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B. A. BURNETT,
"ONLY A MINES.''
A Sketch from Life.
Trrgozo in a pleasant litllo Cornish
village overlooking the "Western Soa."
Every thing there in rough anil stony,
anil even the inhabitants urn to all ap
penranoo as rough and stony asjtheir na
tive rocks, but underneath those slaty
field- lies the rich vein of metal, ami in
those rough Corninh heart is a vein of
human feeling and Christian churity
far, far purer than much that pauses as
such in the fashionable world, where
tinkling bells daily summon rich dowa
gers to church in their gorgeous char
The children of Trogozo were tripping
lightly to school after their holidays,
along'the hard, blaty paths. It was in
deed, with no "creeping liko snail un
willingly to school" kind of motion on
this occasion, as all were full of expecta
tion, almost of joy, for they wi-ru to
have that day a new mistress, one whom
they all knew, and who had, in fact,
been one of themselves.
Margaret I'owhole had ln-en born in
Tregoze, wherehe had nttended the
school, tirsi n- pupil, and tlo'ti as pupil
toacher. Thence she had gone to tlio
college in London, and a vaeancv hav
ing occurred, she hud Ix en appoint' d
mistress down there in her own uativt
village. Her father had worked there.
man and boy, in the Tregoze mines for
upwards of forty years, and In still eon
tinned to follow this line occupation
The children, therefore, all knw M ir
garet. Their memories of her " urc pleas
.nut, and hence they tripped joyoujly i
school, where they admired tlftr new
mitres.s, who, iu their eyes, was cer
ttsin'y a a leaned as the curate. anH
ii'iiio-it hs wlie as the vicar, t -idt-s In
itio as pretty as a princess, Wl-fii tl-t .
thi'rcfoi'O, returned home a', mid-day,
many were the eM'lai.'iations of, "Imi'I
she pretty?'' "Isn't she nice?" and so
on, among the youngsters; which ex
clamations generally called forth froic
the old people the reuiaik, "I hope thee
wool g-t vorrard i' thy laming, 'cau--tinies
be very hard for us poor volk."
Many others k'sid'-s the school-children
were in love with Margaret, for she
had budded into woniandood bine she
had left Tregoze, and now her beauty
had taken the young men by surprise.
Kor some timo Margaret found it fni
from agreeable to have so many admir
ers, but by dint of good management,
by the falling otl'of those w ho felt they
had "no chance," and through othr
circumstances, her circle of avowed
adorers became ruduced to two -Joseph
Tregoar and Tom Tolglazo.
Jtoth of tun, joue.g men were receiv
ing good wag'-s in the minr, Ntvl had
opportunities of rising to higin-r posi
tions as inspector-, and so forth; both,
too, were steady, and had saved a little
money. It was long, however, before
Margaret herself made i krown wo.-h
of them ehe preferred; in fact, so f;ir,i,
that goes, neither could for a lot;g tine'
boast of tho smallest favor, Other girls
called Margaret a tlirt. bi.t in this i
w ronged her. The simple fact was that
Margaret, not yet tired of being her own
mistress, endeavored so to order het
ways that neither Joseph Tregear, Tom
I'olghue, nor any other sni'or, might
have tho slightest reason to he y un
of a rival.
Tregear, however, hail the good sense
to see that neither ho nor l'ol glaze wa
nearly so well educated as Margaret,
and ho well understood that it is a bad
onion when the husband h as to look
up to tho w ife in the matter of learning,
lie, accordingly, bought Ixmks, and be
came an earnest miduight rdudent. In
(act, he tried in every way to render
bimself Margaret Powhele's .'p:il.
Tom Tolglaze, however, lovpd the f :i ir
fcachor not a w hit less than his rival,
but h was formed in a rougher mould
Jlo scarcely noticed tho change iu Tre.
gear; but, if he did not, Margaret I'ow.
hole did, and she was highly gratified
'"Soseph." said she to him, one ervu
ing, when ho catuoto ask hr to take a
walk, "you seem much changed lately,
you arc as little like a native of Tregoze
' "In what way, Margaret?"
"You have lost that twang, and jou
aocm to know something about the
(front world. Do you study?"
!'Yos; 1 sit up every night to read, 01
to work mathematics."
'Why? What do you want to he? A
"Margaret, I study only to be m.uv
liko you; I love you will you"
"There! Joseph Tregear! you study
to bo liko me? I am mini 1 never 't
you tho example of talking nich rub
bish! Ah, ah! Cood-by!"
So saying, off she tripped into the
uoimo, to his iutonso discomlitnre
But was Margaret any the niorc hap
py than tho lover sho had left so dlscon
olate in tho etreotP That evening het
parents noticed a great change in her.
out could not discover tho cHii.se, She
did not talk, nor take any food, but
oon retired to her own little room,
complaining of a headache.
")o I love him?" she nui'd red. when
alone. "1'oor fellow! ho Mudies hard
for my take to be invro worthy of ine,
1 'suppose he call" it. All. Jo.-eph! why
1'lld I leave you o abrupt!)? Wli.il a
(Viddy, v.oiihl'si thing I am!" 'i'hat
night she could not isjeep until she had
decided upon a future course of action,
Tho next day, being Saturday, Mar
garot spent nt home in household cares,
' which sho shared with her motln'f, but
she scarcely spoke a word all day, In
th evening sho went to the draper'
anrj bought a few ribbons and other lit
do 'articles, for thorn was somo object
now In being pretty.
On Sunday 8ho"appnared In church
droned with more thau her usual care,
and aha may bo forgiven if sho w as not
unite so attentive to tho sermon as sho
should have been, for there nt a dis
tance sat Joheph Tregear, lookni'.' a I
her with his gru.it blue cje.i, making
her blush, and inspiring her witli ii,,t
dciirc of winking through the floor.
On leaving the porch, :i(i-r dismiss
ing her flock, Margaret found Joseph
Tregear and Tom I'olglaze pretending
to read the inscriptions on the tombs.
At tho. sound of her step Toni nuscd hU
head and advanced with a friendly nod,
whilst Joseph remained .still, but H"l
those gicui blue eyes on her.
"flood-morning, Tom," said she, in
diil'cronth ; "how are ou?"
I'olglaze was replying as the ncared
'J'regear, when Margaret itif;pvtl. Tre
gear slid held llick. trembling in his
heart, and appreheusivi! of his rival.
Margaret, however, was so apparently
calm that he was beginning to think het
heart as hard as her native rocks, w hen,
nodding an adieu to I'olgl 1,", she very
naturally and very ipiieily put her hand
oil Tregear ' arm, Hint said:
"I am very sorry I kept you waiting;
I can now only ipare you half an hour
for a wnl't."
U was the lir,-t i'me sin? had ever
shown a picluienee, aud I'olglaze notv
knew that he, too, "out of tiie race."
His face changed to uu asheit hue, and
he tottered oil' with dejected looks, but
with clenched iH,
Trege.ir .sipier zi-d the small hnud that
had he n so unexpectedly put. on his
arm, and led Margaret awav for the
promised walk, which, it 11 ( scarcely
he pai l, was iineonsejuti-ly lengthened
into an hour. When Margaret once,
more arrived under her parents' roof it
va- not a' that she rame. Il-uro
forth, anoiln-r had also a rigiit to join
T ivcar knew the price Ihat miiit bo
paid for Marfan t'- love. He knew that
rolglrtzc would not giv e her up wit hour
a ceite-'. .Nd' w ris it long-before tliu
ball in was coiium-uced, lor that very
evening, Tregear '( leaving the
hou.-e i.f 1 in- l'o iie'.en, lie was attacked
bv his riv!il With iit in it was Imt a
word and a blow.
"Joe T rehear, vou've
steps, an I now I'll be revenged on
So raying, I'olglaze struck a blow
which would have felled an ordinarv
man. but Tregear w as quite a match
for him, and the two fjiight long and
desperately, until separated by the rural
xilieeniau, Who tMPvitenol tliom wnn
Of course Margaret was one of tho
first to hear of the lett'lo, Distressed
twyond measure, s'nwent to her lover's
parents, where she found him in :t most
unpresentable condition. A few words'
soon explained the position of alVairs.
whim Margaret burst into tears and
blamed lu rsell lor showing her prefer
ence so stupidly.
'"Margaret," replied her luver. "do
not take it io heart. I'd rather he tight
ing him again than see jour tear-."
"Leave n.e alone a minute. Lt ne
"Yes, dear heart3'' aid Mrs. Tregear,
"don't ye lake on in thi, way. These
tlnnmn sie regular Tighten-; but this
Tom I'olglaze is th mortseioiisest
lighter that ever I r :."
Yes, Margaret, that's true. I know
that the ilav I gained jour love I should
lind an enem'. but cheer up, cheer up'
i f .lie y he v ill iuit attack me again in a
hum, for I know he d'H not nt this
niotni-tii 1'Hik a bit hand-outer than I
And so ,Hving. he laughed the matter
li-liu. aav, until Margaret too began
to -nii'i- through her tears.
On the following day. when the two
rivals vei, t to the mine, their appoar
aie caused many jeering and con
leinptnoiis remarks, for the tinmen were
in hopes of goading thein 011 to renew
the battle. I'o'.glaze had, however,
found an ad . -r-ian worthy of his strong
arm, and ua not so ready to strike the
first blow as he Imd been the night be,
f re. lie. contented hime!f, therefore,
with doubling hi lists ;md saying that
he time id vciiio'ii'T wiiuld come.
Months passed, awav, however. Tro
goje recovered from its unwonted ex
citement, and matteis look their usual
course. The mines vcni worked, old
seams were used up, nnd new veins
opened out: but, though the battle had
not been renewed, Joseph Tregear and
Toui I'olglaze had not yet shaken hands.
At length a nw shstt was to be
openod, and the two young men, being
tho steadiest hands in the mino, were
selected for the operation. There they
(oiled together for few weeks without
exchanging a w ord, and there they were
alone, far from any other workman.
Murgant w as wretched, but to all her
supplication Tregear still said that he
Jsd no fear. In tier distress she spoke
to I'n! gl.ve and usked him to snake
hand-wiih 'fit gear. II" refused, but
he pressed bis rough hands to his tem
ples and said. "I loved you then, I love
ou now, its much or mote than Joe
A day or two af ht that, both men
were again at work together, nnd silent
as death in their solitary shaft. They
were .suddenly startled by a falling
stone. A few lumps of earth then camo
tumbling down, and the whole shaft
seemed lo (rem bio,
The works wero giving way. Tho
two men looked at one another for a
moment with blanched faces. It was
the first time they had looked into one
another's eyes' since that fatal day, ex
cept to dart glances of scorn nnl hate.
They ran lo the kebble aud gave the
signal lo be drawn up. They were
lunching one another now, their hands
almost clasped together on tho rope,
Their very breath seemed to inter
mingle. It was terrible after such a
course of hate io bo brought together
under these circumstances, As they
were both shouting to ho drawn up, the
rope tightened and straiuod, but tho
kcbblo would not move, Moro nurth
now fell, but still tho kebble remained
at the bottom of tho nhaft. Whilst
shouting louder and louder for help, tho
terrible truth flashed through their
minds that there was puly one man ut
the windlass, and that ho' ttlouo was un
able to raise thciu both, and all this
time the tduift was trembling and earth
utnl stones fulling.
As thev stood' there in tho kebblo,
their bislles and hands touching, and
glancing lulo 0110 another's eyes, tho
awful thought came to tbem both in nn
instant that onoof thuin rgust dio must
dio to save tho othcr-hU rummy!
One of thrtn must dio but who
f should It bo?
They again looked at ono auother,
and llictv was nn eternity In Ibe glance.
Then one of thorn let go the rope and
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1883.
dropped out of the kebble, which'imino
ihaielv liegan lo
ho was it?
was Tom Vol-
"Tell Mnrg'ct," he shouted, as tho
kebble rose above his head, "tell Mar
g'et I did it to save her pain to savo
von whom she loves! I forgive jou!
but bo sunt aud be good to "
The shaft gave way, and nothing pre
sented itself to Tregear' s gaze but a
mass of slnto and rubbish. Tom I'ol
glaze wa in eternity, as noble a soul ns
ever died for any cause that is dear to
man; as devoted as any marl) r, as gen-erouH-souled
as any patriot though
only a poor miner
It was long before Joseph Tregear
d Margaret l'o whole recovered from
10 shock, lliev mourned tno oravu
doad as a brother, and a neat little
stone, overlooking the village church
yard, long afterwards reminded the tin
men of 'J regoze of tho noblo doed of
solf-eaoririesj of a hero wdio was oue of
' Douglas Jarrold's Sayings.
My friend, the lato Sain Phillips, 0110
day met Douglas Jerrold, and told him
he had seen, the day before, Payno
Collier, looking wonderfully cay nnd
well ouito an evergreen. "Ah," mid
Jerrold, "he may be evergreen, but he's
never read." Ou my repeating this to
Hicks, ho smiled ami saio, "Now that's
what I. call 'ready wit.'"
Jerrold was in France, and with a
Frenchman who was enthusiastic on
the subject of tho Anglo French Alli
ance. Ho said tint he was proud to see
tho Euglish and French such good
friends nt last. Jerrold Tut! tho best
thing I know between France and Eng.
land is the sea.
A very popular medical gentleman
called on Jerrold ono day. When the
visitor was about to leave, Jerrold, look
ing from tho library window, espied his
friend's carriage. Jerrold What, doc
tor! I 800 your livery is a mea-de turned
up with scarlet fever.
Tho law's a pretty bird, and has
charming wings. 'Twouhl be quite a
bird of paradise if it didn't carry such
a terrible bill.
One of the "Hooks and Eyes" was
expatiating on tho fact that ho had
dined three times at the Duke of l)t-v-onshiru's,
and that on neither oeeaion
had thoro been any ti-h a table. "I
cannot account for it," he added. "I
cau," said Jerrold; "tliovnio it all up
A friend -let us say llarlovy --was de
scribing to Jerrold the story of his
courtship aud marriage bow his wife
had been brou 'lit up in a convent, and
was on the point of taking the veil,
when his presence burst upon hor en
raptured "ight. Jerrold listened to the
end of the store, and bv wsv of com
ment, said, "Ah, sho evidently thought
Harlow better than nun.1
t a meeting of tho lit.rarv geuile-
nu n a t,irnpoWon for the establishment
of a newspaper arose. The shares of
the various perons who were to be in-
trcsN'il were in course of arrangement,
w hen an unlucky printer suggested an
absent liUi rnt.cur who was ns remark
able for his imnrudcr.ee as fur bis tal
ent "What!" exclaimed Jerrold;
"sbaro and risk with hiru! Why, 1
woulilu t lie partners witri nun in an
acre of I'aradise!"
Jerrold was seriously disappointed
with a certam book written by one o:
his friends. Tho friend hoard that Ji r
rold had fix pressed his disappointment.
Friend (to Jerrold) I hear you said
whs the worst book I ever wrote.
Jerrold No, I didn't. I said it was
the worst book anybody ever wrote.
A gentleman who enjoyed the repu
tation of dining out continually and
breaking bread with the refinement of a
gournient, onco joined a parly, which
included Jerrold, late in tho evening.
The diner-out threw himself into a chair
and exclaimed, with disgust. "Tut! I
bad nothing but a mean mutton chop
for dinner!" Jurrold Ah, I see; you
dined at home.
Jerrold and some friends were dining
in a private room at a tavern. After
dinner tho landlord appeared, and, hav
ing informed tho company that the
house was partly under repair and that
l:o wss inconvenienced for want of
room, requested that a stranger might
be allowed to take a chop m a separate
table In tho apartment. The company
assented, and the stranger, a per'nof
commonplace appearance, was Intro
duced. He ate his chop in silence; but
having tjuishod his repast, he disposed
himself for those forty winks which
liiako the sweetest sleep of gourmets
Hut the stranger snored so loudly and
inlmrmonlously that conversation was
disturbed. Some g"iitleincii of the par
ty tmw jarred glasses or shuffled upot;
the. floor, determined to arouse tho ob
noxious sleeper 1'ivseiitlv the strangci
started from his sleep and to his legs,
and shouted to Jerrold, "I kuowjnu,
Mr. Jerrold; but you shall no.t make :s
butt of me'" "Then don't bring youi
hog's he id in here!" 'M the prompt
No American Girl Would bo far Forget
Roino and her best girl friend, Pansy
Perkins, wero standing in tha conserva
tory of Costoliir Castle this dreary after
noon, when tlie ikiea wero overcast
with sullen-looking cloud whoso pres
ence foretold a coming storm. They
bad been friends from youth, notwith
standing that Fansy had a Boal-skin
aequo two winters before. Tuoirs was
Indeed a deathless affection.
"Have you scon 'Daniel Kocliat'P"
asked Pansy, suddenly changing the
subjnet of conversation. ,
"No," replied Keino. "What is it
"Oh! It's lovely, A man wants to
marry a girl, and sho loves him terribly.
Thoy aro married by tho magistrate,
and then tho girl wants to havo another
ceremony iu tn church. Tho uian ro
fuses because ho is an infidel; but final
ly says ho will do as she likes. Then
the girl says alio won't havo him at all,
and they part Tcty miserable,"
"Tho girl refutes to murry him?"
auks Koine, Iu haggarod tonus.
"Why, yes; sho refuses utterly."
"Where Is the action of this play lo
cated I'" "
"Ah?" says Rolne, a sigh of relief es
caping her, "I thought uo American
girl would so far forgot herself. CWca
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Chief Justice of Georgia."
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ri'divm ilile, minii-es.ttOI", irun-'ViuMe. A Hlnblei e.
nvpundeiil wand it 1,1 every inwn. SiwIhI luilm einenl.
t - Hauaiorv ( iri-iilitr nt rne. Adilrr-.ll. E. Kin'IHUi
i:C., 117 ti liSUtsitlluSuOUlUAliO, U.U
INJECTION, la lKultive. enrn fnr.ll Wladjarifea.
Stinln, 8miirtlti(, Blu Hmnfi:l euaalioue ol Ui
III aVWAAWlAV 1 AAtJUAUJJW
I II fit I flf rrlxjtUe. Foranlaby alldrtia-.
I II "ll.V.vliirlatii.oroeiilbrFittirpaa on re-
Ml 17S.rull?7AyniirDorat. OIHOIKNATI
OHIO. riaaaiDntiiM 101 ppor, a m
NEW 90-p. BAND CAIALO0UB FO.a
1483 8RNT FREE W any a-ldr-i.. 180
imtiofnof all klndiof BRASS, OtHMAJI
SILVER aud KEED luatrumanu, togathei
with full lnitrurtiona for forming BnJi,dt
Tlnion aid claaalflcatloQ of iuatrumauta
WHAT and HOW to .urrhai terma for
(old orallfer Jilatlug, rei-alrlng, Ao. Wlllalao
aeud, If dwlred, our dlamt and Orchutru
G'uidt, M p. Iati.it popular muale. Addmar
THE HOOT 4 SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAQ0.IU
AMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our ranor other Fluotro-Oa vanlo and Mag
Appliance! and (tnrraeoia arc InfaluahU. tod a
our lor Nerroua liebllitr raraljln, t-'plleper. Rbtuma
turn, Overworked ttrain. Eibauailoo or Loni of Vital
I:nerar. Weak liack, Kidney Lnaeaae. J.urut, Llrar and
htomaoh Comiilalnii. and ara adapud to tITBtl
CX, The applla.snn are tbe t-rr latt Imprond
and entintlr differeut from baila and all othera, a thf
poalOvelr generate oontlntioua rurrprjte irltbout aolda,
caualng no auras o.-r Irrua'ion 0! tbe akln-oaa b
worn at work ai woll ,-a real, and ana onlr nulloeiibla to
th wearer. Tha power l rfr"late.i ao ai to meat tb
dttterest ataiiea of nil dlreAaeii eire Elactrls aod
Magnetic tree' mnt I of berent 1 hot tor
CURt IMPOTENCY, ScmiNAi. WEAKNES3. LflST MgOOO, AO
They Cura when all f't.a tK. 0'" ITAatraWd
Pamphlet aen I 1 tr teii ou receipt ot ttoeata
ooetage, oraM.-urbiy wnped, trH-,
Howard EiMtro Maguetli; Inaoloa. rerralr by mall,
AMERICAN CALVANIO CO.,
3 1 2 N. eth St.. 8t. Louis, Mo.
Titr! II l..tlV.
1 i" t r WW, !.- . r 4 .
LiaV - w
r.3 1 onipieie II itel, froiiiire on l.,.,,
sproijj nnd KailroiiJ Strei,
'I'd Vae.n?pr IV not ot tlm Cbli an. si Konie
ai"' ,tu OrU-aua; Iiiiuul1 C cutral; Va!mh, hi .
l.uuia ami 1'iulfic; Imu Mountain and. Sontliuru,
ilolille Ktid Utilu; , uir 1 and St. I.onis Kiuiwa.vr
are all Just acrona the eiroi-t: whllo tho Meanilio'ai
LttU'lini! ie but ouo fjuare dlatnnt,
Thi llotel la heated by at nam, haa eteam
I.HUtutry. H.rrtroullc KlBvatur, Klvrtrlr 0 .11 Delia
A'HoinniK' Klrc-Alaruia. Baiha, nhauhmdy pui4 air.
perte- t eewerat'e end complete appolutnientH .
sjujierb fiiriilfLtiifca; porl'oct eivice; aud n lit,
Ij. P. PAHKK.lt fV
"p-ot)lear.al aob ibe look-
Mont for iba'.rea lo InrreaMy
1 tUtir rain inns, and In time
W Ortrt ... ().. ..I.. ..A ...kA
w, ",it n 111, , iiii.w uu
ilo Dot liiipr.,vo ih-lroppof
tnnltiea r. nialu in poverty.
We 11 rt'er a treat cliaiica to rhakn nioney. ve want
mini men. woirpin, hoye und flria tn work for u
rlht In 'heir owu locality Anv one run do tun
work p-op, .. ! i tlietfiat a'urt. lbs bua tie
will pay in 1 limes orilii'ury wiiea Ex
prneiveou'ti 1 n n i .m.'i! free, No one who um-aL'ea
lal a to make money rap dlv. You can itev, In
your whole tint" In 1 ho vvn-k, or onlr your apu e
innuienta. Kuil I n form-it ion and a'l thal la ne.-ded
feaifre.u, Adtlreaa SiriNSUX & CO. Portland, Mo.
I X V K S T 0 K S
liostrlng Firet claaa
Pnylng Stock cr Bond, yielding
I'fcN I'EK CENT. Pgr annnm, inil orar.
miiy oldnln fult pariiculara. with. lUtafacturv tefer.
,nce and teiM moinala, hv a.Mreaslinf II. BI.AIH.
litl.t,, Kin'l At! t, 4S Consruna St., Hoatno, Slaia.
M' tilloii thi paper.
This elcj ant drawing
it preferrni by tliota
iumi.Ar article, on a
! ount of lit tuprrior
leaulinesa aod putiiy,
tit contain Diilenali
nnlytlut aia beneficial
to ths acilp and hair
Restores the Yuuthlu! Color to Cray or Fidid Hair
Pukert Hair Bslt.im l naeV peifumed and it
wan-anted to prevent Mlmg of the hair and to r
mwe Jjudrufl judiidu.w. hucox & Co , N.Y.
atw. and 1 llivi, at diilin la drug and ncdtctoM,
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by family ot houte.
hold duties try Pakkrk'a (Iisgiir Tonic,
If you are a lawyer, minister or buiineu man e
hauned by mental atrain or anxioua care, do not talc
Intoxicating tumulnti,but ue Paiket't Ginger Tonic
If you hava Conjumption, Dypeieii, Kheimuw
lim, KidnayComnlainli, oranydikOrderofthelunKl,
atonuch. bowela, blood or nerei PAanit'sGiNOia
Tonic will cure you. Ins the Greatest Blood Punhei
And tha Best and Surest Cough Cura Ever Used.
If you are wasting away fruin dissipation or
any rJi.e or weakness and remiiie a atimulant take
Gincsr Tonic at once ; it will invigorate and build
you up from the fi-M dose but will never Intoxicate.
It haa laved hundred of lives: it may aave youra.
CAL'TION l-Itfii.ll snl'illiutes. l'rk.r',OliiToBlcU
rornrxiHd al tbt trnl remedial ,' tin In thoM,wd Ittallraly
did.rinl from rrrrantiom ol jinj.r alone. rVtoJ for drtuUrsa
H kui t Co., N. V. .! ,1ms, at d.sl.r. la 4rui.
cnr.AT HAVING nUVINQ POLUR SI3L
Its in. li and lasung lrn(ranca baa made thia
ctdiglnful pciinme exceedingly popular, Thar
lanotliiuff like It, Insist upon having Flobs
tom colocne and look lor i(natum of
awy aMUa, Any araifttt er aaalar In MrhaM
M saily yne. It aa II tint aim.
LA HUE RAVINO BUYINS tie. Bin.
I I T 1 1 If li 1 1
1 j;:;a7.T1 a
... - - . -
V V tU
1 ! J.rWJ-i
Aak your milkman to
d"llviryour milk In tha
If tbe milk 1 pure the
(.ream can ba aeon In
every Jar. If no cttam
la aeeu, It la not aa It
thou d lie and need four
attention Tha milk la
clouuur. aweuiur aud pu-
. ..'!..... .1. ,1 1.
:i u,:uvt:rt-u iu urj n ar
rm Milk Jar than anv
otuerway. They are naed
In all thelarstecltlea, and
ara adapu d to all cltii a
and prlcna on application
7 J Murray St., Nw York.
aud i' h'iip 1 irmilnra
to W li, WIIITF.MAV
fro ADVIIUTISKKS.-Loweat Kale Inr advert!
X t r In US 1 ynnd newepapera aont Irea. Addreaa
OKO. V. HOWEU.dt CO , in Spruce St., N. Y.
nineesiei Mine avitis piiiim HUE
rAnauna- i-ukua iiic r ll sewitiet
Blood, and wllloomplatelr ehana-e the blood in the n
ilre vin In three montna. Any person who will taka
1 pill earh nlirht from 1 to 19 week mar ba reatnred
toaonnd health, If euch a thin be possible. Buld
rywhere, or eent br mall fnr 8 letter etampa. I. S.
Johnkis & Co., Boston, Mae., formerly liAUg-or, Mr
NothtniK t' norlti etinul ut:
ouru ot aoryful. PimplM, butli, J .ttsr, Ol J flrM,
port fcyt. Mrctirltl Dieoi, CsVturh Lo4tof
Aprwtlte, ffmalt Coinpliinti, in J tn HlsM4
di(s:a4M. U norar full- All l,ti.lit u
o run try sVor kMpr It. IU K. Krllm
' o., frita, HKUbursf li, uti v crT dttlt.
Thoe dwirlna to make money
on small and medium laveituiant
In Krrtui, provnilona and atock
apsHiulutloiia, ooado anbyoperat.
iiiti ou our plan, f rom liny let,
InSl, toiho brtiuoiiUiuo, onlnTee
have been realised ana paid to In
veatoraamottutlng toioveral timet
tlta oristlual lnvetmeLt. Profile
paid first of every month, itlll leav
ttiK tha orlfl.inl Inveataient uiak
ing monev or payable) on demand.
Ks nlanatorv olrnulma nnd ataffl
ttionta of fund W ent frea. U
wan reatwuible auanta, wno will
report on eropa and ititroduo) the
lilan. Liberal oominlaatona paid.
LI r sJU'Wft 9. urnmiu rmmiMtn.
I .ir.rtl.lU Ml sULiliUHnii Morekaato
Major lllork, Chlcaifn.DA
I nam a poniiiri, rnmmly f..r th above illase; by Ira
e thuuaanda of easns nf the wont kind and ef (nnj
11 its err
uu nnvu iwn nirna. in nea. n si rone is m, ra ta
effliurr, tht I will eenrt TWO BOTTLM FKfcE. to-
lolher with a VAM'AHI.K TKKSTISK oil this fliwn,, w
CH. T. A. fa;.Ocl.U, 1st i'eriM.,'N,w Yoilo
While Wn.atliDK with a Fallen Tre a l.nmhr.rman
Htcive Consequential Damagea.
While on a hitntirg exenrt'on In the great coal
and wood reRlon near farbocdale Pa , the writer
met u llllaro Coll, a lumhorman. Acciutomod to
life and labor In the forreat from fariy mnuhood, h"
w a truo K'licht nf ihe Axe. Many a tree bad
falleu htf.iro In riuju airokea, and fleet of raft
had be. tile away to tnsri,et thn (awed product.
Colt la a r.haraeter, an-l if Oeear Wilde la right In
aay'iikj that All mnvemente in nuhluderud labor arc
Rrae.oful, our friend William, atrlpptid for hi work,
aud attacking a tree in Uiihtird I, aasaulted tha
heavy rluorof Kroft da Bcent'a Caat'.o roust har
preeealed n nd ir ib'.e trtr.re
Ona dny, liowew 1 -but let lilni tell tho itory
btiueelf, a tie lold it In me:
"I n nut In ilu wood, you know, trytnj tr
Cart a lorg down a bi 1. Thitking I could get a
hi Iter purchase uu It from ibe lower aide, I tackled
It there with my logrolling hook aud throw my
weight on the b vcr. Hbo Kartell ehe did, but aa
luck would have t, before I could g't out of the
way, eh 0 rolled rght 1 Tor me. II it hadn't been
fur a lot of a m ..II Inane nnd brurk 1 lug In the road
woli h i tried her up. aliu'd acruehvd ine flat. A It
win I got up wii limit a broken bono, but wltb some
mighty bad brult:a "
"Then jou were all rlgh'," aald lila auditor.
"Not by a nlrri od alght, etraneer, I took cold
rhettmotlin aot In, and, If I hadn't heard of BEN
SON'S CAPCINE PORjUS PI.A8TKK8 and
naed 'em, H'a my opinion I ill no Id nevar bar
made auo: her ch pfly. But tha Ciipclus took bold
rinl. k, and I'm nbmit aa good aa new. But theru'a
one thing you kin calkllate ou:-I ahall never
wraa 1 wlib another log unleei I liava tho advan
tage of the ground K ir, ai I told vou before, If It
badn't been for them brnaboe I'd been imaebed ao
yon could a mid me for a door mat."
Tha t'apcine la the thing for rbenmMm. It
doen't keep yon walling The word CAPC1NR
1 cct tn tbe centur ef the go nil '.lie. Price 15 cent.
Scalmry & .'ohnaon. tbemlati, Nsiw Tirk.
FARMER'S SONS ASD DArOIITKRS
Or any Active Mnn ot Woman
CAN M AK liKEU AlON'Tir
Iu ('aeh, working f rthi American Karrer.
Ad 'Irene K A. K. UACKi'.TT, Fl Wnvtie, Ind.
for all Union Holdlora lalPDCICC
dlrnbledtn line ol duty
ot 1 y and
inrteilnp rnlTaaa deiK'rtt'ra
l'HOCintl U. Apply
at oncn. Hand two a-
(Wit 'huii to JjTOPpART A CO.,
419 ( titreot N. V VaUlisgtuu, D. CJ
r luea'ed and praetlral arowcra noeaenl to our
nmllo "I'liiit Mil liirthtr North SieeiU nrx
rosTTi tbecnrller tbelr prmlnet aslll hi'.'
Weoirer Oil sear a full line of bl.itidanl l'litatm-a,
truatoname. vniwnon dryuplandi Ncoteli Fyloand
llliieHtein WbraliWhltssRiieai.inliata; KtnmpeeCalfc
baste, aald to oiiT.',-k earlier than l nrlv Vnrkionr
K.i'.-n . 11 n,i 11 ,,1 ki ,,
Inrfodilnrlaennal to any; nf oulonwed, b'tn
rarmta, pnaa, Ae., kil., a lull Iincnnd birircni
Irvs'J vrwlli nn ,nir nwn fm-ma IVil.l ill. -a
n'uiii r,mr n iiuw i'cui 1 oni mnunarw ino iei, sni.
ivniila Mwayann hnud fur (Spring or Filliwjiur.
!tb Annual f'atelrwiie. .e. T. 3f. ,11 I T U.F,
t. row or, linpoiirriV Jobber, et. I'nul, Jllnas,
A I ssdtnff I.ondnn rkvw
loian evvtatillabra nn
lor 1 bo Cure of
(tally of FrUeiMV, baa wlthmit dnirM trfsml anil enril
mo riw mw mn j ..1,1-1 at.iuK r"."" . ..-- --t
advsta any one wlasiiig c n rs to avlrlresa
M. mMm ., Merar Teak
IE RICH BLOOD!
ft ,niin aouiicra nn
J J aU IM
eaaaimnir eon siirnininnsi n n-. ;
vr a veara' atamling euii-eesOiUv eurnt hr him. iss
haa rubllahad a wnrk nn tlila iliwiase, wiilra he eanl
wild alar dntrlenf hla wwnitwryleure free tn any
. i... ..m ...,,4 ltll aillMMI Anil F. (J. AOlirM W