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laU twell e t
The s Iew thy tboeHt, rsveilng
The .sared mshl
s tose aM tews
The mb ma fetalt.
Of eoair in th seaash, that d!mple
Whm the brIsk I ese
Is leose aI embl whirt an ! ,'.4.
Whose mast teetirred,
Aue saiesat u the oual each atter
No meLar has
Thy valie, to love's asob seIste seft;
'ITht i t yees said form has met.
e throgh the erlages
Ot m meas
The sAN sd ehpka om sisal
Them wf my arSt
35ehegpage,8tinlpIbd I /
ILL AM' I1L.
i mas8 Ns Vamlssehi me Pleae Toe
I hase deided to acrile another
ealhbM is of miaatn puopeuty this
-ag It w onldo be sold ift I had the
senemy eitl to develop it. It is a
used .ise dr I loated it myself I re
S~emies mtiso to the eaves of the
It was in Aams that I disofred the
Vaded ~l ds a sIowwonrm. It
mesiped Belte lyalittle so*th et
at a pmt where dhs'lAt the eoat of
Vems Unds thse milky way, sad mm
d. m4 d d. i th..e m aib sad
a welOd, thme sese smTe peaces ad
a bf o a ime spit in th sky, th
pe- e um* *wht y abashah three
ew o t O eaig hto a sa over in
lit 14e who is a gdaorawsee sand
ad w" m. His M emy ead es
re .m Iss Rv, U. T., j. I, 18ti7.
Ms.Man Ji TeTa .Vmesm of ore,
1eta Ou-nces. Per sin.
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8, 18. ti
tm/ s... * . leawesf
ew - i
-. 4 I ns
bition even , 4bth 4ra h 4hof in
Men bpoh mhe wbohetojl while
the a ling in through bi ase* 1
Wets there n,. Hevesh'webld
be l Wei . ti o honWet jn
the d w ould lsh with empul.
Were we the creator of man we would
mpe a rac of pbeople ho w9hs4a
understdnd their own btuinea m weil
as they do the airs of their neighbor.
AN NGLISB IlmRD.
21e Nat or *yIsesse n New Teek- ag
t -ae amn Ommeve.
New Yer lail eal rxisea.
"What in thunder do the asemipesa
wantd ame Chan a fllow move about
without beglna cptured by reporters?
I look like a Jumbe, a aseeed white
biepIss -s I pr" ved upeeimen of
thb iihesan dl? I epapeus are a
ouuyway. Thbm rined Am,.
a I arse ruiallg England. Please
Am u / .Bu cA ti -spak mas the
aýIat uddeassed to a Mail sadiE
Empotairp h the *loth of the R4Hf
NUoIOus by the'uir of Aylesfo.
The reu rb weas delivered in a laud
laoe that attraerl 'W m of the
dei ase d asmiled as he spoke.
The rqpaoterbvias assured his loodeip
pfbi hihigh respe~t for uch a diatia
le viditor was Invited ihto the
lM-Mrals ed sloon where the health
of 1lia nd Ameria was drunk
adig anlsd in sllenae. This litle dl
u in adlor e h i insp the lr1 &
Apl '4 utrd h a implyved opiniaa o
t newspaper mea.
"Whlt d.I think of Amerie ha aid.
SWhy, ir, It's the greatet coutry In
$bo aed; the b ete al lands, air.
It It Lo4 the-'lnd Hof the fee, and
t he bmeesfthe brave. Look at Tezas!
Ye, air, look t Teas Ten months ago
r rat lided ` that State and sptrted a
Big ab 'dI. , bteldy euntry.
, a.dhele, amd an my taddret
semaaa hatse at
n e elhee de.
sei _!w , .- '-_
16h m eaa w die
to sayr .ado peh a "
"I Wat do think of the Ame rias.
t ýerel·--'g--' - ---'"
aan,., aggan .-a
Shis Iandne. His Isales
a'ilsed are sid to p ,him I
l ise 1a
P*M age him heaga $1sM 1 Why shoald
meintam belous the year t biter
la me rl --passa.e.
tm ae es ahse.
f.4 * I ..l . I .
. --r e
A PUMU LT DAT.
we ¶ tr up stnh5s - *
of Sme roiL o tat ar day;
Shere.e the s er eIlmml sls
Whee lcketras ahadows SOtly play
Th ths iould be but on lob memory!
A braook wasestg in the sun,
As if it trove our lips to teach
somer et et Its wmmaters rnm,
some words iat easee sand smad i n speeeh;
We draLk lore's cup, and llMased to its Sow.
My sweet, we insgered Ner the Stream
Till meignt gold tlWed all to asy;
And now it only seems a dream
The memory of that perfect day.
Loves hovrs llebeathsalmt breathed up
ona s --All t Year son.
I sWme . seahay.
In a private letter fom an American
artat in Pais we And so searching an
examination Into the merits of this now
Shmo ease, and so complete a viudica
tieibf6ewoentarywoman's action inthe
atterd,that we b.e asked permislon
to pai it,- toeomt, t may be, some
L. errp aopinaions that have had car
srecy inBoston. As the letter was not
Sdesigned for publication, its quaint mant
Sner of summing up the case must be
overlooked. its merit as a well-reasoned
[ and chivalrous defense of true art and of
a lady biag beyond question.
SPas, March 28,1884.-It has got to
be a very oldI story to yo, bt I can pt
help remarking that it stirs me to see
some oyour papers taking sides with
Meener agast Mrs. Mackay. Some
of the English papers ad stadents here
Ildothe me, bing great rapetrs of
peasos; but the bulk of intelligut
American sympathy is with the lady as
against the artit. I will formulate my
Sremarks under a few heads.
1. Itis nothing eartainly against Mrs.
Mackay that he is so rich.
2. She has lren `ams I'm
Stentatiosly to the poot oPParis.
A She has proved hersetlf so much of
a ladyt s*atta 4 htr. ques m, nap
larss pa t0sgOf$r eifghq eJch btl
at in Paris, artlstic,liteurary and music
_1 ., ... co. , eite, i;
5. And also being proverbially con
ite=pSouofA weis while yet hot
r q aielf t thes enpos,amd.get
r them prices that none of his
Sapntrymen would ever dream of
In the present are (no stipulation
bmaeen made ato pri- e , he
poialhS doable, than what he had
v I*had the eonery till thea to a
m an Ad erlean, or the good .t
7.i Rdatd the impqtlnence to "qi
hl t" ts plc! re beae its om$
m withe the kno ledge, stWUsesse
eaunset, ofthqh l , whi~ was p rsesc
lof theras and easte of the profes
Ina such caes l civilised sode.
~ dher ends declare that
r! " mees "asd hence
.t.to ser t hoar Mea
mons :,eda .its corner,
1. eIthd been areagsd, wbew the
.4 his 0t.0 r his d fr tlhe ms
e ,,tam oald do Serther work on
r -s s be a tak e n the
bs ksha rlrg es g it w as
_ 1 nsutr sas did
'rimat Seetal sa masembfll
* =.m im ami a awasem
w t whatLeqbjoh*p
14 ThIs ws i dd o an a
*eess Imaw ItmY LC e
p l a~r'~ Ltre asS gem sad
i a ommean
sear i d abthn at aM
AN ARMY 1Fum1MgC I
new sa ON veterae Seeape" ..nue"
ads Lved to Implrz a WaEa.s to
Natioual Tribune Wasumbl stn.
A plesg occurrence which has jut
come to our notice in connectlon wih t
r; the New York state meeting ofthe e
Grand Army of the Republic is o unu- 4
sualin many respects that we venture
to reproduce it for the beneat of our
Cptain Alfred Renom, of New York,
while pacing in the lobby of the armory,
.revious to one of the meetinm sd
stopped anda ned the aots
entiaa who was in earnest comvem
don with one of the Grand Army of
Acers. It seemed to him ta. he bad
seen that aoe before, ar y bscured
by the smoke of batte, and yet this
bought sad pleasant coonteme could I
not be the aire pale, and death-like
u' visage which he so dimly remembered.
w .Bat the recollection, like Banquo'b 1
Sghost, would not "down" at command
nd haunted him the entire day. On
the day foIlowing he again aw the mme
m count and ventured to speak to
me its owner. The instant the two veterans
.- heard each other's voices, that instant
Sthey recognised and called ea.h other
by name. Their faces and forms had
Schanged, but their voioes were the same.
be The man whom Captain Rensom had
_: rcogised was Mr. W.. 8 , of St.
Johns, Mich.,a veteran of th in . Y.
Light Artillery and both members of
Burnide's famous expedition to North
to . arolins. After the aret gresetip Wre
i over, a'dln R om said:
"it y sems possible, lSge, to see
Syou in this Condition, for [thought you
th must have been dead long ago.
me "Yes, 1 do not doubt it, for if I am not
re mistakes, when we last met I was oc
cupgns couc in the hospital, a vin
iof of'Yellow Jack' in its wos elorm."
iat "I remember. The war seems to
as have eaused more misery ice its close
y than when it was in progs," repl
the captain. "I meet old comrades le
q t who ss sa armrig terribly, not
p sometý u eld wounds as from the
Saoisou which rained theircon
"I think so myselL When the war
closed I returned heme and at times I
f would feel but er few weeks
hils me anad peduced ee of
the s o aasses of servin d,
ed th 6 the ti'ne I'had no ap
S- th 1i sg.lt I w mud become my
" i brn' u th t minme I sat
downni g thd. yskin was
dr- "lt } ail lob os nd
a- o aunach torya a t ui Phit
Selier I!daet de d do I I
was easily htigeds ms a4. a de, -
of edle re v itahaned!
Z tony, -ngap d wes.
A ' rnfs himes and hert na MW d. trus
w eIl* soteth d o.as i:
that bo buld upop I eem" nt get well.
aC. "otrti e lold mumsom any bowls at
all. My blood like a stream of Are
and seemed to bar tme alive."
e bao quick t c a inwithout ersemony."
"ow anr y himes I haee wished I
Slad died the day we captnred iNew
aeremid me pt wel
"And y yet ye arend itribt the mof
l"An d the picture s takes eAm lifr.
A am in perQet condi ithon. My rmaerm."
o *Hwuaaime times I have widsid I
b atois- th daywem aptu reidfe
ta In ptaect c andit a y metor ie
the aawe wa bsiome all the tr eai
a- armn m h t retos tn
M et had, s made a 4
remained dhut fio a
yea his bletuoe-k
. edhlsheb id:
. 'Ib w e dibej .Ifa theIu t.
Sess wh re s. wa lsselyamd I
ls sbal eaIsinth lamd whw ae en
a-dmlasemnghssmiy eaMid her
I sb the AmsIt In alt vadudtes.
2I Amsdgon s tb male pedlsae Mat
%rlehelu *yiper Ip. n as teI
d p..ed.d.In sthe wee.hls.as 1..L.
a- qiauapdaem kew mese epmsngae *thn
th lateestatsb hrr ea l laegh ot
Oe .i4a lr /b e a. ..
k mag ttl eate male dhl
u mseeI* sJsr em ase e
A WIm-n'- Nousme.
an article oiz the F"&b O
Sea 6es the f romat
And. Chief Matthew ay:
"I have been to an agravati
pain in ai &Gst hr over r years.
resorted to redo: nmdees a tratoenat
to oin relie I have had my chest
terribly blistered. No physllan cbmld'
tel what was the matter with me. Two
weeks ano I commenced using St. Jacobe
Oil. It as cured me."
The morni beth ad toilet abhould
always be indulged in before breakfat;
and if cold water i rud it will imparta
complexion asbestiful as Spring rose.
Nosbes, ah asssn Ialrae
bbuldas la the Waest walte ySl
ea hasaridas isks. sgak as
ur Ioa b l om , ou o Vt_ hra.
* ssdeal~limm. tr The ringem
Twen- tre bdthou d m crmb row
I dwsisu re sss. plr eals tardedn tlA
ands sad ha ast uo maeream ke dsk upen
Sbeakbs-home the absalu iarster of
SDa. J. Batryamsm.: y Thr-Weallvefor
- lkl sever egalrt ir anad g -aatg ad
1 -ip am asr , -lw and wIad
Tweatyseven thoad acres of ow
lag wheat were totall destroyed in Cal
both at wholesale retail, a n In
~ fai led , lou ýesaftoa. We are
f soldscs of yer Dasgletr tha of all the
other similar -mel ooab-nd. we ,e
carse's Pie Oltment esm of th best;
Sale Y s Frieand we kaow to be true to
Its distlaotve title, ""the other's Best
I LAAR. RAN tI' LAMAR.
Wholeale Dre, Atl sad Ma, Ga.
STreatise on Health sad Mappiana of
Woman led tree.
DnauaL aoUL.AZo3 Oo.
"--".'.''.s. ,t + ,--Ir
Grasm bonnets aj q, among Easter
m i l d i b e w e. n se i th e e a ob -
hr ad the
a. dainem ty mea the
. ea. vW..ead. . e
leb 1Wdepe e n vis. 00 s"f
` ý. te!
'r . aoe dIh easre vely triammed
ald ag elsm.
ma apI fsoM,wIe s
YA te lt nevert~ .-W. C.
asew. steltar are , ern b ma de
slue aps at ae. stas to
,ýW._ %ad te
reads to a s. 'les asvs.e abter
thean ledy sut-ets betells b*
re mft ever slW C.
worn hn the .sme lst or bonnet. a
Is a eme rg iueees,.
e less mea. at theG~ai V Moan.
Wrde sa d
'X fja'-~rSr aUn a'thSN.j~
a desor oPusa's cOme
Embrom/ld tulle holds lie place
among light materials for bull dreams.
TlOmpdo'sm l Wast. ba u ell #e. Si
Gold and s d il--n ,rlam'o . lik. tes
appear among .i'tm n maleeils.
I ZI~PI'Ell!"..e.M y " rat*s
If3ameesis be tb ,mr ut mof.e" Is a
setLed fest that a***, a's 3vwein
ora T tlaliubforu tau 0* 83J1 hat .
es. Prise ! s.
bafr s are. t s i..r.
atb tha i ad sol Mors an
r~ Itr·L m uL~ es m\atr soft.
soih sad ggemn it also .sgilseassderuE.
se e'JU ";- dse me-s ýa ssese
i - bseag te " " iw e s
Meu inesseImsm eabassesesbesb s
dapsiw club dishes dba.a sa
Iem s gip nss onse m enseen Is a
S-w-- - I '
- mm... a..mtselm
p. I. U OB. as
. m. m m,i
I"-. V li
Lilkil~".Y~n OIL. Liw
HELP RAVIN AInAlWIT) A 7TI flU.
IJOn~r- -set. -hich r urer tbe
chaeaale sseUI AhTIPI) largo ashL
s I .e F or the mpleoys t.. Furl
a a. malse e ut tleo adr ves
Sliseaa.ra,,,..mud - d. o-o.
SIU k Co laOa. s .W
[arUY Wi si thi town to aeliour
bh E JXX Bdedu Tea. Gold Band
Cards Saer iven with each pound.
Prieow . Dl frsi a or pertculur. JAl.
B. CLs ISS OreenwIch st. N.. _
- su Im
imo isAre aor th m ta snd o i ton teila aid .1o.
pleodeaid Saucer given w .eithsm le p
riie to Dealorssenl e rr I thisu ssa, J a.
SIC'sEa Grreenadr PWI . N.i.
mar m at rriaya nYa a lsr.ad
SSta ll0," P
M an,. m W. IS,.s.. m I. ,+
wiM b oL r DRALEa t theorstghoid the rld
S aeMB ejo B eS. s Y . ll eso , i8T8.
AI te. drI. I. De mrth'sbEirU
Wdwrast crmer to asd watirtLd.
Iwu. umothe ago tbought a of Dr.
J.,rmtdeoi thamale Reg ator, and ees s
IS my famIy l peel mreatkfaaos . I ha
aseemm t aeeo three sdredos, lad they
be Sr ed abe mo aJest whap ts eelmete r of .
The Memalpe who hae uoed iat sire w iW ppr.
aet hela se *be to ateal to tbei r hot e.
!,-eiee. A ev. . f . on
Itbes a m ick e Me WeAb pe e fer fl.
SaiSdeM, i nd pet mona ee t to be a e
tlbs ofmedlaele of great melrit In the eat
Set Bldlsde of mbe as wh h
W. P. P. ausaar, M. D.
eaties ea the ueml bhd sappbmss eto
Women maled free.
Tus ama na. m sftsel hes
$l ..p f0J, eLýw -
east, ago 1 bought a bol einobDr.
Y y flysbgat "io. I
rMr k thr ee famies, nd they