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WELLINGTON. oina THE ISLE OP FLO WEB 8. An Jre came to the Isle of Flo wen; their treats met as out on the sees. For the spring and the middle summer aat each on the lap of the breese: Aim the red pevssloo-tlower to the cliffs, and the dark blue clematis, clung. And stair' d with a myriad blossom the Ions nrammiui nuug; I the topmost spire of the mountain was uiies in ueu 01 snow. And the lilies like (lac ten winded down, ruo- nine; out below Thro' the Are of the tulip and poppy, the blase of corse, and the blush Of millions of roses that sprang; without leaf or a thorn from the bush; And the whole tale-side Hashing down from the peak without ever a tree 8 wept like a torrent of gem from the sky to the blue of the sea; And we roU'd upon cape of crocus and vaunt ed our kith and our kin. And we wallow'd in beds of lilies, and chanted the triumph of Finn, Till each like a golden image was pollen'd from head to feet. And each was as dry as a cricket, with thirst in the middle-day heat. Blossom and blossom, and promise of blossom, but never a fruit 1 And we hated the Flowering Isle, as we hated the isle that was mute. And we tore up the dowers by ttao million and flung them in bight and bar. And we left but a naked rock, and in anger we sail'd away. From Tennyon't Acte Poems, A PAIR OF SLIPPERS. A tall young man Tan hastily down the steps of a handsome house in Thir ty-seventh street, and went quickly to- wara eroaaway. lne sun was sinning upon a diamond net-work which glit tered upon every branch and withered Tine, and was reflected from the daz zling pavement, covered with a thin glazing of ice. There was a vexed, pained look x upon his handsome face, and his steps were reckless, because his heart was impatient and sore. "Beautiful as ever." he muttered to himself, "and colder than ever. There she sat with her friends, exquisitely dressed, quiet, and as unmoved by my presence as if 1 had not been away for five days, writing to her by every mail, hungering for a ' sight of her. I used to think this calmness was the perfec tion of high breeding; now I know it lor the sign 01 a cola heart ana mind. Not nation of your conduct," said Rosa mond, quietly. , I suppose yon refer to my absence for the last ten days?' he replied. "I have been out of town." "Indeed! I was not aware of it," she said. Formerly yon thought it worth while to tell me your movements, to write to me when you were away. All that is over now, it would seem, and you are changed; consequently you cannot complain if L too, am changed." "This is not at all the right way to look at the matter," he answered, loft ily. "I left town because I did not wish to see you for the present. I did not write because I wished to mark my displeasure at your conduct. I require of you now to explain whv you suffered yourself to walk in broad daylight lean ing upon another man's arm, not even quitting your hold when you saw me quite careless not only of public opin ion, but of mine." He ceased, and sat very stiffly up right, with his chin held loftily in the air. - Rosamond looked at him thoughtful ly for a moment, and when she spoko her voice was very quiet and low. "Fred," she said, "1 do not wish any fencing or playing about the true issue of this question. 1 might, indeed, com plain not only of your absence and your silence, and your daring to approach me now, demanding an explanation in so decided a tone. I, too, might re quest yon to explain several things. I might ask how you could allow your self to treat with such disrespect the woman you have chosen for your wife and have professed to lore; I might ask how you, as a gentleman, could have met me that morning, trying with my girl's strength to support and help a poor man who had fallen in the street, and was faint with pain, and not only pass without offering assistance, but without even a word, a look." "It was Phil Blount," stammered Mr. Boone. "How should I know he had hurt himself?" "How should you know, indeed? Yes, it was Philip Blount. I hope if it had been any other man a stranger, a beggar I should have tried to help him as best I might. Perhaps in that case you wouldtvt even have vouch safed to bow to me." "I certainly don't sea,1 llai ' tosur -t berraws tl W b netted. ! '-Trottr-- sprlng, soft summer holidays, and au tumn lingering at the sea-side passed over Rosamond's bright head, and each season found her happier. She had yonth and health, vivid interests and steady industry, so that everything that presented itself, work or leisure, study or exercise, nature or art, found her re sponsive to its call. Time flew on rapid wings, and brought once more the white pall of winter and the icy blast that outer desolation which only makes warm fires glow the brighter, and young pulses beat the quicker, in the contrast between the death of nature and the in tense life of heart and home. Once more upon an icy morning Rosa mond ventured forth, this time with a basket which she wished to carry to one of the hospitals. It was visiting-day. and she was much interested in one of the patients a poor seamstress, who in her time of health had spent many a Inn rr Amv In RMimflnH1! (wtv kmlmnm. had borrowed many a book, and en joyed afterward talking over what she had read with "her young lady,1' whose kindness was one of the few bits of sun shine in a limited life. " Poor Mary!" thought pretty Rosa mond. " She sha'n't wait for her wine and book and flowers. The walk will dt me good. But if I could only hide this basket! 1 do so despise looking goody." She pulled at her warm cloak, and tried to adjust a fold over the basket; but in vain. It was more con spicuous than ever in its lurry sur roundings, while her manifest desire to- conceal it gave a certain guilty iook to ner innocent ouraen. Why will not young people look where they are going? Never was step more fearless and free, and therefore more safe, than Rosamond Vane's; but the one moment of accident or awk wardness comes tt all in its appointed time. She was still bending her head. and twisting her seal -skin, when sud denly everything flew out of her hands. her basket went off on a tangent, Jier mun lanaea in tne gutter, ana sne found herself flat on the pavement. realizing for the first time that one does not have to go down into a well to see stars by daylight. the tried to deary'.' .tar1 .' KM u down into a well to see J .yL art ' Tl-fwi -i next "mU. - ir r 1 1 1 -- ' 2ft. A Hindoo Wedding I oung urines ana Bridegrooms. The Hindoo's bane is his early mar riage. When he is of the tender age of nve or six years tne urst ucicmuuj, ui betrothal, are enacted with great splen dor. And when he is about twelve the final marriage takes place. The choice of a wife does not rest with the man, nor in fact have the contracting parties anything to do with the marriage, t rom the time a boy is bora, which, by the way, is a matter of great rejoicing, noth ing is spoken or thought of except that which concerns his future wife. The father casts about him for a suitable connection, and having settled upon a certain family negotiations are at once opened. Money is, oi course, tne guiu ing spirit throughout, and the price in the shape of jewels, cattle, land or val uables is exhaustively discussed, some times with a seal bordering upon the ridiculous. The little maiden is natur ally too young to take part in the dis cussion, and the only stipulation re quired as to her personal charms is that she be neither blind nor lame. If by any chance the damsel becomes thus afflicted after the conclusion of the con tract, the father of the bridegroom has to remain by his contract. Ihe Hindoo never dreams of love. It is not in his composition. He loves his eldest son, but then his affection is simply a selfish one; for the Hindoo faith declares that no man can enter heaven un less his son attend his obsequies. His wife is not a companion. She is only a slave and the mother of his cb.il- . - . . . dren. f or that reason, ana ior naugnt else, is her presence tolerated in the bouse. Among the natives in India there is no courtship. Tie first time an ex pectant bridegroom sees his wife is on the night of his final betrothal. Then for the first time he learns her -name. The marriasre ceremony of an eldest son is a season of universal merriment. The festivities last for about a month; and many a marriasre entirely ruins iirosDcraus and business men. as well as landholders and the better e!aoaf raiata. ADVthin4!t-T "Vf" rj . Vf-fwe'irwUv- A Street-Car Scene. An amusing incident occurred on a street-car the other day. A woman of fifty, made up to look about twenty-five years old, got aboard at a crossing to find every seat occupied. She stood for a moment and then selecting a poorly dressed man about forty-five years of age, she observed: Are mere no gentlemen on mis car r 'Indeed, I duuno." he replied as he looked up and down. "If there ain't. and your going clear through, i ll hunt up one for you at the other end of the line." There was an embarrassing silence for a moment and then a light broke in on him all of a sudden and he arose and said: " You can have this seat, madam. I am alius perfectly willing to stand up arei give my seat to anybody older than myself." That decided her. 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The care ess foot had slipped upon the treacherous Ice, and his downfall was complete. A quick tide of changing expressions : chased themselves over Roeamond Vane's bright face. ' first fun, then consternation, brightened and softened ' In ner baaei eyes; but ner mouth re mained preternatursily grave. Instead - of scrambling up again, he sat quite Still, and looked at her comically. - llease laugh," he said; "I know you are dying to. A soft mirthful peal rang from her , prettv lips, and she exclaimed: "Oh, Mr. filount. do get up. I am quite un used to have gentlemen prostrate them ; ' selves before me, and it is embarrass ing, . though complimentary." Then, as he tried to rise,- her face changed to pity. "You have hurt yourself where? Have you broken any bones?" A few," he answered, with a smile and a writhe; " but I have a good many ' , left, thank you. No, it is a wrench or sprain of some sort. It will pass in a moment;" and he turned very pale as he rose and felt the full force of the ' twist he had given himself. "What can i do lor your' askea U unbend, but r into the corner of her ( and said: "No, Fred, the case is not jexA. I am the one to whom ex planation and apology are due, and ap parently you have none to give. But, as I said before, let us have no fencing. 1 am not speaking in aner. but in intense conviction. Could I be so treated before marriage by a man, without having full time during his absence and silence to think what his real disposition must be, what his professed love must amount to, what sort of married life I must lead with him? And I have thought of it all, with pain and regret for the dissolving of my dream, but gratitude that I have waked in time. I have to say good-by to you. treil dear rreai l snail never call you by your name again, out 1 wish you 'would believe that I speak with every kind and friendly feeling. But we must not spoil eacn otner s me. We don't su'U Yon do not love me " You are entirely mistaken," he in terrupted, with some heat, "1 do love you. I have often told you so." "Yes, so you have. Perhaps you did a little perhaps you do just now; but it won't hurt vou. Say good-by, and part friends, for indeed we never can be anything more." And at the same hour of the same day -Philip Blount was saying to his beautiful fiancee: "Mo, Mabel, you don't love me: I know it now. You allowed me to love you, and for a time that was happiness enough; but it is so no lonsrer. Your coldness makes me miserable. For all these long days 1 have lain on my sofa, vainly hoping for something more than the commonplace card of inquiry you might nave sent to any ordinary friend some flower, some Rosamond. "We are very near your comforting, loving words. Even a visit boose. Do you think you can walk, or ! many a girl would is there anybody I can call?" And she looked round the deserted street, where even the policeman was missing, true to the spirit of the old conundrum: "What is invisible blue? A policeman when he is wanted.' "If I could persuade this lamp-post not have thought whom she in- too much for the tended to marry." It would not have been at all con venablc," replied Mabel, coldly "hard ly proper. Xou are too restless, too txxgeanL. I hare d istinctly assured you. once for all, of my regard have given to come, too, I should get along very you my promise; what more can you well," he answered, trying to laugh; ask?" "but I don't quite see my way to letting "I ask to have it recalled, beautiful it go," icicle," said Philip, bitterly. "The " Lean upon me," said Rosamond, suffering will be all mine, the blame all with an earnest, blushing face.. "It! mine; the eclat of the rupture, if there will help you, and the distance is really I be such a thing, shall be yours. Dismiss snort. i me on any pieayoucuoobe; xwm never "I could not think of it. Miss Vane." i contradict you; but do not let us go on he replied. " But if vou would take in this terrible mistake. You can not my arm, perhaps I might steady myself love me perhaps you can not love at , i, l ,, . i a. . - . ,, li, . i r .1.-1- s i . Bar. auu x ui uisuuoduu miwtffiu oiv so. 1 snail 1 eel all nzbt in a minute. So Rosamond put her hand well in his arm, and pressed it firmly and closely as they moved slowly on. A lover-like attitude it seemed to a distinguished looking young man who, approaching, eyed them curiously; then his face grew white as Miss Vane's grew rosy, and she exclaimed, quite ' loud enough, as she thought, for him to hear, "Oh, here is Mr. Boone; he will help" yon much better than L" But even as she spoke lie had raised his hat in a still silence and passed on. Rosamond stood quite still for a mo ment in her bewilderment, and the tears - welled into her eyes. "Did he not recognize me?" she asked, uiteouslv. un yes, i to ink so," answered rnii- adoration lor your beauty and my mis ery at your coldness. Let us each be free." Yes." said Mabel, with a bitter look, "free to send flowers to other girls, to offer your arm in the street to ladies who may choose to accept so con spicuous an attention." I'nutp looaea at ner earnestly, "ion are speaking of Miss Vane," he said. "xes, sue was most Kind and neipiui that morning. - She is a sweet and no ble woman. .Bat, Mabel dearest, is it possible that any jealous feeling about her Is at the root of your cold manner to me? For Heaven s sake, be frank and true. Let us have no mistake in this matter. You know that I have be longed wholly to you in heart and in . va a Tl - I I . ? h Blount, "Mr. Boone was perhaps in act. If I have done you injustice in a nurrv some aPDOintmeni." Ana ne compiaimnir oi your want oi iove. ten looked at her with kind pity in his eyes as the varying color and changing ex pression betrayed her emotions of sur prise, pain and finally quiet displeasure. She said nothing more, however. Per haps this was not the first blow that ' her trust bad received during her three 'months' encasement. Only a few steps more, and his la bored breath and white face told o( so much suffering that she waiglad to find their destination close at band. '- Now sit on this step a moment. he said, and ran lightly to ring the bell and call ua servant to nis master aiu "I hove too will feel better verv soon.' he said, earnestly, as she held out her hand for good-by. "And you, my kind neighbor, I hope l nave none you no nana in buy waj, he answered, in the same tone. , And she said. Dressing her lips to- arether verv firtnlv after she had spoken. No. vou have done me no harm in s toau." , Several days passed,' and Rosamond saw neither of the two men who had ' played so prominent a part in her morn ing walk. - - She had sent to inquire after Mr. " Blount with her mother's compliments snfl had learned that he had not been - able to leave his room, but a short rest . would probably make him all right. And almost disappointed was she. . when a beautiful basket of roses came to her. to read on the card his name. instead of fin dine in it a tardy but ao- . eeptable token of penitence from her Own aosent wver. DUU tno uays psuteeu on. an d she bided her time, displeased. thoughtful, yet ready with a true wom an's heart to listen to excuses ready to ' be easily propitiated. 'But absence and Uance still reurned. ,. . :"At last he came. She met him in the parlor, as grave as he. and shook hands '-- ssTavs unmoved a war as if they were nvdinarv acauaintances. ve i hav to ask an explanation," he aid. stiffly, as he sat down at a little listen, and looked coldljp bar. .4 Mot. ohHm Mpl me so, and I will ask your forgiveness on my knees. No, Philip," she said, decidedly. after a moment's struggle, "j, may have felt displeased at rumors that have reached me as to Kosamond vane. 1 may not have done you entire justice in that matter. But as to the rest, you are right, it is not in me to satisfy such a nature as yours, i ou are too impul sive, too ardent. You annoy and alarm me by your demands. We had better part' Kosamond read in tne newspapers the departure for Europe of both her own and Mabel's lover, and smiled and siched over the changes of the past month. Gradually rumors reached her of the rupture of Philip's engagement. she was tar irom guessing ner own share in the transaction, nor dreamed that in the sudden revulsion from con ventionality and coldness which Phil Blount was feeling on that eventful moraine, the contrast of her own charming smue and warm, coroiai helpfulness did more than any one thing to make him burst the fetters which chained him. Their aoquintance had been slight, though friendly, but now a certain amused sympathy grew up in her mind the feeung that they had unconsciously acted upon each oth ers fates, and bad, so to speak, "been in the same scrape." She felt as well as if she could see it th sense of free dom with which he had quitted his na tive country. Soreness, mortification, even rearret. he misrht feel, but through all, and overmastering all, that reali sation of escape from what would in time have been Intolerable. Did she net know? Were not her own heatt and life expanding under the same in flnence? "You will never marry now," her mother said, half impatient of Rosa mond decision. And she replied, blithely: "Do you really think so, dear mamma? - I am so a-ladi" Without lor of rom an os Ills may pass hsfpilJI mo.fb4 cf buy '-.t yheu : sj.rwraightened her I'put the hair out of her eyes; a-usrv looking up, met Philip Blount s quizzical glance, and burst into a peal oi laugnter. "It is too funny," she gasped, as they shook hands, and he rescued her muff, and picked up the basket. But its contents! Jelly, wine and flowers mingled theirsweetness; and Westward, Ho! plastered with snow and sticki ness, looked as if it were flowing with milk and bouey. ihe street was as deserted as on the former occasion; but Philip felt, as he ruefully gathered to gether the broken glass and the drip ping rose-buds, tbat tne man who could walk up any .New York street carrying that wretched basket, could storm a breach or lead a forlorn hope. Balak- lava w numing la nutuing: However, every man can be a hero if he chooses. At arm's-length he held his dripping burden; then turned gayly to Rosamond, and said, "Will you take my arm once more?" Rosamond was not hurt, not even very much shaken, after the first mo ment; but she took his arm, and turned homeward. Mary must wait till another day; there was no use in going to the hospital now. "When did you return ?" she asked. "Only yesterday. This is my first walk in'New York. I was just think ing of my last one, and of you, when you precipitated matters so unexpect edly. Are you sure you are not hurt?" "Not a bit," she said, merrily. "2 know better than to sprain my ankle. Don't think, though, that I undervalue your succor; it requires great strength of mind, if not of body, to carry that basket." " That day," be answered, a little in coherently, "did we not get each other mutally into a scrape, 1 wonder? I wonder, too, whether you have beard the last piece of news from England: At bu ueorge s, uanover square. Mabel, only daughter of Henry Braith waite, Esq.. of Siew York, to ' MUs Kosamond, do you really not know that r red jtoone is married. Her start was irresistible: but it was a start of relief and joy as much as sur prise. "lam very glad," sue exclaimed. " But do you really mean is it possible ne nas married Junoelf Even so. 1 was at the church, and shook bands with the happy pair. Everything was strictly elegant and properly arranged, and tney are likely to live in England for the present." Their eyes met once more, and neither could resist a comical smile, al though Rosamond's color had deep ened, and Philip thouzht how pretty she looked in her amused embarrass ment. Even now he was nearly uncon scious of what it was that bad pulled at his heart-strings as he congratulated the well-matched pair at St. George's and suddenly resolved, as he passed out of the church, that it was no time for a man to dawdle away his life in another country when work if not happiness awaited him at borne. Meed we iro farther? Is it necessary to state In plain words that this was by no means the last wait wDicn tms young coupio toos togetnerr ineir intimacv errew rapidly, and tne thread of sympathy which ran through their fates only broadened and strengthened with time. And thus it came to pass that when one day Philipasked, "Rosamond, will you go through life with me?" she could neither feel nor feign surprise, but said, demurely, though with a hap py glow of emotion in her bright face. if I do, we had better take for our motto, 'United we stand, divided we fall r "Earper't Bazar. UVa Pr -4 Iwriese'iestiv- -i.totav' Cargo shamianas, or -V . . 1 : -J I Y. n.t tn tenia, upeu nt iiiv siuus, ai iwucu iu vacant spaces, the ground is covered with durries, or carpets of native man ufacture. Frames for letting off fire works are placed in front of the -tents and pits in which to expioae crackers are prepared. The brideeroom's pal- ankin or litter is a blaze of gold, tinsel, scarlet and purple. This extraordinary open litter is carried by men, as a shaft projects from the 'back and forepart of the bed. in it sits tne bridegroom, rte is gayly clad and looks frightened. He is surrounded by lookers-on, musicians. and, if at night, by torch-bearers with flaming tire poles and lanterns, l ne music is the enlivening feature of the procession. With the Hindoo melody has no chance; his only desire is noise. The tom-tom or drum is an especial fa vorite with the natives of Hindostan. It is unlike the drum used by Europeans. In shape it resembles an egg covered with a tight goat parchment. No sticks are used in beating, but a thundering "tom-tom" is maintained by striking with the open palm the villainous parch ment. Then many of the musical party manage to secure at auctions some an cient instruments belonging to a regi mental band, chiefly of the life kind. Ihe whole night is spent by the bridegroom in psxaaing luu village, or tu is uiure poetically known as visiting. The lit tle village turns out in honor of the oc casion, and much money is spent by the unhappy sponsors over the festivities. Perhaps after two nights have been wasted in this idiotic manner, the danc ing and feasting commences. Among the many scandalous customs of the Europeans, our dances are considered by Hindoos as the most indecent. When the natives first see an English ball-room they blush in spite of them selves at what they consider flagrant outrages of honor and decency. ative dances, or nauches. as they are termed, are performed by a certain class oi women. These are not necessarily bad many of them are women of great wealth, as a successful danseuse is very soon able to realize a fortune by the curious figures she postures and the un musically nasal songs she sings. Late in the night the assembled guests gather under the ahamiana and watcn the quaint evolutions of their favorite "Itan." J.he place must be oninaniiy lighted; thousands of tiny, flickering oU lamps are placed in odd niches, or are suspended from the ceiling. Chi nese or native lanterns add their bril liancy to the festive scene. I was present -at one oi tne grandest nauicnes ever held in Allahabad. The place was crowded with natives of the better classes, and all the European swells of Allahabad were invited to the enter tainment. Champagne flowed like water, and a splendid supper, ordered from the hotel, was set before the hun gry and well-pleased guests. This will give some idea that the native, when he is earnest about entertaining, does not act meanly. Madras Letter to San tranctsco Lhrontele. The little Prince of Cumberland. Princess Tbyra's son and- Alexandra's nephew, has just been baptized, receiv- tn , on I 1iMQti.n nnmAa fldnrmi Will- iam Christian Albert Edward Alexander Frederick Waldemar Ernest Adolf. Among his sponsors were the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, the Kines of Denmark and Greece, the Duke of Brunswick and the Czarowitch. v e,a'fr - T ' I w tn iWVirt.W sv . I rrstew' j? I el 'V ! It the most I'M.SilL fMinnnrnr of pain that he has aver known. Chables W. Now land, of Alexandria, Va has a small gold watch, about as large around as a stiver quarter, oi an antique pat tern, wblcb it is said undoubtedly belonged either to General Washington or his wile. Us, j'siwcV tav. ,'Si iwiprwa. I SSallT D"tUlll I I ' III ! -a . Streagth .Bfttera Is svstemat suffcrer. Moreover, ry with the stomach jr and the bowels, as afied 6y the action of tbe Bit- ten, wien'tal duspoodescy produced by that deraoge- aaent disappears. Tor sals by all Proewtats and Peelers generally. rreSt. "To sum it up, six long years of bed-rid den sickness, costing $&Ju per rear; total. Sl.auu all of tbis expense wss stooped br three bottles of Hon Bitters, taken by my wife. Sbe has done her own housework for a year since, without tbe loss of a day, and I want everybody to knowit for their benefit." iY. JS. J c Miss Addib Bm itrurst, a vonng lady In modest circumstances, residing in Raleigh, N. C, is reported to have a legacy of tl&V 000 from an aunt in Europe. Patsow's Ixdklibi.s Ixk Is the best for marking linen. Sample will be sent post-paid for 30c by F. H. Stoddard, Northampton, Mass. THE GREAT GERMAN FOR THE HAIR. BURNETTS )AINE TEE BEST HATtt 2BES8nra. BURNETTS )AINE Promotes tns Qrowtk of the Bain, RMntlfullv illuminated floral Hand Book free. Send JOS. BURNETT A CO.. Bo.ton.Msas. ' i- lllimilllllfflllllle iLliEiiinavj l jeaswssiM REMEDY FOB RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, DO YOU WISH TO GO WEST? Write for llrt of Real Eetatr forsnlebvna. Wehave TWO HVAItsVElS IUFKOVEU f AKMS. and 10,000 ACRES of onlmproYed for mle crvnp, and on liber! term. oi psavnU'Tii. i new iimu aire in me ncm punwni ox lawk. MltMurl auui Kelmuka. where few crops wlU pay for aa IMPROVED FARM For bnslnras m-n Trvm of small means we hare property-tn new and growing towns, on tne CU.4Q.li. 1C, well worthy of Uiclr attention. THANK ELMEHDOKF, Corning, Iowa. 15 EITHER LIQUID OB SBT FOBS That Acts at the Sasss Tlase ea The Liver. The Dowels, and the Kidneys. TImm greas ornai ar theBrntarml etotuiMn f th .rwrtera. If theT work well, health will b perfect; if tbey bexme Glomced AnaVtlnu dla- Oasuii are man to follow with TERRIBLE SUFFERING. BUiounuM. Headach. Dvtpcvtia, Jaxndlet, OonstipatUm, fUei. JZidnei ComplainU, OmxL THnhtlet. JthamaUe Painter Achet. are developed because theblood la poisoned with tbe humors that should be expalled. naturally. KiniicY.wnBTwiiL restore the healthr aetloa and all these destrpyue; evils win ne Damsneat SKsrnw3 1 WLU live du to auixer. Thousands have beea cured. Trrlt ana jtm will add one more to the number. Taker seat hslth will once anore aladdea jour heart. WavsefT leaser tress tasl.r-ial i(uUh' War aaar sash eMrass frees CsestreeUsa aa Hiss Krovxr-WoiT will cure yam. TryrtasoBeeKna twit la put rrp in Pry Teawtahte 'ferns, la OTtla cans one package of which snakes ots CWqoartsof medicine. fa-Abo In UaU F rjarf or the convenience of thoee whe eaaw rarreadilT. prepare rs. It acre with eowol ryejltaise, jn rtOierform. "wELLS. BICHaKDSOS a CO., Frap, rwm send the drTPuepald.) sTCBUHSTOB, Tt. sDRsCLmS, ava ,et s&eiai aw dun nuu iru INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP IaUrxUrj, 77 W. 3, SL, lew T.rk Cltj, Laza or nassT air. h Mm A- fTaasx xixx.1 The Best Remedy Znowa to ICaa ! Dr. Clark Johnson having associated himself with Mr. Edwin Eastman, an escaped, captive, lona; a slave to Wakamotkla, the medicine man of the Comanches, is now prepared to lend his aid in the introduction of the wonderful remedy of that tribe. The experience of Mr. Eastman being similar to . that of Mrs. Chas. Jones and eon, of Washingtoa Co., Iowa, an acoonnt of whow sufferings were thriluiiKlT narrated in the Kt rark Herald ot Dee. 15th, 1878, the facts of which are so widely known, and so nearly parallel, that Vat Httle men tion of Mr. Eastman's experiences will be given hers. They are, however, pn bl Ished In a BcatTos ameor 300 paces, entitled, "Seven and Nine Years , Among the Comanches and Apaches," ot which, mention will be mado hereafter. Bufflee it to sar that for several years, Mr. Eastman, while a cap. tire, was compelled to gather the roots, frame, barks, herbs and berries of which WakametUa's medicine was made, and is still prepared to pro vide the sixs materials for the snccessfol Intrc (taction of the medicine to the world; and assttrrt the public that the remedy is the same bow t- Whan WaltamciUa, compelled him to make U. 7 fi" 5 81X-8HOT "BULLOOZER" ONLY f New and tmprryrsM in Kyle jm arh af ana nniRa. Biraeatbar- rain evCT offered. Hee-T- 11 r Dinted! xancr Atrents' salsa avrsi mnonaon Bo vs. now Is Tonr chsncsa to own a splendid Revolrer. SPKCIAl Omn. To Introduce our RevolTer ranidlT we will send menald s&mDrea for CO ots. esrh : t for tl. T- - mUl mntr ftr i t,Mfw. Wonderfully cheap. " Tribrme. . Orer I 1 000 sold in Chicago. July 4th. and S.WO tn Hew I Tore Atrents wtntea. moM wtu m msoain n i day. trdr as sesrr. H. KSOX & CO.. Im porters Fix-Arms. b$ La Salle St. . Chicaso, 111. !vud!eTVl sawS BWsaaawasasaiaBnBaB ar m 1 1 SORENESS orras CHEST, SORETHROAT, QUINST, SWELLINQS SPEAINS, FROSTED FEET EARS. BTJTINS AWS ssos,XjZ3as, SencralBodflrPains. TOOTH, EAR sua HEADACHE, ssa RLL OTHEB PA1HS ASS ACHKS. N. PmMtfM m aarth Mnala Sr. Jsooaa Ota aa a aars. araa. aiarul aaO rnaar F.slaraal RvaMdv- A trial sataila swt th. eomparativsly trifliaa eatlay of fi Caars. aad avary aa aaSsriac with paia raa have cheap ana pensive proof of su alauna. niBBCTIOIS KLITU LAXSCASIS. sou it u iiuaaisTS in itAitis ii tiicmL A. VOGELER V CO. Jslllmsrt. -MoT.. V. -A WOSIAJPS TRIUMPH! TUTTS PILLS HISTOAYo'ntWORLD Embracliut fall and authentic aecoonts of every natloa of ancient and modern times, and lncladlns a history of the rise and fall ot the Greek and Roman Empires, the middle aces, the crasades, the feudal system, the refor mation, the discovery and settlement ot the New World, etc, etc. It contains 7S Sne historical enrrannirs, and is the moat complete History of the World ever published. Bend for specimen pages and crrra terms to Agcnta. rhlladelphla. Pa. ' SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Jjoss of Appetite. Bowels costive. Pain la the Head, with a dull sensation in the back part. Fain under the shoulder blade, full ness after eating;, with a disinclination to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low smrita. with a feeling: of nsr. ins; neglected some duty. Weariness. Dis sinesa. Fluttering at the lie art. Dots be fore the eyes. Yellow Skin, Headache generally over the right eye, Restlessness with fitful dreams, htehly colored Urine dt CONSTIPATION. TUTTS PILLS are eeramc-taYslr aSanteS ta assek ea-ews, s lugs dan. tnaeta aeiela as cha-sagw aw feak asma isa mm SM.ss.aisa as saw mmnmww. SOLD EVKRTWHERB, PRICK SS CENTS. OFFICE, SA Btssmsr Strwe. Mew Terk. PI II ?f IIASIIMln lUVJtifp For sale by the 1 1 lowaR.R. Land Co. II Ovrr 1 .000,000 arm Choice Farming Londj tne a ear nest arms Cm1bi Ytanitia. Iowa. Brsinch Ofl.ce. 93 Eandolph fit, Chicago, UK FREE! "J ESI ITDIA L P1HIH1M, OF LIU. EASS, Order of nisrbt hood Put night-cap ! on jour As Arkansas Hog Story. Captain Fees Pritchard owns a doz that he would not part with for the world. The world is a pretty large offer, but he would not accept it for his tlos; Bruno. When in Memphis not long ago, Bruno got separated from his master in the crowded street, and when the Captain went on board a steamboat. on bis return to Little Rook, the doz was nowhere to be seen. The owner of Bruno was much affected by the failure oi his faithful follower to stay witn him. They had traveled many times from Little Rock to Memphis and back, both by steamboat and cars. The wheels of the Marlin Speed turned the requisite number of times, and Captain Pritchard found himself in Little Rock, lie mourned the loss of his doz almost as much as if he had lost a child, but that evening, as he sat in his room, there came a scratching -at the door, and when it was opened Bruno walked in. wagging his tail with the most frantic ana eviuent enons to wax it on. now he rot home was a nine days' wonder. Captain Pritchard saw a conductor of the Memphis & Little Rock Railroad a day or two after, who saia: via your dog come homeP" " Yes. What do vou know about it?" He rode over from Memphis with me. That's alL Who put him on the train t I want to thank him." "lie got on himself, went into a nassenzer car, sat down. and whenover the train would stop at any station would shrink back undet the seats. He did not try to get off at anv station until Little Rock was reached. When the brakeman opened the door and shouted Little Rock,' out popped Bruno and mads straight for home. LiUU Mock frfc.) 0. caQood mht)t tmtttck iftrsiMdsr. Thb regular Frazer Axle Grease saves mon ey ior tne consumer, j ne iigoi eoiorea or veuow loosens tne spokes. SmDiso'i Rossi. Salts meets with won derful success In all cases ox skin diseases. Sons women are like shotguns. They would attract no attention u it were not ior weir bangs. Not to be outdone by Vesuvius and Manna Loa, Mount Baker, lu Washington Territory, has gone into the volcanic business. Several eruptions have occurred lately, accompanied dj s a ocas oi eannquane. William Winter writes verv beautiful spring poetry. i. u. i tcaywu. Hs stood, a bronied and battered form, Within an old embrasure warm. And leaned upon a cannon old. Half sunken in the fragrant mold; Then, turning from the rusty gun. With help of crutch he tottered on. A sweet girl-face looked up at him, Andswevt eyes scanned his aspect grim. And sweet voice said. In quaver low, U. gHllaut warrior, do not go. But tell me tell me where you fought And where thewe fearful wounds were wrought. wen smitten in ine lurious uue Ttast drenched in blood the bastion's side? Or fnuxht upon the slippery deck And sang doHanoe Trmu tbe wreck? Or waved the starry banner high. israveiy reeoivea 10 ao or aier Hold on, young gall" the veteran said; I am a whltewasher by trade; I never fit; thia trouble la lnaammatorv rheiimalial A brtdb of a few weeks' duration went to market tbe other dsv and, seeing some large goiu-nsn swimming arjout in a glass giooe, was struck with the idea of having them for dinner. " I'd like these fishes if you haven't any smelts," sne saiu muuiy to tne man; and when told ther were not to eat, but for Deis. she declared It was a shame, for they would nave loo it ea so nice china. wilt, mail a rePTor arr ew hook. Medical Common Sense," Paxw-W- In snr Hereon Who Will eend hla name and poatoinee address and two S-eent atampa to par nosisgf. To anv one eiinVrln wlthCHXTrMTTIO?r. STIIW a r-ATAKKlI. ISO K E-TH BOAT, or HBOM HITIS, ihe information in thla elt-gant VOlunie la Ot irrva vaiur; wiu. iu iu'- wviwwk. w. Goil. haa aared many ua. mi lives. Aeorvas TEXAS! South weatrn Immigration vompany It Is ihe purpose of this Comptuiy to unply the tHtil of sistt l)imsu of Ininmnitt1on, and not to ulfcrve the purpow of any InUlv'dual. rnllway. or other corporal Ion. if Mv tantt bought or soltL Information furnlshttl lhtae wlshlrni to settle In Trxaa. Cnmspoudi'ncr solloltrd. AfMreM or B. ii. Duval, bee Austin. IVxna. ffl flTl1 OrRevt. A fine rt8idetice,com m UA uAisMi plete and all new, ith ten acraa of tuut nre sxtjtilntnir; aituate in a fine nil aire rrarrounrted by a rtfh (siuntrv? sll the tusuls Diked a:id free: with sood churches and achm.., and no saUton. A (rood chanca for a physician. Terms very motif rale. Addreaa u. i ttUaSUsl, M. 11 IIlU(aimil4TOUTl(, IsJlHBVU., U. LYDIA E. PINKHAr.1'3 VEGETABLE COKPOUNP. The Potvltfyw Cnra iinthM FsOmT.1 tasBftilait n4 WW ssstaaMsi to haat feaavi latUt, It win ear mtlrely th wont fora of FemaJe Cdbb fflahift all ovmriaa troatlea, IniUsnmaUtosi az4 tleat tion, Falilnc a Pt-riacainenta, and tba ronasgnsnt BpLnal WeatoMtja, and la patlraUii adapted to th Cbanff of Ufa. It will diarmlrra and azpsl tvmora freos tha vteroa la aa aarty scap of toralopoMinV. Tha tendeneytooaa Ovrooa homocv thcra la cliees fvry speedUlj by Ita osa It rnmnTiai fslnliMns. nslnhinry. destroys all eraTinc for afUmalaata, and rc lie Tea weakneaa of tne stomach. It cares Bloating, Headatdiaa, Varrona PiwtraUoaa Oeoarai XtabUltj-. Wliifliainiss, pepraastoa and indt- 'The Garden Spat 2 ViKZ? rotan. eta.. St. Joseph. Mo . for illustrated famnhlec deaeilblncthecplrbrated Platte HurcUaae " ot Norlh weat Mlaaourl ana Uie aa of St. Joseph, atallea rasa. TEAS; P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE WakametUs, the Medicine Kan Wathlnir haa been added to the medicine, and nothing has been taken sway. It ia without ooabj th Ban FuairiER of the Bloo and Raaawam ef tns arsraal ever Known so man. TatoSyrap possesses vaneuiireKi . t seta upon the Liver. It acts upon the Kidneys. It recnlates tate Bowels. It vat rifles the Blood. It eialeta the Nervona System. It wromotea Dlsestion. . . It Nonrtahea, Strengthens and Iavrieas Itarrtes on the old blood and makea "SlTopena the poree of the akin, stnd lndncea Health jr PersplraUom. , It aentrallzee the hereditary taint, or poison In tbe btood,whlch generates Scrofnla,KrysipeUis, and all manner of skin diseases and Internal hnmors. V There are noepirtta empioyea uiumsnsiKwn and it caa be taken by the moat delicate bahe. oi by theaced and feeble, ears sncjr eetsy refasrsd a iaea How a aVracnms. -MRS. POTTS'S- Cold-Hanile Sadiron. if 5 -FOR BY SALE THE HARDWARE TRADE. ' I .Edwin Eastman in Indian Costtuna. AGENTS I ASKNTSt JO SI AH ALLEN'S WE "My Wayward Pardner." AGENTS WASTED In every town. Dont miss It bat rend for Circular nl once, and secure territory. AJdreas DOUGLASS BROS.. 65 W. 5th St.. Cincinnati. O. i'iii.ln-n ... r.-n Mnl slmnl. nourishment rather thaa medicine, and bow to adord this when the child has little power so assimiists larutiyineainiaiusTcaa-wuw. pab nun nnru I n Un UniLUIlCH a This wen- si Illsissa-avtesl Stmsasastae wlU eater am lta ISth Yessr la ISsl. St.SO m Tear In Ad vance. Send Tor Sample Kav asad Pr-eaalaaa 1.1st. HEW Snbacr-lb-ers set extras Kea. ay rsbMrlblsa woiar. Arlriri-aa Horsary Publishing Company Boston, : A6EHTS WASTED Fortbe Handsomest and CHEAPEST BIBLES S11"- CASH PBEMIUMS. DWwlUplAva. JSt Msso.tSQJU DetTutt, Mich AO KT WASTID for tbe Best and Fastest belling Pictorial Books and atiblaa, Prlcea rcduoed at par sent. National Pubuaalna Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. Altlllll IT-plitiie Haia.lt 7are4 lai 1 1 aw III WkTm tassssra. xenT"ea W I I M HI us, j, naraaam. Laoanoo. with Ttr. Cfcetsew Kevar .i. HvinalLSX Address Chase Pab Co.Ttoledo.a Ours the only one at-n- 1 Choicest In the world Importers' prices l.aivcst t-ntpanr m anvnm-w an U-lc - plt-ajH-a ever body lrd c-a. tlnuallv lncr.-aliit-Ait.-iil waulcl cvt-rrtx-rtl itiin i v. . wi m-. ..... . . ir,-uiar 11- U.ia 1SST, rCNNESS .RPJ i vm' V !s5 nnimi IIKIIMS Ana tk. aa s s aa sa sa . ... rran C. A. B. ft.. Uwlsllt, 1U. LlT ttsMska IWe. III K K V, ran be had at Ih Inm fli toll, ba 1 11U ilaJlll PluauurxU. 1'a. StOUr L-immUr. Ynnuf1 MAis'f!'nd for GnindI jiwrt 1 U U It IX ilLilll naperlor adraauecs flvea. ffCC A WEEK In vour own town. Termsand JOO Woutattraa AJaraHMaUettAOa Jortlaod-lsa, IC ia tin perdarathome. SampleeworthSS 3 19 tetU rW adidivairTUaosv.asrtiid,Ma CVO A WrKK. l8aoa w7l tNastlteatai Iraa aui (lav at home easily mane. Lfclrt Trne AOs, Aoeuata. Ma, A.N.K. OUsw'd. KS Barxw tits Ni!. a Tsars Akowo mi! Cowawciiss us Ar achks. A neat Toioms or paKea, beine a simple statement of tha horrible facts connected with the sad massacre of a helpless family, and the captivity, tortures and ultimate escape of its two surviving members. For sale hy oar agents generally. Price 1 1.00. The incidents of the massacre, briefly narrated, are distributed by agents, ntm of charge. Jtr. Eastman, being almost constantly at the West, engsged in gathering and caring the materi als of which tbe medicine Is composed, the sola business management devolves npon Dr. Johnson, sad the remedy has been called, and Is known as Dr. Clark Johnson's INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER. Prioe of Largs Bottles $1.00 Price ef Small Bottles - 0 Bead the voluntary testimonials of persons who nave been cured by tbe nse of Dr. Clark Johnson i Indian Blood Syrup, tn your own vicinity. Testimonials cf Care. . A Vary Exoellemt Medicine. Cuvilakd, Cuyahoga Co., O. Dear Sir Being troubled with Pain In the Back and Kidneys, and scalding of the Urine,! commenced using the great IudieSW Biases Srrnp, which has given roe great relief. caa recommend it as a very valuable remedy. Mas. E. B. KGGKIlDlNtj-b.lt. Liver Conaplaiwt. Kobwili, Huron Co., CI, Dear Sir -Being troubled with Liver Ccaa. plaint. I tried numerous remedies without re. fief. At last 1 was induced to try your Indian Blood Syrup, a short trial of which curea sne. 1 have also sect, iu beneficial results among my friends, and can, therefore, recom mend it. Mas. N. WHEELER. . . ' Disease) of tlie Xmags sad Iatwsrt Mansfield, Richland Co., O. . ' Van- Sir- I have used your excellent diaa Blood Syrup for Diseases of th Lungs and Liver, and have received such bene fit from it thst I would not be without tbe med icine for ten time, itscost. g Another Sufferer. "Mansfield, Richland Co., O. XVSrr Or.-- navinw " 1 juwr . mm w w mm Blesod Syrup with very beneficial reaulta, I caa recommend it to be a first-class remedy. A. MORROW. erstiMf trttinso rs drjiarrrsatacs. oWao awat aeiss SAe stasi-tfa alsesil taSSeejaeuaea. That feaUna nf lisailns ilnaa lainlns Tashs,wiarht and barliBche, Is alw.js permaneatly carvd byttsnae, IS will as all stmee and wader all ell r nnvSanrse act ta aanaoojr with the lawa that (ovwm she female ayaSa a. rorsbeewraot Kklnay CompsaloSa OC either aa tUa Oeanponnd la maavaTpasatd. lydia k. rnutn tcsetabue com. POUNDIe prepared at S3S and S3S Wistuia Aveaoa, Ina,Maaa, Price!. Biz botUaatorSa. Banthvaaali to the form ef pills, also (a the tons ef tueenftia, oa rseelpt ot prioa, (i per bos forettber. Mrs. Plnkbav freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bead for ri-rr let. Addrsss as above. .Strut Km last rapav-. Koramlly should ba without LTDLa. K. PlrTEHAaTS UVER Prtxa. Ihey core coosclpaUoa, alMniiansaa aad torpidity at tha over, tsoaatapar boa, SOIJPBT 8TB0HO. COBB CO. ClaTsland. Ohio. 1 ' I ah XI swDsv T C'WawwTOMDtlwms AttlSIKl ilrvstchiU-H Catsvrr-i, syt IUM SssrmJjpi-u flUtafl mil C ". If Msaas i1 SS i I d'SSsai mmi as, ACTS D1R ECTLV ui Oi.fr mtjcct aodorsa cantraa, HAS TeVVkCTSO ItKMeTRKABLK CURES, STiracmiM wioa auvuwaa. i . c skE-wss siCLcrra ssw ki SchmoSX VaT. MonTwm. D. Xelley, have been lnrpvay benefltod, and to whom we reter syasraiiaiii " 1 Ky . ..t? . .. M,f .a r,t hivSi Jhl haractee tuaiu ab talped by thia new rreatmeot eeeo, iMrenje miracles than essracsnawaa -- tlZtm i t ii ."til iwit MHmamm Ti.il wf ar Osausarsa. HE OXYCEN HOME TREATMENT containa two snoataa inppiw. lnlialina- anparatua and run nrecona lor nse. 'teatimony to lta curative power from many persons pi .hhrhj ct and mtellSrance." t-tAarovi otuemsr. "The enrea which haval alned bv thia new treatment seen, more Uke miracles than Caere of arsiT str P sr r a Treatise on Compound Oxyiren, rivrna" ths historv oa this BSW S -ai aTaitre record of most rnrnartahla enrea. write lor It. Adarass. ritaeover-r IDHINISTERED BY INHALATION. Dra. STARKEV PALEN. IIOB and Itll Olrard 8tw PhllsKlslDhlaV. I on her Nankin blue Thb candle wick la op to snnC A roucBMAH In Hartford, Conn., who had arrested a citizen, could only nlead to tha Court In justification that he had made faces at him. Thb Rochester Ezprtu man has been ex- perl men ting, and gives notice that cTder haa bow attained that stage of fermentation when It can bo ronger be loosed noon with, safsty sa a Ysrj-""!" bj seven as-svamerai psMMsvwwssr'''warw. mJm2mlmjmmmMm2mmmMmmmmmmmmmmJmmmMmlmmM ljJSJJlwawl Htm athep Medicine will ears m Cowarh ao ajatelt sss Plao'a Care for Caaauasptlosu There la no other medicine tnas uwira au auou mm rw Cure for Consumption. It enoe-ld be k-eet always la the tease, because it Is a eertssla and eafe remedy for Crsaa, Aslhaa, Breaekltls, aaal Sore lsrssl. it wiu cure uiuainp tion: eassesaeatly tt will care alseae leaser eoaaplalata. which are ao often the forerunners of Cousump tion. Cot.aoairs, Ont,, July 14, 187t. Uv hrnlhp Uvea in the MLatea. He enufd not sneak aloud word. Two bot tles o' Piso's Cure for Consumption cured him. He advises me to use It for the same trouble. I enclose some. LOUla w. 1 .00 for SKY. CoLBOajra, Ont., Ang. K MTt. Your medloine cured me. 1 want an other halx-dosen bottles. LUtlltt W. TUSflSl. rmranr O IJserti a faSA We have sold a area many bottles of Plao'a Cure for Consumption, ana have not heard one word of complaint. But all speak highly and la worda of praise about the stood It baa accompiisneo. use aw ""HUJK8 80S. Bold bv all Drugslsta. at So. and H.M aernoTtie. K. X. saaaeltlao, vTarvaa, I Forth Care of OonKh-s OokI Hosrservwa. AstBraa, Branehltla, Croup, fuduensa, Whoojips Ooogsylaata. kai OvnamsUaa, aVa. fries eel S easts a awssU), 11 aTaSSslSBauuuua aSSSsuaaSBarA U3 For Asthma. Maicsfibld, Richland Co., O. . Dtar Str .-w 4 was troubled for a long time with Asthma and Lung Disease, and after tak ing your valuable Indian Blood Syrap I was greatly relieved. . HENRY BEAM. All that H is Recommended to Be. Dear Sir: I have used your reliable Indian, Blood Syrup and found it to be just as rec ommended. It cured me of Lung Attecuons. HENRY WEATHSRBY. Dropsy Cnred. Tt, x wii.i.a:- Richland Co.. O. Dear Sir: About five years ago I suffered from Dropsy, and a deeply-settled Consumptive Coueh, accompanied with Sack Headache. Your Indian Blood Syrup cured me, and saved sne scores of dollars. v Mas. MARTHA REUX : 8sna Caro for Istwanr Coaaplaiut. '. BiLLxmu, Richland Co., O. Dear Sir." -This is to certify that I have used your Indian Blood Syrup forDerange aient of the Liver and Blood, and it effectually aurcd me. Mas. 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