Newspaper Page Text
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED I
ARESEDT FOU5D AT LAST t
It Will Cure Your Cough !
It Will Prevent and Cure Consumption.
That Cndi. vrtiir-k
w. mrr BWsicctlnAT aw
result in faliil fo'
rr.me Umr1y Ij oa
prion, if MH
saeetftee yonr hie wltf-n your
uew can tr cn-o i
tialcst, ana iu a
miim.ii w. v
VAst is tte ('(.' qfHjatf When etmparml It Umltk.
Allen's Lung Balsam
H wirrurtH to break up the reset troerbleeome Coajrl.
In 1 fCiwilKlT hnrt limn Thar t" remedy that
can ijow taore evidence of real nacit than thta B AL
S4.M, tor carina; COHSCIUTIOM, COUOBA, OOLM
HrnMA, Ccp, 4c.
K u oalr abont acrcn rears since the Balaam was
Jrrs aff e-rrJ to toe public t sod in this abort Ume U has
become known and aoprocUtod In nearly every town
and vULwre thrunrbwit the United States eiid the Do
- minion of Canada. Honireds of thousands of bottles
xe aamU? oH, and thousands of witreates testify to
It UTj-ira 1 power In ''"g the dlwrnw that it la
roooa mended kx.
Allen's Xiung Balsam
WHAT TUfi DOCTORS SAY.
Aftin oolrr. M. D of Koacrtuma Co.. Ind.. ears:
"For throe rjara past I hT ued Alln Laryr Bal-
satn extensively to mypraci!
mrnnctiets ana i am seusnea um
m for lanz divesae In nan,"
I-c. A. Dtnn, M. D., of Losran County, O.
3 better medtcirre lor I1
Altei't tana; Balaam bo only Hs rapidly, bnt (rives
ivrioct ?.U4rcftoa In every case within my Voowfodra.
HuTine confidrioc in i. and knowi-ier that It
valn-.blo ucditUaa. prTxrti, I freely ase it in my
diily prec'tce. awl with nnbonnded aoooesa. As an
ex:eeorn, it is moat certainly far ahead el nor
prepintioa I have ever yet aU-own."
It w UxrmUa t the most DdieaU Child.
IT CONTAINS KO OPIUM IN ANT FORM
It re 6oM by Medicine Dealen Oe-errdly t
ATXEirS LUNG BALSAM "end
I'fl of any oUmt Balsam.
CCITc job wltli w.nffilsa. pceparataon.
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM !
J. W. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
jrs-SoId by all Medicine Dealers.
The Bo ly and Hi Seeds.
OonsidertDg tba extreme aensiUTeuoM of tike
human body, and Out il is unprotected except by srO
ncisl carering, from (be aotion of oold, It ! not
etranjB tlut t Vtit eewoD It 1 liable to many disor
der. Tbe aUn eierdaes a powerful influence over
tbe elooncb ani bowela, and vbsa tta fontioaa are
loterraptedbynddaaebinithitseal the pore and
prerent eTjporaUon from tbe lurfaea, tntecnal eon-
gostlon Is apt to ens-iie. Tbe digestive organs smr
peifusai tbir oSx properly when tbla is tbe ease,
and tbe waste nutter of tbe system, which ebonld be
disebsrgel In put throogb tbe perspiratory glands,
luring no otber ouUet tban tbe bowels and tbe kid
neys, eoasUpifrin ani a variety of renal diseases are
mere or lass prenlent Dyspepsia, where it exists,
is also agarated by these oaoses. Tbe most effec
tive prcTontiTe of, aai remedy for disttirbanoaB of
this nature in Eostetter1s Stoauob Bitters. Aotang
as a stimobuit and tanio, it rouses tbe stomach an d
Cbe intestioes, tmpirtinn to those tmporyuit organa
, botb aitrrity and regularity. It also operates as a
sudorios, by tmlag tbe Tessess of tbe skin and pro
moting tbe free passage of exbaisted matter through
that natural serfs of tbe system. Being s mild
diuretic, it giro a healthful impulse to tbe action of
the kidneys, where there is S tendency to dropsy,
and as a blood depurent and nervine, has a highly
tnrcSclal eifa in rhumatie eases; It combines in
happy preparttaia the tonie, alterative, aperient, an
tixspUi, dtipVirsUe as aaUbilions properties
requisite for tbe restoration of a system generally
- disordered, snd has na equal as a winter medicine.
The adVertf--r. hanrur been pemasienfiy enmd of
that dreaded dafionXonTOmntWm. hra imnhmiiir1r.
is anTtmia to makgVnowii to his fellow frofferer the
rneana of enre. To all rrho desire ft he will aend a oeriy
of tht pnaenpfion nsed (free of elnire). with the
directi-ma for preparing and nana? the aane, which
they will find a snug CCME TOM COKSUICPTIOH.
fc. Parses wiinx th nre-rlptkrn will nJr nddreai
JOrr. EDWARD A. WILSON,
166 Sonth Soond attreet. WlLUamsboxwh, H.T.
Sir James - Clark's Female -Pills.
These hmtaable PITH are wnfaftimr to tbe enre of all
thoae D Unfal and danveroaa deaaea to whis-rh the
ateinaie eons4tn4oa. ia KabVact. Tbfy aaoderate all ex.
They are particttlarfy aoHed. They wiD in a abort time
brinfr the monthly period with recnlarity: and
aithoTh vnry woworfal, coot-. in nothinc bartfnl to the
oooeti'ntkm. In all cawea of TtmrmnM nn Spinal AfTec-
Bonm, raiiv " wie uacc ana unDa, ranjrne on ouirnt
exertiaa. PJnitat4on of tho Heart. Hvaterina and
White , tht will effort a onre when all other meana
nre t utoa. td nr.aoniet aronua eacn packatre dm
faH dtreetione end advice, or will be seal fvoelosll
wnoa; tor it, seaied tna obea
sPEciAXt w onqK.
Job Mm Sir Janes Clsrks1 Fnul Pols an
tensiv ilv O.rn .m rwiutcd. Tbe renoine bavs th nana
ef .rR MOSES" ea each packa. All etliers an
K. B. in aD eases whne tbe Gnrtrrjrc cannot be ob
tained. One DoJIaas with fifteen cent fnr poatatre,
atneload to th aa) iimnriettw'. -TOR aVirSK5, la rViat
inu arvtra-, jw-vw i nrx,mii nuare a DOtUO Of toe TD-
Bdne, containing Fifty Pill, bj retvrn mail, aaanxeiy
n mww mmawmaM9 ec iiajaontatua.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AO STfTLFJA'W wbo suffered for roan froanKerw
Ojm DebiHtT. PmniaXaire IWav and all tha vffnta
of Toithfol iacUsCTetiona will, for tbe sake of taffer
toc ti inaanitj, send frwe to all who need it th recipe
and direction for malring tbe afanple remedy by which
am waa evrea. . oonerera wiaoinc to proni 07 u
User's eTDorieasvee, cam de ao by addreepin. in
6t by tbe adrvrr
JOR.1 B. OODES.
Wo. 41 Oedar street. New York.
Harsenc9a aad Ipcipieatf r yHmm
BaJts's Pectobal KT.rxrn hxa raDidJy'weo tbe favor
of patient who hre tried it, and also ie patronare oi
the medical faraitaT in evrrt afMrinn nf tn Mumts
where it- haa baco Introdtieetl. No retneoy for thVi
jurjca ana uiroa eror QAwoverea fftAnaa so popaiar
sftar onae nsed as this preparation. It fe made under
the tvtiperrisioa of Mr. T. H. Baxr. one of the beet prae-
wMJsasi 1MTIAJ13VO an uv Diane. 1 ne aoccoea wnicQ naa
atteiidasd the nae of this remedy for the past sixteen
years, where koocm, has indneed ne to make It more
wi 1oly known for the benefit of the aoffssrin. Let the
afflicted cive it a fair trial, aa we are oonfldent tbat
relief and pormutent ore will be tn result. Sold by
N. B. Cirealars riinr certiftcatee ofnarkable
, enros of tho afflicted will be seat on application, or the
will be ioQnd accompanying each botiie oi the Pectoral
The Ruzrn Is pleamrt to take, end Is neatly and
I P to larr botOes at OSS DOLLAJt
t. H. BARB &C0. xrTSr,,
80H in Chicatre at Wholesale br
rTJLtFR. FIVrH A FTtt.t.fr- is.rtn a vmr.
VAX 80H AACK.STEVESSOS' US lO tHCRLB CT
wi ii 1. au.v ,aua n ,
In Milwankse by
EICElEISUGiDOHMHN- 4 SCHMIDT; GREE!T
Is St. IiOnisbT
BtCHABDSOJJ a CO. ; COLLDra, BROa,
And throaKboat tbe KorUiwest by all Prosaists.
L 9912 " n?o AGEirrs wabtted
I for-Harrie' Mai-Stooe Draaser." Ttrls Is a tco.
iior psnacnlara. HAPma 4 rmg.
LANDS IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI.
Tbe Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
(Embracing; late Soota Pscifie) bats for sale JUDJXk
sens, of best quUv, Ions credit, cheap. Kor nartioa
lan, in pamnfaletappiv to AMOS TUCK, Land Coss-
, no. Ul walnu attest. St. Xoais, ato.
AWEW METHOD of eCeeta
sh ewuun Kid (Stores ef
aheolon. It aaa bs dona wtUaont
atm any lkrald, and witbaot ta
jmr to ths beat ckms. Evac.
bodr shsnld have it. Prtoe or
tbe artaclo, So per packace.
& K. HILLER,
Box SOU, Ohiosso.
Kv x rM
e S 25 SFUBfctniitt&IAi
A DAT TOR AT T AtotMl TVwJ mmdIm
auilsd trsa, A . J Hi Bnadwaf JS.t
Thitt bituminous mineral, which ie
now being manufactured bo extensively
into useful and ornamental articles,
takea its name from the river Gauges,
from the banks of whxah it was prob
ably first obtained. It was first called
" gagates," afterward "gagat," and
finally, very properly, corrupted into
"Jet" Now, however, it is found in
many parts of the world. The finest
quality that comes to us from Great
Britain is obtained at Whitby, in York
shire, where it is found mixed with
fragments of bituminized wood of con
iferous trees, in the Alum Shale of that
Jt. like amber, is electrical when
rubbed ; hence, when found, as it some-
timesis. bvthe Prussian amber ciifrgers,
t is called DiacK amoer. xa i nun:
large quantities are found in the de-n&j-tmeut
of Aude. where numerous art
isans are employed in working it into
nmsses. rosary heads ana otuer dcsuu-
fnl ornaments, which at first were used
chiefl v for mourning wear. The French
iet is very fine, is found in irregular
veins in tne lower maris oi vie creia
ceous series corresponding wnu me
Sussex gault. Spain, also, furnishes a
fine ouaJitv of let, wiiicn is louna ot
Villa viciosa, in the province of the
Asturias. Jet is easily cut and carved :
admits readily of a beautiful polish; is
about as hard as our ordinary coal, and
is. in fact, only a peculiar form of pitch
ooaL containing about thirty-soven per
cent, of volatile matter.
Jet has been the cause for consider
able confusion in the opinions of those
who have Riven attention to tbe subject
Dr. Young, in his "Gwlogy of the
lorkshiro Coast, writes: "Jet, winch
occurs here, may be properly classed
with fossil wood, as it appears t'j be
wood in a high state ofbituminizaiion."
Mr. Simpson, the curator of the Whitby
museum, a man of intelligence, and
who has given much attention to the
subiect savs: "Jet is eeneraUy consid
ered to have been wood, and in many
cases it undoubtedly has been so, for
the woody structure often remains and
it is not unlikely that comminuted veg
etable matter may have been changed
into jet But it is evident that veget
able matter is not an essential part of
jet. for we frequently find that bone,
and the scales of fishes also, have been
changed into jetn
Robert Hunt, keeper of mining rec
ords in England, disagrees with the
former authorities. He says: "Jet
certainlv in crusts a mass which has
something the structure of bone, but,
without a chemical examination of its
constituents, we should hesitate to say
it was bone. Wood, without doubt,
has been found tncrusted with jet, as
fragments of animal matter may also
hare been. But it is quite inconsistent
with our knowledge of physical and
chemical changes, to suppose that both
animal and vegetable matter would un
dergo this change. By proccet of tub
ttitution we know that silica will take
the place occupied by carbon or woody
matter; as, for example, in tbe fossil
palms of Trinidad and the siucined
forests of Egypt; but we have no ex
ample within the entire range of the
coal formations of the world, of carbon
taking the place of any of the earths."
Jet is supposed to have been worked
by the Bomans long before the time of
the Danes in England ; an ear-ring of
a lady, having the form of a heart, with
a hole in the upper end for suspension
from the ear, was found lying close to
the jawbone in one of the Roman
tumuli. The manufacture was carried
on until the time of Elizabeth, when it
suddenly ceased, and was not resumed
until about the year 1S00. Within the
last few years the demand for it from
the American market has been so great
that the wonder is the inventive genius
of the American mind has failed to find
an article in this country, where bitu
minous matter or petroleum, from
which it has its origin, so largely
From Paris to Norway in a Balloon.
IL A. Le Mavout' describes in Le
Courrier de rEurope the very remarka
ble recent voyage of two Freacb. gen
tlemen, Messrs.- Bollier and Bezier, in
a balloon from Paris to tbe neighbor
hood of Christiana, in Norway. They
ascended from Paris at 11 o'clock at
nip-ht,with a has fnll of letters and dis
patches directed to various parts of
Prance, England, eta, bnt at 7 o'clock
a m. were surprised to Und that they
were sailing rapidly over the sea. As
the balloon gradually descended they
sighted, or rather were sighted, by a
vessel, which preved to be German, and
fired-some shots at the balloon, howev
er, without effect. They let fall their
bag of letters and dispatches, which was
picked up by tbe ship and posted on
reaching port, and some of which
reached their destination in a damp and
moldy condition. Believed of this
weight, the balloon again ascended, and
was lost for some hours in clouds and
mists, but about 2 p.m. the same day
the aeronauts descried the tops of some
pine trees, and soon after effected their
descent in the midst of a bleak and
barren wood, of the locality of which
they were in entire ignorance. Having
made their way through bushes and
underwood, they fortunately discovered
the walls of an unroofed hovel, and in
side it the remains of some potatoes.
These thev were only too glad to eat,
being half dead with cold and hunger,
and they slept within the roofless walls
for some 20 hours before they felt
strong enough to pursue their journey.
Getting under -way once more, they
found some villagers, to whom
they made known by signs, and
by drawing a balloon on paper, the
strange route by which thev had come
thither. The natives sent for the vil
lage pastor and for another person who
could speak a little French, when they
were told that they were in Norway.
The visitors were most kindly and hos
pitably treated as persons who had lit
erally come down from the skies, and
they were forwarded, together with
their balloon and apparatus, on sledges
to Christiania, a dist ance of 100 leagues.
On reaching the capital their presence
created the greatest sensation ; fetes
were improvised in their honor; moth
ers held np their children to see the
Frenchmen who had came down from
the cloud, and the people raised loud
cries of "France forever." They gave
soma tangible proofs of their sym
pathy for France by raising a sub
scription on behalf of the wounded
French, which in three or four days
reached some 24,000 francs. The aero
nauts, adds M. Le Maout, gave their
balloon to the University of Christia
nia, where it is exhibiting, the proceeds
of the exhibition being destined to be
given to the sick and wounded. Messrs.
Bollier and Bezier, who are both young
men, under 30, and married, reached
London a few days afterward by the
North Star, and have gone back by way
of St. Halo to Tours, and the south of
France, which appears to have been
their original destination, though in
reaching a higher altitude the wind
blew them 700 leagues in an entirely
opposite direction from Paris. Their
exploit, says M. Le Maont, has been
already celebrated in verse by the
greatest living Norwegian poet, M.
The editor of the Fort Scott (Kan.)
Monitor saw a complimentary notice of
J. gmythe Jowdes' performance on tne
"xiloDhone." Obtaining no satisfac
tion from the city directory or the dic
tionary, he says: "We then soaked
the word 36 hours in diluted muriatic
acid. The result was wonderful, J. he
Anglo-Saxon in the word united with
tbe chloride of the acid, and the ori-
inal Greek was precipitated, ihe
reek waa found to mean ' wood-mu-
il 1 .1 A. 1 ,
i ' we are eonBeaueuuv icu uv
lieve that the artist waa sawing wood."
The Baronet's Son.
By MRS. HARRIET LEWIS,
AUTHOR OF "THE DOUBLE LIFE," "THE BAILIFF'S
SCHEME," "THE SUNDERED HEARTS," "THE LADY
SCHEME," "THE SUNDERED HEARTS," "THE LADY OF NILDARE," "A LIFE AT STAKE," " THE
HOUSE OF SECRETS," ETC., ETC., ETC.
HOUSE OF SECRETS," ETC., ETC., ETC. CHAPTER I
A FATEFUL CATASTROPHE
A wild etorm vraa rsrine upon tho Mediter-
rar.osn Sea, roar tbe close of a dreary Novem
ber ui-, ana fKT ana waters were black with
t ja eloom of the endden and furious tempest.
before Trfiich a small sailing vessel was scud
ding under Dare poles, tier build and neranz
prociairnna neroamiiuan. ens vcasi ine usu,
Captain v anno master, on her way from Oa;
liari to Palermo.
She had on board two seamen, and two pas-
These passengers were Englishmen, who
had procured passage on 77i Gull to Paler
mo, whence thev intended to embark by
steamer to Marseilles, the following day.
While the Cantain and his assistants wore
attending to their duties, and expressing ap
prehensions as to their safety, the two Eng
lishmen stood apart, leaning spinet ths low
bulwarks, and surveying the wild scene around
These men were both young, apparently of
the same age, about three and twenty, but
e-ri.'.ontly they were not of the urn station
One, the more striking of the two, was aris
tocratic in his bearing, tall, slender and hand
some, with a frank, smiling mouth, a pair of
fearless bine eyes, set under a wide and mas
sive forehead, and tawnv hair blovrinsr back
from his face. Noble, generous and kind
hearted, he had an adventurous disposition
and a dauntlera rouratre.
He was Gar Tressilian, ths only son and
heir of 8ir Arthur TressUian, Baronet, of Xres
silisn Court, England
His companion presented! a remarkable re
semblance to him, being also tall and slender
and fair, with tawny hair and mustache, but he
had Dot tho frank smile, tbe bright, fearless
look, or the joyous spirit that characterized
young Treseihan. Young as he was, he had
seen much of the dark side of life, and his ex
periences had been such as to develop in him
some of the woret qualities of tus Datura.
He was Jasper Lowder, Guy Trossilian'a
hired traveling companion and bosom friend.
The meeting and connection of the two bad a
touch of romance. Young Treeailian had
spent four years in a German university,
whence be had been graduated with honor. On
leaving the university, in obedience to his
father s written command, be had undertaken
a tour of the countries inclosing the Mediter
ranean Ses, in company with one of his late
tnlAM TViju ..ntlfiman hainr nnATnAfJllv
promoted to a professorship, abandoned;
Treseilian at Baden, leaving him to find another
On the evening of the very day after this
desertion, as Guv Treseilian was sauntering
through the streets of Baden, he had been
assaulted by a trio of his own countrymen, all
more or leas intoxicated. It was apparent that
they took him for another, and intended to
wreak vengeance upon him. Without allowing
him to speak, they forced him to defend him
self. Guv was getting the woret of the conflict,
when a stranger same running to his assist
ance, and in a few momenta he two. had put
the ruffians to flight
This stranger who came so opportunely to
Guy's assistance was Jasper Lowder. His re
semblance to young TTeesilian awakened in the
latter a romantic interest, ua questioned
Lowder. learned mat he was poor and alone in
the world, and took him with him to his hotel.
Believing that the similarity of features Indi
cated a similarity of tafrtes and natures, he
engaged ixnrxlor as ins traveling companion.
and the past year they bad spent together
more like brothora than like employer and
"This rtorm is a regular Levanter," said
Lowder, clinging with both hands to the bul
warks. " lo you mini the cralt wul stand it.
" Oh, yes, answered yonnv Treasilian, wip
ing the salt spray from his face. " The Cap
tain knows the Sicilian coast perfectly. In
two hours, or less, we shall be in the bay of
Palermo. In three hoars we shall be domi
ciled in the best rooms of the hotel Trinacria,
with the best supper which Messrs. Bagusa can
lurnisn. And to-morrow, at noon." ne added.
" we shall embark for Marseilles in a Heesa-
"And from Marseilles ym will proceed to
England and to Treseilian Court." said Lowder.
with some bitterness. "And what is to be
come of me? I have had a year of unalloyed
happiness, and now comes back the drudcerv.
the hopeless toil, the anxieties of the wretched
old life. Yon picked me up at Baden, a poor
adventurer seening to gain a uvmg Dy teaching
English, and the same dee tiny is open to me
Treseilian turned his handsome face noon
bis companion in surprise and affectionate re-
"Jasper !" he exclaimed, "yon talk strangely.
Do you suppose I have called yon friend and
brother so long, and loved you so well, to lose
yen now? I meant to have written to my father
concerning you and your future, Jasper, but
us suuuen recan, receivea yesieruay, causes
me to return home without writing. I shall
telegraph from Marseilles that yon will come
home with me. And yon will, will you not ?
You will not abandon me, mv friend ? I will
charge myself with vonr future. I will see that
yon obtain the position to which your talents
entitle you. You have no ties to keep yon on
loo mnaneni r
A strange expression passed over Jasper
" No, I have no ties," he said huskily.
" And you wiil go home with me ?"
" What will your father aav to my oominc r
demanded Lowder, 41 He win think your geo
erosUy Quixotic He .will dismiss from his
house the hired ootnpanion wbo dares to re
semble nis eon
A sudden lurch of tne little vessel, a wave
sweeping over her deck, interrupted the sen
"You wrong mv father." said TresaiK&n.
his bine eyes kindling, when the vowel had
righted. "He is the noblest man in tbe
world. He will welcome my friends as his
own. xou will love nun, jasper, aai do, when
yon Know mm
"He doesnt seem very affectionate, re
marked Lowder. " You have been away from
your home for five years, and he has bnt just
Young Tresriliiui's cheeks flushed as Lowder
saw in the lurid glow that momentarily light
ed up the tempestuous scene.
"You know, or can guess ths reason, Jas
per." he said, with somothinsr of an effort.
''My father has a ward, the daughter of an
old friend. Ah ! hear that wind shriek ! The
gale is increasing.
U Yes," assented Lowder. " And the ward
is Miss Irby the golden-haired Blanche of.
whom yon have talked so much, and with
whom you have exchanged letters ?"
xes. ! y iatiier formed a protect to have
me marry Blanche. He did not wish as to grow
up togetiier. lest we snouia learn to reeard
each other as brother and sister. When
Blanche came to live at the Cocrt my father
sent me to bennany. ine night before I left
home, he called me into his library and told
me all nia nopes ana plans lor my future, and
entreated me to continue worthy of his inno
cent ward, and to keen my heart pure for her.
I have done so, Jasper. I have never vet lov
ed any woman. And yesterday I received my
ratner a summons to come nome. ne has re
called me after five years of absence, I know
the wisn that lies nearest tus heart, lie wantn
me to return and marry Blanche. I shrink
from the proposed marriage. I dread going
home. And I dread offending my dear fath
er, whom I love better than any woman. It
is hard, Jatx-er, to levolt against the hopes
and plans ox a Kind ani generous xatner,
whose very love for me muses him to urge on
this marriage !"
" Is it ?" said Lowder dryly, and with
strange smilo full of sneering bitterness. "My
experience has been widely different from
yours, Treseilian. Did I ever tell yon of my
" No. I took it for granted that he is dead.'
" Perhaps he is. I don't know," said Low
der, with a reckless laugh. " But if he is liv
ing, he ia a scoundrel. Don't start, Treeeiiian,
at my unselfish speech. Wait till you hear my
story. I am in a desperate mood to-night.
This storm stirs up. all the bad within me. As
nearly as I can discover, my father was the
younger son of a proud old country family"
" You do not know, then ?" asked Treeeiiian,
pressing his companion's hand.
" I have no proofs of it. All I positively
know is this. My mother waa of humble sta
tion, pretty, with blue eyes and an apple blos
som face, and tender, appealing ways. She
was the daughter of a widow, residing at
Brighton. The widow, my grandmother, kept
a lodging-house, and my father, a gay, dashing
young fellow, came to lodge with her. As
might have been expected, he fell in love with
his landlady's daughter. He then offered ths
young girl marriage, on condition that the
union should be kept secret until his affairs
brightened and he chose to divulge it. The
young girl loved him. Her mother was am
bitious and penurious The result was the
lover had his way, and married the daughter
of his landlady quietly, almost secretly. Then
he took his bride to London, to cheap and ob
scure lodgings, where, a year later, I was born."
The wind for a moment drowned his voice.
As it presently lulled, he resumed recklessly
and with passionate bitterness:
"For years my mother and I lived in those
stuffy, obscure lodgings until her bloom had
faded, and she had grown thin and wan and
nervous. My father visited us at stated sea
sons, once or twice a week, but he never
brought any of his family to call upon na. I
doubt if bis aristoorauc relatives even sus
pected the existence of the faded wife and
son of whom he waa secretly ashamed. 1
have good reason to believe that be bad fine
lodging! at the Wea End, whore be was op
posed to be a Dacneior ana uui no weak uiio
fashionable sociorr, while my mother and I
tved obscurely. . tie waa a pmnigate ana a
logue, bnt he had an air of fashion that awak-
mod my boyish admiration, and aroused my
mother's affectionate pnue in turn, biie was
always r!eadinz to be introduced to his reU-
jv'e and to nave her son publicly ackaowW
edge-L But my fathor always put her off, say
ing that he was not ready. Worn out and
despairing my mother died vhen I was ten
Again ths wind shrieked past, again the lit
tle vessel lurched, the sea sweeping her deck.
The captain screamed bis orders to his men,
and for a few minutes disor Jor reigned
A natttr bit of weather I said ixxrucr. "Ana
Yes, but rve seen as bad, rotumed Tros-
eilian. "Wo shall make port all right, never
fear, wo mnit be well on toward the Cane di
Gallo. And its only eeTen miles from the Cape
"But the seven miles in tins storm are worse
than seventy in good weather. - "These coasts
are dantrerous. Tresailian."
Lowuer shuddered aa he surveyed sea and
''But about your father, Jasper?" said Tres
silian, who had become deeply interested in his
companion's story. "What did ha do after
vonr mother s death?
" I remained at tho old lodgings with our
single old servant a mouth or mora, my fath
er visiting me several times, and expressing
anxietTBs to v hat he should do with me. A
week after my mother's death, ha told me that
his brother was dead. A month later, his
father was killed by being thrown from his
horeo. My father came into riches and hon
ors be theee deaths. At last, deciding to rid
himself of mo, he took me down to Brighton,
to my old frandmother. Her sons were dead:
she had given np keeping lodgers, and was
grown miserly. He promised her five hundred
pounds a year to keen me. and to keep also
the secret of my patomity, solemnly promis
ing to acknowledge me some day as his son
and heir. The old woman agreed to carry out
his wishes. She would have done anything
for money. I never eaw my father again. I
went to school, grew np, and at the age of
twenty-one came into my grandmother's mon
ey; the fruits of vearg of saving, she dying at
that time. Mr father had deliberately aban
doned me. 1 did not know where to seek him,
cf I had wished to. I took my money and
iame abroad. I have been two years on the
Continent, and had spent my little fortune
when I met you. The rest you know."
"An odd, romantic story I" But why did your
father abandon you ?"
'Then he might be freed of encumbrance to
make a grand marriage. From what my grand-
mother said at diTerer.t times. I conclude that
my father was in lore with a titled lady before
mv mother-s death. No doubt ho married this
ladr. If he lives, this lady's son may be his
acknowledged heir. My fathor has utterly dis
owned the son of his first hasty, ill-starred mar
riage. I have a fancy that I shall meet him
some day," and Jasper's brow darkened to
i deeper blackness. "Ho we er,I stand no chance
nf fiver recfllVini? lUstlCS Bi II IB hands.
"What is your father's name, Jasper?'' asked
Lowder'a face darkened. He bit his lip sav
-vt naui nave torn yon aoout myself 1 learn
ed from my own observation, or from chance
words of my parents and grandmother. My
mother's maiden name was Jeanette Lowder.
Atour London lodgings, my father bore the
nam nt T wii r I lrm't knnv tiia mil nun.
name of Lowder,
but I should know his face anywhere, although
I have not seen him in thirteen years. Mv
mother was actually married, Treasilian, but 1
never heard my father's name. The clergy
man wno mamoa my mower waa aeaa; tae
witnesses also. When mv. grandmother was
dying she tried to tell me the story. She had
put it off too long. All that I could under
stand of her mumbiines was the name of Dev
ereux. I shall never forget that name 'Dev-
Kosrx ! 1 robably that was my father a name
my own rightful name. But as I should
never find him if I sought him, and he would
repulse me if 1 did hnd him, I stand no chance
of inheriting bis property. He may be dead.
He may have other sona who have succeeded
him. It ia all a mystery, but the prominent
truth ia that I am an outcast, poor, disowned
He leaned over the bulwark, the spray dash
ing over ins race violently.
Trestdlian's heart warmed to him.
"My poor friend!" he said. "Must I say
asain you are not friendless while I live. Mv
father has influence enough to obtain for you
a governmont appointment. This tangle may
you are resolute enough to make your own
He crasped Lowder's hand, and looked with
warm bright eyes, full of sympathy, into Low
der a lowering lace.
There had been a temporary lull in the storm.
But as the two stood there, the tempest re
vived and swept over the wild sea in maddened
There was no time for talking now. The
wind roe so high that words would scarcely
have been diBtinguitthed. The storm that had
gone before had been but play to this awful
outburst. The vessel drove on, creaking and
groaning, a mere cockle shell on the billows.
"Mother of Mercies !" wailed the captain.
"It's all up with us, signores. I can't make
out the Cape in this darkness. We shall goon
tbe rocks. St, Anthony save us 1"
The seamen echoed his cries.
The two young Englishmen, comprehending
their peril, clasped hands in silence.
For the next few minutes it seemed that
Then a noise like the report of a cannon
suddenly boomed through the storm and the
darkness. The little vessel shivered, stagger
ed, and careened upon her side.
She had struck upon a rock.
A few momenta of buff etings and toeslngs,
of vain struggles and agonized, involuntary
prayer, and then Jasper Lowder felt his senses
slih from him, and became unconscious.
When he came to himself, he waa lying upon
a rocky beach of the Sicilian shore, sore,
braised, and weak aa a child.
He opened bia eyes. The wind had spent
its fury, and now moaned along tbe coast with
a desolate, despairing wail. The waves beat
against the rocks.
Lowder struggled to his elbow.
" Wrecked ! he muttered. " I am cast
ashore, while the others are drowned 1 Oh,
this ia terrible 1 I have lost my best friend
He moaned and wrung his hands.
" He is dead, who would have done so much
for me, and L ao worthless, am saved ! All my
hopes of an easy aad luxurious life must be
At that moment he beheld a dark object
a little distance in tho water. The waves
hurled this object agnintt the projecting head
of a sunken rock. At the same instant Low
der recognized it as the body of a man.
He crept toward it, and the waters dashed
the body on the share at his feet. He put his
hands on the face. How cold and wet it waa
It felt like the face of a dead man! Lowder'a
fingers came in contact with the soft, silken
mustache, and he knew that the body was that
of Guy Tressihan !
Of the five who had stood on the sloop's
deck a half -hour earlier, these two alone were
left. The captain and his crew had found
deaths among the cruel, yawning waters.
Lowder thrust his hand under the waistcoat
of his friend, but he could not perceive the
beating of his heart. Despair took possession
"Dead 1" he said shrilly. "Dead ! And he
would have done so much for me if he had
lived 1 And his father and the young girl he
waa to have married will wait in vain for his
coming 1 Hia place at Treseilian Court ts
empty, wno can tin it r .
It seemed to him that some demon at his side
echoed the question: Who could JiU ttwplaet
left vacant by ruMe Guy Tressilian t
A thought came to him a thought so strance
and sinister that he shivered involuntarily.
Again he felt of Tressilian's heart. It gave no
throb against his hand. He passed hia hand
over Tressilian's head and discovered a gaping
wound in the skulk Tho hair was clotted with
Putting his hnd Into hia breast pocket. Low
der drew out his little water-proof match-safe.
He opened it with trembling fingers and struck
alight. The red flicker danced on young Trea
How ghastly and terrible it looked! The
eyes were dosed, the emue waa gone. Xhe
seal of death seemed set on the noble features.
Lowder examined the wound. It had beep
made by contact with the sharp rock, and evea
Lowder perceived ita ternoie cnaracter.
li ne ia not aeaa, ne soon wiu do, ne
muttered. "Hia brain has received an awful
injury. He will never know who he is again.
He won't live till morning, and he is perhaps
dead already He must be dead !"
Again it seemed to nun as tnougn some
demon echoed hia words.
The match dropped from hia fingers into
the water. For a little while he crouched on
the wet stones in silence, battling it may be
with the bettor and nobler instincts of hia na
ture. At last, with sudden and abrupt steal thi
neaa, hia hands stole into the breast pocket of
TTeesilian and drew out bia private note-book,
a packet of letters, a few trinkets. He secured
these ameng his own wet garments. Their
possession seemed to give him eonrage, and
hia face hardened, and he knelt beside the
body of hia friend and rifled hia garments of
all that they contained, bestowing ma plunder
on hia own person.
Then he took his own puree, hia note-book,
a few receipts and trifles from tus own pock
eta, and put them in the pockets of Tressilian,
" It it done !" he whispered to himself,
looking with wild defiant eyes through the,
darkness. " No one is banned. He is dead.
If he had lived, he would have provided for
me. As he is dving or dead, I must provide
for myself. This likeneu between ua mil
moke mv fortune. His friends will be spared
a terrible grief, and I I shall live at last 1
Fortune gives me a chance to gain name and
wealth at one lucky stroke 1"
As if to give nimseu no cnance lor repent
ance, he arose to his feet and turned hia
searching glances in an inland direction. A
light, as from a cottage window, glimmering
faintly through the thick haze, caught his
Raising nia vuico, uo caiicu 1UUUJ.
" Help 1 Ho, there, hein !"
The vnud had abated, and his cries rang out
thmnch the nirht with sUrtlinc distinctness.
The light he had seen moved and disappeared.
A minute later, answering cnes reacnea aaw
der's ears, and be heard hasty steps, and saw
the approaching light of a lantern, come aloft
by a man's upraised arm.
"This way!" shouted Lowder. "o are
wrecked on the rooks ! For the love of Heaven,
The bearer of ths lantern, attended by a male
companion, cams running to him, uid was soon
at hia aide. The lantern bearer was a rough
Sicilian fisherman, a grade nbove his class.
His companion was also Sicilian, bnt evidently
of somewhat higher degree. Both were all
excitement, astonishment snd sympathy.
In as few words as possible Lowuer told the
story of the shipwreck, and called attention to
the condition of his noble young employer.
" I think he ia dead!" he aai X, in a choking
voice. "Garry him up to your cabin. Let
everything be done that can be done to save
him. Poor fellow 1 He waa my traveling
companion. I loved him aa if he had been
my brother instead cf only my hired attouu
ant 1 Poor Jasper !"
The two Sicilians lifted the helpless form of
poor young TreHtnlian, and carried it between
them toward their cottage. Jasper Lowder
followed them, bewailinaliis loss. The above
we publish as a specimen chapter ; but
the continuation ot thii Btory will be
found only in the N. Y. Ledger. Ask for
the number dated January 7th, which can be
had at any news office or book-store. If you
are not within reach of a news office, you can
have the Ledger mailed to yon for one year by
sending three tlollars to Robert Bonner, pub
usher, 180 William street. Now York. The
Ledger pays more for original contributions
than-any other periodical in the world. It will
publish none but the very, very best. Its mor
al tone is the nureaL and its circulation the
largest. Everybody who takes it is happier for
Burning of an Indian prince at Florence.
Florence Cor. Cincinnati Gazette.
Yesterday an affair of unusual occur
renco took place, which was no less than
the burning of an Indian prince. His
Highness liaian Alurahaia, ol Ivolapore,
came to Florence for his health, but un
fortunately for him and luckily for those
who had never seen a Buddhist funeral,
he died on the 30th of November. He
was trrince over six Hundred thousand
inhabitants of Hindostan, and was trav
eling with sixteen Indians and four
Englishmen. He left his own country
to travel for the purpose or education
and pleasure. After his death imrae
mediate application was made to the
city authorities for permission
to burn tho body. . After a few
of the inevitable red tape objections
had been smoothed away, the permis
sion was obtained, and a place et the
end of the "Cosine," the park adjoin
ing Florence, was assigned to the
swarthy applicants, on condition that
the ceremony should be conducted by
night, and with the utmost secrecy.
However, the clairvoyant reporters,
correspondents and about live hundred
other persons heard of the affair, and
went to see the show. According to
the Indian religion, the ceremony was
to take place by the side of a running
stream, so that the spot chosen was in
reality at the confluence of the Arno
and the Mugnane. Soon after 2 a. ra.
the body of his Highness arrived.
A pile cf wood had been erected
about six feet long, three wide and
three high. The body was then laid
upon the ground and a plain gold coin
placed in the mouth. He was dressed
in red satin and silk. A long tunic or
toga reached nearly to the knees, while
red stockings and leather boots com
pleted the dress. On his breast there
was an immense number of jewelled
orders, and around his neck there was
a necklace of very large pearls, each
worth a fortune in itself. Our Protest
ant idea is that we cannot carry any
thincr into the next world with na. but
the Indian doctrine seems to differ, for
it requires that the body shall
be burned with many of the
jewels of the "person. His head was
covered by a black and red turban.
The body was then wrapped in a large
sheet of red silk, with quantities of
perfumes, and laid upon the funeral
pile with the feet to the east. The at
tendants then commenced a scries of
unintelligible motions, putting on their
turbans and taking them off bowing
and stretching their anjis in every mi
acinable direction, and repeating num
erous short prayers in Indian, which
will omit for several reasons. I hen
they threw more perfumes on the wood
and much fat. Then they put more
coins on the breast and in the bauds;
then' came more turban shifting, more
prayers and pounds of camphor ; then
sandalwood and fat, interspersed with
gestures; then straw, then wood, then
more fat, then more gestures; then a
short sermon, which I will also omit;
and finally the torches were applied,
and the whole burst into a fierce flame.
At the same moment the plank on
which the body bad been borne was
thrown into the Arno. The Indians
continued to throw perfumes into the
fire during the burning, and to offer
more tj ravers. At 9 a. m. water was
poured on the pile, and the ashes of the
body were religiously collected in a por
celain yase, while all the rest of the ma
terials that remained were thrown into
the river by two Indians who waded
out to the middle. Earth was
then laid over the spot in the shape of
a heart, and little vases of rice were
placed around it. All the Indians then
prayed with their faces turned toward
the earth: after which they went away.
bearing the cinerary urn. The bones
will be thrown into the Ganges, so that
the Prince may enjoy a thousand years
of happiness. Thus the necessary rites
were performed, but if the rnnce had
not been so obliging as to die in Flor
ence, but in his own oountry, the cere
monies would have been most magnifi
cent, accompanied with music, a cow
adorned with flowers, and a host of
more Hindostanee emblems. C.
Apropos of a story told by its New
York correspondent, the Philadelphia
Press makes a capital snctrestion as to
the way in which actors might be iden
tified at DanKs when presenting checks
to De cashed, me story was that Jo.
Jefierson not being able to get the
money on a check drawn to his order,
because nobody knew him, turned to
the teller and said in the tone of Itip
Van Winkle, " If my little dog Schnei
der was here he would know me." The
suggestion is that if the following act
ors should find themselves in a similar
predicament, Mr. Owens need only lay
down his check and say, "Jess so,
Judge ;" Lucille Western rnight cry,
" O God ! O God ! me me che-ilJ. me
che-ild Pauline Markham might put
her foot on the counter; and Edwin
Forrest need only rush into the bank,
seize the teller by the throat and yell
"Liar and slave." No doubt the money
would be instantly forthcoming.
A Sax Fbax Cisco undertaker claims
to have discovered a new method of
preserving the dead human body. By
his process he petrifies it He exhibits
a body that he petrified in July, 1 803,
and it exhibits no signs of decay. When
struck, says the editor of the ilorning
Call, it give out " a ringing, metallic
sound." The color of the flesh is not
changed. All this is very wonderful, if
true, but it is of questionable utility so
far as the human body is concerned.
aJSTCotjoh's akd Colds abb oftus
oveblooked. A continuance for any length of
time causes irritation of the lungs or some
chronio throat disease. "Brown's Bronchial
Trochee" are offered with the fullest confidence
in their efficacy, giving almost invariably sure
and immediate relief.
Owing to the good reputation and popularity
of tbe Troches, many worthless and cheap
imitations are offered, which are good f ir
nothing. Be sure to obtatx the true "Brown's
Bronchial Troches. " Bold everywhere.
ffaf Hcrlbct & Eds all's, leading
wholesale drufreista of the Northwest, corner
Iae street atid Wabash avenue, Chicago.
Mbs. Gates akt Mas. James.
Mrs. Gates. Good morning, Mrs. James.
How rail you are looking; far better than
when I saw you last.
Mrs. James Oh yes; I am much better
than I have been for a long time, and I am
now ou my way for more of my favorite med
cino Plastatio BiTTfcas. One bottle of it
U worth all the doctors in the world. No more
doctors for me.
Mrs. Gates. Nearly every one speaks well
of Plattatios Bittcbs, and I have a mind to
try it myself. The fact is, I have no appetite,
strength or energy for anything. Mary and
Lizz.e are in the same way, and lounge about
the house all day long, good for nothing
Mrs. J.ime?. My word for it, Mrs. Gates,
jnt let them try Plaxtatio9 Brrrxas mode
rately three times a day, and yon will aee a
1ST Sea Moss Fabxnb, from pure Irish
Mose, for Blano Mange, Puddings, Custards,
Creams, Ac ore. The cheapest, healthiest
and most delicious food in the world.
NomuvESTERN Hobsb Nail Co.,
manufacturers of Patent Hammered Horse
Nails. Oaioe 6S West Van Boren Btreet. Fac
tor? 56 to 66 West Van Buren street, corner
Clinton street, Chicago.
CCf" Good at all Tiites. Br. Henry's
Boot and Plant Fills are vegetable, and can be
taken at any and all times without regard to
diet or dim'.
Jeve & Ax mini, Importers and
dealers in Artists' Materials, and leading Fresco
Paintors of the West, U2 and 151 Bouth Clark
for a survortor art trie. WtH f a S.O Mr dar and no risk.
iu you want a altuaUon aa aak Jiaa at or (Dear homa,
to tatrrwiur our now T-strand WMii Wir-ftyp OofA?
a-(km M-Atf tnu law jmcfr. ixm l mi tats eaance.
Simpla free. Ad.lrraa Bdm River Wirt Co., 76 WU-
uun Bt.,n. -,or w uearoara su. Ubkago. in.
rglHE fSECHET OPYOfTH CNTEIXED
JL madicaJ Traatiea of thirty-two paces, aeni pro-
pat:, on ktcwjiv (M (wo lareo-reTjr, po6ie arajopa,
Addross M. B. LA ORIOX. Albany, iN.Y.
GETTING UP CLUBS.
GREAT SAVING to CONSUMERS
Parties minim bow to pt np clubs. Our answor Is
Clio tor rnca List, inu a dob form will aoooenpany 1
with full directions, makina a lanco aawixis to op
on aau rgmancrauTQ u I'tiiD orgamzera.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO
31 and 53 Vesey Street,
PO.BoiMl NEW YORK-
CliapDcd Hands and Face. Sore tins.
X e. Certain Car?, f IrsnsBRSrs CaanBrbmr lee
with t.lvecriDe. sow bi Irruxsuts. Z.c beat b
maa on nceipt oi due ziegriuaji cv ii.l
C0'SOIPTI05, SCROFULA, Ac
lil.t.t..'IA1" lrnalae l llll i.iuk tll
v arraatcd PtUB and to KEST KKMr.Ill in a
TOE BEST IEOX T05IC HEGE
MAN'S FERRATKI) ET.TXIR OA?-BARK.
EMPLOYMENT for AIX.
OA SATaARV RFR UKEK. and aziMi
fia fel ! I A I'Ants fn au.11 rmr natvsr atnri nantnt r1ia
c&rotios. Addraaa H. 8WKKT B CO.. Maraluil Mica
wanted, s&imx i&jsim.
la Tropical Mexico. Finely Illnirntcd. A
frwh, !jctait'ntt and Tuloabla book.
Ad ores w. Hw inaaa. ropuaner, iqacoo, vnux.
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY DAY-BOOX
-THE m."WPIO'V OF THE WHITE
REPtHUC At.AINST THE VOIt-;D.-
i par roar. Adlress "DAY BOOK." Sew York City
every town and
ooonty. a relia
ble jiaui or M'u-nan to act as ieaJ Aent for HrBT.
Wino Befchkr's Grtsat RolUiooa Wk!r- FUrht
Bum bora, witn U vKRIET Beechkb Stowi'i new Htorr.
an 1 a Saprb $S EngraTtna; Grrrs Awat. Man
now ma sua .u w msu per ay ta aw. wmm mtpu
raUJC Adireaa J. B. FORD Fc6..
W rarx Kow, n. y.
YYiAlSTED Rliabl vb to make money to the
Y quiet. For particular and price liat, addreaa f.
x Box Chicago.
rANTED-AOK!9T3(-20pcr to aeU the
CHKVk. Haa the tauUr feud, makea tho MloeA
The bent and cheapest familr Sewlnc Macnlne in
tne marivei. Aaurfm,
t.inVomt nt ansa a.
BoitoB. Maaa PitLivharArb- Pa CbJasxaTtx. or
Buy Ma and I'll Da You Good
ROOT & PLANT
Rt clanTiiaT the Blood and arooalne tha
LtTer and ?H.Tet!reoncane to a healtaj ao
tion, thse Pilla enre many oom plaints which
it would not be suppoaed thev oonld reach,
rtch as HF..vrcHKa Paih e thk tnE.
: NrXBNCSSOPTRX H.irDfl A WD FlIT, DUIX
! NESS, CHILLEvEMS, RHFU H ATTBM. SlXlUL-
I OIA, Iwa OF APrTtTITE, BlLIOFS DTSEM-
tkrt, Kidxet Affect loss, CosanpATioif,
DKBrr-rnr, Kkvebs or All KiNte, Dttspfp
jArSDici and other kindred complaints
arUinar from a low state of tha bodj or ob
structions of t's fnttctiona. Beina; free from
memory or other poieons, thev eaa be takea
at all times and antler all circum it noes .with-
I oat rcrard to diet or bnalnea.
I Prl Centa a Box. PmMnd be tha
uraifoa sieaicine x., ot. jouis, jso.
I Bold by imnitii ana deaiets ia
THE OltE.1T BOOK OF T11E AGE.
Or, N ATTBE RETEALED.
Ileantifnl Color! Illnirrntion. Great Trot
Plainly Revoaied. The Veil Kent Awnder INa-.
turr aa tlie Is. Price oO ota. ir; Oopim maiUd
t rm an rarrm' r Price'. For Book or CircnJars address
fclLaU ISO awana St .New York
I & ponona to saoeessf ally ennTi
m w nj H Premiums wooiferjand receive $4
m j m si rvaJUiam watcn loryoorseic ao
WaWaal aaf Hsm, fVDSIe, WecKiU. DllVlD. O.
I lib ImsamMl
BY YOU. JXLU6TRATEJ-
C JSC, R PtwMi Rawe or TTrr: Tjock" mtot haa a tfck
O Ush suLject been so exqaidtely handled a in this
piquant and pceaUar work. Brim full of choice ooneette.
expressed in line, lit phraie. The doecriprton of the
huatafcr. an J capture of the little "varmint, iees
eeedtmr. crkl and no ex. Styi Cfefxa tnaiua rre am
ml Cf nta. r or dook or circulars, aaor-rsa
TO THE SUFFERIN&.
A recipe for CaniMimprion, Brencfaltis
Achuiaa Sore Tbroal. tScrululaaj Voaftb and
1 ola-u eni iTrea. liiis rectpe 1 diaoorexed while re
Klmx In Brazil aa a tni-elDoary. It cured me of Coo
saio pt ion wtiea all orher means had failed, therefore
j bui ik my uu7 m nwu icso ui .laava bjtj, seu sma wita auw
sunennjr inun inroAc aaa 1-nnjr aisoraera.
Addroas JIKV. WILLIAM fcL NOBTOlf,
8S Bleecker St,. New York City.
Or Ffotr te Tx mr than One Flnndrew
Suinnipp nit i Winrpr nrinkft." at a coat of from
one to tea cents per ealion. Tue best reeeipte for Guv
grr oecr.ttanpborry, urantte aao. Lemoaaoe irrnpa,aa.
wltn volaablo adrieo to Wine, Liquor and Ale Bayers,
Scat free by mail on receipt of price. Twenty-fir oenta.
For books or r 1 rctj 1 rs, a-i!rerw
TUOfS.O'KANK 1 30 Nussibi If. Y.
$25 A WEEK SALARY!
Yonot men wanted as local and trayellns: aaletmes
Dasiaesa iutai ana Donoraoir. i nave no iiumuui
but a really vnI-uMe little machine. Address (with
staunp) R. U.WALKiSR, 44 Park Bow. Row York.
WTFTIA3PS DEPILATORY POWDER.-Re-
flJ moves snpeniuoas hair la nyemianlee. mutum
jajary to the siun. bent by mail for (Ua.
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
Rr-Heres most violent paiozysint In five minute and
euocte a apeody oare. rnce $3 oy null.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colon tho whiskers and hair ft beautiful buck or
brow?. It connlstaof only one preparation.' e oenta
by mait Address & C. V PHAM, iVo. 731 JJe street
PbiiaJelplaAe, Pa. Circulaf aeut free, buia by
HOW TD GET PATENTS
IS rm.LT EX rL ATXRD In Pamphlet of KB Dares
just, iesocd by L1UVN A CO. Park Bow, Hew York.
St CO., Kditers Beientito Amrt
eoM, the best Mechanical Paper in the
world, i 2-j Yf.abs ExrrBtraci:.) have
PATENTS tAkeo .Hare Pate-nte, ami examined
.More Invention, then any other
Ajreury. bond aketon and description
VIT I P.w AI II ! I our luturu paw t u-tuo.
lotto-heo Adtrt, end nhoUHrrapb, with date of
marrisare, sent for 35 cents. S'ate are, color oi eye
and hair, and addres Box SO, Jb.iaie, AUtciiiitan.
everywhere lanre prohta
to sell a little article Mdorsed
by every woman nsinjr H. It
keep the ne Mile from piercina;
the fiajter and thumb while
aewiiuc. With it she sew one
third faster. Sample and irco
lar mailed free on receipt of 3S
cT., or call and examine. I A
TIONAF. FINGER GUARD
OO 777 Broadway, Jf. Y.
rlASCALITY RA.Tf P A It T-wWledoi
arouaed K very quack, humbaiiand swindler in
Amric Is -down' on the STAR SPANtiLFO
HANMbKr9 becenee It ha bownnp" th tricks
and traps of the swiod tins; fraierniry. It areve f) ml.
aiDMol exposures in l;o. Splendid enirnviB FREE
to every subsrobcr. Only 7&eentsBeureaitwhole
year. Anbacribe NOW. end save beioe swindled.
Hporinin, Ac, free for stamp. A.dxeas HIAB
bPAXGLKO BAJiKkS, Uiwdal,II. H.
Agents 1 Head This !
YK wnx PAY A PATaARYOK
v f :
-30 er wrrk and expenses, or allow a lanre
cnmruisuon. IO e'! onr new wanaorrui inrenciona.
i-Mdresa, M. WAGNER A CO., Marshall. Mich.
BARREl OF FLOUR FREE,ot,r.5
snbeertben to mv erest N. York DOUAB MAOAZntB
rot in one daj-I.S0 Kngravina free to all ! On year
for five subscribers. Sample lue beaotilul Sc. Eurra.
vine trsa 1 T. B. Mwu, Msw Brcaswick, M. Jsrssy.
tit-tsl t a rattrsJ Yeaawnss-aas. aaasfAarMB
VaBFiAaaajajataa st a 'm.mlfA." bee aat AT I am. la f
-tB!l aakaw tasK... m aw wvo wi k at atkl -
OftOTNAi, Wa af ik I J twaiawai ta Aa -ha. ) tis
III Itl tm1 as wnmmjmjin J aXTV
Or. l. Walker's California
HTJSDBEDa OF THOUSAXDS 8 TH
6 3 h. tMtimnuT to their Wonderful 3 3
They are not a nit Paaoy Driak
mafls of Poor Ttmn. Whisker, Proof ;
tnirlts and kefujs Liqaora, aoctore!, .
t ph.-oa siMl su-eetenea to ra". i
lonrv ippwuen, o.
Thr-r ant t-in RStlT BI.OOT PCKIFIER and a
LIFE OIVl.N'H riitNCU'l.E, a Jiatrrt Kenovatos
knd Inviguratwr f tru? tvu-m. iw jyrsw c;ui i w
rf Hittus accordimr to amotions and remain tana'
""Kir rNPLAMMATORV m CHIKUfTO PhtUSTA.
TISM and 0UT DYM'KPSIA, or fsl''r'flif;y,j
BILIOUS, ..KM 1 11 1 I ar.l l.l ir it)u 1 J .
FRVFltS niSKAHFH ot te BLOOD. LIVER. KIJ-
r. YS, and BLAD 11111, thest Buurt bav tasua swat
DYSPEPSIA or lNDTOETIon. Uearlacba, Pln
bi tho Shoulder. Conffha. Tightness ot tna CTl.
Dixzioe. bonr Kmctatlons ot tne btomacn, Ban ii
In tha Month. Biik.ua Attacks. Valpitatlon of to
eart. Inflammation of the loots, ram mtoo winwn
1 the KHnevs. and a hundred otiaw painful ymutoma,
are the nff.-urinpi ot fvp;pei.i.
For SKIV iJlSBAStS, Errmtloo". Tetter, Slt
Rhenm. Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pnstules, Polls,
Carbuncles, Ring Worm e'rald Mend, 6ore Eves,
Krvsipelaa, Itrn. scUTTa, luscmnraaina or toe okui,
Mnmnr. .nd Diw. nf i skin, of whatever nsjrm
or nature, are literally dug up and cwrie-J ont of Um
system in aohort time by thetief the Bitter.
nil, lAirt inamwr IT uivw O- :Ur.iMK i '
f ao rnaov tKHisands. are destroTS-1 and removed. .
l)nuoTi'taand Gen. Arent. Ban Kraneiwo,
.ml Mr SI rCTTTV-n HrMt N V.
tt-mtn rty am. imuinnsTS asp HEALEnS
THB PEOPLE'S FAVOEiTS JOUBJJAL.
Tbe ZVXost Xntersstin? Stories
Are always to bs fooad la tha
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
. T PRESENT THERR ARS RTX GREAT HTO
i RIKS mnnlnx thrtTirh eolamnv and at leaat
ONE 6TORY IS BBUL tVfcUY MOSTH.
New snbseiibers are thns snrf ei harina the eom
meneement of a new eoniinned at 017, no soaUer when
ihej anbaoiibe for the
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
V.twh irnmher of the NEW YORK WEEKLY eon-
taina aereral beantltul Ulaatratioaa, dnble the amount
of read i ne matter of any paper of tticlaM. and the
Sketehea. Short Stories, Poema. etc, axe b the abieat
writers of America and Europe. The
NEW YORK WEEKLY
Boee not ootifine tta nsefaln to amusement, bnt pob
liahe areet quantity ol leally Inatrnritiye. matter, ia
tae moat oonoenaea lorm. ids
NEW YORK WEEKLY DEPARTMENTS
Have attained a hia-h reDutation (or their brevttTaeel
leoca and correct ne.!.
TMrLfiAsanr rtKAiin&rn.i srs maae ap oi
the concentrated wtt and hnoior of mur minds.
Tbe KMO-VLEtH.B BOX b conluad tawfolin
formatinn on all manners of subjects.
Tba NEWS ITEMS rive in tbs fewest words th
aaen ootAole doinp. all over the wort -i.
The GOSSIP WITH COBRKSPONnESTS eon tains
uu.cn to enquirer! opoa ail imaainahle subjaols.
ah UnriTalletl literary Paper
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
Faeh txaoe eon tain, from FIGHT TO TR3I SIIOBT
STORIES AND SKtrCOKS, and hU a d-zn
POEMS in addition to the XIX SKRKAi, 6TOKI3
and tba VARIED DEPAiTUii.VTS.
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE
Tbe Terms ta Sabscrflmrs.
Om Yaar-rHncIa Copy T.OO
One VT-F..ur Coolm. (2.S0) 1 (
On Tsar Eight Copies 20.00
Those sendinr tn for s Clnb of EUrht, sit sent at one
time, will be entitled to a copy fro. Getters nn of
Clubs eaa aitarwaxds add sins ooples at 41j0 each.
STREET & SXITn, Proprietors,
So, V5 FULTOX STREET, W. T.
St. Louis Saw Works.
BRANCH, GROOKES & GO.
Mannlactnrers of SPAULDHVGJ3
Pateut Inserted Teeti Saws.
FOB SALK AT TEEIS WAREHOUSES,
A Book for the Millioii.
-BBB--mBk , .Emort hose about
aTTtTiT1 'to marry, on th
mUV4AJi iphywioloeic'il mys-
terresand reveUtions oi the sexual system with tne
latest dAJCoveriea in producina: ani proveauns oa
pilnc, preservinaT the complexion, Ao. -
This is aa interesttnit work of two honored and twenty-four
pare with numerous anjcraTlur, and contain
valuable information for those wno are married or con.
template marrisKe; still it ia a book th.M ooxbt to be
under lock end key. and not laid carciesaiy alwetv the
Bent to any en (free of post go'1 tbe fifty Cents.
Address Or. Butu' IHspenaaxy, Ko. 12 X. Eighth St.
St Lotus, Mo.
Before applyins; to the Dotoctoaa QnaKStho adrer
.iof ire fa ine Ainiriea nnn i. innnnnmr.
aoue paper, or utia any woi.MLriws
peruse Dr. Butte1 work, no matter what your aiaeaee is
or how deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by mail, on
the dH eases mentioned in his works. OiEce, No. V2 N
Klchfh St.. bet. Market ind Chestnat, St. Loai. Mo.
Tbe atms Edition or One Hundred and Fifty Thou
sand copies of Vick's Illrtrated Cntaloerae nt
Keed aad FlertU Guide is published and ready to
desirable Flower and Vegetable. It is eletrantly print
ed on fine tinted paper, illustrated wltn Tare Hun
dred fine Wood irinta aad I wo beeauiui
iani out i Daajrea. ana an r. ajcrari riT oi aimona every
Th TnfYwt. rMirtlful an4 the meet InVrurttTs Floral
Guide publi-ihed. A C.R UAN KUITION paUaiv
ed, in ail other respects similar to tho Engli-ih.
snt fr to avll mv enatomersof ISTtt as npldly as poa
sible, without application. Seat toallotiierswboorder
them tor Tea leal woien m aee nau ut cob.
Addreaa JAM KM TICK,
KsM-bescer, N. Y.
t;ENT WANTEIt-'jaS A MOSTH'bv th;
A.HEIC11A.V ni'rri.'. -tl.l iii-r.t-u
ijSTO.N . M AS3-. or ST UtUi.S. Ml,
CALESMEX WANTED. To Mil roods br Mm
Q pie at wuolesale. W .ill par a salary ot 7.gi to
knski 1 t;.. lii .n.inoaa-., iy.nca. nu
AGENTS WANTED n HT1 'f?
FDR THE HISTORY OF UULT J
PnTTD PIT B7 Pro ENOCH
UnUIXull FOND. D.D.
From Adaaa toth. uiastut day. Lisrht bnsin
men and ladle Tsrwbere Good p:ir. hend for citv
aur:tTL.r.K m asci;ue.tix.
63 Monro St., Chicago, in.
aa W W ajF a w a aaaiaiai " " " " gft I a iqij r TVa-TTa
who ensratr tn ear new befSlneee majje from 3 ta
anc Uisttncuone sen- ire oy mau. """" "
pemDineat. profitJible work, should S'lares at one.
GEORGE ST IN SON A COv. Portiaiid. Main.
TO THB WOR KINO
TO THE WORKTNOCI.A8S. We are
to forniah all elasaes with constant emplfiym-nt at
h., t ri ki.l. nf the tin. nr fitr tha snare moments.
tfoslnes new. urns ana prontaosa. reraoa.
earn rross aoe to ad per STrnlnr. ana a l1"
asm fcy aevotlna their whil tlm to tk
bmnnea. hots and airls asm nearlv a bbcb.wu.
That all who see this notice mat socio Uieir addreaa, ana
toat the business, w. make this uonaralleWi offer: Is
stieh a are not well satisfied, we will send 41 tops J for
th trouble of writinjr. VnO parMeulars. a valuabl
samol which will do to eommene. work om. and a Cory
of Tkt Fntpl I Lt'trarv irii'-iie of the lrr-
and bast family newspapers poiieu '"
. t. AIXES 4 CO- Aususia, Mains).
SPASMODIC A8TH a A Case, of tenyears standing
cursd. Address J. W. BAXLti , Trsmont, Pa.
a . a taAte.cauea
si? wf$:0 sis
xw Toax, Aagust 15th, 1S6A .
Allow ma to call Tom attention to rj FKEPABA'
TIOXOF COMPOCWD EXTBACT BTJCHTJ. Tha
oonrponent parts an BTJCHTJ loss Lbat, CTJBEM
JTOTPEB EERHTrA ' '
Moos ov Buehii, in vacaa. lumV
per harries, by itll""", fnrTn g- Cubaba
extracted by displaoanent vrtth spirits obtained from
Juniper Berries; very btUe sugar is uaed,and a ama2
proportion of spirit. It is more psisUto than an
Bocbu as prepared by DrngiaUjis of a darx eolar.
It at a plant that smlu its fragrance; tlx action of a
nam destroys tola (ita active principle) leaving a dard!
and glutinous decoction. Mine the eolcc ef mgre
dienta. The Bochn in mj prepsrstioa preiVTtntTiates
Tbe sn iTtest qaantlty ot tha other xngrethents are
bs foundnct to bs a Tiactora, as aaada ta Pharnat.
copoea, nor Is it a Syrup and tbaref oro can bs used
to esse where fever and mfianunatlon exist. lathia
you have tha taaowladaa of tbstsgredients sod the
mode of preparatioa. -
Hoping that yon viUfavci kwUb .auisl and taat
upon Inspection it will asset with your approbattou.
with a feeling of prof ound eonfidenea, '
- ' - ' ' I
... I am very respectfully, .
H. T. EELXBOLD,
Chemist aad Druggist of 1 Tsar's fliparienca.
(From the largest Uanufaeturing Chemists ta tha
November 4, ISM.
- I am aeqUAiBtad with Mr J. T. HeJmbokl; haoo.
cnrAed ths Irag Stars opposile my reakVos,and was
successful m eonducting the bnaraeta where others
bad Bot been equally so before him. I bars bona fa
vorablyimpreeaed with his character and suterpriaa.
FItes ef Powers tWeightmsn.MtnnfaotnTtng 0b3
tots, Bintb aad Brown 8ta rtifladelpMa.
II ELi-,1 COLD'S
3 U C H U,
Fcr weatsaaa arlslB( from fodiscretioa. Tba aa
bauated powsrs of Natoro whicbare acoompaniecl Vy
ao many alanobag sriuptoinB, """Tfl which wiU a
found Indlapssition to Etsrtinn, Loss of Memory
WsAsfnlness, Horror of Disesss, or Toavtodraga
evil ; in fact, Universal Laesitad, ProstratioBs aad
inability io enter into tbs enjoyments ot sociesy.
ooco sffected with Organio Weataess,rolrars ths a
of Medietas to strangthen and invigorats tba ayata
wlifchHELilBOIjyS EXTBACT BTJCHTJ mvarmbly
does. If no treatment la submitted to CXwaomptkni
or Insanity ansnea.
Fluid Extract of Bucim
in affecttooa peculiar to Females, la nneQalledJ
any other preparation, aa in CUurosia, or Ttatantion,
PainfnlniTsa. or Siippreasion of Costomary Evacn
atioo,Ocenld or Behirms Bute of TJ terns, and
an complaints rafftdrnital to tba saa, ot tba deoiiaa or
chang of Bf a.
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
iHraliualty r--T'"' from iaa system disss t
arailag frombabita of dibaipation, at little expeaas
Uttla or do cliangs in diet, no raoonvsnienoa or ea
poaare; completely superseding those nnptosssnt and
danjerooa remedies, Copal va and Mereury, la all
Fluid Extract . Buchu
all diseases of those oiwsjsa, whether existing tn mala
or female, from whatever aaoae originating, and so
aasttea-cfamluBgBtariomg. It Is pleasant ia tasks
and oto.'HmmediAt' m acttca, and mora strengths
enrcg tban any of ths prepsratkms of Bark or -Those
sTrfiering from brokan down ordelioste ooa
stitniJoris,procnTe the remedy at once.
The reader must bs aware tbat,however
be the attack ef the above diseases. It la certain
affect the bodily health and mental powers.
All the above diseases reqnire the aid of a dluretio.
HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BTJCHTJ It tts Great
Sold Mj Druggists everywhere.
Price $L25 per Bottle, cr 6 Bottles
for $5.50. Belivereitoanyaddresa
Describe Symptoms ia all commu
H. T, HELMBOLD,
Drag and Cnenical Warehonse,
594 Broadway, New York1
HONE ARE GEIsTJim. unless done
up in steel engraved wrapper, with
lac-simile of my Chemical ware
house, and signed