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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
When We Are Old and Gray.
whan wa are old and gray,
wuirn we are o a and
WhBI m 1-III. ,,.
vi uou n inni jn ...v..
The turmoil of tba Jay t
to the till anft houra of even.
In our llfe'a fair twlllirhl timS
Wa'll look upon (be mora, lova.
(Toon our curly prime.
Thank Hod for all tbe "root dayll
Wa ll wblspnr wnlln wa may,
Whn wo are old and itrny, love,
When wa aro old and fray.
When wa wara youngr and fay, love.
When wa woro yourur ana
When dlfUHiit aoomed fx-oaiiili
And all waa aolilvn May:
Amid our llfo'a oarl atruirgla,
Our true lova mada ua brave,
We thought not of the morrow,
We reulcod not of Hie irrava:
80 far aiwmvd llfo'a dim twilight,
Ho fnr tbe oloao of day,
Wbnn we wore young anit (ray, lore,
Wbon we wore youuir and (ay.
Now we are old and aray, lovo,
Now wo urn old and amy.
Tho nlght-tlde shadows irnthor;
Wa have not long to atay.
The taut aom loaves bava fallen,
Tbe baro bleak branched bendi
rut your dear banda In nilnn, lovo,
Thus, I hint wo'll wait the end.
'Thank Und for all tba frladuoaal"
In poaoof ul hope we'll sav,
Now wo am old and irray, love, "7
Now wo aro old and trriiy.
F. B. Woatberly iu Chriatlan Union.
Mr. John Clifford looked OTr the
walnut find plate-glass railing around
hit "ofllco" In tho corner of tno count
irnr-rwrn of tho Ihtfg nnd H'eeMt
Herald-, Jtwt as a sweot ringing laiigh
from tbe composing-room oppoHite
came to liis oars.
"It's Lesley Lord-that Ih," I'otor
Kuiman, the foreman, said, as lie saw
the look of Inquiry on Mr. Clifford's
face. As prelty a girl afl ever stepped
In shoos, but spoiled and humourod
until she thinks she oan do as she likes."
Mr. Clifford looked through tho open
door he was the now book-keeper,
just entering upon bis duties that morn
"80 that Is Miss Lnrdthe young
lady with tho round white arms and
shining teeth, and tho hair piled in a
cold-colored mass on top of nor lieud f
Well, Furman, she is rather good-look
ing certainly not as handsomo us one
would be lod to think from your descrip
tion." Several hours later, when Mr. Clif
ford whs thinking it was noarly time
for supper, a merry liltln clatter of
boot-liouls sounded on tho floor, coming
towards IiInJoIIIco, and ho looked up to
soe Miss Lesley Iiord standing at tho
dome-shaped opening in front of htm.
"Mr. Clifford," sho said, with
graceful little arch of her prelty eyo
brows "at least, I suppose it is Mr.
Clifford, the now book-koeporP"
"I ara at your service," horospondod,
looking straightforward at tho flushed
dimpled chocks aud littlo while tooth.
"1 would like to have an advance on
Saturday night's pay, if you please."
Tho "if you ploaso" was very much
at variance with the imporiousnoss of
her demand. 1
"You would like an advance?" he
reiterated gravely, somewhat surprised.
Lesley gave a provoked littlo toss of
her head, tapped her glovod iingurs on
tho nlute-glitss shulf. .
"That is what I said, I believo."
"Am I to understand it is the custom
In this ofllco to advance nionoy to the
employes upon all oocftslonaP''
I don't know anything about what
the employes do; I know I always re
ceive an advance when I ask it."
Mr. Clifford closed his day-book
"I think the rulos of the olllco forbid
such a precedent, Miss Lord. Frank,"
to the oiUce-boy busily directing the
mall, "just light up; will you P"
licsley stood perfectly astonished at
the polite yet cavalier treatment she
had received. The idea! This new man
putting on such airs to her the ac
know lodged belle and beauty of the girls
who sot typo in the Herald composing
room. Frank lighted the gas, and Mr. Clif
ford beirau counting the money in tho
. cash-box, whllo Lesloy, in a passion,
stood staring at him.
"You don't intend to let mohave UP"
she said proseutly, in a low indignant
voice that was irresistibly charming
"Certainly not you nor anyone."
And Lesley sent him one look, per
foctly savago with anger.
An hour later, in tho midst of a driv
ing rain-storni, Mr. Clifford stopped
out of the tram-car In a prelty, lonely
suburb of the city, to which ho was an
entire strangor and attijr looking
aliout him several minutes, mm um
brella or overshoes, ho began dimly to
realize that he did not know which of
the half-dozen houses within sight was
tho one whero his now landlady, Mrs.
"A charming position to rind oneself
in," ho thought, as the raiu soaked
through his olothos, and ho discovered
that the mud was disagreeably tinoer
. tain to wado through, espooially in the
"I'll make a boo-line for tho nearest
light," ho docidod, and forthwith ' sot
out for a littlo cot tage, not so appalling
ly far off, where he arrivod in duo tinio,
and, shivering with the cold dampness
of his clothes, he was choorod by the
?rompi oponing ot the door by aplacid
aood oldorly lady, who answorod him
in the choeriost, most unconventional
.i."Ml's; R,80"'"! Why, you won't
think of go ng away up there in such a
storm as this. Come iu, and let me soo
1 J, oan,,t mako vu comfortable for a
While. I've got a boy just about your
age, spmewhore in the West-and if he
should be out in the storm "
Hor mother-love was sweot aud stroryr.
stopnod In, gladly ye, reluctantly.
Tfc WrnHrIMJid7 a?4 drlpplng-I am
John Clifford, nook-keeper at the
' t ' ma ara'and a "ranger In
. His hostess Insisted on his trolnir in
. and In loss than no timo he was twilmr
, decidedly comfortable beside the open
fire, la borrowed slippers and rapidly.
"The new book-koeper of the Herald
, ofllco, I think you said r My nice
works thereand she's boon talklnir
, about the -new man' for a week or i1mZK i" v"oe !?.ou. nd
I bolleve all tbe girls were anxious
to see you, Mr. Clifford."
The kindly lady bustled about to got
: tba supper ready In the little kitchen,
and at tho latest stags of nrocoedinffs.
THK DAILY OAIKO
she took the lamp out
witn ur, wime
she broiled tho ham. .
You won't mind sitting in tno nro-
light a minute or two, I know, woro
poor ious, ana nave w buuuu.uw u
And a second after tho lamp had gone,
and tho savory odor of tho broiling
ham lloatod in to his hungry senso, a
side-door opened, and somebody came
In, bringing a cool rainy fooling with
Her lor it was a gin, m wmurpniu.
"I oamo so near staying at Jenny
Haifa for sunoor. auntio1 would have
stayed only 1 was afraid you'd bo wor
ried about me. We did have so much
to talk about," and a saucy little laugh
rippled through tho dusk, as she
plumped herself down 011 tho tloor to
take off her rubbers. "The now book
keeper oamo, auntie just tho hand
somest fellow, with oh heavenly eyes
and a lovely moustache, but ho is too
moan and hateful for anything to me,
auntie, you wouldn't believe it, would
vou P Well wo irlrls'll punish liinil
We've made a conspiracy between us,
and I'm to make him fall in lovo with
mo I can, I know and then I am to
reject him haughtily, and let
Auntie, have you been in tho cellar all
this time l'vo been talking?"
And as Mm. Cuuimings appeared at
the head of tho cellar stairs, Lesley
Lord picked up the lump and carried it
buck into tho littlo dining-room, while
Mr. Clifford arose from his easy-dialr
as the lamn-li'rht und Lesley's uiiiiizud
looks full upon him simultaneously.
lie inUKlieu as iio oxwihioij hi nanii,
hilt) Lesley, bewildered beyond mea
sure, stood stock-still in the middle of
the room, lump in hand, her check
Tray forgive me. I certainly tint
not mean to be so hiitoful, 1 assure you,
Miss Lord. Won't you allow me to
relieve you of Iho lump P and then
ploaso begin at once the part of tho
programme you are to fill iu tho con
spiracy against mo. 1 can promise you
It will bo tho most agi'i'nabU) to mo."
"1 didn't know you woro hero,"
Lesley stammered hysterically, and then
sho did tho best possible tfdng under
the'eiroiimstancoH laughod heartily.
"I daresay I shall never hour tho lust
of it," she said. "Well, Mr. Clifford,
1 can stand it if you can."
"If you will lot mo, 1 will stay tho re
mainder of tho evening and try," ho
Well, he stayed, and Lesley was most
bewitching, and, after ho had gono
homo, sho wuut to bed and cried her
self to sleep for vory shamo at her
stupid idiotic blunder.
"He will despise mo, I know ho will,"
she sobbed to herself ; ''and ho is just
Hut, instead of despising hor, Mr.
Clifford asked her to marry him six
"I will say 'Yes', just because I like
to bo contrary," sho laughed. "I said
I'd reject you haughtily, and instead
I'll accept you "
She heslitatod with a littlo glanco ul
his handsome faco.
"Itooauso I will not take No for an
answorP" ho suggested, drawing hor
face to his breast.
"Because I do lovo you," was her re
ply, low and sweet.
And that was tho delightful end of
Lesley' Uliio uuunpliooy,
m m '
Death of a Woll-Known Dog
One ol tho roost famous blaik-and
tun tcrriors in this country, Dolly, a
pet of the late John A. Sraull and a
cherished favorito of W. P. Smull, died
recently at tho residenco of tho latter,
aged twenty-one yours. For the pant
vear Dolly lias been deaf and blind, and
I was tenderly cared for by hor master,
L . I I I I.. ..111.
Eared, on which she lay on tho foot of
is bed. Tbe poor brute was takon
with spasms, in which she lay the great
er part of the day, and was watched
until the hour of her death by her kind
hearted master. She was buried on tho
premises of Mr. SmuU's residence with
her pillow, her wraps, her china dish
Twenty years ago Dolly took hor
seat on the desk of the lalo Resident
Clerk of the House, John A. Smull,
where she sat every day tho legislature
was in session until the death of Mr.
Smull. She was a general favorite with
members of the House, oftleors and
pages. When the speaker's gavel fell
at adjournment, Dolly always respond
ed with a gentle bark, and she watched
the proceedings at times us if she real
ly comprehended their import. No
dog that ever lived Iu Pennsylvania re
ceived as many caresses from states
men, politicians, journalists, legisla
tors, warriors and ladies fair. Shu sat
on tho knee of every governor from
1861. Supremo judges did not hesitate
to lay their hands gently oil her boun
tiful head. Mr. Lincoln look lior in his
arms, charmed with hor beauty, und
Gen. Grant had her paw in his hand
frequently. All the great political
leaders of Pennsylvania know Dolly.
She was a general favorito, but flattery
nover spoiled her, because she hud boon
raised to rood manners. Dolly's death
touohod a tender place in tho heart of
her master. Hatrisburg Telegraph.
A large band of Now England spins-
tern aro preparing to go west, aud a
knowledge of that fact is having a
powerful influence in directing the
tido of emigration toward the southern
Got. Tabor's Fortune.
Lieut Gov. Tabor, of Colorado, owns
from 14,000,000 to $8,000,000, all ac-
auired within four years. But his sud
en wealth was procedod by eighteen
yeara of poverty, deprivation, and
struggle for himself and his wife.
They wont West from Maine during
the Pike's oxolloment, spent all
their money, found no gold, and there
after roughed it in border settlements,
working for small wages at first, and
afterward keeping small stores in min
ing camps. In 1877 ho bought, in
uenrer, 2.600 worth of goods for a
Loadvllle store, and tried to induce the
firm to take half of the Little Pittsburg
claim in paymont, but thev meforred
hi ?'a' ..inat niine yiolded
fl.300,000. The original
DTaVh iraLaJt 4m a
prospectors, t i,i- u. Ti
ooversd in the trip. """"""" aiB
BULLETIN : WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUOUST
The Story Teller
A Man Whose "flaat Hold" la the ltalatlnf
"You remember that follow who
wrote what's-its-nameP You know he
rhado some money on one of the
Western railroads; I forgot what thoy
"Well, what of hlmP"
"Why, not long ago he was in
what's that town in Wisconsin P You
"Don't mind tho name of tho town;
what did lie doP"
"What the deuce is the name of that
townP A big politician camo from
there. You know blm. Well, this fel
."Which fellow P"
"1 can't think of his name. It's a
!;ood loko, and I nearly died whnn I
loard it. He'd come up from that big
plantation iu Louisiana, kept by by:
Who's that big banker in St. Louis?
Tho man who built a line of steam
bouts from Keokuk to to I'll think of
the name in a minute the town at the
mouth of you know that rivor in Ar
kansas. Anyway, ho'd come up on the
that road that runs at the west bank
of the Mississippi from that place op
posite Cairo. Consolidated with tno
Cairo and Fulton Koad. What's the
nutno of that line?"
"Don't know. Never was in that
country. What did your man do that
was so funny?"
"Why, he'd come up from that plan
tation on this line to tho town in Wis
consin, and struck for tho that-j-botol
on the corner of Jefterson and that
other street. Namod after a French
man. Strange I can't remember it.
Don't you know the house?"
"Never heard of it Don't know
anything about it. Go on with your
"Well, ho got there and perpetratod
Hie bost pun you over heard on tho
landlords name. The landlord got off
a prelty good tiling on this man's
naino, but I can't remember what it
was. Anyhow, this man asked the
landlord, -why are you like an insur
ance company' but I've forgotten what
it was: 'Why are you like an insurance
company?" Give it up?"
"Yes, I give it up."
"Well, sir, tbe answer is the funniest
thing you evor hoard. It broko me all
ua when I hoard it."
"What is it?"
"Why. if I could remember the name
of the landlord, I'd know it in a mo
ment. Who's that folUw that invented
tho pshaw that machine for making
what'ro thoycallodP You understand,
something about stairrods."
"Never heard of hia."
"It's the same name except the last
syllable. Funny 1 don't catch it"
"Is that all of your rtory?"
"Why, yes. You sot if I could re
member my man's nam?, and tho in
surance company, and the landlord's
name, I'd bust you right open with the
bust thing you ever listenol to. By tbe
way, we liad a little party it our house
last night, and the queerest thing is
that I didn't know I'd forgotton to in
vito you until my wifo asked why you
wnsn't there. Good one on you, wasn't
itP 1 said to that fellow I loaned
twenty-five dollars to on your guaran
tee, what's his name, fat follow ? Novor
paid it, and I wish you could let me
"Don't remember the name; don't
recollect tho circunistancos, and didn't
know you had a wife. I d hoard you
would havo a party, but couldn't re
member the number of vour house. I
should have forgotten to come if you'd
invited me," and the bored man de
parted in dudgeon.
A vast proportion of society is made
of a vacuum iu memory, and some of
thn shining social lights of Brooklyn
will compare pleasantly in conversa
tional ability with the genius here por
trayed. lirooklyn 'ayle.
New Tork Notables.
Dr. Damrosch, the distinguished mu
sical composer, is summering at
Schooley's Mountain, whither he has
gono for retirement as well as hygionio
improvement. Helen Potter, the pop
ular elocutionist, has sailed for Europe,
her success having given her the means
of taking a foreign tour. Col. Fred
erick Cockling is at the Catskllls. He
is a sound Democrat, and honce the
course pursued by his brother Roscoe
is highly gratifying. Vauderbilt visit
ed Sharon Springs recently in hope of
relief from rheumatism. His health is
hardly equal to tho management of an
immense property and the construction
of a palace. The latter is too vast a
work to progress rapidly, and three
years will probably elapse before It will
bo ready for occupation. William is
now GO, and is in circumstances to take
life easy, but tho bible says the abun
dance of the rich will not let him sleep.
Moses Taylor will remain most of the
Summer in the city. The recent ad
vance in Blocks and bonds makes the
old capitalist so happy that he will not
neod much vacation. Ex-Govoruor
Tilden also remains in town, finding
his cool and spacious house more agree
able in hot weather than a crowded
watering-place. Tilden retains a strong
afloction for his native spot (Lebanon)
whero his father, Klain Tilden, kept
store. The reason why he remained a
bachelor has never been roado public,
but it is supposed that, a in the ease of
Irving, there was an early disappoint
mout. N. ir. Letter.
Carsmon have to have protty long
arms when they hug the shore.
A Lady in Luok,
Thoro is no mining country so new
or so far away as not to have its ro
mance. Tho Wood rivor region in
Idaho territory has its. The story, as
told by the Donver Tribune, runs thus:
Among the many prospectors of a
year ago were four young men who
wore rewarded by the discovery of a
valuable mine near Halloy. One of the
young raon had a lady friend, and it
was docidod to name the mine after
her, and tc tlx the -title that in case of
thoir death it should be hers. Last
wintor,' while working upon the claim,
the whole party was buriod beneath a
suow-slido, and now the young lady is
planning what good she will do with
the $65,000 that hu been offered her
for her neat little logacy. The young
lady is a very handsome bruuotte of
fine eduoatlon and charming manners.
Keeping Batter for Home Use,
A lady reader asks bow she shall
manage to preserve the nice June but
ter made from the family cow for use
in the late fall and wintor. At it is
made in small churnings, sho does not
soe how she can keep those small lots
in fine condition for so long a timo.
Our correspondent has, no doubt,
the best possible means at her hand of
doing what she desires. She has some
unused fruit cans quart and two quart
and tbey offer her precisely the
means sho is looking for to preserve
hor butter. When the butter is worked
ready for packing (and this should al
ways be done the day after churning)
let her make a small muslin sack, about
half an inch smaller in diameter, and
of the same depth, as the glass fruit
can sho will uso. Put this muslin Back
Into tho can, and fill it with butter
through tho mouth of the can, using a
small rammer to press in the butter till
tho suck is full up to the neck of the
can. About throe and one-half
pounds may bo put in the sack for a
two-quart can. When tho sack is filled
firmly with butter, fold over tho upper
edges, and plr.ee across the top of the
sack a strip of wood that bus boon
soaked iu brino. This is to koep the
sack from rising to the top of the brine.
Now pour in strongly-saturated brine,
made from buller salt, and fill the jar,
over tho top of the suck, completely
full; now screw on tho cover, air-tight,
and it is prepared for keeping six
months, or a year, as completely as you
may koep fruit put up in the aiimo can.
These cans filled with butter should be
set in a dark box in tho oellor. This
butler may be taken out through tho
nook of tho can with a tablespoon, and
it will bo found as fresh, rosy and de
licious in flavor as when tirst put up.
National Live Stock Journal
What the Director Said.
A Huston rcnortor. while in the ofllco of
tho New York and Boston Despatch fcx-
nrnnH Conmanv. hint a conversation wun
Mr. B. F. Larabco one of tho directors of
the comimnv. who iravo tho iollowinir per
sonal experience : "A littlo over a year ago
I was taken sick. I did not know wliat
tho trouble waa, but I continued to grow
worse, and tnv compluiut balllud the skill
of my doctors. At Inst my symptoms de
veloped into that terrible complaint,
Blight's Disease, which has been pronounc
ed incurable by all physicians. My suffer
ings at Hint time ware unspeakable. I was
bloated from head to foot ; my heart pained
me; my pulse was irregular, and I was tin
ablo to breathe except in short, convulsive
gasps. While suffering thus I learned of
Warner's Safe Kidney anil Liver Cure, and
although I had been given up to die by tho
prominent physicians ot uoston, ana mey
had told niv friends I could not live a
week, I resolved to try tho remedy as a Inst
resort. I am rejoiced to sny it has ellecteu
a perfect euro in my ense, and with many
of niv frinndx. who have boon alllictcd with
kidney troubles, cither of long standing
. a t
or in their acute tonus, anuwiw, unuer my
advice, have used this most wondorful
According to the statistical lanroucK
of tho city of Berlin for 1880, which
deals with tho year 1878, the total cost
of tho poor administration for that yoar
was 7,066.511 marka, or about $1,750,
OOO Koliof in the shape of money waa
given, to 11,354 persons; "nurtura
mnnfiv" was nuid for 5.114 children.
and 46,129 porsons woro treatod in the
Hick and poor-houses. The year-book
states that it is Impossible to give an
exact total of the poor in Berlin, be
cause tho same persons reoccur under
the different headings of the report
It is evident, however, on the wholo,
that tho relative number of paupers to
the remaining population is loss in
Berlin than in London, and less in Lon
don than in Paris, though Berlin is
certainly the poorest of the three great
The charred remains of Capt. Whit,
tuck, formorly of the 82d foot rogimont,
were discovered upon a blazing pile of
fagots in the rear of his mansion, noar
Keynsham, England. Tho lato cap
tain's man-servant, named Wiltshire,
tostified that while he was working in
the grounds that evening he saw tbe
fagots blazing fiercely, and the bdy of
his roaster in tho midst of tbe flames.
Ho could not reach it, owing to tho
heat of the tire and the blinding smoke,
but he summonod the neighbors, and
together thoy succeeded in extinguish
ing tho flames and recovering the body,
which, however, by that time was
burned to a crisp. It was impossible
to determine positively whethor the
captain bad been burned to death or
had killed himself before the flames
roachedhlm; but the evidence rather
favored the formor hypothesis. The
jury, however, recognized the doubt,
and brought In a verdict that deceased
was found deid on a burning pile of
Beer A fleets the Kidneys,
and it may seriously interfere with the
health unless promptly counteracted, and
to this purpose Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure has no equal.
Workers and Wage
Capital invoated in 11,068 manufac
turing establishments in this city dur
ing the past fiscal year amounted to
$157,681,749. The material used cost
(267,043,236, and the product was val
ued at (4:15,422,102. The greatest
number of hands employed at any on?
time was 262,459, of whom 133,998
were malos above the age of 16 yours,
63,482 were females over 15 yours of
age, and 1,373 wore children. Tho to
tal amount paid In wages during the
year was (89,513,024.-. Y. Commer
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"Best nourishing agent we know of."
"Women and children take Malt Bitters."
"Overcomes nervousness and sleeplessness'
"Not s vilo rum bitters"'
"A perfect renovator of exnustod caturo,
"Most successful mcdicino in the world.
Lamm who appreciate elegance and
purity ire using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the boat article sold for restoring gray
hair to its original color and beauty.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Sorenssi of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, t ar and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth equal Rt. Jacom Oil u
a miff, turf, limpl arid rhrap External kumwljr.
A trial entalla but the comparatively trilling outlay
of SO t'enta, and every one aufli'rlnjr alth pain
can have cheap and positive proof of it claims
Direction! In Eleven Laiifruam.
BOLD BT ALL DRD0OI3TS AND DEALEBS IV
A.VOGELER 8c CO.,
JloIMmora, Md V. 0.
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nale Ik Hp hflHt guarantee ol' thi nal Imallon In whlr.h
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FELLOW'S COMPOUND 8YRIT OK
tho invuntur will rvfci to tho medical ueiitlcmcn
wheHU lei torn arn attached herrto
(Extract from a letter.)
Lynn, Mhhd, March 1, 1876.
Meaitra. Fellowa Co., Kt, John, N . II-
ient; I hao pruscrlhed yoiirit'ullowa' IIvpo
phonihlUii), in my practice, for omo hunilrtmn of
patlimta. wheiu it" ime wan Indicated, with finite
satisfactory roaulta, A. I. M7 H I HUH, M. 1).,
l..; South Common at.
K1.BKIIKIK SIMPSON, M.D., of llnilnon, N, Y.,
I nave nen mo ayrup ni iiypnpnnapiiiiwniuiii ny
Mr. Follow In caaea of Coumimption and other
Lull it unci Thrum (1 Incuses, with the IDOdt
....lr..i... ...... I.. ,1
KDW1N CLAY. M !.. of Pimwash. N.8 .. wrltea:
" I know of uo hotter medicine for pernoim (nilfer
Inir from exhaustion of the power ol the llraln and
Nervoiia Hyatem. from hum continued nlmlv.or the
couga allowing Typhoid l ever, Ac, Ac. "
CIUNDLEK C1IANE, of Halifax. N. S., wrltoa:
" I have uiieil It freely In my practice, both tn dla
eaaca of the Chont. aa ('oiimimptlonand Hronrliltla,
ttc, and In Infautilo diaeanea of the prima via, or
blorruch aud Howela, with cmKent anceeaa."
For aalo hy all drugging,
take (jreat pleamiro In n commending to parent
tbu accademy of Mr. Hwithin C. Hhoit llilixe . "
HON. FERNANDO WOOD, 51. C.
Bal l (1H8U) : "1 cheerfully eonacnt to tho 1110 of my
name aa reference. My hoy will return to you for
their fourth yuur after their vacation."
For new Illustrated circular addreaa HWITHIN
C. HUOUTUOliK, A. (., Harvard llnlverally
Graduate, Media, IV, 12 in I lea from l'tilladulplilu.
NOKTI1BIIN TEXAS offer ureal cr attraction
In way of Kood, cheap liiud, healthy rotintrv
Billil climate, abundance of timber and water, di
versity of product, than anv other reiriou now
open to null lemeut. In till rapidlv uuveloplnit
ntction, the Texaa and Pacific Kullway haa Iu
oporation over (W O mile of nad, along which arn
to he had, ai low prlcea and on easy term, mil
lion of acres of good and cheap railroad anil gov
ernment landa, lint recently opened for settlement
For circular and maps, giving iruthfiil Information
address W. 11. AIIKAMS. Land Commlsslonor, T.
A 1. Hallway, Marshall, 'i'exua.
Vnmirr-Moil Learn Telegraphy I Karn $40
I UUUK ilLc" hi Slim a month. (Iradnatea
snaranteea paying olllcei, Address Valentine
Bros., Janesvllle, Wis.
SRawAnaiMaaaMsNrrnw, ". ,'XMhVH'
Slid hr dlr In llrww fwwr (ImiiU. Ilium (. S.V.
iger, Huchu. Mandrake, llillingi. anii many
a fbeat medicines known arecomhined n Paa-
LOI me pch niciiii;in - -
.KRa'aliiMtiaaToNic.iiiioamcii ....ou ..... ...
ried and effective power.,." n,ke "
llllood Purifcr and Liver Kcgtilator ami tb
'BestHeaUfcANtwagin weswrer avei vara
a w S3 L.....i 1. fJaiMlira.i
It cures I)ype-, Rheumatism, NeiralKi,J
Stcsplcuneiui, and all diviwi of the Sumach J
Uowel. Lunu, Liver and Kidney. 1
Medicine ever mndo.andiicntirrlydiflcrrit (ram
' . : - ii . ; . -,LHi'nli. . 1
Ulllr, VMMKcr j it.,iu.m...u u.ra. ' "
rlt never imuxiuuc uuiviirunMiuimciiiienn. ..
Parker's Hair Balsam
'fnnitmwitnoinnrnammni inrnx(v n, r. i .
amiankit hlr n-
Storean Park Military Accadciiy.
The host Hoys' Hoarding Hchool In tin West.
Prepares for College, Hoiimtlfto Hchool a Busi
ness. Location attractive and elevated, tesslon
begins Hnp. is, 1NHI. Hend for catalogue to Capt.
KI) N. KIHIC TALCOTT, 1'rln., Morgan Park,
Cook 'Jo., 111.
DIAERHCRA & DYSENTERY.
Tha moat aatnnlahlnf cures of nysenhry and
IMarraina, both among chllureu and aduU, are
dally roportad hy tha uas of i I
Dixon's Blackberry Oorminati'o,
It appears to be aanvaralsn wrnwly, I
' Hold b all drusaisia ID tea uwwa nwee
La mm 1 i. s
TBS MILD POWER
Humphreys' Eomeopathio Specifics I
Frovod from ample experience an entire I
.ucce.H, hlilipln, I'roiiipl, KlH.'lenl. and I
Helliilile, tliey aro (lie only iiiuUlelOM !
mlupte.l lo popular une.
i.iht HuiNcieAi. no, ciihk. pair
1. Fevers, I ohkhhIIiiii, lurlaniniatlona, . !
3 l in-ill.. Worm Kever Worm Colli;, .an I
a Crying Coiie. or leellilng of InfuuL, il
. IMnrrliea ul 'MiiirHu or aiiiiii.. ..a.:
b. Ilvaenlxrv. (lrliilnR,4Ulloua tuilo. . '
(. CFmlrra iMorliiu, Yiimltlug, .aal
7. Cnuali., Cold, llioneliltl, j
R. Krumlala, InoihHche, Kaeeaehe, .a E
R. lieaitiOM Nick llealtHt'rie.. Verlluo. I
10. hv.neniiln. hlllini. bloni.i'li, .' I
II. Xiiniire.ipd or I'.lllllil Prrluils, . M
VL Nile., too umriiNu PerloilK. . .'Jft an
; i.l ruiui. iiiikii. lonieiui iireiuninK, bh
i 14. Null It Ileum. y.lH)laH, Kriipitiuit, .i'. n
iu ,i,rii,:.i..inl ,. liril UIUI III JUHI., .Al LI
10. Fete rand Vuile, l hill. Kever, Airuel, ft
17. 1'ilea, llllliil or lilce.lliin, . . . . .Wi
19. 1'nlarrh, iietite or chronle; llitlueniia, IK l N
JO. llllOllM I Ollllll, Vlllll'llt (
24. 1.eiieral llelillllv. l'liva'l
JU. llOOIlillU Cuillfll. Vl.lli.nl Cuiuliu rji
14. Ueneral llflillllv, Pliys'l Weiikuoiia, .NI
27. Klilnev Ihsen.e, . . . .
H. Nerniu llelillltv , "nerninti
:n I rlliaryWi'akiieiia.wetiliiK
& lll.ea.e of I lie Heart, Pnlplt
iK the lied, Ml
Itntlnn. 1 m:
ror uie uy uriiKKi"a.orMiiu ny tlin Cane
or. Ingle Vlnl, free of charite, on reeelptof
price. Hend for llr, lliiiiiiilirevs' IPmik on
Itl.ea.e, dir., lilt page.), uUo lllunlroled
Adilreiw, II ii in iih rev' llonieopailile
Mel. Co.. lot) tulluu alt., ftew Vurli.
Dr. S. Silsboo's ExternalPiloHomocly
Give. In.tant relief andl an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILtS.
Bold byDrnggl'tseverywIiere. Price. II .00 per hot
prdndidbyniull. Bamplea lent free to i'ly niclana
6nd sllsufferi'rs.hy P. Nenstaedtcr A Co, Ho KM,
ow i'urkCUy. bolcmauulttetureraof "Anatui.
In pftrfnrtlr pur, Pronoiinri't) t ho bftut by the biKh
est uifttiml nut horitien in uif worU fiivfii highest
WAr'lRt i World') Kiiw-ifnii-, mi'l t I'uii,
Bold Uj iJriiKHiBU. W H HCHarrELlH 4 00 . M T.
limine Per?on Reitoredl
roralf llaia 4brvs lilari. inilyiuri
'curt firr Fitt. HihUiau ami Ntn Afftctimt.
Insalusu If tulwn a. directed. A'o Pitt aJ'Ur
A.f.ii.t.. 'I'i-paiIna .ml av trial bnttlefr:.ta
Vit iiatlpnta, thev paylnR.ipresiuiKe, Bend nami
P. (I. and eiprn.. ad.lreu to Ha. R LINK, nil
Archdu l'btlaudpkla, l'a, SuoriiKipalUrueguU.
ITnrtnnf, f Aovnl. wTltenutek I Territory free.
8enllrely new best .sell Ina aillelesoiil.. Propell
ing lieu. Tor sowing anil ail ninenmrn. e'lim
tnietllde Bash t'ord and a perfect lioorfiprlng.
Tlie P. T. Col led WlroUcltCq..il07th Ave. N. V.
IlEAHOPs'M WIIV THI3
CELLULOID Eys Glasses
AI1E THE BEST.
Because they are the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Optictana and
Jeweler. Made 1 y irENCER OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W A Krrint""An lnUilllRent young man In
v x ii 1 Filf every country town, to take a
permanent local aaeney for the sale of onr teas,
collues, etc., In packages, to consumers. This agen
cy requires no peddling and but a moderate amoant
of soliciting, and If propurly managed will pay
iri.m si) 10 xi,ihi pervenr. rarucmnrs iroe.
Pkoplxh Tka I
. lioxW'itl, Kt, Louis, Mo.
II AQillAILI APIIIEtT All rriuiniaT.
This well-kn(iin prrparatlon I hijhlj recommendaS
fnr Dyaprpala, Ilatadarhe, allctini-ea of tha
HnuM'h. ami ull complaint, nrmnij irom Aridity,
Uillonanew, and nalurlal Fvvcra. II cuola
)h blood and regulate tha bowt.li
BQidicine fnr ehililren.
it u .
MOKS, Ch.ml.ta, 2al BlMcker (street, dew fork.
BQi 1ICIDA Tor CHI ilr.n. PritnAri.fl hv
Pmpari.d by A. KOtiKBlt
SaperlortoKinernl Watert. Seldllta Powders, eta
"DT? A rrrnv'H okganb, 17 stops 5 set
lj VI f 111 Golden Tongue lieeda. only
W'ashlngtou.N. J. ,
RKVISKIl NH.W TKNTAM TSt
Illustrated. Up apest and Heat. Ni-Hk itt Sight.
"W" PICTORIAL BIBLES.
AkdiiIs Wanleil. A. J. HOLM AN & CO., rhilnda
MKTAL TIP IaA9I P WICK i
Pat'd Pre. 7, 1880.
Ulvea a BrlUlant, White and Steady
light, reiire no tr mining, and la.tf for months,
Hample wick lu clx., :i wicks rt., Ii wlrks 7."-cU
pOKtagu paid. Have throe slaes, A. It, and 1.
Agenta wanted. Addre., MKTAL TIP LAMP
W It,'K CO., 711 l'orlJandl St., M . Y.
ical Wark.warr.otwl Ua bt and
eliMpiw.. indianranahln (o evnry
ni.n.mititlml "the Hoi.noaol Ufa
or,8..lf I'mMrr.tjun ;' bonnd in
DiiMt Kreni-h munlln, .mlHaMivl,
steel enirrariiuia, WS prwonik.
tlmin, lima mil. fl.lK .nnt by
send now, Addrasa Pnalmdy Mud.
itthor. A miw and UX.
TMIlttJ THYSFI P l,:'i!'nAttu,'" w. u. par.
, W Bnianchst. Botton.
CUTICl'KA roi niaiipiitly Chits Humors
of tlm Scalji and Skin.
Cutlcura remedlei urn for siilo by all druggists.
Price of Cull.urii. a medli al lelly, small boxes. 50c;
larg boxes )l. t'nllcnra Itesolvent, the new blood
pnrlller, one dollar per Imtllo. '('tttlcura Medicinal
toilet Hoap, .!. Cutlcura Medlolnal IShaviiiR
Koiip, Ifn ts i in Imrs fir ba hers and large consum
er", .Mails Principal dei( , WKKK8 4 POT'l'BK,
IfTAll mailed free on receiptor price
Have you ever "KNOWN'
Any person to bo seriously lit without a weak
stomach or inactive liver or kidneys? Ana when
these i rgansare In good condition do you not Und
thulr possessor iiijoylpg good health? Parker's
(linger 1'ouin always regulates these Important or
cans, and never falls to mnko tho blond rich and
iiure, and tnstrongthiio every part of the system,
it haa cured hundreds of despairing Invalids. Ask
your druggist about It. ' t
a Bi" .