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Time Tests the Merits of all TMiigs
FOR THIRTY YEARS !
Perry Davis' Pain Killer
Bss beea tested in every variety of climate. nd by
almost every nation known to Americans. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable friend of
the missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and
no ene should travel on oar I.AKKS Oil K1V KKb
Pain Killer was the First aad, is the
Onlv Parm&nent Pain Reliever.
Kino the PAIN k ll.l.KRwan first introdooed, and
met with sact nmsarpassed sale, many Ldumakts,
j r t,' k PfcWAratL&nd nrher Remedies have Been
ottered to the public, but none of them has attained tiie
truly KliVlAitLE iiam)iu oi tue x-jaj-n r, m-.
wmr xs Tins so ?
It. t. beeanes DAVIS PAIN k'TI.LKR is what it
claims te be, a Reliever of rain.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
Kranfainrlmn INTKRNAL PAIN. tXtMtw
i,i..rt. rmjtn ! a iutlt maUT Will UmOM irauouj con
There is notnmg equal to a. m
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OToX vr,nd iu Bowei-Soor stomal
A.ITi,. nrflw-jl. tiiere is no remedy held in Tevter
lornn. tffllinr tAhouid ketD it bv them. A
wMwaas. - . . " -
'k' r-r" ne" "
In foreiim eoontnes toe Gam ior run ixii-ivn. aiw
great It is found to - ...
Cnre cnoiera wnen au cmer
WHESnSKD EXTERNALLY AS A LINIMENT
nothing snves quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises,
bpraina, bunss 01 insects, Dcaios. 11 nunnn yw c,
hia!a kke ordinary sores. Those suffer-
inc with KHKUM4T1M, GOUT, or NKURALG1A,
it not a positive cnre, tney una we ffli.'
gives them reuel wnen no ouer nuneuy wui. .
Gives Instant Keiief from Acaing Teeth
From 1870 to this day, 1870, (thirty years.) PERRY
nili;i PilK lll.I.KR hu hut no Rival !
fJ.. L-nrr Mittd Jmm it at katuL to apply it on
the first attack of any Pain, it will give great satisfac
tory rehet, and save nours 01 sunenug. .
iw not tnrii with voorselves by testing untried
remedies. Be sure you call for, and get the genuine
PA L kJir.K, as many womuees noniuia
sold on the great reputation of this
VC" c ... n. .! tl n.r Rntt
J. N. HARRIS A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, t-ropnetors
inw ' i .-
fnr th Knnthern and W estern htates.
1 1"" For Sale by all Medicine Dealers.
BobwoBTH A Soks,
cv.L'vi Bctton. Rice A Riumu, Bbe Bsoe.,
iihomrn. Schmidt A Co.. and aU AlUwaukee Drug
family Medicine Cases
"rOCTOS. Fi T CAIf TOTJ DO FOS
have oait r fir-Sr, a rood deal of sickneK, th
-ctir eaiaap ortfifc. ad his bills are not liRBt; ana
tt c timne I sucvlJ be grstihed to have lees siLna.-
i.ui iixtiKr tJitn this direoUon, if cooeibtent with tm
lvine w JL.
k t-ii mv fi-.pr.rt. I can do a rood deal for yn
can sead you one of onr Family Cakes
:iuifjip .Trfin SpE''ixrs. which has a small book
C5 directions, a description of all the variouf
aiaeases vh.vJl tr- can treat prontaoly, snd fill!
directions lor toe., giving the medicines, diet, etc.
'iVe virions enecii : are aU marked and labeled, so rue
... vA net be at i loss whicn tc five in a particular case
.ud the directions ate so plain and siinpie that you neec
not go a-tray W th one of these cases, you or year wif
vill be able tcmeetscd arrest three- tonrthsot alHht
aosiil illness which oocorin vour family. Von can
j.is, beoause yon se the sick childor patient s'once.
nd long betore ine aocror wouiu Decaiieu, nu uiuz
r tba tiLn ttm with the nmn rcmedl at once, anc
uetoreit has become senous. In nsingthesesimiilescd
ot cttectivc medicines, also von avoid drnenug tb
ot iet and thus weakening the system, and laying
Tuntiatioii ot tnturedisease. Youafsoarethusenabfed
eradiate tiioee tendencies to chronic disease which
wxist in ac man' famines ana inmviuutsi hicu
i V . m -t- ll,fh.nui fmm tjm.
tins, as occasion requires for such ailments or
ii v OJ, of the proper specitic, not only is
in d-sase enred. but the foundation, so to spealb
tA sulwwqiumt and giave chronic diseases is removed.
IHc consequence is tbat tne wboie riuniiy improve
hxve raoie vucur and better constitutions, and thus
nwlually you work out from under the hand of disease
,-tid doctor. Jnst the reverse of this is true, under
-uUriol treatment i- very villainous dose of medicine
:i tn can make i-x i ,t mi vooukii id mo hit,,. ,r-u icm
yt his prcfessi nal life, to keep him busy for the balance
' lis days. '1'hese wtecksuf men, Tn.wie by tne abuse
or calomel, blue-mass, quinine, iodiDe, oi'iuni
uutarsiura. are the harvest fields of doctors. !So
trv nd ret out of this way of doctoring. Get a case
i-FKira. and doctor vournelf and family when yoaoan
iti when yon most have a doctor, send for the most
K.t'ihle one in oor reach, and yon will soon have sick
nMQunfl doctors rare visitors St vonr house.
''lis is no fancy sketch. So mere windy promise.
,nouiriR have none so. ana voa mavao likewise,
: tr-oant involved in the experiment is not large, and
utrmpt well worth a trial.
C"! tl to 60 Irtrsre vialt. morocco orrose
vhmI rar. rwnln.iniK a. pcifiR for
e-'.rv ordinary di-iea a. family is
Smaller Family and Trave.'.ntf jrers. with 20
to 2 vials . .'i-mu 5i. to
Specifics for all Private DiorsMtf. -'h for
viais and pocket cases - t v- V t to
POND'S EXTRA 1-t'.
tares Barns, Bruises, I .a met.' - ortnci.
re Throat, Siriti, Toottiarr- . LarxrlK,
Nfnraliria. IthciiiiiaiKiM, IintibnK, I'ili'o,
Wil-K Sliiistt, Sore Kvch. Biet'diux of
l.tuiicm Nis-. Stomach, or ol Pile, lornm
I k-HSiOid Sorm. ...
I'riae, b oz, 50 centis; Pints, 81.00: Qnarts.
a These Remedies, except POND'S EXTRACT.
Ii- the case or single box. are sent to any part of
ceuntry, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
ol the pne.
ALL LETTERS ITCST BE ADDRESSED
Homoeopathic Medicine Company,
Offioe and Depot, No. 5t3 rBUADWAT, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Wholesale Agestr Bumhams A Van Schaaok
Horlburt A Kdsall, Chicago, ills. ; Jenks A Gordon
.... t i u: - U 1. . V. 1. L f u C 1
"a iJc arrana. bheley (Jo . Detzaiu such.
OF THE AGE.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Reader, yon may consider thl a sort of spread eagle
heading, but I mean every word of it. 1 have
there. When year system is racked witn
pain, afld yon cannot even tmra yourself in bed, or siUing
-n a cuair, yen must sit ana saner, m uw uunuug
ing it nss night, and at night wishing it was morning
wfaea every nerve in your being to like the sting of
wasp, circulating tne most venomous ana not poison
arouna roar neart, ana anvmg yon to we very vsxge
maanese: w hen yon nave tne . .
' that I hare jnst get through with.) that most awful
nnfc k&ri.vittfn-inff. maat atmnirth destroying, moe
rpint-breaking and mind-woikwiing of all disss sns
r.n atliict onr poor human natore. Wnen yon have
tying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to
yourself in bed, and every movement will go to
heart like a knife; now tell me, if relief and cure of
of these diseases in a few days w not the Greatest
Medical blessing of the Age, ten as what is i
DIRKOTIONS TO USE. You will take a tablespoon
fnl and three spoonfuls of water three times a day,
in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgia
pain will be aiasolvea ana pass on oy we aioneys.
Wholesale Agewts. Fuller, Finch ft P! ,JBnnJ
Smith, K. P. Dwyer (Jo., Barnhamsa van behaacK.
Uurlburt A Kdsall, Tolman A King, Chicago; Grjen
Button. Rice A Rising. Bosworth A Son, Dohmen
Schmidt. Milwaukee; McCulloch A Metlord, LaOrosse;
Noyee Broa, he Paul; Collins Bros., Z. F. WetuL
Hevers Bros., bt, Louis: Moore A Tsrbet, Znnkeraun
At retail by all drnggista. Price Lfit)
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
ThM. i,1t,.m fill, ara unfailinsr in the enre of
those painful and dangerous diseases to which
female constitution is snoject. iney iddubiu. au
and remove a obstructions, from whatever causa.
. TO MARRIED IJUIES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short
bring on tne moatniy penoo mm nsiuuiu,
Dowerful. contain nothing no rum 10
i 'n.t.t i,t Lr.n In .11 MUM nf Nervous Uld DUinal AOMT
lions, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight
exertion. Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics
W hites, they will effect a cnre when all other means
have failed. The pamphlet around each package
full directions and advice, or will ne sent tree mi
writing for it sealed from observaaen.
Job Mam Sir Jamm Olar TtmaXm PHI an txUar
mvelg ComrrRrEITEU. IT: jw"m " name
"JOB MOSES" on ear parkh ye. AU other are wartkjem.
N. B. In all cases whera the Genuine cannot
obtained. One Dcllar, with e een cents fer postage.
Boclnaed to the anle ProDrietOT JOB MObktv Uort-
landi KtrMt. New York, will insure a bottle of the
uinr, containing 1 illy Pills, by return mail, aeeaa-eiy
tmaled Irom any knowledge of He contents.
A Broadside Tor Humbug.
Incompetence and assurance generally go hand
hand, and of all the tribe of pretentions know-nothings
with which society is afflicted, the nnsoentiho -meai
cine men" who attempt to tamper with the health
ttt oommunity are the most dangerous and the
So much by way of Text. Now for a special and
It appears that a mushroom growth of so called
"Bitters.' is sprirging np under different names
the various localities, particularly in the Southern
Western States, whicn the venders have the hardihood
- to recommend to easy going people upon whom
think they can impose, as a substitute for Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, long recognized by every class as
purest and best medicated stimulant and invigorant
the world affords.
The coacoctiona referred to being oomposed of worth
less material, offer a larger margin for pro tit than
Celebrated Tonic, and hence the anxiety of dollar
worshipping dealers to foist them upon the public
But "forewarned is forearmed," and aU partieswhoni
these distinguished ( ! ) beings are endeavoring to
and inveigle into substituting trash for a standard
remedy, are hereby informed of the selhsh and sordid
motives which underlie the representations in question.
The great popularity and vast sales of Hostetters
Bitters cannot, of course, be seriously impaired
theie "tricks of trade," but as the deoilitsted
suffering have a direct interest in the matter, it is
an aotof common humanity to put them on their guard.
TH. TEYNEVT 8018 Mannfac of
KDl.l MATCH and Melick's Patent
VapV BuraeT II.t IllomiBaXinOil. Pkod
in cans for export and shipped as ordered for domestic
sum. 5M6 Ff arl tMrecU Sew i ork.
Itthll Itch in
SCRATCH ! : 8CRATCI1 i i !
la from 10 to 48 hoots
. Cores !nlt KbeUk
I Cure Trlter. . . .
Cure Barbr-re Itck.
Cores Old tSorea.
Caret ever tend of wewmm
Price, Sun a box ; by malL o
Ad.' mm. WF.EKS POTTKK. I' Washington St.9
TAKING THE CENSUS.
it is Done—"You don't get much
How it is Done—"You don't get much out of me"—the tailor's Wife at home
—Mary, Augustus John, and Joannah
—Mary, Augustus John, and Joannah Mary, etc., etc., etc.
From the New York World.
tIia or-ntlemen whose duty it is to wan-
der up and down in tlie lana to una out
how many people there are in it, what is
tiiir n&tionalitv. how old they are, and
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other imporUnt fcts which are to appear
in the census report, have some singular
experiences, uy some BtntDgs proving
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c . v,An rtnr ti 1 rira uiiiuiniH iv wm
uhiuic, mcu, uu. "Jt , I
men, seem to tnina uu in & ThVonitTS
uuKciuiucu. " . . 1
. - a v ii.niyi txA cTflmm i
otttW5D ui .0.. T .
4mm all Kilph T)fittV &nilOViiDC6 ftS IciilUK I
any official person who and what tney are.
x f 1
The same is undoubtedly the case among
people who are less enlightened, sucn as
I, i;A mutii oui huvA tnp.iT Dein?
tiioso wn mv,o, o
but an element of liberty enters the nature
of a woman who comes 10 wiis country
here to seek bread, butter, ana sni-cuiture,
and is inborn in her who is a native. To
be thus trifled with and mystified by Gov-
ernment omciais excite witum
- 1 iA-. en HZIV rWQAm
not only a leeiing recaicitranw
the mmtleman who comes to see her nus-
hand and entices Dim WJ arum Ji
iBg bowL As census-takers, pursuing their
u: v.otnucn Knainosa honrK. penftrallV
OUllJE ucl.w " ' c. . . .
una OUiy WUUieu n.i uuudu, "V " . - J
. v. r. fr. ,wi .-.o snirn innv
meet all the tcurn and indignity
which the gentle female henrt so well knows
how to bestow upon cim wuu wouiu Vi j
into its a flairs; moreover, women are so in-
tutive -and it w mainly upon intuition wo-
men pride themselves that they scent
dancer from afar. They are not altogether
to be blamed for this for, irom time lm-
mortal St Paul s remark about the prop-
rietv of their asking their husbands aooui
anything they don't understand has been
diused into tneir ears, ana mey uvo
tracted an evil habit of not telling a man
is, an offiicial man who comes to them
with an odious book in which he puts down
that they say that they are in fear and
trembling, and nu6terea wsyona reasuu
a. Ii (.11
suked how old tney are, wnai are
their names, who are their husbands, and
a thousand other impertinent queries which
nobody but a designing person would ever
think of asking.
A ring at the bell. "Alary. I wisn you a
go to the door. I'm doing up my hair, and
crnniinput onlv knows where my net is.
r . , . . m it . l.
tin nrt sen wno it IS. X.X1I illttrv. v.uu
triiis down stairs, prinking herself, an
seeing that her dress is arranged nicely.
She opens the door, and there 6tands
man with a book. It is a man, and so
Xfarv is willing to have a little chaff with
Good dav. Sir,
tidnnA rlftV Will VOU tfcll me who lives
UOOd Oay. 11 Ul juu ten mo wuw u.
"Does she BDell it With an jl
.rfl Ap.Ar no idr Some Of her relations
""ear, uu bir, nuiuo uti
floes, but she doesn t put Cn aiTS. fafte
it pl-in. Mrs. B-r-o-w-n, Brown-
Mrs. Elizabeth Cadv Brown.
"What is her husband s name;
"Why, Mr. Brown, of course."
"Yes, I know; but what is
"Peter Peter Brown.
"What is his business?"
"Wait a minute; I'll get you one of his
circulars he's a wholesale and retail clotn-
I guess you want some clothes look
-.rink von 1i1 Krit llanr. whn triDH
as though you did." Exit Mary, who trips
no stairs, revealing a slipshod neei in ner
flight, and waiting for no reply. Presently
she returns witn Mrs. isrown wno nas
done np her hair but forgotten to attend to
the beauty of her leet at ner nee is. aits.
Brown knows the official face and book,
and is instantly on her guard.
Mrs. Brown Jooutfur 'wnat do you wisn,
"I am taking the census.
"O. yes; census-taker, to be sure. Him
as puts down in a book everything you say,
and then sends it on to Washington, and
then laws only knows what 11 happen to
"Pshaw! some ioies seem to tninx mat
if their names go down in this book they
will be hanged or have bomething else hap
pen to them. W hat is your husband s busi
ness?" "Well, he calls himself a wholesale and
retail clothier; but be ain t; he s only
"Well. then, he's a tailor."
"Well, I don't know. Seem' your goin
to put it in a book, I guess you'd better call
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mm a wiiuituwu nuu icmn uuuuoi. iijud
what he says he is, and here's his circular,
Folks put on airs sometimes, and if Mrs.
Robinson calls her husband a hair-dresser
when he s only a barber, 1 guess I can call
Pete a clothier.
"Your husband's name is Peter Brown
and he's a clothier. All right. How old
"Hell be fifty-six next January, the
baldheaded old goose says he's only forty,
and there's that hussy of a Susan Jane
Green as lives around the corner
"Yes, yes, 1 see fiifty-six. Where was
"In the Isle of Man he used to have
sign with three legs on it, when he kept
the basement. If you'll come upstairs I'll
show it to you.
"Thank you: but it isn't necessary. How
many children have you?"
"WelL there's Mary, my eldest; and
there's Peter, him as wan mimed after his
father; and George Wilkiuson, him as was
named after old Mrs. v likinson, because
Peter thought she d leave him some money,
but she didn't, but left it all to the Home
for Baptist Wanderers; which was just like
her, with her pretences, aud her always a-
knitting stockings for the poor; preciou
little they ever got ot them, goodness
knows, for she used to m 11 'em and buy
snuff with the money: ana always thought
she ate opium too, and whisky, lor I ut-ed
to smell 'em on her, the hypocritical old
pest to society, as she wac, and everybody
knew it, only Fete he says: 'It's best
make believe we're Baptists; but we ain't,
with their old duckin' and plungin' and
thinking they can wash away original sin,
when it say: "Nor hyn.iop-branch, nor
spiinklin' priesf " least ways, I don't mean
that, for that's against sprinklin, but it
"Yes, yes, I know, but how about the
"Well ain't I tryin to tell you? There's
Mary, and George WilkiuMJu blame the
snuffy old thing with her ojiium! and Au
gustus John: which was ull his father's
putlin' on airs cause there aint no Augus
tus in his family and nowhere else as
knows on, and Sarah as is all the time
wan tin' me to boy liquorice to make liquo
rice water in a pesky old castor oil bott
and spill it all over her di ons. I have
change her apron every five minutes, I
believe, and I've got to make her two more
right off, or she won't Lnve a rag to her
back, with her traipsin' vr.t the floor and
her nasty liquorice water, wbich she won't
gave me a minute's peace if I don't get
for her, and she rubs it all over the baby's
face till I feel just like flyin'. And there's
Bob, as his father wants to be a politician
when he gets a little older, but, good grac
ious says I, Peter, do you want the little
boy to be a fool? But he's smart, for
steals my curl paper, and gets Mary
make b'lieve they're votes, and then give
him peppermint-drops for puttin' them
the bureau that he says is the polls. And
there's my precious little hootsy-tootsy.and
her name is Elizabeth Gady Brown, which
is after me. And that's alL
"Yes, ma'am, and, as near as I can make
out you have eleven children."
"Bless ti:e man! What does he take me
for? Its only seven."
"Thank you. Have you any boarders?"
"Boarders! Just come down stairs,
once, and look at the pile of hash Mary's
a poundin' an' has been all the mornin' and
vou won't ask such a question again in one
while. Boarders, indeed. Forty-'leven
"O, dear, I was afraid so. Begin with
the youngest and go up. Please don't talk
more than is necessary."
"Joannah Mary Dodd, she's my young
est, and Mr. Maxenstrakotosch, he's my
oldest There! I nope your satisfied."
"None of your gas! Mr. Maxenstrako
"What is his business?"
"Thompson the piano."
"What countryman is he?"
"Don't know. Say he's a Swede!"
"Where was he bom?"
"Pesk take the man with his question!
"say William 1 aon i Know, gae no.
"And bo down eoes Mr. William Maxell-
strakotosch's name as that of a Swede born
Yes: aiisB bnadowiegs anoe-oinaer.
"Is that all?"
"Whv, Mar," says Mary, with her eyes
wide open with wonder at her mother s
mendacity, "Why don't yon toll about Miss
Jackson? . .
"Pooh! Who's she? She ain't noboayi
"She ain't nobody, ain't she!" cries a
... . in. v
voice whicn seems to rawe aowu mo
stairs and bring the plastering of the walls
"1 11 snow you wno -ne i,
, Iwon.t8tav here another day. My
ftcLe now witn your etemal hash and
To insult me! And her a
tailor S Wile! ADd Witn LfilS a pompous
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boa1 - 361 Btnlt8 dovra BUdrB nd coofronU
h a rpnRTin t&Eer ana uib dook. uwmijk
. . r
Her landlaaV W1U1 BCOZH nawuuuui
. . , :iu Kv.An VA mvc
11H nniiK Willi luuiuiiauuui duo w j "
I'Kntone word of or from me. I know
putdown my name I shall
- Not oneiax I pay.
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1 iR none ol vour Dusmess wno, wuawuuw
old. how rich I am. or where I was born.
.. -r.m nf.iunmit an1 nviatrtrtnttiC
nQt faaye pried
- ., . forTon. madam. I leave
hoag Rnd hagh to.morrow.
And so the overwearied census taker is
. . hon8e 0 tho
. . .
ff mho) ctatiBtimtl valnA the in-
4. . . . . . . . u
lonuatiuii uutatucu vj iiiiii iAAj wt
qa8tion to ?olTed onlJ h7 the 01110111,18
The Oil Business.
Tnig exceeds by 3,000,000 gallons the ex
that p0rt of tne nrst BeTen months of any year
gince tnjg oii became an article of corn
all merce. While the produotion was increased
The toul production of petroleum for
i ar.n nf lit. PAnncvlvania rAoinri
IS esumatfca J.OlU.fu uuicu u
i; . i . o cne ni kn.Aia fwtr
hrfiA olinrm ea.cn. This would seem to
overwhelm the market for all time, but the
eTDort for that vear alone 01 rennea ana
CrU(je petroleum was 2,568,715 barrels
against an exoort in 1861 of only 37,500
barrels. A fortnight ago there cleared at
Philadelphia for Europe seven ships carry-
ing 1 168,008 gallons of crude and refined
oil Tne flg already chartered in New
York and Philadelphia will take out of the
-ormtrv between this and the middle of
jniy in UOO.OUO eallons of rennea on.
tt. BhiDments abroad have also m-
creased so that either by accident or design
the relation of supply and demand is regu
lated witn an exactness wmcn is not w
the same degree manifested in any other
commercial commodity, it ft as peen in
troduced into every country as far East as
India, and into every country dwelling ana
log cabin in onr own States. Probably the
most successful oil company which has
been paving regular dividends is tne ooi
umbia Oil Company, having a territory, we
believe, of two rumored acres, onginaujr
costing $30,000. They have regularly di
vided vearlv dividends, ranging from auu,
000 to $450,000. Oil dividends are made
monthly, as this production being quietly
converted into cash, with little to pay for
labor, there is no necessity of retaining
A Proud Boy.
It was a cold night in winter.
biew. and the snow was whirled furiously
abont seeking to hide itself beneath cloaks
and hoods, and in the very hair of those who
were out A distinguished lecturer was
sDeak. and notwithstanding the storm, the
villagers very generally ventured forth
William Amnesty, buttoned np to his
chin in his thick overcoat, accompanied his
mother. It was difficult to walk through
the fallen &g&in8t the piercing wind,
. ur-,- l: .i
and William said to his mother
"Couldn't you walk easier if you took my
'Perhaps I oould,'' his mother replied,
as she put her arm through his, and drew
up as closely as possible to him. 1 ogetner
they breasted the storm, the mother, and
the boy who had once been carried in
arms, but who had now grown np so
that she could lean on his. They had
walked very far before he said:
"I am very proud to-night, mother,
'Proud that you can take care of me?
she said to him with a heart gushing with
"This is the first time yon have leaned
unon me said the happy boy.
There will be lew nours in mat cniia
life of more exalted pleasure than he en
joyed that evening. Exchange
Oms of Mas. Stdpons' Screams. A cor
respondent of the North British Mail
prints an extract from a letter by the Rev.
Dr. MacEenzie. who was for 63 years min
ier of Portpatrick. eivincr au account
I bow when Mrs. Siddona, on the 15th
It rtw J 1 1 .1 a I- .
i jaue. low, uaue adieu toooouauu, uuo
tured a scream in Portpatrick, and of
effects of that scream: "When she, Mrs.
Siddons.came to the shore to embark, and
raised her eyes to throw a parting glance
at Scotland,' to the utter astonishment
all present, "she emitted all at once
of her wild cries. The effect was powerful
beyond conception. The rocks, the shore,
and the concave in which our little villagi
stands conveyed tba echos. There was
general rush from the houses scattered
around the beach. Seeing men, women,
and children so alarmed. she herself appar
ently became more terrified She repeated
the cry. and actually screamed aloud.
was melancholy, it was wonderful, it
piercingly loud. In a moment, as if
some sudden shock, through the influence
of some supernatural agency, the whole
the people lamented and sobbed aloud.
"Such a scene," the Rev. Dr. Mackenzie
adds, "I never witnessed."
An Old Litebjlkt ScandaX. It is won
derful to observe how old literary scandals
are revived. In many newspapers we have
lately noticed a paragraph accusing Coler
idge of pilfering "the best part of bis Hymn
to Mont Blanc from a poem by Friederika
Brun." a writer in Dwighfs Journal
Music having resuscitated the story.
thought that it was settled, ior good
all, thirty years ago, that a small portion
of the Hymn was translated from a very
short poem by Mrs. Brun. The obligation.
whatever it might be, was acknowledged
by the editors of Coleridge s remains
fiillv as nosKible: and the appropriation
was with perfect justice referred to those
careless literary habits which, upon an
other occasion, led Coleridge to put into
his translation of a play of Schiller's some
very beautiful lines of his own. With
matchless wealth of intellect, it must have
been perfectly impossible for Coleridge
piuer merely for the sake of pilfering.
A Florence nobleman recently received
a letter, in which be was threatened with
death unless he laid $4,000 florins the next
day in one of the city fountains. The
nobleman at once took the letter to
police authorities, and then laid the
manded money in the appointed fountain.
The next day a finely dressed young man
cautiously approached the fountain,
was taking the package of money from
when suddenly he found himself in
hands of the police, who had been watching
tor him. The prettiest part of the story
that the prisoner was found to be a son
one of the nobleman's best friends, and
last scion of an illustrious patrician family.
All efforts to have him released have as
Tee uabsiaoe of the Earl of Derby with
the Dowager Marchioness of Salisbary
take place as soon as the settlements
be completed. The Earl is to settle
jointure of 5,000 per annum on tho mar
chioness. The Marchioness (who is
her 45th year) already enjoys an income
5,000 per annum, under the will of
late Marquis of Salisbury, by whom
has fiv aiiildren. The settled estates
the Cecil family have, of course, gone
the present Marquis with the title, but
sum of 300,000 was left for apportionment
among the younger children. This large
amount was saved by the late Lord Salis
bury, in addition to some further provision
madV vr the younger children. '
A sick man in Boston, who noticed
little daughter looking eagerly at some
fruit at his bedside, said to her, "You
would not take them away from your sick
papa, would you?" She replied, hesita
tingly, "No, I wouldn't," and then
ored np and ingeniously added, "But
papa, I tell a story when I say so."
gave her the fruit
SNATCHED FROM DEATH.
The Man on the Steeple—His Wonderful
Escapes form a Violent Death.
Escapes form a Violent Death. From teh Louisville Commercial.
a number ot people were watching in-
tently yesterday the feats or a man upon
the steeple of the Cathedral the ease and
indifference with which he conducted him
sell at the dizzy height, provoking many
expressions of alarm ana wonaer. ine
man's name is DeLacy, and is in the em
ploy of H. W. Deshler, the proprietor of
the Hull lightning rod, on Jefferson street.
DeLacy was employed in endeavoring to
throw a roto over tue cross on the steeple,
to assist ia attaching a lightning rod on the
top of the cross. The man looked very
small indeed as he let himself down with
a rope from an opening in the steeple.
Tr.r in a history connected with young
DeLaey which is both wonderful and terri-
Dnrinff the late war he was in the Con
federate service and frequently acted as a
mv. He was caught by the Federal forces
in flAnrcia- taken to Savannah we believe
tA nnriTintAd and Sentenced to be
shot He was accordingly ordered to be
executed on a given dav, and the order was
carried out He fell before the fire of a file
of soldiers, pierced through the body with
bullets. He was supposed to be dead, and
carried away in his coffin by two men, who,
w-hila eonvevins him to a place of
hnnaL thought signs of life were visible.
An examination of the body proved their
nrmises to be well founded. Instead of
being buried he was taken to the house of
an old colored woman, wno nuraea mm ior
several months when he recovered.
After the war he was employed by the
Bridge Company here, and fell one day
from the highest point of the structure in
to the nver. which ne reacnea, tortunate-
ly, fret foremost Rising to the surface
the water after his leanui iaii, ne managea
reach some place of safety, where be
found his iniuries to be slight
Yesterday this man, who, it Bf ems, is re
served by fate of some djath other than by
violenoe or accident, was careering arounu
in mid-air attempting to do the hazardous
work undertaken, snowing no uepiaauon
or fear. What need he fear after bis past
experience? He is probably doomed
die in his bed from old age, as accident
and bullet have failed to rid him of We.
Probably Fatal Duel at Memphis.
Memphis (June 28) Dispatch.
James Brizzolara and George R. Fhelan,
two well-known attorneys ol ima city,
fought a duel this evening, on the Arkan
sas shore, about five miles below the city.
with Colt s navy sixes, resulting in tne se
vere and probably fatal wounding oi
former at the f.econ.l fire.
The difficulty arose by a card published
a few days sinoe by Phelan, severely criti
cising the action of several oi tne mem
bers ot the Democratic jxecuuve vxiuniy
Committee, Brizzolara among the number.
He nublished a retort the day following,
A corresDondence then ensued, PheUn de
manding satisfaction, which resulted in
parties, with several friends, going
Uooeheld. opposite nere, yeeteruaj, wuore
final arrangements were made for the meet
ing, weapons, ex.
The place selected was a point nve mnes
below the city, on the Arkansas shore,
which the parties, with seconds, surgeons
and a few frieuds repaired.
The distance fifteen paces was stepped
off, and the principals placed in position.
One clause ot the cartel was that when
word was eiven each should commence
firing, and continue firing until his adver
sary felL or the six chambers nad been
f ' .. .
Alter some preliminary matters naa Deen
arranged, the word was given. Brizzolara
fired first Fhelan reserving bis until
smoke from his adversary s pistol
cleared away, when he fired, without effect,
however. Brizzolara fired again, tr heian
following, with no effect
At the third fire. Brizzolara, finding
could not raise the hammer of his pistol.
turned slightly, using both hands, when
Phelan fired, the ball taking effect in Bnz-
zolara's left breast, passing through
coming out at the left side grazing bis
Brizzolara fell, and was, ior a moment.
supposed to be dead, but he soon rallied,
and the party returned to the city on
steamer which had carried them to
The affair was conduoted witn consider
able secrecy and strictly according to
code, but it leaked out, however, and
large crowd assembled at the river to
the return of the steamer amidst
excitement, and anxiously sought for
result which soon spread over the entire
citv. causing considerable excitement
anions' all classes, as the parties to the
fair are of the highest respectability
A rich scene was witnessed in the
tlemen's cabin of a Jersey City ferry
the other morning. A boy about 13
old sat quietly smoking a cigar, enjoying
the weed with the air of a veteran.
held a large bundle across his arm, one
resting on the floor. The cabin was crowd
ed. A gentleman who sat next to the
was apparently very much annoyed
bv the careless manner in which the
end of the bundle was continuously thrust
under his nose. He called the attention
the boy to the fact two or three times,
at last, losing all patience, exclaimed in
loud tone: "What in thunder have you
that infernal bundle?
Coolly taking the cigar out of his mouth
and holding it at an elevation wnicn
brought the lighted extremity directly
der and within an inch of the bundle,
replied with the utmost nonchalance:"Sky
rocketsT The curious gentlemen
one look at the fellow and springing hastily
from his seat shouted: "We shall be
blowed up r beat a precipitate retreat
the deck. With a sly wink Young America
turned to ths other passengers in tne vicin
ity, who were up in a state of consterna
tion, and observed quietly: "Sky rocket
sticks; the old cove got a soars for noth
ing." The laugh that followed convinoed
the "old cove,"- who was looking for
anticipated explosion at a safe distance
from the cabin door, that he had been
A Busy Executioner.
A letter from Athens, speaking of
execution of the brigands concerned in
murder of the English travelers, says
decapitation was delayed in consequence
of tbe absense of the public executioner
a professional tour. The following list
his performances is given :
Last Friday week he beheaded three
at Stylina, on Saturday two
Lamia, on Monday two at Hypath ; he
then at Levadea, where he WuS to execute
a notorious criminal. He was then, to
to Chalcis and to Athens to behead,
the seven under sentence of death,
His next destination is Corinth, where
is to execute five brigands who have
for Borne time awaiting the execution
their sentence. One of the brigands
at Stylina had been condemned
death five times. These executions,
might be imagined, would be a
blow and great discouragement to brigand
age, but it is not so. Either the system
or the sympathy with it seems rooted
among the mass of the Qreek people,
by no means the people of the lower orders
Ah amusing story is told in a recent
of the Fig iro. Monsieur the Count of
who is the only representative of one of
oldest families of France, has for a
time lived at his country residence, happy
in the company of his wife and child,
latter a beautiful boy whom he loved
cherished with an almost maternal fond
ness. One day ha rudely pushed away
boy, and for weeks seemed a prey to preoc
cupation; to the affectionate inquiries
the countess he returned a contemptous
slelnce. Soon after he ordered the coach;
took his child, and sharply ordered
coachman to drive to Baron Z.'s, aad
soon as possible. The baron received
him very politely, and remarked
very quietly, "Monsieur, my son
the exact image of yourself. Can you
the strange resemblance?' "Cer
tainly, monsieur," and calling a servant
told him to summon his son. He came,
and the Baron turning to the Count
marked, "Monsieur, be pleased to inform
me why my son so much resembles your
self. You took a fancy to have my
with you. I wished to have yours
my own home. Is my explanation
If not, I am at your disposal
The two fathers looked at each other
moment, and then each took the child
the other in his arms. "My child, follow
me, I am your father. " And after a
discussion the exchange was agreed upon.
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T THIS SKASON WK MAY HAVK DIZZINESS
of tne Dead, oca general ruinees oi iu
bead and neck; th bowels may be refalmr
at taey may vm wui - -
aucJunery of th systeia is out ol order, op sleep ia
brokeo, or w dream dreams; whea w It down thar
is a peer liar feeling shorn th head or th sid ; ner nap
w caanot he en our right sid without nneaamess.
These admonition are so many hint that xiKAJ
DKfaTH'a PliAiJ tr aeeoeu. jmm or in
hve or su each, will make every organ work regularly,
and th work is half don as soon a undertaken.
Brandreth' Pills remove ail gummy ana mw
ters from th blood ; to prspiraUo may b checked :
th feet may be so chilled that their feud ihs)stinn
i tnrowa bsca apoa tn Diooo. xxer a ai".
paina, fevers, lnilaxnniauon. la thes eaae xtiaa
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trat the whole mass of blood, r-"tlwg th intus as
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punned and th body reconstructed bom good malarial
and a new leas of aie secured.
Lt any on whoa health is sot perfect us thee
celebrated Puis auecrding to th printed mrsotioaa.-
uie bubo, ui oouy win o improved, strengi netted ;
old Dame, aenes, pimples and cousha will vsaxao. Dye
pepuo no more, your food wid ywul ylnasms. none
disagree. In Brandreth l ul, m tact, restores th
blood's parity Herein is thexr gnat sower lor goo.
'1 hue they cur mternal tumors, and as all Uuxiga us
the body are made 'rum th blood, ir-'-mg it pur css
tainly restores heaith.
The Laws ol Lite are written upon th face of Nature.
Th Tempest, V birtwnxle and Tn m minis Orag
health from tne soutuoee ot ood. Th TKlae are tn
daily agitators and ponhra f the augniy world ot
VI hat these providential means an as d miliars ol
uatuxe, liRA?iJJKl!.Trl'S PLLLa are to Man.
xleoaua toetr ua proaucea an acuvity m tne ciruuia-
tioa whioa ones sums la Uood to throw on what m
Dr. Tnrnar. f Savannah. Ga.. says he baa. for nearly
forty years, recommended Braadrwlh's Piia a a spe
cinc in i ellow r ever ; that he never anew a patient to
die who took them for Una malady, being ouierwis
sound. Their prompt ns takes out of th body thos
matters which led th fatality of to ilenu As a
general family medicine a conaulera then far ia .
advane of ail others, and her ha epssns from personal
ax penance of their iiuaiitiea.
A eentlaman. whose father died of eonsnmptioa at
36 years, wnea about 21 wa tan attacked by to du-
see. ne aa couaa, nignt sweats, ana general uou
icy. Doctor recommatHled cod over oti, but he wasted
away. At Ust h determined to ass Uraaareth's Puis,
in two months they mad aim a sound nian.
Daniel L Tenner. Rao.. A, tor Hans. New York.
cured by Brandreth's Piila of XspetMia and UosUva
aess, whea all other means used had taiieu.
L L. Cook, publish er of the "Stat Banner," Bea-
ntngton, V L. says Braxutreui's Puis cured him of
Dyspepsia, attar being amioted with u over av
yearn Hia friaada and doctors oomadered his recovery
impossible : bnl x boxes oi Braadieta'S Pill featured .
hia Usaiui perf eotiy. -
A touds lady of Mount Pleasant was surely troubled
with Tape-worm. All advice and medicia tailed to
help her. eh had no rest. Thin; careworn and
anoappy, ah looked th picture of misery. At last ah
ooncloaed to try Brandreta's Villa, la on year
took seveau-two boxes. Ibef Drou Utawar. accora
to her computation, over two hundred yard of -worm.
At length all her bad symptom leit her ; as
slept and at naturally, and her health became iuliy
HAUoaroK. N. J.. May 7, 186L
Da BbabDBITH Dear tori 1 nav love, wanted to
write to von. and exnreea mv rratitnde for to beneaeial .
erf sets Ust have beea ex penanced in my owa family .and
m hand reds, ajelhmnswts.orotners. by then of riraxt
dreth'sPula. lb nntyear my friend Broekwayxoldyour
Pills ia Boston, loaa, 1 was then, iu a decUaing state at
heslih. and my friends, sa well asmyeeif, supposed that
my earthly vuyag would soon Uniimrs Mr. Brook
way urged m to tak th Brandreta Pills, bnt having
need so much medicine with no good effect, I waemorw
inclined to let nature tmk it course and calmly suomit
tomytat. Mr. B.ocsred togivemeooedoxen ooxes, if
1 would tak them as prescribed. By this 1 saw h had
gnat faith in them, aad i anally oimsanlod to take them.
unt no. a a gut. 1 went aome,ano went at it most nope
lesiy. After taking oo boa, I began) to leet better.
Wed, sir, when 1 had need na my twelve boxes, 1 was -a
weU, healthy man my weight having gun from Lil
pounds te lot pounds. 1 then oruared a supply, and
between that time and the present 1 have retailed ,
thre tnonsand dollars' worth is these In valuable miia.
and am quite sure tuat I hav thereby bean instruniea
tal in saving, not uuxHireda, bat thousands of lv
loan truly, u. !. ax, r. ss
LUNGS AND KIDNEYS CURED.
Issa W. B-lraa. of 14a Suffolk street. New York, ear
ha aa uaedor aidreth' Pill for thirty years, having
commenced I j u-. taem ia r ebruary, lSJa, tor Dys
pepsia, and A tec nuns at the Longs and a. id neys. tl
took Brand Ji':, Pul everv da for tnirteea months,
and in Marcu, IfHi, became a perfectly sound, healthy
man, though, bsur no onmmenoea with tnngiesi mom
cine he ws oa th veag of th grave
- RHEUMATISM CURED!
Bbookltm, October 1, 1WA
ToD&BrahdbxtR-U aiveam nlessnr to stete
th good I hav experiaaoed from your Puis, bine t
eommenosd then nea, 1 have fit la all isnsta ut a
new man. and th nema ism 1 took taem to relieve
has entirely disappeared. At hrst I was prejudiced
against them, because their operation, was attended
with a sever griping ; bnt oa a further experience t
am eonvmoed such pains were only eso d by ta aiedi
cin struggling with aad ratoovtng certain obstruction
in th boweia, I eotnmnced with taking hv ptlia
very night on going to bed, aad by aa mouses f on
pill every vening ran tn quantity op to twelve nils,
wnich number 1 continued to tan for tea days, ana
then gradually reduced to hv puis at a do With th
exception u in tare nistqoses, t nav xpneucu
pata or griping, but th operatic was oota easy ancj
pleasant. 1 toon th puis for twenty-four days, ana
noaca mat l psmnn a great quantity ot otaca, utuuua
loolucg, otfensiv matter, which I am glad to have got
etear of. i n xtrandraui mils taa ngnt noui o au tua
is deleterious in th bowels, and, a 1 said before, I now
feel like a new man, and deem it my duty to uprose
my grauwae to yo x. oinoereiy your menu,
rXULCiaOLC1 1 XLAVf X4XtI,
iss Claasoa Avenue,
! Docroa BaalTDBXTH
With tha had weather and th treat excitement oo
political matter, I became prostrated aad was attack
ed by my old enemy, muammatory rheumatism on of
tha wont attacks! ever had. My left foot axei ankle
swelled so bodty that it was found mxpsaaibkrta tea
oft my stocking except by cutting, Th pain was
excruciating. 1 could not bear my weight oa my foot.
jay servant saia, yea must nav a aouwr. at t nau
before need your Pills. I said, "No: go aad get me a
box of Brandreth's Pills-1 will try them flxst," H
obeyed, i took ten. aad the effect was truly wonder
ful. Th next day th pain had ceased, th swelling
goo and 1 was able te pot oa my boots and walk te th
I aannot account fbr.this, as I do not understand th
science of medioine. But this 1 do know and write to
yon for th benaht of oUienwho may be mfarixig from
1 was sick, unable to walk : am now wall ana, nnaer
the rood provideno of God, i owe my quick reoovery
to BKANDRTH'S PILLd.
fiam of the writer at to fiiaoipai umea.
rrom When&e the Voice The
MOBQA Dee. L,18d8.
Dr. BBAHDBSTB-Awr rr I save used year Pul.
on and off. for tha last thirty years, as a family nssdicin
for eolda, oostinoas and a a geural oteamer of th
tystem. 1 am now a great advocate for them, for in
some sax ioua attacks at c knees they nav reelond my
health whea other means and medicine had utterly
failed. Scan yean ago, during the war, i had aa attack
of pneumonia, which laid me up seven month, and it
left m a weak taa 1 had dimoolty ia gatung about
tr bona without help. Then dyspepstaeet in. so that
wheal did sat th food did not stay, but in as ihonr
or two I would bring it up tn a kind of frota. I had a
dreadful cough, and it seemed a if I got no good front
anything I took. In short, I expected to die, for 1 waa
aar eurhty. and waited th event, , .
In I his ooadition, feeble m body and mind. I was on
day suting atone, witn my hand resting upon my heads.
When I seemed to hear a voia, whicn sod.
Take Braadnth's Puis; you know they aevar deceiv
ed you; why defer 1" .
Doctor, T cannot write or think of these words bat
the Man flow to my eyes to l his day. This was Seine.
dayaight, I took two ptlls; I took two on Sunday aignt;
two again a Tueeday night; two oo Vriday night, aad
two axon on the Sunday a ight, I gained cross Ut hrst
dose, and in little more than a week went to nus Is witn
th family aa usual. Everything agreed with me; my
eough left me, and I regained my health completely.
1 am in my eigUty-fourth year, and tew hav to walk
stow to accommariat a
As I use jour Puis son or lees, and oonrtantly recom
mend them, I thought I should lik som from head
qoartera, so hav enclosed you a dollar, which plaa
send math value thereof in fresh puis. Address J.
Arnfr". Lock Box 171 rost umoe, xwua
In eonelnsioa. I may say I have aortincaifnd.bf
aa enure Company oi th 17th Regiment N. V. B.
who osed Brandreth's nus aunng tw yemn eevvioe
the field, and not a man was lost by dissaaoanrie' that
- - L-- "
Costmnes or rever and Ague, Genaral DaOihty or
Dropsy. Dtssinees or fleunsv. or oumt..-.
thTTl, takeRnndnth-s Puis they will beoadtyon.
aad often ear whan all hop ha fled.
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Ptlls. theAesistant of Nature
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naaaay organ. It arrests vomiting, or to disposttiaa
to vomit at once, and carries off without pain, tarooglx
th intestines, th morbid emetic matter which ia th
provocative of nausea. A dose of th Aperient will
always effectually "settle th stomach" after a saghts
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