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na rotiirninj homo
tltt'oiigh tlio woods, after r. lonij day's
work. Tho silvery moon had risen, and
the stars wero twinkling through tliu
donso foliitge ovmliead.
Suddenly, ns if awukeiiod by his clnar
wliistlin', H shrill voice full upon his
'Hero I am lioro I am!" it criod
with startling distinctness.
Hallo!" cried Jack. "Who is there?
where are you?"
"Hero 1 "am hero I am."
Jack iookod round in vain for any
sijjns of life, though the voico did not
seem like that of a human being ruoro
like a bird.
"t'oino out then and show yoursolf,"
cried Jack, impatiently.
"Hern 1 am hero 1 am."
Jack looked round, and thero, in tlio
faint moonlight, he saw perched on n
swaying bough a bird.
"It's a tamed starling that has stray
ed away from sonic one, or I am much
mistaken," ho thought; then, pleased
with tho bird's sagacity, he caught tho
tiny thing in his hand and bore it with
him to his home.
Jack Kilis lived in a little cottago on
the outskirts of the village of Tryon.
Thero ho dwelt alone, but happy and
The starling after it had grown to
know its now master, seemed very
much attached to him.
One evening, as Jack sat bosido his
coltairo door, smoking in peaceful qui
etness, a childish voice broke tho si
lence which had fallen.
"ilalio, Jack! how are you?" and a
little blue-eyed boy, with a bright
smile on his rosy face, came forward.
"Ah, Ned, is that you?" cried Jack.
"You are quite a stranger."
"1 luivo been away, but returned
vesterday, so came over to see you,"
"I am glad you did not forget your
old friend, Nod. But, now that you
havo come, I havo something now to
show you. Speck!"
In obodionco to his master's voice.
Spock hopped out of his cago and flew
toward Jack, perching on his shoulder.
"Sec, Nod, my new littlo companion.
He's clover, too can talk ns plainly
'"'And whero did you get him?" Ned
said, gazing with admiring, envious
eyes at tho bird.
"I found him one night when I was
coming through tho woods."
"And did you teach him to talk?"
"No, ho know all ho speaks before I
"1 should like a bird liko that, (ilvo
him to me do, Jack," Nud said plead
ingly. "No, no, Ned; I couldn't. Ho has
grown to bo quito a part of myself; nei
ther Speck nor myself could get alone
withouteach other could we.old boy?'
ho added all'ectionatoly to his feathered
Speck put his hoad knowingly on ono
side, and his bright littlo eyes sootnod
to sparkle ns they rested on his mas
Nod Iookod disappointod, and lio
"I am so sorry. Hut, Jack," horo
tho pretty face brightened, "ouo day
yon may wish to give him tip; if so,
don't forgot mo.
"No; if tno day should ever conio
when 1 would consent to part with
Speck, you will bo tho ono to whom I
shall give him."
But half contont, yet forced to bo sat-
lsiieit, wild lus promise, Ned chatted
gaily for an hour with his friend, then,
with a bright "good night," sped swift
After tins Nod becamo a constant
visitor at Ellis's cottage, and tho nioro
no went tlio nioro desirous ho was to
havo possession of tho nrottv bird.
At last one day, arrivins earlier than
usual, ho found Kllis had not returned,
but tho door was only fastened from
without, so Ned had no diiliculty in en
lor sometime ho amused himself
with talking to Speck, teaching him
some new words.
"l do wisn Jack would givo linn to
me," he thought, "ho cann like him so
much as I would," and ho looked long
ingly at the bird.
A sudden temntation entered his
head to take it and let Jack think it had
"I can easily hide it, and Jack would
never know." Then, afraid that Ellis
would return before he had carried out
his design, he took Spock in his hand
and thrust him into his pocket.
He made swiftly for the door, but ore
lie reached it a well known and now
very unwelcome footstep Bounded out
side, and Jack came through the tiny,
"Hallo, little Ned!" ho criod cheer
fully, "you are early to-day."
"Yes; I waited though for you," Ned
answered, shuffling uneasily about
"But I cannot stay now, mother wants
me; I only came to say that fathor
wants to see you to-night"
"All right; 1 will come directly after
I have had my tea. Have you been
talking to SpeckP Hallo! whore ii lie?"
Jack added in sudden alarm, looking
around tho room, for tho first timo
missing the noisy welcome his feather
ed friend always gave him.
"I don't know. He was here just
now," Ned said, "Perhaps ho has
"He never does that But A will
look," and Jack went outside tho cot
tage and called:
Speck! Spock! Whero are youP"
At first no answer came to his loud
calls, then the well fomombered voice,
now low and muffled, said in faint ac
cents: "Hero I amhere I am."
"But where?" said Jack in perplex
Ity. J'Surely be cannot have got sonio-
IliK DAIi.V (JAtlto HUlLKTIN; WEDNESDAY MOitNlNti SEPTEMBER 8, 1834.
whero and can't get away, flo ficeins
Ned grow rod and uncomfortable.
Tho bird, rebellious nt his coullnemciit,
struggled hard to get free,
Noting tho boy's discomfort and his
shamed face, a new suspicion entered
"Nod," ho said rathor sternly, "what
have you been doing? You havo been
playin somo trick with Speck. Whero
Ned did not answer, but dug his fists
into his eyes, and began to cry.
"Tell me at once, Nod!" Jack con
tinued. "Where Is my bird?"
''Hero I am," came in mullled ne
cents from Nod's pocket, this timo
loud enough for Ellis to hear where it
With a sharp exclamation ho put bis
hand ccntly in tho boy's pocket, and
drew tho poor.trembling littlo prisoner
Jack pressed his lips to tlio soft tiny
liouil, a look of delight chasing tho
anxious shadow from his face.
Ned stood silently by, afraid to go
without ouo word of pardon from Ellis,
his blue eyes dimmed with repentant
tears, his mouth still quivering witn
"Jack, ho said nt length, plead
ingly, sorrowfullv, "will you forgive
Ellis started; for a moment lie had
forgotten tho child; now a stern frown
settled on his brow, and ho Bald very
"I did not think Ned, my little
friend, would ever becoino n thief.
You know how much 1 lovo my bird;
how sorry 1 should havo been to have
lost him; yet you enter my home, and
steal the only thing 1 caro for."
"1 am sorry indeed J am. sobbeii
"Yes, now. lint suppose I had not
returned in time, I might havo Iookod
in vain for Speck, and you would havo
been laughing at my misfortune, i am
disappointed, Ned, vorv; and I hopo
for tlio futtiro you will koop away from
m v home."
"Oh, no, Jack! Dou't say that Let
mo still be your friend. You will never
lind mo so ungrateful ngain, i'orgivo
Ellis's faco softonod and ho placed
lis hand on tho child's bowed hoad.
"1 will pardon you this once," ho
Bald, "but if I find you attempting to
. i f - -.1. 1..- -1F..I ...
t:iK! rqiecK iroiii mo uy uisiioiiubi
means, von will never enter my door
lin. Do you hear?
Yes. Thank vou, Jack. You nood
have no fear of my ever forgetting,"
Ellis sniilffd cheerfully, and with his
bird perched upon his shoulder, outercd
the cottago happy at having found his
"Coino in, isou, and tako tea with
nic," ho called to tho boy, who lingered
Ned gladly accepted tho invitation,
nor did ho ever at tempt to obtain Speck
The Significance of Kin;;i.
It is understood that a gentleman
who desires to marry wears a plain or
chased gold ring upon tho first linger
of tho left or heart hand. When iio ue
conies engaged the ring passes to
the second linger. After marriago it
passes to tho third finger. If, however,
tlio gentleman desires his lady friends
to clearly understand that ho is not "in
tho market," and does not wish to
marry at all, ho wears tho signet upon
his littlo linger. This will inform all
ladies that ho is beyond reach. With
tho ladies a plain or chased gold ring
on tho littlo lingor of tho left hand indi
cates "not engaged," or ready for an
otter. v hen engaged tlio ring passes
to tho third linger of tho riejlit hand.
When married tho third finger of tho
left hand receives tho ring. When a
young lady desires to defy all suitors
slio places rings ono on tho lirst and
ono on tho tourtn linger. A writer on
tho subject of rings says: "Though tho
ring of gold has long boon looked upon
ns a necessity m mo marriago ceremo
ny, it i3 by no means indisiiousablo, and
civil' marriages may bo celebrated with
out it The Furitans abolished tho
ring, or, rather, tried to do so; thoy
looked upon its uso as superstitious and
of heathen origin. Quakers gener
ally object to tho ring on account of
its heathen origin, but tho ladies of that
persuasion havo shown a decided pre
fereneo for its continuanco on account
of tho invidious position in which a
married lady might bo placed for want
of it. editing rings aro placed on
tho left hand to typify obedience. Tho
converse is probably tho roasou why
tho engaged band is placed on tho
third right-hand linger of a finnce. who
still possesses a largo amount of free
dom, and frequently exercises her pow
er in an arbitrary manner." Brooklyn
Henry Clay's Fortune.
Ben: Ferley I'ooro says in his remi
niscences: "Henry Clay was pronounc
ed insolvent uy ins Kentucky opponents
in 1812, and they paraded somo mort
gages on his property as evidences of
las inability to pay Ids debts. In a lot
tor to a friend during this calumny, Mr.
uiay sum: u nm not iree, absolutely,
from debt 1 am not rich. I nover
coveted riches. But my cstato would.
oven now, bo estimated at not much
loss than $100,000. Whatever it may
do, it is grauiving 10 Know tnat it is
tho product of my own honest labor.no
part of it bolng heroditary except ono
Biavo wuo wouiu ouiigo mo very much
if ho would accopt Ins freedom. It is
sufficient, aftor paying all my debts, to
leave my laniny above want if l should
bo scnuratcd from thorn. It is a maltor
also of consolation to mo to know that
this wanton exposure of my privato af
fairs can do mo no pecuniary prejudice.
My fow creditors will not allow their
confidence in me to bo shakon by it It
has, indeed, led to one incident, which
Was at the samo timo a source of ploas-
uro and of pain. A mend lately called
on me, at tho instance of other mends,
and informod mo that thoy wore ap
prehensive that my private affairs were
embarrassod, and that I nllowod these
embarrassmonts toproy upon my mfnd.
He eame therefore with thoir authority
to toll mo that thoy would contribute
any sum that I might want to rcliovo
mo. Tho omotlons which such a prop
osition excited can be concoived by
honorablo mon. Holt most happy to
bo able to undeceive them and to de
cline their benevolent proposition.' "
'J Hi; jfuitl-M Of1 HOLfiANDt
An iiuvsHiint Toll nml Vigilance by
Willi h KuIWy U Secured.
Skirting along tho dikes wo had a
good opportunity of seoing somo of tho
incessant toil, some of tho constant
engineering and battling with tho sea
to keep It ut anything liko a safe dis
tance. The dikes about this island
are, perhaps, the finest, tho most con
stantly guarded in all tho country.
Tho dike-workers aro a distinct class
a guild, in fact, jealous of their craft
and its rights and privileges. It is
not the first comer who may bo a regu
lar dike-worker, even if ho should wish
to be. Wo saw great gangs of them
going from point to point with pick ami
shovel, ever on the lookout for weak
spots in tho great embankment ever
rcfaeing it with miles of concrete, and
rilrengtiiening every point with strong
groins running into tho sou.
It was almost pathetic to uoto with
what solicitude every blado of tho
binding bent-grass was coaxed to
grow. Every liitlo-tuft was watched
mid tended as if it was somo choice
tulip. Tho top of tho diko formed a
level, firm road, stretching away for
miles. Tho sea looked So mild, and
gay, and innocent us it gently lapped
tho edges of tho mighty barriers, that
it seemed an effort to fancy it nn enemy
capable of mischief. Tho breezes were
simply deliclotis and fresh, coining
over tho wido North Sea. Inland, the
Fcenerv was flat, and grim, and seri
ous. Farmsteads in tho far distance
looked green and f ut enough. Sheep
and kino wero plentiful about tho rich
fields. Just over tho edge of tho dikes
were tho littlo .scattered hamlets of tlio
fisher-people and poldermou: tho dike
workers lived more of a roving life,
camping out hero and there, as their
work called them from ono point to
another. Sometimes tlio wind had
blown up and tho seas tossed up great
long meandering mounds of sand,
helping to back and strengthen tho
dikes. On tlieso billowy hillocks tho
grass was carefully planted in littlo
regular tufts, and stunted pines wero
set wherever tho tempest would sparo
them to grow. All sorts of binding
vegetation wero carefully protected.
Tho very children know enough to lot
Wo stopped atZotitland, and climbed
to the top of tho dunes to look about
us and snilf the sea-broczo. Down far
below us lay tho village so far, that
had the waters swept over tho rim of
tho sandy dike, tho sea would havo
only reached its level when it played
nbout tho tail of the woathor-cock on
tho gray old church-tower. Thero aro
watchers ever on tho look-out clay and
night, calm and storm. No wonder
that tho set, anxious look ono sees on
every face, that seems to bo born with
every babe, should bo tho only char
acteristic expression ono remarks
among tho people here!
When tho watchers of the dikes see
danger, tho alarm-bell is rung, and
very soul cither flies to the dikes for
safety, or to help tho gangs of workers
to stop tho threatened breach. All
was calm enough at that moment, tho
tido was far out, and yet tho villago
seemed far below its level. Tho cottago
window lights wero twinkling in tlio
gloom as evening wos just coming on.
The church-boll was tolling for even
ing service, and the warm glow of sun
set just touched tho top of its tower.
Through the tall lancet-windows ono
could sco a Hush of warm lamp-light
within. All sounds and sights wero of
peace and calm, and yet there some
how camo upon the imagination tho
grim reverse of the picture; the clang
ing alarm-bell, the hurrying to and fro,
the wild light for safety from the mad,
hungry sea. We were feeling deadly
oppressed by Hie prevailing serious
ness of the place. Ucory: II. BjWjMui,
in liar h rs Muijazinc.
How un Irishman T.i 111 ! Dmnus.
As () Donovan was taking hU leavo
Dumas complimented him on his
French, saving that he simko tho lan
jnigage well for an Irishman. "Wo
are not nil uncivilized there, master,"
said O'Donovan, "and 1 nui proud to
meet you and to teil you how much
you are prized in my country. It is
yeais since 1 made the acquaintance of
one of your family tlicic, 1 became
very intimate with him, and 1 am iu
itebteii to him for many hours of do
lightful enjoyment." '),ie of ruy
family? This is astonishing. I never
heard of any of them who went to Ire
l nid. There mu -l be some mistake."
"No mistake, 1 as-mro you. II,. js well
known there and a great favorite."
"You have set my curiosity on )iix.
Name him. prav." "Tne Count of
Monte C'risto?" The p: iu.'e of novelists
bounded oil' his seal, caught O'Donovan
in his arms, hugged him to his broad
breast, and kissed him on both cheeks.
Then, holding him back from him, ho
looked t him with eyes blazing with
triumph and gladness, and exclaimed:
"You are right, my child; the Irish aro
not uncivilized; they have wit. They
are worthy to be French. I was never
paid a higher compliment in my life."
Tlio Chilian newspapers aunounco
tlio recent death of Don Jose Miguel
lierrer, nt tho age of one liundred'"und
twenty-two years, and they aver that
his age was well attested by tho official
ITHE GREAT GERMAN
ltelleve.1 and curee
8orenen, Cutt, Bruleet,
And all other bodily acliej
FIFTY CENTS X BOTTLE.
RnM hv nil ri...ni.t.
Dralpra. Direction! Ill 11
The Charles K Vogeler Co.
(Imimiii to i. toatua I CO )
J Baltimore, Md., V.H. A.
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i ,i mumim u g m nm. i
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I I Ii itniiiiiinmmiiniifitMTw (1(11
i n uuiuLwuiuuifiuniiw wti
And Every Species of Jlchini? nnd Hui n
injr Diseases Positively Cured.
I.VZEMA, or Slt lihuuin, with lla aKimlzinir
J itching anil hiirolng, lnt:tnlly rcllcvi-d hy a
warm haih with Cutlcura Hoap. and a nK(, H 1M , .
catlmi nf t'uili ura, tliu irrval Wkln Cur,. Una m.
iicalfil dalljr.wlth 'wo or Ihrim ititn-.t of (Ii tlcura
Hcaolvant, lha New lllnoil purlflur, to keep the
hjuii ciiim, iuu jM-rBuuBtiifii iiiru aim unirriuuntt,
the bewail open, ihe liv.r and klilueya ucilvt), will
ipnedlly caro Kizuina. Tctler, Kingwonu, I'norla-
It, Mi'ln'n, l'riirltii, S aid d Head, linndrull, and
ever? api-ciraoi iicnm,1, rciy and rimply umra
of Hid Sralp and Skin, when tlio bum p rli imii
auu an aauwn reiuumuH lau.
Will BeHormlil, 2 Duarbon Ht Chicago,
erali fjlly acknowltiilu'i a a euro of Huit HIihuiii on
bi-ad, neck, fiici'.arniH and Irga for hutiuiIuvii yearn;
not anie 10 ii eicnpi oi. nmi'in ami kni ea luronu
year; not a hlu to hnlp hlmnulf for eight vcarn;
Ired fcunrtrodt of rnnodlo; doctor uronoiiuci d
bin can hopelcc ; permanently cnr. d hy Cuticnra
Heiiilvent (Wo I piirlflur) Inti'rnally, and Cutlcura
aud loticura snap (me great akin curenjextercally.
rinn. HonfCllt ll, Ksi(. , lawyer, 128 Htate hi., Una
ii.tt r tnnrl M nmi nf ul r 11 hint nt 11 ,wlir I. ( l..
Tition for ten vara, which covered the patient
bnitr an l llinba, and to which itll know i mu hoiln
of treatiaenl had been app hid without benefit,
W n CO wan ri,uim;iuij ireu ov I iTICt'ltA libttl-
una, leaving a e. ran mid healthy akin.
I. (I. UraWe, Km., Detroit. MlcfiaufV.'red nnlol I
ortureit from hia.t Khu'iiii, - hie !i itppvared on III
hand) dcid and face, nud nearly dcnirovcd h la
area. Alter tha ninat carurnl doctoring and a con
uliatlou of phyale.iana fulled to relieve film, he
tiled tni curiuuHA jikxrdieh, and watt cured, and
baareaaiuau 10 10 aaiu,
Mr. John Tliall. W'llkeabam". Pa., write.: -I
have auffered from Hall lihenm lor over eight yearn,
al uracil o nun inai i ennui nut aiten'l to mv Imrl
neaa forweoka ata time. Three boxeaof ( tnricuiu
and four hotih a KtaoLVlNT havo entirely cured
ma t una areaumi uiaenae.
Sold hy all drogilat. Price f't:rici-n..Me.lK.;
KKSOLTrlNr, It ; SilAI', S'iclH PoTTKIt 1 ) Ill-it AMI
t'HBdic t. Co , Horn ill, Mum.
MuiiiI for "How to Cure Skin Dlaensoa."
rTrri-'l',,A fOAP. AO oxqiiBlto Toilet
J VJ 1 1 llmh, and Nnraery hannuve.
Complete Treatment with In-
fiuler for One Dollar.
The Grctit Kiilaimic 1Mb illution
of Witch HhziiI, Atneiiciin Pine,
Canada Kir. Malleoli!. Clover lib c
hhiii, ric .called MNroim'M Kaiu
CALt'l'llK, lor Ii ( liniiiecmle renef
ami perniHiient cure i f every mrm
nf I'aliirrh, from a pilno Cold in
the lleiid to Nina of miell, Tame mill
Hearing, Cnngh mid ( iilarrliul
Coiiriiniptlon. Coiupli'to treut
mem, roiuii'iing nf one bottle Idol
H ill I 1. re, one box Cnlnrrbiil Solv
cut, and one lnmcd Inhaler, In
oi e pucknge. mriv now be nnd of
all DriiL-giala for $1. Ai-k for b .N
"The only alifoluto cpeclfle we know of." Med.
Times. "1 he licet we have found In a lifetime of
aullering." Hcv. Dr. W 'Iggln, lloaton. "Aftor
long ptniL'gle wito l ainrrli, the Kadicai. Criu; baa
rnnqnered.'' Itev. S. W. Jloiiroe, i.cwlahnrgli.
J a. "l nave not tonmi a case that It Hid ' ot re
lieve at once." Andnw Leo, Sluncbeetcr, Miles.
Pomii Diit d and Chemical Co., Ilofton
V wni ta r
New I.lfo for Shattered
aNerves, l'a'nful Maaclcaml
eakeued tlrifana. Col Ina
Volaltc Klectrlc Planter In
Hftntly Hllec'B the nervous
pyatein and bnninhcs pain,
nervoueneia and debllitt. A
licrfcct Electro -Unlvanlc l!ut
lery rornbine'l with a highly
w ' '
medicinal pmet r lor i.x.
BIck Hcarlacho ind relieve all the tronblc Inci
dent to a bilious atnte of the system, auch aa Diz
zineaa, Kanaea, Drowaineaa, Ciatreaa after eating,
Fa n In the Side, Ac. While their moat remark
able aucceta baa been thown in curing
Hcaflarliejct Carter'aLlttlc LIvet Pills are equally
valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they alao correct
II diaorder of the etomach, stimulate the liver
aud regulate tha bowel. EvcnU they only cured
Aerie they would bealmoat priceless to those who
Buffer from this distreHBing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness does not end hero, and thoae
who once try them will find these 1 ittle pilla valu
able in so many ways thnt they willnot be wUlin
to do without them. But after all sick head
Is t hefcane of to many lives that here la where we
make our great loaU Our pilla cure it while
Others do not. . ,
Carter's Little Lker Tills are very "mall and
very taay to take, Ono cr two pills niakea doBC.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
pnrgo, but by their gentle act ion please all who
osothem. InvlalsataScenta; flo fortl. Bold
by druggist everywhere, or aeut by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO . New York
Climbing the Spiral Stairs.
Invisible Architecture in a Sew' Eng
land Parsonage. .
"Yes," a he said, '"our children are marrlod and
gone, and u.y husband and 1 sit by our winter fire
much t we did before tho little ones cimo to widen
the circle. Life is somi thing like spiral stair
can: we are all the time coining arounl over the
spot we started from, only ono degree fnrlhnr up
"This (Is pretty illustration," remarked hor
friend, musingly, gazing into the glowing coals
which radiated a pleasant beat irom the many
windowed dove. "You know we cannot atop toll
ing np the bill, though."
"Surely we cannot, and for mysell I don't find
fanlt with that necessity provided the advance in
life Is not attended with calamity or suffering, for I
have bad my share nf that. Not long since my
health utterly broke down. My system was full of
malaria. My digestion became thorougly disorder
ed and my nerves were In wretched state. I was
languid, ate little and that without enjoying It, and
had no strength or ambition to porform even my
light honeehold dnt'rs. Medical treatment failed
to reach the seat of the trouble. The disease
which seemed to be woaknesa of all the vital Organ
progressed until I bad several attacka which my
pbysiclats pronounced to he acute congestion of
the stomach. The last of these was desperate
(trnggie and I wa given up torlls. As the crisis
bad partially pasend, my hnsband beard of the
merit of PARK R'. TONIC as an Inv gorant in
Jnateucl) cases as mine. I took It and fell Its good
eflvcts at oace. It appeared to prevade my body, as
though the blessing of new life hadcomi te me.
Taking tioothe-mcdirlna I continued lo improve,
nd tm now In better health than I have been l)r a
f Extract from interview wlih the wife of Rev. T.
Perry, Pastor of Baptist Church, Coldbrook, Mass.
inns miiimm or music,
Kstnnlished in 1H72, A College, couraoof study
Iri'.PIano. Organ, hinging and Orchestral Inatru
tncnte. Languages, Art and Klorutlnn. Address
J.b. HA If LOW, Musical Director,
Ten Instructors. Two bundled and fifty five
tudenta last yen-. Hon i-keeplug, O rmau, Pen
manahlp mill Klocutlou without extra ebarg-.
Clafshal, Scientific, Noimal aud Kusliicae Courses.
Full term begins Kept 'I; Wii tor term Dec. It:
Spring term .March 1?. The ue ol tobacco and
Iniox ciitlng I qiiois, and attendance on secrulso
rleties are forbidden. Kor register and further In
CIIAS A. IILANCIIAHD. IWt.
'Ot:Nl LAD IKS' VniKX.ia'M. -Prepares for
1 Well Slec. Kllll Acnoeiiil, (Inn-ana Ki hnol nt
nn. (jriitory. Irom hindergarten to College,
l-urnlsncs tuition in lliliiola Couservat ry on all
in uiii.ui:. ui iiiuic. Allilresa
K. CIIASK, Hupt., Jacksonville, ill
To sell the I.'irs,t Wulhontlci Uiou-rn-
y"e,xT,,,v,Chivcliin(l k Hendricks
1) T lieliner. nf N. .,thu most J '. cliabln. In
ti re sting and liiehly Illustrated. It contains lino
steel pnr.ruliH will sell lanti)nt and piiybiif
KckI prolilH. lle.iare of u-reHaMe, ckicIi-
i uny doois rue ill once lo lltj HH. l
It I '(.-.. :,(i I nHiil street, Chicigo, III. P. S.
Outllis are re tily. Se.nl r,0c for one and .five, tlnie.
' '() AUVs Kl'isnits.-I.ow.st rates fr advert Is.
- iiil' In lih.' gooil new-'iipern sent Ir e
CEO. P. HOWKLL&CO., HI Sprute St.,
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mi lor jin, u j i.oneert
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pages, bound In beautiful French muslin, embos
sed covers, I'll' gilt, guaranteed to be a finer work
in every sense mechanical, literary Mid profes
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Illustrative sam e b cents, (-end now. (Jold
medal awarded the author hy the Natio' al Medical
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This book should bo rend by tho young lor in
struction, nnd hy the nfllictnl for relict II will
benefit all. London Lancet.
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book will not bo useful, whether youth, parent
guardian, Instructor or i lerg man. Argonaut.
Address tno reanony neoicai iiiemiiie, or nr
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Haas., who may he consulted on all dlstaacs re
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UNITED STATUS MARSHAL'S SALE.
Bv vlrtii" of a writ of sale isaucd out ol the District
Court of the United Mit-s, lor tno fontteru Dis
trict or Illinois, in admiraltv. dated on Monday tliOj
lHth day of August A. D., !!, will b sold at Pub
lic Hale, lo the highest and best hlddfr. lor cash,
at New Liberty, Pope county, in said District, on
the fourth day oi Septeniher, A. D., 1HHI, between
the hour o' 9o'. lock A. M. and sunset of said day,
the fol owing d' scribed property, to-wit:
Tne wreck ol the a eiimmiat E. K. Lewis, includ
ing her i boilers, i enginm, nigger engine, doctor,
nuinn. L-nilu bars. Ac . the same huviii;.' been order
ed by said court tobesjld. J01I H. TANNh.it,
l. , o. -niiiroau.
Spr.iiL'I'.eM, II'., August Kith. 1SSI.
Hy II. F, DARWIN,
CHh'AliO MEDICAL COLLrGE,
i Comer Prairie Avenue and 2tlth St., Chicago),
Mcliial Depurtmont ot
1 lit JN inweaieni (iniveriij'.
N. . DA VI1', M. '., LL. D., Dean.
Tho Co leuiate year will begin sept. 2-), 1881. and
Close March 24, ltiH."), The courso or Instruction is
graded, Htudenn being divided Into first, second
and third year classes. Ouallllcalions for admis
sion are either a uegreu oi n.D...OTi'
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of Instruction is conspicuously prac
tical, and is applied m the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke' and M'chael Reese HoapitaH, daily at
.. . . U .. ..t .U.. nl ..I. P.ai litdinn.l' rjlllMD
tne neiisiu" oi uic on n,. iu, . aw.
will begin the day after the Annual Commence
mcntande nt1' ue four weeks. Foes, in advance:
natrii ulatlon, Iri.lKl: Lectures, $75.00; Demonstra
tor, S5.00. llosptals: Mercy, $'i.0n; St. Luke's,
r.iO. Laboratory, $vOti; llreakaee, $ .00. ' Final
F.xamlnation, $:KdU, Fehrnury 1st Practitioner'
Course, $.10.(10. For further Information, 'ldress
WALTER HAY, M. D., LL. I)., Secretary,
7lV4wd ?I3 State St., Chkar.0, 111.
Is a type nf cataarh
having peculiar symp
toms. It. is attended
by nn Inflamed condi
tion of the lining mem
hrane of the nostrils,
tear-ducts and throat,
affecting the lungs.
A n acrid mucus 1 s
Is accompanied with
eainful burning sensa
tion. Tho-e are sev
ere spasms of sneez
ing, frequent attacks
of blinding headache,
a watery and inflamed
state of the eyes,
Ely's Oi earn Balm Is a
remedy lounded on a
correct diagnosis of this disease and can be de
pended upon. B')c. nt drgglsts; 60c. by mill.
Sample bottle bv mall inc.
KLY U ROT 11 ERS. Dra gists. Oweoo.N.Y
SALARY AND COMMISSION
to competent bnalness m.inager for this city (or
Slate) Agency. RESPONSIHLE COMPANY, bus
iness p-actically a monopoly, rivalling the Tele
phone, $501 CASH HEQUI ED for 11.000
SAMPLE OLTFIT STATLb, GOODS. Nobonds.
No Particulars address, with references.
21 East Utli St., New York City.
n. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R.
Trains depart. Tralni rr:s.
tMail -.,..2:80 a.m. tMall 4 ., J m
Express 8:45 p. in. I tKxpress u 145 ,',,'
(St Louis Ex lt,io p. m. I tat Louis Hx 8:15 p. m.
I. c. it. 11 (Southern Division)
Mall 4:afta.mtN. O. Kx ..l1:Wa. m.
tRxpres Ki:rMla.m. tN.O, Ex... II :10a.m.
tAccom... 8 '45 p.m. I tN. 0. K 4:80 p.m.
BT. L. h I. M. It. H.
tKxpress 10:30p.m. I tExpross 2:30p. m.
ti i,. oian... i:v p.m. tBt.L. wan... ::). m.
tSt. L. Ex.
Mali A Ex
.:30a. in tt. h. Ex....5:iX) n. m.
W., 8T. L. P. 11. II.
..4:00a.m. I sMall A Ex. ..8.80p.m.
p.m. 1 -Accom iu:;tua.m.
7:45 a.m. Freight. 0:45 p.m.
MOBILE ft OniO It. H.
5:Wa.m. Mall 8:10 p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dcp'rs
P. O. I fin PC
I. C. It. R (through lock mail).. 6 a. m
" " " ..1l:n0a m 8 p. ro.
" (way mall). HWip.ni. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv 4:80p.m. flp. m,
Iron Mountain K. it 3:0up.m, 9 p. m
Waliash K. R 0 a. m. p. m.
Texas A St. Louis R. K U noon 7 a. ni.
St. L'inis & Cairo R. II 4 p. in. lls.ra.
Ohio River 3 p. in. S p. m
Miss hlver arrives Wed., Sat. A Mon.
" deputls Wed., Krl, & Sun.
PO. gen del. op n from 7:80 am to7M0 pm
P.O. box del . open from 8 a. 111. to 9 p. m.
Sundays get:, ilel. open trotn.. . .8 a. ill. lo 1(1 a.m.
Sunday box del. open from. ...8 a. ra. to 111:30am
Iry-NOTK.-Changes will 4 publlshud from
time to time in city papers, t angu your cards ac
cordingly. M. If. MURPHY. P. M
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago-
Tho Oulv Liino ltunnina
Q DAILY TRAIN
Making Dikkot Connkotiow
FiiAiNs I.iavs I'aiho:
Arriving in St. Louis 9:00 a.m.; Chicago, 8:30 p. u..,
Conceciiug at Odin and Bring ham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and point East.
L!:5 p. m. Kust St. Louis anil
Arriving In St Louis 8:45 p. m.,nnd connecting
for all poiuta West.
3:45 p. in. fast Express.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving al St.Losli
10-15 p. m., aud Chicago 7:20 a. m.
3:45 p.m Cincinnati JSxprons.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Louisvlllt 1:55
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:06 a. in. Passctigert, b
this train reach the above points ly to 30
HOURS in advance of any other route.
lThe 3 : 15 a. m. express has PULLMAN
BOKKPInO CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through sleepers to St, Louis
Fast Time Uast.
P'lCWPHO'OlM ''J this line go through to East.
(UloClli.tl 13 nrn nolnts without H.u,.
caused hy Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
anon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thirty-six hourBln advanceol
nv other route,
lT-Vixr th,nni,li llplrttla artA riMlia, lnf.
spply st Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
T IT invira 'tonk... 1
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
a. a w
r - w INJ fl u w .
30 UNION SQUARE N.'WYORK.
ill. wmass. CA.
FOR SALE BY
,T. C. CARSON, Cairo, Ills.