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SIaksoarc' Seven Ajje of Man.
A fiimmm pool. t-r''wd and mw,
Ssvb nil the world in hut a Mage;
That st ven Rtfos niHrk the pan
Cf life dealt out to mortal man.
At flr't the Infant figure in tbo play,
Pqmil.iiig ii nd eryiuK lustiiy ail day,
Cunginir "o fondlv In lt nure's arms.
Who toiuida it belpietwness from every barm.
The whining bchool-boy ni it hi mother's
With trunks and atrhe! dangling by his side;
His course he wends unwillingly toward the
To trrow iw man or turn out a looL
The Lover next-a:mlres fair Nancy's grace.
And lfok6 enriiptun-J at her smiling face;
Writes foolish sonnet to her bair and eyes;
lieholds his folly und anon grows wie.
A Soldier next. He gir is hi armor on.
And Unit and swairvers like a panih Don;
io s to the wars; discovers to his cost.
That war. ike honor is but dust and dross.
Then comes the Justice, with fat capon lined.
Strutting (mo-t pompously! In lordly state
A senseless nothing wbo would fain be great.
Next comes tbe lean and slippered panta
loon. With wank denoting Life's declining noon;
His s.L'lit d'-flt ieiit. with his poucb on side.
And )oiithfnl Wose, well fcaved, a world too
I.sst fevnt-.f a 1 is childhood's second stage,
1 be reign of peev:shne and hoary age;
Yet lingering on, no human hand to save.
With letbie footsteps tottering to tbe grave.
James E. Murdoch's Story of the First
leading of the Poem "Sheri
A correspondent of ihe Philadelphia
Ffus retelfs the story of Sheridan's
ride, as told by James . Murdoch.
This lead to a talk with Murdoch about
1 was not with Sheridan," Murdoch
said, "at this time, but was at the head
quarters of the army of the Cumber
land. Soon after the battle of Cedar
Creek 1 raine i.p to Cincinnati and was
risitin Mr. Cvrus (iarrett, whom we
called Old Cyclop,.' He was T. Buch
anan Head's brother-in-law. and with
him the poet made hi home. The
ladies of Cincinnati had arranged to
tire me a reception, that finally turned
into an ovation. 1 ha 1 pi ven a groat
many rcains. to raise fundi to assist
their Soldier's Aid Society, and they
were jroin to present me with a silk
fla. I'ike'a" Opera House had been
secured, the largest place
merit in the city, and they
every arrangement to have
tion a vcrv dramatic event.
of am use
in;: of tbe day il was to take place Read
and I were, as usual, taking our break
fast late. We had just finished, but
were still titling at the table chatting.
Mr. Oarrett, tbe brother-in-law, who
was a business man and guided by bus
iness habits, came in wh.le we were
thus lounpnsf. He wore an
AIR OK IMPATIKXCK
and carried a paper in his hand. He
walked directly up to Read, unfolded
a copy of lhrj,r.r's Wetkly and held it
up before the man so singularly gifted
as both poet and painter.
"The whole front of the paper was
covered with a striking picture repro
senting Sin ridan seated on his black
horie, j ii t ( merging from a cloud of
du-t that rolled up from the highway
as he dashed along followed by a few
" 'There,' said Mr. fiarrctt, address
ing liead, see what you have missed.
You ought to have drawn that picture
yourself ami gotten the credit of it; it
is liwtin vour line. -The first thinr
you know somebody will write a poem
on tliat event, and then you will be
beaten all around.'
Read looked at the picture rather
quizzically, a look which 1 interrupted
in- saying: 'OldCyelous i riirht. Read.
the subject and the circumstance are
worth a poem.
Uh no, said liead. 'that theme
has been written to death. There is
Paul Itevere's Ride." "Loehinvar."
Tom Hood's "Wild Steed of the I'lains,"
ami hail a dozen other poems of like
"FILLED WITH THE IDEA
that this was a cood chance for
irii.il m,n l u,.;.i. !..... i
p ' ' .!, A DUIU. AfceUtl, VUU
losinz a rrrcat otniortiinitv. If I
ouuu a poem to read at, mv reoe
Uwiight it would make a "Teat hit
" 'But, Murdoch, you can't order a
poem as you would a coat 1 can't
write anything in a few hours that will
do either you or mo any credit,' he re
plied rather sharply.
"I turned to him and said: 'Read,
2,000 or 3,000 of the warmest hearts in
Cincinnati will be in J'ike s Opora
nouse to-iiigni at mat presentation,
It will bo a very significant affair.
.ow you go and eive me anvthinc in
rhyme, aud I will give it a deliverance
before that splendid audience, and you
can then revise and polish it before it
rocb into print' - This view seemed to
strike hitu favorably, and ho finally
"aid: -Well! Well! We'll see what can
" uone,' and he went upstairs to his
"A half hour later Hattio, his wife,
f ."?"!'. w,J'"ftn, who is now resid
ing in 1 hiladelphia, came down and
" 'He wants a pot of strong tea. Ho
told me to get it lor him un.r then he
would lock the door and must not be
disturbed unless the house was a fire "
"Time wore on, and in our talk on
other matters in the family circle we
had almost forgotten the poet at work
upstairs. Dinner had been announced,
and we were about to sit down whou
Read came in and beckoned mo to
come. When I reached the room, he
" 'Murdoch, I think I have , about
what you want.' He read it to rue, and,
with an enthusiasm that surprised him,
I said it is just the thing.',', ,
We dined, and at the proper timo
Read and I, with tho family, went to
Pike's Opera House. The building wai
crowded in every part. Upon the stago
200 MAIMEI SOLDI t US
each with an arm or a leg oft'. Geuor
al Joe Hooker was to present mo with
the flag the ladies had made, and at
the time appointed we marched down
tho stage toward the footlights. General
Hooker bearing the rlag, and I with my
arm in his. Such a storm of applause
as greeted the appt ara.uce I never heard
before or since. Behind and on each
sido of us were the rows of crippled
soldiers, in front tho vast audience,
cheering to the echo. Hooker quailed
before tho warm reception, and grow
ing nervous, said to uie in an under
tone: 'I can stand the storm of battle,
but this is too much for me.'
" 'Leave it to me,' saHim an
old hand behind the footlights. will
divert tho strain from you.' So quick
ly I dropped upon my "knee,, took a fold
of the silken flag and pressed it to my
lips. This by-play created a fresh
storm of enthusiasm, but it steadied
Hooker, and he presented the rlag very
gracefullv, which 1 accepted in fitting
words. 1 then drew the poem Read
had written from my pocket, and, with
proper introduction, began reading It
to the auJience. The vast assemblage
AS STILL A3 A CHURCH
during prayer-time, and I read the
three first verses without a pause, and
then read the fourth:
Cnder his (ipurnlng feet the road
Like an arrowy A, pine river flowed, .
And the landscape flowed away behind.
Like an ocean tlviug before tbe wind;
And tbe steed, l:ke a bark, fed with furnace
Ire Swept on with his wild eyes follof fire;
Hut lol be is nearing hit lienrt'sdeeire,
H is ( nuffing the smoke of the roaring fray,
With Sheridan only five miles away.
"As this verse was finis.'ied, the audi
ence broke into a tumult of applause.
Then I read, with all the spirit I could
The first that the General saw were the gronpl
Of stragglers, and then tbe retreating troop:
What wa dune what to do a glance told
And Mriking hie spur with a terrible oath,
He dashed down tbe lines 'mid a storm of
And the wave of retreat checked Its course
The sight of tbe master compelled It to pause.
With foam and with dust tbe black charger
By the flash of his eve and his nostrils' play
He seemed to the whole great army to say,
"I have brought you Sheridan all the way
From Winchester town to save the day.
"The sound of my voice uttering the
last word had not died away when
cheer after cheer went up from the
great concourse that shook the building
to its very foundation. Ladies w aved
their handkerchiefs and men their hats,
until worn out with
THE FERVOU OK THE HOCR.
They then demanded the author's name,
and 1 pointed to Read who was sitting
in a box. and he acknowledged the
verses. In such a setting " ltn
such an occasion as I havefcijlR,'!Me
only to faintly describe to you, the
poem of "Sheridan's Ride" was given
to the world. It was written in about
three hours, and not a word was ever
changed after I read it from the manu
script, except for the addition of the
third verse, which records the fifteen
mile stage of the ride.
But there' a road from Winchester town.
A good, broad highway, leading down;
And there, thro' "the flaKh of tbo morning
A steed as blnck a the stwl of night
Wa seen to pass a with engle flight;
A If ho knew the terrible need.
He stretched away with tho utmost spited;
Hills rofo and fell but his heart was gar.
With Hheridan niteen miies away.
"This Mr. Read wrote while on his
way, shortly alter l urst read the poem,
to attend a birthday reception to Wil-
tam (..alien liryauL
'Mr. Read read the poem, thus com-
;leted at Mr. Bryant's birthday party,
ho great old man listened to every
lino of it, and then, taking the younger
poet by the hand, said, with groat
' 'That poem will live as long as
Loehinvar.1 " F. A. B.
The Care of the Hair.
Tho hair is the covering of the rool
of "the home of thought and palace of
the soul." Where baldness, which
sometimes occurs in quite young per
sons, is hereditary, it is doubtful it
anything can be done to prevent oi
remedy it. Avoid "restoratives" and
other nostrums, and, as a rule, do not
use pomatums or oils upon the head.
A certain hair "balm was very
popular many years ago and did won
ders, ii the directions were followed.
The "balm" was to be used night and
morning, first rubbing the scalp with
a still brush for live minutes before
applying the stuff. Tho thorough use
of a moderately stiff brush will greatly
promote the health of the scalp and
prevent the falling of the hair without
a "balm" or other preparation. The
hair should bn occasionally washed,
and if there is much dandruff, the volk
of an egg will be most efficient in" re
moving iL Work the egg with the fin-
ii !. .1... i. if., i
gurs wen into mo nair, a miio at a
time, to bring it in contact with tho
scalp; then wash it out thoroughly with
water, and the hair will be beautifully
clean and soft. Avoid all Bhamimoino
liquids; those used bv barbers are strong
potash solutions, 'f hoy call it "Salts
of Wormwood" and "Salts of Tartar,"
and use it without knowing its real
nature. It is very efl'cctive in cleauin",
uui ruuiotw to me hair. II the fallitij
of tho hair is not pr vented by thorouo-
brushing, sone stimulating application
may be made. Cantharides is most
commonly used. Half tin ounce of the
tincture of cantharides added to a qunrt
oi bay rum will answer better than
most "hair tonics.
uuiteau s hones are in a private room
in tho Army and Pnvy Museum in
Washington. Ihey have beeu careful
ly articulated, and ho finely polished
uiu mey mill ttiey look like ivory,
ureal vigilance nas been ncoessitry tc
prevent them from being stolon. Uu'
til a glass case has been provided fot
thera, they will not be exposed to pub
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T)r. V.D.Wright, Cincinnati, O, tend tha
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Nnrrotia li.a. A ffw ioni ff thn ninHd. Akin.
Kldnvja, Hlixldi-r, Lruptlona, I kir, Old
anri-i, w.'llliiu l Ike lland, Mure Vlnulli
Throat, Itnnn Pnlia, prrmanontljr cored An
eradicated irum the ibm fur nfo.
KCDUniiC l)lhn'l. IiHiMitmry.Smiiital
II Lit I U U O .,. ltrruy, Mm tal
ami Vlnjticitl tt'raknts, I'uithnj Mrmory,
Weak l.ij, Stunted ikwojimnif, ltnprdi
tnrnts to Marriage, rle., from ejene or nny
enuHfi, gprrttHfi, tinfi-iy and prUntrly Curnl.
rr-Ynunz, yi lrtll.- Aued and Old men. and all
vho ned liiuiliul aklll ai'4 eApeilcnte,con.uit
vr. nato at imot. 11,4 ot intnn cu'- ii'KinnR Ana ma?
eave ffiluro niif"-ry and ahame. Whpn inc.nvflni.nt
to visit ih criy l'ir treittnipufc, mpdiciupacaa b ant
evrrywhnri l-y in-i;l 'T etnr.fa frfe frnm obarr
vat Inn. Ifll Mwif-fn.lent that A pbyician alio
aiTMb hiii fiii9 a'lnntion to a claa of diaMaa at
tain. Krrut aklll, and phy!.iciati4 ttirnnfthoMt ih
country, know p-m ins, frpqupntly rpcommand difficult
eaaea to tun 4Il-.t Ni--lullt, by whom .Tory
known b1 rrmeily ia nwil. jr-Pr. Bat'
Ave and lla prrlciit'e maVa hi ttpminn of aa
premn Iniix.rlanif . ,r- l'hn who call aee no
one h't the j icut. ( ''ir'ilfat ion-, frpp and aneredly
confld.-iitlnl. ('a'wawtii' h havpfailcd inolriAinitia
relief elwnt'rp. pn.cially a.jlicilpd. Female Ii
aaa trp.itcd. ( all r wri'p. Ilntirn. from 9 in 4
to Sunda.. 1 I', t. CiUIUK TO llALTH
BEST Far.K. Addre above.
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s 5 m s y 1.. i' ?p tr1
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aaaa a I. ia.wAWAWAWAwaa-AWAaawl.Awa,AMa.a,Awaw.
q'.ifi' HliUiTr l tit r-' i TTTTyTT'-lici; of l.mu
h",jt 'l ' ,'l;M ' ?'' '"'ttry tin- a-ivrt i-t nr
vry ' .'' "T"'',J;1,'J'rf,'t i-rrm rnny y- j
Electric Appliance ar int on 30 Oayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
Wlf'l r .ulfrlni m Nnoc DaaiLITV,
I.'iht ViTAMTr. l.ac or N.hvr Foai a AID
ViiHiR, Watino W RiKKKHaKa, and all those dlanaap
of a I'KH.-ioKiL Nati'k roultlnK from Alum and
otiibk ' a'.'hks. HiK;pdy n-llnf and cnmplute rmli
r'atioliof if KAI.TR. VIOOAAtld MANIIOObOVARAMTBRD
1 Ii (rn.udt-Bt fliwivpry of th. Ninptppfith Century.
S-.i.il ill onc for lIluatrAbid I'amphlot (ruo. Addree
VCITAIC BEIT CO., MAH8HAU, MICH.
An unfailing audapecdy cure fo
AerV'Ui VebiMj aud WtaJcntu,
Lou nf ntalttv and Vigor, or any
evllroaultof indlacretion, eiccsa,
overwork, ete., (over forty tkou
aand poaitlve cure.) )- 8 -nd
16c. for poataRn on trial boa of
100 pill. AddrcR.
Dr. M. W. BAOON, ror.Clark Bt
RELIABLE SELF -CURE
"awawj mvurilrV pirmiiiaivM - V il "n
boat noted and aucccaHful fS!m BMuS
(now rot I red i for the cure of ATertwtiai WeoMiat.
KTaiueled eu velope lruglt A" a
Addrea DR. WARO CO., Uuiwant. Ma,
a f...ltA iiamaal iTinn wvw nni itit mmam
It a arf Inuitaatln tik, and bn bwa pranraarrf aa T
IhouMDill who hue reid it. II upltinl lb. priMlpla. of
ll(a and datth and tha origin of dm-iira, and tbould ba raa
ks .it .hut,, mm!.. It aiint.lni fAlttablt nrMOrlntlone
tor tha aur. o( Norvoua and Fhyaloal Dobllltj, Loat
Vitality, Defoottve Memory, Deapondsnoy, an tha
whola trtia of duoidfrl brnuRltt on by overwork and (adit
(rciloni i alio prracrlptlona for Catarrh, Berofola, ata.
A on et thli war eeat bj Bail, tnmnlr xalaa, (rat af
adrlraaatnl ttt. tuthor,
Tr.v Jaqceh. k.n., mo v. tk at, q .o.
( BEFORE V- AND i
m X S -V
LLINOIS CENTRAL K. B
Shortest and Quickest Route
T U 1
St. Louis anil Chicago.
The Onl Ijino liunniuc;
Making Direct Connkctioh
r&Ain Liav Caibo:
J:O.0 it, rii. Muil,
Arriving In Ht. Uiul 45 a.m. ; Chicaito, 8:30 p.m.:
CoDDeciioK at Uiiin auu bmiiKhain fur Clueln
natl, Lounvllle. iDdlauapuli alo point Kaat .
13:25 p. m. KaHt Ht. I.ouiB and
mylrj( id St. I oulf tl: 15 p. in., aud eoomcUag
for all poLQt v eat.
3:45 p.m. Kant Kipreu.
Fur St. Leal and Chicafi), arriving at Hi. Lout
ti:' p.m., aud Chicago ", .-Ju a.m.
3 :-t5 p.m. Cincinnati Kxprea.
trrivlni; at Cincinnati T:l) a.m.; L'Uiavtll 6:56
a m.; Iodiuiiapulie 4:US a.m. l'aaaeoKer bv
thte train reach the above point. 112 to 3d
lloL'ltft in advance ol any other route.
rTTheS:S0 p. m. expre ha ?VhlMA'A
BLkKFINUCAK Cairo to Cineinnatl, wtthunl
ehanrei, and through deeper to ht. l.ool and
Fast Timo Kast.
Pil tCPTl frortf hT tbf" llDe 'nrouph to Ka.t.
1 aaClltCin trn point without nv dela
cauaed bv Hundav Intervenlnit. The Haturdav after-
mon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
norniuat I0::i5. Tbirtv-ix hour In advance of
nv othet ront,
tyFor through ticket and further Information,
applv at Uliiioia. Antral Kalirnad nepot, Cairo.
I. II JON KH, Ticket Axent.
A.H. HANSO (wd. Fai-. Aaent. Chlcaeo
bTATkor Illinoi 1 Clicuit Court of
C'ofMt of Alexandch ) hi c haucery.
Mry Hodges, Marv Podtf', Jr.. Sarah Jan
Hudgea and .lbn A etander ilodfte.
Public notice I hereby iriven that. In pnrauaaca
of a decree made and entered by raid co'irt la
the ab ve entitled cun, on th ai.t day of Jan
uary. A. V. W .1, AlvXAudtr 11. Irvin, maater
In chanu-ry of the aaid circuit court of Alt xanoer
county, will, on
WKUSBsUAY. 1UE liTH DAY UK FERKUA
at the hour nf 11 o'clock In the fort-noon,
at thi- aouthweaierlv door of the court bouse In tbe
rity of Cairo, county of AUxandur and ntate ot
1 1 1 1 not f, aell at public auction, to the
bithjat and heat bidder, lor caeb,
all and mngular. tbe t.illuwinr deacr.bed
priiiii.i. and rval .atite In raid decree
mentior.d, aitiiete In th countr of Aifxandfr and
tte of Mini i. orao much tbi-ri-nf aa ahall be
aufllcient to aatlafv aaid tii-crr.., in ait : The north
wet (uarlrr of th nthi'aai tnartpr of arctloa
onetl). In tovtu.hip anti-in llit.aouth and in
ruiie lwo(2i el of the 'Mid principal meridian.
Dated. Cairo, lilinoia, Jatiuary -;2d. Jl
AI.EX. II IKV1N.
Malr In Chancery.
M nlkey Jt Leek, Ccmp'alrnnt' olicl'.ora.
Vr" HTinff v'
I Q UltV- OUT OF ORDER.
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
t a A..
TOR SALE ZSY
. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
For Sale bv
an tnfalHbl$ nire for Pile.
mce tl, at rmunrieta, or
aent prepaid ht mall, faninle
-ee. ah. -ananenjs "
,bful Iinprudenee, canaina VkT
1 fmna Ymithftil linnrudenee. eaneina '
lionrata Debility, Mental and l'hjaf- aX
, eal Waataea. vaioabl. iniormauon
. UiJa.u.uuavuoa Mj.uawaca 1