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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Th twlllirht full anil the xhalowa enra
i And hardly a ioutid on (he silence jurt
A I iit and dream whllo the world growl
i In the pallid beauty of moon and atai-a.
And pure and holy end fair your faeo
Comet fl attng- out of the golden ffloom
With a radiant amile and a a-bo-tly grace
And uamolet 4 glory about the room.
Tl t -nder look anil the hvlni light
In the oitrneni doptba or your azure eye
Am here to gladdon inr foul to-night
With the auddon thrlil of a awoet surprise.
V"ur lip have uevor a wonl to lay.
But my heart dlvloos what your thought
And It aoem that the angola far away
Hare aout my darling to comfort tool
A dream porchanool Tot I bold your hand
At In VHiiUhod day that are spent and gono,
Ad I feel your kiaNes and undorctanrt
Hnwtho beautiful love of the Past live on
A the perfume tolls, whon 1 10 flower la dead.
Of something too preclou and sweat to die,
The thought enduro or each word you said
la the awful hour of our lat "good-bye."
We have lost forever t ho oldon time.
We have lost, my durlitig, the hopes wo
And tlio pnth is narrow and hard to climb
To the shining gates that bave olosod on
But love ran lighten the lnnoly way.
And rest I waiting for weary foot;
On the night is dawning an oiidlets day,
And Joy sball come when at lust we meet I
I ww sixteen. Not a very wis 01
rareremi ao, certainly; not an re at
which ono is liable to bo looked upon
ns an oracle (by the members of one's
own family in particular) rather, in
deed, an ape at which one is pretty
well used to being snubbed, more es
pecially when ono makes an attempt at
noing more than usually brilliant
That was the manner in which our
folks treated my flight of genius at
sixteen, anyway, ana I bad got so phil
osophical that 1 really never thought
of minding it.
So whou I announced at the bvcak-faat-tablo
one morning that I had had a
peculiarly vivid dream, it did not sur
prise or offend me that nobody seemed
to care or ottered to yield me even a
polite show of civil attention. Such
gentle amenities of life would appear
too precious to bo wasted on "chits of
lixtcon" in tho bosom of their own fam
ilies. "It wasn't anything wonderful as a
dream," I said; "but it was so clear,
jnd 1 recollect it so vividly just like a
little scene or a picture. '1 here was
jou, Mima dear," (I addressed my in
alid and elder sister, whose atrocious
aanie of Jemima we had snftcnod and
rfhortened into this protty diminutive)
"thoro was you, lying on your couch
mi on your pillows, and beside you
was papa, who had just come in from
a Journey, and who held a locket in
his hand. Ho tried to put it round your
Beck, but you pushed it away. 'I shall
lever live to wear It,' said you, so sad
ly; and then I woke. It was a dart
blue enamel locket with a gold "
"With a gold anchor on the back!"
cried poor Mina, bursting into a pas
ion of tc-ais. "The locket I gave to
toor Walter before he went away! Oh,
.illian!" And thou they all over
whelmed me with reproaches; all but
Mima, who presently managed to say:
"Don't blame hor. She didn't know of
the locket; none of you knew of it, or
ever saw it, and it is very, very strango
that she should have soon it in; a dream,
and see papa restore it to me! All,
Lillian, as well look for my dear, dead
lover himself ! He wore tho locket
next his heart, my dear, and I know it
lies on his dead bosom now, in tho
depths of the cruel sea!"
And then papa opined aloud and
despairingly that I was 4,a hopeloss
idiot;" and mother, soothing poor
Mima, and casting roproaohful looks
nt me, hoped I was "satisfied wfth my
work;" and only two sources ot conso
lation wore left open to mo ilrst, that
Mima drew me to her breast and kissed
my tears away, and, secondly, that at
that very minute tho mail arnved, and
distracted our parents' attention.
Ono bit or seemed to disturb both
papa and our mother very much, and I
noticed, though Mima did not, that
they cast anxious glances in our direc
tion whllo reading it At last, after t
long whispered consultation, papa an
nounced that lie was suddenly sum
moned to Liverpool
1 couldn't keop back a loud cry of
surprise. I was only sixteen, and ac
cording to my own father a hopeless
Idiot, and what did I know about dis
cretion? "Thoro was a journey for
Capa in my dream!" I cried. "And he
rough t tho locket back. How do we
know but be will bring back news
I said no more. Papa aroso, with
something terribly like an oath upon,
Lis lips, and mot hor, seizing mo by the
shoulders, bustled mo out of the room.
Sho acknowledged to mo afterwards,
however, that the letter had brought
later news from tho scene of the wreck
Hie cruel ship wreck in which Mima's
life had gone down with hor lover.
Three weeks ago tho dreadful disastor
had happened, and my sister had boon
very near to death since then, and
could not, even yet, bo said to bo out
of all danger.
uur iiouiu was a very lonely country
house, standing on the sido of a hill,
surrounded by thick woods, and full
five miles distant from tho village. Aa
old-fashioned, rambling piano, built for
sonio eccentric rich man's whim of sol
itudo, and having a bell-to wor, with a
bugo rusty bell In it, by means of
which we could have summoned help
(had the need arisen) from miles away,
bo, t least, papa said. To me look
Ing up at the red-brown old bull, hang
ing voiceless and motionless in its
opnn-Hldtsd house-it seemed diflicult
to believe that the thing had a tongue
. all, or thut iu clamor could arouse
S .IV7"" de ftt a mlnute' notice,
after having hung there, rusting silent
ly, for so many years.
Our family was not a large one
There were my father and mother, J0.
rolma and myself, and thro women
servants, within doors, and the garden
er and his son (a cross old man and a
surly young one) working outside the
houso, and Bleeping over tho stable.
Being newly come to the place, and
not knowing the ncirhbors if, indeed,
irou could call people neighbors who
ive threoor four miles away we found
our summer rcildnnco lonely enough.
It had been mother's intention to make
it pleasant and lively by entertaining a
int of old cilv friends, but the wreck of
THE DAILY 0 A IUO
the Iris,'-1 ana poor Mima's lllnoNs and
grief for the loss of her lover, had made
So we wero lonoly enough, and moth
er wus almost as uneasy as myself at tho
Idea of boing left "without a man in
tho lionso," by papa's sudden cull to
town; the worst of ic was that ho was
certain to bo absont for two nights, at
least, and we kuow littlo of tho gard
ener and his son, and liked thorn even
By papa's advice wo said nothing to
the servants as to how long he would
be away or whore ho was going, and
he, taking a small bag, started on foot
for the high road, where he could iind
a conveyance to tho station. It would
havo been easier and pleasanter for
him to have ridden into the village,
but to do that Jako would havo had to
saddle tho horso for him, and would
necessarily havo known of his depar
ture. We flattered ourselves that, by tho
present arrangement, tlio two men-servants
would never miss him from tho
The night passod peacefully and
quietly enough. I am competent to
make the statcmont, for I doivt think I
closod my oyos, or lost my conscious
ness in sleep, from midnight until long
after morning dawred; a foar a ner
vous dread an indefinable senso of
danger threatening kept mo alert and
Tho first consequence of which was
that I was intolerably sloepy all next
day, and in tho early hours of tho af
ternoon stole away to my own room to
take a nap; just as I reached my own
door, who should I see upon tho stair
case, the upper staircase, as if coming
down from tho top of the house, but
Jake the gardener's boy carrying an
1 stopped a sheer surprise Certain
ly he had no business in tho house that
could take him beyond the kitchens.
"What are y5u doing here?" I demand
ed promptly. He gave me a furtive
glance out of hi? round black eyes, aa
ne Bhuffled past, slipping the knifo into
his pocket, but no word of answer.
I watched him down tho stairs and
out of sight, nnd then went into my
room, full of a strange uneasiness.
Falling asleep at last, as I lay wondor
ing what could have boen his errand
there, tho second of my two dreams
came to me.
A horrible, terrifying dream. It was
night, and there wero robbers in the
room men with lanterns and long
knives, and crnno masks upon their
faces, through which their fierce eyos
glared hideously. It seomed to mo
that, looking from my bed, I saw moth
er on her knees before them, and heard
her boseochiu? tliem, in low tones of
terror, to work their wicked will as
quietly as might be, for poor Mima's
sake. Mima was still slcopiiig.I thought,
in an inner room, and a chill of horror
crept through mo as I roalizod how fa
tal, in her weak and nervous state, tlio
shock of this midnight alarm Blight
prove to my poor sister.
At the same instant I realized some
thing else namely, that no one seemed
to take note of nio, or bo aware of my
presence. Taking advantago of this, I
slipped from the bed and the room un
seen, and away, swiftly and silently,
I was going to tho bcll-towor to ring
tho bell and summon help. In this
vivid dnnn I sccinod to fly up the
dark staircase on the wings of fear;
and lof I was in the bell-tower. I
strut died forth my hand to grasp tho
rope, but 1 ruspe.l a hand instead a
hand with a knife in ill
With a wild shriek of terror I sprang
from the bed to the floor, and awoko.
Almost my first waking thought was of
Jako, as I had seen him coming down,
the upper stairs just now, carrying an
I stood quite still for a few minutes,
trembling, but with a certain resolution
growing in my mind. I had never
Leon up into the bell-towor, and had,
Indeod, a nervous prejudice against tlio
place; but I was going thero now, and
alone, to soe if tho ropo was in order.
I looked out of my window first. Tho
afternoon had wore away while I slopt,
to Judge by tho sun on tlio lawn. It
help were needed from the five miles
distant town, it could not reach us bo
fore nightfall, I thought, nnd who was
to summon it? Out on the lawu stood
Jako and his lather, talking together
aud casting side-glances toward tho
house. I felt an instinctive distrust of
them; yet now, while I could be suro
they wero not spying on me, now was
the timo to invostigato tho condition of
Away I went, up tho seldom-used
stairs, almost as swiftly as in my dream.
Being afternoon, the littlo belfry was,
of course, from its opon sides, bolter
lighted than my own room. Tlmro was
no nood to do more than look in. The
rope was newly cut one short cud
banging high abovo my roach, the rest
lying in a great useless coil on tho floor
underneath the silont boll.
Jwon mother was not disnosod to
laugh at my dreams when I told
hor that Sho was a bravo and sensible
woman, fortunately I don't know
what the fate of cowards might not
havo been and we took counsel to
irether quietly, without lotting Mima
hear a word.
I had to go and bring help from the
village, mere was no other way, and It
was six o'clock whon wo had iiuishod
our consultations; and I must walk
half a mile or more through tho woods
to the highway, and thou tako my
chance of a conveyance to town, in or
der that the moa might not evon bus
poet my departure
Mother called them both to tho baei
of tho houso whllo I slipped awaj
through tho garden. Wo found that
Jako had said something to tho girls
aooui sleeping lusido tho house that
night for thoir protection. Fortunate
ly, mothor was quito equal to the task
of frustrating that design, whon ouce
she know that ho had formed it
She did It admirably. Walking Into
the kitchen at ten o'clock, and finding
him soaM with tho girls, sho protond
od to hear my father calling at tho
gate, and sent Jako out to see; as soon
as he was fairly out of doors she kopt
him thero, by locking tho doors against
1 hat very act, however, showod hor
suspicions, and aroused theirs, so that
tjicy commeneod operations earlier
than they had at first probably Intend
ed. hen I m tiie police arrived at
a little after twelve o'clock, tho houso
was In a statu of aWo. Thoro woro
z: vvisaiMy toiiowj. incuiHive ot out
irardener, aud they had tho masKs,
knives and lanterns of my dream. As
tliu police came upon thorn from bo
hind, without Iholr even si.speeting that
help had becu sent for, thoy woro cap
tured with scarcely a blow.
Whilol found myself, quito sudden
ly, a heroine. I had walkod almost all
tlio way to town, when a gentlonnn
camo along in a dog-cart and to him 1
appealed for help. It happened to bo
Fred Liston, a rich neighbor of ours, as
wo afterwards learned, and together
we set about and accomplished the
Wo accomplished more than that to
gether, with success too. We dated
from that night a mutual affection and
a courtship which culminated in a
wedding a year lator, when I was sweet
Mima went ahead of me though.
Fapa brought homo the blue locket
with tho golden anchor, exactly as I
had seen it in my dream, and of course,
ho brought homo Walter, too, who had
not been drowned, after all, though he
wont terribly near it. And very much
surprised papa was, ami very much
pleasod with mo (I don't think he over
called mo a "hopoloss idiot" again),
whon he heard tho wholo story, ami
aw the fortunate results of my two
Modern Life Treated in the Old-Time Way.
A young girl leaned idly against tho
richly-carved staircase of a mansion on
Warburton avenue, says the Yonker's
A'tUtesiiian, and gajsed languidly into
tho brilliantly-lighted parlor in which
groups of those on whoso chocks tho
bright flush of health was glowing
glided gracefully through the figures of
Tristissima Vere was an only child.
As her name indicated, a groat sorrow
was connected with tho entrance into
a cold, cruel world of this rod-lipped
beauty, whoso nineteenth birthday was
being celebrated by the merry throngs
to whom allusion has been made. On
the night of her birth the young father,
who had looked forward with such ton
dor joy to this crowning point in his
life, had started out hurriedly for the
doctor, and had fallen into a coal-holo.
Tho nurse said it was a bad onion.
Whon Mr. Vere snod the city for twenty-live
thousand dollars damagos and
got a verdict for six cents, ho remem
bered this. Turning sadly away from
tho court house, an old gipsy woman
"Do you know me, W. H. Vere?"
sho hissed, in a low voice, her face
lighting up with a malignant look.
"No, woman, what wouldst thou with
"Forty-seven years ago," muttered
tho eld crone, hoarsely, "your dead
and gone father put ipecac in sonio
molons that were growing in tho back
yard of the Vere mansion. Tho next
day our entire lamuy mrew up ovory
thing wo possessed. I was only a littlo
girl then, but I roiacmber tho cold piti
less smile on the face of your haughty
father as ho rodo by our humble cot
tage, and saw my youngest brother
going to tho drug store for something
to settle his stomach, and swore to bo
rovon2:cd. I have kept my oath. My
son was on the jury that tried your
case, and his vote defeated you. But
do not think my anger is sated. Tho
O'Rourkcs never forgive. Ero another
sun shall havo risen a docp sorrow will
fall on your house. Remember the gip
sy's warning, and tremble."
And with tbeso words the toothless
virago stepped silently around the cor
ner and was lost to sight.
That night the celebration of Trislis
sima's ninetoeth birthday took place.
In the excitement of the event W. H.
Vero thought of nothing but how to
make his guests happy. About eleven
o'clock tho butler approached his mis
tress anil whispered' a few words in her
ear. A frightenod look passod over
her faco, hastily sealing horself on a
fatiteuil she sent a servaut to summon
"Hill,'' she said, hoarsely, "sonio ono
has stolen the icecream."
"Heaven help us!" cried tho grief
stricken man. "Why did I not need
tho gipsy's warning?"
Tho party was a failure, nnd the
Laughty pride of tho Vere family was
humbled. The next morning a littlo
boy brought homo seven empty ice
cream freezers, saying that a dark-visaged
man had handed them to him for
delivery. A '
Tho old gipsy woman disappeared
mysteriously, and was uot heard of for
six months. Al the ond of that timo
she got out of jail.
Bad thoughts, if cherished, blight
virtue, destroy purity, and undermine
tho stablest foundations of character.
Thoy are liko rot in timbe-, liko rust in
iron. They cat into th , man. And
when tho process has gono on for a
while, nnd there con.es the stress of nn
outward teiiipt itior., down they go into
a mass of rum! S'.ips go out to soi, all
brighl witli fresh paint, thoir sails all
spread nnu streamers Hying, and never
come back, never reach port. Why? Thoy
met a storm and went down, because
they were rotten. Under tho paint was
decay! Just so bad thoughts, vile, im
pure thoughts and imaginations, rot
tho manly oak of character, rust the
iron of principle, tduckon all tho stays
of virtue, ami leave tho man, tho wo
man, to tho violonco of temptation,
with no interior of rosorvo power to
wilhstand tho shock. Bad thoughts
fed und fattened are the bottom vice of
The Visalia Dettn, a California pa
per, tolls this: "A young man in tho
neighborhood had taken up ICO acres
of land, built a houso upon it a barn,
bored wells, dug ditches, sown it in
wheat, nnd in all spent hundreds of
dollars unon it It hnnnoncd to be a
dry season and tho crop failed. lie be
came discouraged nnd offered his claim
nt a sacrilicj. A young lady gave him
$100 for his right title and interest In
the land nnd cvorything on it She lot
it He, Sho need do nothing mora. Sho
sold tho insuilioiont crop for hog food.
Tho hogs rootod and scattered it. Tho
Winter rains camo. and with them tho
volunteer crop, which niaturod and has
just boen cut yielding twolvo bushels
per aero on l'JO acres. Sho will clear
at least 1,500, besides having the land
and tho improvement.
Warner's Sufo Kidney and Liver Cure
Table Manners, '
It is not now tho custom, as it utod
(o bo, to wait until every one is helped;
haste or impatience aro out of placo,
but it is proper to eat whenever tho
food is placed before one. One is not
expoctod to ask twice for soup, fish, or
salad, and is seldom helped a second
timo to do crt
Preference for whito or dark moat,
rare or well done, should be expressed
without hesitation, and all food laken
or docllnnd promptly ami in courteous
terms. Well-bred pooplo never handle
ihoglnw, silver or china unnoccKsarily,
or tho food; they never make bread
pills, or drink or speak with food in
their mouths, or leave the table while
eating, or complain of tho dinner.
When tho child is strong enough to
man ago u fork, give him one instead of
a spoon, and whou the dignity of a
knito is arrived at, touch him the usn
of it, and also, when done with tho
knifo and fork, to lay them in close
parallel across the plate, tho handles to
Touch him to uso a spoon properly;
to lay it in tho saucor while ho drinks
his tea noiselessly, (holding tho cup by
tho handle), to leave it in tlio saucer if
the cup is to bo ro-filled, and to placo it
in the empty cup when dono.
Young people should not bo allowed
to flourish their bread in tho air whilo
spreading it with butter; it is to bo laid
on the plate; neither should they sop
tip gravy or soup with lots of bread, or
scrape their plates clean or tilt their
soup platos in order to drain them dry,
or tako tlio moat or bonos with their
lingers. The month should bo careful
ly wiped before drinking, nnd tho glass
or goblet lifted without putting tho lin
gers over tho brim.
" Table manners forbid all unnecessary
clattering of knives and forks. Salt is
taken on the knifo, which is tapped on
tho fore finger of the loft hand, instead
of the fork. The hand is tho proper
medium for removing grape skins and
fruit pits from the mouth to tho plate,
and the napkin should hide all uso of
Vegetables aro generally oaten with
a for it or a spoon. Asparagus may bo
taken in the lingers; water-cresses, cel
ery, radishes and olives tiro always so
catec. Choeso is generally taken with
Economical housewives cover the ta
bic with it square of baize, canton flan
nel, or cloth of some kind, over which
tho linen ono is spread; this improves
tlu appearance, keeps the cloth from
wearing at the edges of tho table, and
However ono may economize in
household labor, good taste aud much
painstaking should govern the appoint
ments of the table and dining-room.
An attractive table is a good appetizer
and has something to do with good be
havior. Human nature is easily affect
ed by tho utmosphoro wi:h which it is
surrounded; children cannot be expect
ed to bohavo well in an hour given ovoi'
to frotfuiness, disorder ami flurry.
Table manners for the housekeeper be
gin in seeing that her table is neat aud
attractive, and calculated to inspire
cheerfulness; from it she should banish
us far as possible, all vexations, cares
nnd worries. t'luru Franri.i.
Perhons who Stand t'lxm Their Feet,
whether men or women, are often troubled
with serious pains and weaknesses in the
back, lions and other parts of the body. It
has been proven beyond a doubt, however,
that Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
is a certain preventive ot these troubles.
Tho Paris Conservatoire is to bo im
proved and enlarged this year at an
expense of about i.VM),000. Several de
sirable houses and lots aro to bo pur
chased next to tlio present building, to
give ample room for a new concert hall,
and additional facilities for teachers
aro to bo thus provided. This institu
tion is one of the most famous in Ku
ropo, and has graduated some of the
most accomplished musicians.
Improvements in progress at Union
college, Schenectady, New York, will
involvo an outlay of $lo,000, and in
cludo a new library building, tho ren
ovation of tho gymnasium, and a now
Choice Extracts from DruggihlH.
''We know tlio value of malt, hops, cnli
ssya and iron composing Malt Bitters."
"Our lady customers highly praisu them."
"I'hyBiciuns prescribe them in this town."
"The largest bottle and best incdicinu"
"Best blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people take Malt Bitters."
"Sure cure tor chills and liver diseases."
Captain (ita.'mr, who has been on an
: tiliiri nrr evtiedition with it hiiiilI 1 uur.
- i r - - - -.
& ; I . .1 i . i
iy in cuiioes, coiiuueieii oy uu Indian
guido, claims to have discovered tho
real source of tho Mississippi in a beau
tiful littlo lako of sparkling wutor
three-quarters of a mile abovo Lako
Itasca, with which it is connected by u
rnpiu. siroani. lirreiutrr "Lako Ulu
zier" may occupy nn honorable posi
tion in the geographies.
- a .
A firm in Albany, N. Y., latoly be
gan to sink an artesian well in order to
obtain water, with which to feed n
boiler. The well has reached a depth
of about eighty foot, and it now throws
out gas, which, when Ignited, flamos
into the air with great violence The
flames aro accompanied by a loud
rumbling, which can bo hoard through
out tho tmilding.
The way people now use tho great bev
erage beer it would bo supposed that
each glass thereof 19 brimful of benefit; it
may ho. But thero Is another liquid of na
tional rnnutiktion. everv bottle of whlrh iu
niiou wuii lmmcnsuraoiu uenein to sum as
need its services. Mr. Edward A, Kcnncy,
Hnn't BoNtou Boer Broworv. Boston. Mn..
.... !. I I,. I rt. .
thus speaks of it: I distributed several
bottles of St Jacobs Oil among thoM of my
men subject to Bcvero pains caused by ex
rtoHiirn to heat and cold, and thev r,.n,rf
1 . - - 1 - j . 1 1 .
flint it never fulls to cure them T n
therefore safely recommend it to all parties
suffering from psins of any kind.
"Likdskv's Blood Searcher" tlio trrcat
medicine for fever and sguo, nulars, and
blood poison. Don't fail to uso it,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Fains
No Preparation on artli equals St. Jacob Oil m
A Kifr,ur,iinplen rlwitp Kxti'iiml kemty.
A trial entail Imt the rumiinrHlivi'ly trilling outlay
of OdM, and every one mifftririK with pain
tan nave cneap ana positive prooi 01 iu ciainu,
Direction! lu Eleven LaiifruaKM,
GOLD BT ALL DRDOOIBTS AND DEALEB8 15
A.VOGEUSR & CO.,
Jialtimoru Jff, V. t.M
TESTIMONIALS TO Jin. FKUOTVS.
AlTe 1)10 uuilerKlunrd cleritymen of the Metlio
T v dirt church in Nova Nrotla having nucd the
preparation Known r t-i iiown-l nmpound r-ymp o
JlyuophoMiMtes. Wt uiilnd bv Mr. .lanira 1. Fcl
lowe, clu'miht, hi .) hn, N. 11., or bitting kiiottu
race h rein ltn tUVrtu vtcru hnu'licial. Mii-ve it
to bo a reliable remedy for the dicea-eg for which It
JAMKSU. llENNKiAH, JulIN McMl.HK.W,
l'refi. of I oiiferenco. Kx-J'n-K. of ('oiiferenre
WM. SAKIiHNT. KIHIIAU ' W. WEDIIAl.L,
clUHM A. AiOllr.l, Al.r.X W. NICHOLSON,
JOHi W. IIDWIK. CUAN'SVMi K .1081.
HTKI'IIEm F. Ill KSTls. HoWI.AN'l) MOKTON",
f""Tlie proprietor ha letter fro.n vaHoiia parti
et me Dominion, the I tnteii Mni.-n ami Iron) r.nt;
land, verifying the bumtiIoiih herein coii'uitied
whtf h will be rhnwn at IiIh olllcu 011 application
They relate to tlio cure of diuau of the luni;.
heart, wtomtuh, etc.
Fcllotva' Coniiioniiil Pt nip of Ilj popliosphiteii
Speedily and permanently i'iireroni;ei"tion of the
luut-'f. iirnnriii'iK. i'oi,kiiiiii1Ioii. ii'TViiiK proMr.t
lion. fhortneM of breath, palpitation of the heart,
trembling ol the hutidH ami liuilip, physical anil
mental leproion, Ioh of appetite, lom' o energy,
Iom of memory, ami will ruptillv improve the
weakened I'iiik tlonn and uranf of the body, which
depend for health upon voluntary and 1 11 v, utiirv
nervoun action, it ads with vmor. uentlciieM and
mintlety, ottltiir to the et(iilte hartuoiiy of It In
t;rcdlente. akin to pure blood ll" !l.
SOU) II Y AI.MItl't.MTS.
NKW ADVKKTISEM KNTS.
TAK15 AM SKl.TZr K APi li 1 1ST iTilV. ?" ufkn
tu itinerer iroin a Multitude nfd wMm. Wo uu
itwor: It will remote from the m-mcim the active
r auH of most ol Ihe ulretnea that flenb la heir to.
It wonl mend a broken I nil), nor cioko a bullei
hole; hut it may be profitably nood in rtomarhlr
dleae. It will do no one any harm, and may do
inuen (jooa. 1 ry ,1 ann kcu il it worn aim your
SOLI) HV ALLPunitllSTS.
11 AVAPIl TAV1 OP ToetA trav
a .41 J Mlemald: -I
take (treat pleasure In p eomiiiuudine to pareutu
tau accaaemy 01 Mr. Mwilliin , ShortlidL'O
HOX.FKRXANDO WOOD.M. C
Said HMHio: "1 cheerfully con-eiit to the tine of my
name an reference My hoy a will return to you for
meir lourtu year utter wieir vacation.
For new illustrated circular addreaa SVFI'J'IIIN
C. S1IOKTUDO)'., A. M.. Ilirviird University
viruouaiu, racQia, i a-, n in ilea troni I'liliadeipnia.
1 TTTTVT',PI li! Arllelea in nna
HUll 1 JMi OMilliomi In un-every-
CTITI? PC lioilv n rholeo. 44-paKn
Ull X IJllt .i, riitubur'ie of other apec.
tiiltlen no 11 1 free. ), M. 11 tinier Mann iiclm lu tin
Clncianall, Ohio, Agent wanted .
77 A YKA M and etpetKca tonp'titf. Outfit
tree. Addreaa 1'. U. t u uery, AtiKUMa.Jlo
VnilllO' Altm Learn Telecrnphyl Karn $10
ltmil- iULJl to ftliHi a month, (irndttat.ea
guaranteed pnyinir otiicca. Addreaa Valentino
llro., Januavlllu, Win.
APVBUTISEItsby addrf Miik (iKf), J. KOW
ELL It CO., lu Spruce direct, New York, can
learn tho exact cont of any proponed line of adver
tialna in Atnerlcun iiewnpnperH. nerinn pa
painphlut l i eta. 1 h
DIARRHOEA & DYSENTERY.
iiol!l?inin"L,w.tulllHl11" r,lr,,, t l'vsentery nnd
Jilarrho'a, both among chlldreu uml adult, uru
dally reported by the use. of '
Dixon'a Blackberry Carminative.
It appear to bo a aovereln remedy.
Cauiia.J,,U du'"l!,u, lu lhu Nulled Htntas and
W. F. DAVIDSON & CO,, Proprietors, Olnolnnatl.
Morgan Turk Military Aecadeiuy.
Tho W Boya' Hoarding School lu tho Went.
Prepare for Collide, Hcluiilillo Hehool or Bunt
hum. Location attractive uml elevated, Heaalon
begin bop. li), 1K81 , Send for catttlnuua toOnpt.
El) N. KIRK TALCOTI, frill., Morgan l'ark,
Cook Co,, III,
Com Jdcu nfiffS
NEW ADVK UTIHE M ENTH ,
TIIE MILD POVEB
1 Humphreys' Homeopathio Speciiici
rroveu irom innn experience an eiiiiM I
pui-em. nii.ii'ir, i rumpi, Mlicieilt. and I
llellahle, (hey are iliu only niiHllulnoi I
m,i,',r,i li, n,,,i.t.( un-,
MKT euiseli'Ai. no. rt'lir.K. mteft.
1. I rrra. I itixri.llon. Iliflaimnnll.,n. , I
i oriiK, t orni I'ever Worm fiille Vi
m Cry in (' lie, or Teething of InfaiiU. I
4. Illarrliea of ( hlblreli or Ailulla, . . x, I
ft Ik. . (..!..!..,. 1)11...... I.- 'TV I
I ilnlera tlor hiiN, A emlliiiLj, . .
J. iiuitll", Cold, lUollehltlH,
t). .Neuriiluln, loolbaeliH. I'lieeuuhe, M
. Headache. Nick Hcadachea. Vrtlvn j.
K II). Ilyaiieimla, lilllou l.tonmeh, . :x
ill. Hiiiiiirr.Ned or I'clnlnl ferloil, :Si
i Vt. bile, too profune I erloda, .
JH 'ronii. i.'oMKh. Mnieult liri'aihltn;, . .X,
Ml. Hull llhriini, Kryalielaa, iTUpliuii,
1 lit KlieoiiiallMiii. llliiMiniiii ie 1 ,.li,u .
Hi. I'ever nnil tune, ( bill Keter, Anne. Si
J 17. I'llen. l:hml or lileedmn, .... . ,f,i)
J I. lioihiin ( imali, vt,,r 111 Couirb. '.So
h. i.i-iierii I'eniuiy, i ii.vn'1 wenkuea. .Ui
!l Kb liev lllaenap, ,m
.N. eii.,ii Ih'hlllit . fpermalfirrhen, U)
l. I rliinrveMkiiea,V,ettlnt'thejd.lO
li. Il!, i,e 11I (lie lli-url, I nl,latliin, l.d
fur nle ny dniKmai,i,rh,-ulby lhu Cane,
or "Innle t lal. free of eliare,., on n-eelpi nf
iirlev. .viiil for Dr. llnoi,lirr ) ' IliHikmi
llUeaae. Ac. ilM rajjini, ulao lllualraled
( alHloane, VWV.r,.
Alldtenrf. flllllltlbrrva Ifmn witnai lif m
Med. Co., I Oil Jrultou 01., Aew urk.
Dr. S. Silsbco's Eztcmal PiloEcaedy
Oiveiltmuntrelict audi nnlntalliMa
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold hyI)mi?iUevrrwhere, I rlee, ntiper bnt
Bre;.tiy iiimI. hainid- Kent If, t 1'liyaiciaii
nn llli'iniT' m,"7 r .seilti,l. rtV ( o BOXSIIK
haw iorkCUy. bluauuuiautureuot"ai4l,'
cllvpni . PrrinoiMir, i til- f-l hf lte.,.n.
r'lui,,. ' ',io!e,rit.en lu llie w,.,l, i, wr, ln-n,
l M 1 !l VI 'A.'rt'l'N I". KHil..,e-. n, 1 I'lr.K t;
H-rt-. .! - ' r acHfrnrt'S '.0 M T
r i''T ,ii lift. I M A .ut i. I'ii 'nurt
V : f r till l iflrftt i a ,1 ,tr ' mot c.
Ii- l 1 ll.l ll Ueli iu dlr- t' d. ." ,li.l5,i',
d . ti'jy .'i '. i twit: a-. rt tKu..ai::j
.teat "', the p,.ipr--n"!. Siiiii.
'J r, u rt'r-fl a'i.rri4 11 I'K. r 1.1 a. y g
..i .riil .... .poU, r. DrtneiiAildrupjuii,
I'ortnn t Airenta wHieqntclr ! Tcrlt " trr.
Hi tun .e l'trelllr t'V. IfoiM, I'r.jn, n-
I .. 1. 11.11. ... u.vlnn ...J Ll n...M... 1.....
I"K Hrlu ,r iH'wtnR and ail n i), eln. llele.
' j.-i'.l .la Ka.'h cord and a rr!--i Iwirfprtrg.
liio V. T.t oU?4 Wire it, ,,t lu,uu1Ui Are. S. f .
CELLULOID Eya Glasses
All 12 tiii: unsx.
Becauae they are the LIGHTEST, IIAD80MIST,
AND STRONGEST known. Bold by Optician and
Jewelar. Made by SPENCER OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W A T V ? ) fAn IfWlllift-nt yonuit n an In
t I ftWJ 1 1 1 1 , every couMry towt.. u take a
perinanert local airenry for the ale of our tea,
rouVe", . tc.,lu parkaitea, to eoinujncra. Thi ai(eD
cy ri)trre mi peddllnc od buta moderate amoant
of ieirltltif, and If properly nianarrd wlij pay
tr.itn 'Jal tt lllliun ..m !.... t
IT'iii Tca I II. r. 6. Roz HrM, M, Louia, Mo.
II IQItlAllI AfUllII AID lEF.IflitillT.
Thi wrll-innwa p-eprtleB ii hirhlT rcfnnimod4
t IMP pala, IletulaM-he, SirLnr nfthm
Pllontarb. a J ail r.,,., ,!,,,!,,,,, r , imia Aridity.
Ulllouanew, a il nmJrlal ftrvrn. li t.U
lu bloud and rreulaua tbn bw,. bill fifftut
oifdicma tut chil.lr-a. Fr.ed by A. BIJOSkU
anS, l'bmit, fo filMckar Mrwl, Kew lork.
laparier to loral Waters, fcVldliti Povaara, eto
SOU ALK BT ALL DUtWUTt,
NKW ADVKKTIMCMKN IN,
I)LM riVIUr S OIKJANS, 17 Stop 5 Set
UlJlV 1 J 1
(olden Tonifito Heed", only
Addr-'a linie F. Ilcatty.
i:i:visi:n nf.w tkmam ts!
lllllKtraleil. ( h apvat and l!et. Sells at Slirlit.
,,,vNS riCTOKJAL BIBLES.
Airent- Wanted. A. .1. IIOI.MAN 4 CO., I'htlada
fllKTA h TIP UkM P WICK I
PatM Dm. 7,1880.
Girui a Brilliant. White and Steady
tight, tetire no irliiimini;, Hiiillat'lf for month.
hample ttuk IUctM.,U wirka it cte., U wick 75ct
pOKtnue paid. Have three aen, A. II. and U.
Acenta ttanted. Addreca. S1KTA1, TIP LAMP
WICK CO., ToCorllandt St.. N. Y.
0l MEOAl AWARDED
Uin A uthor. A dhw and amat UnL
to! Wir.wiUTnud Uu. imt and
elieapiat, tndiaiwiiubia to mmry
mn,ntUJi1 "tb 8ci.no.nf Ufa
orJIf.iri'niwrvaUim ;' bound in
Bnwt rnmch nimlm, umlKwwxl,
1 ull fUlM pp.oont4una baantif ill
bui njrraTiiwa, Jb prmcrip.
tiona, pnoe .inly tlJb am by
KNOW THYSEIT ,dlni'tatt'"T ' w u. par.
CUTKTttA rpnnaiieiitly Cures Humors
ot the Scalp and Skin.
Clltlciir remeille are fnr a.ln lv all di-i.,,,.1.1.
rruu of ( ull.ura. a medl. al jullv, ainall box. . Nic:
larh'j boxec f I. ( utienra HeBolvent, the new blood
purifier, one dollar per hottle. t'utlct,ra Medicinal
toilet Soup, aAr.. Ciillciira Medlrlnal hhavlng
hoap, l.:tB. : lu burs far ha. bem ami Inriie ronanni-
IT. .Vict I'rlne.lHiil ,tel.rt. U liKKK. I'OTTRH.
riTAil mailed free on receipt or price
Havo you ever KNOWN
Any permm to ho oriounly 111 wllhont a woak
Nn,, .1, nr ih.Miua llvar or kldnevKf Ann when
theau 1 ruan aro in good condition do you not find
their poHmKor enJoylnR Rood health f Parker'a
(iliiKor Tonic oltvay ruRUlate thcn Important or
Kan. and never fail to ntako the blood rich and
pure, and (o treni(t lien every part of tlio fystem.
It ha cured hundreds of dp'ialrine Invalid. Ask
your drtiKulHt about it.
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