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rubliihor and l'rourlctor.
A i it or Tin: IJLUKS.
"Now, if tlicro's ouo tlilttj; more thim
nnothor I enjoy, it in a race ot course
1 iuo:m n bout ntuo, not tliu ntuo liu
niiin, (or t ho latter has causod mo so
tunny (lisiippoititaicntH thttt 1 don't
qnito ttiko to Its nicmbors, excepting
tlio softer portion of it the fair sex
Woks their pretty little hearts thnt is,
when they lmvu pot niiy iihein!"
This whs tiiesiibstnnce of n soliloquy
one brijrbt AtiL'iist niorninjj, nbout live
n. in., tit whioh linn) tun clouds were
lcii'li n-luii'il jiiid tlio woitllicr inclined to
bo spitefully uiiprupitioiis.
A knock til tlio door.
"Come in," s:iys I, nuJ Mnry Swivel
entered, with ailelicnto piiiknote, sny
iti: TieasD, pir, this was loft lato lust
tiio-ht, with instructions to deliver it (it
once; but, as you hud rono to bed, I
kept it till this morning.
llow my heart palpitated, at tlio
tight of the elegant missive, and how I
longed to kiss not Mary but it be
cause my mlorub'io Adcla l'oyutcr hud
"All right, Mary," I said, assuming
an nir of nonchalance J was tar from
feeling; "its from .Smith, I suppose A
cup of chocolate, please, and a tew bis
cuits." When Mary left I kissed tho billd
doux rapturously, exclaiming:
"My darling! I hold you to my lips.
My own precious!"
So elated was I that I ilancod
around the room in an iusano way,
making tlio glass's chink on tlio side
board, and nearly dislodging the pic
tures, owiiii: to tliu w:ill being made of
lath and plaster.
Tenderly, gently I undid tho en
velope coaxing it open not tearing it
ruthlessly across a- if it were a bill
from a dunning tailor.
The cpi-t'o ran thus:
"li:.u Ti:n-.s so n as the shops in St.
Pa ill I'iiiuvh y, t rd open. 1 want you to et
me sonic IL'lit-blue l'.lilion, ami u liotiiiiet
ti'oiii t'ovi-iit garden, with plenty of forget-me-not
"(M cniiie, your steam launch will be
waltiiii? at Putney. J can find my way on
"Mv cousin Major o'tiaidy will rUrr
".Mind. I particularly want that color.
Whatever you do. don't make a liaseo of
the ii: y (as you did at tin last Iii-rby) or
I'll never forgive yon. Vouis ever,
Somehow I didn't like tho allusion to
the gallant maj r, and heartily wished
that she had not deputed me to under
take the task she lias assigned me.
Jiul what was 1 to do? If Adcla bud
one fault it was iinperioiisness; im
plicit obedience to Iter slightest wish
was a s ue (ju i non and no one moro
than 1 knew this, as J had Oeen
snubbed repeated,)' by her fur short
comings in that respect.
"Thank goodness!" I murmured,
"he's only a cousin I'm not afraid of
him cutting mo out. He's a regular
veteran, no doubt, with only ouo eyo,
half a leg, and a stump of nu arm. I
don't fear him as a rival no, not I."
Hereupon 1 I ean humming, in a
sarcastic way, "Let mo like a soldier
fall," and, somehow, my hand clenched
itself mechanically, as if to suit tho
aeiion of tho word on tho person of tho
"Fiasco, indeed!" 1 grunted, not
liking tho allusion to the last Dorby.
K-peelallv as Adela might in one of
her playful moods relate it to tho
major how I began to hate all military
men! who, of course, beiwr my rival
J felt a presentiment that lie was
would twit mo about tlio unfortunate
cunl nti in is.
Having taken you, gentle reader,
into my confidence so far, it is only
right I should open my heart to you,
and allow you to judge at tho little in
cident to which my adoranlo Adcla re
ferred. 1 was in the seventh heaven of do.
light when she consented to go to tho
lerby with me, thinking, of course,
that wo were to have a Ltc-n-Utc drive,
and taik of love, and so forth, like all
lovers do, or at least should under
lint imagine my disgust when sho
sailed into my room, accompanied bva
maiden aunt in green goggles, iiml u
dog, and her two sisters.
Of course I expressed my delight at
tho unexpected inllux to' our party,
and mounting tho box of my drug,
gavo a silent sign to Adela, unob
served, I hopoij, to take a sent by my
side, Tho horses were a little mettle
Bonie, and requested my utmost atten
tion at tho moment.
How my heart llutterod with delight
lit tho rustlo of a ludy'n dress, and,
looking around with a tender smilo
full of tho light of lovo, what was my
horror to iluil that it was tho ancient
In gogglen, and not my darling Adela.
How lohg tho road uppoured to me,
although wo went over the ground at u
In vain I tried to enter into conver
sation witli my angelic Adela; my neck
was nearly twisted in the attempt,
whllo my fuco got as red as a peony
Thu rude remarks that somo of tlio
lower order mado tho gentry who
drove in dunkoy carls and green
grocers' vnns--wero cpiito shocking,
all having lvfercneo to tho elderly
spinster at my side.
"Twig tlio old uiis'irlg-lampst'' said
vim liiuuuous cosieruionger.
Another bawled out:
"How kind of that 'eer gent to bring
bis granny out for a hairing!"
Luckily for Miss Askew, sho was
very deaf, and didn't hear tho uncom
plimentary remarks, which, 1 am nor
ry to nay, provoked sounds of i.up
pressed merriment from thy ruby lips
of my Adela and her two sisters.
In viiln I sought for an opportunity
of.len miuutes alone with my darling.
Her nunt and sister hnunlod us, and,
0A1KO ilUJLt,BTlN: FRIDAY MOUNU NjQVEMBKli 7, nu.
us thoy came out to enjoy tho day, and
not to spoon, thought it was no in
llictioti upon mo to poster me with
(piestions and to bo ciceroneil to all
kinds of queer places.
Anybody that wanted two doses of
my torttiro would bo moro than covet
ous; but my fertilo brain hit upon a
plan for circumventing tho enemy, for
nieii I deemed tho ladies excepting, of
course, my adorable Adela, who really
looked lovely in her blue silk, which
color sho greatly allected, owing to her
having won honors at tho Cambrldo-o
cviniiuation for ladies. "
I managed tho matter splendidly by
getting Adcla and myself lost in a
crowd just before tho tinio for goin"
homo, and having instructed my "room
what to do, felt that now I coulcTenjoy
myself with my own precious pot.
1 led her "up tho downs, and we
seated ourselves on a grassy mound,
she protesting all tho while that wo
ought to go in search of our party, but,
of course, not meaning a word of what
she said women aro so artful, you
1 could have lingered on forever in
that delicious spot, whoro fragrant
tint made so nice n seat, and a delic
ions balmy air cooled tho boat, while
yellow gorso formed a pretty picture
ior iiiu eyes to uweu upon.
I pressed mv darling's hand, slo-lied.
looked languishing, and was about to
propose, when unearthly sounds caused
us both to start to our feet, and there
stood an aged donkey braying pitoous
ly, only a few paces behind. Adela
burst into a merry peal of laughter, in
which I, perforce had to join; but
from that day to this I havo religiously
hated donkeys, liuiuanorotlierwi.se.
Of course J, hypocrilo that 1 was,
expressed great concern when wo dis
covered that my drag was gono se
iTotly I was delighted; but "Uo Biire
your sin will find you out" was a tru
ism I was to illustrate by bitter ex
perience. Jomakoa long slorv short, 1 con
soled my adored Adela by taking two
of t tiio best scats on a hired drag,
luckily paying our fares in advance.
At tho lirst halt I had to procure mv
darling somo sherry, sho was so mucii
upset by an accident sho had wit
It was a roadside inn, and 1 had to
push my way through a dense crowd.
got what I reipured, and was comin
out by degrees, as lawyers nro said to
get to heaven, when my hat was tilted
over my eyes, and I received a not
over-gentlo pat on tho back of my
Naturally 1 put mv hand ut) to savo
mv deer stalker with its orcen vail and
thought no more of tho accident till a
little later on, when I missed my
purse, watch and chain; in fact, I had
been cleverly cleaned out of all mv
money and valuables.
ihis was tho fiasco my dear Adela
alluded to; so having mado a clean
breast of tho matter to you. crentle
reader, I will go on with my further
Having breakfasted L mado mvself
ook smart, and mado mv -wav on
board my steam launch to see that
everything was ready for tho reception
oi Ailoia. 1 lieu 1 took tho train irom
'ulncy IJridjo station, and mado mv
wav to Si. J'aul's.clnirchvard.
"Very sorry, sir, said nu cxlremelv
oolite shopman, "but wo haven't any
left. We havo ordered more ribbon,
though, and expect it iu every mo
ment. Please take a seat."
My precious pet had named tho very
establishment 1 was in so often in my
hearing that 1 dare not go to any other
for fear of incurring her displeasure.
To savo time, however, I hailed a
hansom and drove to Covent Garden
Market, where 1 purchased ono of tho
liuost bouquets that could bo had for
money, blue forget-me-nots forming
tho chief feature iu it. "
It was very lato when I got back to
Pntney, only to find that no ono was
allowed to pass over the bridge, as tho
race was a very important regatta at
tended by great crowds.
In vain I argued with tho policeman
that, being a light weight, tho struct
ure ran no danger from my crossing it.
Ho was inexorable, although'" ho
pocketed my half-crown with i grin
that made mo fcol moro lhau half sav
age I looked through my opera glasses,
and saw tho "Fairy," my" stcain
launch, and distinctly made out Adela,
by whoso side was a handsome man',
not at all a veteran, and evidently
making himself vory agreeable judg
ing by the way sho smiied.
I pocketed tho tell-tale glasses with a
groat bigl), and went in search of a
boat. But as ill luck would have it,
thoy were all at tho Surrey side of tho
Hy dint of sundry signs, wavino- of
pocket-handkerchleis and violent ges
ticulations, 1 at last brought ouo to my
The boatman piled it on: but liko
another Uicliard, I would have swap
ped a kingdom for a horse, liko tho uss
1 was, so eager was I to cot to mv be
I stood on tho deck, and what do
you think 1 sawP Why Adela wearing
another bow. and carrviny a linu
Tho gallant O'tlardy held out n
finger to welcome me; but, ignorinfit,
1 said to Adela:
My darling, I have brought all you
want. I think 1 deserve a kiss."
And, eager to show tho major that I,
although uo soldier, was valiant whore
lovo was concerned, I -yes actually
kissed her before Ids very oyes. Tho
next moment I was lifted up bodily
and thrown overboard, with the awfiil
words ringing In my ears:
"You scoundrel, how daro you kiss
Dear reader, can you wonder that
whenever I tun Invited to any boat race
on ino river, naving lost, my Adela. I
havo "a lit of the bluesP"
A nowly-marriod Austin lady does
not know anything about housekeep
ing, but sliu Is anxious to havo her hus
band believe that there Is nothing in
the housekeeping lino that she does
not know. Ho happened to by in tho
room when tho cook cutno tin I said:
"Will you pleiHO gib mo out do ei IV'c.
lo water Is been abl ln' dis las half
hour." "Let I he water boll, Matilda,"
replied Mis.' Hlgmnn,' calmly; "tlio
longer it boils tho'stroliger it will bo."
TnuiuoAY Evening, Nov. C, 1884.
Tho election occupies the atteution of all
parties to ihe exclusion of everything else,
und business in cinsequanco is a little
slack, but there is ) roepect of a revival in
trade as soon as tho country is saved und
the returns quit coming in.
FLOUH Quiet, dull and unchanged
No round lot trausiclious are reported to
HAY We note a fair tleinaml and
prices steady. Receipts are moderate.
CORN In good Bupply and several
OATS Steady and unchanged.
MEAL Very quiet with a downward
tendency in prices.
BRAN In goo I demand and a shade
higher at the mills.
BUTrEU-Overstocked in all gratis;
dull and lower.
KGQ 3 Tlio market is bro and receipts
to-day brought lancy prices.
CHKJKKXS-Tho market is glutted and
sales are bird to make at any price. There
is no demand..
APPLES Choice aro in good demand
and a shade higher.
POTATOES- Quiet and unchanged.,
Sales arui Quotations.
NoTK. The jinr.eii nere iiiveii aie lor le rmm
flrM hftndii In round Iota. An aitvunoe It
rhawri for broken lolmn nilttivunit r-
3KI hire various grades...
3 50&5 OC
lih bill rholie
10 lilU !nury
100 bill extra fancy
4 0024 05
cars choke Timothy amall bale...
mm . Irli l urlpie
I car (jilt edge ,,
2new White In bulk.,
.Mnea iu hulk
eara la hulk.
rit't! in bulk
cur choice heavy
No 3 do .
Jifibbli CKv'on order
loO li I; 1 s City "
. 8 6 3 ;
Itv rn ilia.
i pound" country mixed u
'i i" pounds choice diry VOSW
!() louml" fancy cceainer? X'Su, 0
fioo pound- choice &)
M pounda cooking butter 10
SO dozen jg
VH do.t;n , a l
friudeaen - o
.Slim, I ., ,
i coops laro ynun and bona j on
5coomi Choice Mixed 1 yfyi mi
Scoops meUiuni youuu 1 W
A IT I. EH
Fancy lien Davis & Ttome Ileauty per r.bl 2 'M3,i 75
C hoice W inu Sap per bbl 75
Fotatoes. yrr bushel 35&40
I'utatoee per bbl j
Oraneci, per bbl g 50
Oranges po box 4 qd
Livinoue per box 30,
Choice per barrel ,,,,1 73.2 no,
Choice per bushel tWiTrj
fer 100 choice , 7 08 00
Fluounwasied ' i-mj"
riercea , 9
Half do U14
I'tntn bum lQUftis
Fancy Canvaned Ham ln
Uear mile n 15
i bushel buries ,,
5 bushel "
Peaches, halveaand .jaarlers 4.(1
Apples, lirtxbt 144
Choice band picked navy 1 ro
Common 13) 10
Choice, Factory ft
V B 80
Coot 10 to 9)
Mink 10 to (0
Hed Fox 1 It
Wild Cut..- 10 to 4a
Bean r per pound M to Si Ml
Otter 75 to ti 50
Oponeuin 8 to 60
Uear 1 00 to (iu
Dry Flint choice
l'liliu Oreull mm
Sheep fells, dry
Sheep I'eits, ureen ,
(loinmon Luge i TivS in
Good lugs , 4 fiofr ft is
owLcaf 4 VVL f 0(
Medium Leaf a ft 7 (C
KATB8 OF FHKIOIIT.
Oram Hay Flotir Pork
fcwi. flcwt, WhlU. tJlit-:
Memphis x m f,
vOr'enri", 15 174 J" 4
Helena, Ark in w ;;0 45
Viek'tiuru 'iVA 7!-i
Natchea sjo tit, 40 00
All other way points
below Memphis to
NvwOrieaus ar. S) 50
Tho following Letters wcro pulMsd In
The Christian at Work, the leading religious
paper of New York, somo months since.
llmt they attracted great attention is proved
by tho following editorial notice which Boon
niter appeared in that. paper:
"Tlio nublklier of Thn flhrloflnn nt Wnrtr
A . - - - -w -mmmw 11 U (
has been asked if tho letters published In this
paper, ny ur. j. m. scnencK, or Philadel
phia, were cenuine. In rcnlv ho savs. that
- w '
his representative has seen tho originals of
every letter at tho office of Dr. Schenck, in
FROM P. TURNER, Jr., BINGHAMPTON, N. Y.
Messrs. J. II. Schenck & Son, Philadelphia.
Gentlemen: I have concluded that it ia
my duty to write you in regard to the great
benefit I have received by tho use of Ir.
Sehcnek's medicines. Ono and a-half years
ago I was very sick with what my friends
and myself believed to be Consumption of
the Luntrs. The disease beijan with a heavy
cold, iu worst symptom beintf a dry, backing
cough, which was almost continuous iii'ht
and day. Soon after this I bcuaii raisim; a
thick yellow matter. Ileim; exposed to ull
kinds of weather, by working at my trade, I
caught additional cold und grew worse, until
I was obliged to give up all work. I at this
timo had torriblo puins iu uiy lungs, ami was
soon attacked with severe night-sweats. I
tried all the cough remedies advertised, I be
lieve, before I heard of your remedies. They
were first bromrht to my notice by reading
your book on "Consumption ntel its (' ure."
I used all your medicines; thutH, the Man
drake. Pills, Soaweed Tonis and Pulraonio
Byrnp. I felt their beneficial effects from the
first. Thev irnvn inn htri.mrtli nn,l tl.o.,
j e , - ... ,.u ...... j
me appetite, and in a very short time my
vuuku aa looser, una soon uitcr uisjippeureil
altogether. I began to gain ilesh, too, un 1 in
the course of tw, inoiiilni fnun lio.rlni,;,,,.
their use, I was very near well. I urn now
entirely well, and, believe me, very thankful
iiiut 1 loium your memories mm toon tlieiu
in tiniR to s.'ive mv 111',. I chnll 1.- ,.i...,c,..i 1,.
have any one call on me in reirard to my case.
lours truly, P. TUP.NEIt, Jr.,
Cor. Henry and Liberty Sts.,
Oct. S7, 1SS1. Biiighampton, N. Y.
CURED OF CONSUMPTION.
Philadelphia, Jtibj ic, 1SS2.
Dr. J. n. Sciie.vck.
Dear Sir : I have been verv siek. and ni
told by several of the best physicians of this
city that I had Consumption und could live
but a short time. I wits udvised by a friend
to consult you, which I did. I'nder your
treatment I improved rapidly, and am now
enjoying perfect health. I expected to die,
my ay iiijiuiiiis oring an very oau ; nan Hemor
rhages, night-sweats, and a hacking cough.
I believe your treatment aved mv life, please
accept my sinere thanks for iill von linu
done for inc. Shall recommend your remedies
whenever 1 meet any one atllictcd as I was.
I remain ever gratefully and respectfully,
ANNIE W. I1ITTENIIOUSE,
CMS Kurtz Street, Philadelphia,
FROM MR. KARLEY P. HOPKINS, PROVI.
DENCE, R. I.
Ht t Cured of Connumptlonliy Dr. Srhenrk't
Medicine, after Mng ylwn up fo cflc by
tome of the but J'hyriclaiu of the City,
Dr. J. II. Schexck.
Dear Sln havo been cured of what thro
cf the bet physicians of this city told me was
Consumption of tho Lungs, by the use of your
medicines. I wim firnt attacked with the disease
in October, 1SK0, and although I was from that
timo continually under the euro of a physician,
I grew worse and worse, until at last I was con
fined to my bed. 1 can hardly say that I wai
lirst attacked witli tlio discano id ISsO, for my
lungs had been weak for many years previous to
this, and I would qnito often have severe pain
in my urease, 11 1 iook the icait com or exertea
myself too ruueh in any way. I ercw worse, mv
cough became very bad; 1 had nijtht-BweaU eo
tevero that my bed, through the night, would
be ai wet ns though water lud been thrown over
n;o. I was continually raising blood and largo
quantities of oflen:,vo matter from my lungs,
and at last had ull tho well-known symptoun of
Consumption in its last stages.
At iho request of my f inely, mv physician culled In
two otlvr ilK'tors ol tins ciiy, and He y, after an ex
stnipjiiiin, airrcd that my imm was h-poloni. Thi-y
I'.', riued my vile Unit 1 hail b-tt-r l,i tnlil that I could
Tint live, ns my timo wnulil he very slmrt fur arranging
my unililly s'lT.iirs. 'liny ulm snid that no uiHklua
would ho of any uo to mo. H10 next clay my friend.
Nr. II. I. Leitli, hearing of my cnmliiion, sent ma a
In.itlo if your Pulmonic S)rup, thinkina it might
n lievo my couth, und uiaku m i xin ctorutinn omier.
1 begun lifting it, never even le iiir that it would cure
m, but rniiliiif! great relief ft 1 m its ue. Whrn tho
first l,ottl was tone, I ant and Rot moro; so 1 con
tinued it until I had used seven or citdit bottles. All
till-, time 1 was in bed and was so weak (hut I hud to
be lilted. This was not a ilillii ult thing to do, however,
as I only weighed ulxnit non ty puumls. As I have
Said, 1 (omiiieiirod tho u of the meilicinn With no
Ihouxlit of In curing nin, l ot nfier Inkiiig tho elulith
I'oltlu I would seinetinies T el a little hungry, a thing
I had not before 1I01111 for many months. I omitted lit
rti"Mion that after Inking four or five bottle of thn
Pulmonic Syrup, I nlso began taking Hie Seaweed
Tonic, uud I iilsu look some of the Mandrake Pills.
It iii nodloM for me (o give you an account of all
my toi-llnga during my recovery. Of course it was low,
but it was nlo fuio. I gradually pained strength, Iho
character of what I ramed liom my lungs was changed
not being so olb nuive and at last 1 was aide to get
np and walk about my room. I'rom this time my re
covery was rapid. I gained (b ull fnxt and Bonn went
out door", and now I am entirely well a wonder to all
my acquaintances who saw me when 1 was so low. I
wele.h ono hundred and sixty-two pounds, appetilo
f nnd, nnd I can truly say that I never felt hotter in Diy
ife. I con-lrter your medicines us wonderful in their
tlb rls. They have saved my life, and I feel so thankful
to you that I nm anxious that all who nr so tiering
with lung troiihles should know how good they are.
(II course I ran give a better account of my case in
telling of It than In writing, and if any who read this
aro Interested, they are welcome to call on Die at my
rwidMivo. y0Hr, trlllVi
HAItl.KY P. HOPKINS,
No. 2 Howell St., Providence, It. I.
ilu Jfl, mi
Mr. Ham.f.y P. IlnrKtvs, who writes the fnregolnj
letter to Pr. Schenck, of Philadelphia, is an old riwldent
of I'rovldeiieu. I have known Inm well for the last
fifteen years, and I can assure Iho puMIc (hat all ha
has written in regard to his sickness and recovery Is
strlclly true, lie was considered a Consumptive, in
Iho hint stages of tho dlneiisn, by bis physician and
fi li iuls, nnd I helievo that bis recovery is entirely due
to the use of Dr. Schenck's medicines.
H. I. LEITII, I)mJ0i,l,
Ko. 2S2 N. Main St., I'lovlJenco, It. I.
n) 10, im
PROM TOWANOA, PA.
In. J. II. PctiENcK, riiilndelphln, Pa,
Hear, Sir :-l wits taken sick In tho Fall of 1809,
but managed to keep up and at my business for
two years. Flnully I had to ceaso work altogether
furoveraycar. I had a hacking cough all the time,
ml when the weather was damp I could scarcely
pot my breath. Hearing of your modlelncs. I
ileterinltied to glvo them n trial. I used tho Pub
monlo Syrup. Seaweed Tonlo and Mandrake Pills lor
some time, until lliey cured mu, nnd silico then
lmvu hud good beiilth all tho time, my lungs bohi
apparently sound. 1 ludlevo that I had Consump
tion. I lmvu grout fitllli in your medicines, unit
would urgo all who are snflorlng with lung com
plaints to um) tbvui. Yours truly,
Jan. 13, 1SS2. Of McIntviik & SrENcrtn,
Currlngo Manul'itcturera, Towanda, l'a,
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