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O little bird I sin swoet smonii tho le-aves,
hHfe bid from shrbt, beside thy downy nest;
Tha ruin falls, murmuring to tbe drooping
A low refrain, that milt thy rausB host.
Stuff iwent, O blrdl tby recompense draw
Four callow nostltnifS 'neath tho mother's
81 many iMshlnir wlnirs tbst by-snd-by
Will cleave the sunny air. O sltifr, bird, Bin; I
Hlnjr, O my heart! Thr callow nestllnirs sleep
Halt hidden 'neiith irraeloii foldlnK Wmj,
Until the time wuon, from their slum her rte-op,
Tboy wake, and soar lu beauty. Mug, hoart,
OlititoMrJI sing swoet. Though rain may
And thousrh thy callow brood tby cnre require,
1J 'hind the raln-olmid, wltft It trailinir jmll,
Sultiotb imilimineil i tin (rraelnus 10I1I011 lire.
Sinn o'i, 0 bird I nor nf tha cloud take heed;
For thou art heritor of glorious Kprliifr;
And every Hold la sacred to thy need
'X'liu wealth, tbe bonify, thlno. O bIur, bird,
HIiir, 0 my heart I slun on, though ruin may
S;nirn; fur unawares I bo winds will bring
A dr. ft id sunalii'ie to thy ooltnire door,
And arch the, elouda with rainbows. Biwr,
0 bird I nlrifr sweet. What though the tlnio bo
When thou shnlt alt upon that swaying boutb,
With no sweet mate, no nestling by, to hear
Tbu bublilliiff siimk tin in sintt'si to glad tlium
Thy tusk was dono, fulllllod in sweet Bpring
In golden Summor, whon tby brood take
Shalt thou not still have loft a hymn of prnlie,
Uecitusu thy work is over? Slug, bird, liigi
Slnjr, 0 mv heart! What if tby birds have
Thou hadai the. J iy of their awakening,
And tlioiisund iiimuorioJ left thou lor thine
Sing Ibnii, for tusk accomplished. Sltitf.bonrt,
THE MYSTERIOUS WIDOW.
During tho summer of 1811 tho Brit
ish lind laid chihu to all that portion of
tho district of Maine lying et of tho
Penobscot. Shortly before tho arrival
of tho English squadron, Commodore
Samuel Tucker had been sent around
to Penobscot Hay to protect tho Ameri
can coasters, and wbilo tho British
sailed up to Custino he lay at Tlioinus
ton. It was a schooner that the Commodore
commanded, hfit ho was a hoavy one,
well armed nnd manned ; and she cur
ried the true Yankee "grit" upon her
decks, of which the enemy had received
from them rather too many proofs. On
tho morning of tho 28th of August a
messenger was sent down from Belfast
with the intelligence that the British
frigate was coming from Castine to
take him. Tucker knew that the Brit
ish feared him. and also that Sir John
Sherbrooko had offered a largo amount
for his capture.
When tho Commodore received the
intelligence, his vessel was lying atone
of tho low wharves, whore ho would
have to wait two hours for the tide ; but
he hastened to have everything pre
pared to fret her off as soon as possible.,
The schooner's keel was just cleared! .
from the mud, and one of the meu aad
been sent upon tho wharf tocastdtt
tho bowline, when a wagon, drawn by
one horse, came rattling down to tho
spot. Tho driver, a rough-looking
countryman, got out upon the wharf,
and then assisted a midd'e-agod woman
from tho vehicle. Tho lady's first in
quiry was for Commodore Tucker. Ho
was pointed out to her, and she stepped
upon tiie schooner's deck, and ap
"Commodore," she asked, "when do
you sail from hereP"
"We sail right off as soon as possible,
"O, then, I know you will bo kind to
me," the lady urged, in persuasive
tones. "My poor husband died jester
day, and 1 wish to carry his corpse to
Wiscasset, where we belong, and whoro
Lis parent will take iro of it."
"But, my good woman, I sha'n't go
"If you only will land mo at tho
mouth of the Sheepscot, I will aslc no
more. I can easily find a boat there to
take mo up."
"Whoro is tho body?" asked Tucker.
"In tho wagon," returned the lady,
at the same time raising one cornor of
her shawl to wipo away the gathering
tears. "I have a sum of money with
me, ami you shall bo paid for the
"Tut, tut, woman ; it I accommodate
you. there won't bo any pay about it."
Tho kind-heartod old Commodore
was not tho man to refuse a favor, anil
though ho liked not tho bother of taking
tho woman and her strange companl
ment on board, yet ho could not refuse.
Some of the men wore seut upon the
wharf to bring tho body on board. A
long bufl'a'o roho was lifted off by tho
man who drove tho wagon; beneath it
appoared u neat black colli n. Somo
words wero passed by tho seamen as
they wero putting tho coflln on board,
which went to show pretty plainly that
the affair did not exactly suit thorn.
hat It may have boon but prejudieo on
their part, but the seamen should bo al
lowed a prejudice once in a whilo,
whon wo cons ihr tho many stern real
ities they Iwvo to encounter. Ere lonj
tho colli n was placed in tho hold, and
the woman was shown to tho cabiu. In
less than half nn hour tho schooner was
cleat cd from the wharf, and standing
out from tho bay. Tho wind was light
from tho eastward, but Tucker had no
fear of tho fiipato now that buo was
onco out of tho bay.
In tho evening tho lady passenger
camo on deck, and tho Commodore as
sured her that he should bo able to land
her early on tlio next morning. Sho
expressed her gratitude, and remarked
that before sho retired Bhe should like
to look and site that her husband's
corpse was safo. This was. of course,
granted, and one lifted off tho hatch
that sho might go down Into the bold.
"I declare," muttered Daniel Car
f" an old sailor, who was standing at
iho wheel, sho takes on dre'fulM"
"Yes. poor thlngl'1 said Tucker, as
be heard her sobs and groans.
"D'yo notico what'n eye she's gotP''
"No," auid Tucker, "only 'twas
swollen with tears."
"My eyes! but thoy shone, though,
when she stood bore looking at tho
Tucker siullod at tho man's quaint
carnestnoss, and then went down to
Whom tho woman C!imo up from tho
bold, sho looked about tiie deck of the
THE DAILY CAIRO
schooner for a lew omniums, ana uwz.
wont aft. There was something In her
countenance that puzzled Carter. Ho
had been ono of tlioso who objected to
the coflln being brought aboard. Tho
woman's eyes ran over the schooner's
deck with a strange quickness, and
Carter eyed her very sharply. Soon
she went to the tall'rail, and then sho
came and stood by the binnacle again.
"Look out, or you'll jibo the boom,"
uttered tho passenger.
Carter started, and found that the
mainsail was shivering. Ho gave tho
helm a couple of spokes aport, and then
cast his eyes again upon the woman.
"Thank'e, ma'am, said Dan. "Ha,
hold on why, bless my soul, thero's a
bin- spider on your hair. No not
Tho last ejaculation Dan made as he
seemed to pull something from tho
woman's hair, which he threw upon
tho deck with the "ugh" abovo men
tioned. Shortly after tho passongcr went be
low, anil ore long Tucker came on
"Commodore," said Carter, with a
remarkable degree of earnestness in his
mhnner, "is tho 'oinan turned in?''
"I rather think so," said Tucker,
looking at tho compass. "Lookout,
look out, Carter! Why, man alive,
you're two points to the south' aid of
"Blow rue! so I am," said tho man,
bringing in tho helm smartly aport.
"Bui say. didn't you notice any thing
peculiar about the old 'oman?"
"Wliv, Dan. you tecm greatly inter
ested about her."
"So 1 am, Commodore, an' so I am
about tho coffin, too. Wouldn't it bo
well for you and I to overhaul HP"
"Pshaw! you're us scared as a child
in a graveyard!"
"No, not a bit. Just hark a bit.
That 'oman ain't no 'oman."
Tho Commodore pronouncod tho
namo of his salanio majesty in tho most
"It's tho truth, Commodore I pur
tended there was a spider on her hair,
and I rubbed my hand agin' her face.
By Sam Hyde, if it wasn't as rough nnd
bearded as a holy-stone. You see, she
told me as how I'd let the boom jibo if
I didn't look out. I knowed "there was
no 'oman there, and so I tried her.
Call somebody to tho wheel, and lot's
go and look at that collin."
Tho Commodore was thunderstruck
by what he had heard, but, with a calm
prosciico of mind that made him what
he was, ho set coolly to thinking. In a
fow minutes ho called one of tho men
aft to roliove Carter, and then went
down to look after his passenger. Tho
hitter ha I turned in, and seemed to be
sleeping. Turner returned, and took
Carter one side.
"No noise, now, Carter; follow mo,
as i hough nothing had hnppoued."
The two approached the main hatch,
and stooped to raiso it, when Dan's
hand touched a small ball that seemed
to 1 Ave , been Vmned up -nndor tho
.break yfthjs hatct".- ,'
. "UTS a, oau miwimvr .evaa a-r
"V'T&nfB 'uc& it,!JiW.,tTMLhd"get a
Carter sprang to obey, and whon ho
returned a number of the men had
gathered about the. spot. Tho hatch
was raised, and tho Commodoro care,
fully picked up tho ball of twine, and
found that it was mado fast to some
thing below. Ho deseendod to the
hold, and there ho found that tho twine
ran in buiiPfit'i the lid of tho coflln. Ho
had no doubt in his mind now that
there was mischief boxed up below,
and scut Carter for something that
might answer for a screw-driver. Tho
man r,oon returned with a stout knife,
and tho Commodore sot to work. Ho
worked very carefully, keeping a bright
lookout for tho string.
At length tho screws wore out, and
tho lid very carefully lifted from its
"Croat Hoavon!" burst from tho lips
of the Commodoro.
"By Sam Hyde:" dropped like a
thunderclap from tli. tongue of young
"Cod bless you, Dan!" said theCom
motlorc. "1 know'd it," muttorod Dan.
Tho two mon stood for a moment
and gazed into tho collin. There was
no dead man there, hut in placo there
of was material for the death of a score.
Tho collin was lillod with gunpowder
and pitchwood ; upon a light frame
work in tho centro wero arranged four
pistols, all cocked, and the string mmi
tering tho collin from without conrtnu
uieatod with tho triggers of each.
Tho first movement of tho Commo
doro was to call for water, and whon
it was brought he dashed thrco or
four bue.ketfuls into tho infernal con
trivance, aud then ho breathed moro
"No, no," ho uttered, as he leaped
from tho hold. "No, no, my men. Do
nothing rashly; let mo go into the cabiu
Commodoro Tucker strode Into tho
cabin ; walking up to tho bunk where
his passenger lay, and grasping hold
of the female dress, ho dragged its
wearer out upon the floor. Thero was
a sharp resistance, and tho passongcr
drew a pistol, but it was quickly
knocked away; tho gown camo forth
from tho remnants of calico and linen,
The fellow was assured that his whole
plot had been discovered, and at length
lie owned that it had been his plan to
turn out in the courso of tho night and
get hold of the ball of twine ; then ho
intended to havo gono aft, carefully
unwinding the string as ho wont along,
llion to havo got into tho boat, cut the
fulls, and, as iho boat foil into tho wa
ter, he would have pullod smartly up
on the twine.
"And I think you know," he con
tinued, with a wlekod look, "what
would havo followed. All 1 can say Is
that I'm sorry I didn't do it."
It was with much difficulty that tho
Commodoro prevented his mon from
killing tho villain on tho spot, lie
proved to bo one of tho enemy's ofll
cers, and he was to havo a hoavy re
ward if ho succeeded in destroying tho
Commodoro and his crew.
Tlio prisoner was carried on deck,
and lashed to tho maln-rlgglng.
"What a horrid death that vlllalti
tuuant for us!" uttered ( Jai ler.
, "Yes, ho did," said Tucker, with a
"Ho bolongs to tho samo gang that's
,n a r(,b,Ji' nnit burnln tlio poor
folks houses on tho eastern coast," said
"""if !tiv t)V
"Yes," said the Cnnimouutu, v."...
a nervous twitch of the muscles about
A bitter curso from tho prisoner now
broke on tho air, and with clenched list
tho Commodoro wont bolow.
In tho morning, when Tucker camo
on dock, Seguin was in sight upon tho
starboard bow, but whon ho looked for
the prisoaar ho was gono.
"Carter, where's tho villain I lashed
hero last nightP"
"I'm sure I don't know whoro ho is
Commodoro. Perhaps ho jumped over
board." Tho old Commodore looked sternly
in Carter's eyes, and ho saw a twinkle
of satisfaction gleaming there. Ho
hesitated a moment; then ho turnod
away, and muttorod to himself :
"Well, well, I can't blamo them. If
the murderous villain has gono to his
death, he's ouly met a fato which he de
served." Choice Extracts from Drugffists.
"Wo know tho value of malt, hops, cali
saya and iron composing Malt Bitters."
"Our lady customers highly praiso them."
"Physicians prescribe them in this town."
"The largest bottle and beBt medicine-"
"Best blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people tnko Malt Bitters."
"Sure cure lor chills and liver diseases."
In Elysian Fields. '
It is not generally known, I behove,
that tho famous garden known as tlio
Elysian Fields is only a few doors out
of tho beautiful Champs Elysco. Per
haps somo ono will ask, And pray what
is tho Champs Elysee? In reply, I must
say it is Pans, France, tho whole world.
There is no such avenue elsewhere on
the face of the globe, and all so-called
boulevards, no matter where situated,
palo into insignilicaneo when compared
with Elysian Fields of Paris. Every
ono goes into Champs Elysee to talk
about tho races, women, pictures, all
things interesting, excepting politics.
If you want to dismiss politics, just
cross tho river yonder by tho bridge
built from tho stones of the Bastile.and
under tho shadow of the Palais Bour
bon where M. (iamhetta lives, and
the Chambor of Deputies hold their sit
tingsthere enjoy yourself as you
please: but iu the Champs Elysee jft'
hin in I
Sit in tho grand thoroughfare of an
afternoon, and witnoss tho fashionable
folk and sootho (Icmi-inonilninew.tixYn-ing
from their drive in tho Bois do
Boulogne Tho avenue is an immense
inclined cono through which a host of
carriages is constantly ascending or
descending. At tho bottom is tho Placo
do la Concorde, with its many monu
ments and beautiful fountains, and its
lost part of the Egyptian god Osiris,
with the (iarden of the Tuileries for a
background. At the top of tho groat
Aro do Triumphn overlooking every
thing; and behind it the setting sun
shining in amber-colored tint, speaking
to one's heart in a language not easily
translated. Under tho trees the prom
enadcrs aro numerous. Littlo boys
and girls with their nursos surround
the Punch and Judy shows; and,
strange to say, tho while-capped, white
aproned young women in charge are
paying a great doal inoivt " attention to
certain men In army uniform than they
are to tho rising generation intrusted
to their care by hopeful mammas.
All tho iron chairs, at two sous each,
aro let to ladies, who aro resting their
weary bones, or aro watching the de
file of carriages, coloring the panorama
now and again with bits of gossip
about this, that or the other fair occu
pant. On the gravelled tracks Idles
'iitil. walk and watch, just as m ,iy of
tlio benn-mnmlc in tho iron chairs aro
also on the keen lookout for men with
money. All sorts of Parisian comedies
aro playod here, and not to havo visited
tho Elysian Fields is worse than going
to Vonioo and coining away again with
out a rido in a gondola. t'or.tit.Lonis
indigestion and sick headache will yield
readily to Warner's Safo Kidney and Liver
Bclliug Yankee Notions.
"What me Yaukco Notions?" asked
a Tribune reporter, of the head of ono
of the largest houses displaying that
sign in New York.
"Yankee Notions?" he replied. "You
will have to ask mo au easier ono, if
you expect an answer. That til lo in
cludes moro articles than 1 could name
over in a week's time. We supply al
most every branch of trade with a great
mnny things: fancy articles for drug
gists, including toilet soap, face pow
der and patent clothos-brushos; knick
knacks for dry-goods houses, from a
fnncy needlo-caso to a pin or a line
tool hod t omb ; odds and ends for hard
ware dealers, as patent trolling spoons
and llatirons ; fancy articles for milli
ners and furnishing goods houses, from
a hairpin to a patent gartor; many
things for toy and book stores ; match
safes and cigar casos for tobacco deal
ers ; in short, we give to every business
somo of tho innumerable trinkets and
contrivances that are tho results of
"Is i.ot your business, then, difforout
from ot hers in its methods?"
"It Is. And what's moro, each Yan
koo Notion Houso Is different from all
others of its kind, In articles handled
and in methods. Wo nevor can tako
clerks from other businesses or from
other houses in our own trade. We
havo to tako young boys, fresh from
school, and train them to our methods.
I might explain our tricks and methods
to you font month, and you wouldn't
understand them. The gennral publio
has only a hazy idea of our trado, and
wo don't wish it to havo any clearer
knowledge. Wo don't know very much
about tho ways of other llrms, aud wo
don't intend thoy shall know ours. The
trade is ns old as Yankee ingenuity,
ami has grown with tho country, and
beyond it, too."
"Do you export notions?"
"O, yes. Foreigners aro beginning
to Una out that tho Yankoos invent a
thousand and ono convenient little
knick knacks such as thoy novor dreamed
of. We Bend all ruunnor of things to
every country of Europe, to Africa, Asia
and Australia. I expect we will be Bond
ing patent suits to tho Canulbal Islands
Increase and Decrease.
The census shows that the monortion of
voters to tlm nonulalion is 1 in fi 71-100.
Tho proportion of persons troubled with
Kidney and liver disorders hns been alitrnv
ingly increasing, but sinco tho almost uni
versal use of Warner's Safe Kidney and
T ii. ,i .i: :.n.. ,i:.
unwi vuro, uiuau uiauuni't) iiiu nijjiuijr dim
The Great l'rairiei of South America.
Tho provinces of Buenos Ayros aud
Montevideo aro as yot far from boing
overcrowded j but an immigrant will
not faro worse for going further for el
how roem, provided he bo as carof.il to
insure freo and easy communication as
a good general would bo anxious to keep
within reach of his base of operations.
Thero aro rivers in this region navig
able by steam for thousands of miles,
and tho railways, which seem to havo
been providential ly invented to servo
lho purposes of American colonization,
aro already reaching the borders of tho
Grand Chaco, tho (iraiwl'ampa, Pata
gonia, and other great deserts, where
land is to bo had for tho mero asking,
and where tho red Indian has ceased to
he tho bugboar ho was, and cunnot bo
mado to face a brooch-loading rillo.
Tho land is iu th main, an immense
flat, no doubt ; very taro tracts of allu
vial soil, without a tree or p.jbblo; part
of it mere swamps or salt wilderness.
But oven these thousand miles of un
broken level uro ny ithout a peculiar
beauty of thoirf ; their bouudlcss
horizon and awful solitude; the fresh
ness and purity of tho atmosphoro, aud
tho keou enjoymoiit of unlimited free
dom. Nor, apart from intercourse
with his fellow-men, is a man here
crushod by tho souso of utter forlorn
ness, for nothing is more striking than
the teeming life of tho nnimal kingdom
id the pampas -the abundance of game,
tho storks and herons, the owls aud tho
hawks, tho (lights of the wild turkeys
and the flocks of ostriches, to say noth
ing of the ohiquitous pteroptero and
chattering little cardinal ; a multitude
and variety of fowls and brutes namo
less to mo as well as numberless lho
gayoty of whoso plumage nnd fur and
the slraugeuess und wilduoss of whoso
screeches and howls a settler will al
ways and everywhere havo with him,
anil which will only gradually make
room for tho flocks andhor Is. tho bark
ing and bellowing, tho crowing crack
ling of his domestic surroundings.
Life iu t! o prairio is life in tho sad
dle; for the very beggar hero is moun
ted ; and away from trail or tramways,
neither for sex uor ago is thero any
other practicable, or, at least endurable
moans of locomotion than on horse
back ; nnd the horses are fleet and sure
footed, brave as lions, and gentlo nnd
doeilo as cows, and their purchase and
keeping cost lii lie, and their stabling
and shoeing nothing. London Times.
The peoplo of Stevensville, Monta
na, wero preached a rattling good tem
perance leeiiiru ono day recently by
tho hogs of the town. Ihoy got hold
of a lot of "worked" cherries, and in a
little while were in a beastly state of
o - m
The Graze for Bed.
The rage for red shows no signs of
abatemont during the dog days, and
tho hotter the day tho moro turkey-red
and crimson dresses nreto bo seen.
Bold colors and" audacious combina
tions that would havo stamped the
wearer as Insane a fow years ago, now
rule. Evory style and complexion
pleases itself with a raging garment,
and turkey-red cottons that were onco
tolerated as a vagary lit for Mt. Desert,
aro now sent over by French dress
makers covered with ombroidory and
lace ruffles, and combined with every
imaginable color. A bit of red ribbon
on a bluo dress, or blue ribbon on a
rod dross, give sometimes a happy
touch of color, but an overdress of bluo
veiling and a tin key-rod skirt aro glar
ing and angry masses that few can
look on. Hardly any costume escapes
tho touch of red, and what with tho
sashes, tho silk stockings and mits that
go with tho dresses, they aro bound to
bo brightened with it in somo way. A
lato fancy has been the use of tho silk
pompons as hair ornaments. A cre
tonne fan with huge flowers on ono
side, and a plain surface of red Batin
on tho other, mouno l on olive-wood
sticks, is tho great fancy, and such a
ono was waved tho other morning by
lho lady who has tho credit of owning
and wearing tho most diamonds in Sar
atoga. Tho dress of the lady was quite
as ultra fashionable as her fan, consis
ting of a French cretonne, with huge
and brilliant peonies tho size of a dinner-plate,
outlined on a background.
A basque of closely shirrod rod surrah
surmounted tho wonderful peony skirts,
and abundant laeo ruflVs relieved the
costume slightly. Tlio people gazed af
ter tho figure, as well they might, but
tho lady lifted up her expensive dress
and walkod off under tho shade of hot
rod umbrella, wholly unconcerned.
When this envied woman, whoso cos
tumes aro beyond counting, appears in
all her jewels, a quiet little man is soen
to continually shallow her .footsteps,
entering -a room when sho enters, and
following her closely through tho gar
dons, and along lho crowded si roots at
night, To him is confided the lady and
hor jewels.--Sin'iildjii Ia'IIii:
Ono Alabama county has 9,000 peo
plo, no lawyer and ono physician.
Tbe King of Abyssinia,
Johannes appeared about 4,5; his foa
ture wero aquiline and rnulnr, foro
hoad high, noso prominent and straight,
eyes chill)', Ids general presence com
manding, hut au expression of settled
gloom pervaded his countenance, which
bore the frozen look produced by tho
absnnoo of tho softening inlluenco of
smiles; his hair was worn iu tlio na
tlonal maimer, with four partings, and
dubbed in a knot behind; no covering
adorned tho head. A mantle of crim
son satin thrown over his shoulders
partially concealed his undergarment,
which consisted of a lino white linen or
cambric luu'c. It .seemed to
mo that on the whole Jolnnnos had a
right molancholy existonun; ever sus
picioiis of poison, each morsel of food,
or ifobletful of liquid dclinod to tm
royal palate must liixt bn part iken of
by a luster. J eeasod to won
dor at tho clouded brow aud gloomy as
poet which had b.'ou tho most promi
nent features Impressed on mo in the
appoaraneo of Johannes,-! visit to
i..i I mm,
f ijr.lcW r c r.
Keuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Bar and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and hi I other fain
Ko Preparation on (artti equal." St. Jacobs On. J
S $nfr.urr,tiimplr and rhvap KxU;nml Remedy.
A trial i-ntails but tlio ronipurativi-ly tfililnjf outlay
of 50 Crnta, and every one Miftvrliig with pain
tan have flump and partitive proof of its claims.
Iiirectlons Iu Eleven I.ani;unRe.
HOLD B7 ALL DRDOOISTS AND DEALEE8 IN
A.VOGELER & CO.,
ItaUimorn, Sid,, V. B. &
THSTIMiiMALS To I ii. FKUOW.S.
"1 Tp lliiMiiii!i'rij.;ned rlerjf) ne n of thu Mctho
vV dim clitirrh tit Nova Ntott haviae iimd the
prKparaliou known an KellnuH-Cniripoiind Syrup of
liypophiiKphiU'ii, prrpair, il t y .Mr. .luini ). l ii
lo, cliioiiift, ht W'diu, N. H .ur hating known
canon win rein iti i-ITerta were lit'in liciiil, lii lieve it
to lia a rellnlilt' remedy for the dinne fnr which it
JAME8 G. HENNIUAK, JOHN McMCIiRAY,
I'ren. nl t'onfcrijieo. KxTren. nf Conffrenec
WM. SAH'IKNT, lilllllAK'W. WEDHAI.L,
JOHN A. .MOSHCK, ai.i;x. W. NinioJ.sON.
JOH v W. 1IOWIK, I'KANSWK'K
STEI'IIK.N K. llI.KSTls. IioWI.aMi MOliTON,
J.'SThe proprietor pa- letter from varioim parts
d wio uoininmri, the t mien Matec ihj irom biic
land, verifvluft thv aHMTtlwm herein con'alued,
which will he ehown at Ii'h olllr.e. on application.
Thev relate to the cine of ilincu-en nf Hie I'llin,
heart, Mumach, itc
Fellows' ('iiiiipotinil Syrup of H vpiipliiispliit.es.
Speedily and permanently enrem ont'Hioii of the
nint'S. nr'Oicni'iH. roiiHUniptiioi, uervnus prostra
tion, fhortnef of lireath, iiaiiiitutioi! of the heart.
tremhlii'i; of the hand ami HiiiIik, physical and
mental uVpri'HUiun. lors of appetite. Insn'iil energy,
jo oi memory, anil win rupnnv improve the
witakened funi't ion ami orj.'nn ol the hody. wl.ieh
depend for health upon volutitarv nnd Involuntary
iiervou action. It act-, with viL'or. in-'iitletie" anil
subtlety, owim? to the cxtn-lte Imrmuuy of it in-credit-Ma.
akin to pure Mood Hseif.
SOI.!) IIY Al.l, Idil t.l.lM'S.
BAYARD TA YLOR,
take ureal pleasure. In ri commenillia' to parents
tint acratli iny ol Mr. Swlthiij .'. Mior'liik'e ''
HON. KK.KXANDO WOOILM. C
Said (lssn): " clo'erftillv con-'eui. to the use of my
name as reference. My hoys will return lo you for
their fourth year after their vnmii "
Kor new- illii-truii d circular address SWI'I'HIN
MHOHTUIU.K, A. M., Harvard I nivcr-ity
OrHdiiate, Media, l'a I'.' miles from HilUdelphia.
NO IH II f.HN TKXAS ohYrs greater atl-acllim
in way ol tfood. cheap Ininls. healthy country
MilM cliniaiij.nliutHlunie of limlu-r and 'water, di
ve.i'Hltv of products, than anv other region now
.open to seiilemeiii. In this rapidly ili velopinc
aeulioti, Iiiu Texas and I' act fir, ifailway has In
operation over sol miles or road, 11I0111; w Inch are
to he loid, ai low prices and on easy terms, mil
lions nf acres nl'L'ood and cheap railroad and i;ov
eminent luini. hut recently opened for settlement
For circular and nmu,. ul vi rt u 'riithful Information
address W. II. A lilt A MS, I.nnd t'i:;n'-.!ssl(inor, T.
& 1'. Hallway. Marshall, Texas.
Ymititr MMl beam Teierrapliv! Karn $o
I IMlIIw .'1 1,11 to $100 a month. Uradilales
piiaranteed pHylim ollices. Address VaUntine
llros., Jaiii iivllio, Wis
PAAIIMM l"i,f"r ndvert'S-iH. loo page,
Jl Kw FiuhliHiahl rsrfnttis, Pmemnt, Hffmfclmi, but i sir.
(fcild hr dwilsrulii llruv, A frttnry kh,I. Ill.fof JbCft., W. t.
(Jiiiscr, liuchiiMandrako, .Stilluirm and many
of the oest medicines known arc t nmliined in Par-
iotR'sCiiNGRRToNic,iiiloanic.dif:inoof such va-!
Vied and effective powers.ai to make it thcjrreateM.
Hlonil Purilcr and l.iver KcQiiIatorand tlio '
Bent Health A KtronKth Restorer Kvsr Used.!
It cures Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,'
Slecplcncvt, ami all diseases of the Stomach,'
Bowels, l.tiiiRs, l.iver and Kidneys. ',
I Kenicmhcrl '1 hi Tonic is lho Test Family
.Medicine ever made, audi, entirely different from'
flitters, .;injr:r I'lei'.irations, nnd other Tonics, a
it never iiitoxicateshutciiresdriiukcnncss. Noun
genuine wit limit sicn.ioiro of II wax ,V Co., N. Y I
Parker's Hair Balsam
deonouilctl hitr r.
Morgan Park Military Acciulcniy.
Tho best Hoys' Hoarding School in tho Wont.
1'reptires for Colleen, Scientific School or HiihI
ties. Location attractive and clevatutl, Session
henlnsSiip. 1,1, ism. Send for catnlnmie to Capt.
KIJ N. KIRK TALCO'lT, I'rin., Alorijau I'ark,
Cook 'Jo., 111.
DIARRHOEA & DYSENTERY.
Tho most astonishing cures of Dysentery and
Dlarrhiea, both aiiimiK children aud adult, am
dolly reported by the usti of
Dixon's Blackberry Oariniuative.
It appears to ha a sovereign ritniedy,
Holt by all drujjiilsts lu tha United Status and
W. r. DAVIDSON A 00., Proprietors, Olnolnnati.
A M X ; II I '
B"i nil i ihi ritfi
1 THE MILD POWEE
HuuipliroyH' Horaeopathio Specifics
Proved (mil) nmpli, e,erl ine uu eiillrnl
sueeess, Biinioe, l-riiniil, r llleleiil, ntl
llellalile, llie,v aru Hie only jut ,leiiie
adapieo to popular use,
i.isr imsi iiai. Mm, mi a as, ruing
I. I'evers. "iiKetloii, luiliininnitloiis. ,
i onus. V orm hevt i- Woim olio, mSB
a. t'rvlim I Kile, or 'lei ihliiKof Infuun. ''5 'J
4, Hinrrliea of i hlhlren or Ailults, . . flj
It. Dvsenlery. tinimnj, l.llloiisiollc, . A''.
S. t fiitlera Morlins. Vninlllnj, . ;
I. , 1.1111-. , "i'i I'l'nieioii, . . . .
8. ISeiiralvia, 'Inolliuelte, rnnrai'ha, .
9. Ilrailneliea, Kick lleailuehes, VerilKO, tf.
10. Ityaiieit-ln, Ililiotis Moinaeh, . . . x,
I.I, t'riiuii. I'liush.
iJlflleult llri-nlhltiir. . .2'
UU. Nxlt lllieoill
Krvliii as, I'.ruplloilH, .i'.'i
MP A I. II
K It I. ...... u . I' lion mill I,. I nil. .
HI. Kerriiiitl niie.l lull. I ever, Aucs,
il. I'lles. l.liihl or lueeiinu,
Vi, ratitt -rh, acute or elni iiie; tnfliictira,
ctira, nn Ci
Jl. hooniliK t'otiull. vlolenl I nil.
.'I. I.. nei il Oelilllli , I'hvVl e.ikie-k.s, ,.V
'ii, MiTii'V I'lii'imr
J ,ith'U l)eii,ir MxTiuatoi'i hen, 1.")
). I r lis r ,' e ak, lev. V. ,m Iiiik I he K, J. '
Si. Ilisense ol'ilte ll' itil, IVilellminli, l.'i
Kor sale h) itriiKKiil",or si in l,y the I are,
orslllHle Villi, fn t charge, on reeelpt of
orlee. hcml for llr. Miiintilircs' liiniM on
ItUease, ir., 1 1 11 ,uk , uh'o llluslialcd
( sloliiulie, tr'KKK.
A'lOc' lloiiiphravn' lfoinroiniile
Mvii. I u., 101) t uliou Bl iNe.w link.
Br. 5. Silsbo' s E ztcnal Pile Kcmcay
(lives Instant relief andmanlnfalllhin
CURE-FOR AU KINDS OF PILES.,
HfiMhyf)rniriiitSfyerTwliero. I'rtee ll.noperbox
nrHiiJliyiiiHil. S.teipli s sent jr ' lo t'hyslclaii
snd illu(!-r rs.br P Nt uu .'filler li"i StHJL
tew iuri,U,. b.ilc uiiiuiiuvtui-' r cf ' Anatf-u
f - p.-rf' ci'T fun ... rmriouiK-" 1 1 ti u.hi (.v hc h
Pt Iit 'l f ft 'il'H T iluVH ( tt.O W"l J I 111 . tliv
'fX ("ir lnr f-,s-,f'rfj''f!
nVi Oil. li kA
'TuBllm & M.Kvit I i-i..".. C''i.'
S iNTAI I.O.LS If l;.f-l tVr.r't. A'' fU 'lf ' H
i S'rtiav vtr, 'l.-"ll att'i : irti.! !rtt:nrta
rit inie-tii,itiy mi;,i ri, ,-i M-ed nsic.ty
jl'.o.siil eti'Bs a i irrt t.i Iir. i I.N!;,';1
I A .-i L fl. I h v.,; U 4. i 4. iu IO -U Jsj,iUL
.'rmi, f AfTntawr'tce'i'ik'T' r-'ti - fn-
S' Uiin lr im-v. I.i fin-lil: ait!clrii .1. i-ri.eejl
t.K Itella t r i.-..i i p. ' .in. in.:
li-i tll;l f i .1 Cor-t uiul ar-rfeet l-'iHirFprlne
Tie- p. T. oilril VI lojii, ,t.(.o..iv)7tli Ae. i(. V
f UliVHONH AVJIY X11R
API I III Alt
- AiiK tiii: hkst.
Because they are tho LIGHTEST, IIAKDSOSIE:
AKD STnO.NGKST known. Sold by Optician ij
Jeweler Made by SI'ESCER 01TICAL CO., N
W i VT V ) ? An intellli.'fnt yo!iii7 tran
1 1 ; il 1 Tj I every country town, to tak
nermanent local ai'encv for the sale of our t
coffee, ntcln pai kairv. to coTisumer. Thl ii
cv rerUtp'S uo peililhnii ami bin a moderate amo
of soiiettlni;. and If properly maiiaced will
Irom S 'no lo Sl.(t per n i.r. I'Hrtirunirs free.
I'koi-i.ss Tha C O . 1'. U. Uox "'X, hi, I.ouls.Mo
AS AGRtlABir AKRIIIT All SIISIGIIAST.
Thl well-knowa j repftrslien is ht,?My recimmno1
f'T lt;sepsia, IleadjM-ue, Mc lVnefri
Sil4llAUWb. aiej..:; i ' '.!' UuiUiir nine Irian Arid)
HilJjouuirwt, it-i t SlnlHrlBl Fever. Il f
tlt bltssi Mi,(t rsc'ilal,- lh lv,,wri-ls. It U a fsri
Difdicin for cbil-lri'a. i'reptri-'! A. hOUE!
fo.VH, chtmislt, 1 tilswkvr aut, Xew York.
Superior to Winer 1 Waters, Siddllht Powders, a
NKVr A Ii VFK'1 1SK)I KNTS.
r S Ol.'t; ANS, 17 Slops 5
inlllell ToilSli" Iffl'd. Ii
fsri Andrei's lut.iel I' Ilea
KKVISKH KW ri.yi AM 's
Illilitrttcil. ( h ai .si and llest. Si at Sit
Airepts Wanted. A. .1. HOI MAN A ft)., I'hi'
11 KTAL Til I.A.1I P Wlt'K
I'atM Ier. 7. 1SSO.
tiitea a Brilliant, WWto and Steady
linlit, teipres no tr iiiiiiiiiu', anil iaslf for tnoin
Sainpie wick lo i ts , wicks '.') cs., wicks V.'
tiosLiiee l.aiil. Il.i(! Ihrii. Hiy.-s. V U tun!
AifentN wanted. Address, MKTAl. 'Ill' LA.l
If K t.().,7ol oilliinilt St.. N. V
the Anthor. AAMWaniltfrMjU. Me i
Ii-jiI Work,wrrnlei1 Him iKWtarJ
""'num. tnnisiwn.'yililB Ut eve;
nian,itititlnl "t,)i Hctanrnnf Ia
or.Hoir Presnryntieii ;" hmind
fimwl, l-'renrh nninhn.nnilsiM.
lull Jtill'MI lin.cimijiina Iwsuttl
fl enirrartnirs, IJfc pnnortj
. lions, pnre .inly HI.3& sunt tl
' mill: llltlstrsUsiMmiil.i Rm.nU
Anil miK RHIlvM I'n.l .m, m.u
ikituii uiuuui.h.iNu.4UuinncUst. llooUi
in UU 1 H xl I P '.' "' nsiniiMMir it. w. ii -a l
CrTICl'ltA rcrniiiiiciitlv Cures liuiiio
( tiliciiia remedies are for sale lev all driiculs
Price of ('iilitui'ii. a lneilh nl lellv. kiiiiiII boxes, fs
I Hiiro boxes gl, CuOtuia Itesolveiit. lite new hUi
purifier, one dollar per bottle. Cuticiira Jledicla
loin l .oap, c, rullcitni .Mciiicinai fiiavi
Scmiji. l.Vls.j In bars fr ha hers and laru'i' rot an
m, wmk 1 riticlpiil ili'iH i, w iihh. poi i r
r-All mailed free on receipt of price
Have you ever KNOWl
Any person to b seriously 111 without a we,
stoiuach or luactlvo liver or kidneys Ann wh
lliesi) . rgansaro lu irood cornlltluii do you not fl
their possessor eijoylni? ood health? 1 urke
tilncer Tonic always reflate theso Importaut i
ians. ami never fails to make the blood rich a
ptiru.and to atreniithcii every part of the systei
ltbascuredhtiudredsof dessolrliiK Invalid. A
your druuiiisl about it.
m II. finppresseil or I'ninliil Perloda,
U II Whiles, too iirofiixi) I'ertoili,, . :i',ti