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In AnHrewn' IVarl Bakintil'owdcr. 1 l1
lively PURE. lii.iiiKi'tMl(iroi,iiiiltosliini)iiiiils
rmd'vod Ironi Kin h ohimih-NiiNH. Iiniui Jliiys, llo.
ton; M. IXdiifoiitalno, of I'lileuu-o; and (iiislnvius
Bode, Milwaukee. NiwrwiM in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO. ,
4& Mtchwiu A v. 2S", & Wiiter
Kvury Cursi'l U vviin iiuleil r.iitiu
fiwlorrto itrt weiiror m i vei j' uy,
or tliu iiimii'V will I"' r I'lii'lnl l.v
tho prnon from whom it wiiti Uniiihl.
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CHIf VtiO COKSLX ., t lilnifco. HI.
A Story About Lincoln.
While oiliciiillv resident in Washing
ton during the lute war, says Kx-(ov-ernor
Rice, I once bail occasion tc cull
upon rresideiit Lincoln with the late
Senator lleury Wilson, upon an errand
of u public nature in which wo were
mutually interested. In the recognized
order of precedent u member of the
House of lie present ntives, as I then was,
could not in times of pressure for audi
ence with the President gain admittance
so long as there were Cabinet Ministers,
members of the Jiiplonitilic Corps, Sen
ators or Justices of the Supreme Court,
desiring audience with him, and nil ci
vilities must wait their opportunity un
til after members of Congress and olli
ccrs of the Army und Navy, and of the
Civil Service, and others, had had their
turns respectively. Having a joint er
rand with Senator Wilson, I could avuil
of his privilege of earlier ndmission; but
we were obliged to wait some time in
tho ante-room before we could be re
ceived, and when at length the door was
opened to us, u small hid, perhaps ten
or twelve years old, who had been wait
ing for admission several days without
miecess, slipped in between us, mid ap
proached the President in advance. The,
latter irave the Senalor and nivsclf a
cordial but brief salutation, and turn
ing immediately to the hid, said, "And
who ht the little boy?"
Dur'mir their conference the Senalor
ami myself were iipiiiireutly forgotten.
Tho boy noon told his story, which was
iu substance that he had cmue ton asli
ington seeking employment as a page in
tho House of Keprcseiitntives, and ho
wished the President lo civw hini such
an appointment. To Ibis the President
replied that sueli npiioint inciils were
not at bis disposal, nnd that application
must be made to the doorkeeper of the
Houso at the Capitol. "Hut. sir," said
the hid. Mill undaunted, "1 nm a "rood
boy, nnd have a letter from my mother,
and one from the Supcri isors of my
town, nnd ono from my Sunday-school
feaeher, nnd they all Mil mo that I
could earn enough in one session of
Congress to keep my inollier and tho
rest of us comfortable' all the remainder
of the year."
The President took the lad's papers,
and run his eye over them "with that
nonet 'tiling and absorbent look so fami
liar to nil who knew him, and then took
hii pen nnd wrote upon the buck of ono
of them: "if Ciiptain (loodnow can give
a plai n to this good little boy, I shall be
grutilied," nnd signed it "A. Lincoln."
The boy's face became radiant with
hope, ami he walked out of the room
with a step us light us though all the
angels were whispering tlic-i r coneiiitu
lutions. Only after the lad had gone did tho
President seem tit realize Unit a Sena
tor und nuother person had been some
time waiting lo see liim.
Think for a moment of the President
of a great nation, mid that nation en
gaged in ono of the most terrible wars
ever waged among men, himself worn
down with anxiety and labor, subjei ted
to the alternations of success and de
feut, racked by complaint of the en
vious, the disloyal, mid the unreusoii.v
ble, jiressed to tho deeUlon of grave
questions of public policy, uud encum
bered by the numberless und namclcs
incidents of civil and martial responsi
billty, yet able so far to forget them nil
ih to give himself up for the time being
to the errand of a little boy who had
braved an Interview uninvited, and of
whom he knew nothing but that he had
a story to toll of hU widowed mother,
and 0 bis ambition to verve hurl
Tbe BhIj's Photograph.
They were getting the, Imhy'n plturo
taken, ami while, the njieriitor wiw mv
niiulatirir im imprefjinn among his
eheinioiils the Itiiliy h attendant worn
wailing in n tinte-room discussing the
iiriilmliiliiy f tin artist lining full Juslii'o
to his sulijcel; there was the. liahy to
begin wiili - the brighten!, sweetest,
liiiiiiNinix'Nt Imliy in the world -its father
tun! niuilior very young mul very proud
of Imliy--its gi'anilinofiier, who never
took hoi' eyes from its angelie I'oiinten
r.ni'1', its nneles mid mints and cousins,
and sovortil unrelated iiersonnge.s, to
whom the grunt privilege of seeing baby
have its lii'ht pietnm taken, was vouch
safed. When the jihotooniph nuin ciuno
out of his tlcii very much smirched,
with n piece of hlnck glass in his hum!,
wilh several spots on it intended for
eves, iiim1 mid moiiili und a pudgy out
lino of round checks, each one gned ut
it with :iuc mid udniinition.
"So liko the little diirlin!"
"TIip sweetest tiling I ever suw!"
Isn't it porfeelly wonderful, his very
expression - so wise und and sensible!"
"One doen, oiihinet size.!" said tho
ouno; father in a bii.siuess-liko lone.
Ie could huve hiiffoed the photograph
e.r, llw! bnby und nil Hip company, ho
was ho proud; but a man does not liko
to express all he thinks, so ho kept
Thru they sipieo.ed the baby Heveral
hundred times, put on his cloak and
mittens mid a comforter, and moro com
forters, nod an a fo ha ii and Ic'imh,
mid when ho looked like a littlo Ks(iii
inau they all lilod alter him, ono wilh
his earrino cushions, nuother chiij inf
his toy-, mid nil the irsl wilh mimo
bndoe of slavery that belonged to him.
AihIwIio, secino; them, could help suy
ino;: "It's love, love, love that makes
the world o, round;1"
Stianoe love! Strange life! Thn
counterpart of that beaut i fill child hangs
on the wall in a olory of smiling eyes
and ruby lips and innocent, gleeful ex
pression of cherub-likc content, and all
these kindred hearts are racked with
cruelty of possession, while yet it is tho
dearest thing in the world to them. lie
hides the living, breathing baby with
the features that were made in His im
ue, fftis is the veriest mockery; but, oh,
friends, there is no longer any baby-no
cooing, ruby lips, no smiling eyes, no
wise, thoughtful look there are only
hearts that iiche, a homo that is dark
ened, a llower-strewu grave in Elm
wood "The little loy wo usnl to love la dead."
Tiaitsifcw Kvknimi, June 'i'J, 1882.
The wenlher continues very warm find
sluMvciy, with nolhiny to indicate frost or
snow, as predicted by Veunor, for the last
New Hour is on the market in small
lunutilies. The hist shipment arrived yes
The corn ni'irkct id scantily supplied,
owing to high pin es at the north, it is dilh-
cult to obtain shipments.
FLOl'H-Q liet and easy; nearly all
grades too plenty and dull.
HA V - Kcceipts are light but the de
mand is very small.
CORN--TI10 market is firm, Btocks
small and demand good.
oa 1 n 1 ii'iity mul weaK. Prices are
shndyd and unsettled.
M HAL Firm and unchanged.
HHAN-Plenty nnd dull.
UUTTKll -Stocks are reduced, and the
demand is increasing!. Prices are a shade
r,(l(lS 'l'lu: market is overstocked for
hot weather; only fresh receipts are wanted.
CHICKENS The market rules firm nnd
demand good fit quotations.
EH LT IT -Apples are becoming plenty
and sell slow. Berries sell readily on ar
SS;ilort ami (ttoLation.s.
NOTE. Tho inlcus hero nivuli are fur sales from
first hands In round lots. An advance Is
cb'tritod for hrokuu lotsin lllilniiorders.
v 1,011 it.
40O Various xiades, on nrduis 5
:n hhls ialetit.
100 I. Ills choice.
inn Mils. Kancy
'1 cars choice timothy
'1 Oin prime.
1 car liner iu
i cars chiitci' uilxed, in bulk 011 Uaik ..
i his eh. il, 1' wliite in hulk., ,
I ears 1 Iiiiiiv mixed In )n I If ,
a cms mixed In bulk
I cars choice In bulk on track .
J ear lulled In bulk
cms UlUed In sin ks del
1 It' ll, 111 I 1)11 ...
t,l bills Pity 3 ',1,'xiJI 1.0
K'Ul bids I'lly .
,vi (iouii l sirb 1 1 v clmlcu Nottluiru.
nun iiouhiU Southern llllliiils
Im ioiiiiis chiilce nortlieru mckcd 'JO
,'iiki jiuiiuda .Northviu lSi'-l
0 OlKlt Oil
roo' mlxiirl ami bun.
ill coui choles hens
'i cooj) cboltiu jouiiif
4v ' rrmim ld'd ltmiliHl'iti 'i
4li cmUa bUck liutrieit 'i '"
ii rKHim chiirruiH ...I! W'l'i T.'i
lf0 IlllXBH. Mllllloi tWl(,'JI
an ciimiiii Muck rnepliorru'i t (Hi
l.'lO hoxi'.l (lllKI'llBD a uo
I Nl!W pOtKlOUfl HT Mil. Mlllllll"U.
DIIHII IIHHUIB i
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3 linyhfl "
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I.viiionn i:Iiihcc por inn....
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Dill El) KKUIT.
Ci'iirhcf ,iiul vr mul i nurl.or i"
II 1 1) ICS
I'ulf, 1 1 mil
511 ;l (Nl
llrciiii Sul 1
Shi'ioi IVIIh, ilrv ..
rilieop Ii ltd, urui'ii.,
I'onimoii I ,u tin $ ; ini
Uooil Iiikh -i WW 4 IU'
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11AT1CS OK FIlltHMIT
Mo' pliiiv. .
V II 'llllllH,. .
To 'lit1, A Itei ativc and Cathartic.
Simmons Liver llcgulntnr, purely vege
table, is not unpleasant to tho tunic. Il Is
the medicine generally used 111 the south
to arouse trie torpid liver to healthy action
It cures malaria, biliousness, dyspepsia,
headache, constipation and piles. The no
tion ol the Regulator is free from nausea or
griping. It is most cllective 111 starting
the accretions ol tho liver, causing the bile
to act ns a cathartic. When there i3 an ex
cess of bile in the stomach, the Regulator
is an active purge; alter the removal of the
bile, it will regulate tho bowels and impart
vigor nnd health to tho whole system.
"Linimky'r I5i,oiiiHicAuciiicii" the great
medicine for fever and ague, malaria, and all
blood poison. Don't fail to use it.
"How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?" "I alwuyB have Parker's Ginger
Touic handy " was the reply," and thus
keep myself nnd family in trood health.
When 1 am well I always feci good uiitured.
See other column.
A Cicneral Stainpeile.
.Mover was such a rush made tor any
Drug Store as is now at Oeorge K. O Tiara,
lor a trial bottle of Dr. Kings ftew Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
All persons affected with Asthma, Uron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe CougliH, or any
iiflection ol the Ihroat nnd Luni;s, can tret
alrial bottle ol this great remedy lice, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Dll. K I. INK'S (illKAT Nnuvu RksToIIKII iB
the marvel of the age for all nervo diseases
All (itsstopiicd free. Send to 9;il Arch
street, Philudolpiu, Pn,
To regulate the liver, stomach, nnd bow
els all you need is "Sellers' Liver Pills.'
Take them and see.
1 1' Lit up hy Fine Tcetli
the iiliiineot face becomes attractive. Al
though ordiiiuiy dentilriccs prove ineffect
ual to whiten and improve tlm health o
the teelh, Snodoiit is adeiiuntu to tho task
and does it thoroughly, besides hnnishincr
lrom the breath an othiisivo smell. Tcetli
stroii;lheiied and puriliml by Sozodont ate
not only whiter but chew, better tliunolh
crs. As the teeth improve through its
use, catine, beiomes a dcliohllul indul
gctice instead of a penally.
A Couuli. t old or Sore Tlii imt
should bo stopped. iNeeJect freitientl ro
sultii in an Iuciiialue Ltuii; discuso or on
tiumptioti. Drowns Rronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like couh syrups
ami Dnlsains, mil net directly on the mtlam
ed parts, allayinp; irritation, yivu relief iu
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coiiirhs, Cularih, nnd
the Thnx't Troubles which Sineers and
Public Speakem are subject to. Kor thirty
years Brown's Hronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and alway
Hive pertcct salistactiou. IiKviiiL' been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire neneiation, timy imVu nttainod
well-iiiented rank nniuno; tbo few stapl
renieoicH 01 me age. Sola at 'Jj rents
Allen's Brain Food positively cures hitv
oiisnesH, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative, ort;ans. fl. 5 for fi. AH
druejgiHtg. Pend tor circular to Allen'i
rharmucy, ai5 Fust Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay liros.
Chills ami Fever.
H i 111 tm ii h I Ivor Iti KU
I Hi or moll lunik H tl ti
1 1 m mid riurit'H tlm
flavor nut ol tlu'tiyMluiii.
II ruri'M when nil oilier
V t Hit) ri'llrf ar.il curu
Of HllH (llHlrUHHilllf (111)'
iiiH,. uhu S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n h Liv
Ijiilnlnr will piiKllivily euro lliln Ic.rlliltf
Wu HHHi-rl i iiipliutii ully wlml we kuow to
olioiilil nut lie reuiinlcil iih 11 trllliiu; ailment. N
lure ileiniinil" the iitinont reimlarlly of tilt) lioveln.
Tlieri fore ii.shIhI intliirti liy liikinu Hiiiiiiioiih Liver
Ui'unlutor. It Im IniruileHH, mild it 11 (1 i llectuul.
One or two tulileepoonfiilH will relievo nil tbo
lrouiiK'9 inr lilent to h lillioiiB Htate, mien ah Nairnim
DizzlneiM', Drowsiness, Distress iiltur eKlliii!, a bit
ter Imil li'i-te in tlie moiitli.
MA LA II I A.
lYieoim may nvnlil all iiltai ks by oeciislonslly
Itikiim' a ilose. of Siniinoiis Liver Itennh'tor lo keep
t lie liver iu lieallliy iu Hull .
HA 1) PI i MAT! I!
L'eiii riilly uriniiiL' from a illsorilereil stoinach
lie corrected liv tiihlni; Slniiiions Liver
.1 A UN I HO P.
SlniiiioiiH Liver Keejilut r snoii eradliiites tills ills,
ruse I'roiii tlie H.,stein, leaving tliu skill eliur and
free lioiu all iinpiiiilius
Childn n siilTerlnir wilh folic mn experlenru r'
lii l wlieli SiniinoiiH Liver Ki'i!Ulalor Is adniliilstDr
ed. AilullM also durlvii I'reat lieiielll from tlitu
medlf ine It is not iinpleiiHant; it is liuriuleua
and etleelivi). Purely veni talilu.
P L A I ) 1 I'J 1 i it K 1 ON E YS
Must of I lie diseases olllie bladder ordinate from
those ol the kidneys. Iteslore, tint action of tlie
livir lullv miiiI holli I he kidneys and bladder will
I ttrTalo! oiilv the genuine, which always Uns on
the wrapper Ihe red '. irade murk and signature, ol
iJ. 1 1. Z MI LIN & CO.
Forsiilu by all (liiiwlsts.
PiiinSCiiiuiot St. 'iv Whuff
It Is PsL'd.
inatisni is ciirid by
A lnmebnck o'eiu.it years sluiidini; was positive
ly cured by ft' I cents worlh of
Common sore throat is cured ilh one doc of
THOMAS' KlT.El'TI'IC OIL.
Couple' ai d culds nn cured by
T1I0M Art' El'LKCTItlf OIL.
All throat und I u 111; diseases are curort by
THOMAS' Kl'LEcriUC OIL
Asthma Is cured by
THOM AS' KCI.Kt'TWC OIL.
liiinu und frost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' ECLfcCTUIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Pi ice Tide, nnd $1
.V0STER, MILIIl'UN & CO., Pi'op'rs.
Hnflalo. N. Y.
J&in YOU It CAPITAL
tiivi'.;toiH of niniill and nipiliimi
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Stis'ks lis fully loeteeteil us loost
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Our RniieeHHlul, inlly triud.olil ea
t:ilili.;lieil ilan. Try II. ltoHiitii
sent weekly, ill vUUuhIh paid inont li
ly, Heinl ut onoo for exilamitiry
cii-eulnr iiml past record, kiikk.
J 1 v 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 I s 1 111 Id UiirinupaHt thirteen
looiilliM on this fiiml .f'.ii.7l per
Hhioii. AihlreKS I I.F:m,MI; Si
MI KKIAX, HI & 113 JLiiSJullo
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