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" CONDENSED CEttTIKlCATES.
National Hotel, ,
Washington, P C. December 2, 1874.
MeiirallelphenttincA lien t ley i
Uents : 1 very cheerfully stale that I nsed Du
rang' Rheumatic Kemedy with decided benefit.
Memlierof Conrreta of (Ja.
Washington. II. -'.. Avril2, 1875.
Mi'sr lUliihemtlne ft llenlley :
Cent! tot the uatt ieen years my wife has
ticen a great suffer trom rheumatism, herdoctors
falling to p;i re her relief, she used three bottles
Duraiiif's Rhrunuitic Kemedy, and a permnneut
cure was the refill. WM. II. t BOOK,
"Executive Clsrk to I'reslilent limnt."
, Washington, H. C, March3, lk75.
lu the pceof tweWe hours my iheiimutUm
was gone, having taken tnmiUo.es oriiurang'
KJ,f.uln,'',l "'medy. Mv lirolher. J . B. Cessna,
of Bulfuul, I'a , wascured by asiroilaranloimt.
Member of Congress of Pa.
rrlcjonj dollar a bollle. or six bottles for Ave
dollar. Ask your druggist or Durang's Ilheu
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For tale by TIKUGOITS KVKKTWIilJRK.
Ctenoid by Wholesale Urugiiit in t'hlaiito.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1875.
A ERI AN A W0BB.
v rsiAat.ai MAcKar
A lltll spring ha test it way
Amid the gnu aad Urn i
A passisg stranger tcooped a well,
Wbtat weary men might turn
Ue walied II in, and hung with esr
lie thought aot of the deed btdld,
Butjadced that toll might drink.
Me passed ayaln, and lol the well,
By suasairr neverdrled.
lla nooll ten thousand parrbed tongues,
And saved a life beside,
A nameles man, amid a crowd
That throns-e.1 the daily mart,
Let fall a word of hope and love,
Unstudied, from the heart)
A whisper on tbe tumult thrown,
A transitory breath i
It raU4 a brother from tbsdust,
la soul front death.
but Httle at Ibeflrst.
Pliny says that Cyrus had a memory
so proaigiou.i mat ne coiuu natne very
ouictT anu gniuier in ins armies ; anu
tiiati.uuius bclpluktievvcveryl.ouian cit
izen by 'name when that city contained
more than two hundred thousand capable
of bearing urm. Seneca sDtaksi of a
friend, Pontius I.atro, who could repeat
rrr6afti nil the speeches lie had heard de
claimed by the Human orator. It Is said
that Joseph bcallger committed to mem
ory now tne niau anu tne uuysscy in
twenty-one dav. Sir William
1 in m If ton telU m of n young Corsican of
goou ramiiy who had tone to ratlua to
study civil law, in which he soon distin
guished hlmtiell. "lie was a Irenuent
visitor at the house and gardens of Mure
tus, who, having heard that he possessed
a remarkable art or faculty of memory,
though incredulous in regard to reports,
took occasion to request from him a
specimen of his power, lie at once
agreed ; and, having adjourned with a
considerable party of distinguished audi
tors into a aalnon, Mtiretus began to
dictate words. Latin, Greek, barbarous,
significant and noiHslgnillcmt, disjointed
and connected, until he wearied himself,
the young man who wrote them down,
and the audience who were present:
we were all,' he says, 'marvelouily
tired.' The Corsica!! alone was the one
of the whole company alert and fresh,
and continually desired Mtiretus for more
words, who declared he would he more
than satUtled if he could repeat the half ot
wiiat he had taken down, and at length
lie erased. The young man. with
his gaze tixed upon the ground, stood
silent for a brief season ; and then ays
Miiretn. 'Villi Caelum nilrilkis'Unuin.
Ilavlnr beirun to sneak, he absolutelv re-
teated the whole words in t tie same or
der in which they had been delivered,
without the slIcliteH hesitation : then.
commencing from the lat. he repeated
them backward till lie came to the first.
Then, again, so tiiat he spoke the first,
the third, the fifth, and so on ; did this in
any order that was n-ked. and all with
out the smallest error. Having Mibne
iliiently become familiatly ticrjualutcil
with him. I Imve had other jml Irenuent
exnerietice of ills nower. He lif.nnil
ine (and he had nothing of the boa-tor
in him) tlmt lie could recite in the man
ner I have mentioned to tin; amount, of
thlrty-MX tlioii-aml words. And what Is
more wonderlul. they all mi adhered to
the mind, that after a year's inlejval he
could repeat them without trouble. 1
know, from having tried him, he could
do bo after considerable time.' " E. S.
Dro ; Scribntr for Xutember,
Ho I onion Kcllpaed.
t.Vew York World.
"Hwang I.ee and Ah Wing." said his
honor, as he bout a rather low brow upon
u pair ot celestials who stood before him.
"What do you say to the charge ol disor
derly conduct brought airainH you V"
"Ah Wing he luu away my dog,"
pleaded Hwang Lee.
"Hwang Lee was the Melicnn man
callee dam lire. Hwang Lee comec my
lauuly, stealed my dog all likee Melicnn
man dam thief," pleaded Ah Wing.
"It is not remarkable," said the Judge,
"that these strange people, to far behind
the civilized world in many respects, yet
possess in common with us an affection
tor the lower animals? I must discover
to which of the prisoners the quadruped
rightfully belongs, and that, too, by
means ot a strategy once employe:! by a
somewhat famous biblical predecessor.
Otllcer Brown, bring the dog mid u meat
:tx Into court."
It was done.
"Alt Wing and Hwang Lee," resumed
the court, aumlug a style of pronunci
ation meant to be clearly comprehensi
ble. "Olticer, comee choppee doggee in
twoee. All Wing takee bailee and
Hwang Lec takee lialfee. Under-
A painful silence was at last broken by
Ah Wing, who remarked calmly, "Alice
light, judge, so otllcer give me bailee got
"em dog's libs in him."
"Affection has spoken in silence,"
said the judge, triumphantly ; "let
II wing Lee have the dog."
"Tankee, Judge," said the prisoner, its
he lifted up the obese animal. "Ah Wing
he not haveu dambltc ; Hwang Lee eatee
dog all up heself."
"Five dollars or live days each," said
the disgusted Judge, as his estimate of
the celestial in human nature fell down
Urnlu in Bight.
Chicago Journal, 3d,
Chicago elevators, as per othcial re
turns, contain l,3ol,0(J0 bushels ol wheal:
bushels of corn ; G7U.4U2 bushels
of oats : 1U!J,511) bushels of rye, and into,
063 bushels ot barley, making a grand
total of 3,765,414 bushels, ugalii6t J.U27,
133 bushels one week ugo, uud 3,027 ,01(0
bushels at tills period last year.
The stock of tlour lu Chicago on Mon
day was 44,238 barrels, mid the stock of
pork in New 1'ork at the same time was
The stocks in Loudon to-day were 450.
900 to 400,000 quarters of wiicat ; 00,000
to luu.uuu quarters ot corn, anu 200,000
to 216,000 sacks of flour.
The imports into the United Kingdom
last week were 203,000 to 300,000 quartsjri
ot wheat; 116.000 to 120,000 quarters of
com, uml 80,000 to 85,000 sucks ot tlour.
Milwaukee elevators ure stored with
716.327 bushels ot wheat; 21,461 bushels
ot corn ; 33,207 bushels of outs ; 25,700
bushels ol rye, and 138,014 buuhelsof bar
ley. At the commencement of business on
Monday, New Voik and Brooklyn ware
houses were stored with2,b,17,33tt bushels
of wheal ; 1,470,037 bushels of corn ; 70S,
027 bushels of out; 61,548 bushel of rye;
102,010 bushels of barley ; 252,058 bushels
ot malt, und 3,433 bushels ol peas,
'1 he exports ot breadstulis uud provis
ion last week from the leading st u-hoard
i port Include 3,048 barrels' of pork;
2,410,335 pounds of lard; 3,072,020
pounds of bacon; 70.161 barrels of flour;
778,005 bushels of wheat ; 637,204 bushels!
Of corn, and 15,182 bushels of peas.
The figures below show the amount of
grain In sight In the States and Canada
sd the 33d ultimo: Wheat, 11,488,402
bushels: corn, 5,005,009 bushels; oats,
3,140,086 bushels; rye. 321,019 bushels
barley, 1,474,630 bushels.
In Denver, years ago when Denver
was made up of s population of robbers
and gamblers and adventurers there
used to be a miners' bank a bank where
miners deposited banks of gold dust, or
sold it for currency. In the bank, before
the teller's window, there sat one day, u
forlorn, dejected, woe-begone looking old
miner a seedy forty-niner. He wore an
old, faded slouch hat, about tbe color of
bis tangled, sun-browned beard.
He never spoke as the other miners
came In aud changed their dust ior coin,
smdrtp uMKket0MB. Uowm a per
sonified funeral a aad. broken-hearted
man. As this, sad miner sat there, one
day, smoking his pipe, and seemingly ob
livious to everything, a youug nun en
tered, and launtllv handed in fiia buo- of
"It weighs six hundred and eighty dol
lars, Mr. Johnson," said the teller, taking
It from the scales.
"All right; give me credit on the
books," said the young man moving
toward the door. But, turning on his
heel In the doorway, lie paused a mo
ment, put his hand thoughtfully across
his brow aud said :
"I beg your pardon, sir, but It seems
to me you made a little mistake in pay
ing me last week, didn't you "
"No, sir; we never err, sir; and if we
did, sir, It's too late to correct It now.
l ou should iiavo spoken about It at the
time." replied the teller, coolly.
'But, sir, I'm positive that you paid
me ninety dollar too much. Suppose
you weigh the last week's bag again?"
urged the young man.
"Oh ! If the mistake was that way, per
haps we did." replied the teller, putting
tlie bag ol gold dust on the scales again.
"GoodnessT I did make n mistake. Just
ninety dollars and"
"Here's your money," interrupted the
young man, throwing down the amount
"I'm very much obliged," said the
teller; "for the mistake would have come
out or my wages when we came to bal
ance. I cannot thank vou too much."
The only man watching the transaction
was tlm old slouch-hatted miner. He
arose, fastened bis eyes on the young
man, then cnne and watched him pay
the money back. Surprise tilled his
countenance. His eyes opened wide, and
his lips fell apart with astonMimcnt.
I hen, looking the honest man straight In
the face, he exclaimed :
"Stranger, don't you feel mighty lone
some 'round here !"'
A Wrlfrr In tl, in. I ll-l. r..-n
some Interesting reminiscences of "Stone
wall" Jack-on while at West Point. The
following will Illustrate the Inflexible Ut
termlnatiou of the man: "He had a
.iiiiuu;ii nine in wiencaaetny at tirst;
his want oi previous training placed him
at a disadvantage, and it was all he could
fin tn nnBd lita Hn, nw...t.....t .,
f , , n3i. cAuiiiiuuiiuii. n e
were stutlyiugulgcbra.and maybe utmlvt
Ie.il geometry, that winter, and Jackson
was try low in hi class standing. All
ights were put out tit Maps;' but Just
before the signal he would pile his grate
up wltli anthracite coal, and king prone
before it on the floor, would work awuy
at his lessons by the glare of the fire,
which scorched his very brain, till a late
hour In tlie night."
"For the Mood la the Life."
See Deuteronomy, xll:23. Tlie blood
being the sourcu from which the system
is built up, and from which we derive
our mental us well as physical capahili
ties, how Important that It should be
kept pure! li lt contain vile, festering
poisons, all oiganic functions become en
leeblcd. Settling upon important organs,
as the lungs, liver, and kidneys, the ef
fect is most disastrous. Hence It be
hooves all to keep their blood lu a per
fectly heullhv roiiitllliin urnl itih.,i Aatu,
ially does this apply uc tills particular
season ot the year than at
any oilier. No mutter what
uie cxciung cause may be. the real
ci use of a hug; proportion of all diseases
1 b;'d blood. Now, Dr. Pieice does not
wish lo place his Golden Medical Dlscov
eiy In the catalogue of qtuck patent nos-
tllllllS. llV I'fl'Omillf'tllllllir It tr, mil. iv.,i-
dUctse, iior tloes he so recommend it ; on
,i... i .......... i , ... i.
mi; iumi.ii, , uiciu aie iiunurrus oi UIS-
eases t'.ial he acknowledges It will not
cure ; but what he does claim is this, that
tiiere is but one lot m o ' blood disease that
it will not cuic, and that disease is cancer.
He does not.iecommend hlsDiscoveivtor
tlut disease, yet lie knows It to be' tlie
most searching blood-cleanser yetdlscov
ered, und that It will free the blood und
system of all other blood-poisons, be
they animal, vegetable, or mineral. The
Golden Medical Discovery Is wonvtnted
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Legs, or other parts, and all Scrofulous
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Fever Sores, Hip-ioint und Spinal Dis
eases, all of which belong to Scrofu
CONFIRMED. Itlt'-JOt.NT DISEASn CUIIKD.
W. Gitovu Station, Iowa.
Dr. I'lKi'B, Buffalo, S V.:
D'-nr Sir My wlto first became lame
nine yen is ago. Swellings would appear
und disappear on her hip. and she was
gradually becoming reduced, and her
wnoie Nvstem rotten wan disease, in
1671, swelling broke on her hip, dis
charging large quantified, and since that
time there are several openings. Have
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who say nothing will do any good but a
July 10, 1S73, he writes thus: My
wile has certainly received a great bene
fit from the use of your Discovery, ior
she wus not able to get off the bed und
was not expected to live a week when
she commenced using it u yeur ago. She
bus then doing most of her work for over
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and still using It. Her i ceo very Is con
sidered as almost a miracle, und we at
tribute It ull to thu use of your valuable
medicine. I can cheerfully recommend
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f f iw.llln. -C -
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