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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Whllo iiltr on the plooiny hnnv'm above,
Alone and In tliflHilll wutuhnf ibn nlirht,
I it mid niiii dn-ara of her, my distant love,
Hhe who to true, who 1 my boat's delight.
Wbrn wiirobl.fffld mo from my 1 vo to pijrt,
Him daintily my hut with ribbona docked,
And prtwood mi to bcr true and tMiilorlieirt.
Wbllofnnn hrrcjestbo tear would flow
Phe Invr mo fiilthfullv, ho Invoi ma still,
Anil thcrrfora hid 1 wi ll oonloiit d and irny :
My heart boat warm, although Iho night Is
While thlnkiinr of my loved ono far away.
'. : Now In tirehnmliir, llRhtod by her lamp,
Slio makes bcr ovi'nlnr prayer to Gnu above
For ono wh M ill diinicor in the Lump,
Andprnyg God's blensliiif for ber absent
Ah.jvlwn the voice with tone of nnmil-h rinir
For peril I may meet by hunt or tbxwl.
Bo inmtiuil 1 am 'ncitth th" AlmfKhty's
Ho luvcw and honors a true suldlor'a blood 1
THOMPSON'S LAST JOKE.
Tbompson was a happy man, but
Mrs. Thompson was not that is, not a
happy too-man and hor unhappiness
ws 1ptl a source of satisfaction and
amusement to her husband.
They wuro well-to-do in this world ;
for, as Thompson was a very success
ful speculator in grain at tht Corn Ex
change, Mrs. Thompson was seldom
without change, and with their two
selves only in the family, they managed
to eat, live, and dress well.
Thompson loved a joke, and if a"
practical one, so much tho hotter ; but
his wife never saw ono, and was too
practical to enjoy the witticism that
veiled either a vulgarism or a satire.
And, of course. Iter facetious spouse
took exceptional care to make hor tho
victim of his one failing whenever tho
In conseqiiunco of which little Mrs.
Thompson was iu a constant state of
iinccrlaintv wliellicr to lavign or cry.
For instance, on the last morning of
the old year, as her husband was leav
inr the pretty villa'at Clanham, to go
down to business, he tin ned at the door
to say, solemnly
"(iood-bye, Puss ! We've eaten onr
last meal together this year !"
She started tip in alarm and rushed
after him to the door, from which ho
was slowly emerging, with a broad
grin on his face.
"But, Tody," she gasped, shivering
on tho threshold, as the keen air struck
"Theodore, madam !" sternly re
torted Thompson, looking at her with
a fixed eye, "or Dore, if you like but
not Tody. Ugh !"
"Theodore, then," pleadingly cried
tho poor little woman, "whit wlia-at
do you mean? Are you angry? Did I
I do anything wrong?"
"I loave you, madam, to find out I
shall not see you again this vear."
And, with a wavo of his hand, Thomp
son, walked off, the grin reappearing
as his wife's horrified countenance
came into his mind. , "She'll find out
that it's the last day of tho year," he
soliloquized, as he mounted the omni
bus that every morning earned him to
Giacechurch-stieet ; "and remember
that I'm goinj to supper with Jones
to-night, and or course will not see her
until the Now Year is In."
Hut Mis. Thompson did not see tho
point of the joke until Theodore ex
plained it, at two o'clock next morning,
and passed a miserable day according
ly, brooding over hi3 parting words
and their hidden meaning.
Amid a shower of tears and a nanno
nado of sobs, Thompson vowed be
would never no, never again make
her the subject of a joke, which bo was
only too glad to promise as tho prico of
peace ; for tho last bottle of champagne
had just touched tho spot which variab
ly ached with double horso-power, and
he fell off asleep with a splitting head
ache, murmuring mysteriously :
"Mumm's the word."
Which tho subduod and penitent wife
understood to be a request that she
would not again refer to this incident,
to which she eloquently replied, as she
sank into slumber :
"I'll forgct.it all, Tody Doro
Thus tho fact is evident that the care
less, fun-loving Thompson found life
more desirable than his earnest, loving
litllo wife, to whom tho days were long
and empty until he should return, and
the nights weird and gliost-haunlod
until ins latch-key startled the lonoly
spectres liack to their lurking-places,
lut Theodore never thoiiirht of tiiis.
lie was the ringleader of ti few Mark
Lane habitues, and did more bonneliiis.
grain-pelting, and other sportive Justs
than the wholo band of couvivil spiirts
together ; and, besides, sang the best
songs told the host stories, and played
the sharpest tricks. And so imbued
had ho become with this spirit that his
better, soberer nature was becoming
completely eclipsed, wnen nt last
pull-back arrested him in liM "mad
career," and. the tables were turned on
Theodore Thompson, Esmiire.
Mrs. Thompson, like tho generality
of Hie reunnino reader. of newspapers,
found her greatest enjoyment of tho
tiuuy paper .in tlio list of deaths and
marriages, lost and found and tho
For this latter she had a rare fascina
tion, and many times and oft would
bleak in upon Theodore's study of
the grain quotations in tho "MarkLano
Express," with wondering demands
for an explanation of this strange or
that singular request from so-and-so,
and thus and so, in the socond column
of the "Timoi."
Om fatal day, following upon asorlos
of suppers and excursions to which
I'lieodoro had lent tho lustre of bis wit,
leaving her to hor lonely evenings and
Uiacoimokte days, without tho aid of a
female tiiond to beguilo tho tlmo with
icsUictio art dincuHsions, sho fell upon
a rcmarkablo advuifmemeut, andNe.
meals followed fast upon Thompson's
"Tody, isn't tl.U strange? Just lis
ton," said Mrs. T., with big open eyes,
Blaring at her paper uneasily.
, Tody had hoard the like before, and
was besides very intent ou calculating
the margin the sudden rise would allow
fcini in his next offers, and therefore
simply grunted out, "Yen, very." And
went on comparing the closing prices
of last year with tho present one.
Mrj. Thompson had ffrown very
agitated, and wu peering intently at
her husband from boulnd her paper.
"You must Listen, Thoodore," she
said, decidedly, with a shake of tho
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THE DAILY CAino BULLETIN: FRIDAV MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 18S1.
"All right. I'm listening. Wheat,
129, a fall of three-eights since yester
day," murmured Thompson, abstract
edly, figuring away.
'Theodore Thompson, what does
this moan?" demanded the small wo
man, with hysterical majesty, looking
very stern, but trembling very womanly.
This was tho advertisement, which
she proceeded to road aloud with tho
sonorous importance of an angry swal
low. Thoodore looked at her grimly. Ho
saw fun at once. Tho wheat mnikot
fadod into oblivion, and tho spirit of
mischief tilled his mind with other quo
tations. "Head it slowly, dear," he said,
The small woman quivered.
"Theodoro, you lovo another?" she
gurgled, and wildly wavod tho paper.
Another?", criod Thompson, with
melo-drama in tono and attitude' "A
dozen of them. I dote on anothers. Hut
who who has betrayod nieP"
Ho seized tho paper from his agita
ted wife, and spread it wide open be
fore him ; thon, running his hands
through his hair with a wild air, he
read out, with stern emphasis :
"T. T. If you love mo, meet mo at
the same place. I must sou you.
Thompson looked under his eyelids
at bis wifo. She was following every
word with earnest faco and grief
stricken eyes, and a grin peered round
the corner of Ids lips as he thought of
how he . would cure Iter foolisii fancy
for tho agony cdltinin thenceforth.
So," ho said, gravely, "yon know
"All, Thoodore 1" wailed poor Mrs.
T. "Is this thing true?-'
"That thing is true," assented Tody,
Radly; "but I throw myself on your
mercy, and bog, for tho sake of the of
the Corn Exchange that you will do
nothing rash! Think not of yourself
alono iu this sad all air, but of your
"My country!" sobbed Mrs. T., fall
ing back limp and aghast.
"Yes. 1 am an ornament, as well as
a useful member, of that great and
glorious food nicnagerin "
"Menagerie !" wailed Mrs. T., wring
ing her hands.
"Yes. Tho bulls and bears are tho
source of our income. Evnose me, and
you ruin mo. lie patient, and all will
be right onco more."
Thompson shook with inward glee,
as his rapid imagination wove the in
cident into a good yarn for tho boys at
the next supper, excluding tho true
names o dramatis jwsomn.
Mrs. Thompson listened with pale
face and a piteous look, that might
have checked her husband in his joke ;
but with a quiet pride that was new to
her, and seemed born of this terrible
emergency, she hid hor pain from him
and forced herself to speak calmly.
"Theodore," she said, slowly, "lell
me. if you please, all about this."
She touchod tho paper lightly.
Thompson turned on his heel to stare
at hor, but she was busy putting tho
breakfast thiugs together, and he could
not see her face.
"Gad!" ho muttered to himsolf, "but
sho takes it coolly. I wonder if sho
A sudden pnng seizod him ; a fierce
look drove the crin from its hiding-
place, and ho punched in the crown of
his hat vindictively.
"I'll draw it strong," ho decided,
"and see if she don't come down."
Aloud, and with mock humility.
"It all j,toa" out of the last LordMaf-
or s Miow. l was niipainteii Dy mo
Ward to superintend tho tableaux that
were to take part iu tho procession, and
it was decided to havo ono tableau in
particular to represent Ceres, the god-
doss of plenty. It was mat gonies of
plenty, my dear, that niado mo re
creant to my connumai vows, ana
bound mo in the toils of the siren."
Thompson paused, with a dramatic
quaver, but looking curiously tit the
quiet faco bending over tho silver
"Well?" said the steady voice.
Thompson began twisting his hat
round and round In a st artled quandary.
What did it mcr.n? Sho was as indif
ferent as if ho was telling of some other
fellow, and not himself her own dear
Tody ! She was losing her interest iu
him ; 6ho didn't care for t his escapade!
Could it bo possible? Theodore felt
himself growing pale. And howprotiy
"Well, Thoodore?" said tho small
woman, giving a lump of sugar to her
"Well, I got entangled, us one does
in those kind of all airs, stuttered
Thompson, failing in Ids composition,
and wishing he had never begun it, but
urged on now to a grand denounce
ment, in tho hope of breaking up the
chill indifference of his wifo's manner,
and of hearing once more her loving
Jilt lo laugh and "(lood-bye, Tody!"
"Tody" was beginning to be one of
tho sweetest sounds ho had ever beard.
"And it's gono on ami ou until the
Ho paused, ignominioiisly. Now sho
would faint. Sho did not. Shu took
up tho silver tea-pot and examined it
"What strange fancies men havo I"
sho said, quietly. "It nover occurs to
a woman to niako such a fool of her
self I Where does your goddess of
plonty plenty of what, Theodore P
live, may I ask?
Thompson sought a view of nor face:
it was pale and set, and tho eyes looked
sleepless and heavy.
"She's hard hit, after all I" exulted
the Hellish dog. "JJovv I'll make hor
And he forthwith gavo lier an ad-
dross in a low tono, with humble con
trition in his manner, watching fever
ishly tho while for tho stagger and
catch of tho breath which should bu
tray his victory.
Mrs. luompson turned lo him very
quietly, and gave him instead a long
"And I believed vou to bo ft centle-
man!" sho siumlv said, and walked
past him out of tho room.
lhomuson was In no (iiivinbln nmn.l
that day, and hats and handkerchief
tor onco wero safe In their owners' pus.
"fission, for ho no longer disported
ljUuHulf, with cow-like gambols, on tho
Moor, nor blandly smothered timid bid
ders with tholr own coat-tails.
On tho contrary, be made Ids offers
with tho air of a Nihilist conspirator,
and often aloud staring down nt hU
feet with a llereo frown.
"Suiueililiitf'i irouo wronr with
Thompson," said his friends, nudging
oneli other, and looking paralyzed, as
they wero about to polt him with a
handful of grain, and he suddenly
raised his gloomy eyes on mem.
"Confound you, lot me alono!" he
growled : and they walkod away as if
the biggest tiger had broken away
from tho Aon.
Later in tho day camo a terrible
shock to Thompson. He had decided
to write to his wife, and "make it up"
with lu5r, when in walkod his best
friend and fellow-joker, Tony Town
"Hilloal" shouted Tody, feebly,
half sorrv to see him.
Townsend grasped him wildly by tho
"Noble friend, you've saved me," he
"Yes, 'T. TV you know," explained
Townsend, advancing to shako him
again by tho hand.
Thompson fell back in his chair.
"Keep off I'm dangerous !"
yellod. "What do you moan?"
Townsend was again about to rush
forward, when Thompson put out both
feet and stoppod him.
"Your wile" began Townsend.
Thompson sat upright, and glared
"Camo into our olliee this morn-toff-"
Thompson reached for a sharjfla-per-cutler.
"Anil interrupted tho governor lec
turing mo generally, including this ad
vertisement. Mrs. Thompson seemed
very unhappy, and undeterred by the
fovcrnor's presence, stated that Bhe
esired my influence to assist her in
saving you from a terrible mishap and
restoring you to your sound senses. In
brief, old boy, sho spoko of your adver
tisement in to-day's paper, and of tho
bold, bad woman that was ruining
Townsend lookod as if ho would
choke, and Thompson felt the edge of
the paper-cutter carefully.
"Tho governor sprang up," contin
ued Townsend, holding on to bis sides,
"grasped mo by the hands, called nie
his 'pure-hearted, noble boy,' and told
votir wife of all your my-flirtations,
consoled, then blessed her, and rushed
out. Mrs. Thompson behaved liko a
trump, and lei t your reformation in my
hands as she went from my office."
Thompson rose slowly.
"You you " ho spluttered, flour
ishing the paper-cutter.
"Ot course I am!" roared Townsend,
backing to the door. "But what did
you play such a joke on that dear littlo
woman for? She ought never to for
Tho door opened suddenly ' behind
Townsend, and in camo a young fellow
with a savage look and a quick step.
Tho latter carried him straight un to
Thompson, and tho former lookod him
over from head to heels.
"How dare you, sir, tell your wifo
that the woman I am to marry rodo on
it car, dressed as the goddess Ceres, in
Lord Mayor's Show?'?
Thompson fell back in his chair in a
state of collapse, while Townsend skir
mished near tho door, waiting for an
Tho irate visitor flourished a light
cano otnniously near to Tody's right
"Tho goddess Ceres P' murmured
"Yes, sir!" roared the outraged
lover, beginning to take his stops with
very little regard for time. "This
morning, sir, Mrs. Thompson called
on tho young lady and had an inter
view', in which she accused her of hav
hur won your affections from her, and
of being a circus rider, engaged t
personate Cores iu tho Lord Mayor's
Sl.ow stating that you had given her
'im address. Now, sir, what does this
" That I havo playod one joke too
ni'inv, hir!" said Theodoro, gravely,
ri-in'g from his chair with a rcspoelful
bow; "and am ready to make any apo
logy you may demand to your fiancee,
to whom I ain innocent of any discour
tesy, except through an idle jost to my
wife. 1'ray go with mo to tho lady's
house, and. Iiuiiiilialing ns it is, I will
make a full explanation."
This was done to the lady's and tho
lover's sati-fact'nui, and then, with a
grave f.ice, Thompson turned his stops
How would his wifo receive him? His
cheek burned at tho mortifying blow
he had received ; and yet bo was proud
of one tliing- ilespito tho ridicule her
action had brought upon him, it had
proved thai she did care for him, and
had even left herself out of tho question,
when pleading with Townsend and the
mistaken (lores to save hitu for himself
alone, for tho sako of bis honor ami
IU' found Imr with bowed head and
had clasped as be silunlly entered, and
heard her pray :
"Oli, l'ai her, help mo to keep my
dear husband's life pure ; strengthen
me, that I may bo able to guido him,
for Ins soul s sake I
A big sob choked Thompson, as ho
Ami when slm was in his arum, cling.
lug close In him iu fervent thanksgiving
that it was "all a joke," ho then and
there made a vow never to perpetrate
anot her ji ike, and ho kept it.
"But, littlo woman," he said, "don't
over put on your dignity with mo again,
for it has taught mo to bo jealous of
Tho late Duke of Alba, brothor-in-law
of tho ex-Empress Eugunlo, was
ono of tho most persistent gamblers of
tho timo. Ho onco gamblod away tho
sum of 6,000,000 francs in a sluglo
night's play. After squandering tho
immense fortuno which ho inhorited,
ho received a pension of GO, 000 francs
a year. Ho was paid monthly, but by
tho lifted) Hi day of every month not ft
franc was left of his 6,000 francs, and
lie used to borrow f or 0 louis d'or in
tho club. At last, howovor, a turn of
fortune camo. All his debts wore paid,
and the Duke of Berwick and Alba pur
chased one of tho most splondid pala
ces in Madrid, whnro ho lived In prlnoo
)y stylo, keeping 100 horsos la his sta
bles and open table every evening for
forty guests, purlngtho latter part of
Ids life ho only played for very small
sums, having a wholosoma droad of
agulu rlMughls fortuno and position.
"Only a Privits."
at Dallas. H) was Honoim
private of tho -Hit IWicoiguu
A lino had In oi pushed for
ward on the right of IhtuYh corns to
turn the Haul; of the enemy. Tho ad
vance met a sharp musketry lire but
pushed steadily forward across an open
field, driving the enemy and g doing w
position ou the edge of tho woods,
which was held. Burch, in crossing
this field was mortally wounded, and
was carried to the rear in an uncon
scious condition. A few moments later,
on reviving, ho eagerly asked for
"Mart," bis messmate, and taking his
hand, with the death rattle iu his
throat, a smile on his face, his framo
twisted into contortion with agony, bo
exclaimed: ".Mart, tell them I died nt
my post and give them good-by." His
eyes close, his bands fall by his side,
comrades stand nrouud him, and down
tho cheeks of these veterans tears are
silenllv coursing. At this moment tho
artillery of the loth corps open a terri
ble lire! niakiiigthe earth fairly tremble.
Biireh opens his eyes, a smile lights up
his countenance, and with his last
breath bo exclaims: "Hurrah for the
old Hag," ami expires. Only a private,
and still only one of the thousands nud
thousands of heroes who laid down
their lives unkuowu and unsung. To
his poor old parents and comrades, a
hero with a nameless crave, with grim
Kennesaw in tho distance standing
sentry, while the night winds sighing
through the tress of Dallas, sing his
everlasting requiem. He was not a
Thomas, a Sedgwick, nor Kearney; no
polished shaft reared in lofty height
marks bis last resting-place ; bis naino
adorns no page in history, no poets sing
the glory of his heroic death, but tho
recording angel of heaven writes tho
immortal history of all theso. "Only
a private," and the unkuowa death of
Teacher ; "John, what are your boots
made of?" Boy "Of leather.' "Where
does tho leather come from?" ''From
tho hide of tho ox." "What animal
therefore supplies you with boots and
gives you meat to ear" "My father."
"Old Folks at Home."
"Old Folks at Home" was written by
Stephen C. Foster thirty years ago, who
sold it to Christy, of miutrel fame, for
$5, and received a bonus of $5 more
for the privilege of having his (Chris
ty's) name on tho title-page ns author,
and after that piece had made him rich
ho generously gave Foster $50 more,
which was all he ever received for the
song. But it served to make the
author famous and to sell all his Klier
songs, yet ho died a poor man. For a
while the piece waned in public favor,
until it was sung by Mile. Niisson at
her concerts, when it took a new start,
and at this present time it is one of tho
host selling songs in the market. The
numerous transcriptions from its melo
dy by upwards of twotdy different com
nosers servo to keen it popular. It h
really a worthy companion piece to
"Sweet Home," and will probably bo
sung for a hundred years or more.
Quaint Phrase3 of the faciSc Uoast
Tbo groat west has become noted for
quaint and expressive phrases coined
by tbo rough element of the coast. Tho
miner and prospector, as he wandered
through the hills and f dlowe 1 Iho cir-
cuitous valleys and narro v pa i pre
fixed names to theso placs, as -gulch
es, and "canyons, until aimo-t uvurv
ennyon and gulch has b 'tn dubbed
with some old namo which inrever af
terward will designate tho locality.
The mountaineer, after years of west
ern life, finds himself lost in an eastern
metropolis and fails to meet his en
gagement on prompt timo, but U not at
a loss to give a decided reason for his
delay, because of "getting lost among
tho box canyons." Terse and pointed
remarks liko that of the man who said:
"I did not fight him, but had ho come a
step further the doctors would have
thought when they dissected him that
they had struck a now lead mine," aro
quite common among miners. How
expressive aro tho sayings. "Ho is a
gashed vein and has pinched;" "Ho
shows well on tho sun' ace but there is
nothing in his lower levels;" or "ho
didn't assay worlh anything." Ho
who lacks courage is in Western par
lance devoid of "grit" and has no
"sand." Men who roughed in tho
early days on tho Fucilio coast nro
called "oldtimers," and when tlioy dio
it is not uncommon for their associates
to speak of their taking-off as their
"having passed in their checks." Tlioso
who have toiled through the snows and
braved tho dangers of crossing great
mountain ridges havo coined a style of
expression upon tho death of an old
friend which to them is fuller of moan
ing than tho plainsman can realize
"no has gono over the range." Each
state and territory on tho I'aeille slope
has ils peculiar phrases, and there aro
many common to all. Oylicr, in Oma
Hands of American Women.
Tho American women have tho
smallest hands in tho world, (ilovos
made in Franco for the American mar
ket aro smaller and narrowor than, for
any others in tho world, and the lingers
are made more slender, as any Ameri
can woman will discover who has to
buy a pair of gloves in any provincial
city in Europe. I'robably no American
with a smallish hand which excites do
remark here has traveled long abroad
without discovering that It Is only largo
shops ill big elites which keep gloves
small enough for hor, and a lady with
a hand just holow the Americans aver
age, four, living in ono of the Jnrgost
cities In Eastern Europe recently found
herself forced to send to Now York reg
ularly for her gloves. It is Idle
ness that makes tho hands small,
work that enlarges them. 1'urhaps tho
foregoing is equivalent to saying that
American women are tho laziest in tho
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.loltx W. HnttlK. I UANSWICK ,IUM.
M KI'ltE.s K. lit ESTIS. l;i i WI, M) MOltTOX,
(tfThu proprielor Ha IrltiTi from varloun part
i-t the uominlnn. the I nlt'-it stuP ami from biiK
land, vi-rlfvlni? the afertiin herrin con'aincd,
w lib h iil be fhown t l;l otllc: on application.
I nev n-liite to tne rnr" ol ni-ea-ca ol IU" iiiih
lnurt, Hiomaih, i tc.
Fcllowa' 1'oiii)iiiiiim nip u llrii phosphites.
Spi'edil v and p.-riimio'iii) i ' a i" ". iil"ii of the
linilTH. hroiirlil'la. ci)litiinpu . n ni pnatr.i-
lion. Miorlm-aH ul bri Htli. pAliiitiitioL ot the heart.
treniblii'i; nt tin-Iiuii'Ih mil imii', plyrieal unit
mental ili-pn'xainn. Ur i f npp 1 h-, lui'K ol em-riiy,
Iom or nicmory, ami will rmi imv iinprove uie
WKiiki'in il fiitu'lioiin Hiul ori-iti" ol t ie body, which
depend for heullli upon voluntary and lmoHm'arv
nervoUH action. Il ,n is Willi vijor. .'I'litletiva anil
ciibtli'ty, owiiiL' lo tin' I'vuui-iti' lmr:uoiiy of Ita In-
(reaifiila, aKiii to pure liioixl itcr-ll .
SUl.I) Ii Y A 1,1. MKt (it.lSTS
Ji K W ADVKIll ISKMENTS.
TAI(UAVIK.I'IZH: ,W'i:l:iKVr(TJ'.Kr ikii
thu mitli'iir Irum II llltlit M ..lii- Il 11 )- Wl! HI).
Hwer; It ill r Ihuii the pynHan the m tlvu
rmiHii nt irniit ol III" ili. 'nu n Unit 1 .nil heir to.
Jl wont nuTiil iTuki'ii Hiiih, imr dune it build
liolo: niit it nmv ! in.i'utily ti ! in utonmclilr.
illMi'uri'M. It will iln no ono an y harm, mid limy do
mne li koihI. Try it unit h-c if It wont mill your
sold r.v ai.i. di;i (ifiis'is.
tnUu Kreiit ili hhiiti' in prumnicniliin; tu (.arinlr
'in: m i iineiiiy in .v r nmimn r. Mmrtllileo
HON. FERNANDO WHOM. M. C.
Siilit ilssi'i: "I ihn rl'illy rmi'i iit In ilir uho of my
iiiuiiii in4 refcrrnce .My linvn will return to you for
llidr fourth vmr iil'lrr their vnnilinn."
Knrncw lluiiiiiiil clniilur miriMi SWITIIIN
V. MIOltTl.lliiiK, A. M . , llurvi.nl I iiivcri.ity
(iruiiiiHO', .sirum, ni r; in 1 1 H Irum I llllmlulMlia.
!'' Arlii'li") in one.
..I i ll i ) ii s. in un. - every-
ImmIv'h choice. 41 ut;
cm ii invm ni ii Hit kim'C-
mint' iM'iit free, ,. . iiuiimt MKlHCiictiii mi; l o,
ritir.iiinntl, Ulili), AHi'iitu wiiiiti'il.
A V K A n ninl fxpmiio'N In ui'iitH. Outfit
I I lice, AililriK I'. i. I' k ry, AiiiiiuU,.M(!
Vauno AIpI! ,",!Br" Ti'i'VmW'V! turn $W
1 UlUliL iiiiii Id (Hill liinulli. liuliiMUi
riiaraiitiii'ti pnyinit ninn-H. viiirciM Vulc-iitlnn
num., JaucHVille, im.
A DVKKTIHKKS by mlilrtni-liiL' IJKO. 1'. lmw.
iVEI.I. CO., M Npriico urcd, Nuiv York, cull
muni miin i tiii, i uny roniM'H line of Silver-
timnu in Aiiiericiin uewnpnpem. f triOU puRO
tlll I'UIUI U-i lIPl
DIARRHOEA & DYSENTERY.
Tbn immt iwlonhlilim curea of Dynentery and
I nn.rrli.HH, Imili nninnti clillilreu aud tululw, tr
aully rnjiortml by thu uho of
Dixon's Blaokberry Carminative.
ft appoRra in ho a anvorelKii reincfly.
Huh) tiy all dnilts lu tho Uultud Hiutm and
W. F, DAVIDSON St 00,, Proprietors, Clnolnnatl.
Moi'jran Tark Military Accadetny.
Thn hnal llnva' Itnarrilnii Hclinnl In thd Wont,
pH'parua fordiilluiin, Ne.lenllllo Hchool or Ittml
hour. Locatloli nttritrtlvu unit olevaturf, Hcaalun
tiBttlnaHiin. W, Wl. Hi'iiit fur cntnlnipio toCapt,
Kl). N. KtKK TAl.COTr, I'rlii., Moriiu 1'nrk,
Cook Vo 111.
THE MILD PO WEB
Humphreys' Homeopathic Spuoilics
rn.vu irmii niuit raifrifllil! nil PntJrp
urrisw. xlmi'lr, I'roinjii, Kllli l. iu. nil(j
HHinlilr, liny un tlm only iin-ili,:ineu
nuui'ini in )Hiiumr nt,.
i.iht ntivirni. ki. ciikic. rmra.
1. F"vi'r, C'limfstlon, lnlln.mmHl.lnim, ,J5
t Hiirini. W orm hfver. Wiirm ( ..Hi,,
3. Trillin Colic or Twilling f Infuiiu '&
1. I'lll.lll' H 'l lllluirii ifi J.il'lllH, ,':i
6. Dynciilrry, (riiliiK, llilluua Cuilc,
6. IliiliTH Murine., VoihIiIhk, .'."
1. llllllll". I OKI, KrnlK'lllIlK, '&
fl. rumUlfl, loolliKrlK, Kii'i'n"li. :j.
. Ilrn4iirlira, Mi:k Jles,ivrhc, Verlluu,
II). Ilyni"ilii, Hllloiu hUirnui h, .'
II. iiiiiirriiM'ii or I'ninlnl IVnuila
...... . u
ii milieu, iiio iiriiiiiKn Kcrlmli,, . .z,
U I'miiii. CotiKh. IMrtlfiilt lliealhlin;, X,
II. Knit (thrum, KryHliiWM, Kriii(lnim, M
1.1 Itlii'tiiiiMUiii, lOifiinuiili' I iiliin.
Iti, l i ii rninl Ikiic, ( hill, hever, Ahumf, Mi
Ii. I'ili'K, Kllml or iili'filiitK
III. ( nliirrh, iii'iin- or Wiroiilc; Inllm iizii, w
HI. IiooiiIiik CihikIi, viol, ni CiHiulm.
J4. 1.i-iii'i l ll.'lilllly . I'liyn'l V, t,.kii, .n, ..'m Cj
ii. IliMH'V I'lHt'lIM. fill Q
. V niMH liflillitt , Siiiiiitiirrlii'n, Moid
m. I riniirvW n I, n -, ! t i h. lu.il.fii p
iii.i iip.1! oi i in- iii iii i. rniriailiiii, in.
tumuli' liyilriiKKistH.oriU'iii liy tin. 'u.
oral'iKli. V liil, frisof I'liarvM. i,u rivi'liit i l
lrli'i. semi for Dr. Iliiniiiliri i V Hunk on
IllPK'll-l'. tic. (144 Milii-M, ulnu iilunlrHlr.1 H
. - w
Ail'tr.'i.K. II imintirrvil' llmiLi.nt.hln M
Med. Co., lO'J rultuu fat.. ,w I orlt. U
Ur. S. Siblsso's External Pile Ecncdr
;iv. limiant ri-Jl'-f ami in an Infallible
CURE FORALL KINDS OF PILES.
Poll hy DrNii.'i'iirvfrvwhrri. rncn, 1 nuprr bnt
rimw,.hyii: II. Sanij.l. aiut lift lo I'hvmrlant
anillulh-r' rn.tiy v S. nBUclVrft co Ifoxblf.
huVf lurkLHy. fc'lnuiiuiwitunritl "JnuAmh."
I innrMiiif. 1 1 'if f- -i f ? ,1,- hi h.
'l-f III ' It,' , I I I, ,. .
v.t . -ii-i . ! t-rs.
r h cKi:r;: : -u . o tt r
a-ii. -' .1
I ; p...
! . JV''- i nai a mhvk m.-, (... j tw.
d J r '.'. I i' !.i ''! . - .' ! , :...-,i.
f''ni.i;i(:lt.i.--iiM.i.i-i"t. A'' .' r
i..- ,.v 'l-.-.i''. .1 fi tr'.n: t.-fi. li,'
f ' I IiU,lvli- . ll-Jrxpr.' -. iv-f 1 Mi,-,
W j( p. ;j. M..I ii .. l'n. K iSK.v l
A , '.. . i '!.. . li.n'a, I . Mur,n,i) ij, u.'mn.
n I'orlonpf Airntawr'l(iilfl!!TMT'!. fw,
M S -III M J nw lwsl. illiiur!. ! .1. 1 I, .'l.
f P I rv. t ir trv-nt and all i..-1 'in a. luiWf
t (tu. ' ! f.v : CoM urj-1 a w-rf- t ln.fhprtf:,
' i. 1'. T.t otlH Wlraliell i o..iui7Ui Av. .V. f.
3JIUAHONH AVJIV TilK
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
Aiti: tiii: IJKHT.
Recauw tb-y are tbo LIGnTEST, IfAKDSOlITST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold hj Opticians aiij
jBwcUra. SfadebySrENCEKOITfCAL CO., N.Y.
"V, VrrVH-An IntelilKctit yoiiiii; man Id
1 ill ' rvr-ry fonntry town, la take a
Permanent local a?enrr for the tale of our ta.
rolfera, tr.,lu packagea, tncunaumera. 'i im ai-n-cy
ri'i)uir nn pi'ridlinu and tint a modi-rare amo.int
of ao li IHiiir. and If properly niai.atcd wi.l pay
irum ; in yum jht ' ar, I nnicu-arn ir:r.
1'Eol'LEa 1 ka IU , r. O. Vol MX. M, Louia. Mo.
AS A01UAIU AFUItIT All llfllDflllT.
Tim wr.l-known r'-paration It hichlr r'fmmndnl
(f OyaprpslK, Ur-mdmrH, MrkorM of lb
KUllaUM-nwarid all 'riM.i;tri:rii:lniilrUllT,
HlllonanrtM, and tlitUrUI vrra. ll --Sl
Ir.v tiiooj u.tl rrnlau4 iha U ,U llul U" : i
in.sjicio f..f rlul.lro. lirril by A. KOUUt?
'!(, i btmiiU, H llkckr Mm-t, w Turk.
Bajwrior to Kiatrat Water, B'idlitt Powdara. U
0 LUL UX AtluHlMHT.
7 STOP IKATTYS;f l'i
iitny wu. Aililp ax U.lMKl.r. IIEA ITV, Wab-
Parker's (iiniror Tonic
iii'-f i w r 1 1 j 1 1 t 1 1 1 m 1. 1 HOIll'IU KIK! (llCt 'H OI UQ
ttmnrn h. h'trtrlK, IimL'f. !ivr and ki'Int-yf. Kinl 1
i i ii 1 1 1 -1 t iii'M 1 1 in iriiii umur. t'iu;T t'fcriiCL' BP1
fi, .nrpHtvliibr hiivifiiyonr Htillnr bI?,o,
Jl ETA t. TI P lU.tl P WICK !
PbiM Irc. 7. lgSO
(lirea a Ilrllli.nit, White and Ht.-ad;
lli.hl. r.-,llri'- 111, I, mmi..., J Urlf f..r h..,nlk.
baiuple v.li'k l !., H wleki -JT, rli., ti v. irka (cm
l"ii.in:,! .n iii . iiivo inree i'ri', .i. n. ana if.
Agents wanted. Addreioi, MKTAL, IIP LAMP
W U K ( O.. lOCiirttandl St.. N. V.
iBlDt MEOAl AWAROTO
lh A iiihnr. A iw and imwl Mivf.
tcM Wort,wrTnUKi tlm Imt and
chAapvltlod'iitM.nHalili to tmrf
man,ftititla "ttia Huianmof lala
nrJMI.PmH.rtalj.in i" hound in
flnil Kn-nch maalm.amhoaiwl.
full alitor pp.otitAini Iwaatirnl
atMnl urrnvinn, 136 prin.
tinna, pni nnly iltfianiit hy
aanil nnir.Aildr.Mui I'Mlmdff Mml
F WflOT TirV'tJFI P r'l tnatilntnnr lt. W ll I'AK
iVnUVr laIoUiI.KKrt,No.4Hal&nohaL Koawn.
(;i;TICi:iiA iVrnuiucntly Chits lliiiiioru
ot'tliR Scalp and Skin.
Cullciira reniediea are for aulu hv nil (iritcrclnH
Price of Ciitlnrn, a medli nl Jelly, fniull lioxea. Nlej
Ui'i;e boxi a Jl. l.iitlcnrft lli aolvelit, the new blood
jiuriner, one Hollar t boiiiu. i uiieiirn .in'iiicuiai
'Unlet Nonp, Ciitlcur Medicinal Shaving
Soim. l.Vta. : In burn fnr ba'hera and tnrin1 eor aiim-
era, fiocta 1'rliielj.nl ilcpit, WKKK Ji POTl'Klt,
IAII mailed rrecon ruri-ipi u priiu
A tumU nl' mre orlKlniillly, enlltleil
Tho ireat prouieni poiu, j mi iihuthiim.i v w.v
fnlly caualilerod from tUL'u of ropiiiilblilty up
to inatiirity. m pegnrd to education, lionie. aoclety,
love marrliiire. biialuom, etc, How hri.'inl eatera
aro to be hruail wlnnerr). Tlm viiluiim abounda In
KtrlktnK thttiiKhtH, mru liifurinalion and intetiati
.. I fPI... I.,.lll,l1 AU...
cunitnoti aiinae. ruirunuu i-oion u jjiht u wi
a irmii. Aixinm wanted ovorywliero. Nund for clt
culiir, full deacrlptlutiterma, etc, to J. C. Mu
C't'KUY & CO., C'lilcauo, 111.
Vot r. a-.IV
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