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. What rIb the black Rnoeler? He wains very m-a. hi . u alt liti all UonJltn. Uf liVtrBf d. "."2 " S in hrimrhltn around. Hie i' Kun.liitie white PerbP fr. I'anrot will bring mm uounu. helu quick. . . .. ifaoXV; T quftclL,uaek OJ-- In trips Br. ParreUJu toBHyr,TunLt With violet trlruiulng- and card "lluna! Maw! Heen eaten bad umiX or ..WhTwWln't tell.a.utHwa. nothing me the trouble." . . Cot,cutdout-hls8, hiss-quack, quaca- jobbobbl.,, .j ,;..J Dr. P. pat bis spec on hi big Roman nose Don't you know any more than to wallow quack, quack O! X mA ernetl Lobelia, pown there by the Now Sip' off the uda and the bsoma No' fcWaave ttari lake, tobaooo a .all bJ 1 Without serious damage; so dont De a And ciameagala for livery m. trouble-. What do men use ltfbrf UUt8-qaca "cut.cWrfObblel- X y l No bead that wears feathers has ever made WbyUmen 'chew tobacco and spit on t the Or chJokeus with sickening smoke, though, They hav powerful moUvesand pure for its Else why entmlerwhieffeatem Ilk men Hiss. cut-gobble, gobble-; quack, quack. Ol -1 Continued. Jbe JloctorJ-I have heardln Of nervous derangements," dyspepsia, and For more'than cold water brought on by the Bubwever thaMsmia what , jW Let alWeatbered bipeds keep clear of tobac- GobMe', gobble hiss, hiss-cut, cut da cut- SETIl riPER'S CON- t T1UVANCE.. It caiied a gpod A&A of Jicitement in Tiperrille for some time. Nobody knew what it was.) f Some 1 people said it was one thing, otters thought' it might be something else; but everybody agreed that it was rratber startling to behold on a dark night J jA. boy named Tom Jackson, who haddeen put out of singing school one evening Cor making a disturbance, was the tfrst to discover it; and it was said " that bis hair " stood on end when he rushed back into the school-house and shouted "to everybody to come oufc-TAVfew moments later all Piperville stood out door in the darkness and -wind, looking at it the bright image of a man in the sky; holding a long swora raisea auove its head In the J right hand, and some thing that glimmered like a lantern in theUelt, ?ir6t! it appeared: to be as cending straight up then it paused awhile, and afterward moved off across the river, where it remained stationary some minutes. Next 'it came . down slowly and hesitatingly, until it seemed almost to touch the top of one of the tall pines on the opposite side of the jiver. Then suddenly it went up, up, iiigher and higher, and vanished. Not even the' schoolmaster attempted to -explain what it was. Comets, fall ing stars, an eclipse or two, and sever al other celestial-wonders had .been predicted for the year in the almanac and newspapers; but nothing like this mysterious thing had been mentioned. It made everybody 'feel a' trifle a Wed, if not. really, scared, and Jhejiext day hardly anything else was talked about I believe It's Jons' of those pesky things OJiat t-here's always pictures of in the front of the almanac," said a boy named Jake fixley . t " It's got loose : somehow and is llyin. round, a I xeckon." ""Wal, I guess not sonny," replied good-natured old many Unqle Slmeod. But maybe ' now its' the Angel Gabri el a-huntin for sombody Jest as like as not that's what 'tis." " ' They were among the crowd gather ed .around 'the steve J in. the village grocery store, and Seth Piper stood near at hand,' Jistenlng.to all that was. said, lie was a round-faced, thick-set, . quiet kind of a Joy, who never talked much, 'but always kept up a good deal .of thinking," people said. "Any tme (watching' him closely.on the present occasion might have-fan6ied he wanted to laugh-when Uncie Simeon suggested that the strange .phenomenon was the Angel Gabriel. Ills eyes twinkled 'and the, corners- of, his. mouth( twitched a little? but he' suppressed whatever 'risi ble feeling he had and continued to whittle quietly ' a stick 1 he held in'one hand. j. .. , . ".I don't believe "anything like it has ever been seen in this 'ere part , of the . world before or anywheres else,, said the store-keeper. ' Nor I either," agreed a bronzed old farmer. wh6 was'sittlnfit 'orr a barrel .and resting his cowhide boots on the rim or the stove. Accoramg to my Mae. it's one of those kind of things ;that don't vtum , up-everj day. injure " year." - - T "nrtrer heared tell of anythinar like "If it was the Aneel Gabriel, per haps he was after; thievetV! Seth yen- a A i ' ' a ti-ifltk rati CUreU W BUCOL, mining a ' "' tyyvA and looking arotthd.- "Thieves I " said the storekeeper, a little surorlsedrs fr "Thievfis! Ehl-' Queried .Uncle Sim eon. " Why,onny, .what "put that Idee Into your head r "Oh! nothinir much. I was only thinking -hemight light onttlipse el; over on the island, btsanng ine wooi, you know. f. t -t t T 1 Seth let Ihei glance Be e&t at those abourhim Test j Qat an instanx longer, Mrhans. oa Jake Pixlev and his broth er Dave than on any of Ihe others; and then went on Whittling as oerore. Th. fanner said it beat all how mean some people could be, arid during a moment or two me conversation vu a ne vv turiv- Sc:th was . the widow PiperVboy, "for whom all had much respect. The sheep were, a,fljck he had raised ron)f a ,few .carets, aod everybody jpiewuittUeupey he usually obtained in the Spring for their wool helped htra toiay for u Jeroa at toe ufcadepiyU 'ii-Wlnter. Ch- qhentl7,tli'osrwh6 had & kiiidlffellowi feeling expressed their sentiments; but shortly, the phenomenon, was the chief topic again. Nobody could ever im agine, pf , course, vthat it's appearance really had anything todo,'-wlth the thieves, or that Setb knew anything more about it tban he did of the man In ' the thbon;yet; strangely enough, it turned out in the end that such was the fact, r v t - . iDaringjtht Jititltwo weekaC ivhile all were on the, watch every, night for another;; gljmp ;of the image, Seth was busy watching 'Jake and 'Dave, whom he suspected were the guilty ones. He had laid several traps ' to detect them, but without Buccess. One night he had concealed himself among the trees On : the island and waited for them until daylight; another time he patroled 'around the island in ! a boat; but they always" seemed to Ue aware of his movements and either escaped be fore he could come near or postponed their visits till he was out of the way. What he was waiting for now, how ever, was a good blustering, dark night, with a breeze blowing-across the river. Then, if they chanced to be on the is land, he meant to try their courage. As it happened, Jake and Dave Pixley "also were": waiting for " about such a night and finally it arrived. Scarcely a star was visible and the wid' blew" jus enough. tt) ruffle the river inwaves and make a lonesome, melancholy noise in the pine grove on the island. Both boys got into their boat about ten, o'clock and pushed off into the darkness very quietly. J- ' 3 , " They'er all up to the school-house, and we can have a clear show," t reck on," said Jake, in a low tone. " Go slow and keep quiet with your oar." his brother whisDerd. . I . . ' When they reached the island, they drew the. boat up carefully and partly hid it under tome 'bushes. ' Then they crept here and there stealthy and ex amined the surroundings ..before finally venturing in the, direction, of a long open shed, where-the sheep Were hud dled together. V Somehow 'or otheri I feel kind of shakey," Jake whispered. " It's mighty ijsky business." a j " Come n and don't be a calf," Dave growled. . f. ;. s But before "either had gone a ddzen steps further both prouched do wnsud-. denly and listened. Just over the gloomy trees rat their left a dry limb snapped, and they heard it iTor a moment the shadowy oat-. line of a man In the same direction was in danger also of being discovered. But they did not see it and went on. 'It beats all," the man whispered, keeping his eyes on them, " how mean some people can be. I'll tackle 'em, though, in a minute, without leave or license' from any one." He sat down, pulled off his cowhide boots, and then began to crawl along on his hands and knees slowly and 1 cautiously toward the shed. in tne meanwmie, over in tne vil lage it had. been noticed that the frirhtinl image was again hovering in the sky and every one was becoming excited. A sleight-of-hand entertain ment, which had- been astonishing an audience in the school-house, was just finished,- and as the crowd came out all sawthejthihg at .once,,This time.it was away up hjgh over the river, and was-maneuvering around at a great rate, brandishing its sword, swinging Its lantern, and' now and then diving through the darkness, as though fight ing the wind. "Sakes auvel What on earth can it be?" .Uncle Simeon exclaimed, stand ing stock-still with, his wife Polly clinging to his arm.' :" "its got a heap more gumption than I 'like to. tee," said the. store keeper, nervously. ' I 'wish It would clear out." In fact, most everybody felt little relieved when it began to move toward the 'island, instead ox. coming nearer. The sleight-of-hand mari,' however who was .a stranger- and a talL mysterious kind of a person,1 with very long hair, &aidr-ooily,. that ha -guessed ha could Shoot the thing easily enough, it any one would get him a gun. ; ' 1 There, was some hesitation, for the idea of shooting' atl anything of the kind "seemed "" rather preposteroiis" at first;' but, finally,- Tom Jackson ran home, and brought back a rifle that belonged . to his father. The magician then loaded it with much' deliberation, in the presence of the wondering crowd, gauged the sight carefully, and walked away a few yards; to calculate the distance. ' V- r- . 'J "It's too far off," he said at length, Bomewhat perplexed; "but, if there's a boat handy and a couple ol you. will row-me out within range of it, I'll show you 'a thingw or two k about shooting. . ' His -bravado arid confidence in his skill induced the schoolmaster and a stout lad, named Sawyer, to volunteer their services, and in the course af sev en" oreightnlnutes the crowd stood & the bank of the river, ghastly silent, listening , to 'the-dip of the oars. and awaiting.the turn of, events. f V The lmaire. phenomenon; ior ' vwhat ever it might be called was now direct ly over the island. Indeed, the man prowling on his hands and knees in the shadow or the pines (who, it mar as well be stated, was the bronzed old armer)' had discovered it also- by this time, and , was wishing that he might be anywhere else in the world just then. Springing to his feet and seiz ing a- heavy, stick, he almost held his breath while he watched it slowly descend. If the . thing really was a Judgement' on - those thieving boys; he meant to stand aside and let it have its own way. It, appeared tbQugh,.to be I coming down on him,inatead of them, and hn didn't want anv ralafnU mada Jn the conf usUa of (be, v& few mpf meats,' lieltaw 'the young Pjxley's run out from the Bhed into an onen SDace aud lookup at 'the image,' a-i if they were suaaemy sirucK iduaialJXt'WvU coming . down ' faster: and faster, and he-shouted Ut tha top of his lungs: . "There they are!- There they are, Gabrielover by the shedt ? ? ? V V . Instantly there followed u loud,' sharp- report,- and the old man leaped into the air, several . feet, and .then struck out for, the shore.- without hat or boots, wildly intent on reaching home in spite of fire or water. y ' The three "in" the boat "a shertdis tauce away from the island, Baw him rush pell-mell up and down the shore, and the Mboy Sawyer declared in some trepidation that he was the thing itself '.with the brightness gone;' but the magician said impatiently "Bosh! Nonsense!'! and standing up called ' " Hello therelWho are you t " " Hello! ",. the old . man returned; as soon "as he could get breath. "I'm I guess i'aCZekiel Tomkins, Who are you-, f .-V.-rf , la:a moment or two the boat touch ed the shore, and the magician and the schoolmaster sprang out. -' , '" "Did you see anything bright come down among" the, trees up, yonder, a few f minutes, ago?'1 the former said, coolly. - .'. xV-. " Yes, sir-ee. I - reckon I did," ilr. Tomkins ans wered,'pufung. . ; ; ' f "ComeT along,' then, and show' us where it Is." f . y. . . j ' " Wal, I 'guess not strangerf' Not while'I got Tegs to run the other Way. It's my opinion the tarnation thing is up there some w her es busted. You'd better keep clear of it" ' ' The; man. of. magic l laughed con temptuously., and walked .oil ; to the grove. He believed - he knew what it was, he said, and he meant to see if he had'nt put a hole through it . "" ' Yuat ne.iouna nanging among the limbs of the- pines perhaps the reader can easily guess; but the old farmer and must - of the waiting crowd across tne river wnere somewhat taken aback when they 'sawf that the mysterious thing was a huge kite, having the representation of ' a man drawn on" It with damp phosphorus.' that 'shed. , a bright, wierd light - It was made of stout, coarse paper, colored black, so that Xl(t DArt ftntiTd hAc1lM MWht the phosphorescent figure. This had a common pasteboard mask stitched on for a face, and the arms. word and lantern were also ingeniously fashion ed of the same materiai. The magi-' cian's bullet had, broken part ol the main frame of the kite, which made it collapse. ..... i v vnne tne. store-keeper, uncle Sim eon, and everybody else examined the contrivance over and over, and ex pressed themselves in more ways than one about It, Seth'lPiper arrived Irbm somewhere or other, a little, out ' of breath, and looked on rather anxiously. me thing was the pet invention of his mature years and he could hafdlr rv sist claiming it: but his bumD of dis cretion kept him from doing so. At any raie, ne believed he had succeeded in giving those who stole his wool a good scare. And he had. ..The next" dav Jake and Dave Pixley were missing, and their boat was found float ins bottom- side-up in the river. VA- week later uncle bimeon, who Was the postmaster, recieved a . crude -letter scrawled, on , wrapping paper 'which he oostoa un where .all could" read it. It ran . as follows r -.; v- ' ' . "Uncle Sim, if the- angell Gabrill is til hangin round you kan let 'him no me and Dave ha left and haint no idear of cuminar back write of.: in hast ' I Jake Pixley" y;- vA.C , The Total Eclipse. - J ; I The topic 'of general interesV" in ficientihc circles for some days has been the total eclipse 'of 'the 'sun, which occurred on th I7f.h ' in&t .. The line of totality, starting near the coast oi Africa, soutb ol the ojreat Desert, crosses E?vDt and Persia, and. skirting .the southern borders of. the great ceijtral table land. traverses the I Jit -r k - ! Tvuuie ureauuu oi abui, enaing ,near Shanghai. European astronomprn have gone to Egypt, equipped with cvcij uioauo ui vufleryauuu inai sci ence could suggest, or mechanical skill furnish, and the result of their observations will be awaited with in terestt as they are going to try some new methods, and hope to make, val uable additions -to our knowledge of the physical condition of the sun. . ' The whole region-around the sun, reaching outward, for, hundreds of thousands of miles, is occupied by matter intimately connected .with the solar orb, but concerning whose pre cise nature and extent astronomers are in much doubt. When the sun is hidden; by the opaque, body of, the moon' th& wbnderful' region flasb.es into view, presenting tt most astonish ing sight .All, around the. hidden orb there glows i broad, coronal gkJry, irregular in outline, sometimes vary ing in color,' and shooting out in places into great shaft8and wings, or ian-shaped projections. Within this wonderful crown pf light, and ranged close around ,the edge of the, black disk of the moan7 appeared" names, if objects tbat sometimes attain! a height of hundreds of thousands of miles may be called flames.' ' ! Ilere the most marvellous !forfces are at work. Theso rose-red flames are the oealljedipromrnencw wich the spedtrbscopV reveals even in full sunshine, and which are shot forth from the sun with h velocity that staggers the reason.';' Probably the tre, p? of jnt"ly io,?3andJ thev" have been watched as they set tled back upon ike annprfading out like clouds of .oiivglsnTokaiid' hanging overth fiery orb at a height, equal 'j to many times thetdianotert' the eartfi. During a'tolal-ydipse they can be seen on all sides of the sdn, and 'Ihe astronomers then strive to .use the few. minutes at their. dis posal to the besy possib advantage. Photography is called in to aid.iu re cording tne details 6f these and other strange appearances that are revealed in the neighborhood of the 'hidden sun: 'jtf"f ., 1 This jeclipae occurs at, a time when the snn is ' at av period 'of ma'ximum distorbancd; and on that' account'the scene in its neighborhood may be ex pected to be particularly 'grand, and the opportunities for the study of such phenomena unusually favorable. Everything that can be learaed about the sun and its surrouniiogs' ia be coming more important and interest ing, in view of the growing belief that the great orb of dav is more intimate ly connected with the life of our earth than even' student! of solar. .physical had mmnnirtl. i t lT S- J ri We know hat the sun makes iuu electrical condition " felt, upon x',Uie earth, producing auroras' and mag netic storms, and it; would be very surprising if the same influence' were not f el tj perhaps . in a greater legr, by Venus and Merpury, which, are much nearer the sun thiau we are. t is it( possible, then, that the two great wings of the corona, which everybody who saw the eclipse of 1878 watched with admiration, werea visible man ifestation of the interplay of electrical or other forces between? tbelsiin jtud the two inner planets? The present eclipse tmay jlflbrdf material : which will serve" eventually to ans wer this questioni Mercury 'and Venus are now on the same side of the ran, and their apparent places on the celestial sphere are not far apart, as seen from the earth. If the corona, on- thfe Oc casion, should, exhibit a great wlngor shaft of light, extending' toward the two planets, especially if no other ixnilarlDgs'erevislhle7irwouLT be a good argument in favor of the supposition that the phenomenon-hal a . real connection with' the planets. If such a wing should be seen double; the axis of each portion' pointing toward one of the planets, it would almost amount to a demonstration. The planets; hpwevef, will appearso; close together,, that even if -two coro nal wings in reality existed, they would probably appear blended into one. . Moreover, their position is such that the wing -. would appear, t much foreshortened. The present eclipse will also give an opportunity to test the correctness of the observation made in 1878-by two - American-astronomers, - Profes sors Watson and Swift, who believed that, they detected , two? new planets revolving. iri brbita closer to. the surf than that of Mercury. The eclipse of 1DOA ! 1 i ' " : t .1 1 ioou ianeu o corroooraiq; in is ouaer-, vation, but itfwaaj seen!,undervt'(y. unfavorable circumstanoes. Tjae pres ent occasion will be much more favor able for repeating fhe observation,. - "Beauty Unadorned (with pimples) is - -, - Adorned Uie .Mst." j ? If you deelrs a fair complexion fre from Simp ladle )ies, Diotcnes, ana cropuona, take "Uolden oal DlBCOTery.l. 4 Bj droggiflta, , . . . , Ths Chamber of Deputies, France, exprees coBfldence in Leon Say, and he will remain In office. l 3"-'- Dr. B. V. Pixbck, Buffalo, N. , Y.lTlve rears ajro I was a dreadful sufferer from uter- tn trnaMM. Havinir aihaiutMl th akill three physicians, I wse eoiapleUly 4icour aged, aud so weak I could with difficulty croM the room alone. I began takiof your FarOr lte Prescription' and ucini t-e tocnl treatmetit recommended io jourHiouitaoa 8ease tfwlUil Adviser.' In three months I was' pcrftctly curta. I wrote a letter to my family paper, briefly mentioning how my health had been restored, and offering to send the full particu lars to any one writing m far. them and in clorina a ttamvod ermlov far revlv. I have received over (our ti and red 'letters. In Tepiy, I have described my ease and the treatment need, and earnestly advised them to 'do like-' wise.' rom a great many I have received second letters ef thanks stating tbat they had commenced the treatment and were much bet ter already. Mas. E. F. MORGAN, Hsw CaetK Me. ) The JeaoaetU aunir ora-xetAn. to Imarica Immediately and decline entertainment by the Royal Oeogphkal SocletfLdM6n. "J I ? 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At one time .a report went around that l was deaa. l gave ud boDe. but a mend told- me or dk. WIL LIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. I a - A . - i- T - Blot a imtun, m.uvu w tujr ourw mm, a uutauituv- ed to feel better, and to-day 4 feel better thin for three yesr V- 1 I writet his hoping every one afflicted with diseased lungs will take PR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM, and be convinced that CONSUMPTION CAN 2 CURED I can pos itively say it has done more reoe than all the thee nedlejaet X bars takes slaoe my slots see .ITllWOUNTnVMAH IN THB i Wealher. Signal Office. I Iff Jeremiah Toadvli.of ths rtral alsirldt, broiieht a letter of lntrodu Uon to the Cfiltod Btates filual Ottt oer, and by the latter ftntlemsa was howu th beautiful eoienUfle liutru Diuuto ftr meajmrlDK and dwtrmliiiaff tha various. ciiatin and ooadltloua ot the weathr. i'olntlngtotneatand ard thcrpioincter he explainwl tQ air. T. the uiiof the hetit gauge, whra upon Mr.T. anzlouily loqinred If he "liadn't nuther un to spare icha nice merchtne to aot thu waather In hayln' and harvetit tiiae." ills lnepu U(inufthearont'trorwln(lraaaurr evoked tha expression: "Wouldn't he bt the racket to ran the wind mil! - with." Tlie baromqttir was one too many for Toadviue, and, look ing queorly at the omcial, as If be were utterly nomiluawd and rupt of words, atiia : " Friend, did you ever have the reumatisf" The abruptness of the quetuio i surprised the offlowr, who replied, "No never." " What" Evfdeutly recollecting himself, Mr. T. stopped on the ragged elw) of the threadbare remark, and said : "I only.v antod to know, for If tlds trap (jolnUn to the barometer) aliowj tne good an bad weather afore u s umu, it wouu ne a puny trap tor people with reumatis; Uiey oould nana It every time. 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In trmy cases of erroi .1,., ,. h.niA.l uiminrnur mmi eminent able remedy . I prescribe It In preferenee to any rsn'a I -USN TOXIC la a rmrpiallT in m as Da. UAHTI . ' i - i I'i 1 - (PT. Tfnis, MVrf JI aim color 1 thm blood,' natural HualtHful ton to IM owrestfe oraamt on swomi vews, msMs; it or-plioahU to Oeurol i JieoiUtjt. Ia of Aw f e, Prostration tit Vital m f , MANUFACTURED 6Y TKS D .i 'ij ) , rV MARIE FONTAINE'S J . I A scientific nrenaration for rtmovinir Moth. Tsn. Freckles, and all discolorations of the skin, leaving it olesr, smooth, and unblemished. It is harmless. t . pleasant, and absolutely sure. If you have tried 1 all other preparations upon the market without su- cess, do not be discouraged, but try Marie Fon taine's' Moth and Freokle Cere.' IT NEVER 1 I FAILS I There is not that -esse in sxistenoe that this preparation will not euro. ' t Price no cents. . Sold by all Pnicririata:jor will Pf . ' j ecnt by mail, upon receipt of price, ty , . , ' MRICJFONTAINE, Buffalo, N.Y.T ' O'urtd without opemtlonor the lDjury trusses lull I t . by JIU. J. i, snilUMAK'j method. Offlcc " 261 Broadway, New York si is kook, wlUi pilots j.- j graphic likenesses of bad cases before and after cn m T GOOD WAGES. -Learn Book keeping, Telegraphy, or kVaort hand and Type writing, at tbe Maynew Baslnesa ' ollewe,' 159 JeiTersun ave.. Board of Trade , Entrance and Kleraior, and be. prepared-for good situations. For circulars, i all at the College, or address ; ... IRA MAVHEW, IX. C. , Uetfuit., - . . Above is an exact portrait of MRS. SARAH J. VAN BDREH,' DISCOVEJIE& OJP- . . LADIES'T.ONIC... A preparation zvhich is uneq'uahjl for Purifying the Blood and Toniiig Up the Female' System.y '"' r Laotfs' Trio In prrard by Mrs. Van Ttui-crn at V.K Krai.f i.u r t., Buffalo-, t. Y4 anl La.1 beec . used success ully by Udies for yearn. ItUaur , ci' re for&ll i eoiaU Complaints. Low Fever, Ague. 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