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From the Evening Wisconsin.
From the Evening Wisconsin. THE TOMB OF THE YEAR.
BY P. S. PENNELL.
I'm wwiry and flint In thwnattl of t'fs,
An: AittimiTi'M lima ehailnwa apiipar
Whr-n I wamlur nwtiv from Ilia world's bney strife
Torrllirt bf tlie Tnfhhnf tlie Year.
Where the loTlngl and lnvej, In dreamless repose.
Th Atitf"! liath Rathi-ml to n.t,
Whlla inmmr witli llnsr.'rs ant wlntT with snow.
Tread lisUtl ill turf o'er the bleeL
Oh t why ehoult we mourn for the lored that here
To Uu- liutfl of ft wltttertea-l Terr,
Ttbere the llllt- end ro.ra etrrttftily hlnnn
And Die ami's never turn tf) a tear ?
Tlilr bnrur-thij have nitMip-il on theoppoette ilile:
Hi r mine ! Hie AnuM of Jt,i.a,
llimi-.'li the waters l(Kk d-ira an I river seema wide,
(the bore them eafe over from thlp.
tint 1 aa for a alGit wi.Tn the AriH will cento
tlVr the lone, utyMIc rlv-r f r nip;
Anil a whfprlDK nnriniir Iroiu the distant lTn
fti-phiia, "hhe la coming fur thee
lVlifu Summer lla .horn nt l"-r variabilis of green,
And atlii.f-t'a ,lpi,iiril- and g M
Aro pstiit'f I.llu'e valley, r.Hh, mountain and
With ntelurra the ban! never told."
Then, Father, be with me, the trtpprtt to lmii;
of merry pray grant mo tl. h at ire,
The mint to dti-ptM ili;tt limi on the wave
And liHn. frmn my 1'i.ni tint .l,.ire.
Th n.th thebll'e lo a cUrk ai.d ilv.T aeoma wide,
I fat'it nt w.th I ti'iu at tlo, t.ilin,
Whn the At-iT'-l ehull ril 'e o'u I lie rnystlml tide
Willi me lo the ti.autllul ri dim,
MY DAUGHTER MOLLY'S STORY.
"Then ynn ciin civn mo no tenson for
your olijeetimi'., I'.itlii-t?"
Molly a T.uiM Nomiilril d fl int, litit ber
quivering nuititli slmwi il licnv mndi puin
Umt given iirr; nml it in w i v hanl to look
fit your own eliil.i, n lnviut; lnveiy ytrl vi
ftovi'titoen, un1 i-el timt you are- making Uer
I do not Hiink it islri:iei Molly i my
own cliilil tl at 1 way sho wi lively at m-vVii-Itcn.
0:bi-r people) tli me-lit sn, tuo. She
IiaiI aite-h a rare tiico; n liur h1 it:i littl"
Irwkleil; il.uk Liown lniir, wlij.-li clnit. roil
in boyish fiixliioii ovvr btr trliitn ti nipli-s;
lilnok-lnnm'il, r'mr pray eyes th" lonn
IriiiKes trtinbli il now uh liorvoiltly is tii6
cloaely shut aculi t lip. I knew ilin oor
fhilil wat tryitiRto ki i pfinin cryino, mi l
fi It au uiibntmul lymnt, sitini' tin re in my
cay clmit lo ikin at hor. It b enmo in c
iiry to repe it my objootimm, tosavo uiy
i'lf troui yieliliii?;.
"I i " Jon lo re,ioni just now, Molly.
I thiuK Mr. Wii klmm in too ulil f ir yoii;
nml also, I want to kno n litt'o moro
nbont him bt lore you pmmiso to ba liiH
Oh, father!" She hail boon MuiilinR
by the door. I hoped this painful int.
wim over, and hIio w.m Roiiitf nway
tpiietly; but now oho v.me b.ick to my wri-tniK-table
arid pro 'hi d her eolsped LiiihIn
npnit it, u a if to all ady hew It.
"Von know I don't likn you ig mm; Mr.
Vickhain in only torty; yuu mo yoiii'x
till, nnd yon ure (orty-ni vi'ii; nnd, father,
thonijh you havti only known him a few
weeks. rmemler I saw aiud deal it linn
nt liriKhton; ho nud I tiaed to npond every
monnuK on the bench.
"Ihon where wo Mm. Jaekson?" I nsk
ed nmfrily; for niy coiiHin Tom Jm kn in'a
wife had usfured ui if I would tnmt Molly
with hertoapend it month nt r.ri ,-htoii,
nbe would never h t her I'd out altn.
"Ah, ahe Used to talk to Mr. Wii lihnm,
too. Why, hither. I told you all thin, the
flr.t day he called hor after I cauje back;
Khe tnlked to him till ahe li'K,i:i to read,
but yon know, when once cousin Emma
gete- her head in n book, bl.e is not uinoh
of n couipaniou to utiybody.1'
"Thin ia all irrelevant." I mid. "I must
till keep to what 1 told yon j :t now. Mob
ly; 1 don't yet know enough u Mr. Wick
bam to consent to your tuarriao with him;
and until I do know a little 'worn abont
him, L must not coino heri, my ih.rlinp;."
I looked at her lovingly, lint w hen
father tal;t a upou himseit to thwart hit
daughter affections t!ionc;h hisheart ninv
b running over with love tor her, it i
one; be in looked upou us themoHt unnntu.
rul tyrant that ever (listed -a creiitiiM
taking nctnal V liht iu promoting the
misery of othvra,
"It is very. Very hard," said Molly, iynor
ini; the fond look that went with mv last
wcr.lM. "I must know bent wlw will'mako
mere waa aui'U a ipiavi r in the sweet
TOice, as Khe hnt the dour behind her
that 1 felt mire Molly would po Rtraihtup
nuum 10 ner ow n room nua ci v her Ui
Heart out; ami thouiih I wa.- Kiieh an iullex
ible tyrant, yonu( ladiu., I leaned back
my chair, nnd covered my f.ico with
hnndH. aa I thought of my diirhni?'M eufl'er-
luff. I.loiiy wan all 1 kint ot i ar hntr now.
Her mother had been taken from me three
yearn lietore, ami I had thought that
poor lonely Kirl would be happier at gehool
urnn wun ucn an utterly cast-down, npint
Iriu wreeK uh tins Ioh had h it me; for
wife and I bad never been acpuntod, and
wan to mo now na if half of myself, half
my feeling at Teaat, and my better judg
ment, mv imrieu in me quiet littlo church
yard at l'ulhnm.
"Oh, Mary, if I only hud you now,
woum an tie easy.
And then, it nncmed to m, that if
mother I. ad li veil, thin could uuvur
auppeued to Molly. My own lost darlni"
would never have ant riradinu novela on
beach, while a blooming young creature
iiKe tuai taiiieti io a utmicer.
"No. Kind 1 to uiVHelf lirmW. "I
prejudice, and I think young people should
marry lor love; out I consider an uttaeh
meut falest when it noriuc. tin iu a
own home; enpecinlly when a i-irl is mother-
linn, anil nan lost tuo only aula coufldarte
pitill 1 wa very uncomfortable.
Ton-timo came, and Molly did not
ilonii to make it. I fjrew more and
nneaay. I (f it up, aud bewail to walk
and down the laro old-fanhioued room
A room you nsver Ben iu newly-built
nouse-i; uut a room oa will olieu tliul
the old unticejientod parta of London
twe'-n Islington and OniVH-inn. A k.piaro
room, wna a wine, auauoir tiow-wiiufow.
the shultera ot whrcu were eiicrimted
richly earved wondworkitiiirvmp; to be
too ou wiiiniicoting and door panels
chimney-piece; the ceiling wan also
decorated. A room that, even with acauty
luruiHUiiiK nun mi iiKre allowance nt lli'lit
lent far more of dignity to our atraitoiied
uieain than the Hiiiall, smart, brati-nw
drawiiiK-room of a Hiiburbau villa
erer have ivcu. 1 could never lull whv
I have racked my memory for t inu link
my poor child' and atoiy, and I have
ueeu able to find it but an 1 paced uu
down my walk, bounded by the hunts
tuo lurkey carpet, which did not
nearly an hir an the wainscoting, I kept
loonimt at ineceiuuR. it was not Vorv
tiuct in the li;;ht (jiveu by our lamp iu
pace; but gttlltuo tcetoon Ktretclmig
one duiicu oi uower toauotner kept ou
iractinK my noiico more nun more.
More and more, till my neok ached
the tnort ot looking up at them. I atonue
hort nuddenly, and nokt d myself
how I coald let my attuntiuu wuuder in
childish fashion, when I had to consider
important a aubjeut a the happiueae of
elilld'a lib? And then I tried to recall
thought that win iu my mind when I
begau to walk np and down.
lietore lone it came bnck; but it certain
ly had no connection with the ornamented
Celling, at least ao it then Boeined to me,
My thought wan this: '1 hut I had
been quits truthful with Molly; that
trouu motive nower of mv oinectiou to
Wickham'a auit was a prejudice UKiiiiistthe
man iiimaeii, A prejudice conceived
kiataut I Haw him, and which the luvorable
attur imurcuaion hia manner and ronverua
tion had produced hud utterly failed to
move. '1 ho atrangeat part nbout thie
judioe wai that it aecmed to have been
my mind before I saw him. It teemed
me a II 1 must have known this ,an
dream, or hi noma previous state of
Molly had not talked aboulher new
before lie presented himself l bo I ootild
no ay account for my prtdispoitiou
Mr. ,Inckon had lent him a book, and
be called at our house to return it, having
appertained that our cousin waa to pay us a
visit on her way home,
I thonght it nnneccasary to ask Mm np
staira when ho heard that Mr. Jackson had
had left n that morning; but he came up
and made himself very agreeable, and ao
excited my interest by tho promised sight
of a rare etching, that I confess I asked him
to dine with us the next Sunday, and bring
his trrasnre with him.
Atterward, I imagine, he must have call
ed alpiost daily in my absence; bnt of this
I heard nothing in detail. Once or twice
Molly said, "O father, Mr. Wickham call
ed, and asked to see yon;" but I took lln
heed. I quite accepted the the fact that I
was the object of his visits, and although,
when Molly repeated it this evening, 1 re
eolleeled that she had spoken of meeting
Mr. Wickhom on the bench, still it would
never hnve occurred tome that plain nnd-dle-aved
man, whoseemedto meolderthan
myself, could have any attraction likely to
win my beautiful child.
The shock this evening, when she came
to me and said that she had promised Mr.
Wickham to e-k my pcrman'on to become
his wile, had been overpowering. The
whole affair seemed to mo so sly.
"How dare he think of n girl like my
Molh?" I had Mid to myself; and I said
it agi'in a I stood still ill the middlenf the
room, trying to connect my thought to
gether. 1 had stood 'ill beido a large enel. I
hnve not said before that I am na artist,
beeii'tae it matter little to the story I have
b) tell; but the room wa full of easels, fol
ios, and half-finished pictures and sketch
es. On the easel be-i le which I now stood
wa a aki'leh-book, kept open by n urn hi
stn.k. Molly had been sketching from a
cast of a pair of hands, hardly to bo seen
now in the dun ligl t on the oppo-iile wall;
but I was not looking at her bold yet caro
tid drawing. I uu easel was near enough
to Hiv lamp for me to se n sentence writ
ten over and over again on the other side
of tho pa'e - liichard Kobsrt Wickhmn
ard I 'ie'i. ns if tli i iint.d pleased hor, It,
H. W. iu varied monograms.
I started r.s if s una one hal come sud
denly ou inc. mi l then instinctively I loos
ed up at the Ceiling; a chaos of places and
persons was Burying up lino my lirain
c uitiisoilly, that I could not att n to any
distinctness ot vision
I w ent back to niy table, sat down iu my
chair, and again I covered niy face with
my hands. This time I was trying to face
uiv thoughts, not t Miinik ttn-in.
II. 11. W. I had se, u these Initial. Yes,
often nnd often -but where? I tried to
seo the letters ill my luiu 1, and then, hold
ing them fixed thero, to forco memory to
picture win re mqo nnd seen them. Jiy de
grees, slowly, painfully, my vision grew
clearer. I saw the 11. 11. . distinctly; no
lone'cr on the blank of Molly sketch
bcolt, but in the corner of large folio sheet
of paper; and then, ns suddenly na the
furling ot a (ail the nuvailinp; ot the moon
by a w iu 1-driven cloud cnnie out into dis
liucliou tfio mystery that had beuu labor
ing in mv brain.
I uncla-pcd my hands, nud looked up at
the celliu lea: 1 understood it all, now
Vein s ago, as a lad, I had been pupil to au
architect, nnd drawing alter dr.iwiugof or
linnc nls (if various kinds had couie tludei
mv notice, always with this H. K. W. iu the
Hut what had this to do with Mr. Wick-
ham? There might bo dozens ot men with
the same initials. Ha 1 I ever fa-en the
artist whose design had iO clung to my iu
Thia timo I was not so long iu groping
among the dark corner of the past; tor it
a curious fact that wlin once the mind
thus lorcedout of tho present hlu, it will
travel along unaided.
I saw a cosy dining room, with a blazing
Are, and the glow of erini-oii cuitain on
the face ot my host, portly Mr. Attwoodthe
architect, who ant oppusitc to me on the
other side el the hearthrug; and it seemed
to mi) I could s o a triui-lookiug parlor
aid ushering iu n middle sized slim youth
i ll liL-lit lmir and whiskers his namu I
could not n uiember, but he was the design
er of the coding and iu tho employ of
Messrs. i'optou the builders, I romenjbr
Ihst he sat w ith his face Iu uhudow, only
evary now and then a flicker in the fire h id
given ini- a cli-arer glimpse of him. He
stayed about u quarter ot an hour, and seem
ed glad to get away. Could tLishavo In en
Mr. Vt icklnini, this thin, pale, timid youth
tho well-dressed and well-to-do man who
dined with us that Sunday? And yet once
lu tlie ulternoon there had conio over hnn
timid, ill-aasiired niannor, which, now
remember il, likened him strangely to Mr.
Att rood's vis tor. Aud yes, this seemed
to make conjecture certain. The timid
im ma; Wickham when I aked him if he
had ever takon np art practically, as he
seoined to be bo foud of collecting it. He
bad avoided nnswering my question.
' II old Att wood was alive, I could make
inquiry of him." I said; and then I felt
provokvd that he and and both the broth
er 1'optou l ad du d y. nrs aio. I had
clue to the It. It. W. of my yuuugnr davs.
PART. I. PART II.
Next morning Molly sent me a messaoa.
Her head uchud so badly that she booed
would excuse her, aud send her up Mime
I felt very sorry not to si u tier, csneciallv
as i was goiug to ninKii a sKole-u near St.
Paul's, a background for mv new niclure.
and I had determine I not to come houui
usdal to our early dinuer.
"I wish 1 had told her I khould not
homo, I thcuiiht ; "sho may fanev I am dis
pleased with bur about this uulorluuate
business,, l'oor, dear child! if I bad not scut
her to acdiool, she would have learucd
know ber poor old hit her better.
My i-liutch was v.-rv troublesome: and
wheiilut last thought about dinner, I found
it was past o o ciocK.
'.No wonder 1 in hunurv:it is fortunate,"
I fcaid, "Molly was not to wait, poor dar
ling." I was close to St. Pall a churchyard, nnd
I went iuto a pastry cookV, a tiliice I
often lunched in when I wns at Attwood's.
and ordered a basin of soup.
I ordered eoup, thiuking there could
be no deluy iu getting it. but I was mis.
1 h id seated myself nt ono of the small
marble tables iu tho dingy parlor behind
the shop. Tlioro was no one there but my
self, and I rapped my glass impatiently with
inn man ui niy kiuih.
les. Sir. said tho waiter, lust uiitlina
in his head from a side iloor-hewas
short bald-headed man, with rd hair
an ineffable smile; a mau, yon felt
would only go the pace ba chose "dirojt-
ly, mi: ami ue vanished.
I felt exasperated half incliued to
nway at once. Just at this moment
men came into the shop, gave their orders
nt the counter and then ui a'od themsuLvi
at tho tkhle next mine; but as they hud
backs toward me, nnd.tho light camediiuly
through the dirty tohwebbed window,
count not Bee i heir faces.
T hsy began to tulk at first about China.
One of them had lately returned
Shanghae. Something in the tone of
man s voice struck me as familiar. I could
uotlilen'.ily It, but It linked itself with
crowd of long-buried memories that
lieeu revived last mglit by the sight of
Just then the waiter came with my soup
"Are those chops coming?" said
Shanghae man. I tiied to net a look
him as bespoke, but hi fnue was smother
ed in a tin ye. Mown beard.
"I say," his companion Baid, "did
ever come across Ln ky-bird iu Australia?'1
Hush!" said the other, bnt he scarcely
lowered bis voloe; "he's back again here
up in tuo woi-ia again, and doing well "
"You don t meau that? Why, I've
in tngiauu ever siuce, audi ve heard nyth
ing about bim."
"Well, then, Fred, it you walk up
down Mincing-lane for an hour to-morrcw
morning before you return to the bosom
your family at Heading, you'll most
meet Mr. Wickham, ton broker, comiugout
of bis own ollioe."
Fred whistled. "He baa a nerve, aud
mistake. 1 ve hoard that these thlimshnu
peu iu Austruliu; but I didn't think a
eouid get fourteen years, and then
back and hold np hi bead In old I'nglaud
again, jnst a if nothing had happened.
"Well, and why not? I believe he bnd k
scaup of a father, who taught him no good.
orgery a an ngly thing; hut still I believe
it to be ona'of those cri mes a man mav com-
mil in a moment of sudden temptation. and
repent oi ever alter. 1 always thonght the
Voptons hard in prrsocuting the case. No,
I can't see why poor Dicky bird should not
have a chance of living honest He's Get
ting on In life now.
"Well," said Fred "yon can do ns yon
plesse.bntl couldn't have any thing tosny
to Wickham ifl were to meet him a hundred
I pushed away iny soun: it was as much
as I could do not to groan aloud.
It was impossible to slay there any long
er. V hat evil chance bad led me. on that
special day, into that pastrycook's?
I went np to the counter, paid for what
I bnd had, and went back to my sketch.
Hut not lo draw. I knew ali power had
left me. My bead seemfd to be going
round nnd round, as I made the best of my
way ones to I'ougniv-sireet,
Of course I remenibertd the forgeiy on
Popton', bnt even now I conld l ot dis
tinctly recall the name of those who bad
been triod and convicted for having coin
milled it. I knew there had been three or
four eoucerned. Once or twice, as I walk
ed home, I told myself it was impossible
that the lover of my child wai a returned
convict. I tried to look at the casii sS the
Shnnghae man hnd looked nt il; hut his
frl n-1 s words had more weight I felt tlint
the other notion was overstrained and qui
1 had some hope thai Molly nogM have
gone out to tn';n a walk; but when I open
ed the door, there she stout m the middle
of th painting room, before the opou
For a moment I fell choked; but the s!g1it
of her awi el, inno-nnt beauty hardened me
yet more against Wtckham,
' I wid not give him n creature like that
to dra down lo disgiaoe," I said firmly.
Molly came np to me timidly, and held
her luce to bo kirseil.
It seemed to mn as if I conld not tell lier
what 1 bad beard, but she left mono power
of sib nee.
"Father." he crew crluiscn while she
spoke "Mr. Wokniaul lias been here, and
he says he is coming n;aiu this evening to
explain matters to you "
l'oor, dear Molly! 1 saw in her cowering
floure and whitening face how angry I was.
I don't know what I ha 1 said; my words
had bnrst from me liko a tenmest.
Hit nh only ran nway lorn moment;
then, liko a true woman, she rallied to de
tend her lover.
"Father, you maynol like Mr. Wickham,
but von bavo no right to call him a scoun
drel." Silence!" I said
Molly and I stood just by the easel whero
I lia.l stood lust niclil. She ili.l not crv:
..m,r fl..hd nut her b.-ani iinl r v
anger, and a sort ot wondering contempt
for mv blind prejudice,
I f, It that I must fell hor the truth al
once; but I did not look nt her while 1
"And how d you know it is the tatro
person?" her voice rang out ir. triumphant
scorn; "how do you know those men were
speaking the truth? Father, lein lll cv
it is you telling me nil this. Why did you
not turn round on the men nnd dere them
to provo what they were chattering about?"
She turned away impetuously, and walked
up nnd down tho room as fait ns alio conl I.
Presently she enmo back to m-'.her breath
coiui: g iu quick short pant between l or
"Aud If it is true, do you tliiu I shall
loave off loviug bim? What! when be is
trying to do what is rluht and just, tdia',1 I
desert him? I shall only clint'to him more
closely only strive to show him that at
least one heart believes him true nnc hon
orable; but I don't believe this story."
I confess that her passiou frightened me.
I had seen hor solf-wille l, but not often;
she had been such a geutl", yielding girl.
How t ver was I to cou vines her of the tiutb
of my story.
It teemed to me, that if its truth wore
ouce ma le irresi-tible, a pure, innocent
creature like Molly must t-l.riel; lroin the
cnut iminstiou ot nn li amaiiiuoo. I was
ib tcrmined h1:o hhould give up Mr. It H.
Wlcl.ham; but I wanted her to do this w il.
If Viclihnni confesses to this when I en
bim to night, will yru beeonvince d then?"
1 sal l gravely.
Not unless ho tells me so lnnie-!l; nnd
she went ont of the room, ns if she were
afraid to trust her own self-control.
Mr. Wickham came. I told hiin my stuiv.
At first he hesitated; but when he saw that
I remembered bim, ha conlaKsed the whole
He plended very strong' y against my judg
ment; h said ha did not believo any one
hut the man I had heard culled Tom would
have recocuized him; he, it seems, bad been
clerk to Mr. Attwood at tho time of the for
geiy. Wickhum explained his prospects to
me, and ottered to make a settleinuiit on
Molly; but I conld not yield. The man
spoke fair enough; but there was n furtive
expression iu hiseyos that strengthened my
I called Mollv down stairs: he turned mile
when she fixed her clear, can id eves ou
his; hutntmv request ho confirmed the
tide I hnd told ln r.
HIio Bhivered slightly, aud theu he put
her baud in his.
"Hear witness, father, that I love hiU
better than ever, aud thnt I will not marry
any on else.
Ho took her In hi arm nnd kissed her
before I eould interfere. An instant before
I had felt sorry for him, but this Bi;;ht stir
red my angi
'Mollv. im no stairs " I aai.l na ni.iotlv
a I ould. Al soon as she was gone,
turned to Wickham.
"You had no rivht to toiiih mv uhild.
had just told you that I will never give her
to von. I fuel Borry for your position: but
I do not consider that a man who was driv
ing earnestly to regam au honest name
would have acted as yuu must have acted
in yonr acquaintance with niy daughter.
Now understand distinctly, Von must not
come here; you must umI write to Mollv
nor must vo"u alb nipt to meet her. If you
do auv of these things, I tell you, fraud
that I hl nll not feel boi-nd to keep
. . 1 3
He looked at me for a moment, a keen
glunce from under his light eyulashes that
seemed to be probing my nature.
"1 will trust you, la,-. Morton," ho said,
aud you may rely ou me. Good evening."
Molly fell ill so palo and weak that
heart ached lor the sorrow that I knew
was sutfurmg. I sent for our doelor;
be ouly advised change of air. Mr. Jack
sou wrote, and asked her down to Hath;
hut I was tot goiug lo trust cousin Emma
again with my precious child. When
thonght how bright and blooming sho
been before that luckless visit to Brighton,
I deplored my owu folly.
"She shall never leave inn again," I said,
aud though I could ill afford the expense-,
toek Molly down to Hastings.
But she only grow sadder nnd quieter,
aud I felt my own spirits kinking rapidly.
I oould sketch cut al doors, but in Ihesmiill
crumped lodging I had none of the
sources I found nt home.
So sometime tho day pnFsed with
the interchange of a few sentences.
Oue morning I rauns dowu to breakfast
earlier than usual. I had risolvod on going
home; perhaps the change back to London
might develop lu ili.lly tho benefit eho
derived from the Bun air.
I met horomiu upstairs; she hid
out walking and thero w as i tresh bloom
hor cheeks I bud not seen for weeks.
"Good morning, darling. What do
think about goisg home to-monow?"
She lookeduniuiateil -excited even.
"Uh! father, U'.l to-morrow; 1 am
beginning to like Hastings."
I was so glad to see this chanpe in her
o thank tul to hear her say she liki d
thing that I yielded at once".
'Then you shall stay hare, darling."
bout dowu and kissed ber; but Molly
not fling her arms rouud my neck
thank me as she weald have thanked me
I conld not feel angry with her. If I suf
fered in the loss of her affliction, was not
she Buffering also! Just then I disliked
Richard I;, Wickham more intensely than
That afternoon we took a walk along the
(lift. Molly wasqnite in spirit, pointing
out to me the sea gull as they flew slowly
toward ns, bringing the twilight alongwiln
them. It wa a beautiful evening; nud
when the sun had disappeared, the after
glow had a aingoler radisnee. I can never
forget tho walk homo. We were both very
eilent; but Molly crept np to me, and nest
led her hand into my arm. Ah, me! just
bs her mother always did.
As I went to sleep that night, I told my
self it was only a question of time; Molly
would forget Wickham, aud be her own
sunny self again.
Thn next morning brought a telegram.
I had to start at once for London on busi
ness of too profitable a nature to be neg
lected. "Yon will follow me later in tho day," I
"O, mnv I not stay here till the end of
our week ?" alio said. "I want to stay a
I was snrpriacd; but I reflected that a
this wa Thumdny, I could come down
ng pn on Saturday, and return with Molly
to London on tho Monday after. In such
lovi-ly weather it seemed selllsh to take her
I aok to hot and smoky London.
For a moment, ami wbilo I said good
bye to Molly, I hnd felt a strange nnwill.
ingness to bavo her; bnt this passed awny,
and on Saturday I started early, with a
lm"f'il of now magazine for my darling,
You have guessed already what 1 am go
ing to ti ll. When 1 reached our lodging,
Molly wai thero no longer; she had gone
ou' that morning for her wnlk o tuunl,
but she hnd left in my bedroom a letteror
She married WicltLam Ihw dav before.
There is not niach more to tell. At first
thought I was almost broken-hearted, 1
utr cted sternness, and snid I would not
ice Molly. Hut I ould not hold out long;
and one day, when she cropt softly into my
painting-room, and begged me to forgive
'"'r m'l good friends again. Alter
"" R'lU acted liko a noble-hearted
woman, i.ut i never couni loigive vuck
ham. though 1 tried to bo kind to him.
The end came soon enough. A whisper,
at tint not. credited, then disputed, and
finally unised abroad, destroyed my son-in-law's
credit, and made the story of bis
youth the th me of public talk.
Ho trio I to face it, to lire it down; but
he could not. For a time Molly held her
head up prondly, and seemed numoved by
tliu svoidance ot berfriends and the change
iu her ! usbnnd's position; she seemed to
cling ' it morn to him in the face of
his dis-race, lint the blow told inwardly.
When she found that her husband cave up
liope of conqueriug public opinion in
Lngl.uid, her courage Bank. "If he would
only bravo it," she said one day ; bnt tin
' W'"' She made no complaint ; bnt the
. lie-ht hidoiUroin her eyes, and the grow
weak- r dally,
"Hod bless yon, father," alio said, the
day they sailed for Melbourne, "You i!
served abetter child."
It seems to me often that I bear those
words, spoken in the BW -et gentle voise,
that I sic tho wiatlul yearning loak on roy
Molly s laco. My Molly I whom I can new
et see h' re again so long a Wickham
lives, and I dare not wish lor my dariim's
soirow. She says hor bu-biud is good to
her ; and I try to be content ; but spitn of
her sell-devotion, it seeim to m that sonic
thing is wanting in her life over tao sco.
Tinsli is Slug 'ziht.
'I lie American llislitipi nml tho Pi pe
A ciblo dispatch from Darlin speaks of
the American lllsluipa as devoted adher
ents of thn Papacy, and some of our co
temporaries are thereat surprised. Hut it
is quite true that the prelates id the United
States nre as far a possinie irom any ten
I deiicv toword "liberal Catholicism," and
i the explanation in very simple. Canon law
having no lorce iu this country, the ilish
O' s ure not chosen by their clergvor cath
edral chapters, but appointed at the mere
will of the Pope. Tho hierarchy iu bu t
a close corporation, in which the mem
lors nomoiuir candidates to fill vacancies iu
l their own body, and tlie Pope (ippoiut at
i his pleasure, generally selecting ono from
1 tli list of nominees pres .nted tor his an
J proval, but sometime disregarding that
list elAJgetlier and consulting ouly his own
I prolereiices. i bus, however widely liberal
ideas may be spread among tho lower clergy
i ami tally, It is next to linpossililo for any
ooe to In come a Dishnp w ho is not a zeal
ou promoter of tho Papal pcrognlivcs.
There is no part of the woild iu which the
iullueuco of the Komttu Court over tho
episcopal body is stronger than in the
linsiiNO f soriTAULT. I Improve my
dry soil with clover, that is by sowing seed
ou it every third or fourth year; turn
under with the full crop, lbs second yen
lollow with wheat or corn, Jiy bo dom
1 almost invariably get a good crop. I pn
fer deep ploughing iu all kinds of soil, ex-
j c,'Pt when I plant sweet potatoes. 1 have
. ii-uii'uniiuiuu, vv hit u n Duimiuuwuiii tuu.
I deep ploughiug is best for the succeeding
I "op. and especially when a heavy cout
I clover, stubble or sward is turned uudcr.
I bave drained all my laud so that it oi n
i farmed in any way I choose, I can raise
: good crop ot com on it. I find it to pro
d'lfe better, anil to be bencfieiul to health,
1 1 planted five acres of swest potatoes ; seed
costing $100; plowing and making hills,
i-'iMiii; sprouting anil setting out plants,
f 12 CO; dree-dug them out with
hoe four times, iSO.00; digging
and marketing, $10.00, tho whole,
' cost of raising nnd marketing, $2-17.-
i 50. Yield 121 bushels per ocr.; whole yield,
UOS bnsuela. Sold them at $1.60 per busu-
I el. Net profit from five acn-o, $375.50,
i 1 w l" r ncro- 1 preter piuntmg sweet
potatoes on thiu soil, without manure, well
: clovered aud plowed tinder, in the fall
winter, one and a half inches deep; put
I the eurth that is plowed up iuto the hills,
1 three aud a half ioct apart, two sprouts
it hill; set out about May 10. I bow clover
seed to k cp my land iu good order, with
' oat, as they, do well together. I sow
ly, i taishels of oats to one sure. I plow them
oiir . shdlow ou corn land, then harrow
around h Vol aud sow tluco-fourths of a ml
Ion of clover seed per acre; then roll il
or run over it with a brush, I do this
a change every third year on nil my dryest
laud. I let il stand oue year with clover,
then plow it tinder deep for corn or wheat
in the full. This is the best manure
the cheapest that I bavo found. II'.
AY, y, lrontun. Ohio.
As Imkh Stew. Many coaipounda called
i by the name are not the real thing.
exchange says beef nia'ies a good stew,
I isn't tlie "rale Irish.' Mutton is tho basis,
i and then it is nut only Rood, but ecouoiui
. cal, as the neck piece of uiuttou is tlie
gnuurally prtfiiired. Cut the neck
chops, and wush if bloody. Two and
' hall pounds of mutton require eight good
sized potatoes, four small onions and
l quart ol water. Now, judgment is icqnir
, ei in the cooking; the meat must be tlior-
ouejlily done so as to leave the bone readily
(lor picking is a part of the pleasure
eating tho stew), and tho potatoes must
cooked to that point ut which they
lust ready to goto pieces aud have absorb
ed a good part of the gravy. So it
meut appsats ut all tough, it had better
stewed awhile by itself; then add the pota
toes, cut it iu thick slices, the onions
pepper aud salt. It is to be Served
hot, as it is apt to no very ncu witu
and uiuttou fat hardens readily. This
of course, not a dish for those who cannot
tolcratu fat; but most persou who
much exercise in cold weather actually
mod a good share of fatty food.
CaubotsanliOnioks. Cut into thin
so nm carrot und one-third the bulk
onions, aud try them in the pan, with
good lu up of hulttr or dripping, take
that they do not adhere ut the bottom;
season with salt and pepper, aud when
have colored dredge flour over them, moist
en with soup or with soup mixed with
set th pau over the lire and let them
cooking; at the momeut of serving mix
yolk of egg and a little vinegar, ausl
itu parsuiy ouoppea very tine.
Mr. renbodv's expenses for ten years.
did not average. Allot) per annum.
-Sir Henry Hnlwer Is nt Avignon finish
ing his life of Lord Palmerston.
The Grand Duke of Tnsenny 1 writing
ooinmenlary ou the Hook of Job.
Mr. Ostrand.a Montreal Alderman, has
just welcomed his twenty-fifth child.
Prince Homba, son of Theodorus. of
Abysinnia, is npw on exhibition in the
Wombwoll circus in England.
The French Prince. Imperial is to take.
rart in the Cabinet councils after Jau 1.
le will bo 11 next birthday.
-An ex-Ambassador of the late Nenimli-
tan Government has a genuine ltaphacl on
sale for which he asks 20,000.
-Prince (lalilzln, known a clver mu
sician, wa assassinated nt KobIow, Hiis
ain, by three men disguised ns priest.
The Supreme Kino of Biain i callod
Homdetch Phra Paramimlr Mnha, Chuln
lougkopn Patiudr Tepn Mnha Mongknt,
f. W. l.rent, of Winchester, Virginia,
prophesied that he would die on tho fifty.
seventh anniversary of lei inariiage.and lie
The New York Commonwealth states
that Mrs. Abbie SagcMcFailmid-Hiebard-son
is to have a fund raised lor her by sub
scription, nnd will also receive a sinecure in
the Sub-Treasury at New York,
-The Philadelphia Pres declare that
the late A. 1). llichardson hnd mado nil nr-
raugements to become editor-in-chief of the
Chicago HopuhliCiin, iu which newspaper
he intended to invest a large amount of
Mr. Theresc Y'elverton ba written a
Iter to the Philadelphia Lilernrv Gazette,
expressing her regret at the purpose ot Mr.
viiikio collie to make tier lul' lioiloiis
inarri igo tho basis of another novel, more
than twenty," she says, "having bpcu
lounili.'il upon tho nlTiir already."
The ornndson of an American GeLrral
who fell nt Hrandywine, nud the son of n
Colonel umler Jackson at the battle ol New
Orleans, is a blind man in Nashville, who
makes a living by playing the nceoideou ou
Lx-Governor Brlggs, during the latter
years of his life, never wore a dicky, and
this was the reason: Ou one occasion be
met an old collego chnm who was in the
habit of drinking to excess, and ho remon
strated with him. The inebriate, who was
i man of brilliant talents, remnikel,
'Judge, if yon will leavo off wearmu thooe
beautiful dickies of yours, I will leave off
drinking whisky." "Done," ssid the Judge,
and from that day (o thn day ho died he
never wore linen noove his stock. And bis
Irieud, it should be a ided, also keiit bis
agreement to the letter.
Texas is Bending cotton to mill In Die
interior ot Moxiuo.
Cincinnati has tbroo thousand live
hundred liquor den.
New lork has a store for tho salo of
ca'.a of a Isncy breed.
All tho conductors on the I'rio P. lil-
road are married men.
Boston ha a now temneranoe ordi r.
called the Good Samaritan.
After Jan. 1. horse-car fnrcs in Pinko.
dolphin descends to five cents.
-It is estimated tbat the re nro niiv.afd
of 2,000 insane asylums iu Indian a.
Congress water is said to bo Letter
than yeast in making buckwheat cakes.
Siihenoctaily hns nn opium smoker who
consumes twelve dollars' worth a week.
Some New York thieves had their
own pockets picked at tho Georgia Statu
Twoboxesofbutter loft St. Albans. Wr-
roout, for a missionary in China, tlie olhvr
John Russell Youua takes charuo of the
Philadelphia Mornini' Post on the 1st ol
It ia stated that Prim ha (jatlu red
fortune of over S5,U00,00t) since tho troub
les in Spain.
A machine for nuikintr ciimr bv steam
has been tried in Now York, and prouounc-
eu n success,
There aro 183,227 volumes in the Con
gressional Library, rxelnsiva of pamphlets
aud unbound periodicals.
John 0. Brecklnrid 'e has been elected
a director of the F.lizahethtow n, Lexington
anil jog riauuy Uailroad.
-non. Geo. W, Julian continues sick nt
Richmond, Iud. Ho cannot sloop, nud
brum trouble is tho result.
During the summer months tho cou
snmptiou of lager beer in tho city of Now
inia is esiiuinieu at u,uuu Kegs.
One hundred nnd twentv-flve thousand
beef bidus have been shipped from Fort
acotr, ftausas, the present year.
ltochefort is said ro bo at work upon an
autobiography, which will So entitled
"Iteniliiisi-eiices of a Short Life.
AChineso prescription for fever nnd
aguo is snid to bear a wonderful resemb
luuce to Gi n. Spiunor's uiitouranh.
Mrs. Abraham Liucolu, says a Frank
fort pap r, will remove to Zurich, Switzer
land, whero sho has bought a small bouse.
It is reported in Now England that
Gen. Butler is about to invcBt $.00,000 iu
large co-operative boot nud shoe factory
Mr. Charles It. Liuooln, who has been
editor of the Flushing Journal for forty
years, died on tho 22d, from the eflocts of
Hopo College, in Michigan, has
Japanese student named Itio T'ugawa.
When Jap. meets Soph, theu comes
Tho elevated railway in New York city
will bo in running order to Thirtieth tticot
early in Jaiiuury. It ha cost thus far SB,
000,000. -Boston has vsded to widen, extend and
straiuhten her principal streets, nt a cost
of $2,:i(l0,000, proposing to proceed v.
the work at ouce.
Mississippians cast at the 'ate election
11I 71 votes, against 120,001 in June,
lHGS. Gen. Alcorn receive 1 7fi,tiH7, and
Judge Dent, ds,uv7; Aleoiu s majority, :iS
St. Patrick's Cathedral, which has been
building iu New York since 1K5S, is to
the largest church edifice iu the United
States, uflordiiig ample room for 11,000
A young man named Edward Loobv.
28 years of age, niut with u violent death
ou Christmas night, nt the Madison street
bridge, Chicugo, by being run over by
Bangor, Mo., has a sledge, durga
cutler w lucu was sunt to have come from
Laplauil.tho robes tiom Siberia nnd Oieoon
the horses from Mares Island und the bells
The wedding cards of a pair belonging
to the colured uiistonraey of Nmhvillc weio
di live-red on a silver tiav bv a footman
livery, who was driven about the city in
Through the efforlo of tho Massuchti
Society for tho Prevention of Cruelly
Auimids, extra hordes have been provided
to draw the earn of the Middlesex A Lviin
and liontuu la 1 1 road s upthe hill in Sudbtiiv
A enr load rfelk, antelope, black-tailed
door nud mountain sheep, a Chriatuins pre
sent Iroiu Messrs. J I til Km &(; ., of Lara
mie titv, lo Pres. Ornmaud Gcu. (Sherman,
pusscd through Chicago a day or two
Carrying a bouquet coutainino chlorn
form is tlie fashiou uniting rapid womeu
tlie Yt est, iv lien a chap wiili money
cealed about bim gels apuoni v on them
they lot biiu smell of it, when he lies down
iu a corin-r, aud is gone through with In
The Vdbkst aud Bwektkst Toij I.itfb
IN tuk nouLU is lln.unl ,V CnswellV made
tlie sen short, frmn fresh, sdli-cteel livurs
CASWKIifi, UAZAlll) fi Co.. New l'ork.
Is absolutely rnr a-nl ncret. I'm lies
lisve oiie-e tnkeu it prefer it to sit ottiurs.
1'liysliMniis liavo deeiili-J it superior lo any
his oiour ons in nitkiKui. nuiii oy bu urug
1'i.nsoNs prematurely gray enn have their
hair restored to their' youthful beauty by
Using Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair He
newer, tho best article in the market.
Psatt A Iltrrrnr B's Maoic Oil Linimknt
a sure cure for Ithrnmatism, Neuralgia
and all externnl nnd internal nobis nnd
pains; composed of roots, herbs and barks;
tree from poison; kills pain almost instant
ly. Sold by nil druggist.
BnowT IliiowrniAt. T'nocnB, forrulmo
nnry nnd Asthmatic Disorders, have provl
their efficacy by a test of many years, and
have received testimonials Irom emiuont
men who havo used them.
Those who are suffering from Coughs,
Colds, Honrseness, Sore'i'hront, Ac, should
try "ZVie Trnrhts," a simple remedy, which
is irTnlmoit every case effectual.
A funis in as on Nkw Y'An' Pwcsent.
A monthly or a weekly publication for yonng
people make one of the most acceptable
present that can bo givsn during the holi
days and for this fun pose the Youth's
Companion, of Boston, is a linirnby adapt
ed. It will inako its appearance new and
fresh with each succeeding week, is always
sprightly, cnti rfaiuii.gaud practical. Some
of the most brilliant writers iu the country
contribute to its columns.
Tint ohkat amount ol tone consumed by
the ladies in dressing and arranging their
hair must make, any article which would
li'ssin their labor particularly desirable
King's Vegetable AmUrosia leave the hair
iu such condition as to render tho dressing
and arranging a very easy matter. It im
paits to it that splendid glossy appearance
so much admired, cleanses the scalp from
diinuruir nnd all Illinois, nnd pievents
baldness; promotes its grow th and restores
gray hair to Its original color.
We. ahe oi.tl) to tee that the salo of Sew
ing Machine made I y our worthy friends
tho Fairy Sowing Machine Company, tim
ing Ilia wci k pn ceiling Christmas reach
ed the respi ctni.lo number of 2,700, I bis
Machine does us good work as any single
thread, high priced machine now in use ,
and only costs live dollars. We advise our
friends who want a small Sewing Machine
at a low price, that for family nse answera
the puipo-e to b 'ml or one. It is sent ly
f.xpruss, ( . O. 1)., or upon receipt of
price, S-'.Ci). The company's bead-quarters.
No So nud h7 Deaiboin Street, pre.
Belli a busy scene, lor its salo is rapidly
incrcaMug. t'krist an Timt.
I ooflaxo's (i HUMAN BlTTtllS. The Ex
Biiiiuwr, lln hiiiond, Va. , says; "ihii is
tho Benson of nil others ill which this
Hitters,nnw so renowned, is fonnd so here
fioial. Ad.lol to the ingredient which
makes this Hitters both dietetic and tonic,
nre the qilali:ics w hich invigorate the dolnl
it site el sjstein, remove languor and depres
sion, restore the npp'dile, and impart a
henlthy action to all the functions nl the
In dy. The mother and honsekeeperslioiild
never bo without, it nnd the traveler v.ho
packs his trunk or porlin uitea'i tor the
hpiiuH, should clas nninncr the necessary
articles, n few I ittlos of Hoofl anil's German
Hitters. He will find it tin invaluable med
icine iu the hour ol transient derangement
of the system, which is likely to bolall any
one in this climnte, nnd especially during
the summer season. It is pure, free Irom
all intoxicating liquors, nud fur that reason
thn most stiidly t uipo.aW need m t In at
tain to use it persouully, or iu their fami
Kkmovai. or Ltman Paob tt C-J., To 14
Wadahii Avi:nuk - It is with pleasure that
w. refer our renders to the wholes do Hoot
and Shoe house above named nnd notice
the increase of their tiade w hich has voiu-
pslled them to remove Irom their foriui r
location on H tndolpli street, and sei k
more comuimodions nuniter in which to
transact their biuines. T'liev hnvo recent
ly secured tho spacious mnrblo store. No.
Nl Wabikih Aveuue, tho whole building, lite
stories and llie Lasemeiit, having been
fitted tip with t-po. ial reference to their
wants. The gentlemen composing this
firm being eminently practical men, nud
lully cognizant of the wants and wi-hes ot
western dealers, and having at hand every
requisite for offering the very best goods at
lov prices, wo do not luako un invidious
comparison when we state that they stand
second to no similrr establishment east or
west. Thiir spa'-inti s ih srooms are nt
all times replete with evi rything new nnd
desiralilo in the lino of Hoots nud Shoes,
both of their own nud I he best Eastern
manufacture, and they are determined if
lair dealing, low prices, with iio resort to
miHienrrsi niiiiinu enn seciiro it, to obta
their share ot the great trade of the North
west. Therefore, wo repeat that it is with
prido nnd pleasure, wo refer our renders to
the hou-o of Lyman Pago .t Co. as one
with whom it is a sat isiaction to do busi
ness. C'liiy;!) Tribune
The slixvo trails is nuffel to bo still car
ried on on tlie ouHt const ef Africa, in siite
ot tlie efforts i f tho liritisli nn.l A:iii-tii-uii
crmsnrs to suppress it.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GENTI.KMAN who aufrornd for yoara from Narvoua
Uelnlitjr l'remalura Deeav, and all Ilia affacta of yonth-
Bil uiUiacration, will, for Itia aako of aajf.rins humanity,
nd traa to all who nnod II, lha rocelpt and dlraotioua
tur maklns lha aiinula romeily by which ha waa eurad.
mutlorera wuhinK Uipnillt by the advertiiior'eaiuerienoe
by aililroiwiiis, in porlect ounlidunce,
JOHN li. OIIUI'.N,
No. 43 1 . Ur atraet. New York.
llio Advortiaor, fa a vi tig boon roatored to hoallbiua
wnaka, by a rery almpla remwly. aftor httvina au ic
daevertU yuan with aauvaro lung aitootton, aud tint
dread diaoaao, oiuumnliop, la aniluua to uiako kilo
U hla follow autlvrera, the manna of our.
lo all wbodaairo it, bo wiU aaud a oopy ol Uiofro'
wription uaod (frtout whurge), with tho diroclloua
prupurinc and lifting the anmo, wuub thay will llud
bUlit CUUt rtH CtNUMlHOX( Ahtuua, Uuokuii.tu,
a la iba ubioct of Uia adriTtiior In aautling tba pro
auriptinn la to benwlit the a til iu tod, aod apruad infurmaV
llou which bo concuivua to be Invuluublo; aud ho bopoi
orory auiferor will try bia remedy, na It will ooat tbeOJ
uotUiiag, and niay prove a bleaaing.
1'artit'a wuhiug tlie proHoription will pleaaa addraaa
1. 1 v. I I w A II I ) A. Wll MX.
U'liliuiuMii, kin. I'ounly, New Vork.
TIit livliiif .Wurblue.
Injare the toaiu apnuaj uia wauib and every portion
of ibe wurt. buuoiue diaurdurod. 'l'b human atouiach
la to thu humau Mntiu wlut that elaatio piwoe of tuaUtl
U to a chroiioiuautr. It inuuauoee the aottou of
othor orgaua, nod ooutroU, to a ureal etleut, the whulw
living iiucbiuo. 'Ibe oouipnrikHjn luay be warned
I her; for aa tho weakneaa or otbur tuiporieoteoua of
muiu apnug la kndioatod on tbo faoe ol the timepiee,
ao a Itu i u tuu woaWntcw or othr dinonlor of the atomach
btftrnytitl hy thn luco of tho invulid. 'J lit Coupt.iun
.-tiiiw ur iaiiuu, 1110 uo aro iioncium in ituun anu
loiiigttiivii, niidtut ro m ti wurn.auxiouw eaiiiMMiein
Uia uuolu L'ouiitiiKnce whiuh UU a plainly aa written
oilu uitlkLi iiiiimlur to tho wttuU of the buily. aud
kiiBiiuii auu riTiM-w ail it nria, la not iixrtni'uiiitg
umr. it rrqiiuva rvnovaiing anti rfejaiatiiiiaf, ana
acooumtiati Una Kiid lliHttuliur a St(Hitei.h liilUim
ba truly aaid U bu ' urn tAi.ij mtU'ul, 'lb brokuu
uiniii HDnnu di wiUli may bM rt'Llaciid liv a nuw uuu.
but ihw uiittA h can uul bu roi atrdaiid a'rvuHthtuud.
and tbiN ia utiw ul Uiu ol'iucta ol lliu Uiuona vigulaLile
rt4uir. iivu Hiiicu ror ei:noen yoaia una uuon wugmc
atuH.'tf.bi til vonio.t with dyasoopaia iu all cluuato. Aa
fpt'uiuu lor iniligciinou it aiMitila ulouo. vWian
ri'sniurcusj ir inv iu.iiiMcopA-t unvu lu-en eiliKuatixl,
witUoi.t, nt tit-Hi, titling utoto ihuu iiiiligatmg I he cum
ulaiiul, a ciiumu of iliit uaitlc'suiino uuJ uaUtabln.
lntrlnl. HUiiuui'liia I'flfiMoH tturitH't and uariiianuiil
i'liio. In all ciikia ol! (Iuui'ia tbo liver ia luuro or
otMirut-reu. unu tioou inia lui)riuiit bihuu, aa well
111-ill tilt) Httiinurh aMiii ti.nvilst. Lliit Hilliitai biuL
tni( ni.tr dial uiulijftNi, ri'aiilntiiiaf and ruinviafuiatin
vitiy aecrftive una HMruinuijiig uigau on WU1CU UOdily
uuu uiuut.il iiuuiiu oopuiiu.
Itch I ItthM Itch !H
aC'llATl a! UI UATCH I ! HCILTCH t
In from lu to 46 boiue
OontaTlto I toll,
('nn ItHrlit-ni' Itob
Curua Old 4ore
Curt iwy AJ t kttwtot
Price, Coo. a box ; by null,
Aflflrtasia M if II1 (Tl i PrtWtfU 178 WiattlnsTtftn U
Wot auies bf ail lixLggita , Uoalsya,
i ITCH A
I " il
I ,Sa Kkeurs II
Canker aud Salt RUeum
For tha Oure of Oanker, Halt It bourn, Kryilpelaa, Horofa
ioua ifiBfunue, uuiittHMiH i-runiitjua, auu ovary
kiud of i1mhiu arising from U
liuput auie ol the blood.
Th mo4i EffcH9 til.! lur Ob r Mntttmth Cnfnry
I w Hold by all Medicine DeAiura.
bold by UiitkMit A JluiiuN, Md.vaukoe.
the AirirnicAn family
Ik piMentd to tho pabll M tb mmi
Simple. Durable. Compact and Cheap
Knitting Machine trrtr tarentetl
PRICE, ONLY $25.
Thia Viic.h.n will b run itherr backward or forward
Makes the sumo Stitch as by Hand.
But far luperlor In very reapeet.
WILIj KM r 2,00l STITCHES IX
Awn no rrm kc t wortK.iwin swt knot tm
Ihn inftKl) of iht work. Il will kuit pair ol atookiiu
(an uu) in Im than half an hour. It wtll knU
Clowe or Opnn, Pluto r Itlbbrd Work.
with ftnr kind of enarmnr fin wooVn yarn, or eolfnn.
Ilk, nrlnifMi. It w( knit !.-1 n.f with douhlo hwtl
ant! tw, drnwora hntHln, wrkn. aiiioklna; capa, cm fort a,
pir-"R, mutt. Innirn, atKhnn, nubm. unrUr)
miUt-ti). l.flttnn c Uitp wicka. mala, ont, aorlor.
a'urlej, fthni. jncketa, cuiflO hlankfla. Ifffffinei, au
ppndnrn, wrtartPm, tnhti, tippet, tufltx. work, and ta
fant an mOlo) vnript of article! In avarjr Any ubo, an
Wtill aa fur ornament.
morass to io rza. day
fin h wiJrrV fcy ant tm irtrti th Amrrlwn KnUHnf
1-irhim knitting Dfockinr, Art., while r.x,rt operator
can n mukn moro, knitting- fncr wark. which alwaya
cntninnndBi a renly aaln. A pritl oan romlily kuit
from twclvo in liiti-n n-tr of -taking) pr d,ij, tho
profit on which w ill uot l law limn fort eouta por pair.
Cm MI thotr wnnl at onlr forty ta fifty ranta par pound
i ut ky Hi tiat lh wnil malr. Into yarn at a am all as
rmnw. nnd knlllina-tt Into aooka, two or turaa dollar
par o'liid onn lip r'n)trtl
On ro- aipt of wo will forward machJnn aa
Mr r"f fl''r' AftEXT.Hn wrmry awni ttf
th. fnHl AWiv na.f ritfi tnttfom IA mot. hbrvl
tmturtmrtilM if ill hm nfirrr-t. A'l'trtt
American Knltilntr .Htirlilnv Co.,
Itnatnn ,lna. or Ht.LooIn, No.
COUGH! 10UGH!! COUGH!!
SHUS WORTHLESS NOSTRrKS.
USE THAT WHICH IS UOOD.
M.KN'S U'NU BALSAM,
sV The Oraat Luns R.raadr
Lt'NU HALHA.M (ALLKN'SI
bold b all OruuUta.
IfNll nAt.SAM lAI.I.K.N'KI
A la Ilia moat auocaitrul ratnou fur Co&soropUoa.
IS VP.nVltnnr SirVI-'VltTNll (rmn Pulmmarr
J t.otiiiilatnu ahoulil ui ALUK'I Lt sii UaiamI
TOTI!K. AIXI'.N'S I.IIMI RAMAM
fcj UOULt) VOtl flR TIleTlTlLKIl
l? with Lnns riiihoulty, iiw.
Al.ljiN'a I.tNO IUijum.
t'Ml RAIJ1AM (Al.l.kN'Sl
A ha. KiTun nnWeraal satiifactioo.
TSlt AI.I.KN S LUNlfllAI SAM
) for all I'ulfaoDAfy AITootlons
JF.VKU UrsPAIIt'oK A (M'llR
tin yuu b.-,ra tnfMi Am.ss'a I,tme Bajlsajt.
1HK AT St'f'fF.HS It s A TTI'NDKD
St tlio laU'iiliioliiin of
Aisjis'a I.trso o.ieuM,
V Allnn'a Lunj( ltul.nm I. cnuililonllf rornDimandad.
Lllttpin timiMrd with AsTIIMs f
Ai l. .... i.i mi u a i .ha M lll rolioraroa
rxei ii am a m i aiTkn'si
A cuutatni nu I )iiutu In any of its forms.
Tep that nour Hit
A li.sn's I.CNO IIauam will do ft.
1 I LEN'i l.l'NO n A l"sTt
a liiroelmrii accompany oach botUe.
mfOl'IIKltS iliraild krop
ItM Ai.l.k'H Leva ftn.HAV
ai nutid lur us In flu of Croup.
Mold br All Sliiriiie Drnli-ra.
Hnld Nt )IUiraukfiotiy II. Hiwtvopts A HoB, tlnrRNR
Iteini.-i. I. li. Kit lllMvii, inimi; Klliiji., lUiliSK,
-UMlLir A Co., ami all Milwauliao Drua-u(a.
j O. V.
tTOTLU LIMILIP.U3 CUEAUTUB.
AVK I'ltOVKI), FUOM TUK MOHT AMPL1
eitt'-i iftur, fin entlrn iirccaat mimnlp
nMrit" - I-. l-h t and KciiM,!. Tliov arn ihea
nily M-th it.i-i iieMivdv .i.vi.'d to n..pnlar Qae,
jflii' tl.i.'in ; ro linun)ie aa lo be froe from datk.
:-r, ai'tl fit i.llrtt tit a to bo ftKvava reliable.
li v l.jvo ninttl tlio hiL'ttPft commt' iilfitl.m tmia
til, ui id will alwuja rcuUt-r aktuctiou.
urea frvfro, Cory-fatlnn, aramaHoin.ao
i- nriua, v. mm f ovit, worm t oiic.'JS
M I rj ollc nr'JVt'tlilunf lnriiuiiJ5
" IHnrrlnrai of ( l-lldn-n r Adult. .-A
" " M.'iii. i-y, Orliiintf, lllllnna t,'ollc.'J5
" 4 f4h-ruInriui, Vouiiiiu a5
" iii:lm. (.,'ulila, KroncliUia VA
l'll'ulllt. '4'MithnliP, Knci'itoiie..i
M INiaiu, H.Iioim Motiifuh itf
fsiiiir-iwd. or fuiitfiil 'ertoda.,.2S
" X iiUt h, loo itruio I'rriotU V4
i riii. Coiiuli, Itlllirult ltreatlilnat..'e
" K-tU Uliruiii KrvM)( lari,Kriittmiii Jt
l.liriiiiiuiUiii, Itli. iimatlc pulna.Jfl
Fi'VtrA Ait no. Chill t'evor. Ayuea'sO
1'II. n, blind or bleMliD ut
" itlialmy. and aore ur wrak KyoCJ)
' i.lari li.ciit ur cliroulr,Uifliiuiiza.riU
Aatlntiu. tpprid llrculhlnr Ml
liar Il4 lurtrw.lin.ain'llHHrlripf0
f sfiirrHijH nhtv.!tyaicnlwpakueiaoO
" BlropR)., and etunly hcrutluii. . . .60
K ltliiryllNca.ft, (.ravel W
Ncrvout iti-bjllty Kniulnni '
i:itilftnluiie. luvoluuurjr lia-
fl'nrji.a , 1 00
" rr Plutitli, ("unkitr AO
1 rla.nr rktifc,wettIiiKbeilf0
l'uliilul frriotlw, Willi (siMUk.. 60
hiillt'r.iia at thaiie or uro... ..1 uo
" I- iilo,Si1a-ii1i,St.Vliua,I)artrel 00
litpikiltwriai, ulcerated uroitirot.C4
FAMILY CASKS ,
tn' 3ft to 10 lnr it vlaU. mororro
or roN'uoiMi iraaM, roiiiniiiinflr
!.' I (to for irry ordinary
UIito tt luuilly In nulijotji U,
uitdi booLa ol Ulrct lloim..
From yiOto iSS
smallnr Family and Trnvelliiff cica.
wun vi) iu viaii. . t irum f 4 to f S
Spcrilkc for nil Frlvnf ts IlraNeM.hiih
tor t uriiitf aim mr i"rvviitiv
Irtatuit-iii, iu v ui la and po.kutc,$'o$f
roND's it xt it a er.
4'urraj Iliima, It ru Inch, I.nrurnraa,
ftrriifn nr Tli ront Srnlna.TMtb
aclie, liuritclio, NiirMllit, iCliriitiia
llaiu, laiiiiibtttfo, I'lit-'O, liolla, htlna,
fiiurw liloUtnir f llirt I.uiiua,
Now, Moma-li. or ol lltsi 4'oriin. fl
cra. 4IU horea, Prlt a uO tl. Co
tW Theaa ltrniIUi. exreut PONH'H RT.
ritACT. by tha taae or aiiiirle buz. are amt ta
any part ut the country, by mull or eijireaa, fraa
of charge, on receipt or Ihu price.
Adiira Iiumphveya Fpoclflo v
tionioopatiuo iviucuuiua uompaaT,
UAlca and Depot, No. U4 IIkuauwat. New York.
tr HitHriiHRTa taconanltoddaily al hit ofloa,
Si-i aoiiallyor by letter, aa above, tur all fornoc
. YOU BALK BT ALL DRUOiilBTft. v
CnU'Knrt, Ji r.-nnrnkimi A Van Ki-hnaok.
ti. Loi'U, Mn. Hniwu, Webnr A (.lrabaiu.
ar. I'aUL, AIN.-tUnka A Im
Ol' THIS A(iV. '
DR. KENNEDY S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
yon may oonalder thl a tort of enrttad
U'haa your ajateui la rackud with
IUII l .M VTIC
mm. ana von omituit otun turn vurilf in Ixwl nrsllHn
n a obalr. lull iiiunt all nud Mtirt.tr, in rha. innriiiiin i.h
lug it weu tiuibl, aud at uiabt wiim-a it waa muinitigi
when every nre Id yonr liel g la like the etlna of
wmi, uirvuUtuia Uie Uioal rc joiuoiu) aod but poiaoa
aiouud yuur liomt, and driwn- yuu iu tho very vera of
iuuua. n uu you Uvtr Uim
that I have hint ant Uuwoali with.) Umt moat awfah
a i k i httatl-wiiboi ititf, uit trtngth ditilrtuta, moal
pint bruiildua and uiind-woakfuiutf i( nil diMttuoa thai
au atUiot our poor buuiau nam to. When you havo hm
.yiiiir and writhuig in agony and pain, unable to tor
ti,.,rnlf In bod und evory movninoiit will ryo to your
tmrt hko a kuite, now til mo. 11 rtiHjf and out our any
of lhii diwa in a tM diiyo ia not tlie Oroataat
Uadica) lili-aaiua ol Uiu An, lull ua what la I
Olltl'tri'IONH TO UHI -You will take a UbUvapoon
ful and Uirwe apuoutula of Wyt Uiraa timet a day tatid
In a fw d,i very iwrticlH i.f rheum!) and uourVbiio
pala will be dJainJvtMi aud piuia oil by the kidneya.
Mauuraoturod by PONALU KFNNKDY.
; It oa bury, Mnam,
WaoigAMl AutNT.-KuJUr.l lnohl Vuller, ford
A Simih. K. I. Dwyor A Co.. liui nhanib S Vnu .uliraA k!
liutt u. Hiea A litilng, lloawonu A Kou, liiib'iiimi' A
MO Old , sUt'l.HMfii
M..ura Hroa., bu Louia; Mouie A Tajbut, itunkaru.Q A
w .1 la Li. I i Ti" . ,. . . . .
N.ua lUoa., 8l. Pau.; tV4Ui Hum., 'X. i
AtreladUyalldiuiiKlBte. Plica 1.UI.