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I Fatbetio Gratitudo.
I A ' touching incident illustrate the
prtlhoa of pratituilo, ami will help to
mako clear why thoNe who have bout)
iftttcuoil from evil aro so tender towards
A man blind from his birth, ft man ol
much intellectual visor and with manv
ongnging social qualities, found a woman
! who, appreciating his worth, wan willing
to cost in her lot with him and become
I Several bright, beautiful cliildrcn Imv
camo theirs, who tenderly unl cimallj
loved both their parents.
' An eminent Trench Burgeon, while in
this country, called upon them, nnd cy
araining the blind man with much in
tercut and enro. said to him,
"Your blindness is wholly artificial,
your eyes are naturally good, and if I
could have operated i1ion them twenty
years ago, I think 1 could have given
you siglit. It m barely possible that 1
can do it now, hough it will cuuso you
; "I can bear that," was tho reply, "so
you can enable mo to hoc."
. Tho surgeon operated upon him and
was gradually successful. First, there
wore- faint glimmerings of light; then
mora distinct vision.
Tho blind father was handed a rose;
ho had smelt one before, but had ncvet
seen one. Then ho looked upon the
face of his wlfo, who had bocn so true
and faithful to him; and then his child
ren wore brought, whom ho had so often
fondled and whoso charming prattle had
so frequently fallen upon his cars.
I Ho then exclaimed, "Oh, why have 1
seen all of these before inquiring for the
man by whoso skill I have boon enabled
to behold them! Show mo tho doctor."
And when ho was pointed out to him ho
embraced him with tears of gratitude
The old gentleman is snoring tho
more of tho virtuous in his easy-chair.
His youthful grandson rushes to his
mother. "Oh. iua, grandpa is in tho
parlor sleeping right out loud!"
dyspeptic or constipated, should address,
with two stamps and history of esse for
pamphlet, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. V.
WIT AND HDIiIOE.
Wonder if grass widows ever have
The richest men are oftoncst pressed
for money by other people.
Never cry over spilt milk. The milk
man has nlrehdy wa"ted enough water
Literary: "I occasionally drop into
poetry," as the man said when he fell
into the editorial Wii.ste-ba.iket.
People arc for ever talking of laying
pp something for a rainy day, when they
know well enough that it" is tho line
lays that bankrupt the purse.
"Oh, foi a belter half," said tho sor
rowing widower when he found a coun
terfeit fifty-cent piece among his
It docs aggravate a man to think that
while his wife isn't afraid to tackle him
and nearly yank his head off, she is
madly terrorized by a cow that ho can
daso out of the yard at any time,
Tho only great musical jK-rformers
who arc perfectly happy when engaged
to play at private parties are the cornet
IsU. They can easily make noise enough
to drown the conversation.
A man docs his courting in private
and seclusion. John Henry, a.s a boy,
goes behind tho woodshed to suck his
orango. Nut because he Is ashamed of
It, but because he wants it all himself.
"I do love a foolP.' said Ophicleide,
with a scornful glance at his neighbor.
"You conceited egotist!" replied Fog
horn, with southing calmness; nnd the
fight was over before tlie jmlico could
'Never milk while the cow is eating,"
la the advice of a bucolic contemporary.
Judging from the character of much of
tho milk that comes to market, it would
bo more to tho point never to milk while
tho cow id drinking.
A man who eloped with u Wisconsin
wifo left a note for thehusband: "1 have
tooked your woman ; but you are wel
cum to ray lost week's wages, wich I
didn't draw; and I heap that squares
Tho editor of the Sauquoit (N. Y.)
Register suggests that persons sending
in big eggs will please accompany them
by several ordinary-sized ones, not for
publication, but as a guarantee of good
JBedstoads with looking-glasses over
head aro things of tho past- If a man
cannot tell when ho wakes up without
looking in a glass to bo sure of it, he is
in a condition that cannot bo helped by
Sarah l?crnhardt carried a fJrcek
across tho Continent to London, mar
ried him and rushed oil' to Madrid,
where sho is now taking him to tho bull
fights. Tho fragility of Sara's health
prevented a regular bridal tour.
"Aro girls worth anything?" is a re
cent high class conundrum. That de
pends. Some girls are worth $"'250,000
In their own right, audsomegirls aren't
worth a cent of money, and yet their
value cannot bo estimated.
A Texas loy shot at a rabbit with a
rlfio. Tho ball passed through tho ani
mal, killed a sheep, struck a stone and
glanced two hundred yards and buried
Itself in a negro's leg. What's tho uso
of Dr. Carver tryiug to shoot?
It was a mean man and a Chicago ar
tist who announced tho exhibition of a
magnificent pioco of sculpture, "Tho Old
Trapper," and tin n when tho deluded
crowd paid their dimes and went into
the hall showed them a line-tooth comb
' of tho vintage of 1859.
A railroad engineer saying that tho
usual lifo of a locomotive was only thir
ty years, a passenger remarked that
; such ft tough-looking thing ought tolivo
longer than that. "Well," responded
tho engineer, "perhaps it would if it
didn't smoko so much,"
. In tho sweet, balmy, delicious happi
neM ol lovo'l first young dream a youth
Will iOt only Insist on cracking walnuts
), for lib girl, but in picking out the good
v IftiMolL Two years after marriage
,' ' he wf 4 not even let her have tho picker
V e&Ul bo l through.
"Where are you going now?" said
Hatkins, the other day, to his friend
Ixmely, tho widower. "Only to tho
church to Imj repaired," was the answer,
as tho speaker looked lovingly at ono of
the opposite sex who stood at his elbow.
A Methodist clergyman named Way,
of a rather jocular nature and very
cadaverous build, was receutly accosted
by a man. with tho inquiry: "Aro you
Pastor Way?" "Passed away!" was
the response; "bless yon, no! I'm a good
deal of a skeleton, I'll own, but I
haven't quite passed away yet."
Said Itrown, grandiloquently, "I have
no money to give to any of theso publio.
calls. My duty is nearer. I must sup
port those whom I hold dear." "Yes,"
replied Fogg, "I understand. You mean
to say that you aro liko tho Auburn
prison self-supporting, you know."
It is well-known that M. Logouve, who
is such a master of tho art of reading,
wriU's detestably, a hand liko inky fly
tracks. A lady said, spellkintj of him
to one of his colleagues: "Wonderful
reader, M. Logouve, eh?" "Wonderful?
I call him sujernatural; ho can even
read his own handwriting!"
Said Jones, who had just returned
from a visit outside between tho acts,
"O, darling, I had such a fright! It
almost took my breath away!" "Mer
cy!" exclaimed Mrs. J., turning her faco
away; "I wish it hail, John." And John
looked sheepish enough, as he Bhyly in
serted a clove in his mouth.
"Some other folks would deceive you
about these gtxds, but I have jpen in
tho business twenty years, and never
told a lie," said the guileless dry-goods
clerk. "And why do you begin now?"
said the gentlo fair one in front of tho
counter, tus she gathered her draperies
together and glided away.
A Connecticut doctor knows of thirty
two cases where voung ladies have
crooked their legs all out of shape by
wearing high-heeled shoes. Detroit
Free l'rcss. Always go away from homo
to learn the news. There aro not thirty-two
young ladies with crooked wo
beg pardon, our attention is called and
we'll finish this paragraph at another
time Xew Ilnvin Kojidcr.
" 'Tis no use! wo aro now in tho worst
crisis of our history!" said an enthusias
tic young reformer at the family supper
tablo.. "Subsidy nnd Perfidy openly
walk hand in hand!" "Meblw they be
a going to get married, Tommy," put
in the venerable grandmother, "and
that makes things not as bad as they
l(Kk to you. I remember when I was a
girl, anil your grandfather camo a courting-"
Post obit:-Mrs. Malloy "Shure, Mrs.
McGinnis, -an' it's rather poorly yer
looking this morning." Mrs. McGinnis
"Indado, thin, Mrs. Malloy, an' it's
f ood raison I'm havin' to look poorly.
lero'B the postman just been to the
doors to tell me there's a dead letter
waitin' fur mo at tho postollico; an' I
can't fur the life of me think who it is
A dinner-party: Tho youngest gontlo
' man (it is his first visit) lias broken tho
ico at last by inquiring tho name of tho
hostess's little daughter, to which tho
child replied, "Ethel." "And why,
Ethel, do you keep patting mo on tho
arm?" "lieenuso mamma says you're
a mull'" awful pause, during which
tho child strokes him down--"butyou
don't feel like one, you know." Tab
leau. A country clergyman went away on a
visit, and took only one sermon with
him. It wus so mucn praised by tho
congregation of the place that ho was
called upon to preach on tho next day,
as it was a fast day. The preacher rumi
nated the whole night on what he was
to do to rescue himself from tho predic
ament in which ho was placed. Tho
dreaded hour arrived, when he mounted
the pulpit, und with great solemnity
said, "Brethren, some persons have ac
cused mo of advancing propositions to
you yesterday contrary to tho faith, and
of Laving misrepresented many passages
of Scripture. Now, to convince you
how much I have been wronged, and to
mako known to you tho purity of my
doctrine, shall rtjK'U my sermon. So
pray bo attentive."
Best of All."
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Butlalo, N. Y.: Dear
Km My family Las used your "Favorite
Prescription" and it has done all that is
claimed for it. It is tho best of all preps
rstions for female complaint. I recommend
it to all my customers.
O. a. Waterman, Druggist.
I The Practical Pantry.
Helen Campbell says, in Our Continent;
Tho practical pantry should include tho
same features as tho practical kitchen,
light however being less nocessary.
Shelves should lino at least two sides,
but never higher than ono can roach
comfortably standing in achair. Beyond
this point they aro simply lodging places
for (fust. On ono side tlioy may bo not
more than two feet from tho lloor, al
lowing room for a row of wooden buckets
or firkins necessary for sugar, corn meal,
etc.. On tho other may bo drawers at
least three deep, and there should U
possible bo space for tho Hour barrel.
If there can bo also a small tablo on
which cako or desserts can bo tnado tho
mistress will find it a far more comfort
able pliMHi for such work than tho kitch
en. If there is no room for this ita place
can Is) filled by a largo pastry board
fittod with hinges and a rest underneath,
which when not in uso can bo folded up
against the wall and let down as occa
sion requires. A tablo with a drawer
however is most desirable, and this draw
er to hold all the moro valuable email
articles for delicate cookery that in tho
hands of the average servant havo no
place nor mission save as superfluities
for immediate destruction. Hero should
be larding and trussing needles, your,
ball of string, graters and pastry crimp
er, while on shelves above or hung on
nails in such order as best pleases, may
bo all tho tools you best liko in your own
work, tho cako nnd biscuitcutters, gravy
nnd jelly strainers, a Dover egg-beater,
weights and measures and tho many
small essentials fur good and expeditious
work, including your own enameled
sauce-pans and a Scotch frying kettle
with wire basket,
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ii specific. By druggists.
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Nothing In no nupli-awtut, nothing w common as
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CON STIP ATION !
SIIOl'I.I) not bo regarded aa t trifling
allmoul In fact nature demand the ut
most regularity of the bowela, and any
deviation from this demand pave the
way often to aerloua dimmer. It la qnlta
a ueceaaary to remove Impure accumu
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sleep and no liealiu can ne expected
where acoHtivo habit of body prevail
Thie dlatreatlne affliction ncr art moat frequently
Tho disturbance of tho atomacb, arlting from the
Imperfecta dlnoated content, eaneeeaaevcre pain
In the haad. accompanied with dtaacreeble nausea.
and thia conalltutca what la popularly known ta
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Tho rapidity with whlcb patient take on fleah
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It, shaking or trembling of tho bands or body,
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Tho nerrot and muscle become strentbcied, and
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