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In mist nml jrloom tho dn.vlljrlit swiftly dies.
The clly lumps shiuo out iibi'iir tho 'rert;
No vesper (rlory charms tho weuiry i-yps;
No If" fv in unn unt make the rl'Minlii(rwt'ot
hAb, uifi tho tramjull evening hmun," fhe
"Amid tbo rushe by tbe riverside!
"Tho busy feet fiirrvor oouio and ro;
The sou ids of woik nml strife iirenover Still.
0. fur tho tmowv iii-toron, tmwn and low,
The sirawliei-rv blossom hiiiI the ditffodill
how poiieci'nlly tho mellow unlilno died
Amid the rushes by Iho rivcrsidel
"I lovod the lull iiaild those roody shades,
At sunrise or nt minsot trav hiiiI liuhl;
Tbe sonir of wider ana the hnitrh of timid
C'nmo biirk to mo In happy iIivhitim nt nlirht.
0 biowMMl noun I when, I rum cure mid prldn,
' 1 bound tho rushes by the rt versido. I
"This is no dwelliniM.laoe for henna like mi"t
Henrt. that are bom foi freedom and for
Ab, mnl to son tbe mnrnhy meadow shine
In tho low sutiliirht or tho saffron west I -
1 will uii home to ttud my poneo," sbo oried,
"Amid tho rushes by the rlvm'sldol"
Bicycle Exercise. '
Mr. tMooiendyk Purchases a Machine
' anil Makes h Mile Minute.
'Now, my dear," said Mr. Spoopen
dyke.. hurrying up to his wife's room,
"if you'll coma down in tho yard I've
got a pleasant surprise for you." .
"What is it?" asked Mrs. Spoopon.
dyko,"whnt have you got, a horse?"
. "Guess again," grinned Mr. Spoo-
Eendyke. "It's something like a
"I know! It's a new parlor carpet.
That's what It is!", , ,.
"No, It isn't, either. . I sidd it's
something like a horse; that Is, it goes
when you make it. Guess again."
"Is it paint for the kitchen wallsP"
asked Mrs. . Spoopcndyke, innocently.
"No it ain't, and it ain't a hogshead
of 6tove bhckiug, noritaint a sot of
dining-room furniture nor it ain't sev
en gross of stationary washtuhs. . Now
"Then it must bo some lace curtains
for the sitting-room windows. Isn't
that Just splendid?" and Mrs. Spoo
pendyko putted her husband on both
cheeks and danced up and down with
"It's a bicyclo, that's what it is!"
growled Mr. Spoopendyke. "I bought
it for exercise and I'm going to rido it
Come down and seo mo."
"Well, ain't I glad," ejaculated
Mrs. Spoopendyke. "You ought to
have more exercise, and if there's ex
ercise in anything it's in a bicycle. Do
let's see it!
Mr. Spoopondyke conducted his wife
to the yard and descanted at length on
tho merits of the machine.
"In a fow weeks I'll bo ablo to make
a mile a minute," he said, as ho stead
ied the apparatus against tho clothes
poot umi pi eRorod o mount. "Now,
you watch me go to tho end of this
He got a foot into one treadle and
went head first into a flower patch,
the machine on top with a prodigious
"Hadn't you better tie it up to the
post until you get on?" suggested Mrs.
"Leave mo alone, will ye?" demand
ed Mr. Spoopendyke, struggling to an
even keel. "I'm doing most o' this
myself. Now you hold on and keep
your mouih shut. It takes a little prac
tice, that's all." . .
Mr. . Spoopendyke mounted again
and scuttled along four or tivo fact and
flopped over on the prass plat.
"That's splendid!" commended his
wife. "You ve got tho idea already.
Let mo hold it for you this time."
"H you've got any extra strength
you hold your , tongue, will yer?"
growled Mr. Spoopouuyka. "It don't
want any holding It ain't alive.
Stainl back and give mo room, now."
Tho third trial Mr. Spoopendyke
ambled to the end of tho path and
went dowu all in a houp aiuoug the
"That's just too lovely for anything!"
proclaimed Mrs. Spoopendyke. "You
made nioru'n a mile a minute that
"Come, and tako it off!" roared Mr.
Spoopondyke. "llolpmoup! Mast the
bicycle!" and tlio worthy ccntleman
struggled and plunged around like a
wbale in shallow water.
Mrs. Spoopendyke assisted in right
ing him mid brushed him off.
"I know where you made your mis
take," said she. "Tho litllo wheel
ought to go first' like a buggy. Try it
Mat way going back.
"Maybe you can ride this bicycle
better than I cam-' howled Mr. Spoo
pendyke. "You know all about whoels!
What you coed now is a lantern in
your mouth aud ton minutes bohind
time to ho the City Hall clock! Don't
you kuo tho t:g wheel has got to go
first r .
"Yes, dear," murmured Mis. Spoo
pondyke, "but I thought if you prac
ticed with tho little wheel at first, you
wouldu't liav so far to fall."
"Who foil?" demanded Mr. Spoo
pondyke. Didn't you son me stop offP
I trinped; that's all. Now you, just
watch luti go back."
Once more Mr. Spoopendystartod
In, but tho big wheel turned around
ud looked him in tho faco, aud then
bejian to staler.
dykek oul! 8,lUCttle(i Ml'8- Spoopon.
spoopondyke wrenched awav
wi ,vud 8lrK2ld but it was of
no avail. Down lm ,.nmn ...a i.i
cyclo was a hopoloss wreck.
"W hat'd ye want to . yell for?" he
hrieked. "Couldn't yo keep vour
mouth shut? .What d'yo, think are
. anyhow, foghorn? Dod gMtthemeatt.
ly bicycle!" and Mr. Spoopendyke hit
it & kick that folded him up like a bolt
"Never mind, my . dear," counsolod
Mrs. Sixjopendyko.Tm afraid the ex-
erciae was too violent, anyway, nd I'm
wner giaa you nroke it."
"I s'poae so," snorted Mr. Spoopen
dvko. "There's 100 irono."
' '.'an'i worry, love. Hi iri wnbow
THE DAILY CAIRO
tno carpets and curtains, and tho paint
will do well in tho kitchen. Let mo
rub you with arnioa."
But Mr. Spoopendyke was too deeply
grieved by his wife's conduct to acoopt
any olliee at her hands, preferring to
punish her by letting bis wounds smart
rather than to got well, and thoroby
relievo her of any anxtoty sho brought
on herself by acting so outragoously
under tho circumstances.
CofFoo Ice Pudding. round two
ounces of freshly-roasted coffee in a
mortar, hist enough to crush the ber
ries, without reducing them to powder.
Put thorn into a pint of milk, with six
ounces of loaf sugar, lot it boil, then
leave it to got cold, strain it on tho
yolks of six eggs, in a double saucopan,
and stir, on tliu tiro, till tho custard
thickens. When unite cold, work into
it a gill aud a half of cream, whipped
to a froth. Freeze tho mixture in tho
ice-pot, thou fill a plain ioc-mold with
it, and lay it in ico till the time of serv
ing. Hominy Griddle Cakos. Toono pint
of warm 'boiled hominy add a pint of
milk or water, and flour enough to
mako a thin batter; beat up two or
three oggs, and stir them into tho bat
ter with a little salt. Fry as any other
Fricaseo of Veal. Cut eight small
pieces of salt pork, and fry brown;
tako out the pork am put in thin slices
of veal (thoso cut from tho leg are tho
best), sprinkle with salt and pepper,
and fry brown; when all tho veal jas
been fried, mix with tho boiling fat two
teasjioonfuls of dry flour; then add two
cupfuls of boiling water, and season
with salt and pepper; put tho veal in
tho gravy, .and simmer about fifteen
minutes; dish out, and pour the gravy
over it. Jtiss ration.
Dreadod Eggs. Boil hard and cut in
round, thick slices; popper and salt
aud dip each iu beaten raw egg, tlion
in line bread crumbs or powdcrod
cracker crumbs and fry in butter, his
sing hot. Drain off'evory drop of
grease, and servo hot.
Potato Croquettes. Mash two cups
of potatoes light aud smooth, sea-son
with pepper, salt, a littlo nutmeg, and
beat in two eggs. Put a spoonful of
dripping into a frying-pan, and whon
it hisses stir in tho potato mixture,
keep stirring until it is very hot, sproad
upou a dish to cool, wlru cold mould
into croquettes, dip in beaten eggs,
then in rolled crackors, and fry to a
line yellow brown; drain well and heap
upon a dish.
Boiled Corn. Strip off tho outer
husks, turn down the innermost cover
ing aud pull off the silk with great
euro, recover the ear with the thin in
ner husk, tie at tho top with a bit of
thread, and cook in boiling salted wa
ter from twonty-tivo to thirty minutes;
cut off tho stalks close to cob, audseud
tbe corn to the table wrapped in a nap
kin. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher is author
ity for sayiug that very tough fresh
meat may bo made quite tender by
soaking it in vinegar and water from
six to twelve hours, according to tho
size of the piece. Threo quarts of
water and a little more than half a
pint of vinegar will bo enough for ten
pounds,' ana that quantity of meat
should soak for seven hours.
Beans and Bucon. Choose younsr
beans, boil them in water, with a good
ly piec of bacon, a sprig or two of
savory. HIh'U they are clone, put tho
piece of bacon on a dish, drain the
beaus, toss them, lor u minute, in a
sauce-pan, with plenty of minced pars
ley, and some butter, and then put
them around the bacon.
Lemonade. To six lemons, allow
three-quarters of a pound of lump-
sugar, and a pint ox boiling water; rub
tbe lemons with some of tho sugar,
peel them very thin, strain tbo juice,
put it, with the lemonpoel ami sugar,
into a jug, aud pour over it one pint of
boiling water; cover tho jug well with
a cloth, to keep iu tho steam, and let it
cool. Tins must bo strained, and di
luted with cold water, to mako three
Claret wip. rut into a bowl three
bottles of soda-waler, aud ono bottle
of claret. Pare a lemon very thin, and
grato a nut meg; add to thoo, in a jug,
oue pound of loaf-sugnr, and pour over
them one pint of boiling water; when
colli, Hiram, and mix with Iho wiuo and
soda-waler; a little leiuou juieo may bo
A man who follows tbo wheelwright's
trado often tires.
Th2 Small Boy's Explanation.
Angelica had invited her "best young
man" to tbe evening meal. Everything
had passed off harmoniously until An
gelica's seven-year-old brother broke
tho blissful silence by exclaiming:
"Oh, ma! yer oughter seen Mr.
Lighted, tho other night, when he called
to tako Angio to tho drill; ho looked so
nice, sittin 'long side of iter with his
"Fred!" screamed the maiden, whose
faco began to assume tho color of a
well-done crab quickly placing her
hand over tho boy s mouth.
"Yer ougter socu him," continued
tho nersistuut lnlormaut aftor iraimn?
his breath, and tho embarrassed girl's
band was romoved; "he had his arm
"Freddie!" shouted the mother, as
in her frantic attempt to reach the boy's
auricular appendage she upset tho con
tents of tho tea-pot In Mr. Li"ditod's
lap, making numerous Prussian war
nutps over his now lavender pantaloons.
"I was lust firoin' to sav." the half-
frightened boy pleaded, between a cry
and an injured whino, "ho had his arm
"You boy!" thundered tho father,
away to the wood-shod!"
And tho boy made for the nearest
exit, exclaiming as ho waltzed, "I was
only gain' to say Mr. Lighted ho had his
nm.,.. ..I. .,.,,1 1111 l.... It
iiilljr tnlLIIUIl UII, UUU Alt 1UUVO lb IV
him if ho didu't!"
And tho boy was permitted to re
turn, and tho remainder of tho meal
was spent in explanations from tho
family in regard to tho number of times
Jroddie had to bo "talked to" for us
ing his llngors for a ladle.
Coffin arc now made of naner ae.
Sit? " Ul? Tml "'''S
which journal pronounces It as "rather
running thing, into the ground."
The man who travels for his health
needs health for his travels.
"Prepared chalk," says a medical
(ournal, "is a remedy for dyspepsia."
Vouldn't hotel milk do just as well?
"Madam," ho gallantly observed,
"I havo an Image photographed upon
my heart." "Indeed," she said, "a sort
of negative impression of me, I sup
pose. Texas furnished forty Gonerals, thirty-four
being Brigadiers, to tho Con
fedcrato armies. Mrs. Jane Mlkel), of
South Carolina, has loarned receutly
that thirty of tbe forty are dead.
llousokoeper : How can you toll if
an egg is badP Oneway to toll is to
taste it. If it makes you so sick you
want to die to got rid of the tasto, you
can feel pretty sure its a bad egg.
Attendant (trying to'be civil): "Yes,
miss, your foot are small ; what ladles'
aren't? But tho skates I nover seo
such small skates. I think it. would be
better if you changod with the gout,
A "notice to vacato" In Arkansas
need not bo served by an officer of tho
law. Tho muzzle of a shot-gun stick
ing through a front window is Invari
ably taken as duo and sufficient notifi
cation. Women aro rapidly entering tho
medical profession. There are forty
two women now studying medlcino at
tho School of Paris, three ot these being
Americans, eightoon English; eleven
French, and ten Russian.
"How does this 6trike youP" nskod
the lightning of tho barn. JV. Y.
JVcii'S. "It Is electrical, and very
sparkling!" replied tho barn. "But
as I'm down, please do not strike mo
agal n "- -Fluloachh ia Kcm.
Now tho chowder's in tho pot, and
tho days are getting hot, and wo all be
gin to swoltor with a 8wolt,swelt, swolt.
Whilo tho crimson lemonade through
a straw enchants tho maid, who dis
plays a bunch of flowers at her belt,
It has been sflirmed by Dr. Arnott
that no wave of the ocean rises more
than ten feet from the ordinary sea
level, which, with tho ten feet its sur
faco afterwards descends, gives twenty
feet for tho maximum bight of tho en
Tho man who invented tho fifteen
puzzle is now making patterns for tho
latest stylo of oil-cloths. The rumor
that he had boon struck by lightning,
last summer was a canard, published
by his friends to throw hired assassins
off the track.
A Loudon paper asks : "Is this a fair
bet? 'If I win, you are to keen mo in
chocolate creams for a year. Mind, I
like the pointed ones. If you win, I'll
work you something.' Thore is a cer
tain vaguonoss about that 'something,'
though none as to tho creams."
BaTtimoro and New Orleans are tho
two cities that have placed a value on
.1 I ; M i
ineir sireeis as irnnenises iur nuiso
railways. The latter lias secured more
than $1,000,000 in two years, and the
money is used to extinguish the city
debt Baltimore maintains its Druid
Hill Park from tho same source.
There wim a younir irtrl of Eau Cluiro,
W'lio via wltiy, and kh.1, and seuu f aire;
All the other girls found,
That when shu was around,
They were Just counted out &i neau wbairo.
There was an old darkey In Guinea,
lie had a bin daughter named Muluea;
Khu fod cumIs to tbe cows
Aud hay to tbe sows
Ob I How oouid sho be such a nulnea?
Down in Salem the other day a
bright little girl was seut to get some
eggs, and on her way back stumbled
oud fell, making sad havoo with the
contents of her basket. "Won't you
catch it when you get home, though?"
exclaimed her compauion. "No, In
deed, I won't," she answered; "Fvo
got a grandmother."
One of Sir Edwin Landsoor's pictures
recently brought at a London sale the
sum of $14,750. The auctioneer re
lated that while Sir Edwin was engaged
upon it Mr. Millais happened to call
upon him, and tho elder painter said
to the younger, "If I don't live to finish
this picture, you will do it for me."
Sir Edwin did die, leaving tho work
unfinished, and Millais counseled it
While tbo family ol an English of
ficer, Maj. (Ion. Byers, were making an
excursion on tho coast in tho Leonbes
quarter, one of tho daughters, named
Ada, slipped into tho sea and disap
peared. Two others, Lilian and Vio
let, In endeavoring to rescue her, also
disappeared, and the mother who hied
to save her children, was likewise en
gulfed. "Why is it," said a Chicago woman
to the proprietor of a hotel at Boulogne
sur In ', whore sho was staying,"
that American hotels are almost the
only ones that supply their guests with
soapP" "Pardon, madam," returned
the polite unitre, "If I supposed that
thcro was any danger of my guests
coming to tho table with soilod face or
hands, I should supply them with soap,
We havo rarely seen a finer bit of sar
casm than the following : A little Sbel.
byville boy, who is in tho habit of say
ing his prayers before going to bod, tbo
other night askod his mother, "Mam
ma, how long will it be boforo I'm big
enough to loave oft' sayiug my prayers?
You never say yours, do you?" And
tho mother said, "Little boys shouldn't
ask so many questions. Go to sleep,
Mr.?. Mary A. Livermore states that
ono evening, twenty years ago, a fow
ladies, interested in the welfare of
women, discussed the employments
open to tbe fair sex. They counted
eleven, and could think of no more.
Recently the came ladies repoatod tho
enumeration, and were able to point
out two hundred and eighty-seven em
ploymouts in which women could en-
President Eliot, of Harvard, is to bo
tbankod for kooping opon free, this
summer, tho musomu of comparative
geology, tho Peabody Musoum, tho
uotauTo garden, 1 the ilomonway Gym
nasium, the university library, the
mineralogical cabinet, tho new Sover
Hall, anu tbe Memorial Hall and Sand
ors Theatre, and tho collogo buildings
and grounds generally. Aloroover, the
museums are to bo opened Sunday af
ternnoDS from two to five. !
Eight years will measure tho actual
time of missionary work in Japan, yet
there are now in that empire 160 mis
sionarles, 60 organized churches, : with
8,000 memberships, a Christian com
munity of 8,000, schools, dispensaries,
collegos, thousand of,rellgious works,
translations ot Scripture, and th) cir
culation of u Christian newsuauor in
all parts of tbo empire. Iho Bible lias
been admitted Into tbe higher schools,
aud a Christian calendar has been
This is tho kind of dogs they koop at
Newbiiryport: During asquall of wind a
gentleman was making some purchases
in tho markot-house, and, drawing a
roll of bills from his pocket, one of
them was blown from his hand and
carried out of sight in an instant.
Knowing it would be useless to hunt
for it, he continued Ids errands, and in
about an hour arrived homo. "Ashe
was driving' into his yard he. noticed
that his dor, which had accompanied
him, was holding something in Ms
mouth, and, much to his surprise and
gratiticaliou, he laidlown Uie missing
There is a farmer naraod John Eioh
oltz, living in Salem Township, Cham
paign County, Ohio, who' is said to
have 43,000 bushels of wheat 6torod
away in granaries. He is holding this
wheat for $:i per bushel. Last year he
predicted that there would be a total
failure of tho wheat this year, and
therefore did not sow an', so as to be
able to market his wheat without inter
ruption whon tho rise oaino. He now
admits that ho was wrong in his pro
diction, but ho insists that ho will yet
get $3 for his whoat It Is said that
when whoat sold at $9 a bushel some
years ago ho had on hand from 12,000
to 15,000 bushels, tho accumulations of
ton vears, from which ho realized from
135,000 to $ 10,000. A great many
would discredit this story wore it not
for tho fact that Mr. Eicholtz is "an
A pcop into the Chincso quarter is
well worth taking. Here thoy fairly
swarm. Tho streets aro dimly lighted.
Colored lautorus aro strung along some
of the balconies, or aro hung from tho
windows. Rod and black signs iu
crooked characters aro everywhere,
and from all sides resounds the echo, it
seems, of a hundred unknowu tongues.
Lights stream from cellar flaps, creep
through open doors and window chinks,
but tbo shops are only lightod by a suc
cession of dingy oil lamps. Discordant
noises of rasping fiddles, gongs, and
sundry unknown tunele-s Instruments
minglo with tho clatter of strange
toiifMies and loud, discordant laughter.
'llio shops to the American eye aro
singularly uninviting. The butcher,
who is a general merchant as well,
se'ls Joss sticks, teapots tobacco, and
scores of other things, lie flanks his
door on either side with huge carcasses
of slaughtered hogs. They aro not
quartered and jointed in civilized
fashion, but nro hacked, hewn, and
torn asunder, just as the meat is want
ed, and present a mangled, shapeless
mass, sickening to look at Split
chickons and birds aro flattened out
liko sheets of paper and nailed against
the wall. Delicate tidbits, steoned in
oil and dried, are strung up and hung
like cherry-bobs across tho windows ;
aud scores of oily cakes, liko lumps of
yellow soap, aro laid on benches. Bar
bersmost important functiouaries
auong tho Chinese are everywhere.
Within a radius of half a mile thero are
no less than fifty of them.
New Orleans can accommodate 96D
ships at tho levees besides wtint evi
bo loaded in the stream.
Gin-Drinking in London.
D. R. Locko(Nasby), in a b-tter from
London, says "tbo lhmor- nnsumed in
that city by tho lower classes are prob
ably tbo most execrable and vile that
tho ingenuity of tbo haters of mankind
havo ever invented. Tbe brandy they
drink is liquid lightning chain light
ningwhich goes crashing through tho
system, breaking down and destroying
every pulsation towards any thing
good. Tho gin well, thoir gin is thu
very acme, tbo absolute sunirhltof vile
ness. There is a quarrel in ever gill
of it, a wife-boating in evory pint, and
a murder in every quart. A stnoll of
it," says Mr. Locke, "nearly drove me
U criminal recklessness. And yet they
all drink it, and especially tho women.
"Tho most disgusting sight the w orld
can produce is a London 'gin-drinking
woman standing at a bar, waiting fe
verishly for her 'drain,' with unkempt
hair, a small but intensely dirty shawl,
with stockinglcss foot, and shoes down
at tho heel, with eyes rheumy and
watery, that twinklo with gin-light out
from tho obscurity of gin-swolled flesh,
with a faco on which tho scorching
fingers of a depraved appetite have set
red lines, as ineffaceable as though
they had been placed thore by a red-hot
iron, every one of which is the unavail
ing protost of a long-outraged stomach.
"There she stands, a blotch upon tho
faco of nature, and a satire upon wo
manhood. It is difficult to realizo that
this bloated ma.ss was ouce a fair
Joung irl, and had a mother who loved
er; and it is equally difficult to coin
prohond how any power, even that of
nature, could ever mako use of it. But
the elements aro kindly to man. When
they have done thoir work swoot flow
ers may grow out of this putridity.
"In America this sort of being exists,
but it is herded somewhere out of sight.
It does not stand at tho bars in the host
streets to offend tbo ryes of decent peo
ple. But it is evory where here. It is
in the Strand, and on Piccadilly and
Population of Austria.
The total population of the non-Hun-
f;arian portions of tho Austrian Empire
n December last was '22, 1.10,684, being
an increase of 1,735,054 within cloven
years, or eight and a half per cent
The population of tho Hungarian por
tion of the empire was 15,608,72.1, or
ono and one-fourth per cent moro than
in 1870, of but 191,390. This gives ft
total population in tho wholocmpiro In
Decombor last of 7,739,407. Austria
contains but four cities having a popu
lation of moro than 100.000. Those
are Vienna, with a population of 726,
105; Pragnl with 162,818; Trieste, 144,
437; and Lenibery. with 110.2'0.
"I have suffered beyond endurance,"
"My life has been a been a burden to mo."
"I have been denied tho pleasure of so
ciety." Kxtracts from testimonials of those
cured of skin nod scrofulous humors by tho
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and sgue, and malaria, are cured by Sel
lers' Liver Pill."
Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other faint
No Preparation on earth eipials St. JirnK" On SI
a wfffKurr, nimplf and rhraji External Keiwdy.
A trial riilailH but Hie comparatively trilllne outlay
of AO ( rnlD, and every one Minering with pain
can hare cheap anil positive proof of Iu claiiui.
Directions lu Eleven Ijuikubkos.
BOLD B7 ALL EE00QIST8 AND DEALERS II
A.VOGEJLER & CO.,
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IKSTIMoM.U.S TO Mil. FELLOWS.
othr nni'.er-i'.'ned cbTcymeii of tho Mulho
T diet ( bun h Iu .Nova Scolla bavins imed the
preparation know u t Kcllowa- Compound hjrrup of
llypopliopphltea. prepnired by Mr. James . Vcl
Iowh, ch tn i 1, St Jhu.N. il.ior bavlni; known
rape win rein It etferta wer beneficial, believe it
to be a reliable remedy fr llie rticetiei for wljirb it
.IAMK9G.UENNICi.MI, .H'HN Mr Ml KKAY.
l'ren. fit Conference. Kx l're, of Coiiferenc!
WM. NAKl.ttNT, lill'IIAIt W. WKKHA1.L,
JOHN A. MOSHFlt. AI KX W. NICHOLSON,
JUHV. HOWIi:, CKANSWIl K .lusi ,
tTKrilE V. lll ESTI1. HOW I. AM) MOKTON,
FflThe proprietor ban letteri fmm various part
tf the Dominion, the t'ulted tt and from hntr
bind, verifvlnj tbo amwrtlon herein contained,
wbirh will bophownat bin office on application.
Tbey relate to tbe cure of di'va-en nf the lime,
heart, rtotuacb, tc.
Fellows' Compound S.irnp Ht-i til. ophite.
Speedily and permanent! v -.acri' ariflon of tbe
luuifK, broiirbrii. rmiPumptSfi, !r'u prostra
tion. Miortre-ti of breath, palpitation l the lieait.
tremblltii; ol the hands m.'l lunhr, physical and
mental depression, loss of appet loss ol energy,
Iom of memory, and v.111 rali'W improve the
weakened functions and organs ot t-.e body, which
depend for health upon voluntary and Involuntarv
nervous action. It acts with vior. "vntlem-ss and
subtlety, owlnir to the exqusite harmony of its in
gredients, akiu to pure blood itself
SOI.I) liV AM. DI'.fM.IVrS
NKW A I) V K ItTl S E MKN IS.
T A II R A N T s F. I .'17 Hi A p V. II I K. T ( ' V li Y. f ' asks
the sulferer from a multitude ofdis.-asea. We an
swer; It will remove from the system the arllvo
cause of most ol the dlsesses that Itesb Is heir to.
It wont mend a broken Htnb, nor close a buUet
hole; but it may hn profitably used in stomacblo
diseases, ft will do no one any barm, and may do
much Kood. Try It and see If It wont full your
SOU) ItY AI.U DIU'GCilSTS.
I? A YAW) TAYLOR, J,;
tako ureal pleasure In r eommcndinir to parents
tbo accadi niy of Mr. Swlthln ;. Shortlldtre "
HON. KE UN AX DO WOOD. M. C.
Kaid (Ihhio: "I cheerfully conent to tho use of my
name as reference My hovs will return to you for
their fourth year after their vacation."
Fornew llliitrnlrd circular address SWITMIN
('. SIIOKTUIM.k, A. M .. Harvard University
Graduate, Media, l'u-. 1'J miles from Philadelphia
inTYTPP' I'-' Arlielea in oup
IlUil 1 Ivlt O Millions In lis. every
QT ITI-TlC body's choice. l-pftK
OH1 lljlik?. catiiloce ot other spec
ialties aotit frw. ,f. M. Htititer .ManirnrluiliiH Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents wanted .
fi77" A YKA If and expenses to agents. Outfit
I free. Address P. O. Vkkery, AiiUsta.Mo
Vmnns Arm, I.carn Tebipraphvl Karn $10
I Ollll". J1L11 to $100 n month. Gradnatea
guaranteed pnvlntr otlle.ea. Addresa Valentino
Pros., Janesvllfe, Wis.
ADVERTISERS by addressing iEO. I. ROW
SIX CO., 11 Spruce at reel. Now York, run
loarn the exact, cost of imv proposed Hue of ajlver
tislnu lu American iiuwspnpera. (Wlm pago
pamphlet 2'j eta.
DIARRHCEA & DYSENTERY.
The moat aatonlshlng eurea of Dysentery and
Dlarrboia, both among cblldreu aud adulla, art
dally reported by lha uae of
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative.
It appears to he a sovereign remedy.
Sold by all drugtjlsW lu tb Uulled Hates and
W. F, DAVID80N 4 00,, Proprietors, Clnolnnatl.
Morgan Park Military Aceailemy.
The boat Boys' Hoarding Heboid In the West
Prepares for Colleiro, Hcleiitltlo School or llusb
neas. Location altraotlvo and elevated, Hcssloa
begins 8P- 1, 1NH1. Send for catalnmto to Cant,
m N. KIRK TAI.CUTr, l'rln., Murtfau Turk,
Cook 'Jo., HI.
,T HE MILD POWER
Htiiiinlireys" Homeopathio Speoifics
Proved from ample eaperlenen i'n entire
It ..tin I.I,-, they am Oia i.nlv ,.o .7..."
miltl'ie.i i. .,'u.n ...
i.iKr eit Ni'ii'Ai. aos. rem. ,
I. I'eer, I'otiKestlon, Inflammations, ,M
4 Mono", norm revrr. worm Collu,
ft Cry Ina Colic, or Tet-thliiH of liifauii JS
4. Diarrhea of I hlldrru ur Adults. .
5. Dysentery, Orlplna, bilious Collo, .
8. Cholera .Merlins, VoiiuUug, . .
7. Conubs. ( old, Hrotielntls,
H. INeuraltila, 'loothaehe, l iieenclie, .
II. Headaches, H,,)l Ileuiliiches, Vertigo, &
lif. t,VSll,,s,n, juihiiii, r,iiiiaim,
II. Hiijiiiressrd or I'alnliil I'erluds, . Wi
I& V, i, .tea, too profuse I'crlod'., -
I.i Croiiji, OouKh. Dinieult UrtmthlniT, .W
It. siall fllmii,!. Krysliielus, Frupiloin, .
IS libeiiiiiHIlHin, lOieuiimtlc l ions, .
Iii. t-rveraiiil kih-,i hill, lever, Aouen, tie
17. Piles, Uliu, I i,r Ulri-illiiK, M
IU. Catarrh, in-utc or elironle; Inllui nru, 50
)). l liiiiinliitf Cough, violent 'iut,-h,
i rnl JJrklliiy, I'hys'l VU'ukiwM, .)
.'i'. hi. lley D,aenM, .jn
M. ertuii Ci-hniiv , Niwrniutorrheft, l.m
. I r.iinri l i-iil.ii..a.vVniilnKii,. la-il.Mi
Illseusti ol the Heart, I iiI.IihI I.ik,
r orsale i,y .IriiKKlnlM, or will by tbe Case,
ornhwle Vhil, fn-e i.r charge, on rovlpt of
ni lee. send for Dr. Iliiniiihreys' DiMik on
Disease, Ac, nil pioe(, also I II uatralrd
A. hirers, MiHtinbrrys' llomritpnthlc
U9 ruuua bi,hw aork.
Br. S. CibbM's SrtcaalPiloScnody
t.ivi (I mil. in t relief sndlsantnfalbhls
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
fold hy DrtiKni'tsevMnrwhrre. Prlcp, 1.nripr bni
firriKt 1 1, v n , ul. Sni'ij ("lit rV'-s in 1'hysiclsns
ml llisn-f r rs ty I . .-ustin-'fior A t o. Kox HL
tew VorkUtli'. bolofUAiiuitttmrgrnif "Atuikut.'
. i i.--"t f i .-. I ronnuiK. 1 m- x m i-r ins hijo.
. til.-'l ' ' eil i.iritie iu tlie w n I 1 O ,.-rt l'Hr.t
S...H .1 14 t-i Ktis. -i fsris 1st.
bi.i w H"Vflt. " ' . 'O mv
it .WiT..14 ....
! :im K .Vn-rr ! -i - i . i:'.- un
HI :t l.k -li a, Ji'c d. 4V" f.'iKf'f
"" 'l-.-s'iss S-.I K r'l b "i 'ir'-soj
'itH,t!t 1'ivsf eft o :. J nanov --1
lief ii!i,vi'ilft. K 1 .1 M, I
l'b:.4.l. UUI'a ixtonnHi'U. moists, '
I'orfnnr I Afnta wrtqni't: !T rrt. -y f rs.
;i : ir. , iiewla-'tselhrjt aitl lesi it. propcil
I u prtlg lor n t.':r; mr.i all re Ulnra. Indea.
Itufl'liM t"i b Cid anl a p-Tf. - t lioorHfirtnr,
.! I'.T.C'uUcd Wuxl'eitLo.SJUTuiATe.J). f.
311KAHONM VIIV XJ1E
CELLULOID Eya Glasses
Aim xiii: ijkht.
riecauae they are the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Optlc!ns and
Jeweler. Minle by SPENCKR OIT1CAL CO., N.Y.
V VTLMlf-Anlntellent younit iran la
ti 1 Jil'irvery ronntry town, to take a
permanent local ai.ury for the tale of our teas.
Coffee, etc., In package, to coniumers. Tbu agen
cy rn'n s no peddling and hut a moderate amoant
of so Iriiltiif. slid If properly manaired will pay
troni $vi to l i4) peri ear. Particulars, free.
Ploei.as Tr.a CO . I. O. Uox Vi. St. Louis, Mo.
U AQKMIII miltlT All IffliatUIT.
This well-known prsparation h hlrMv rwnunBda4
for Uyapfpsla, Headarh, Mrknraa of tk
sloiaarh, arnl &; 1 coet plaint, ar i. . n from Arldlij,
r.illousnra, and llalarlal FeTfra. It roula
Ins tik4 and rr(ula Ina bitv'.i. It is a tafoma
ir,.jicias for cl.iaisn. frfptrrl ty A. ROOKiW
i:. i, (. htmiita, til filMrkar birval, Kaw Twk,
luperivr to Klaaral Water, rVidllU Ttrmim, at
OM (ALB BY ALL DKCWIITI. '
N K W A D VL'UTIKM KNTS.
27 STOP IJEATTY'aSV0AJfd.
OnlysKi Addrera DANIKLK. USATl'V, Wash
ington, N J
Parker's (iinge"' Tonic
Cures complaint of women find diseases of the V
stomal h bowel, lutit's. liver and kidneys, and Is
entirely dltlerent from bll'ers. eint;er essence snd
other tnii i us it m ver intoxicates, sorts snd $1
rl.es, i.arie ssvinif nnlii one Hollar amo,
UIM'UX ic t,0 , Cbenilsla, S. Y.
WKTAI.TII I.A.TI P WICK i
i m u nrr. i, isnu
Gires a Ilrlllbiit, White and Stead;
Hirht. ri-(ih s no tr miuliiu. Bndlartf for tnontlis.
ham pie n k In els , :) wicks -jf, cts ., 1J wicks T5cts
pocliiKu piiid. Jl'ive three sires, A. II, and D.
Aitents at.ld. Address. MKTAU TIP LAMP
WIck CO..ToCortliindt Ht., v. V.
I OLD MEDAL AWARBEB
Ui A iilhnt. A Mwaad snai Hid
teal Wara,warranUMl tua bast and
chtiapnit, InibaiHiDKalila to vrwy
Bian.fnlltlsd "thattcianMof Lifa
orjlf- PraaarranoQ ; bound in
finaat Kn-noh Biualm, mhuaand, .
full riJl Jul pp.oODtaoiabwotnl ,
alml oirramin, IJh prwvia
txins, tinea only Cl.iB annt by
mail i illnitratori aanipla.Siwnta;
sand n'iw,Addrnas l'ldr Mad-
FUflW IWn V Imt.tno,nr Dr. W. II. PAR.
K ICR, Jo- 4 Dolfwcii St. Boston. 1
ClTICl'KA I'erniniiFUtly Ciucs JImuori
of the Scalp anil Skin. j
Cutlriirn remedies are for snle by all drupkl"l
Price of Ctitiiura, a medba! Jelly, small boxes. Sfle; 1
law boxes I, Cutlrtira Itesoivent, tbe new blood ,
purifier, one dollar per bottle, Cuticura .Medicinal
'loib t Houp, u'ic. Cuticura Medicinal Shaving ;
Honp, 15es.; In bars fur ba hers and larce consiim- i
ers, ,Vs tH Principal depet, WKKKS& PUTTKll, !
linston Mass, j
ty-All mailed free on receipt ol price
A bimk f mrc orlpl'mllty, fiititletl
l'llACTICAL LIFE j
. i.... ...tv.wl Tim Individual care- t
I 10 Croni proiiii;," n" - - 7,- - i
iu v cnnsitlereo irmu ui y-- j -r
to maturity, inpeeard to education, home, society,
wWUimii, 'to. llow bread eater,
aro o bebread wlnnors. Tho volume abounds In
StrlklllB lUOUUIIl-T, mm ,,,ivi..i .. --- 1
siriaiiiK w ui,n..,, ,i,rf n ates-eaeh ona.J
a Bom. Airents wautcd evorywheru. Send for clr- -cnlnr,
full description turms, etc.f to J. C. Mo-,
fUKDT A CO., Cblcogn, 111. , 1
trxr is a.-"!T
ir Hi. tra
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