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Tis Iwrn of tlie burden of Toil
From tlio strongth ond tho spced of tho
Itsprings from tlio hoart of tlio foII,
And tlio seeds tlml nroglorlfiod now,
In tlio toft-furrowcd flolds o tlio South,
It rulcs o'or tho renlma of tho grnlu,
'Tis crocn tliroujh tho glooin of tho tlrouth,
'Tis fnir through tho fn'.l of tho roln.
With blossoni3 oC purplo and whito,
With lo.ivo4 thnt nro vernal in huo,
Tis fed by tho nir and tlio ltght,
'Tis nurturo.l by suushino nnd doiv;
jt springs from tho brcast of tho oarth.
Tis rifo with rarocolor nnd hoat
In nmrvcls of mnsicnl blrth,
'Tis kiug o'er tho corn nnd tho wheatl
Tho procrcant pulses of Jlay
Bcnt undor its riponing boll;
And latcr it lives in tho rny
Of tho light that illuminntos its soul.
TVas known in tho land of tho Kat,
Through nges long silcut nnd dend;
With womlers of wliitnoss incrensod,
To tho wnrnith of tho South it 1s wod".
Tis gnthercd from vnlloys nnd hllU;
Inopulont bnlcs it is bound;
With orient boauty it illls
Vnst ncros of ntlluont grouud.
Tliough plantod in dnrkncss nnd gloom,
'Tissafo in tlio dustof thosod;
Itnrisesin splondors of blooni,
It nwakosnt tho whipor of Gol.
Oh! llft a Inrgo pxnn of prnisj,
As strongns tho tidesof tho seal
Through lengths of Inborlous days
And conquosts of Commerco to l.o,
This plant from tho henrt of the soil,
In tho prido of iti puriflcd llccce,
With triuniphsof glory nnd toil
Sliall rcign in the rnpturo of penco.
H'm. . Ilaync, 111 Ilome nnd Farm.
"Oh, Will, I nm so glnd!" and prctty
Mrs. Danvcrs, quitc forgctful of the soft
balls of many-colorcd worstoads in hcr
lap, rosc liurriodly to nicct hcr husband.
"I had a vcry, vcry, very important lcttcr
to-day from Loudon !"
"From London, Ean ? I did not tliinlc
that you knew any onc in London."
"I was threc ycars in a London board-ing-school,
sir! Do you think it is only
mcn who mako bosom-fricnds at scliool?
Jolm Eawrcncc and you wcrc chums at
scliool, and nro ridiculous about cacli
othcr yct ; I Kunposc I can have a scliool
"Nonscnse, Fanl Duvid nnd .Tonathan
havc 110 sistcrs. Women gct a husband,
and thcn thcrc is an cnd of 'my darling
Angclina,' and 'niy darling Fanny.' "
"ller namo is not Angclina, sir, and
she always ralls 1110 Frances. If there is
ono thing Kl izalu'tli dctests, it is nick
namcs. Sho uscd to say, 'If vour namo
is Frances, don't nllow any 0110 to call I
you anytlnng oise.' Mic is quilc a re
markablc woman, Will. I asMirc you."
"And hcr namc is Kli.abolh ?""
"Ycs Kli.abcth Atkinson. Sho is
vcry rich vcry rich indccd ; nnd I
thought, Will dear, if I could gct hcr to
bc baby's god-mothcr sho'san old inaid,
Will shc might lcavc baby somcthing,
"You mcrccnary little mothcrl You
would lay tho wcight of tho,c two
drcadful namcs upon baby for tho sakc
of a jiossible lcgacy? Klizabcth Atkin
son - Danvcrs. The little niitc could not
bcar it, Fan."
"We would call hcr 'Hcssie,' Will; her
godmothiT would ncvcr know. I5csie
i.s jirctty: don't you think so!"
"No, I do not think o. I nm forcall
ing hcr Lily, or Yiolct, or (Jraee, or
Romcthing llowcn- and irctty."
' I ncvcr knew a girl callcd Lily that
did not grow up fat and rcd, or onc
callcd Vicilct that wns not loud and vul
gar, or oi'.c callcd Gracc that was not ill
tcmpt rcd and gawky. Now. thcrc is
somclhing vcry statcly about Elizabcth."
"And vcry HKciy liaby will grow up a
little fluttcring, frizzly-haircd fairy, all
curves, and ringlcts, and ribbons.""
"I nm aihanicd of you, Will, talking
nbout your own dcar, darling little
daughtcr in that way. And aftcr nll thc
trouble I have takcn to sclcct a )ropcr
godmothcr for hcr! And Kliznbcth so
dclightcd, and coming all tho way to
New York to scc her goddalightcr, "too,
and ovorything clsc. I must say I ex
pcctcd morc npprccintion from you, Will.
Lilian Morris was hcro this afternoon,
and shc of coursc opposcd Klizabeth. I
cxicctcd that. Shc is nll for thoe hor
rid Saxon nanic, liko Jlaud, and Elfri
Ja, and llcrtha. Uut a man of the world
a scnsihlo man like you, Will! I nm
"Oh, don't scold, Fan. I tliink Eliza
bcth lovcly; and, as you say, wc can call
"No, Will, I ncvcr said Lizzy. Lizzy,
indccd! 1 said Isessic.
" Ycs, dcar, J'essie. Ibcgpardon."
" And I ehull wrilo lo Sliss Atkinson
to say that wc will have thc christcning
in Mny, if that suits you. Will."
"Ycs, ycs; that suits mc vcry wcll.
John nud I nre going to the Adirondacks
in .Tunc, but it will bo all ovcr by that
" All ovcr, Will! I must say that is
not flattcring to baby."
" I dare say baby will bc glad enough
to havo it all ovcr. llut is this lady
rcally coming hcro? to New York?"
"Sheis rcally coming. I was going
to ask you about rcfurnishing tho bluo
suito of roonis for hcr."
" Why, thcy wcrc rcfurnishcd whcn
wc wcrc marricd, two years ngo, nnd
nobody luw uscd thcm but John Lnw
rcncc." "And hc smokcs. Elizabcth is vcry
scnsitivo on that subjcct."
For n short time Will held his ground
nhwut rcfurnishing; but ufter Fnnny
sliiftrd tho point of nttack from hcrrock
iug cliair to his knce, tho resistcnce grow
faintcr and fainter, and tlnally the wcak
husband not only agrccd to the carvcd
oak furnituru upholstercd in rich wood
colors, but also i!ofcsscd to scothc ncces
sity for looking aftcr the carriago.
"That 3li. Loiimer hnihml licrslined
vvithdark purjilo satin, Will, and itis rcally
nu ctTcctivo bnckground for light hair,"
pkillfully suggcstcd Fnnny. " And I am
so sick of those gray horses ! Can't wo
havc bay oncs, Will? Thcy aro morc
Knglish nnd stylish."
So tho oak furnishing, tho new carriago
liniug, and tho bay horses wero deter
uiiucd on, nnd, wluit is morc, Will Dan-
vcrs had no scnso of lmvlng stilTcrcd a do-fent.
Will Danvcrs hcardngrcnt doal of Miss
Atkinson'bctwccn Jlnrch and Jlay, nnd
was allowcd to rcad spccially wiso nnd
lofty parngrnphs in hcr lcttcrs. IIo nf
fcctcd a grcat ndmiration for tho lady,
but, in rcality, ho wns quitc suro sho
would provo 11 trcmcndous borc. "Eut
.lohti nnd 1 can gct outof it," hcrcflcctcd;
" that is onc conifort. And if shc man
ngcs to iut F1111 undcr hcr thumb, shc is
clcvcrcr than I nm ; thnt's nli. I don't bo
liovc Fan will givo in much; I novcr
knew hcr do it. 111 hct twcnly dollars
thcy havo n civil light bcfore a mouth is
ovcr, nnd that Fan comcs out nhcad."
1 11 a wcck aftcr Jliss Atkinson's arrival
Will had lnodilicd this o)inion. Hcr np
pcaranco was not fonnidablc quitc tho
contrary. Indccd, sho was so petitc, so
gcntlc, so npncaling, that Will had not
at iirst thought it ncccssary to guard onc
of his prcrogativcs. Ilut gradually ho
found himclf abandoning his dcarcst
rights. " Jliss Atkinson wns not wcll;
would Mr. Danvcrs kindly brcakfast
alonc, and allow darling Frances to havc
n quict tnlk nnd n cup of tca with hcr?"
Mr. Danvcrs politcly conscntcd, and in a
wcck tho favor had becoiuoa custoin, and
Mr. Danvcrs brcakfastcd alonc as a mat
tcr of coursc.
It was tho sanic in cvcrytltiiig. Jliss
Atkinson took posscssion of his wifc, his
child nnd his housc. Hcr cool, calm, au
thoritativc way was irresistiblc, and sho
dclivcrcd hcr opinions with such an air
of settlcd conviction in thcir infallibility
that fcw carcd to disputc thcm. " Shc
was rcally sorry to lind so much to dis
approvc of in New Yorlc society, and shc
know how to pass it ovcr; but itwas hcr
naturc to spcak the trutli, tliough it was
often a vcry disagrceablc duty."
And cvcn Will gavc hcr the usual
crcdit for tliis unplcaant charactcristic.
" It is just hcr honcst, straightforwurd
naturc that. makcs hcr say this kind of
thing," ho said to .lohn Lawrcnco ono
night; "butlwish shc was not so fond
of 'plain truths.' Fan is lnade to scc
faults in me shc ncvcr would iind out by
"'Plain trutlisl'" answcrcd .Tohn,
spitcfully. " I have always noticcd that
thcse peoplo who nro so fond of ' plain
truths " never fccl callcd upon to tcll
pleaant truths. I havc always rcfuscd
to nicct tho lady, Will, beeause I liko
woinen who are not abovo nicc little
hypocrisics to plcascus; but 1 dcclnrc a
woman who propocs to accompany 113
into the woods, and turn our privatc
)lcasiirc into a puiilic iicnio, nm&t bc a
cltaractcr. 111 go honio with you to
night and scc hcr."
" Oh, .lohn, thank you. I shan't fccl
so hel)h'ss against Fan and hcr thcn.
I'oor Fan! Shu hatcs the woods, and
can't cndurc a dinncr without cntrccs and
dcsscrt; yct this Knglish woman has ab
solutcly )crsuadcd lier that shc is look
ing drcadfully ill, and that nothing but
a lmre natural lifc will savc hcr from
To sav tiiat .Tohn Lawrcnco had
curiositv nbout Jliss Atkinson would ho
false. Hc. had hcard about hcr con
tinually for n niontlt; lic was always
doing or saving somcthing which con
tradicted his idcas of what a woman
ought to do or say ; so that going home
with Will was not eonimitting himsclf to
any gicat act of sclf-dcnial.
it was a lovcly .lunc cvcning, nnd just
dusk, ns thc cntcrcd the parlors. Thcy
wcrc empty, and thcy walkcd through
thcm 011 to a balcony latticcd with vincs
that ovcrlookcd thi' little plot of city
gardcn. Miss Atkinson wasstanding in
tlio vcry ccnter of n small lawn. She
was piite unconr.cious of any obscrva
tion, and .lohn staycd by an ini)erative
motion Will'stir&t niovcmcnt toannouncc
thcir nppronch. ' Lct 1110 look at her,"
hc said, in an agitatcd whispor.
As shc stood thcrc in the Juuc twilight
shc was worth looking at. A woman
about twcnty-cight ycars of agc, of tho
most dclicate tvpc of Knglish beauty.
Hcr small, slight liguro was cxquisitcly
robcd in fawn-colorcd silk and grenadinc.
Shc had a jiink ro.-.e at hcr throat, nnd
anothcr iu her hand, but, cvcn as thcy
looked at hcr, shc dropped it from hcr
listless grasi). For n nionient sho rc-
gardcd it pitifully, and thcn there passed i
ovcr hcr faco an cxprcssion of such hopc
lcss sorrow or wcariness that ill was
(piite sturtlcd, and turncd to his fricnd:
"Shc docs uot look very bad-tempcred
now, docs shc? Why, John, what is the
mattcr? Do you know her?"
"I cannot "tcll, Will. Eithcr I know
hcr, or have bcen drcaming about hcr
for elcvcn ycars, that'.s all."
llalf an hrmr afterward they wcre sit
ting side by sidc in thc gas-lit parlor.
Kvcry trace of scnsibility had lcft Kliza
bcth's facc. Tho womanly mclancholy
that had madc her so lovclv in tho twi
light gardcn had quite vanishcd. Shc
was now only a kccn, clevcr little woman.
J$ut somcnow .jonn leit surc inat sne
had assumcd a character, and wns play -
ing up to it. "She is n clever uctrcss,
and cnjoys intcrprctmg hcr role; but
why shc chooscs to do so is a question."
Anil from this cvcning forward John
Lawrcnco fell as complotcly undcr the
spcll of Elizabcth Atkinson as Fanny
had donc with this dllTcrenco: Elia
bcth soou bccame nwnre that in this caso
hcr slavc was also hor conqucicr.
Will was disgustcd with thc wholc
position. lle took a coitplc of scrvants
nnd sct off to the Adirondacks without
John, who did not now want to go lish
ing. He sccnicd, indccd, to dcsire noth
ing but to idlc nwny thc long siimmcr
days in Fanny's gardcn or parlors. Neccs
sarily Elizabcth and he wcrc oftcn lcft
alonc, and it was a noticcable thing that
aftcr thc iirst two wccksof thcir acuuaint
nncc thcy found nothing to disputc
nbout in their intervicws. Elizidieth sat
quictly rocking nnd prctcnding to scw,
and John watched hcr and prctended to
Somctimcs thcy glanccd nt cach othcr,
somclimes thcy said u fcw words, but
John wns rcnlly gaiuing a silcnt victory.
Thcn there would bc days iu which Eliza
bcth rcbollcd ngainst this growing powcr
ovcr hcr, and nt tuch timcs she rcsolutcly
rcfuscd to lenvo her own room; but sucli
slrugglcs onlv lcft hcr moro wenlc and
imprcssionnble. John conqueicd by his
abscncc as surely asby his prcscncc.
Tho Iirst rcnlly hot weathcr had scnt the
Damerscs out to Utcir country home an
old stono houso among grcat'piuu woods
and John spcnt most of his tiiuo with
thcm. 11,111 not ono word of lovo did hc
Eiiy during those clmrmcd wceks of hot
Biimmer-tido. Thcy wandcrcd through
tho pincs, und plnycd witn thc baby, aufl
sailcd down tho rircr in tlio cool morn
ings and tho moonlight nights, nnd .lohn
said nolhing bcyoncfthe plcnsant courtc
ous words of an iiitimatc ncqunintancc.
In those days Kli.abcth wns oftcu vcry
wcary. "I must wcar my mask," sh'o
thought; "hc must not know how rcally
wcak nnd tcndcr I nm. Oncc! nh! oucc
Uut'.what did it bring me? Contcmpt.
If womcn sho w thcy havo a heart, thcy
lnvitc n bctraycr."
lt was the last day of August, nnd
F,li7.abcth was to rcturn to England carly
in Scplembpr. It had bcen 11 still, hot;
c.xhaustivc day. Fnnny had n bad hcad
achc, .Tohn wns in the city, nnd Elizabcth
wns slowly wnlking hcr little namcsako
to slccp in the dnrkcning arlor. lly-nnd-by
.Tohn camo homc, and sat down.
Klizabcth smilcd faintly nt him, and con
tinucd hcr monotonous walkand lullaby.
John followcd hcr evcry movcment.
Thcn the child was nslccp, aud shc was
lcaving thc rooiu.
He stood bcfore hcr, nll his soul in his
f.ice. " You will comc back, Eliznbcth?
I wnnt to spcak to you."
It was the iirst time hc had ovcr callcd
hcr Elizabcth. Sho know what ho wantcd
to say, and yct shc uiiswcred, almost in
n whispcr, "I will como back."
Ho was awaiting hcr rcturn with tho
grcatcst iinpnticncc. Now that he could
110 longcr withhold spccch, ho was cagcr
for his opportunit-. He mct hcr as shc
cntcrcd nnd drnwing her jiassionatcly
townrd him, said: " Oh, Elizabcth, you
must not lcavc 1110 now. I havc lovcd
you, dnrling, lovcd you and sought you,
for clcven ycars."
" Oh, .Tohn, I lovo you, toot IJut you
must know thc trutli: I have lovcd somc
onc clse the grcatcr part of those elovcn
ycars somc onc who bascly won my
childish hcart, and thcn lcft mc to such
hopclcss miscry as makcs mc trcmble yct
to think of. I was a simple, loving,
romantic soul, and hc thought it but a
holiday to tako all thc glory out of my
lifc, and all thc trust out of my hcart.''
"Arc you surc of that, dnrling';"
"Quite sure. Hc lcft mc in Homc ono
first of Novcmbcr; I ncvcr saw himagain,
and he ncvcr wrotc mc a linc."
"He wns killcd tluce days nfterward,
dcarcst, in a pass of the Apcnnincs.
There was a long lcttcr to you in his
pockct, but it was unfinishcd and had 110
addrcss. I havc it hcrc. Will you rcad
"No, no, John; it is too latc now.
You knew Stephen?"
"He was my dcarcst fricnd. Wo wero
travelmg togothcr. I knew that hc was
dceply in lovc with n young Knglish girl,
but hc was vcry sccrct and jealous about
this mattcr. 1 did not carc to irritate
him with questions, for hc regarded thc
subjcct as too sacred a onc for common
convcrsation. Sooncr or latcr I was sure
he would givo mc his conlidcncc. Alasl
ho had only strcngth aftcr he was stabbed
to whispcr somc words which v.crc quitc
inaudible, and cxplaincd nothing. Tho
brigands who had attackcd us sulTcrcd
mc to rcdccni mv fricnd's bodv and inv
mvn if0i 1 kupt as a sacred trust nnd
relic thc lcttcr hc had lntcnilcd for you,
and your jiicture. The lovcly facc
gradually bccamc n drcam and n hojw to
mc; I sought you nll ovcr Europc; 1 havc
not found vou now onlv to losc vou, havc
Shc answcrcd tirt by a passion of tcarf
and soln. It was a gracious rnin, and
wiishcd awny all tho scnse of wiongthat
had imbitttrcd so niany -cars. It was
just, also, that shc should Iirst give trilj
ute to thc incmory of a lost and wrongcd
lovc. .Tohn undcistood tho fecliug, aud
shared it. Aftcr all, it was a short sor
row, from which was to spnng for thcm
long vcars of coulidcnt jov. Ihtvpcr't
Strolling Vlaycrs in New Yorl:.
Thc east sidc avcnucs in New York
abound in picturcs clfccts in grouping,
costume, character which would stir
thc pcncil of a (iiovanni or Zamacois.
The elcmcnts arc laigi ly Tculonic, ilc
biaic and Italian. 1'or blocks ono will
j hear nothing but outlandish snalciies ol
I iinknown tongucs patois, Italian and
I Uerinaiiic; gibberis'i and linguistic hy
I brids not sct down in tho books. Tlicrc
' is a childish sincciitv nnd intcrcst in
aniuscments that lake lo the sidcwalks.
Thcrc is a lieranibulating band of musi-
ciuns who linvc jilanted thcir stnnds bc
fore n thrifty-looking bicr hnllc. Tliey
wcarmililary caps. Scvcn is thcir mystie
numbcr, nnd thc instruincnts arc brass
with a tlutc and clarionct. Thcy cxccute
niarchcs, waltcs, bits of volkslcider and
old world national melodies with accura
cy, dash and correct intonation. With
tho listcncrs it isa scrious occa-ion. Tho
casual dray or cart draws up to tho curb
stone and comcs to a standstill. Kvcry
window witluu car-shot is rai-d and
prescnts a charactcristic tablcau. Thc
policcman forgcts the witchi'rv of his
club aud pavs the tribute of hi:
uttenlion. tJut ol ccllar-wayspeergroups
1 of dusky bakcrs, and a'stlictic cobblers
nnd tinkcrs. Tho spirit of Orpheus is
' abroad as of old and thc glcaiuing brass
of thc conccntric ininstrcls forthc minute
! focuscs tho eves and bilcnt admiration of
the neighborhood, which uncondition
allv surrcndcrs itsclf to this improvised
conccrt. Finally a que.-t f;r nickelsnnd
dimcs brcaks tho spcll, Tho audiencc
scattcrs and the "spcclcrs" with thcir
instniincnts scck thc hospitality of thc
aforcsaid bicrhalle. They nppuiirtu havc
familiar rounds, aic expccteil, aro entcr
taincd by thc publicans, und bccm to bo
favoritcs with thc peoplo. A'cw York
A Humorlst's l'atpnt .Screeis.
"Last March I invcntcd a scrccn that
I nm going to havo putciitcd ns soon as I
can tliink of n namc for it," said Hob
liurdcttc. "Two women sat down iu
tho seat bcfore me. Itcmarking as usual
upon thc closcncss of the car, thcy bangcd
opcn tho window, and I hcld on to kcep
from bcing blown ovcr tjio back of the
seat. I took thc newspapcr 1 was rcad
ing, foldcd it in half, nnd bcnding it
into a scmi-funnel sliape, hcld it up at
such nn nnglo thnt tho blasts of March,
howling in at that window, wero not
only turncd uway from mysclf, but wero
dircctcd against tho back of the neck of
tho window-opcncr. Whcn that window
s'ammcd down, which was just as soou
as tho vcntilator darcd lct go of her
bonnct with both hands, it woko up tho
mnn aslccp on the wood-bux nud I got a
glaro thnt mado it wann for mo for lifty
milcs. IJut I didn't opcn tho window
nud lct in tho galo. I only cxcrciscd
thc light of n frco man nud turncd il
n way from mvsclf."
W ROYAL FSWflJ 1
Thh powt'or novcr vnrio. Amnnolot
nnrity. Bticnclh nnd wholo, omenpss. Aiora
cconomical th.'in tl e ordmary kindp, i nd i
c.iiiiiot Losold in lO n) ctition with tlio tuid- !
titado of low test, short woipht, n'uin or j
nho'i b ito rowdrrs. !-"old onlv in cnns.
KOYAfi UAKINQ rOWDEU CO., 100 Wall
Btroot, ow York.
know cro thla
that ot tho
tnanjr dlscajcs and dcrangpmcnUi of the bodjr cach
nas n ecparntc cansc or oriqln, nnd that each needa
a dllTcrcnt mcthod of trcatmcnt ln order to effect a
cnrc, and a momcnt's reflectlnn must convlnco that
any of tho quack nostnnns folstcd upon the publle
clalmlnc to cure all of a nnmhcr of dl.imetrlcally
dhlereiil dlseaseii muat provo falluros, CTen lf wo
qo noi can tncm numnngs.
and peoplo of
and cvpn Dfonlo
wcll-to-do or wcalthy flnd that tho cnormoua
charRca of practlclni phjsiclana are a scrious bur
den to thom, nnd alao nnd tbnt aftcr payinj thcm-fclvi-9
poor that no bencfit haa accrued to thcm,
that ln fact thcy have throvrn thcir moncy nwar.
To ovcrcome thcse cvila we ofler Whceler'a No. 95
Sure liomcdics to tho slck nnd enllerlnc one
Itemcly for cach dUcase, without for a moment
clalmlnc that ono rcmedy will cnre any othor
d!ecao than the one clalmod for it, and as thcse
rcmcdics have stood the test ot years without a
slnjlo fallurc. wo agree to rcfund the money pald
ln cvery lnstance whero a cure Is not posltlvely
cffocteit '1 he remcdlcs are cntlroly Tegetablc, can
donoharm.and will posltlvely curo ovcry discase
for which they are prcscribcd.
are rellcved at once and positbcly cured by the uso
of Wheeler'e No. 80 Khcnmitlc ftemedy. Wo lay
boldly that in the worst of cases, no matter how
loiij standlng, how scrious or how palnful, wo can
, not only clve rellef, bnt posltlvely curo for all tlmo.
l''alllng to do this we will positirely rcfund the
money pald for the trcatmcnt, and lf your suflerlnss
are not posltlvely stopped for all tlmo you havo not
thrown yonr moncy anay as you would on any
1 othcr than theao gunrantced remodles. the prico
of Whceler'a No. SO ltbenrr.atlc ltcmedy is only
60 cents, obtatnablo from drusists, or sent freo by
man on receipt or prico. atamps lancn.
1 Jlany a lady ondowed by naturc with a prctty
facs, beautltul flgure, faultless complexion, as well
! astlie swcctcst of lcnpcrsand faultless mental
quallties grows prcmaturely old, gray and wrinkled,
i her formTocs lts pcrfect contour, the complexion
I bccomes eallow, tho brlghtness leavca the eye, a
1 fecling of lan;uor takes the placo of the onco
buoyant splrits, an lrrltable nervous fractlousness
i makcs life a burden, thlngs that onco vtere trlfles
i worry her till llfo bccomes unbearable. All this
belng caased by thc physlcal deransonicnts so com
' mon to women, which the lnnate modesty of fem-
inlne naturo provents tbelr making knonn, and of
nbich the Ignorance of the medlcal profcstlon pre
i vcnts a cure. Lady rcader, pause and conslder,
. 'tls adnty you owe yourself, your famlly and your
1 Qod. that you should cure yourself of tneso
troublcs ana once morc fccl the glow of perfcct
i hcalth and splrits that nature lntcnded for you.
Whecler's No 90 l'rescrlptlons are plearant and
palatable to takc, contain nothing of an lnjurious
I naturc, and may do taken by all acs at all times
and ln all conditlons without yossibllity of III ef
' fccts, and will posltlvely curo any of the pecullar
' discascs to which femalcs are subjcct. Falllns to
: produce a pcrfect cnro tho proprletors will refnnd
the money pald for the treatment. If you havo a
! talloiv complexion, constant or intcrmlttcn. hcad-
achc, backache, restlessncs, loss of appetltc, 3u
i prcssions ot montlily flow, or lrrcsutaritles thcrcof,
accoinpanlcd by hcadachea, ncrvonsnesi, hysterics
I and sliullarsymptoms, Wheelcr'a No. DO 1'rcscrlp
, tlon " 11 " will posltlvely restore you to hcalth. lf
1 you havo a acnsatlon ot heat and throbbing ln the
back, frequent fainting spells, Leucorrhca or whito
i dlschurgc, palnful or ecaldlng acnsatlon In url
l natlng, reddish or white deposlt in urlne, hot and
dry 8Mn, Wheeler'sNo. 96 l'rescription "O" will
clvo Immcdlato and lastlng rellef. The nrlce of
, NVheeler's No. 96 rrescrlptlons " 11 " and " C " are 60
i cents each, obtatnablo from tfrnKgists or tent by
I mall sccure from obscrvatlon postpald on receipt
i of prico. Postage stamps taken.
'niTinDU u ' neodltsa to dcscrlba
I llD I AKHH. the symptoms of this nau
w le0us disease that ls sap
plng the llfe of many of the falrest andbest ot both
I eexes, old and young, sufferlng sllke from the pols
1 onous drlpping lu the throat, the polsonous nasal
; dl'Charges, tho fetid breath and eeneral wcakness,
dcbllity and languor, aslde from theacute lufferinga
of this disease, which lf not checked can only end
ln loss of palate, hoareeness, wcakcned elght, loss
ot incmory, deafncss and prematur death lf not
checked before lt ls too late. Labor, study and ro
, eearch In Amerlca, Kurope and Kastern lands havo
rcsulted ln Wheeler's No. 9S Instant Itelief and Sure
Curo for Catarrh, a remedy which contalns no
i harmful lngrcdlcnti, and that ls guaranteed to cure
cvery casc of acuto or chronlc catarrh or money
refunded. Wheeler's No. 86 Instant Itelief and
i Suro Curo for Catarrh will curo ovcry case of
, catarrh, hay fever or asthma, prlce $1.00 per pack
i age, from druggUts or sent by mall postpald on
' receipt of prlce.
I Wheeler's No. 9S Sure Curo for Kldney and Llver
Troubles, cures all weakness and soreneas of kld
neys, lnflammatlon of kldneys or llter, prlce (1.04.
Wheeler's Vcgetablo rills aro the only remedy
that cure constlpatlon, glving natural motion of ths
bowels without phyolclnp. irlplnir
25 cents, of drugi:ltts und by mail.
or paln. l'rice
Wheeler's Nervlne Tonlc for mental denresslon
ois of manhood, languor, weakness or o ertaxatlon
of the braln ls tnvaluable, prico ti centa.
or will re-
fnnd mon(ypaid. We place our prlce for thcse
rcmcdlcsat lcss than oue-twcnllelh of the
asked by othcra for rcmedles upon which you late
all the cnances, and wo spccially lnrlte tho patron
age of the many persons who have trlea othcr
by paylns doctor bills that benentcd thcm not
WH TO OBTAIN
illes. (to to
gltt and ask for thcm. If they have not got them,
write at once to the proprletors, Incloslng the prlce
ln moner or stamus. and ther will be sent vou at
oncc by mall, postpald. Correspondence sollclted.
L. WUKEIJilt & CO..
til W. lialtlmore St,,
Eifs cream Baim
rus, causins hoal
thy Rccrctions, nl
protocls tho mem
brano from nddi
lional colds, oom
nlotolv honU Iho
;3 Bores nnd res'oros
1110 BUUSfl l mniu
nnd smcll. lknoa
cial rosults nro 10
alizcd by n tcw np-
B-1 AY" F EVE!M n'n..ii 'trcntment
tvill ouo Cntnrrh, Hay Fovor, otc. Umiua!od
for colds in tho hnid. Asjrosnblo to ue.
Apply by tholitt'o flnfor into tho nostrils.
Will dohvcr bv mail, We. n imckago postnuo
sinr.ips. Soldby wholeaalo nud rolnil urun-
ULY'S OnEAM BALil CO.. Owoco. N. Y.
t (ft y i'TV HiM
THE BESTTHREADforSEWING MACHINEM
SPaLd Li(. cadhi
WILLIMANTIG 8P00L COHON 18 ENTIRELY THE PRODUCT OF
HOME INDU8TRY, AND 18 PRONOUNCED BY EXPERTS TO BE THE
BEST SEWIHG MAGHINE THREAD IN THE WORLD. i
AN EXTRAOEIOBAY OFFEH 10 M JiSE
Wo wnnt llvo, onorRotio nnd cnpablo ngonts in overy county in tho TJnitod Statos ni
Oannda, to soll n pntent articlo of fjrcnt mcrit. ou its inorits. An nrticlo hnviiiL' n lnrg
salo, payiiiB ovor 100 per ccnt. profit, having no compo'ition, nnd on which th ntientis riro
toctodin tho oxclujivo salo by n decd Rivcn for ench nnd ovcry county ho mnv fo irifrcra
us. With nll thcse ndvantnKcsto our iiKenls, and tho fnct that it is nn nrhc'lo that c.m bo
sold to overy houso ownor, lt mieht uot bo nccessnry to mnke nn " Extraordinary OlTer " to
socnro Rood nfjonts ntoncc, but wo havo concludcd to mnko it show. not only our rontldcnco
inthomorjtsof our invention, bnt in its salability by nny nijont that will handlo itwitli
cnersy. Oar nRcnts now nt work nro makin from $1H) to $000 a month clenr, nnd this
fnct mnkes it snfo for us to mnko our offor to nll who nro out of emiiloyment. Any ncent
that will givo our business n thirty dnys' trial nnd fail to clcar nt lcast filOO in thistirre.
nbovo nll cxpcnsos, can rcturn nll coods misold to nsnnd wo will rofund tho money paiti
for thom. Any nRent or ijenoral asont who would liko ten or 111010 coiiulics nnd work thim
tlnouah sub-nonts fomlnoty days, nnd fail to clear nt lonst $70 abovo all oxponses, can re
tnrii nll misold nnd got thoir money back. No other omployer of nucnts overy dnred to
mnko such offors, nor would wo if wo did not know that wo liavo nucnts now makins n.oro
than doublo tho nmounts wo Kunrnntoed, nnd thnt but two snles n day would tjivo n pioSt of
over !12.) n month, nnd that ono of our nt'ents took eightoen orJers in one day. Our lnr-o
Ucscnptivo circulars oxplain our offcr fully nnd theso wo wish to send to every ono out of
cmpioymcin who will send us threo ono-cont stnmps for poslnso. Send at onco nnd re uio
tho ngency m time for the bcom, nnd go to work on thotcrms nnmcd in our oxtrannlinary
oilor. Wo would like to havo tho addrcss of nll tho nRcntn, Bewins mnchine Folintors nnd
cnrpontors in tho country, nnd nsk nny reador of this papor who roads this offer, to send us
Bt onco tho namo nnd nddress of nll such they know Addrcss nt once.
RENNER MANUFACTTJEIKTG- CO..
116 SMITHFIELD ST., PITTSBURG, PA,
y H. KINGSLEi,
Upstnirs iu Allon Block.
Oflico hours from 9 a. m. till 5 p. in.
&PANISH MERINO SHEEP
JJENRY S. FOOTE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOIt AT L.VW
Spccinl nttention given to tho oiamina
tion of titles nnd conveyancin;;, tho pnr
chao, tho salo nnd oxchango of roal cslato
nnd the collcction of rcnts.
Ollico in Bnttolph Block,
E. MELLEN, D. D. S.,
Oflico hours, 8 to 12 A. M. 1 to " r. n. Offlca
ovcr Frnnk A. Fnrnsworth'sstore.
LnnRhing gas ndminisloro.l.
QAUVIK'S l'HOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Ali-en's Block, MiDDLEnunT, Vt.
l'holosraphs in all tho stylc, nt mrxt renson
nblo prices. Appointmeuts solieitcd. l'romp
nnd cnrofnl nttention will bo given. AI
J. E. OAUVIX, rhotogrnphor
rpiIE OENTRAL PHOTOGRAl'H GAI
X LERY, ovcr Alden's varicty storc, Mid
dlebury, Vt. ino photoKraphic poitrails n
spocialty. Old picturcs carofullv copied and
cnlari;od to nny dosired size nnd tinished m
roloiN or India inlt. Thaukins my fncndi
for their libernl palionnge dnrint: tho past
jcir I sliall endeavor to merit a conlinuanca
of tho saino by furuUhiuK them with jjood
work at fair pricea.
A. V. BROWX, Photo3raph8
Vnlu1 ble Di-icovery for suppljinn Mn?
nctiaai lo tl.o Ilunmi System. l'.loc
tricity and .iagno:i-.iu nti i e l
as nuvor bjtorj fo Ileai
ing tho riick.
TllK Macncton Anw.M E Ci.'s
Magnetic Kidney Belt
FOR MUN IS
WARRAUTED TO COREiKfSi:
lo.vit g di'oa'-o? without moUt'im1: l'ain in
ilo I uo , h i, 1 eai or limbs, ncnons tlc
llitj, luml.nyo. uoncrid dibi't ', ihciima
t kip, paraljsi-, neuin's a, cinticn, di-ca
i f iho kiducv ,s i i ii dis ai s, ii rp:d 1 vcr,
ir ut. sciniiml o.i i-- ioa, iiupotoucy. I'Rtlunn,
lun t d:to'fo. d.spj aia. tvurt p-iti' n e y
nii)ln, nJ bo tion. ) crnin or rnplure. ca
t.r rh. vilcs, e !csy. d.iinb a'.:c, oic li.-n
nny d.bility of tho at'neiirivo o'g uisoccins,
loi m nl tv lack ot norvo fcrco and vii;or,
wa-tinKWcn'me-a, nnd nll thoo di-ea 03 of
n 'i. r-on 1 1 nturo, tio n whntevcr cau-c, the
co it liiu.U't atream if inawie!ini j or 1 cnt ng
h' g 1 tho pait, mr.Bt rostoro lou lo n
h alt y;i. tion. Tlicio is 110 imlno about
1.1 s np; iaticc.
'i'fl ! t-1 1' I A IIIPQ lf you nro ntilic ol wilh
IU infj LAUlIiUlame back, woakiie.a of
thc sp n fn I ng of the womb, hmconluKi,
chroi'io nll nvuatiim a -d tilcorntiou of tl.e
to .!, incidoat. 1 htmorrhiiKO or l'ooii'ng,
pamtul, supprotd rvul ir:oiular mons r m
lio 1. linrpnncsf, rnd chani; o' liio. tli i
tliu liost npp i n:u 1 nl curntio acont known.
Fo nll fo-iua of e nnle dilucult.ot it is un
surpa o b.- mit'iug liolore iuen'cd, both
as n rnrati o n?cnt onl ns a soarc" of powjr
nud a i n i n ion.
I r co f citlur Belt with V.asiv t cli solca,
810. i-cnt bv expre s C. (). D , anJ fX' in 1 a
tion nll w(d, or by mnil on 10 o pt 1 f 1 r o
ln or 'cin f str.d 11 cn nro of wn s nnd siza
of slioo. lttfiD.t'anco cn'i be m.vt'e in car-ro-y.
o it in h t er nt o.,i rlak.
Tho M.iji e o Gnrmonts nro nlajt'd to
a 1 ngm, ato orn ovcr tho urUo i-niii'int;
.ii noxt 'o t'10 lo !y like ths mn'iy ja!n iu
nnd e'o tHio hiinbui;s pdvcr'isod so oxtcn
s'oj) and s' o lld lio tnkca oil' it t'iuht.
T .cv hold their iimcn roi.K.-i:-i, a d nre
cr ' n: nll 8 -na an of tho ycnr.
end stnmii for tln " Now Di'pnrturo H
V1 onl Tro tm n Without Mcd i' e ''
i h h n's ii d of eitiinnmnls
THE MAGNKION AIM'LIANBE CO.,
218 Eti'e Stioa . C'hicaso, 111.
Ko-e. ""ond ono doll ir iu 1 o?'ngu siiimt.-
0 c r eno,' (in 'e ter at nr ri't(, vnh s 0
of 'hco nMitily wr;i. a d :iyn p i" oF u'
Mi 11 tic Iu'o'ts, nml bo rouviiiftd t f 11.0
1 owj risidu g iu onr oil.o .'a;'i:o'-ic Appl:
n iu-. l'ositivt'ly 111 cold f.it wl on thcy
nr j wo t, o nionoy lefaudel.
JAMES M. SLADE,
Attorncy nnd Counselor at Law, and
Solieitor and ilaster in Chanccry.
Oflico in Browsler's Block.
Middlebury, Vt., April 2, 1877
TO PRESERVE TH3 HEALTH
L'to tho Mnnot&n Applianco Co.'a
MAGNETIC LUNG PROTECTO
Thoy nro piicelo s to I.ndie?, Gentlcmcn
nnd (Jhild-cn wti i. 01k lumrs; no oiso of
iiuoiimonin o. cro ip is ovcr known whcio
f 0 0 K'rtmnts nroworn. Iht-yalsoprevent
andiu ohtn td flicu't.cj.coldsrhcumatisim,
nou nlait. thront tronhlps, d.phthcrin, cn
t r h. nnd nll kindrcd dNen 0.. Will wcar
nn torvicc for throo jo.ir.. Arowj.n act
tho urnlo c!o huit;.
(UipADpUH :'a nfollCB? to t'o?cii .0 t 0
UilliUlUli Fyniptoins of this ntiuBio ui.
c se th it is snppitiK t'ic Hfo and slreti tli of
i,nh too mi nyof thc fairotand ho!t of b 1 h
i"Oi. i.nb r, stud.v and to-enrchin me icn,
Er.roi'c nud i'n tern lat.ds, have resulted 111
tl.o .iat:liO,.ic Luin; l'rotector. atlo 1 m. c o
for Cnt'trrh, a iom.dy whiih -ontins no
ttriifssrir ( o' t esjstern, ard with tl.o coi-linuo'--
s-treiim of mi g et sm lormintint;
thrc.iuh tho nlllictcd oigina, must restiro
Ihem ;o n healthy nction. Wepl o ourpri'-o
for thi t Apjilinnce ut leea h 11 0'ie twontir'h
o' the 1 ri 'o nst-ed liy o he s f r rtmccies
upon which jou t iko all tho chnii' o. nnd we
tspccinl'.y invite tho patronn To f tho many
persons wln hivo tricd dr. giins; tl.oir
stonmcl s wltl.ojt effc(t.
HOW T 0 OBTAIN JT
for them. If thry havo not t'ot thom, wntj
10 tho p ouifto s, inc'.(sng the pr co, in
le'.lornt o ir r.-k, nnd they will bt sent toy u
at oncn by mnil, postpnid. Sead ta 11 p for
tl.o " 'e .v Dopnrture in Modical Treatment
without M d cino,'' with thou'ands of tofti
monli.l. THE MAGNETON AL'l'LIANCE
CO., 218 S.ate Stnot, Ch:caso. III.
NorL'. iknd ono dollnr in iiostago s'nmp?
or curroncy (iu letter nt our risk), wit'a sbo
of shoe usnnlly worn, and try a pair of our
Mnsieli1 Iiio1pr, nud I:o convinced of tho
pjwi'r rtsiilin' in onr Mnsnetic Appl a'lces.
i'o.'itncly n- cold feit whsro they aio worn,
or 1110: ey refunclod.
Mauufacturcr and dealer in nll kinds of
AMERICAN AXD FOREIGN M.VRBLE
GltAXITE WORK, ETC.
With Old Middlebury Marblo Co.
S. CHANDLKR, I'ension Attorney,
Proccnto.i nll ponsicn claims on mod
Stato cnso cnrcfully nnd incloro stamp to
At U. 1). Maynard'n office. Ent Middlo
bnry. ovcry A idncsdny i nl Hnturday ftom
THE NEW SALDIE STANDARD WIHDMILL,
Manufncturcd by J. G. GROSS & BRO.,
Is the Bang of Mills !
No powor Is choapor than wlnd for
ralslng wator from tho doop to
nny holght.Whv this Stand
ard is tho bost and
why buy It:
Firat It ia the simplost, Btrotnjeat nnd
lor.t complicated wind oncine niade.
r-'ocoud Tho ico nnd sleet cannot prevcnt
Third lt has raore power, owing to its
conslmction nnd mechanism.
Eourth It is Bclf-rccnlatins, therofore nl
wnvs ou n bnlnuco, so n chdd can haudle it.
Eiflh This uiill haa all of tho combiim
tious which niaLa it second to nouo, pos.
FPfBing fjroat cnpacity nnd durnbility, Every
mill is warrnuled to do nll wo chiim for it.
Pnrties dcsirius tviudmilU will do wcll to
rnllnudcet our prioe boforo lookins elae
wlu'ie. Send for car illustrated iiainphlets
nud jirices, or call nt Enrl .V B.inram', whero
wo will be found on Mondnyof o.ich weok.
Orders loft nt Enrl A Barnnm' storc will
rccoivo prompt ntten'ion. Asonta wanted iq
overy county Address, with stamp,
J. A. WATTS & SON,
(Gen'l Agenta for Vormont),