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15. II. IiS'NN,
oeky Monut, N.G.
Saml. T. Williams
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AID A GUIS.
PT.VKR AND A
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ami Amao. a-id :t
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IT'" c-.rndf i'lr crta. TbrR !
nt in t!..-v. ii i ul t..'.t vri.I rurePever
I V 'c -Mui iri.-.i1, 1!-our, rioar.et,
'..aa'r'iM-r I--vrs r:.i!.d by RAD-
-kus ttAnVi.'s:iBA'i- r.H-
HEALTH I B2AUTYH
EltOSf AND TV R r.icif ET.OOri
iiY k tii-sil xi wiu-iiir '-Li: v;
HEAL lIFL'I.CoMrLh.XIoN BiiCu!
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THE CHEAT DLOOO PUKSF12H.
HASMADF.TUK NO -T T N" f -' 1 1 V - CrP.F'S : SO
oi in;.Mi Ki'ii. a;;k Hi-. ii a no T f! K
KollV I'Nl'Kio.. '..- rxllMlTHK 1NH rrs a
OK Tillri TUULl' Vi'UN'DEKr Ml) tl'i.N K,
Every Bay an Increase
Krpry drop of the S A US PA V. TTXT S HF-SOL-TKXT
cninnninica:ttlint!hthe Wocni. Swt. I rn.e,
arid nth-r Kln;ds url juices ( tho cy-tem the victc
lii , fur it repair tm r.i6t-- of the body witn jir.w nd
pnu.j.l m-jton-il. Scrol" ila. Syphilis, Ciiii-dii'p.i'm,
r.m l-il tr -i i . Ul.'en in liis Ibroit. Mou-Ji, '1 u
Tr.rs No lt-9 i tt iho (Hands nod otiter p;iris ( thr system.
Sore 1 trtiriiurouadi.'w-lmriie fr tin ttit; fcnr-. ai d
the worst forms of :-Uin disi.se5, Knii-iim s, Fever
Soros. SchLI U a I, Riov Worm.lt Khenrn.'i-ryHipelf ,
Acne, i.la Kp nrmsiii ibe r i nni"r. t nri-
cersinthe W-mio, nud u l w. nM-n i.g i u ih.i.u- ti .p
chrp, Night.wais, I."as nt in-rm iin.i ml w apts of ,
the lil" jriri'-iple. are wnliin ti e tiri, rnvet ihis
T.-OH ier -il Mo tr-rti C hpmifiry. ii. d a U d t;, -' u -i will
prove tony person u-.ii. a it lor e .it- o! vh.-e ioi'iusof
Cit.eits potent power tomretliem.
Ji'th- p tt it, d ulir t efomit u rti'iicart by t"ir ,va-tf3
an-ldennmp'it:':i thit is rnni.m:any procreng,
rce isin;ii-re-uiiii;ilnse wssics, n;ii repairs iii i;,rn
withn-'. miierialmadrt from tcalthy i lood ai.d itud
the its AP A it I A N wiilaud s-caire dire
i-n.T -s'n; f .r hen o-t.-e 'hU rem-dy cnn.Tuettr-es its
wi-k ! p imi-ation. ait i su'T':ii.'d m iLrn ni.-hu.g .
I.'SH oi wastes, its repairs Will be rapid, and etery tuv
the pa' ?:! wlft-elhtnj-Jf growing t'euerand str-iuc-r.
tlietu .ddiiii.i: letter Hppeute iiiirovini,', a nd Uuah
artd iveuht t-ifrc iintr.
N'.tni-d1(-st!i' KM;APAKi!MAX Xir.nrn.rr.yr excels
";! k own rfni'jd'.ti :i--ia- iu the cure ot'"hr-'n. to
1u!.iw. ronijui:i'M.:.:. aud Miiu d. -.oases ; butii-ibtiie
only positive cure fur
JLidney C Bladder Complaints,
Frinftrvao lWr.ru' diiieaes.nr rel, Dialet". Tropsy,
Mnppaeoi 'Witter, io.-oiuiueiK'eoI Trh". Hncbi 1
e:i. AlfMirninuna, nvA In all c:ts where iliere an
lrif dnt d'poi'H, tr water is ih,At. cl"';d, ut.xed
w.:hsiifsuinfes h lc ih uhiieofan uy;. or thread iike
whitesiik, irrthreia ii.urtiui. dark, bilious appfeir-an'-e.
stud wliite oooe dtistd.-t,(,-i;s. and when there is
aprv-kma. bnrnina "ent4;it!'.ri when passintc water, and
(.aia in the tniaU ul the liaclt aud akug the Loilis.
Tumor of 12 Tears9 Growth
Cured by Had way's XLesolvenU
DR. R AD V AY'S
erfsot Purgativ3 & Ssgulating fill!
perfcc'Iv t is'eles. letrnt!y cnate.J wi'h wect P'lm,
purse, recal l r. jmrifv, cle.iiift an 1 MreitliCn Had
ivav's Pill, i tr 'f cii'rft of atldiwjril riihe timacli,
;.ivW, ii iA-cl-i, Kidue.-, libi'lder. NVrvoun Disetuu-M.
Headache. i i, iiitip.ui,,;,, Cctiveiie.ss. Indieesnou,
iep??ia, lliiinusno;,. I'.iIIo'ib Fever, InfiaaimfiOnti ol the
Bowel. Piles, aii'l li'-ranpeir.ents of ilie Iiacrnal
Viscera. Wi.rran'e.i o enert a positive eure Purely
Veirtahle, conlaiuing no mercury, minerals ordeleteiri
ousdru"!. A few d ne of 1 A D W A T'S PTI.t.5 will free tlie pva
tem from ail the above n tt.ie J disorders. Price, 25ceuUi
per Hoi. SOT.II lit 1) Kl.!;o l-TS.
RKA I) " V ,V. A.VII T HI R " Pend one ltt
itjimpt RAIiWA Y A m . Ni. :i Warren Pi.. New
'ork. lufoncauon worth lbuu-aada will be bent you.
ig n in'
GhamDerlam & llawis,
; TARBOBO, N. C,
FINE JE Vvr ELRY,
Sterling SHver and Plated Ware
C. F. GREENWOOD & BHO.,
Diamonds. Fine Watelias, Je
EXG.lGtiMEXT &1TEDDIXG KLVGS
No. 47 Main Street,
TtSpecial atteut:ori ariveii to th ; repairi
in.; of at. .lies. Cloek at.d Jewe'ry. Fine
:t P";!a;r Jewelrv mtde to order
1 0- I v
s. i ma k sl
jv u I I IS I T XT xi x:
fcrner Main and Grauby Streets,
Janv 2 ly
T. 55. GUiFFIXj Kocky .'Jouut, Aj?t.
s. . nr. I oo', .!,
IXWili.' lilt A 11 AM.
jMcILWAINE & CO.
! WIIOLF.SALE GRCfEUS
I Pelevs'.jur?r, Va.
! y ir.nnAi. c.
I i.J all c(nsi;T!iis
g ,.j Co!i
'.-C MADE ON
STEAM V.-ILL DO YCVK WORK.
The latest, tbe cheapest, t'.e he.t :.o r.ib
binj, no poundijii, no turning or t ar
iug. no clumpy cylinder. ..'d uo
twe- ty or thirty doU.rs cx
ici.:se. Steuoi dees it all.
Akhonr-h often atteinotel, no method
h;i ! been "di-covrred ol applying steam i
tirc-ctly to the clo'hin. . which conic1 be '
ii'm! in a profitable manner, for d ii.i's ic
purposes. Tbo WOMAN'S Pit END
waxhes without labor. ' It will do tlie
.u-iishinji of an ordinarv fi iniiy ill thirty
iiiinutes to an hour. The Steam Washer
is superior to allnHhev devices, for the IV. 1
iowing reasons :
1st. It doe-; its O'-yn weik, thereby sav
ins a large portion of the time usually
taken in a lamily.
21. It ubcs much less soap than is re
iiuirej by any other method.
f!d. It teqtiires no attention whatever
w I ile the process of eleaninj is poiiifr-ou.
A lady can do liar washing while she is
ea- itit; her breakfast aud doing up the
breakfast dishes. '
,4th. Clofbinq; wears rouble the time,
wiisheil in this washer thut it wi,l washed
lv a michine, or by huud-labor, or a wash
otb. Lace curtains, r.ndall fine fabrics,
are V:ish 5 in a supcrbr manner. All
fabrics, from the finest lace to a bed-blanket,
can tie washed peifect'y, and with
ease, without the rubbing-board.
It i truly a Ialior and
C lothcs Saving Invention.
I could give thor sands of certificates as
to merit, but none cn he satisfied until
they soe it in operation. It only needs to
be seen to be appreciated.
The undersigned, having purchased
the IUGIIT for the
County of Edgecombe,
and having made arrangements with,
Messrs. PLUMPER, I.EWIS & CO.,
for the nianufacttjre of the sane, is
prepared to furnish 'them upon de
mand. ' '
D. W. IWlVtT,
TA11B0EO. X. C
I AM A' SOUTHERN MAN, OF S O U T
t Ji f ; TARBORO',
of Clironic and Acute Kheatntttism, Nen
ral;ia, LnnU.ago; Sciat'ea, Kidney and
Nervous Diseases, after years ot snfferinir,
ny taking Dr. FftlrW TcgrJable Ithiumatic
Syrup the scientific discovery of J. P.
Filler, M.-l) , a regular graduate pbysician,
with v,'i)om we are (tersonally acquainted,
who das f(r 33 ycars.trcate'd these d'seases
exclusively withjt.stp.oishinjr. results. W"e
Ulisma w mif nlwitiinn -d 1:1 v. after de',I-
tiraUon, conscientiously .request jiSfcr1
els lo use n, t'St'Ci;iiiY. jieisuus in mode
rate cjrcutnstart'"es wl o cannot afford o
wp.ste money and time on worthless mix
tures. As clereyineu wo seriously feci the
deep responsibility resting on us in pub
licly end.'rsin! this medicine. But oui
kno- lede and experier.ee of its remark
able merit fullf jnstifles our action. Uev
C. IJ. Ewin?, Media, Peun'a, suffered 1C
vears. became hopeless. Rev. Tboniis
Murphy, D. D Jfi-ufeftrd, Philadelphia.
Rev. J., B.' ; Dai, UtsbtatoA'r), 4etr
Jersey. Re: J. S. Buchanan, Cfa'rwme,
low. Rct. G. G,,$tnitU, PiUfo4d,lfevp
York. Rew. Josep? Ucg.as, Falls Qhmxlt,
Philadelphia..; Other..' te.stiroHifrlSK Jrbro
Senators, AJoVetnorSj , Jmlscs, Coogreas
men, Phywictahs, &e;, 'forwarded- gratis
with pamphlet expTalnins; these diseases.
One th)ns;nd dollars Avili be iprasentcd to
any medicine for same diseases showinp
pqual merit under test, or thai, can pro
duce one-fourth many living cui es. Any
j.erson sendinjr by letter description of af
fliction will receive pr?.tis a legally sisrned
jroarantco, naming the number ot bottles
to cure, agreeing to refund money upon
sworn statement of its failure to cure.
Alllicteil invited to write to Dr. Filler,
Plidade'pliia. UN valuable advice costs
m tbinp. '
Dr. A. II. Macnair, special a;ent for
diieci u.bo county, N. C. iy.lfi-ly.
G StSX-VLlZX 33.. t
J0I1X Ft W.VRB, Proj tetor.
rplIE WINTER CAMPAIGN HAS
jL fai-ly opened and found the bore
fill'.; prepared foi the fight.
THE i SAX,
as Uwetofove, contains all the purest kinds o
and the choicest brands of
eo;-.al, if not superior, to auycitr brought to
ha been thorougldy renovated and improved
prep watery to action. The TABLE " ill be
sniiphed with the very best he market affords,
and ruealb can be obtained at all hours. Best
daily received, and sold in qnantities to suit
parchasers. A superior assortuieut of
Pnch as S-.-.ar, FLnr, Molassca, Butter. Lcrd,
Cheese. &x, cmslaully vn Uatvl.
ilv that;k aifi hen hv rospcetfully tendered
the public at lu'r'e for past liberal eueourage
niei t, aod assurance Riven tliat no efi'uri on
jsiv part will lc spared to please in tho future
JOHN F. WARD.
PROP1UKTOR OF "VFLCUMK B t A
Ct. E7.LICTT. J.NO. yEUMU-LION. JSC T. WHIXfc.
Elliott tt White,
WHOLESALE DEALERS !!
X XT Q IF
No. 20 Roanoke Square,
Apents for J.
Eumg:rdner8 Old VirRinia
B. D. Briokhonse,
CARTS, TRICKS, DRAYS, &c,
No. 150 WATER STREET,
j juny i ly Norfolk, Va.
Banks fc Brown,
Just opened on
Nearly opposite the Erns Btare of Dr. A. H.
Tho Diiblic are respectfully informed that it
is our intention to make our ' ' '
first-class in everv particular, and that no
pains wilt be spared to give entire satisfaction,
rhelionsohas been thorouehly ovcrhaulec?
and everything connec'A d with the
is new and of the heat character. The senior
partner, Mr. BANKS, who has been engaged
m tho trade for a long number of years will
i... ,i,nil Kiinorvision of the business
and the public well know that he is fully com
petent to preside over a Bar.
We Keep Ko Books,
and none need ak for credit. Wo respectfully
asU. for a portion of public patronage.
j H. EBOWN
' . ? ' Proprietor
Tarboro, N. C. juDtlS-'-fV
ADVE ST I . E3I SI VTri.
This nrivalled Southern Itcmedy's warrnn-
',tA yiit'ta,viBtfcJ.A sinpie paiTti.'lo of-r'5roy f
or any irrjuriuus nuaeral suttanee, but is
PU RE LY VEG ETABLE.
F' r forty years it has proved its preat value
in all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kid
neys. Thousands of the good and grejitin
all parts of the country vouch for its w.onrw r
fiil and peculiar nowor in purityinp: the lilood.
stimulating tne torpid Liver a d ISools, and
impartial new i'o and Vir to the whole
system. SIMMONS' LIVElt BEtf CLAl'OBis
aiknowledged to have no equal as a
Tt contains four medial elements never
nnited iu tho same happy proportion ir, any
other preparation, viz : a gentle Cathartic, a
wonderful Tonic, an unfxeentionfble Altera
tive and a certain Corrective of all impurities
cf tlte body. Ateh signal success has at
tended its use that it is now regarded as the
Gil EAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint, and tho paiui'u? offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia," Constipation,
Jaundice, Billious atsacks. i-'iek Headache,
Coi:e, Depression of Spirits. S.ur Momach,
Heart Burn, ie., ic. Bculate the liver nud
prevent CHILLS and H LVj:U.
Sure iSb' Ia,ii ltEoci..,Toa is manfact'irod
only by J. II. ZEIL1S ft CO.,
3Iacon, Gn., av. J l'hil.uh hdiia.
rrice tl.fO per parftajre; s.nt by mti, p-s!-ajro;i;iid,
flc4. Piepai-c-d re.idy for ii:;j fl.o...
and SI. 5o. Sold by a 1 Druggists.
Eewarc'of all Count erf oi'ts atid l;n:t.itio s.
txie tJaTxmTo uo
Keeps consiaily 0:1 hand a fuli vln k f
and Fancy Goods.
Subscriptions received for
Apple'.oi 's .Io'i: ii;i!, inoiilbly and weekly.
The Popular Science, monthly.
The Psycol'-yieal Journal.
The New York Medical Journal.
Godot's La iy's Book, with which a fir
Cbn :no, of -Our Barling" 'n giveu
Any book w 't in btoch crd:red at
J. M. SPRAGIN'S.-
CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, c5
TOYS AND I
A X C Y
A 11 T 1 C L K S
Fab S 12 in.
j. e. snnios,
XT XDEiri1 A IC I 1 1
Xc-ar lire Comer of
MAIN' ami PITT STS.,
TARBORO. N. G.
I would respectfully, once again, ca!' the
attention of tne people of Jarhoro. iJlpte
coiobe, and sunm:idinj section to r-iv nr.ri
valid stock of V AlifitOHFs, Itf.'KAl'S,
WASHSl'ANDS. BKOS'I EAI), M AT
UASSES, TABLES. CHAIitS, &C.. &C.
The laige majority of these ariieles are
manufactured iu my shops. Aud 1 now appeal
to our own people to sustain
HOME INDUSTRY !
PARTMENT. is complete in al' branches, and embraces
3IAII0GAXY, WALXCT, P0PLAS,
and PINE' C0FFLXS; also,
all of which cau he supplied at the ahortest
I am proud to sav that the public in general
have in the past appreciated my earnest de
sire to give satisfaction, and they may rely in
the lHture nion niy intention to give strict
attention to tho busines, and insure satisfac
tion in every dcoartment.
J. E. SIMMONS,
sepll-Cm TAR BO
ND T I G K
Jnst deceived a Laree Supply of
which I otfer at
"Very Low IPrices:
Also, just received and to arrive
UST e w -rsr. C. ITl o u r
From the Celebrated
MILLS OF ORANGE AND ALAMANCE.
" S. S. NASH,
New Iron Front Brick Store,
seriS ti TARBORO, ft. C.
H K U N PRINCIPLES ." J e ff e r sort Davis.
IITTI. CAROLINA. OCTOBER 30, 1873.'
October 30, 1373.
' The First Patient.
Am' ng the Iorth' Gemtitn stu
dents yuj received tlieir diplomas
at the 1S1 dical t'oIL'ge in Warzbmrp;,
early in I860, was a young Kus-ian,
wboit5 we will call Iteinrich.
Eeport f-aya that ttiougli ha be
'oned to no e rpa, yet there was no
bti?r d;mcer, fearer or rider; in-
tke lett&r acconivlislirrerit as
pffhicn wifclj. " him, y.t he did jtct
allow it to divert him from liis stu
dl-s, and he was skid to be a favor
ite v. ith thi; profess rs. r
Dr.rinfftlie Jast, part cf his stay
hi the ' City ,of Bishops," ho secm-d
greatly i-Uan ed. in his quiet the-e
was a certain dejection, a d instead
f j ining his riends as formerly, he
vvaadered lo"g hours bv him elf,
itceomptni d ly a snow-wh te grcj'
h 'and. This extra- rdinary a d
sy.nmotnc'i ly-iormed animnl Flein-ri-h
had found severely wounded,
y.ithout a master, and had cured
h in. As this was scarcely six months
before the students commenced
t ractce, he, jesting'y, "called it Lis
first patient, and among L e acquain
tances the d g toon became known
t y this na'iie and would a- swtr t j
1 he day came at last for Ilein
r'ch to leave Wnrrbarg. He had
nlrcidy bi.Id n adieu to' his a cpi ii-t-a
ces, rind was to laave b . t ic early
j movn n. t ain.
j Late t' e piv.vi us evening he loft
his reside i- e, acomjjanied, a- usual,
i . j.
iLier.r, ana wivi hasty steps
d-d to an adjacent p rtof the
city, caref Ily -pcncd a warden door,
!.t Patient enter, bade him remain,
then caution ly closing the door,
hurried away. He hastily sn t -bed
a flower, in the darkness, which b,
the light of tho next Limp, he dis
covered to be an innnorteUo,
lie remained in the street a mo
ment, gazing :d the house to which
gar lc i i-olongel
, S veral
dows ivce liglited
hf-ce came the isovnitl
and a ii.'.n soprano ' oico.
'it iiiu t b !"'atl-s lie exclaim,
ed. half aloud, to hfiii-ilf, when he
1 Mt some one softly tut li limm
j the sh ulder, hi tarn cl, r.nd to his
arvcipc ucf-re hiai li:3 best
; frioml, Ernst.
j "Have y i cme momcn: to s-pare
! for ti e," arked Eiut,t, Lis v . ice
slightly treiob in
j "T"o, three; fori bay.' nothi g
to do but return home cvA try to
j sleep till 4 o cle k t -morrow morn-
! '-V ell, let us f-o thei. I have rc
j ceived to d-ij- very impertair new-,
i An ( 1 ' uuole whom 1 itever saw,
! hiig bettno -tltcl to me his ha d-iome
I estate, bo enthnl. in Niede schila
j -I vv'is'i you joy, from my heart,
j l.'rrj;.', ' ;dd Ilei -rich, w rm!y press
I lug the Land of h s frien.L
Ernst continu -d :
'jl.u t av-1. a"d it vas my tur
pose to h ive f llowed you, tlnv e
days later, but this surpr sin,? afi'ai
! ot the v onerty Ins awak ned other
tlioug ts You know, Heinri h, I
never pri d into your secre s, bu
pard o. m.1, I, al.s , love l;e I am
now in a condition t Lava a 'none
I my own, and to take ' her t an
eleoant residence; yet I respect your
l have ro rip;ht," murmured
He nrieh. '"She does n t susre t,
perhaps, that I, in short, conceive it
to be woise than folly for ire to in
volve the hopee and expectations of
a u 6b c, kind-hearted maiden in n
gospene of years. I Lave no rel -five
to leave me a lot tune, and I
miy, perhaps, live at home for years
a proi esi nai pnysician witnout
pract ce. I L ive decided ; t y your
luck. If you vin Marie's Leait, may
God bless you mid her."
Yi L these words he hastily left
Lis friend. Lo would Lave f llowed
him, but L" motioned him ba k and
va: isLe 1 in the d rkne s.
The next day Ernst, to indulge
Lis thoughts, sauntered alone Ui on
tlie shore of the -Main. AValkin.'
along b fore him were two ladies,
accompanied by a joixnz lad of per
haps fifteen years; tbe talk t and
slenderest of the ladie- led by a rib-
ben a whi'e greyhound
Ernst's eyes could not deceive
Lini; tlie ladies were Fi an Dumot
and her daughter .Marie the object
of the secret admiration of biintelf
and Lis friend, HeinricL.
TLe dog was no other than Pa
Involuntarily Ernst callel "Pa
t cnt ! " TLe dog tur ed Lis Lul.
Mad in e Dumot approached Ernst
and said, w th pleasing dignity:
"If iLis dog belongs to you, .
beg of you to take Lim ; my daug'i
ter found Lim tLis m rniog in tlie
garden, and we received Mm from
pity. We will willingly return
! During this speecli the fair young
Ernst replied: "The dog is not
mine: it did be'ong to my best
frieni, but lie departed ithis morn
iog for .North Germany, to be gon
a long time.
"O, mamma," quicMy cried tho
young lady, "let in keep the dog.
Le is so gentle, and tapa ii fond of
"But, my dear Marie, surely tliis
gen leinan La3 the firs- claim upon
"O pardon, pnrdon, lady, I, too.
travel soon, and .nih pleasure leave
the dog in sucli- good hands. "He
politely lifted, his hat and passed on;
' Xiove me, ' loye ray dog," - paid
Krn-t to himselt "I know enough.
Perhaps her parents would advi-e
her to give her hand to me, tho
wealthy man,' and Hehirich has not
confess d hi- love, but hen I -would
be lov ed:' with the , who'e sord, and
the first place in her heart evidently
belongs to II einrich."
In the summer of 1SGG a quiet
fann y1 sat in the rose-arbor cf 'heir
garden, win ii streJcned away to the
shore of the plain.' ;
A neighbor (one of the first cler
gymen o.1 thi city) of ihe propritor
f the garden, had jus! dropped in
to discuss the city news, when the
s n t f the family, a y 'iith full of
life, rushed into the g;aven, exclaim
in.', "i''re3h news from the seat of
war; a quartermaster has arrived,
and in a few hours we may expect
several thousand-" of Prtissi ns "
'Is it certain, Jloritz?" exe'aimed
Fran Dumot, (for this was the Du
mot family, who at present found
th'm-c-lves in this plea-ant little city
ou 'he 11-i -where a-i estate had
fallen to th.-m from a rich relative
'is then the rage of , this unfortu
n .t- war to be forced upo j this 1 1
tlc p'a e ? "
'I hone that T, aa a clergyman,
shall be exempt from quartering any
of the soldiers."
' Hardly, my good sir," repli d
TIerr Ihimot ; "f r w' ere can the
olllc -rs find accommodati lis, le s
each f mily receive a port'on cf
these guests. Already I have prom
ised to receive a goo 1 number of !
the blue-coa-", and ha -e
but Ihnv will be vow ord
lo doubt i
r y. Have
no anxie y, he continued, turning
to Lis wife and daughter "You.
Mario, were pleased to dance with
Pins lans w' en you were at the
semimry in "Wursburg."
The parson too'i Li- hat snd cine,
and He r Dumot went toward the
house with his wife and daughter.
.Marie, however, remain d t-Ione j
; ner eyes lmei Willi
thought of that time
mi ner short g:rinoods dream, out
"f which she had long since awak
ened, ud with a
glanced out upo '
the tealities of
The amiable Marie Dumot Lad
many em tors'; but" sh. encouraged
none; but there was one, h ! one,
who t f I er Lad lo- g since ceased to
In au h ur the infan ry entered :
some we e directed t
the ho-iee of
He r immot ; he received fiem ct
iially; sa'd to tlie tall man who was
fore i.ost, "1 am glad to gr et a stir -
ge oi am ng you; y u c me to heal,
not to s'.-y.-' '
Til do t r b wod entered into a
co-' versa ion wit!i the hos-
son too1; fri ndlv turn.
Prer.entl; the dotu- opened anl
Fr-u Dumot e tered. l5aJie"t bo
hind her, who suddenly bounded t -war
I the doctor, then" le -ped upon
Lim. bar 'ling joyously The former
student w s thus st nmilv greeted
by his first patient ! Moritz came
int the room, and soon after Mar e
looking more ma urod, paler, and
more s rious, but still a love y in
the eyes of lleinrich as when Le
floated thro ugh the dance wi'h her,
or in the d rk u der the chestnut
t-ee before the hou3e, lite'iing to
Now, lleinrich w s in circum-sta-
ces to marry, an I ha told har
all that -.xs in his heart, and learn
ed tro'.n her Low long and faithfully
Le had been I cloved.
The S'.n h-d io- yet a'peare.l in
all L's majesty behind the moun
t ins 're 'he trumpet signal called
the officers to their regimen'.
Finally, the parting could no
onger be delayed; with one kiss for
uh t elo. ed. and pressing the hands
f the parents and brother, he was
Bye and-'y , the church b gan to
fill, and Muie, though a Lutheran,
k-ielt lath- convent chapel to im
plore God to keep her beloved.
An Hour alter tne line oi .Prus
sians had dep a-ted, and the thunder
of the cannon could be he rd in tne
Mare's nature was not communi
cative, but lat r in t ;e aftarnoon,
when the tli under f die cannoti had
cea ed, her usual self-possbssion
forsook her, and she went to t-e k
ier brother She f und him m Lis
room preparing to go out.
"Moritz dear .Moritz, she began
with a treni'hng voice ; ' n you
"As if I conld not real vour soul.
I know you, my good, faithful sister
as well as my own se f. You are
anxious about HeinricL. I am al
ready on my -way to procure mtlli
gence of him.
".Moritz, I cm sick with anx.ety.
I bc-ir of you to let me go with you "
The brol'nr shock his bead, and
said gently: "I ca-inot consent to
that. You have ever been self-reliant
Marie; deserve this p aise to-lay, iu
this tryiuij hour. Remember, that a
surgeon is not suriouudej by as inu -jh
danger as the combatants; that . the
biuerest enemy wid uot injure the
one who can help hiui. Your eoing
would only hiuder me, dear Marie.
A forsaken battlefield is no sight for
a woman. You know I am a .good
walker, and I will return to-night
with intelligence of tleinrich."
"At least take bandages, and strong
essences, aud Patient."
"I will. I have all prep-red, and
here comes Patient. Adieu''''
"God with you, Moritz."
The eister pressed his hands, and
.he young &a hntQed aWky. '
TLere; iij bo ;nnre shocking ':jh'
than jbatLf5eJd iriitnadiatcfy - after
tne copSct. ..AlthAUj-n it was Lte
hcn Mofitz reached flundhei. th
light SMVeV'inb'gti'Was' sufScicot to
to sliovr Mm tho field, itirt-ly h)e
y rses KoofV, .brokf.iw arm v. W fen
borfes, ht caps and knan5acks. and
o.iuuriwj uoari J no
ooen- Wkeo t the hospital, and the
Prarsitips bad baried-tWir dead. A
pioneer had da a luratreueh, and
jnea from te vicinity, epirently day
Iauqrers, wer9 engaged io placing the
des thrtpinV They emptied fhe
.oui Riiat iney could find, for nhieh
the dead ha 1 uo further use. .
Moritz enquired oftiiese men about
fln4 and that one, but tbey answered
curtly, th-j knew nothing bm that
there bad been a Moody contest, and
the troops had ,,aW..j on; that there
o:id been a hospital hastily construct,.
en, luut ,nmo f the wounded
b.cn carri d on (o the next city.
...ouiz ocrad tha pioneer siy, -'Let
us look behind everv hnsh Tlnrl.-
tnat uonc of our people he left. '1
Piui.ms have removed all' tli
j - lV'IHHI,
Involuntarily MorKz f-dlowcd these
men. Now his eye would fall on the
dead, On whose younj faCes the moon
lisht streamed. Moritz folded hi
ha'.d.s au'i breathed a prayer. Behind
him moved thedaik figures of the
pioneers; ho. thou .-lit cf tl,e Lnuures.
"FIcrc is n dead Prcssdan ! ' cried
one of the pioneet".
,;If a Furi?eon !'' cried another.
At this ni'-ment Patient. whf was
Moritz, leaped out with a
; Morita whistled to the dog,
hut he w u
i not obey, and would not
stir from the spot.'
The yoimo inqn turned around, rind
and stood transfixed, with quivering
up- ..net wi.a eyes, i,e gazed upon the
d-id. whom the pionee s were bout
to lay in tho :rerich Tho mnonlight
spoke with fearful distinctness; ''Thii
dead sui-o-eon in ilcinrich thrt 't.elorr.d
f your sisttr !":. Patient continued to
howl aud sunfT around
Mor tz r.ow besnn t.-
('.on.'hts. and with dtep emotion said
;o the D;eo. ' IVrmit me to tnkc charge
f tris de:td body; ho U my friend."
The pioneers stretched tho dead
fTeinrich upon his side ou the grass.
One made the rem -irk : ''This man
has no visib'e wound; perhaps he is
oi.lv stunned bv 2 bail."
Moritz km Is down bv Ilcinrich and
looked in his pale face,
-o cdm. pravei
as though he
.y onld aSiil Heaven to work a trim cle
H bith-d the lif..d..s teranlc with
j colo-jne wutcr, mid hell rme votlitiln
' renci to nis mouth V it on iu.
!uioa ? Did ho see auht ? The doz
pr?;n2 to the sido of ius forti:er)master
and looked in hU face, th.en laid his!
on tits cn-icf. : n't i)eM!i
jump about and bark with joy
b iori.di opened liis eyes, and in a
weak voice said. "Vv'liere ami?"
'fn-t, v or, deires- (r end." cried
j Moritz, joyfully, 'ds it. posdblo for
! vol! to o with me? '
"llotliP, then. I.T.n CO
will learn a 1 '
me; soon you
"Tell nif, Dist. ijcar Moritz if any
wounded af.' y-t I en, i r if there is a
iio?pitl near ?" risked lleinrich.
"The- wounded are well eared for.
they having brought all to our city,
There are th )o who, in morrow, will
miss the doctor m ire thno those ia the
hospital at lluudiieim. Marie is iu
agony at-oat yon."
'Then, let in go, "Joriiz," decide
lletnri?h "I believe it will be no
ne lect oi' duty if I aceompmy you ''
1 siticuf, arur a h'tte pause, again
broke into ee?-tieies, leaping and bark
ing, tl:en trot t d ou iti silence bV'ore
his old and new mi-ters, lis white
coat gleaming ibroigh tiie night.
llcie.rich tlicr: related, that after
ho hud dressed sovsral of ths wound
ed, aad the led era I troops had retreat
ed, te heard a deep groan in the bush
es at his left. The part of wounded
assigned to mo were only slightly in
jured, aud as soou as dressed would
follow ou to the hospital So I hast
ened to tit hushes aud f.. unci on the
ground a countrymau, whose face was
covered with blood ai d dirt, and in
whom, as I v.-iped away the blood,
found one of (lie dearest ftiynds of my
youth. He fit that his last hoar had
- . ...
cii'iu. let lie was luly conscious,
ai d knew me. It was a comfort to
Ii : tu that I, his best friend, could per
form hi;;: this list service of love.
With a waik vi icu he gave me a m t
sagti for bis parents and bride, and
with one sigh was dead.7'
After a pnt:e Ileinrci continued:
"Already wearied witu tits great ex
ertion af'cr the dy of battle, the
drth of my fricad o shocked me
that I fell in a dead taint, and might
easily have been taken Air deid. but
for you, dear .Moritz, I wouid perhaps
have b -eu thrown iito the trench and
covered with eartb, tut 1 have beeu
suffocated," aud ha heartily pre-sed
the hand of tho brother of hi? Marie
Moritz replied, "I cime at the
right moment, but u-either I nor Ma
rio saved you, for I was on the point
of leaving tlm battle-field, as Patient's
determined birkiDg arouDd you in
duced uie to return. Before as there
goes your only yreserver, Patient."
"It is true," naid lleinrich, "Marie's
faith, which out of love for me re
ceived the dog which I secretly iefc in
the garden of your parents, will,
through him, receive ita reward. I
ain weary and hungry ; I hve yet a
piece of the bread Mirio gave va.
Halloo! Patient, come, you shall
lave the first uioutnful. Come, nsy
old true, first patient !"
M6diaBa JojrBu ji r.e a Cons ia i n i ca ti a u
One Square, - ' I 2 56) S -i ?00
t o squares, , 5 C ; 9 - . 1 2 I'O , 1 8
Three SfinareS,- JS-1 16 fl0 2i
Four as.. T ! I'8)-t rril 59 4t
vf boh -Column,
ir. rt-i " . ? i.i' o
10:23 83(1 Mf ; 50" j 3ft i
"M. Qi6d,"tfF thu'ry.-troit -TrJ
Fi-iis, tonk i cbarg'? '4-kay d m
railroad car theothoff dty, iud t0Uj
dit'!3 hi? woc: ,.
Perhar,s the man mef ot. ta &o tne a
faror when' h&ame up to tue at tho -depot,
with fpiostcr ba.giti'dr his"5
arm, and wtuted to know if 1 wou?d
not ufce clturge ,iher J'nrh Chicago.
to Detroit. Many., meti think, a aiNf
roan jourt)evj3 recasred really pleas v
ant by th eoTiifistnlocship of
box and Uvch'u big as we got sear- '
d. She counted There weie jut
two. I oounled and made no more
nor less. Then she wanted her para
sol put into the rack, her shawl fofd
ded, and her ba oihox ceun'ed again.
I counted it. There was just exactly,
one bandbox of it. As we got started
she wautrd to fcrinw if I wis sure tint
we wee on the right road to Detroit;
I ws sure. Then she wanted her
ti-iveling-bag coi.nled. I counted it.
By this tim slie wanted the window
up, am! asked me if it wasn't a hot
d.:y I said it was. Then she' felt
lor her irocey and found it- was safe,
tin ush she was sure that she had loat 3
it. While counting it she rel itcd how ,
Mrs. Graff, ia goiug East, five years
age, ' '
LOST HER r-URSE -
and 83. She wound up the story br
asking me if it wasn't a hot day. I
said it was. Then she win ted thai
b. nd box counted, ami I counted him.
ila was still otiC band box. There
was a pause of live minute, and then
sh e wanted a driuk. I got it fur her.
Then she want-ad to know if we wei
o:t ihe right road to Detroit. I assure
e l her thar I was positive of the fact.
Tf:e brakeinan here called out the
name f a a'ation iti such a.i indis
tiiiwt manner that tljy lady wanted me
to go and see what ti.e name really
was 1 wont It va Cidun.ef. She
anted to k now il l was sure thut it was
wai-imct, ana i put my liana on n,y
sacred heart and assurred her that I
would perish sooner than
DECEIVE I' EU.
17 this litu-2 she wanted the traveling
bag counted, an! I ciuntel her. Sbo
figured up as before. L had just fin.
is 1. 6 1 counting vheu the wanted to
know if I didn't think it was a hot
day. I told her I did. We got along
tf r, n
very well for the dcxc half hour, as i
got her to narrating a story ot how she
got lost in the woods eighteen yers
before; but as soon as she finished it,
she wantei know if I was sure thit wo
weifl ou the right road to Detroit. I
i told her that I hoped to perish with
(lie liars if we were ri d, a-td she was
satisfied- Then the pa.mol feli doA-uj
she wanted me to
CHANCE A TEN' -CENT PIECE,
and' the window had to g down.
When w got dow.-i to Marsha l she
wanted to kiow if the pi ice wa u't
named alter court-mania', ini whet! -er
it wasn't barely poiMbie that tha
station was N bs iuttcad of Marslu-l
Thp band-box was counted, and ho
was just one. Then the window went
up and she asked me if, in my opiniou,
it wasu'fc a hot day. 1 replied tthat it
wa", ihsn sue reiite t a story auout
her uncle, and another about a youug
l.dy who had beiu dead Several yers.
During the day I counted that baud
box three huudred ti ties ; raised ti'O
the window thirty times; haid that it
was a hot day until my tongue wa
blistered arranged thatpirasol twenty
onetimes; got Inr sixicen dnuki of
water: and-impiirei the names of
thirteen stations, fth... sn'ii it wa
SO NICE T ) HAVE A MAN:
in whom a straor could place coo5
dence, aud I dared uot reply for fear
d' bringing out another story. Wi en
we reaotel Djtroii, I counted th
things three times over, helped he-oil
the carj. got her a hack, directed her
to a hotel aud told her the name of thi
street, price, nauii of tha landlord,
head waiter, porter and cook ; afi'ur
red Ler thit she was not robbed or
murdered; that it hal been a hot day;
that Djtroit had a pcpalatbn of
100,000; that the Full term of sch l
had c amnieufcd; that all Detroit- hick:
drivers were honest and obliging; that
it was quite warm. Poor woman I I
hope the landlord didn't pet out of
patience with her artless wiys.
A min Ster traveling through tho
West in a missionary capacity -everul
years ai:o, was holding an animated
theological conversation with an old
lady upon whom be had called, in the
course of which h? asked her what
! idea she hid formed of total depravity.
Oh, said she, I think it is a go. d doc
trine if peoide would only live up t j it.
Wife, which way do ycu suppi'd
the wind is to night ?
Well, really I dan't know, John, but
auppose you liht a candle, and Lok
in our straw bed.
How can I tell by that?
Why, ideas you, dou't Btrawj show"
which wuy the wind blows? . .
Go to sleep, you critter..
A spread eag'o orator cf New Yrrlc
State wanted the winsrs of a bird tofl
to every town and uouuty, to every vil
lage and hamlet in the broid lant; but
ho wiltaJ when a n uinhty biy in the
crowd sang out: You'd be chot for
an tun goose oeiore you nau niwo a
A Closed IJprER Mike (to re
cruiling sergeant) Well. I aiu't wed
off for clo's, hut I've got two snot"! ,
Sergeant Mike, y? know that is
the only gait ol clothes you've got.
Mike Ar.'ili, then isu't thcra. my