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THE DAILY CA1U0 HULLKT1N: SUNDAY MOKM.VU APRIL 20, 1884.
the Cure ot Coii''l.s,
Hoarseness, Ilrondiitis.Croiip, Indu-I
cnza, Asthma, W hooping Cough, In
anient Consumption anl for t!ie re-5
hei of consumptive iiersons in a lvan-
ccJ statics of the I )v case. l or Hale
by all Druggists. l'ricc, 25 Cents.
'Too claim too
ninth for Samaki-
Vyi eayeafki-iti(;. "How
Cau one. medicine bo
a ppecii.c fr i:iiU
Opium Fating, Itbc nmntiMin, ficrmiitiir
rlur, or M-inliiul H t-nkiicnis, uml lil'ty other
roinplulnlnf" We claim it u 7"-.f(, tum
id y, because the vims of all diseases ari-i front
the blood. It s Nervine, Resolvent, Alfcr.it :u ntd
Laxative properties meet all the conditions he ruin,
rtfcmd to. It'n know rurorl'l u-'ule ai
It quiets mul tuiiijju-i.s tun pitici.i hoi t) tfi'l
Introduction of otuati sand drastic ralhartii -, bat
by the restoration of activity to U t'oiuai h and
nervous system, whereby tin- brain Is rdieved
of morbid fanciec. nhku aro created l-y t!iO
causes above referred to.
To Clergymen, Lawyer. IJtcrary men. M. r
chatit, liaiki r. Ladii a:.d u!l tie..--u lc i-cd-fntary
employment chii-.s icrvuus jiro-ttatioii,
irregularities of the blood, ttotna'.h. bowels or
kidnevH or ho require a tnr.-c tone. a-jx:t;zcr-r
etimulant, SamaiutaM Nkiivine is invaluable.
Thousands proclaim it the ino-t wonderful ill'.:.--orunt
that ever P'.-'ained the tiidai' t;l in.
1.60. hold by Hll DruKgi-U. ()
F"rtts.tjn"rils.'i ai'f etr tj'n- urd stinif.
bT. J03KTU, 410.
I.or.l. Stontci.titir.'h A ro..A.t , O.ir.aci,, 1 1.
t r it
t I 1
The development of the treatment of 'sner
with S"lft Spf. iftc uriT.m eo wonderful, that all
to atfiicied stem d wr.te in.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
Spartatibiir,'. 5. (..' , Mar-h 1 1.
I have for II yeir b -.-n tfT'Tcrf rom a running
sore on mv faee that eve-yhody r'!cl a Cam i n, l
have tn. rt ove . u w on li of nicdi' inc at 'I tuiind
no relief. About four month k'o I bon.-ht ot;e
bottle ot Swift !Si.c. tfic from Ir. II. K lleu.ltnti.
and cinec hive hot L'ht tie oiticin, hae tnken it.
and they have rt HKii ME.hoiit.il and e i: .V!v fire
l h fret- from a io:e a anybo'lv'. a- my he-K-n
in perfe't. y P'-tored. 1 Tel like f.irtv .ari hid
bevn lifted oil my head
Yuurn f ar-kftil'v.
Mr. B F. r.-irn. Hope. Ark., . titiiler date of
Jan.'.-' 1"l: "1 have takiii five h jn.e-of S a ift '
tpi-citic fora Ktru on mv temple -si'l to be a tan
e r. I have been woa-ierfully b.. iHtited atid will
ioon be a we.l ti.ati. '
Mr W. H Hobl .n. IMvishor , (ia.. write, tin
der date of Jantiarv :). 1-M: I am (.'etttiiu' on fl t:t ly
the ub er If lirndiially liealini! I f'-ei tl.a' Swifi's
Specific will cure ttia horrible cmrer which flan
been feediu,' on m . fr over i y
Mr W. II tiilbert. Albany, li i.. myf.
'A Keti'leman nam-'d Mo tc mar thi city had
an eatinif cat;' er on bin lai r. w hi. h had eaten aaay
h'.B u )-e and h' utider lip. and had extended up
until it had nearly reached hi eye. Tiie. cancer
wan eating hi smn- and had tendered big teeth fo
loneu that he thutuhi hev miirh' a' anv time drop
out. He ha been takitii' Swift's M'K' iFlf a' ota
three m lithf, mid lti effect has b.cti wo;iderl'il.
It has driven t he jiotfoi' from his jyteiii, tti" i an
cer ha healed i-reatly. bin tc-cth hiv-beco-ne
itro-k ajain. and be thil.k be k I e- n r-etied
from an awful death. He is the u.cst tutbttciafuc
man I ever iiaw.''
Our trea'lue on r.ioodand Skin Diesiennikd
free to applicant!'.
TUE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Drawer :i. Atlanta, (in.
Now York Ofliee, 1.V) W. aid St . between Sixth
and Seventh Avenues
SM.T I:HKt M, I'l ZI-.M A. si l.idlt.A, srAI.T)
Knie!a, 'letn-r, lliv.n, liaii'ii nil, l;ai''c r'3
Itch, riiiiplcH, stints, (.ai Uiiich'H. I Lint l'nioiilin
,i. I'uiMIIII'll W Min is, Itll.tjVVUI MI, Sllllt.tllll, Ulld
ail diseases uf llie kin.
F'T Files, W otitiits, Cnts, fleers or Sores, no
reined v i o piiiinpt in sonlbiim and henlii;it as
Fapilliin Skin Cure. It docs not -mart "i hum.
Vinrtiuiu in ten Innjvfgr.s acmmiwj eury !xAtlt,
NASA I. CATAP.I1H, AtTTF. or CHKoMi' COM)
ill thu Head, ltose L'uld, liionebial Caiaiih and
Cleanses (be nostrils, permits natural brcntninif,
and pn'Nents inrrU'Uatioiis, sniulles and .iieetnK'
It isaspc, iliieini' fir Cold In the Head-win h
ia caused by smtdcii chalices in the atmosphere.
IHrKtimu in ItimjumitB accumjumii nxry tutllt,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO
TOR BALE BY ALL DBUGOIBTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL 0. SCIIUII,
Snecial Auts. in this oitv
if l? AM
avi uii rvs-ii
b. Its som-ii Cl.ARC nr., Clilctira i KJ
Ubllilmil 1M.J', ! nil liusllim all I'rl
val, NvrTitut, Ctiruulc sua brclftl illi
.Rpirmtiorhin, Imitoieprr liwiusl
. lnrs'rltyi,KnislinllsMf, tti. Cn
' uluiu.n p'mnnlly, or by Iriter fn
Dr. Kn tli only pbiilcUu lu Hit
) rltT ltil WRrrantl Cora or no nsv. 631
ft Ulutialtil hwk. viu l.m vriteilpUua, II b mill,
Quoon Victoria Seriously 111 and
Throatonod With Wor30
Great Alarm Felt for ITer Majesty's
Safety, Even Console on tho Stouk
Exchange Ful'iat; O.'f.
The Prince of Wales, With Members of
the Royal Family and Dr. Jenner
En Route to Darmstadt.
'I UK Qt KK.N COM I.NKO In If I' It KOOM.
London, April I 'J. Conslili rabli-alarm
has liecii crt-att-il y tin: reci ijit of ilis
patehi'M from liarmstadt ani;o tinc-i ny tl.a'
(jti'-i n Victoria is coiiiinu'l to lu r room
ly an attaek of lumbago. Tin: ilijiatclirs
nrc very brief reLMi'diii',' heT lllni'MS, which
only excites tin: more alarm aiiioiin Uiom:
who I'eincinlicr her sufferings from her
recent full ut Windsor C.isiiu. Durina
her illness the rheumatic, pains, which
were chirked to the fall, were such as to
make Inr extremely nervous and fre
quently hysterical, ut time even
con.pollliii; her physicians to report to hy
podermic injection-;of morphine. U is
known that In-r liv-iciaus feared a re
turn of t!io-e pain- on account of the
daii' r oi t c.t;iiL' the -ciatlc nerve which
in p r-oiis who in other respects do not
poS-c-S excellent health i- the fat d point
in "out, from w hich divase the lleeli
has for yi ars sntfen-d.
The suioiiwnoiis threat- setit In-r before
she left Windsor for the continent were
part y known to In-r, and she wasrtrribly
excited ow r tlie lu. The lltllliber of poliec
on In r train and the ,-iht of the guards,
patrols uud rtairuieii aimc the line of her
journe ;cl't--d ry materially to an ex.
citeiin iit w ii.cli almost levam.- iin-ntai dis
order. Illl iiou'dirilf tin- l.-iiorin: at Shei.-r-in-ss
-he rapidly rejaitn-d spirit- until the
Hpla-h of the oar- of tit : many auard
boats at niu'ht renewed iierappreheii-ions.
ln- improved nil tii'.- voy-iao and lauded
iu L'ood heaith and spirit at 1'lu-hiii.
Nothiiii; was ami-s with her but .-litint
far L'Ue on rea 'Inn,' ll irin-iadl, but the
fact of the iili,e- of tin: Klllpi I'or of
1 1 rm any pr- cut '.n.' paying her the
Ioijo arraiii;".! vi-u of Ihur-day jno-
duceil fre-a in:rvou-in:- which rap.diy
pa.--ed into pro-tr.iiio:i. A renewal of
the pains ill
in I! I i:o AM) IIO K
which follow el her fall some months a 20
at Wind-or Ca-tie .-et in and le r sutfer
IliL's have since iieeli so intense that her
physician- have res ,rted to hypodermic
injections of morphine in heroic quanti
ties. They fear the linen's pains are
already I'X' i'iiu' tin- sciatic nerve, dam.'cr-oii-always,
f-vi-n tj persons in the most
robu-t health, but ab-oiiWeiy fatal where
tin- tufP-rer i- trouty and the fuecn
has . tillered from i.itit for years.
A special train fomi ('harin'j; Cross
Station takes the l'riuce of Wales and
some of the junior members of the Koyal
f itu ly, with c e ary of War Lord
llarUm.'t 'ii. and l)r. ir Win. Ji iincr and
Mr. las. I'j-j.t, by the Sotithea-teru Kail
road to liovr, win re they sail for Calais
on the way to IUrm-tadt. The
1, 1. nn -1 i:ciikmkm
I'eiw adi s the city. Consols fell slightly
on the sloe k exchange, but rallied, 'i'el-eL'ram-
yrrive momeiitai'ily at the For-
eiu'll oH'.ce. A Ca!d!let meeting is beill'
held in liowniic street this afternoon.
The Crown Trine-ess of (iermany as
cabled I.ord iranvillc that she has started
from lirrlin to be wilh her mother.
AoMN KKM MU.D.
I.tvi niooi., April 1'.'. John Daly, the
su-peetcd dynamiter arrested at liirkeu
head ami remanded for a week, was to
day atrain remanded for one week at the
request of the prosecution. It is claimed
that the analysis of the contents of the
machine found in his possession is in
complete. The friends of the prisoner
claim that the chemist is unable to dis
cover any explosive substance and that
the delay in brinitii.' the case to trial is
jrrauteJ in the hope that the detectives
may discover other evidence on w Inch to
hold the prisoner.
Hi 1: m in . h a m , April 1'.'. Jas. Kgan, who
w as arrested on suspicion of beiu an ac
complice of Daly, has been further
reinauded for one week at the in
stance of the l'rosecutini: Attorney,
who claims that the examination
in Kuan's case ; the present
moment would seriously embarrass the
detectives. The police have secured im
portant evidence anion;; the papers found
in Kuan's house, which, if not divulued,
will h ad to other arrests. Counsel for
defense moved that pcmUm: examination
Kuan be admitted to bail, but the Court
refused the request.
I'AKNFI.l. AS a I.aM)!.oi:d.
Dcm iN, April T.'. In tlr: suit to-day
of Mr. rarnell auainst Mrs West for
three years' rent of one of his farms,
judgment was rendered In favor of rar
nell. Mrs. West had sublet the farm to
a sub-tenant who refused to pay the rent,
and the defense submitted that the sub
tenant was alone responsible.
Taims, April 10. The (Imloi says that
the police are disposed to recommend to
the authorities the expulsion of the dyna
miters from France if their actions be
come too suspicious. A man recently
engaged in dynamite trallle. in Avenue
L'Opera has suddenly disappeared.
Tims, April Kb Dr. Gustav Nachtiual,
the celebrated traveler, has left here for
West Africa and the Congo country. He
Is sent out by the German Government,
and his mission has political, scieutiilc
and commercial features.
The American Wheat Bait.
Ciiic.uio, III., April li). The Chicago
Times this morning prints a comprehen.
slve crop report by counties, embracing
the Winter and Spring wheat belts of In
diana, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, Nebraska,
Wisconsin, Minnesota and Missouri.
Generally speaking, the Winter wheat not
Winter-kl 1 'd Is in w dol ig wo 1, but the
Spring w heat prosjiects are in it cheering,
owing to continued wet and disagrtcabli
Another French victory lu Toiiqulu is
There were :'.",7 deaths from cholera ut
Calcutta last week.
Fl Mahdi has been sending proclama
tions into Mohammedan India.
Another gold excitement has broken
OUt ill the leinity of I'lke's I'eilk.
'I re ela:i, Chief Secretary for Ireland,
travels with a uuanl of detectives.
The Northern I'ueith: Company expects
to earn t.oi.o h, Up. i-cal year.
I'.ev. F. D. lleiin iiway, a proft ssor at
the Garrett lliblical Institute, Kvanstoii,
III., is dead.
A posse of revenue oillcers captured
ten moonshiners in Ca-ey and Green
A break in the San Joaquin levee ut
I.athiop, Cai., threatened 10,01.0 acres of
grow ii;g w heat.
The Iluntsville Court rules that Dick
l.lddil is a competent witness to testify
again.-t Frank James.
Tin re are now 1,547 convicts In the J
Missouri l'eiiitciitl iry, the largest num
ber ever conliiied there.
The lo'.'th anniversary of the Concord
liuht is being appropriately celebrated
to-1i.1v at Concord, Mass.
French Intrigues in Morocco formed tin:
subject of discussion lit yesterday's meet
ing of the Spanish Cabinet.
Zcb hr l'aslia Is willing to go to the.
Soudan under authority of the Khedive,
but not subject to General Gordon.
The New York Kxei.se Hoard has re
fused to license Harry Hill's theater,
which h i- been running thirty years.
A new stock yards company Is being
orgauiedat l'itlsbiiru'u, to compete with
the l.a-t Liberty Stock Yards C'ouq.u.'iy.
llcpoitsof disturbances and bridge
burning in Mexico are denounced as
malicious tales for stock-jobbing pur
poses. Clias. A. Spaulding having been ar
rested for theft in New Ha en, Conn.,
shot himself live times, intlicting fatal
Mrs. A'jii'vs Uooth has obtained judg
ment for i ,;.. damages agalu.-t Knowles
& Motris, theatre managers, for breach
In l'hila Ic'phiu a movement is on foot
to compel the manufacturers of bouus
butter to 1 oh. r it pink so as to di-tingui.-li
it from real leitti r.
T:i -re wi re p;o failures in the Knic- l
Su.t - in the las', week and six'.eeti ia
Canada, being thirty-eight less taa.i dur
ing th; week lielore.
.1. A. Walsh offers to turn over to tin;
Go, i-rn'm iii all his Star-route dociiineiits
on cotnlitioi, th it he be Hot required to
Uppcar as U Witness.
In t:ie L'iliteil States court at Charles
ton ye-t'-nlay all the fines involving vio
la! nci of federal election laws were
c t' ick. ii froin the docket.
A bill is to he introduced in Congress
to in ..t tin' troubles caused by fencing in
puV;'.- lands jn Dal:o'a and Texas and by
t.io cutting of such fences.
The :a-e of the liele her Sugar Ih-llning
Company vs. tin- St. Louis KL-vitor Com
pany w is argued ami submitted in the
Missouri Supreme Court to-day.
The liepubli'.ans of th- Cleveland,
oh o, Congressional District to-day elect
ed A. C. 11 J!! aid Kdwin Cow les as di.de-gat.-s
to the National Convention. They
go u:. instructed, but arc lliaine men.
A Kansas- City Court to-day dissolved
tin- temporary injunction obtained by
Tiios. Cnrrig.in of ihe Kansas City and
Wyandotte Horse J Kailway, prohibiting
the City Council from giving a charter to
a competing road.
Al A It KIM' KKl'OKTS.
Gifiin and Provision?.
SATIl.IiAV. A Mill. Ft, lsC
Cottox Steady; niiditlintr, lPs'2l-o.
li.oi it -tendy; AAX to t lioice, .i.o0 J .".";
pa ems. $.- :. "'. i.W.
WiiK.vi-lluher; No. U, lted, tl.lOil lto4:
No. :i ! d. l.o!:j.
I 010 Ho lier: Xo. 2 mixed, s4 o4.-ilC; .No.
2 while mixed, 5 s-.
oats Steady: No. 2. "trr'A ,e.
If vr. Stea ivj No. 2, c.
'rmtxeco linn; nns. eoinmnn to choice,
V ',.V lo.im; iciii; t'linmoii red leaf, t'.i.'-:
lo.oi: i:i. 'bul:i to food !u."iii'' I7..V).
II v I'ni i ie tiu. il.tHi for prime: $11 V
( I : no tor choice: t.'iiveil flO"'l: I'm-com.'ci ti
to prime; tinioiby Jltti'T o.- pnmc to lancy.
lit rri.n Meady: clioi.-e t 1 fancy eivansci.v,
,-'.-;.. c iliiev, piinl to (di iice 2."'i27e; uad
2-e. for selections, low-(i-i adi 9 nominal.
l-lf.os vv, a ; at ll'.e.
I'oTA roKs Fair demand and c:t-. ;
I'.a-ti r;i. 4:) ' :5c; Nm-tlicni, Ut.(si,i'ic; b it
torn itnd Illinois, l.V.-:i",c.
1'iiks-Dull; Btiitnliird nn-ss, ?17.tM; hard
side. I l'i.l'i.
l.AUO Meady; prime steam, nominal ut
llAcoN I.oiijrs, Tiiic; shorts, t'5i-; clear
ribs, to, .'.ii.iC.
Wool Tub-w ashed choice. lil.-Ue: 11c
iliiun.:i.i;i.,c: iinwii-hivi medium, iilc; low
and course grades, IV c.l-e.
Hiuks Vuict; dry Hint, Is'.c: dam
iv.'eil, l')'-,c; to it Is: (,- stai-'S. Inutile; my
sailed, 1-ic; dry snitch iliumnrod, 11c; kip and
calf. salted, '-".ic; duaiaired, 7'4c: luiMs and
stnijs, tie; jrree'i, uuciired, s-e; dumatrcd,
Siikki' I'ki.ts Steiuly; irreen, tsicr ?l.i"h
dry do. inf.-.'.Toe., as to aMioiiut nml minlity of
weol; jrreeri glicai-inirs, i-'t;i v.; dry do, lo-'-'oc.
I It IC Mil).
Wiif.at lli'-'her; April, smic; May, f7c;
June, -.1 ;i't mi .,!; July. tMe.
c'lins H Uli r. April, .Me: May, ,"i2'8c;
June. 51 ve; .Inly, "eif ; A inrust, ,'i7' ,c.
hats Steady; A jiril ol'jc; May, ti.''2e; .hino,
32 -e: Julc. :i.''c.
P011K-W1 uker; May, Jlti.sO; June, lii.!-3:
I. Aim Firmer; May, fS '57S; June, fs I7'i;
siioKT ltuis May, fS.lkq June, fs.:;; 2;
July, f nd.
WuKAT-?U-iV!y: No. 2 Fed, May, Jl.tll;
Ju '. fl.U'.1-: Jnlv, ?!.0t; An -ust, ff.i.M.
Chun Hitrher; May, eU'se; June, !;
o'.vrs I li-m; Western, April, d7'4c. May,
t!7 : c; Jim", H'i'jC.
PitovisioNS Port Dull; spot mess, S-!!."0
filii.l.i; laud lliirli r; -leiiiu, .May, i:',s s 0 ;
Live Stock HarUcts.
Hons Pe eipts, .ih: in-iii e mid 5 to !(lc
higher; libt, f ."1. 1 ; i" ; romrli piickitiL'.
ri.l.Vo.o.S",; llellV) pIlcklllK UUll bhippillK, fe. 'd
CATTI.R Receipt, 2,:!tm: slow: expoits. J'l.ifl
fff.li.T'l : t-i lii ill "tl to choice, f "i.2lif!.io; tmt. li
ei s. t ;.'"ni -i.mi; s'nckei s, ( i.'.a to.lil.
SnuKl' Ueeeii ts, i.Uil ; sieiiilj ; e ininon to
C'ATTt.R (Julet: irco l to choice steers. $fl.efl
ftn.iai; fair to irocd. .".";" 'tl.:Mi; mixed butch
ers', f:i.',iVo.".ui); stockeis, tl.ir.4..VI.
Sulk. 1 W euiier; lair to 00 I Western sheep,
Jlo.V-U.f'O; choleo to 'a-cy, ('b'j,ii.:)i good
Wes'ern Intntis, t'H .2.V'47.:fi.
lino: Dull; (rood to choice Yorkers, rt.l5
tr4ii.an; Kooil medium weights, fii.l.Vu.tt.W; pigs,
C'ATTi.K- Ki'celpta, 2,2.0: stendv but kIowj
nntn e steers of I to t.isi 1 1 is nverin-'O,
i.'i.-.'. ffi .,i: stnekem anil Ifceders, 4.I0 (,11 UU;
Ilocs lo'CVliit)', 1, (Ml; t-i a' 'i d 'O'er:
to h of I - to :i II lbs. HveiTi;fe, f ih , l '1,
iniiin'y, i NtuCiViW.
Mlb:!' Uteeipis, W,j iju ct and 111 di.i-.M-st
BY THE (.ATE OF TIIE SEA
N'llNt.'-.li KltoM I'lll-T I' OK.
would havctijccil her and have brought
ber back anin. Hut tain is all her story.
That is all the confession she has to inake,"
You are quite siji h she Is innocent and
good, 1'hilr' a.-kcl Tregartlieii, looking
askance at him.
" I tun ns sun; of her innocence and good- j
liess as I am of my own hisurt beating at ;
this moment.'' 1
" So was I,"' returned Tregartlieii. ''Don't '
ym s,e, Fliii," . added, "that you nro
bomewhat indiscreet. ' This huly is my wife,
and it is a little hurl that I should he
asked ci'hcr to incriminate her or to con
done her crimes. Let me honr 110 more of :
her. our loe exeu-es you now, and your :
inexperience al. m.r would bu extenuation ;
enough for -o well-meant a folly," 1'hil j
accepted Ins lebull' ill silence, but ll" was
none the le..N aiu-e that h" was right, and I
that some dreadful error had separated I
Arthur and Ins wife. " Let us change the j
question," said Tiv;;arthen. "Tell me of ,
your studies. Who is your friend. Mr. i
Marsh f I am nut of the world here, and I
know nothing of him, though you speuk of
him (is beili' futuolls.''
1'hil had no heart to talk, but he an
swered Treurtlicn's questions, and won
dered all the while what the mad siccch of
an hour no had meant. There was 110
trace of inadi,e-s now. The youngster
knew well enoii-h that he had made a fool
ish move in attempting to influence Tre
garthen by a ineri) impression of his own,
and yet he was as certain as he could be
of anything that his impression was the
true one. Hut Arthur seemi-J frozen into
indifference, ntid 1'hil had no evidence to
otTor, even had his benefactor been eager to
demand it. The lad was anything but a
fool, and yet it had seemed "to him quite
natural to suppose that he should fom
down here, hot a-lie was with sympathy. and
by a mere touch thaw the heart which had
been fro-t-bomid all these years. He had
miscounted the relative forces. The frost
had conquered the fire, und his own heart
for the moment was almost as cold and
dark as Trearthen's.
Tregarthcu r-eased to question, and the
two walked side by side in silence. 1'hil
be'an to muse, and while he mused, the
tire began to burn again.
" Arthur," he said, suddenly, "there are
things we can't prove that wu are sure of
all the same. I'm sure I know that sho
Js innocent of auy greater fault than that
deceit. I know I irive vou Fain. Arthur.
but I shnul I deserve nothing you have
done for me if I didn't speak. Let mo
bring you together. If you could see her,
if you could hear her, you wiul l believe
Tregarth'-n looked at hiui, an 1 saw there
Were tears in his eyes.
" It is well to have a good heart. Phil,"
fe said, gently, "base as the world is.
Keep your beliefs iu goodness. You are
happier, and will be happier for them, till
the bitter day when you must hse them.
Virtue and honor are fine things to believe
In." He laughed there, and went on:
" Hope's a toothsome dish when oiie-atid-twenty
serves it piping hot. Hopa served
b.ot Hope gone cold cold Hope in the pot
-nine days old. A nauseous mess:, 1'hil.
Ko relishing it. Take it away.''
There was a tone in this bitter badinage
which was more afflicting to Phil than even
the tenderness which had preceded it. Tre
garthen had given him a right by love him;
and he loved him, and he was young and
iiithusiastic, and sure with the certainty
of enthusiastic youth.
" Y'ou are wrong, Arthur,'' ho cried al
most with passion. " Virtue and honor
live after one-and-twenty. Y'ou prove it
yourself. Y'ou are virtuous, and a man of
lionor, and do you think that you are a
rarity in nature? I haven't seen much of
the world, but I know it's a better world
than you think it. You have had a cruel
experience, Arthur. Y'ou have eaten worm
wood, and everything tastes of worm
wood." "Very well, Phil," aid Tregarthen,
quietly. "The flavor will last 1110 my life
time. The collhi-worin will scour well if
he scours it all away and gives me leave to
rise for judgment with a clean tongue."
1'hil sighed, and ollered no reply. " I have
had sometimes half a mind of late," said
Tregarthcn, speaking suddenly, and with a
new vivacity, " to put this pretty world to
the test, as I could do, but I shrink from
debauching altogether men who may not
yet be wholly given over to the devil.
Who is your lnmest man in the world, Phil
ymir one incorruptible, unpurchasablc?"
Here was the craze again, thought Phil,
miserably, lie would at least be sure of
'How would you bast the world, Ar
"That's my news, Phil, if I chose to tell
it," Tregarthcn answereil. " Tell me your
honest man, and I will buy him, and turn
him to whatever creed you like."
" Buy Thomas Carlyle," said 1'hil sar
donically. Even madness if Arthur
were really mad, and had not some
curious meaning yet unfathomed de
served no courtesy on a theme like this.
"How do you propone to do it.'" Tre
garthcn laughed allowingly, as a man
might laugh at a childish puzzle ollered by
a child. " What should it profit Aim, of all
men in the world," asked Phil, " to gain the
whole world and lose his own soul What
could you offer him;"
"My pulse as yours doth temperately
keep time, und makes ns healthful music,"
said Tregartlieii, stretching out his hand, as
if to invite 1'hil to test him. " Look 1110 in
the face. Am I mad disordered ? Is
there any sign of mental derangement iu
me ( Do I speak in cool blood and in pos
session of my faculties ) And do you
know mo for a man of honor, who never
lied in his life i Well. I tell you there is
no virtue that would not sell itself, and none
I could not buy."
All this was painful, but, much as he
suffered in the process, Phil determined, to
examine Tregartheu's mind more closely.
" You mean," he asked, " that you your
selfyou personally might buy all the
virtue in the world 1" Tregartheu iucliuod
Ids head gravely.
"1 mean nothing else and nothing less
than that," tie answered; "but as 1 told
you just now, power and responsibity are
inseparable. 1 dare not put even the mean.
est wretch in the world to the test, for
though he is waiting to be debauched, and
was born for no better destiny, and desires
no better, I dare not have it on my soul
that he con point to me at the great assizo
and say, ' There is the man who first
bought my conscience.' " Ho walked a lit
tle further, and then, turning, said, "This
power has been wisely hidden from man
kind, and whenever a man has found it he
has seen the harm of his discovery, and
lit a left no record of the fatal gift his
studies have brought him. I shall do as
my predecessors have done, I have not
even hinted until to-day mf possession of
the power I hold. It will die with me. It
is better that it should. I shall not even
make use of it to prolong my own days,
for suffering is the chief gift of many
years, and I have borne enough already."
1'hil saw no way of esrpe from the
dreadful truth, lie was willing to believe
in ir.nny n.arvcla, hut the fancier which
had ta:;eii posiessson of Tregartheu weto
the birth of mere madness. Kxivpt tii i'
ho smke hopelessly and like a cynic upon
all themes he touched in the course of Hint
afternoon's walk, Arthur's mind seemed
sound enough, apart, from this one astound
ing aberration. What with affection and
pity Phil's heart was like to break; and
when at last Tregarthen took hliu back to
the house, and showed him that trumpery
bit of greenish crystal, as the talisman
which could give riches and power and
eternal youth to its possessor, the lad could
hold in Ids grief no longer, but fairly sat
down, with his face in his hands, ami cried.
Tho owner of the precious talisman took
no notice of the outburst, but, sitting in
the attitude In which Phil had dieovere I
him a few hours before, he stared ut the
treasure with an absorbed and dreamy
ga.e. It was hopeless to speak to him un
less to argue, absurd to demand a test.
Phil watched him broken-heartedly for a
while and then stole away. There 6eemed
to his disturbed hoart a threatening. shadow
on the house, and in tho chill twilight of
tho lone rooms he found a fear he had never
Tho housekeeper summoned him to din
ner, hut ho excused himself at first, until
the poor woman broke out and declared
that there was a blight upon the place.
" No luncheon, sir, and now, no dinner,
and Mr. Arthur going about like a ghost,
eating nothing for days, together, and
wearing himself into his gravel For pity's
sake, Mr. Philip, do eat something, sir
and a healty young gentleman like you,
sir, ought to have an appetite, I'm sure
for if you don't I shall make up my mind
there's something dreadful in the house.
I'm half afraid to live in it already."
"At this appeal he consented; but when
he went to induce Tregarthen to join him
he found the door locked against him, and
there was no answer to his summons.
To bs Continued
W. F :,,Mr.mx, r-v - innonif ,'nn Pci.i.ktih
and mi Hnl. mi pn,.R..er nir. nr. Order for all
kinds 01 Ktciniiont jii pnniiiii; solicited. Dfllce
at liowci'd Uurjcu.i iiuul, Nu. ',i Ohio iuvee.
Remember that the Cincinnati fnd Mem
phis T'lcket CV. will open i:p their excur
sion round trips on the 1st of May, uud
the rate from Cairo to Cincinnati und re
turn will be only $12, including rooms while
in port at Cincinmiti. Tickets good for
the entire month. See W. F. Lnmbdin.
Passenger Agent, and tret your tickets.
The Tlios. Sherlock for New Orleans and
the Buckeye Statu fur Memphis left Cincin
nati at 5 p. m. yeiterdiy, both boats de
parted with good trips.
Yesterday wus one of the dullest days
this season in steamboat circles. The Ohio
is still rising.
The City of New Orleans passed up early
The Minnetonka left here yesterday even
ing at o" o'clock for the Government works
on the lower Mississippi. She had a big
tow of rucks.
The brass band of the Matie Williams
Theatrical Company discoursed some de
lightful music yesterday, under the "leader
ship" of Prof. Sol Silver.
The towboat S. L. Wood left here for
Pittsburg yesterday morning. She had
large tow of empty barges.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis last night. She had a
fair up stream trip.
The Hudson passed up for St. Louie last
If you feel inclined te hkg a little picnic
don't forget the Chas. Morgan, for they
say she is coming with her "Dude Suit On,"
and will be tho champion pic-nickcr ttt
Louis this season.
The James W. Gaff from Memphis will
arrive hero at noon to day for Cincinnati.
See W. F. Latubdin, Passenger Agent, and
get you tickets.
The Wyoming from New Orleans is due
to-morrow for Cincinnati.
The II. T. Dexter has got a date and is
billed for Cairo to-day and return to Evans
ville. Don't forget the Gaff to-day with her
fine string band of music. You can mix
business with pleasure by taking a trip on
the Gall' with Capt. Moore. Jas. Surtees
runs the office.
Tho Commonwealth from St. Louis ia
duetto-night for Vicksburg.
The John A. Seudder left St. Louis Sat
urday evening and will report here in the
morning for New Orleans.
The Paris C. Brown will arrive here to
morrow for New Orleans. Capt. Alex,
liability iccotnaiaud and Mr. Chris Young
in the office.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville IB due
tomorrtiw morning niul her advertised
time of leaving on her return trip is 10 a.
m. same day.
"A rolliug stonu gathers no moss;'" but
it may iget an advertisement for Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup painted on it.
In the entire history of rheumatic and
neuralgia remedies there is no record like
that made by Athlophoros. The testimo
nials are from tho very best people. They
are only given after fair trial. They are
direct and unqualified as to the cures it
works. The test cases have all been diffi
cult ones, many of them cases given up by
doctors, or where despair had set in after
remedies were supposed to be exhausted.
And lust, but by no means least, the best
and strongest of the testimonials are from
persons who never before testified to the
merits of any preparation.
in the sinuses of the teeth soon grow into
appalling cavities, if disregarded. Check
advancing decay at tho outset with 80ZO
DONT, and tho pain of toothache, the
wretchedness of eating with unsound teeth,
and tho dyspeptic symptoms caused by
swallowing half-masticated food may be
prevented. This aromatic and salutary ar
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sponglncss of the gums. Its popularity is
"All your own fault
If you remain tick wuen jou can
(let Uop ilttters that never-Fall.
The weakest woman, smallest child,
And sickest inva'id can use Hop Bitters
with safety and great good.
Old men totteriug around from rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weakness
will be almost new by using Hop Bitters.
My wil'u and daughter were made
healthy by the use of Hop Bitters and I
recommend them to my people. Metho
Ank any good doctor If Uop
Bitter are not the bent family nied ciue
Malarial fever, Ague biuI Biliousness
will leave every neighborhood as soon as
Hop Litters arnve.
"My mother drove the paralysis and
neuralgia ml out of In-r his'imii with Hop
Bitters." KM. Oswego Sun.
Keep tim kidneys Leuiiliy AilU Hup
Bittern and you need not feur sickness.
Ice water is tendered harin'ccs and
more tef'risliing and reviving with Hup
Bitters in each draught.
Tin; vigor of youth for the n god and
infirm in Hop Bitteis!
- "Alt'ie chance of lif: nothing iqiaU
Hop Hitlers to alUy all troubles iiuiiKnt
"The best peiiedical for ladies to take
monthly and imp. which they will receive,
the greatest bent tit is Flop Bitters''
Mothers with sickly, fretful, nursing
children, wi.l cure the children and benefit
themselves by taking Hop Hitters daily.
TI-.Misinds die annually from some
foitn of kiudney d sa-es that might have
been pievente 1 by a timely usu of Hop
Indigestion, weak stomach, irregulari
ties of the btiwds, cannot cxi-t when Hop
Bitters are used.
A timely uaenfllop
Hitters will keep a whole family
In rohuM health a year at a little co't.
To produce real genuine sleep and
child-like repose all night, take a little
Hop Bitters on retiring.
That indigestion or stomach gas at
night, preventing rest and sleep, will disap
pear by using Hop Bitters.
Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old
ladies are made perfectly quiet anil spright
ly b using Hop Bitters.
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery ft r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases ot lnroat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Bottles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
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The well-known strengthening properties
of Ikon, combined with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found in Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
Look out for Your Head I
No matter what parts it may finally
affect, catarrh always starts in the head, and
belongs to the head. There is no mystery
about tho origin of this direful disease. It
begins in a neglected cold. One of the
kind that is "sure to be better in a few
days." Thousands ot victims know how it
is bv sad experience. Ely's Cream Balm
cures colds in the head and catarrh in all
its stages. Not a snuff nor a liquid. Ap
plied with the finger to the nostrils.
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacilic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, ami paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. TownsE.no, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
617 St. Charles St,, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rsBular Ortulnnto of two medical
coUeires, lias been loiik'ei engaged in the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervoui, tskiu anil
JJlooil Diseases than any other physician In
Bt. Iiimli, as city Iaper allow and all obi reil
ilents know. Consultation atntttce or br mall,
free and invited. A friendly talkorhls opinion
costs nothliiK. When it l Inconvenient to visit
the city for treatment, medicines can be sent
by mall or ex press everywhere. Curable cases
guaranteed: where doubt eUMlt la frankly
elated, tailor Write,
Herrom Prostration, PeMllty, Mental and
Fhynlral Weakness. Merrorlal ami other
affettlonnof Throat, Skin ana Bones, Blood
ImpurltUa and Blood Poisoning, Sain After
tlons, Old Sores and fleers, Impediments to
Marriage. Hhennutism, Piles. Special at
tention te tases from over-worked brain.
Kt miK'tii TASKS rerelre special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a phvslcian parlor
particular attention to a class of cases attains
great skill, and physicians Inrevular practice
all over the country knowing this, freiliieutty
recommend cases to the oldest oitlce lu Ameri
ca, whereevery known appliance Is resorted
to, and the proved good romeilien of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house U
used fnrotllee purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner) and, knowing
what to do, no experiments are made, Un ac
count of the great number applvlng, the
charges are kept low, often lower than fs de
manded by others. If you secure the skill and
ret a speed jr and perfect life cure, that Is the
mportant matter. Pamphlet, 34 pages. Scut
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