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u inn, rLuxois fjiiui:si)v mokninh, march 8. m
Col t Ivcneaa,
Impurity of the
Illood, Fever and
and all Disease
ruimi'd l.y I)e
rangeuieut of Liver, Bowels and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISKASEO MVEK.
Bad Uicath: I'ain In the hiile, tumeuines the
pain i fill under the Sh'iuliJcr-LU!c, v.iAjlV.'d for
Khcumsmm ; general lui of apatite; Bowrls
generally costive, S'tnetimcs ahemming with lax;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with cotuittcraMe loss of mrmory, acrompanied
with a painful trntation of leaving undone touictliing
which ought to have Wen (tone; a sliitlit, dry conga
and (liuheil face it sometimni an attendant, often
tnnukrn fur consumption, the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervoui, e:.ry turtled;
le't cold ur burn tig, sometimes a prickly (entatioa
of the kia exists , spirits are low and despondent,
n.l, ahhouh siitunVI that exercise would tie bene
filial, yet one can hardly wnmion up fortitude to
Irv it in fact, dittnikis every remedy beveral
of the above symptom attend t''e c.ise. ' caiea
have occurred when but fiw of them eotd, yet
eiaiu n..tiun after death hat ihown Hie Umr to
have been txuiulvely deranged.
It ilinuld bo uaed by all portions, old nad
young, tilienever any of the above
Peranne Tntvellne or Living la fn
healthy I.oratlUen, by uliinjj a oV. w asion
ally to keep the Liver In healthy acnon, will avoid
all Malaria, Ullloua atiackn, Lunneu, Nau
tea, Drows'tiess, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will inv gorate like a gla-.s of wioe, but la uo In
to ilea ling beverage.
If You hare eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel Heavy after mea i, or aleep
loa at night, tut a dote and you wiil be relieved-
Time und Doctor' milt will bo taved
bj aliraya keeping the Regulator
In the limine!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative and tonle can
never be out of pace. Trie rrmedy it harmleaa
and duet not luterfcre with buaiueat or
IT I. FCRFI.r TTOrTABLE,
And hai all the power and elhcacy i4 Calomel or
Quinine, without any of me injurious after eficcta.
A (5overnort Testimony.
Simmon Liver Regulator hat been in ue in my
family for t tin time.. and I am tatitficd it it a
vaiuaule addition to tne medicnl science.
J. Gill bitoarm, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander IT. Stephens, of Ga.,
savs: Have derive I urne bctvht from the ute of
Simmons Liver keg iltor, ;:, wan 19 give it a
"The only Thin? thnt neTer full to
Relieve." I hve uitiI many rcmediet for Dy.
rrptia, Liver Atfection and I'coi.ity, but never
ve t'und anything to benefit me w the mtnt
bimmont liver Regulator hat. 1 tent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it. and cn!d nd further for
such a medicine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affecte-1 to g ve it a tri-1 at it teem tht only
tiling that never Ci t to relieve
P M. Janni.y, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. IT. Mawin aa.vs 1 Prom actual ex
perience In the nve of himrc :ns Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and an tatuned to ute
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
F5FTake on,Y Genuine, which alwayt
bat on the Wrapper the red Z Traile-Mai k
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN ft CO.
TOR SALE BY ALL DRL'CCISTS
QEORGE H. LEACH. M. I).
PhvHioian and Surgeon.
Sytcltl itlaMan pall li the If lrnenpi'hlc trest
m r.t of iur cul di-a-ti. and dtnett of worr, n
n'l 'hll jren.
OUre: uo, Uth tr-l, oppoalw tic P0.1t OH
' air... III.
) It. J. E. STKONO,
123 Citininenidl Ave. Cairo, III.
VAPOR. EI,K:TR -VUOK in MEDICATKD
aimln tof:d tftl'y
A ltd; Id affenance.
Jjl W. 0. JOCKLVN,
D K NTIST.
ijFKIl K E guti ftrml, oer Cnmoerela: AveiDe
R. K W. WHITLOCK.
Ornn No. IS CotamrrrUI Avnne, bitweet
Kt ' n1 N'l.'t Ntr.
(J O A- L,
D Stoves 3 J)
S Tinwmf. S
LOUIS. C HEltBERT,
II. T. . OEHOULD AND
(!. P. .N E W L A N D.
AND OAS KITTKRS,
DRIVK WhLIiS KRCK Nl)
LIFT PUMPS I UKNISlI V.U AND PUI
LP IN A W0KKMANL1KK
MANNRR, (J AS fix
Tl'ltKS Of all Wind fitrtilflietl to order, o'd (Ixinrna re
hroniiili jo'ihlnij prmnpily ttntlril to. OrdtTi
n'Cflvedat DhoIi'I Ut'tmaa't or at tbo abnp,
COMMKUCl At AVENUE BETWEEN
NtNEl'Il AND TrCNTIl STURBTS.
CAIRO . . . tl.l.rt.
JOHN SI 110 AT, .
PKOI'RIETOH OF SrROAT'H PATENT
Wholoiln Doaler in IcOa
ICF I'Y I IIK CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
!'-':KK FOR 8IJ1PPINC
nut' r.a.(i. a HpociMtv.
Cor.Twelltli Street and Levee,
A Eecuipt for Aolors,
If yon want n nwpt for thnt popular mytlery
Known to thn world m an actor of plays,
Tuku all tiietrn-iit im-n of theatrical blulory,
Kitltlt! tht!tn over In vnrloua way
Tlii'volcc'if HiKiiti with a tad physiognomy,
I.t-tfi of .MK'iiilniitfli (the fi.-iiiltilne roif),
Umiiisof a Hnnctl inviMitlnir ns-tmninny,
'J'ct'th of a Ket-no in-tt.t icutlrifr Out Mage;
Tho tK'it'iiuo ot utlihJlu -ini'ti vt;ped In goo-
Pinllc of a Mnrrlwv, (rrntlu and aweot,
P' n of an ii-ihtrt in Hiitoblinrrapliy,
I'l !( of 1'iiity itfti ilollnn a wiltl,
Tht'-Myfioil!" of Thortxun a plnyof nocltrty,
Monil.i of Al'lKitt in otH-raaol iloty,
Judtfnirnt of EtniiKHt In brand of old 'Hon
tifvsoy. HhrlnkH of Jtve J'l-oot'ir In wild Jflbtvcnalnojtiy;
Iwvonnorl, Aiiilcrtort. Uowors, and Hhi.-a,
Sitlvlnl and llotsl in Humid and I.par
Tako of tin" eli'ini'iil all thut'a theatrical,
Clint out the parte that you And arc hamfatlcal,
Set 'tin to thinner, and tnkooff the Mum,
And an actor, you'li find, it tliu ti'ilduuin.
My Lady's Parlor.
Tho way Into her parlor l up a winding Hairs
Guy JaiHtn no umbrcllat am tastotitd here and
And funt and poaex'k feather hang with a
Tlie door la low and curtained. I enter-OTer-
Gllten a nil Jed cobweb; wltb reverence I
Cpon a Turki'h prayer rug la blue, old gold
A tand l set with dlebeJ, fahioned In year
D!uc platturaon the mantel, and by the Are's
A screen, whoso crimson poppies are nodding
In a row.
Mv lady (frpfttme amlHnsr; the rlo'ett I bring
I i.l uii the lltt e .ailor wi.u bappj' tliougliu ot
Bhado' dance un the celling I hop no one
TEE AND THE EOLL,
Of nil the people that make trouble
for themselves, the jVilnuj enn take the
palm: prul of all the jealous, Mr. Donald
Mt.'Donnld whs able to pet the most tor
turo froiu the Iev-t tnattTial.
Wlien Lticiit fell in lovo with him she
dil nut dream of this allliotion. She
did not llaUcr herself that he rcmern
hi red her when out of his siht till one
dav on the piazza, a party of them hav
n been t;ilkin ?aly of their possible
futures, and all having left hut herself,
he came hack, and leaning up against a
pillar and pushing dow n a rosevine, he
"What is that you are doing. Lucia?
does it require all your attention? Look
it nie. Lueia." And she thoughtlessly
obeyed. "When we were all speaking
of our paths in the future, was there any
seriousness iu what you said? Did you
uppoM I would ever listen to any plan
of a future for you in which I was not
"You!" looking np at him where he
towered above her; dark and superb as
"I. And I tell you now, Lueia. vou
are going to marry me or nobody. You
are to be'my wife, or no man's wife."
And many" of Licia's distresses came
from the acquiescence in which her glad
heart stood still a moment before it beat
upon her lover's, in which her hand lav
tn-iubling in his, while he clipped upon
its lingers a curious gemmed nng of ru
bies und brilliants.
For Lueia was reallv harmv. She de.
sired uo indiscriminate admiration; bet
husbnud was enough for her. She had
his adoration, and she knev it. and he
was Ler all in all; nothing more graud,
end noble, and beautiful than he was
possible to her conception of h human
being. She loved him so that if he had
trampled her heart out of her body, she
would have thought it but a fit service
she rendered him iu suffering it. And
it cfwt her nothing to relinquish all com
panionship but his for she wanted nc
Nevertheless, Lucia almost forgot her
self one day when the servaut announc
ed Mr. Dunstable.
"Tom Dtinistable!" she exclaimed be
fore she thought. "I am delighted."
And she held out both hands to this old
schoolmate, nud sort of cousin, hereag
erace aglow, to hear what account ht
LaS to give of himself asking if he re
membered this nml replying as to whetlv
f( She remembered that, laughing ovel
circumstances occurring before herb
band's reign, and all at onco starting
looking about for her husband, beckon
ing him and, when he would not stir,
taking Mr. Dunstable over herself, and
introducing him, with another grand
mistake, as a dear old friend who was
one of the family, but not a scrap of re
lation. A dear old friend, one of tho family,
and not a scrap of relation! Nothing
further was needed to kindle Mr. Mc
Donald's altar tires. He was flint and
steel already. "Wasting her sweetness
on a curmudgeon," said Mr. Dunstable
to himself. And if for a minute he had
a mind to give Mr. McDonald something
to fret about, in another minute he
thought he would cut off his hand before
making Lucia any trouble.
"So," he said'to her, when Mr. Mc
Donald had walked off and left them as
a great dog leaves a couple of children
that have disturbed him, "you huve a
"I have the best of husband's!'1 sho
exclaimed, "And I adore him. Beside-"
"Beside, I mustn't talk to you that
way. Well, I won't. I shouldn't like
him to speak so to mv Kate. I am go
ing to bo married to Kate Despard tho
sweetest girl! I must tell you about her
lo-nion-ow. What hour will you be
To-morrow P Lucia hnd begun to re
collect herself sulllciently to know that
her husband's wrath would be n bright
and shining light to-morrow if such un
interview took place,
"To-morrow P" she said. "But I have
an engagement. How long are you to
bo in townP Onlv twodnysP Let me see
-I shall be nt Aunt Marbury's to-nior-tow
She knew tho drift of her husbnnd's
thoughts too well, und ho need not have
taken tho troublo to formulate a pro
Fronuiicinmetito. ns he did at dinner.
"A married flirt." said Mr. MeDon.
rtld, apropos of little or nothing, "ranks
with the monstrous. Onco convinced
'it such a deformity In a woman's char
acter, I would not live with her an
"By-the-wny," sntd Luclu, the least
bit tremulously, "Tom Dunstable is go
ing to bo married."
"You are very familiar, Lucia; but
why 'by-tlie-wuyP' la Mr. Duaiubla
"He? Ob, no! but Kate Dcpurd i.s,
find he Is going to marry her."
"He is to Vie pitied then," said Mr.
McDonald, with asperity.
"Yes. Tom Is the mo.-t faithful fellow
n existence He will never fnvyi. the
Vime 1 saved him from Ma-lei- Drowi;
?owj's rajje by taking the femiling iny-
"You, Lucia? Anil the hound let you.
Well, I would thank him to forget. I '
wnnt no man with remlni.:ene!.-, of niv j
wife." . ' j
But the next day she was at ln'r Aunt
'larbury's to find Torn then before !.-i', ;
ml to listen to his enamore I .'u.-eor.nt of
Kate Despard, bis marriage, hi Lopes,
"1 gave Kate a plain ring to tve.'T a
a wedding ring by-and-by, ' -hid Tom.
'I want an engagement" rin,: for l.er
that has never been on onyUiiiy'siirtfr
and made like one you wore jn t bt i :v
vou were married the quainte.-t tiilr?'.
You have It on now, Lucia. e; !i.:i -.' '
"Yes, indeed. Don gave it to inc. It
was my engagement ring, Turn."
"Then you would not 'care to :! it
for the goldsmith to see.'" n.-ked Tom.
Lucia hesitated. She del n i v, :'.nt
the rin her betrothed gave k-cerured
by passing from hand to hand- To iA
the truth, she had a little raf i r n .it e r
Kate Despard nor utioti er had a ring
ust like it. And then )"ti v :,. ie
certain to misconstrue. B it Do): ir-
not know. She hated to fi-o'.l'.?e TV..:.
It would be away only a i::r
slowly slipped oil' her" glove u-i crave
"Kate will thank you so mi::':," t::. !
Tom. He took her liand a moment, "it
is a kind little Land," he said. "1: wiij
always w'ear the pearl of g;t price,
Once," he added, half hair : '. "
fore my darling Kate's , ; rv.-. d
me, I had hoped to call tl.is i.v ;
mv own." Arid t :- '. ! ) '
Mr. L-i:i:tl,l McDonald towor:r:vr'oi-.e
avenging deity in the doonvay, lie 1. : 1
heard only the la -t phra-e.
"Do not let me interrupt yon," s:
said, in his loftiest accent of witlicrl i.
scorn. But Lucia was too quick for L'r.i.
Good-bv, Tom," she crie
less of appearanees.
"Good-by. I suppose v
Mrs. Maynard's dinner tn:
she was at the carriage be-e!
band, before the words had pa
r i. i"
"Aren't vou going to help nj
Don? she inquired.
'Do vou wish to enter?" a-ke.l
. "Why certainlv I th. I told Jo
drive around and wondered w by i.
"Slow? Too quick. I should -ay
anwered. while John sho-d; Lis
reins to the pranein:: ben-vts.
"Oh, now Don!" he exclaimed,
are angiT at poor Tom's palaver.
" ! c
"I don't know anv riel t pour
has to be talking palaver to ri;y wife."
lie was telling of his htj.-piuess with
Kate Despard." .
"I don't know anv right rav w'.fe has
to receie cotivade,no f.m
"Don, aren't vou ahar.:ol."
ia, desperately. "An oh
! frl.-nd. :.U
but brought up in the
house i;h iLo
"Is that any reason that he -hould 1 o
Maying to you that once he expeeted to
:all your hand his own? You a inarri d
ffoniau. listening to him? And for all I
kuow, he had ki-cd jour hand. It i
shamcful! It is monstrous! It is abom
inable:" "He never kissed my hand."
"Why is your glove'oiY?''
"Oh.'Don, my darling, how ridicul
ous you make yourself!"
"Answer mv question. Have you
been exchanging rings with that ia
al?" he cried, his eyes hlaz'tu in his
vhito face. "By the Lord, if that i s ...
7 will have his 'life! Where are y our
"Gracious, Pon, what a flame you
ran blow up from n snarl;! Do ymfex
:cct me to wear my rings about like -o
many fetters? Kings hurt one's bar.. I
tinder cloves and 1 don't alwavs wear
"You will let me see" his eyerrow
;t)g blacker and blacker, a if ids wrath
'ondensed its darkucs through them
"every ring I have given you, the mo
Bent wo enter the Louse, whether you
3nd them fetters or not!"
"Do you mean to say, Donald," s'ic
exclairaed, turning on him her bouti
'ul eyes, "that you are accuing Me,
.Tour" faithful wife, tf nay tl lne- yom
words imply?" Then the worm tii.'i.o 1.
"How long do vou think you can l.ivii
my offoctions '
'T don't imagiuo I can keep then:'. 1
don't Imagine 1 have kept them" And
when, us just at that in-taut they iva vi
ed their own door, n bund of in'tiy ..-!
tho hores to dancing, '.he ctrria v
wheels ran up the steppinj-t.te'i.'. m,
a erasli ensued, out ol' whicli n up
lifted in n dead faint Lu-ia coinite.l :i
one of the good fortunes ot her life.
Of course, with the servant--, nnaiir:
this way and that, with coni'u-'.ni aa.i
cries in the house, rings and repio: i. !.i -were
forgotten, and Mr. McDonald "i 1
lug himself a brute, hung over ).:- wife
In despair, and Lucia had a t!eb.;hiii:l
. i j . i
nour oi recovery ami nt voii.ni; ami
then, against her husbnnd's n :n-n-stranees,
iiroceetlctl to dress for Miv.
"Ah, what a hypocrite and netn I
nm boi'oming," she sighed to her.-elf. -"And
what a coward! And all Uimu-c
I lovo him so."
Hut nobody would have thought tin'
lovely creature sweeping into Mi .-. Ma:
nurd's draw ing-rooin in her white, t . 1. 1 -embroidered
satin, was any of ike ""
rid things she called herself.' 'Ibey wTe
the last nnivals, and when Lucia' w -nl
out tn Mr. Muyiutrd's arm. she bumd
herself, In a little spasm of frighl. a '
Tom Dunstablrrat the ot iier hand and le i
husband nearly opposite. It was a mo
ment of libsoliile lei i'tii to Ltieia. S a'
knett' that tho sight of Tom IhiiiMaMe
would bring back nil her hii-hnnd's
mood. She saw tbo black cloud shut
down over his face instantly, and shu
felt that her least motion would lo
wntelied with lynx-like narrowness.
lttil she must get that ring and before
she Wit on her gloves ngalu.
"Tom," she whispered, not looking
at him, scarcely moving her llpn, and
face placid as sunshine, "give my that
ring at once, as vou value my life."
ute cop.-'ic'irtiiori find uleading in
her eve -.votiM htvo ruiie-d her hail not
her Vivl'Hiid trnlon Miss Ormond's
; ' ;t in the- jj-H i-rtl vK-nting, and been
j 1 1". i!!i"i!t p''oeeuiied. In iliut moment
! To:.i. a 'id 'oiT nn excuse to his neigh
; I ,: ;oi I rd-'toMr. M.iynard, slipped
I n'o tli" l 'vo, aut was back ngant before
b..d entirely subsiifed.
'J' i'.: ,.!;. Vie cliiekuii '..s being served,
win n ,'. e.v, ns if in a dream, r waiter
who bad j t t- iiu in. stooping to pick
up Tola's r v. ; Ivin, nml asidelougglatieo
.-ho-v.-.l ! i ft r Toiii fuiiibling with a tiny
f.'iicel. In Miotli, r breath it was all
rijr'.t. 'r:e coh.r left her cheek: sho
t."i l.;: -i yr. v-!..v was "aid around her;
t " prr.:' x ei'tekeii bad some Ihivor.
Slit: .-tivicl.'.d her hand for a bit of
'r :. .
I rour par 1 n," ui'A Tom
:'.'' i,':r ;:-r .!!, I think."
.''.;. crvt IV;1 .lt--l the roll between them,
ft rid th" r'.:u t"t::!ieil the tip of her ting-
a ""i v e i tiie h'-hi of tin: crust niM
;h she worrietl it Into its us
ual f ile:1", while answering Mr. May-
iK'.vt ,i q'"5t.:oa as to her preference re
; Vnr i?.me. And os she raised her
!i ri J, t" biu -h back a love-lock falling
l-"o low over her beautiful eves, Mr.
Doa.-'.d Ti :D.nald saw tbo blood-red
;ia , of t'-e ruby gemmed ring.
1 1 wa ' not til! a year and a day after
t'-.r be h-firj the story from his wife:
a a ' fo- 'iv'aur her for her part, promised
btiu1 faiUbas for his own.
Tl3 C;r.il:;o2 on Which Ha 7s8 PrDmieed
A Cl-icngo clmmrner havine hired a
h'.:.: i and taken a ride of ten miies over
a I j: : : I biiway in Wisconsin, to work
t!;. a trade with a new dealer, reached
o foar corners to lind the store cloed.
To repri :'or:v:ii outride the door wit't
: ax. iu:d bis wife on the in.-ide with
a:- ..-.: ii.o'.gun. "I rej're-t nt the whole-
' r r.roeery firm of Sug.tr, Starch
i Chicago," said the traveler as he
t'r.e. e t;p.
V' , ' replied the merchant, as ho
!e;o).l on his ax.
An i f'tl like to show some samples
.;, ! i.ike your order."
"Are vou in a hurrv?"
T.ien you'd better hitch to the fence
over then; r.n 1 wait around a spell."
What's the row here?"
"N a.riing very much. The old
W':-iv..iri's inside and I'm out here. It's
b..-!i ti at way for the last three hours,
hut t'.e climax is coming. She ain't got
raorn'n mutl' powihr for one more shot.
Hud a-, soon as she tires that we'll find
tail v.'!,ij runs t iis businBss. If I do,
I'll give you an order; if she does, you'd
i .-.later be' ready to skip, for she's deter
mined lo go out of the mercantile busi
ly : nd 'make a trip to Europe with a
i; -tiling rod man. Ex.
Opoa-n Hunting in Australia
Pmf. II. N. Moseley, in his "Challen
ger )te" speaks cif a visit he made
io the .'.. .main of Sir William MoArthur,
at Camden Park, forty miles from Syd
ney. New South Wales, and gives "hi3
- ',cr'. :icrt itt hunting the opossum. Ho
'1 he park is 10,000 acres in extent.
1 1 ore I went out on several occasions to
sli ii. t oo-u:ns by moonlight. The
up I--UH1- are out feeding on the trees
at n'gi.t, or are out on the ground, and
rn-a up the trees on the approach of
iian:vr. They are very difficult to see
bv one not accu-tomed to the work, but
t.i -e who liahitually shoot them dis
cover them with astonishing ease.
In order to rind the- animals, one
i plae-s himself so as to get successive
po' lions of the tree between bis eye and
t ii moonligl't. and thus searching the
tu-,.' over, at la-t he catches sight of a
o:rk mas? crouching on a branch, and
.usually seos the ears pricked up as the
. f.u'.ni:;! watches the danger. This is
called "mooning" the opossums.
' ' Tar n, with a gun iu one's hand, one
fully reabzes for the first time tho
lie: ininr of the saying, "Posmuii up a
gum tree." The unfortunate beast has
'tiu t'livrhnoss of his skin nioue to trust
t . "ivin;-! " and down it comes with
n heave thud on the ground, falling
; head first, tail outstretched; or it cling
with daws or tail, or both, to the
bran .'lies, swaying about wounded, aud
requires a second shot. It must come
d"wn at last, unless, indeed, the tree be
: so huT'i that it U out of shot, or it man
:,es n nip a small branch with its pre
Lensile tail, in which case it sometimes
contrives to hang up even when dead
ami remain out of reach.
Ne-irly all the female opossums which
Isi.oi l.ada single young one in the
pouch. Tne young seemed to be at
ta .:'.ed with equal frequency to the right
or let'; teat.
; I i'aot tho animals in tho hopes of ob
tahii.: : j .mitg ones la the earlier stage,
but iVni'.l none such.
Anion.' ftorkmcn,- and even some
well educated people, in Australia,
tV-re i- a conviction that tho young
k u'g too grows out aa a sort of bud on
the t at or the mother within the pouch.
We killed about twenty opossums in
a eoaplu of hours ou each occiBiou on
which I went out.
To make condensed milk, the milk is
su'-qretcd to a heat of some '.'.'til degrees,
w.-.icii, it is said, scalds it. Uy a new
process the heat is only ubout 130 de
grees, and the product is called evapor
ated milk. When the time of exposure
to that moderate heat is sufficiently
prolonged all the watery part of the
milk is driven otl'and the remnant U a
tonga, solid mass, cream v white in
color, hud much resembling n dried
chunk of white flour dough. That
granulated by artificial means; a littb
line w!iiie 8iigar Is added to make it
l;e .p. and then it looks like corn nual,
and is called granulated milk. Tin
i evaporr.t ail milk is only about half at
i near solid tts the coti'le'used milk, but it
i i very rich und so liulo nlTectod by tht
' proce.vt through which It has passed
I that when water is added the most deli
! cat" taste cannot detect the difference
1 etween It and purenittural milk; cream
rises on It and iiutler can bo made from
it. Tho graiiuluted is made to keep in
all climates for tiny desired length ol
In'ow York city must be pretty well
Vaccinated, forupwiird oflO,000 WM
pcutlor vim.-hint your.
Th5 Gospol of Change
(Tiange is an intellectual tonic. It is
the renewal of nil life's forces and tJia
means whereby one may set himself to
the key of ik-.v achievements. Ne.v
scenes, r.i pin-':', new people, may
produce frii'tioe, but they generate tint
electrii.'itv of ei .'o nce and result in it
force that ork- out tvard in genuine ac
complishment. To multitudes of wom
en, cert tiuly, hh :i!d the elides of an oc
casional new a'aoo-qihore especially com
mend itself. Women are too apt to
confine themselves to a monotonous
round of daily life, ami monotony, in
whatever form it inav come, is inevita
bly narrowing in its tendency. So far as
actual results go, the quality of this
monotony is of less moment "than one
might fancy. Many women deny them
selves the advantages of a new ntmos
phere on ini-;..heii gro'inds of economy.
A week's visit lo a neighboring city, in
volving so many incidental expenses of
travel, of hotel bills, of that indispensa
ble "something to wear" all these tho
careful wife and mother estimates and
feel j thev are a luxury she cannot well
afford, let ju-t here is the fallacy of I
it. Better put ao0 nn.l a neck in a new
utmo-phere, and let the parlor go with- i
out a new carpet. There is no possible
iuplraUoo, in a carpet. It is not sng- j
festive or rcnuiricn'tivc in any wry,rv,:d I
ten chances to one it is not even 'orna- i
met'tal. Bat let the mistre-s of the I
merae 'v.tt t'lis sum in lier.u'lf, to re- 1
turn I. r:'.f, refreshed, eLuie, sun.hiny, j
and wnat an iaiir.it-j hurvcst of house- j
hold i.ac.piuosi springs from that pay- :
ingiave-.ttnent! Sometimes the new at- !
mo-p'-r.,' may corao without money '
and wituout cost. Tacrc are few worn- !
en who know the po'sihiliiies that lie in j
a walk, a ramble, an interested, leisure- i
ly saunter. Nor is this confined to tho J
country. The city woman who will i
drop I'll worry, or care, or anxiety, f t i
half an hour and take a walk may re- '
turn from it aso.nK who has been caught ;
up into a new world. The gospel ot ;
walk-ng is sanitive. U ethicrt!, is inspir.v I
tionat ail in one.--.tfo. 'on TratKlcr.
He had just come in through from
ttlaho, and a stock buyer and grain
merchant who happened to hear him
sny o turned ami aid:
TIas the winter been a hard one out
'Witst in fifty vrirs,"
Bad on raihveid-?"
'T should remark!"
TIow about winter wheat?"
"Troe up stil'il."
You don't -.r;! Anil live slock?"
"I'ro.eii as -lol' a-vtt crow-bar."
"Al"' the -elller-'"
'T'roeii right up in solid cakes."
"Is that pos-ihle! Why, 1 hadn't
seen any -uc i aet' . nuts in the newspa
pers. You say every thiuj is frozen
"Well. I don't say even thing. oi
cour-e. C.e.n'ng through. Dakota I did
see two or toree living men. but it
wa- u'.p and tnek with them. f)ne ot
'en: led set a io.oo.i saw rnill on tire to
warm up by. and the other two were
roll'eg a 'e-crret of fr...zen whisky tip and
down a hill half a mile long, and pav
ing the mva.'-r iwo dollars a dav for tiie
privilege. I lei! ve. ?! ranger, a bill'on
red hot Hal irons wouldn't thaw out the
frozen ears in my State alone, say noth
ing of heels and toes!"
Could ILuiif Them Under Any Circum
stances. "Do --'i think you could identify the
pnnu if you were to see them?" a's-ked
the cl ' '' " 'c on meeting the dis-tre-sou
ui.i... j . a pair of missing pant
aloons, Does ver s'nose I'.se one of dem nig-
.gers what nobler learned do rudiment-
aru1-? was the mOignant response.
"Hat can you identify the pants if
you see them again?"
A pitying siuil.: came over the color
ed man's face as he replied with fcorn;
T kin identify dem ar pants ef I neb
bcr sees 'em agin." TCxas Sifting.
IiK'.'nna Ins so many rrciilsi'Ial
can '.I I tnto3 that few ni;;ti are kfi to ct
UJiiJ to tlie farm wi'rk.
Th:'v iio-i Tiirt,
William' S. U.)''in-oii' (Warrington)
hntl n line sonsu of Immor, mul his ctm
vers at ion was even morciiiterMiti'thau
his c(inT-V'!v.!nfc. One of liis b'Hi
mots is tsp ciitliy time ly just now. He
whs a bearty nlvoo:Uti of woman suf-f-"T,
find " so w:n rim l:itt Samuel
Buwk-s of the ncpuhliwn. Hut he knew
th.it till i't.font;s havif thrir i! is a liveable
fcair.iv-", anil ko did not prt tcuil that
wnni.i ii siiiirar.c vr.13 to prove an oxorp
lion. It'i; in.; cue of his last visits to
Sniin;:!ii.l.l t!iu ti'.ii?stion came np, anil
nf .i.r .ome convi'isnttoti "Wnrrinirton"
r."inark.''l. witli a Hiltit twinkle of the
eye: "li's cominir. Sam. There's no
doubt n bout it -the women are poinjj to
vote and hold otlieo one of these days.
Rut aren't you pla I, Sviu, timt we s 1 .'all
bo (k:ul li it-n. ' ' uhinjion Capitul.
- . .
. IT a Exactly Tiiab
A Bnilali) man went the oilier day to
consult h lawyer, and when ready to
open on tho hi'i-duc that brought hiiu,
'riftcen years n.fro I was appointed
the guardian of a firl 1 years old."
"1 nco; and liml piujierty?" .
"Yes; she had ijio UOU.
"And I l.ave lii'.d t'ic liandllng of it,
"Of emifM' -I see-- exactly. And sho
la twin- nf n.n nml u-.itil n uitt l,tnpnf.
1-ixnetly evae'ly. Von have used up
tilt! t-state tiitd w .-int. to know what to
do. Exactly-exactly. My ndvlco is
to marry the rvii l. In ens.' sho won't
marry ymi, I'll II .t'' I'bl'itO worth
of worihl.'-s liniiii- fiir ii'.).'), ami you can
show 'cm lo prove where ii)ot of tho
money went. Exactlyjust so fco
"Vou lire a 1-vile too fast, sir." ro
narl.ed tho citizen, as ho liilchcd
iiroiind In his .!, air. "The pal's for
tune has iniTcu.' oil to Jiw.OtMl, and sh'
voinp to he inaivicd to-morrow. I enmo
iicre to hare y.ni ulako out the jmpers
tnrninp even thing over to her, nnd ro
"Ah nml" provvli'tl tho disappointed
lawyer. "I nee. exactly lis you ia
ton luluutcs fee 1.V"
That'.i a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. I low much suf
fering io summed up in it
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
vro.g and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will o "quickly and surely
cure such diseases S3
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it docs this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lojamport, Ind. Dee, i, i83o,
Tir a long time I have been
u!Tcrer f. otn tiomach aud kidney
d.icje. My uppctitewaj very poor
end the very small amount 1 u.d eat
disagreed with me. 1 wa anncyed
vrry mucri fioiti r.in-rctention ot
ur.ue. I tried many remedies with
no success, until f used Brown's
Iron Litters, bi.ice 1 ud th-t my
stomach (lacs not bother me any.
! ly appetite is simp'y immense, bly
1-iiicy troubla is uo more, and my
f;:ner:il health is such,l!iat I feel
ike a new nun. Alter the use of
Town's Iron Bitters for one month,
1 have coined twenty poumlt iu
wci;!.t. (J. U SAJtcsNT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you arc, and it
will curi you.
Ke.ul and Circulate.
The Illinois Central Ii. It. Co.
Will fell nn y of lix r nisit.ir.ii lnrn'ii nt nno rlol
U' pi-r bti; i'-h iliii' tt.e pn unt pr e funn this
ti nn until tin- fir-t (1 iv uf O lul i t, 4. Alter
thitrtit Hi.' pr -itil r' wllti- rcniiri (1, A I
v. I).i .liii-lr- t imrcM-o rhiittitl v I thi--M !' of
j tlilt lumril oflir at nine. 1'. I'AUCY,
Fot partlc'i'iitu !i.qn!r
M I A-TKU!MV.t C ..
A,'tM, lor 1. I . 14. K. Lain;,
,shiip on Hit llilav Avonti". th-i ween r.,urtll and
b.xlli Mr. i:tn, Cslto, llliLula
flfr-AI1 kliii! 1 1 ulit am heavy MicV.tnlihltur,
wuit-ia and ratr ui w irk doim ni tlie trio t wo. k
miiiilUii .i amior. II rtij-h mlng a tm. na.t ttutt
al. factum utmim l-od
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