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The Upper Drawer.
The housekeeping woman Is thankful for otos
' Bo tanndy for women to have In the bntiHo;
Bcptacl tbey fur all kind of deposit.
Aloug with tbe eplJnr, the moth ana the
Though priKHl by the matrons, If largely thoy
; Her clomu, by no moans, "go right to tbe
Another thing-' really bor"woll-prlnf of pica
uro" The uppermost drawer hor bureau has got I
Tbe Miffed upper oVtfwoc, the packed upper
- Tbacrammod, upper drawer that "holds such
Tbe evils that came from tbo bo of Pandora,
Were nothing In number compared to the
Thrust Into the drawer of Nancy or Flora
bblrt buttons, old corsets, coamutloa and
Old ribbon and halrplng, with taffy and lanos,
- Tooth briisho aud letter and playthings for
Old stockings and pickles, her husband's old
Cologne and claw-hammer 0, Ileaven
' knows wtiatl
Are thrum in that drawer, that stuffed upper
. The crammed uppor drawer that "holds such
Borne dull, rainy morning that drawor she'll
Out pull It and lay It with faro on the floor;
Llcr power that morning no duty can ehncklo,
There's pleasure for bur In that drawer In
Her eyes will oursparklo tho stars at their
As down on the carpet she'll gracefully
squat, . .
And famlttrly fathom with Angers the lightest,
That vory much hotcrogoneous lot
Of things in that drawer, that stuffed upper
That drawer as full as was ever a sot
Ono thing at a time from this olla podrlda,
8he carefully raises with digitals daint;
Dor joy as she views It, believe mo, dear read
er, Is something ecstatic, like thatof a saint.
Eaobthtigshe eouHlilcrs, aooountslt atrous
An Baser laid egg. an old tooth like as not
And riot does sho In this "well-spring of
TIirVi gono through tho wholo polyglot
lot . - ,
trap V that drawer, that stuffed uppor
m mwy ouorutng ujtyuira (utl hot, .
A. joifoct wintor day : and Vivian was
jj;in the drawing-room at Benoh
. t with the azure and amber cur
A j ilrnurn nnarr at thuf film AnuM
3ut linon tliA or an fro and nHmann
, i -- r - -
1 of the December euniot that was
(.injr, iU brilliant flamine banners
the hills, aud the' grand old trees
o nark. i
fire in the ilver-barretl erate
bright and cheery, liko a melt
of rubies, and tud air of the
ran irairrnnt with tho dainty
tea and hyacinth, lemon-treo
itropo, from the conservatory
find Vivlim'sat there still and
I, hor wlilto bands crossed on
velvet dross, her porfoot faoo
acaimt the back of the azure
lir against which bar head was
ilngly boautiful girl, who
ler surroundings, and on
cnooks there soemcrl no
Lyoxatious flush that was
that deoponod slightly
Juman came Id to tbe
faced old man, who
las, and who looked as
tnoant yoa and nay.
'iviau sprung to meet
he had sat down, ca-
ld cheek coaxindy.
l thou r lit better of It,
O JwaSi lt 80 much."
,Khi0l It at a i. it's
i. VivlVw this idea of
Wt neetKMCTf. dross
in a wacron noous
S't throo weeks ainco you
ndpa," sho said with a
fiersistent way, "but I can't
it dress to Miss Louison's '
(finoihitig light and airy. A
ss, grandpa, with wbito Jet
lo satin ribbons, it wouldn t
dollars! You extravagant lit
oun. Do you suppose I'm made
lless fifty-dollar notes?''
vinuljud her round whito wrist
'fully, but there was a relontlcsHness
kis manner that Vivian might have
Tlicn I ran't eo,n she said with ft
witching little pout. 'Tvo nothing
decent to wear, and I won't go if lean I
bare a white dress."
Then yoa will most axsuredly stay
at homo, my dear," Mr. Kingsley said
with unruffled good humor. "I haven't
the money to spare for such nonsonso
as white jut and white latin. Hallo,
As if by maglo, tbe ponfand frown
on Vivlau'i pretty face vautshed at the
aounu oi oicue uarroD'i natuo and
, iiii mi nun n iia vbuiq into vne room
V. a tall, splendid follow, on whom
Vivian Kingsley ' had bestowed more
thought than was altogether for bor
peace of mind. '
a wui mi. TimiDii, uq iniu, auiiuug
'nd making that gentleman think there
' jjevcr was a more charming little ladv
m are you going to Mrs. Louison's break
fcerulnly expect to," bo answered,
tnd my errand now Is to beg the boa
cr and pleasure of being your escort
,; iiickior lellow ha won
A tutlioious littio rjiuHti nm a swift
. i . . . ..... . . . .
upward bwood of Vivian's loner lashes
of dark goMcn brown assured Mr. War
ren nioro eloquently than tao liair-sliy,
wholly delighted aocontance:
"I would bo so glad."
And thon Mr.Kingsley suddenly spoko
"By-tho-way, Stolio, did you know
thatBluko Conway had died and left
Ids widow and hor babo utterly desti
tute? Didn't I say that marriage would
nover turn out well? . You'd bettor go
down and soo Christio, Vivian unil find
out what's wanting and have it scut to
bor And, while you aro about it,
give' bor this to tide bur over a llttlo
Ho handod Vivian several shining
Sild pieces five of thorn, and she took
em obodioutly as tho old gentleman
hobbled away on bis crutch and cane.
"It doesn't seem possible that little
Christio Conway is in such circum
stances," Mr. Warron said gravely.
"Why, it's only a year and a half ago
that sho was married in grand stylo to
Conway. A widow, a mother in a
destitute condition ! Poor little woman
she was so pretty and "gentle,"
"Was slier Vivian asked just a lit
tlo reluctantly. "She is dark, I believe,
isn't sheP I wasn't very well acquest
od with hor. Do you Know if Mabel
Thorn is going to Miss Louison's P"
So the conversation drifted back to
tho gnind contre of Vivian Kjngsley's
ambition, and Mr. Warren stayed a half
hour longer, and then loft Vivian with
the fifty dollars in gold in her dainty
littlo velvet and jot f i ingo pocket.
"I think it is too moan for anything
In grandpa," sho thought," her hand
caressing tho shining piocos; "bo said
ho hadn't any monoy to spare, hut I
know well enough that it is all non
senso. Ho could afford me a new dress
every day in tho year if be thought
80." j ,;'
She took out the money, and laid
thorn in a shining array on her velvet
"To think I could buy what I want
with this! What a moan shame it is
that grandpa is so awfully striut about
never allowing me to borrow my regu
lar allowance of him. If I spend it all
the first dny ho makes me go without
until it is duo again. And I won't have
a penny for nearly two weety and I
never wanted a dress so much in my
life. 1 must have it. Stello Wurreu
will bo rav escort, uud 1 want to do him
credit fwqndorif I couldn't, borrow
this for only a' fortul-rht P Til have
my dross, and Mr. Conway would only
have to wait such a ltttlo while! Til
lako her over soino. jollies, and wino,
and fruit and jn-amlpa will never
And by noon tho next day the lovely
whito Swiss toilet was ordertid, to bo
bcadod with whito jet aud (rimmed
with narrow, whito sa'in ribbon an
exquisite toiiot, in wiiion tneroj warno
doubt but that Vivian would bi simply
irresistiblo and find added favor in
Stolle Warren's eyes. '''.'
Tho noxt eveuiDg when Mr. Warren
and his mother wero dining at Iienoh
Houso, Vivian was just a Hi tlo startled
by a question from her grandfather:
'What did Chrirftio Conway say
when you handod her tho money, Vivl.
an?" ' I ,
And Stolle Warren thouirht ho nevet
had seen anything so lovely as the fleet
ing flush and pure pallo of her face.
"Sho was very grateful, grandpa.
Sho sent word that sho could uuver ex
press bor thanks."
"A nlco littlo cirl," ' Mr. Kingsley
And Stello Warro
on said to himself
that Vivian was nicer.
"So tho sowing was through you,
Stolle P I mHit almost huvo known it,
you used to bo bo thouchtful, alwiivs.
I do thank you I nood all I can get to
do." 1 i
Christie Conway looked up into Mr.
Warren's grave, pitiful face, and his
very heart itehod to soo what that year
nnd a half of married misery bad done
"I heard you wore in distress, Chris-
no. out i did not dream a-JU woro so
broken down as this." JF I
lie touched hor thin, slender littlo
hand that was gently rocking tho littlo
pino cradlo in which hcrsix-monUis-old
baby lay a pale, puny little creature,
with lii'' dark eves like Its mother.
"I don't mind for myself," slio said
gravoly, "but when I look at Lillie and
ronlizo how delieito sho is and what I
might dp for hor if only I could ail'crd
The rebellious mother-tears Btartcd
to her eyes.
"1 think you ought to take hor away
soniowhere where you would bo uioro
comfortable than you are hero.
He looked around at tho plain, com
fort less surroundings.
"Don't talk to mo liko that!" sho
said passionately. "I might as well
try to bntho hor in liquid pearl, or dress
Ovjrt cllh-of-gohl. Sho will Idiu ilio
bocauseXhc-r mother cannot oaru iinou:
money tTrfltrTrrt"iT on-mo uiuuiy,
i i .I . i . .
tonintin food aim needr)
Warren looked comnassiiatoly nt
her nido. oliiful faeo. miro it carved
- ' - -(a.
4. Will i.Vv. . VXJ
"That should not bo, Christie. Tat
tlw fifty dollars that old Mr. Kiligslcy
sent you, and go abroad for a few
Christio looked at him amazedly.
"11m Mr. Kingsley has not sent mo
ouy fifty dollars.
"He lins not sent itP Why, did not
Vivian Kingsley bring it'to you jester
"Vivian Kingsley was hero yester
day, and left mo a bowl of lolly, ami
bottle of port wino, and a basket of ap
"That is slransro vary strnngo," ho
said, in a curious tone of voloo. "lint
it need make no iliDoroueo, Christie,
You and I aro old friends, and you will
not refiwo tho invitation mv mother
sonds to bring your little whito Lillio
and visit us at vvarrou urango, uuui
wo decide your future for you.'
A gush of passionulo tears streamed
down uor palo face. .
"You are a saint! Oh. Stolio, I dare
Dot refuse for my baby's sake. And if
wo both got well and strong I ban so
easily earn enough to pay you back."
A week later tho day of Miss Louis
on's grand affair and Vivian Kitigsloy,
radiant as a fairy queen, stood boforo
her dressing glass, smiling at tho charm
ing reflection therein. I
1 never looked so well, and I won
dor If to-nblitho will out toll me
BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING,, DECEMBER ' 28,: t83l?
that ho lovos meP"
Her beautiful face was all a-flalh lind
a-snarklo as sho leisurely drew on Uor
white laeo-toppod kid gloves, waiting
for tho roll of tho carriage-wheels that
meant Stello Warren hadcome for her.
Then her maid banded her a note,
and discreetly retired while Vivian read
"Miss Kinusi.kti I must boif to be exousod
from fUtuivlliiK you to Miss Loulmm's, for two
reasons.. One, l havo learned you are not tho
Kirl of lilKh honor and absolute tmthf ulnons C
tbouifht you were. Tbe otber, my botrothed
wife, Mrs. Christie Conway, naturally claims
ray attention from thUtlmu. .
v "Htxixi Wabrin.
So the lovely whito Swiss toiiot, with
its glistening, snowv jet and shining
satin, was a ruinous investment, and to
Vivian it was aroboof sackcloth ever
aftcr'' " ''
Clear head and voice, easy breathy)
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and
incr, no cough, no distress. These are
ditions brought about in Catarrh byl
use of Sanford's Radical Cure. One b
Radical Cure, one box Catharrhal Soli
and one improved Inhaler, in one packl
for f 1.
Death to rats and vermin, Parson's
A Boston woman has bought 40,0
foot of land for a colloro sito at Nov
port, R. I. '
A man who wants to set nn in th
world can select from over 800 styles of
Tricycles, though slower than tho bi
cycle, Hi'o becoming quite popular in
Tbe Cheneys, of Manchester, Conn.,
are chocking, their silk manufacture,
and are said to havo discharged forty
Tho project of .flooding tho Desert of
Sahara is abrudoncd. Thoro wai a lit
tle obstacle i, tho way. The desert is
900 feet nbovn tho oeean.
The New York Mail says: "If beef
continues to advance, it will soon be as
high as it was when tho cow jumpod
over tho moon.'!
In 18C1 tho War of the Robellion
brko out, and in 1871 occurred tho
great fires at Boston and Chicago. Tho
year 1881 is crammed full of startling
Boys in French schools aro to be
taught tho use of the ritle. Had
French soldiers boon taught how to use
( it. they would not have been beaten iu
1870. . '
Tho HotoJ Pollyim, in Boston, a buil
ding 'JGxG'J feet and sovon stories in
height, was recently moved back, in
order to widen Tromont street, without
disturbing tho occupants or. tho K furni
ture. Tho convicts in tho Ohid: Peniten
tiary havo sent $100 to tho Michigan
suflerors. , They raised this sum by de
nying tliomselvei the luxury of tobacco
aud by the sale of trinkets which they
had madd, " ..' ' ' . v
- According to a Georgia paper, the,
pnyaician attending a lady in Macon,
that Sffito,' reports that sho has boon
paralyzed ffnu s losing her power of
speech from tho free use of canned fruit
and vegetables. -
r LMilroiid tunnol in Utah recentlyJ
discoveredevidoncos ClhrongU a certain round of duties day
tropical vegetation. A fossilized palm
, loaf, three feet long, was found, while
ferus and plants had inailo numerous
impressions on the surrounding sub
Records show that tho longest drouth
which this country has ever struggled
through was in the year 1762, when
for 123 days in succession, ending Sep
tember 1, no rain foil over a consider
able part of what was at tho timo set-'
A law of the Michigan Slate Normal
School forbids the lodgiug of male and
female students in tho saino building.
Three couplos got married lately, and
sunt tho faculty a petition to make an',
exception in their favor. Tho facuMy
would not permit it
It is hot at all remarkable that King
Alfonso should bo a capital shot, but it
is in alter for nothing that his mother
' and his eldest sister equal it not excel!
him with the gun. The three Spaniards
havo boon shooting togethor lately,
bagging a great deal of game.
A tract of land in Oregon, between
the waters of tho Suniiam and Clacka
mas, about twouty by ton miles in di
mensions, is covered by a deuso forest
of larches The trees grow from 260
to SOO foi t in height, many of them ris
ing 1.50 feet without a limb.
Tho Princo of Wales is partial to bay
borsesso much so that there is hardly
an animal in his stablo of any other
color. Tho Princo is a capital judge of
horses, and is quick to soo the points
uud bdlings of such ns are submitted
to him for purchase.
Clara Iouiso Kellogg has sold her
villa (ill the Hudson, ami, it is said, iu
tends building a houso in Now Hart
ford, Conn. Hor marringo with Mr.
T. 15. Whitney will take, place in tho
latter part of next Maruh. The couple
will live abroad tho greater port wf the
Governor Murray, of Utah, sent Gv
, jjrnor Crittenden, his half-brother, of
AifSsllii'i. " a silver weddiiig-prosont,
a si ; v hriek weighing eight and omv
half nilfr.fl&uJind inscribed "1850. C. J.
(monogram) Tl- AiTectiouato con
srnituliiLious of Eli" and Evelyn. Utah
Jay Gould's greenhouses, nt his Sum
mer residence on the Hudson, which
wero bun od, have nil boon rebuilt.
They aro 872 feet long by 80 wide, and
it rcquiros sixteen men, 250 tons of ooal
and live largo fuma"cs to transform the
freezing air to tropical during the Win
A Sheriff who was callod upon to
levy Uion a variety actor's ellouts in
Philadelphia tho other day found that
they consisted of a pair of sido whis
kers valued at CO cunts, and a whistle
worth 10 fonts. Tho actor claimed tho
benolit of tho $;100 Exemption law and
saved his "effects."
People Bhould avoid, as far as possl
blo, being run ovor by railroad cars. Au
t'tiipty platform car weighs 18,000
pounds.an empty box-car 20,000 pounds
ti passongor car 30,000 pounds and
sometimes more, and an average loco
motive 80,000 pounds. A slnglo pair
of onrwhools weighs C00 pounds.
Mr. Spurgoon, lecturing rocontly at
the Metropolitan Tabernaolo, London,
said he could nover bellevn that God
ever Intended tho great British realm
to ho governed by all tho blackguards
and villains who wished to got into Par
liamouU Ho believed in Christian men
The inhabitants of Moehiinlcsburg,
Westmoreland county, Pa., aro highly
excited over the discovery of a cave in
a mountain lodge of rock on Mr. Funs'
farm noar thai town. , In it wore found
a human skeleton, remnants of his
clothing, with brass buttons, a revolvor,
a kettle containing $25 in gold, a crock
full of lead oro, uud some rusty piocos
of Bhool-iron. 1
Tho Palaco of St, Cloud, noar Paris,
which over sinco tho war of 1870 has
been a inero heap of ruins, is to bo de
molished, and an edilico constructed
on its sito which it is hoped may somo
day prove a rival to tho famous build
ing ut Sydonbnm. The now Crystal
Palaco will bo comploted by noxt Sum
mor. No bettor situation could possi-
Jlil1ive been selected. Tho gardens
ill woll cared for, and the park
i perl), while St. Cloud is within
asy distance of Paris by boat or
Trouble is browing in tho Oneida
Community. The civilizod world will
learn with dismay that Ul-feoliug exists
"botweon tho anti-Noyesites and those
who adhere ntore rigidly to the doc
trines of tho founder of the order, who
feel more secure on tho bordors of Can
ada." It is also, distressing to read
that "Noycsites, who are in the ascon
dency, no longer partake of their ra
tions in common with those opposed to
thorn, but have voted themselves a sop-
arato dinlng-hall." ,
Tho island of Arran, off tho coast of
Scotland, belongs tojho Duko of Ham
ilton, nnd his tenants tbore find it a
somowh.it hard lot to livo peaceably
and comfortably when tho Duko aud hiH
friends aro enjoying the shooting soa
son. Tho island is about twenty milos
long and twelve wide, und constitutes
one of tho finest gamo preserves in
Britain. During tho past soason it Is
said that the Duko's party obtained from
it about 0,300 grouse and an enormous
jnumbcr of hares aud rabbits, besides
twouty fiao stags.
Tho Government of Mexico bos mode
a contract with Francisco Rizgo for tho
colonization of 200 Italian families.
Rizgo is to roeeivo $75 for each emi
grant ovor 12 years old, and $10 each
for every child between 5 and 12. Tho
Government furnishes laud, houses, im
plements, work cattlo, cow, maro, and
25 cents per day for ono year to each
emigrant over 12, tho colonists to repay
tho saino in ton yoars.
,, Thoro is a roal Shakspearean flavor
in tho confession of Moue-Catcher
Fritz, of Greenwood, N. Y. In the
brief span of livo years ho has trapped
and killed 23,000 chipmunks, moles
and other animals, not to bo mentioned
lightly in connection with so sacred a
place This professional trapper, has
done his work so thoroughly that he is
now cohdomuod to unsportsmanlike
idleness. He has only caught six moles
tlds year, and Greenwood, thanks to
his efficiency, is now almost entirely
free from tho posts which havo done bo
much mischief iu tho past
The Horse That Counts.
A certain horse in Sayrovillo for
twenty years has been a cart-horse in a
brick-yard, and the habit of going
alter day for eight months m the year
has enabled him to do things which
seem to indicato tho possesssion of
mental faculties similar to somo of those
possessod by the human race. It is an
old saying among farmors that crows
cannot count more than three, but this
horse has tho ability to count sixty-five.
His routine of labor is to cart sixty-rive
loads of clay from tho pit to tho spot
whore tho clay is mixod or ground, and
thon to go for a load of coal-dust; and
now, without any thing being said or
(lone to indicate tho fact to bim, when
ho has deposited his sixty-fifth load, ho
turns away from tho clay pit nnd goes
to the dock for a load of the dust. This
is not his only peculiarity, for, when he
goes to tbe pit, be backs tho cart up to
tho right place, and will take only what
ho concoivos to be his proper load. If
tnoro is put on, bo backs and kicks and
rattles tho cart about until the load is
reduced to what he considers a propor
quantity. Having suoh intellectual ca
pacity, it is not surprising to loat n that
lie will not bo driven. As soon as tho
lines are touched bo becomes fractious
and unmanageable, but a gentle expla
nation of what is rcqulrod of him usu
ally has tho desirod effort. It is un
nocessary to add that suoh an Intol
lectual horso will do no work aftor tho
whistlo for dinner or supper sounds.
All his companions in tho yard havo wit
enough for that, and if they aro on
their way to tho pit for a load when the
whistle blows they all turn about and
make for tho stablo without any or
ders. iV"cw Brunswick (K. J.) Home
She Wanted a Piano Insured Against All
"Hav ye any good pianniesP" sho
asked, as sho stepped into a piano waro
room. "What stylo of instrument to you pre
fer?" said tho elork, displaying an up
right. "This piano is the doublo-patont-quadruplo-sti'ing-golden-
and colluloid keys."
"Och! never a happorth do I care
about the shtoilo so long as it's a
strong case Have you any wld Iron
"No, ma'am; but all our cases aro
made extra strong."
"How much'll take for that plannioP"
, "Four hundred dollars, maam."
"Do you soil on the slow-pay planF"
"Yes occasionally we soil to rollablo
purchasers on the installment plan. Tho
installments on this piano would bo $15
"Now, if yo'll insuro tho planulo I'll
take it." . v
"Well, ronlly, ma'am, tho purchaser
usually insures the institimont; but, to
close tho bargain, wu'll insure this pi
ano nnd agreo to tako all risks."
"You see, betwano mo an yon," said
she, after sho had mado her mark on
tho nooessary papers and deposited tho
first installment roeoipt in.hor bosom,
I'm glad to fool aisy about the insur
ance, as I want to got the better of mo
olo man, who tuk nn oath that if I
brought a planulo into the houso ho'd
smash it up wld au ax. An' faith he's
tho bi to do it tho nlxt toimo ho gota
drunk." New Orleani Timtt.
" Bho Excused Him.
Whon Dr. Stone was pastor of Tark
Street Church ho resided in Brooklino
and rejoicod .iu a pair of spanking
bays. On one occasion tbo doctor bad
mado a bad start with a prospect of
being a littlo lato to morning service,
and as a consoquonco tho fast spaa
woro lot out a notch or two extra. In
front of him was tho family carriagu of
one of his parishioners, a mother la
Israol who lovod and revered her min
ister, Ho shot by at a 2:35 gait, and
tho vonorable lady said: "Doesn't that
reckless person know that this is tho
Lord's dayP". "Why, grandmother,"
said a young inau with her, "that is
Dr. Stono." "Is it?" was tho reply,
"why, tho dear man! I suppose he
wouldn't hold them."
i m ii '
n tho year 1586 tho young Constable
of Castilo was sent by his sovereign to
felicitate Pope Sixtus V. ou his exalta
tion to tho rapid throne. Tho poutiff,
displeased that so young an ambassa
dor had been deputed to him, could not
help saying, "And woll, sir, did your
master want men, by sending mo an
ambassador without aboard?" "If my
sovereign had thought," replied tho
proud young Spaniard, "that merit con
slated in a board, lie would have sent
you a yoat and not a gentleman."
Last year tho German wiro-mills sup
plied England with 30,000 tons of wire,
and Russia with 40,000 tons. Franco
roceivod from Germany from 12,000 to
15,000 tone of steel wiro for sofa springs,
and America not loss thuu 30,000 from
the same source.
Alderman Tucker, Boston, says you may
state that I havo paid for medicino and treat
ment in 20 years $3,000, without receiving
permanent benefit. Entirely cured of his
disease (salt rhoum) byCuticura Remedies.
The soluble phosphites and the other
lifo sustaining principles composing Fel
lows' Hypophosphites aro so carefully pro
portioned, and so judiciously mingled
that their action upon tho nerves, muscles
and mombrunes in imparting vitality,
strength and healthy action, is generally
apparent within twenty-four hours, and
the good effects experienced nre of a per
manent character. Exchange.
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is labor
ing under bodily afllictiou, indigestion, bil
iousness, constipation, caused by impurity
of the blond, or disorders of the kidneys or
liver, don't fail to recommend BURDOCK
BLOOD BITTERS, a sure and safe remedy.
' Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequaled. Odor
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
WASTING DISK A HES,
Such M Con umntlon, llronfhltli, Antlmia. tiuiior
kl Debility, Hratu Kxbstmiun, Chronic Con
stipation, C'bronlc iMarrliu.', lycpMt
Or Iobh of Nervous Iowtr,
Aro positively cnml by Fulltwi' Compound Syrup
At phoKiihnruN eultrn nn lurjruly Into tho animal
economy, It becomes par oxrullancu tlitt ln t vein
clu with whlcK to aMoclatu tbo othur vitalizing in
prodU nts of healthy blood, nurvu and muffin. In
Fellow' byrup of llypophoaphltc are combined
all tbe HUliHtancv necunnary to limuro rohiiHt health
and whorea It wan Invuntrd with a view to aupply
every di llclotiry. It certainly has performed ouia
Manchester. N. IT., Jnno lrt, 1880.
Mr. Jamn I. Fellows: Dear Sir 1 wish to ark
now led n tbo irrcat boneflt I luivv received from tho
ii'O of Follow' Compound eyriip of Ilypophos
phlto. I have been an invalid for nearly two yenn
with alironchial affection t lint bad become chronic.
In the full uf 1H7S 1 had a physician fixity day in
succession,, besides tbo counselor aeverul oilu rs.
They Ravo Die but littlo enroiiri?cim'!it, soino of
them none. Last July 1 was advised to t(lvo your
remedy a trial, 1 did so, and In bms than one week
there was a marked Improvement for the better. 1
have continued Its tme from that tlmeunill the
tirosvul, Imnrovlnii all t' e time, und I van trutl. lol
ly aay that I am more than a hundred per cent bet
ter than whon I commenced Us use. I finvo Increas
ed in woliiht about llftoeu pounds, and my couuh,
which was fearful, hna nearly rtlssppeured. I be
lieve had It not been lor your Hymn, 1 should oro
Dili havo boen beyond tho cares of life.
Very truly ynura, ALBKKT BTOHY.
lie not b deceived by remedies, liearlnu a
similar nume; no other propaiatlou 1 substitute
for llile, qnder any circumstance,
FOK HAI.K bY 0HUGOI8T8.
GRAY'S gPECIPIC If KDICINK.
TRAD! MARK. The Great Kn-
llsh remedy, An
unfailing cure for
I yi J u,lruiUrrhea. un
Sowncy ami an
a a sequence
of Dolf-abtiss; as
Ueiore Takiniru'iiveri iitude i .
t.aln in the bm-k.41"1' Aflfcrnft
dimness of vision, premature old t d many
other disease that lead to Insanity,, consumption
or premature rravii.
(jrVKull particulars. In our pHmpblet, which we
deslae to send free bv mall to ovurvotio. :fTThe
Hpuciuc jnuuiciuo i sola nr an aruui(it at ji tier
pacauBo, or six package for fft, or will lie sent fret
bv million receipt n( tlie moni'V, lv addressing. .
TUB UKAY MKD1CINK CO.,
HftWALO, M. Y.
notn in i.airo nv ratu ncnun
r lyniilnpss now hernru the public
I I 1
You can mak money fastor at
work for ns than at anythlnK
else. Capital not needed. Wo
will start you. idlladnyand
iinu-nrHN mado nt hnnin hv the
loduslrloii men, women, boys ami girl wanted if
erywheru to work for a. Now I tho time. You
can work In aparo time only or give your whole time
to the buslnoe. You can livo at home and rip th
work No otber utisluosi will pay yon nearly a
well. 1 No one can fall to mak ononnou pair by
engaging at onco. Costly out (It mid term froe.
modbt maae rat, easily ano nonoraoiy, auunm
Tru4Co AuguU,Mlue.-llHo. .
Kauralgia, Sciafca, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Paint
Xo Preparation on earth ttqu&U St. Jacob Oil aj
mft.turr, 4mjUanl thran External Kenedy.
A Wat entail but tho comiiarab Yely trilling outlay
of BO On In, and every one suffering with pala
can hare cheap and positive proof of it claim.
Direction In Eleven Language.
BOLD BT ALL DBUQOI3T8 AHD DEALTBB II
A.VOGELZR St CO.,
and bovs and izirla make ureal dm.
Header, If you want a hUHlnysa at which you can
muke (Treat pav all the time you w ork, write for par
ticulars to It. Uallett & Co., l'ortlaud, Maine.
MUTUAL AID (SOCIETY,
X SUBSTITUTE FOK LIKE 1XSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organiw Jnlv Ulh, 1877, Tmlpr the Law a
tliu JiaU-oflllluolii, CoiTrlgHtd July v
9, 1877, Under Act of Uongreis.
P. O. BCHUH ,
J. A. UOLD8TIXE
J. J. (iOHl)ON
........ Vice President
....... Medical Adviaer
.... Assistant bvcretary
L. h. TriOMAS.
W. T. PITCH EU,
, 8. McUAHEY.
William Htratton, of Btration Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul (1. Schuh, wholesale and retail drtia
glat: llazen Lstghtou, commission merchant; Jas.
8. McUahey, Innirtor dealer; J. J. Gordon, phye-,
lclau; J. A. tinldstlnc, of doldstlne K Knseuwaler,
wholesale and retail drr gmids, etc: Wm.P. Pitcn
er, geueral agent; Henry H. Ellis, cily printer and
book binder; Chesley liayuee, Cooper; Jno. C.
Wblte, assistant Rerrotary and HoUoltor: Albert
Lewis, dealer to flour and grain; P. llrnss. presi
dent Alexander County Dank ; tl. V. H.ndrlcks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; Tliotuaa Lewis, secretary and nttornev at
law ; L, b, Tbuinus, broom manufaeluror; W. F
Kuesel, contractor and builder; C. T, lludd
agent C. Ht. L. AS. O. rallaoail ;.Mcsi l'ullllps.rar
peDicr; II. A. Chnmhlcy. contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
ltev. J. bpeucer, clergyman, Ht Iuls, Mo.; J. II.
lletbntie, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Cliarle
ton. Mo. ; J. Ii. Monro . lawver, Commerrc. Mo.t
I). Blngletarv, phvalrlan, Arllnirton. Ky.; J. V.
Tarry, phvaiclan, Fulton, Kv.; Win. Hyau, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.; A. 8telnhach, matiuiacturar of sad
dlerv, Evunsvlllo, Iud.;Ike Auderson, sw.retary
to euperlntendent V-Ht. L. A N O. railroad, duck
son, Tenn.; J. 8. Itohertson, phvsli;ln, Whito
vlllo. Tenn. ; Thomas A. Osborn, harness maker,
Hoi War, Ten n. : Wm. L. Walker, ."Dixie Adver
tising Agen 3." Hollv 8orlB. Mis
fSJ w- Tf Great rliince to make mon
I i I I I I ry Tb,oso who always take
I -f I II i I I advanmucof the good chan
111 I J I cos to make tno'icy that are
v 0,ruri.U) K,,n,.rRHy hecomo
woalttiy, while those wbodo,
not improve such chance remain In poverty. We
want many men, women, boy and girl to work for
u rlirlit In their own locnllties. Any one can do
the work properly from tha first start. Tho bus!
ne will pav more than ten times ordinnry wage.
Expensive outfit furnished free. No one whoonga
ges falls to mak money rspldly. Yon can devote
your whole time to tho work, or only your epare
momon', Fnll Information and all that ii needed
sent free, Address Htluson A Co., Poitland, Maine.
A Now and comptoto Ilotol, fronting on Levee
Socond and Kail road Stroeli,
Tb PaMongor Depot of (ho Chlcaeo, St. Lout
an' ewOrleani Illinois Contrail Wabash, Ht.
Lnul and Pad lie; Iron Mountain and H"U thorn;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ht, Louis Hallway
are all just across tbe street: while the Steamboat
Landing Is lint ono siiuaro distant.
This Hotel I heated by steam, ha steam
Lanndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Hell.
Automatic Plro-Alarms, Ilaths, absolutely pure air,
perloct sewerage and Complete appointments.
Huperb furuiRblnga) porfeot ervloe; andannn
I j. V. PAUKKIt OO.Joe
W THIltTY DAY'S THIAL.
Wo will send Dr. Dye' Oolebratnd Electro-Volta?
to Belt and other Electrlo Appliance on trial for
80 day to young men and other person afflicted
with Tfervmn Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaran
teeing speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Kbetimattsm, Neu
ralgia. Paralysta, Llvor aud Kidney difficulties,
Huptures, and many other dlseasua, Illustrated
Saropblet sunt free. Addru VolUlo Belt Co.,
tf f r a week Iu your own town. 95 outfit
W I' I' free. No risk, everything new, capl
Ik I 1 1 Oil not required, we will furnish you
fill J II everything Many are making for
TT tune Ladle make as much as men.