparkled like jewols. I sat
upon tho dcok, smoking my pipo and
looking at tnem.
AU was still, except the footfall of. all
of the officers of the waloh, as he paoed
tho deck gazing, as I was, upon the shad
ow of tho vessel, stealing over tho silent
I lovo silenco and order I liuto noise
and confusaiou. The lights should all
havo been extinguished by this time : but
when I looked upon tbo dock I thought
lsaw a little red hue 01 light loneatb
my feet. At another time and place this
would have made mo angry ; but knowing
tne light camo irom tho cabin ot my lit
tle drportei, L determined, to ice what
they wcro about.
I bad only to look down I could see
into the cabin from the skylight.
The young girl was upon hor knocs,
sue was; saying' ncr prayers, i A lamp
swinging from tho ceiling fieri) tod her
room. She bad on a long, white night
dress, and her fair, golden hair floated
.over her shouldcra, and almost touched
two li'tlo baro fcot which wcro peeping
from under her white dress, so pretty. I
I turned away ; but pshaw ! said I, I am
an old sailor 1 What matters it? So 1
11)0 liusuao'l was sitting anon llllo
trunk, his head resting upon his bands
looking at her as she prayed. She raised
her face to heaven, and I then saw that
her eyes wcro filled with tears. Sao look
ed like a Magdalcno. As sho rose, ho
"Ah, my sweet Laurctto, as wo Bp.
proach America. 1 cannot help being anx
ious I do not know why but I feci
that this voyage has boen the happiest
part 01 our lives.
"Bo it feems lo me, slio answered. "I
only wish it might last forever."
"suddenly clamping his bands in
transport of love and affection, .ho said
"Anu yet, my little angel, I see yon
cry when you say your players, and that
1 cannot stand, tor 1 know what causes it,
and then I fear you must repent what
you ha 70 douo."
ltcpont. sho said, in a sad rebuking
tono. "licpcnt of having como with vou
Do you think because I have been yours
only such a very, very short lime, that I
snoum not lovo you l was 1 not your
witof Xlow can you bo sorry that I
should be with you, to livo with you if
you live, and to die with you it you aro
to dio r '
Tho young mnn bogan to sigh, striking
the floor impatiently with bis feet, while
ho kissed repeatedly the littlo hand and
arm which sho was holding out.
"Ah, Laurctto, Laurctto I hen I
think if our marriago had only been do
layed five days, only five days, that then
1 biiouiu navo ocen arrested and trans
ported alone, I cannot forgive myself.
At this (ho littlo ono stretched out her
round white aims, clasped his head, press
cd his forehead, 111s hair, his eyes, soul
ing liko a chorub, and marmuring all
sons ot woman s iona iiuuga. . x was
quite affected, and considered it ono of
tho prettiest soencs I had over witnessed
"And besides, wo are so vory rich, too?"
said she, bursting out laughing. "Look
at my purso, ono go.d louis d'or all my
He began to laugh, too.
"Yes, dear, I have epont my last hilf
crown. I gavo it to the fellow who car
ried our trunk on board.
"Ah, poor!'' oriod she, "what-maltcrs
it f nobody so merry as thoso that havo
nothing at all j besides, I have my two
aianiuou rings mat my momor gavo mo:
tboy aro good lor somotl ing all the world
over ; we can soli them when you like
and beside, I am sure that the oaptain
meant kindly by us, and I suspect he
knows very well what U hi the letter. It
is a recommendation to tbo Governor of
"Perhaps so, who knows 1"
"To be sure it is," continued the
charming little wllo. "You are so good
I am sure the government baa banished
toti only for a short tiino-4-I, know 'they
nave no Reeling tgainst you. i
It was high time that'the light should
be itrioken out. and now I rapped on the
uecx ana cauca tnem to do 10.
Thoy instantly oboyed, and I hoard
thorn laughing and clattering liko two
innocent echool (bllowss p r
One morning when Iawoko I was
snrprisea not to leci mo slightest motion
of the ycssol. ILmying on deck I found
that wo wcro becalmed. Latitude, cne
dogreo north ; longitude, between 27 and
28 degrees west, j. . . . .
I waited until night, When I descond-
ed to my cabin' aid opened the lotter,
with a dull awful1 feolinc;. I held mv
breath whilo I bruko the big red seal, and
"Captain Fonlamblcaa i The oonvioU
Antoine HindsoW, stands oonviotcd of
high treason agjinst the Rcpublio. The
directory order fiat hi be shot In mid-
ocean, and you art hereby - instructed to
see that lucso ,p;vj ato earned into effect."-
I road the lotter backwards and for
wards. I went 'tin fleck, Thoio thoy
wero, she looked upon the ocean, and he
gazing upon her with rfn expression of
unutterable loudness. Uatofung his eye
I signed for him to conio into tho cabin.
and, bidding hor good-by. ho camo down,
1. : 1 11 ;i V '
uin laou ail Bailies. )
I was bathed in a cold swoat ; I felt as
if deadly sick ; I handed him the letter,
and ho read it, together With the death-
warrant, which wue drawn up in due
form and attached. I gkthercd voice as
lie colored slightly and bowed.
"I ask nothing, Captaih." ho' said, in
the same gentle voioe tuit always char
acterized his speoch: "no man can bo ex
peotcd to swerve from his duty, I only
wish to speak a tew words to l.aurettc.
and, to entreat you 10 take raro of hor, if
sho should survive 1 burdly think she
"All that is fair ilv good follow." I
criod. "If you request it, I will carry
hor back to Prance, to her family. I will
never leave her until sho wishes to be rid
of tne, but I do not think sho will sur
Ho took my hand and pressed it
"Most kind captain, I see Vou suffer
more in this business than l do but
there Is no help for it. I trust you will
preserve what little nroocrtv of mine is
loft, for her sake, and tbaf. you will tuko
care she gets what her poor old mother
may leave her. I put hor lifo, hor honor
in you hands. "She is," fand how fond
ly low bis voice became') "a delicate littlo
croaturo her o'lest is often affeo'.ed ; (he
must keep it warm ; and if sho could
keep the two diamond rings bcr mother
gave her, I should be glad but, of courso
it monoy is nequcd, they must go. My
poor Lauretta how pretty slie luoKS.
Ic was getting too much for mo, and I
hoann to knit my browa.
"Uno word is as good as a thousand.
L said.' "We understand eaoh other.
Go to her."
I squeezed bis hand ; he looked wist
fully at mo, and I added : "Stay a mo
ment, lot mo givo you a word of advico.
Don't say a word to her ; bo easy ; I ha' is
my business. It shall be managed iu the
"Ah !" said he, "I did not understand ;
yes, much better. Besides, this lcavo ta
king I this leave, taking 1"
"les," said I, "don't behavo liko a
child much hotter. No leave taking,
if you can help it, or you aro lost."
I kept my seat. I saw them walking
arm in arm upon the deck for about half
an hour. ,
I called tho mala to mc, and whon he
had read tho lotter, I said :
"liarlcy, this is bail business bad bu
siness. I put it in your hands. I obey
the orders, but rcmiin in tbo oabin until
it is over."
"How do vou wish tho thing dono ?''
lib aflted in a nonchalcnt manner,
"lako him in a boat out of sight: do
it as quick as p.osiible ; don't say any
thing of this till tho timo comes.
Garley sat fivo minutes looking nt me
without Baying a word. Ho was a strange
fellow. I didn't know what to make of
him. no then went out of the cabin
without saying a word.
Night camo at last. "Man a boat ; go
a quarter of a mile; bo quick,"
io obey a slip or paper 1 lor it was but
a slip of paper after all. Something in
the very air must havo urged me on. I
saw tho young man kneel down beforo
bis Laurctto ; kies her knees I her cot I
hor gown 1 1 criod ont like a madman :
'Part them I Part them this instant !
Part them curse tho Republic curso
tho Directory-tho Dircotors j I quit tho
service I curso tho lawyors ! you may toll
them if you will!"
She was draggod into her berth, and
the boat rowed away in the darkness.
Somo time altar a dull tolley came over
tho sea to tho vessel. ' It was all over.
Pool, madman ; how I paced the deck
and cursed my self. All night long I
faced back and forth, and all night long
hoajd the mourning of tho poor strick
Often I halted, and was tompte'd to
throw myself into the sea, and so end this
horrid, torture of brain and heart,
Days passed; I saw nothing of Laurotte
I Vould not see her.,, She . avoided mo,
and I was glad of .it I oould not bear
the sight of that woe-stricken faco. :
The mate, Garley, how I hated him !
Ho was as cool and unconcerned as
though ho had no remembranoe of shoot
ing, tho poor wrotch. ,
At Cayenne I rosigncd my ship. Go
tog to, the city, 1 made all my arrange
ments;' and 'took' the stcamor for Now
York. I placed amplo funds in the hands
ot a trusty rriond, and told aim to send
Laurotto to me it the end of Bix months.
I' could not see her until her grief had
lost itiedge. . ' - ." '
'., Woary, liok and careless of my life, "t
waidsred off into York 8tato, and finally
bought a littlo' plaoo whero .1 hoped
suoum lay uuwn sou uio. .
I soot for Laurotto. Poor bird,
mvut sen her, I could wait no longer.
Ono summer night I sat in tho porch
of my house, smoking my pipo, and ga
zing down tho road. Boon the rumble
of wheels was heard, and tho stago halt
Tho next moment a pair of soft arms
was round my neck and tho head of my
sobbing Laorette was on my bosom,
"Un you dear etoellont captain- '
"Heavens 1 who is that behind you V
' Thero stood the fine, manly form of
Atnonio Hindsolear, tho oonviot.
"What docs this mean, I demand,
hardly knowing whether I was dreaming
"Are you glad to ice mo?"
"Thank God 1 thank God I" was all I
I understand it all. The mato Garley
had read my heart better than I did my
self. After leaving the brig in the boat,
he arranged the whole affair. Tho volley
was fired, but no bullet touched Antonio
Uiodscloar. lie was smuggled into his
berth aain, and took caro to avoid my
sight. Tho whole crew were in tho plot,
1 hank God. I was due ed. . .
I sent Garley a thousand dollars as a
1 am now an old man : but 1 am
happy. My children and my grandchil
dren (I call them nothing else) seem to
think old Captain l'ontainbleau is not
such a wrotcb alter all.
A Startling IMseovcry-A. Frog
I'our Inches I.oug Taken from
a Youtig Lady's Stomach.
A party of young people, recently
amusing tlicmsalvcs at the bouso of iter,
Mr. W hito, near lorro Haute, Indian
wcro somowhit startled on hearing tho
oroaiting ot a lrog in their midst.
While they wcro vaiuly searching for
tne strango visitant an unwelcomo one
certainly iu a front parlor they noticed
that one of their number, a young girl pf
seventeen, named Diary uopaxi, turned
as white as a sheet and laid her hand up
on her breast.
The croaking contiuued, and Miss
Uopaxi suddenly uttered a tcrnblo scream
and swooned away. As hor young cum
panions gathered round her, applying the
proper restoratives, they made a startling
.1: .1... ,1. -ii. 1 ii v, 1 . ,
diacorcrv thnt ilir-il,l ilim BitU.
Mr. White coming in at this iunction.
inquired as to tho meaning of tho strange
luuiu.t, anu was lutortned that tho oioak
ing of a frog was hoard proceeding from
tho stomach of Miss CrpaxL
Yes, thcro could bo no mistake ; the
croak of the frog o.imo froa tho young
Sho swooned away thrco times before
tbe kind minister could inspire her with
sufficient hardihood and coolness to en-
duro bcr misfortune as became a Chris
tian ; and her companions wcro obl'ged
t) carry her homo iu a carriage
vt. illiams, a promising young sur
geon, on a visit to somo relative in this
place, was immediately sent for. He
perceived at once that his patient was a
difficult caso ; but with rcmarkablo self
possession and a steady band, ho nt once
proceeded with tho wotk which could
alone saro thcgirl's lifo. Boforo night
ho had mado an incision in the flesh just
below tho breast, and extracted a large,
green, speckled frog, almost four inches
The girl is now doinji well and will ro
cover. Hochater Union.
tT A correspondent writing from
Gettysburg says": Thrco thousand fivo
hundred Union soldiers lie buried in this
ccmetory. The rebel dead wcro buried
in different localities outside on the bat
tlo field. I saw ono grave containing
forty-fivo rebel dead in cno heap, The
brcastworkaind riflo pits extend for moro
than a milo in ono direction, and aro all
standing as left at tho battle. The effcot
of tho musket balls upon the fcrcst trees
is truly wonderful. At tho point where
tho battle was the hottest the trees arc
nearly all killed, and the forest looks like
ono vast "deadening;" scores and hun
drcds of balls are found in singlo trees,
rocks, and brick walls all show the
marks of the leaden hail.
Who Oiijtht to Kuow Best,
A negro named Ephe, wm a rcgulat
attendant at Church, and was proud of
his lliblo learning. Ho was sawing wood
one day, whilo his master's son, a lad of
about twelve years, was looking on, and
now and then asking questions.
"Which of tho Apostlos do you like
Dest i asked H,pho.
"Woll, I don't know," drawled the
boy ' - . . . .. '
"I likoj3ampson," said Ephe, "he was
so strong'and piled up dem wicked folks
"Why, Ephe," said tho boy, "Samp
son wasn't one of tho Apostles."
Ephe put down his saw, and looked at
the boy a moment in amazement, and
thon asked him with an air of triumph :
"Look hero, whito boy, bow old am
jou f . i
"Twolvo," repliod the boy.
"Well, Tee forty, now who ought to
know boat, 1 ax you datf"
' t& A forlorn devil says thus plain
tively.i .,t . ;- .
"When Sally's arms her dog imprison,
1 always wish my nook were lasscn ; how
often would I stop and turn, to get a pat
from a hand like hern ; and when sho
kisses Towscr's noso, 0, don't 1 wish that
1 wcro those."
Capture of Maximilian Bin
New Ouleanh. Juno 10 Moiiemn
advices of tho 22d have been received,, j
Juiramon is still dangerously ill from a
Wound. k -'i
Whon Maximilian cave uo his 'tword
to Escobedo he said : "I surrender to
you my sWord, owing to an infamous trea
son-, without which to-morrow's sua would
have seea-yours in mine
baoobedo bad ordered a court-martial
to assemble on the ,'jth, for the trial of
hmperor Maximilian. He baa sent.
through General Diaz, a telegram to the
Prussian Ministor in the oity Of Mexico
to obtain tho services of Mirano Rita
Fucblioco, and the licentiate Montazzie
de la lore, to defend him.
The following proclamation has been
issued by Maximilian :
Codntb7men: After tho valor and
patriotism of the republican forces, we
nave been detested and conquered. I
will explain myself, countrymen. I camo
to Mexico, not only animated with the
best faith of insuring the felicity of all
ana eacn or us, out called and protected
by the Emperor of Franco, Napoleon III.
no, to tno ridicule ol Franc?, abandoned
mc, cowardly and iufuuiouslv. bv a de
mand of the United States, after bavinf
uselessly spent iorccs and treasure and
shed the blood of her sons and your own
vv lien tno news ol my tall and death
reaches Europe, all tho monarchs of
Charlemagne's country will demand of
the Napoleonic dynasty an account of my
blood of the German and French blood
shed in Mexico then will Napoleon III
be covered with shame irom head to foot.
To day be has already seen His Majesty
tne Jbmpcror ct Austria, my august broth
or, praying for my lifo to the United
States, and myself a prisoner of war in
tho hands of a republican government
and with my crown, and my head torn in
pieces. Countrymen, here are my last
words : 1 dosire that niy blood may re
generate Mexico, and serve as a warning
to 0-1 ambitious and incautious princes;
and that yoa will act with prudence and
truthfulnoes, and ennoble with your vir
tues tho political csuso of tho flag you
sustain, May i'rovidenco save you, and
make yon worlhy of myself.
- -CTgrnraj iTAIim I L t .1 .
k Rune Growing upon itu Ap
One of thoso freaks of naturo that
sometimes puzzle and astonish maukind,
may ne seen on too premises of Mr. Wil
liam Fordney, on Mulberry street, in this
oity. A large and perfectly formed wbito
rose may thcro bo seen growing upon the
limb of an applo tree, without any hu
man agency being used to nlaco it there.
The rose is about the sizo and shayo of
tho "Queen of the Prairie" variety, about
tho size of thoso that grow upon the
Mr. Monroe Hill, who lives on "tho
flat," abovo Cooper's Work?,-in forms us
that a whito rose grew upon "nn applo
tree in his yard this Spring, which he
cut off, and has now for exhibition at his
houso. Ml. Vernon Banner.
IIopo is a pleasant companion, but
unsafo guide "
Why is an interesting book liko a
toper's noso ? Because it is read to the
No proof of temperance a man with
uisiiuiou ai miunignt explaining to a
lamp post tho principles of his party.
One editor in Georgia asks another
"whothcr ho oan bito the bottom of a
frying pan out, without smutting his
A boy who hoard of sailors heaving
ui alienor, warned to xnow it it was sea
sickness that mado tbem do it.
Solomon advises tho sluggard to go
to the ant, but the shiftless in our days
generally 'go lo their undo.
"Your conduct is very singular, sir."
said a young lady to tho gentleman who
naa just kissed hor, . "Oh 1 woll, my
dear miss, I will soon mako it pluraL".
tSy A ootemporury out West, who has
been defrauded ol a month's subscription,
thus thunders attuogatoof tho delin
quent : - .
The man who would systematically
anu wuiuuy set about cheating a printer,
would commit a highway robbery upon a
crying baby 01 its gingerbread rob a
ohurcb-box of oountorfeit monoy pawn
his grandmother's specs for a drink of
whisky steal acorns from a blind sow,
ana tuko the clothes of a scarecrow to
make a rospectula appearance in society.
' t"Job printing 1" exclaimed an old
lady tho other day, as she peeped over
her speotaclcs'at tho advertising page of
a county paper. "Poor Job 1 they've
kept him printing, week after week, oyer
since ho learnt to read, and if ho wasn't
tho most pationtcst man that ever was,
he could never havo stood it so. long, no
now." -.- ,-; .-: , .
tU Among the curious things 'at
tho Paris Exposition 1s a bar of iron
about as long and -thick is the pole ot a
carriage, tied m a knot as though it wore
a ribbon,1 without thorycstrgO of -a crack
or flaw,' and thfr visitor is asdrcd that it
was tics: wncn'oold.'.'-- 1
An invention, designed as a pro
tection to a fireman on his entrance into
a burning room, bps reeeotly beett tested
in Quebec. -,t It consists of finely perfor
ated Urnss ball attached to the inner ex.
trcni4ty oi tho brass noxzle of the boss,
which act.' as s powerful rosscttt, throw
ing a heavy ttpray upon bis person while
ho is directing the main stream upon the,
fire beforo him, thus smothering -tho
flamcn all around the holder's person. .-
MuWberv "en thelaoit , miserably
find sympathy T In tbe Diotiofcary. ,
Ju R published sent to any address oa re-
oeipt ol price, Tesohor supplied at Ihet
usual discount. .
Girls get a home of your own New long
and Chorus by Tucker SO
PH never forget thee dear Mary song
oy uisnop . tv
Vy bluo eyed Jeknlo BelV soag by
Holder . f . w
OU Annie come back t6ng tnd ehontr
Toldjn the twilight long find chorus by
Criltty . - ; - ;- .
the abovt 80
Beautiful form of my dreams (Llli)
tons by Danks . " " 6ft
Whoa wo marched to thereof the dram :
tone bv Bishov ' 80
Oh come to me then when daylight sets
eong by Basstord - , ' ' no
Nearest and dearest (Uth)song by J.
K Thomas - W
Give me honest friends and true i t W
by Tucker : ,- "
Do not heed her warning, and reply ' " SA
Jenny who lives in the dell song , si'n
It Xnomas tsa
Softly oe'r the rippling waters long by
J R Thomas, wilh beautiful Llthvi 1
graph of the Author
Bells in distant lands song by tucker 80
t he light step polka by Framis- JT '
Morning light Shollieche by Readea , 80
Sunlight polka by Mrs Parkhurti " ' 40
Banjo gallop by Mit Parkhure ' .'. &0
Something pretty Matnrka by Mrs. .
Parkhurs ' ' '8f
Beware, quartette words by Longfellow.. 6e
Pretty Rosaline long by Hoffman -. 4i
I'm glad father's come long ' " ' 80
Mollies weloome to Pat Malony . ds
Her heart is all my own by Ben - ,80
Tho oct beside tbe mill mr byCalten 80
Swinging round the circle ::
icu nanzuiy, nauguty man long la , -
tno uiacK croox: . So
Now I lay me down lo sleep long and
- chorut by Walbridge . , SO
Bluo eyes or black long by F Baker ' ' 85
Slafs of the 8ummer night, quartette- 6ft
Coming coming by nd by song by Gy
go with Grant again song aadelio.' 1
run by Tucker - i 80)
Halt boys halt cong tnd chorus by
JIcMauihloa . - - tut
Tho new home sweet home song by - - .
Madam Parcpa ' ' . 5X
Any music published will be lent bv re
turn mail and parties over paying will re
ceive their chango with the muiio. Address)
0. J. W1LLARD & COt. !
21 31 No. C1I7 Broadwav. New fork.
Cough, A Cold, or A
- Boro Throat,.,, : ,,,
HlQJlBBI IMMXBUTI ATTISTIOB
AID SHOULD IS CHICUTD.'
Irritation of the Lung, L
remanent Tnroat disk
case, or Consumption,
IS OFTEN THB. BFEULT. :
Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches. Having a direct Influence to the parts, give)
immediate relief. - -
ForBtonchitis, Aithnia, Catarrh, Consump- .
tivo and Throat Diseases,
Troches are used with always good success.
SING EftS ANDPUBilC SPEAKERS
will flnJ-Trcches useful in clearing thi voioe,
when taken before Singing r Speaking, and
relieving the throat after to unusntl exer
tion of the voeal organs. The Troohoe aro
recommended and prcscri ed by Phyteians,
tml have had testimonials from eminent men,
throDgout the country. Being an article t
true merit,)and have proved their effictcy by a
testofmaiiy years, etch year Cnds them In
new localities in various parti ef the world,
and the Troohesare unlTertally proneaaoedi
bo'ler ihan olhcr artiolet. . -
flhftiaonly "Brown's Bronohlcal Troche,
and do not take ony of thi Worthless Imita
lions that may be offered. Bold everrwksri
Not. 20 m24. , .- ..... ...w x
coNsumraoH curable bt na'
8CHE5CK'S MECTCEH3. -' -
To Gure Coniumpfioa, the system must bs
prepared so that the lungs will kiaL Te aoV
compliih this, the liver and stomach nintli
Irtt be oleantodand an appuits ereattd fc
good wholesome food, which, by then mtdi
oines will be digested properly, and gooil
healthy blood utile; thus kuiidiig p kh
constitution. SCHENChVS M A ND 1 A K
PILLS eleanse thtttomtekof sH Mlioas es
muoout aooumulationt and. by msing the Bta
Weed Tonio inoonneolion.the appetUlUts
SCUENCE'S PULMONIC BTEUPfsa.ti
eious as well as medioinal, and, by wing th
three remedies, all bnpnritiei are expelltel
ftom the system, and good, wholesome ble4 ,
itale which will repel all disease. If pa
tients will lake these nedielntl asootding Is)
directions. Consumption very frequently 1
its last-stage yields readily to their totlo.
Take tho pills rVeqnently, toiHanitthsUvtS)
and ttomich. It dots net follow that btoanss,
the bowtlt are not eoslivt they art aot requir
ed, for sometimes in diarrhoea they art aeceav
snry.' Tht slomach matt be kept aitdthy,
snitn a-ppetite created to allow lb. Pulmonic
Syrnp loot tn the respiratory enrga . s prop
erly snd allay any irriialion. . Tkea all thai
is required to perform a permanent ear lav
te prevent taking cold, Extrclre about th
Moms as maob at posvible, oat all tht riohett
ro-d ut mc.it, game, aid, In (aot, anything
the appetite erivtit but be particular. aa4
masticate welt, . , 1 . ,