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WashhiKton, P C. December 2, 1STI
m.n llflftlipiiftilne A llentlevi
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rauir'a Kliciimullc Iteroeily with decided tienellt
A. II. STCI'IIKNH.
Member of Congress of Ua
Waalilngton. I). ('., Aurll 23, 1S75.
llalnliiialliie Al llenllev:
HI.III I'M M-.."- - . (
f ti.ni..itMmi viift mv U'lfe nM
hrcn a L'lTatsutler from rlieuniatUin, her doctor
ralllnirto pive her relief. sheued three bolttea
DuraiiB'a Uheiimntlc lleinwly . ami ajMrmantnt
cure was the retllt. WM. H. tBOOh,
' 'Kxecutlve Clerk to President UraM.
, Waablngton, 1. C, HarthS, IWi.
In the space of tweiva hours my rheumatism
was (,'one, havhiK taken tiinedose ofDuiang's
ithi'iimutioJlemcdy, Mv brother J. H. Cessna,
nflletllord, l'u , waHciireilbv a similar amount.
Member of Congress of Pa.
Price one dollar a ttottlv, or six bottles' for live
dollar. Ask our dmgglit for IJinung's Ulieu
luatlc Kemedy miniitactnird liy
I'ruggisu unci Chemists,
Vakhinirtnn. I). I!
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Chicago, by Van Kcliaack.
Sleieunou i. Held.
OOet, SvOlatin. BMlWtir, Ceraiar Twalftla. satraat emdl 'Vrm.ttlaXia.etoo. Avnu.
'Sum time." we say, and turn our eye
Toward the far hills otTnindli'!
Some ilav, some time, a sweet, new reM
(hall blossom, flower-like, In each brewd.
Home lime, aomeiUiy, otire)tihall
'1 h kept In memory.
Someday their hands shall rlaspuur handr,
.tint filer In the morning laud.
Sorni' ilny our km (hall hear the song
or triumph oerln and wrong.
"omeUine, foini lime, lint alii not Jet,
Still vtn will ualt an hiot target,
'I hat "aoine time" all tli''e things shall it
And lest I given to you and mo.
So let u wait, though yexiM move slow
That glad "Sometime ' will cumewo know.
A TOUGH STORY;
A Voitnir lrl Heroine n Mitllirr aad
h While loc AllralN Her Imiik-
Muscatine (Iowa) 'I'd tune.)
Homo months ii''o n .Mtiscitinc yotni'r
lutly ucruilL'il the ltu:itlon us u teacher
in u school it fnw miles I'roin the city.
Hetiiriiin lioinu receutly ftlie was taken
sick mill a physician called. An exami
nation Ly mm ruvcaicii tiiuiuct tiialslic
wn about to become a mother. The ter
rible opinion fell like n thunderbolt upon
tin: parent, out it rnoic tne neari oi
the Kitl with I'rlel' and terror and amaw
nieiil wlilcli no latiuuu can describe.
hilie could not and would not believe Iter
pliyMciau. Her pale lips usserteu nml
re-a-ierted the most positive innocence
ol liny mid all circumstance leading to
Mich a result. Shu us i-olemnly nlllriiieil
her Ignorance of her condition until In
formed by the pliy.'lclan.
uu iniiiuritiL' into tier relations wnu
Hie family boarding Iier, it was ascer
tained that there were two grown up
sons, but there was no circumstance
sliowlut: the least Improper Intimacy be
tween either of them and the teacher, or
between her or any other party In the
neighborhood. Her deportment in the
district had been most scrupulously cor
rect. '1 hat Hie must have been driiir''cl wius
the only remaining explanation of the
To this solution examination was
directed, unit the girl .suited that on one
occa-iou one of the sous above mentioned
advised her to keep the door of Iter cham
ber locked at niL'tn. L n to mat time she
had not locked her door, but did sttbse-
(iiientlv. So other circumstance was
elicited to throw any lilit upon the mys
1 lie larinzr wuu wnom stic uoanieii
was f uminoned to the city, and lielnir in
formed of the catc, was ifreutiy astou-
ilied. and protessed the deepest sympa
thy, lie couiu not oeiievt tnat emier ol
Ids sous could be guilty of the crime;
nor did lie think them at all qualified
bv their knowledge of drugs for Its ac
complishment. It has since been learned
mat one oi tne sous nan spent some
mouths in a drug store, and we conclude
our story of tho crime uy mentioning
tiiia tne cnuu, inns oiriu, was uikcii ty
the farmer to hU lioum for udnptiou.
He come now to a na"H hi tne History
of the girl's experience which the super
stitious and believers ill omens will de
clare to be more Interesting and siguili
cant than what ha been written.
Alter the birth of the child the yotinir
mother solemnly rahed her hand and
called God to witness lluit she knew
nothing of its conception or fatherhood.
In spite ol these impressive asseverations
more or less suspicion still clouded the
girl's innocence, i'his suspicion was ol
ii nature that involved (iuestlon of medi
cal 'eienee. Hut last timidity a new witness
appeared in the cae. The circumstance
oi the testimony are reiaieu uy an eye
witness, a lady tiny years ol nge.no re
lation of the family, and esteemed as one
ol the resiH-eted members of society.
Sunday- afternoon, w hile a number were
in the sick room, n lilte dove appeared
at the window, and beat Ills bill against
the panes in a vain endeavor to enter.
Harred from admission at this point, the
bird disappeared and immediately sought
another entrance, wuieii it lounu at tne
back door of the dwelling, litre it en
tered and made its way directly to tho sick
room, when it Hew to tno tien, perciieu
for a moment on the loot-board, and then
made Its way to the prostrate head of the
poor patient, where it nestled In erfcet
security, and was only removed by hand.
How will the .voriu view nils singular in
cident? Is it a Judgment from Heaven
pronounced in lavor of the Innocence of
the girl? Vou may laugh at this idea,
but von inti't concede that the visitation
ol tlie while dove was unnatural Miprr-
itural. NeiUi r this bird nor any dove
had ever been domesticated at the house,
orjiad their cote in the neighborhood.
The VWt was no sequence oi anywuiig
irolnf before. It was a llali from dark-
lies, null to (lurkne-s u reiiiruen. iu
our understanding it is like n ravoilark
iitst i It has no light, and Is only mys
tery. The while dove, forages, lias iieen
symbolic of purity, it Is so treated in
tho tsacreu v oru. nan it nil meaning
for her,-who lias no witness for her luno-,
cetice, and whose situation was ns inucii
a mystery to herself as to her friends?
Mevru Vi tor u Uenr.
It was up Vaoo river. A country
man came on board I no steamer .va.oo
with a Dear, nml bantered the crew and
passengers to play ugatiieot "seven up
lor tho insect."
"'Put up tho value of the vnrtnint,"
said the stranger, "and may the best man
Everybody miido room for the beast as
he strode along the deck, sometimes on
all-lours, and sometimes erect on his hind
feet, with his arms stretched out us if he
was reaching for something.
"Here's your chance," said the stran
ger, "and the man that wins can treat."
llriiln looked wise mid docile, us If he un
derstood what was up, and to have looked
at him us he sat down on his haunches,
and toyed with his chain, ono would haye
thought him a tit pet for an Infant.
"I'll go ten dollar against him,'' said
one oi tne crowa.
"You will!" said the owner.
"Well, Just ante up your X, and up
otmh the insect."
When the giuno wus finished the owner
rose up and said i "Well stranger the
oramo was falrlv won. aud tho bar's
yourii. 1 never had n stcauiboatman
beat tno playlu' seven-up before, but
you've done It, mid I givo up. Luck wus
ugiu mc, and when luck Is agin a man
tlicvo's no use kicking. Just fill this tick
ler and we'll call It square."
They went up stairs to the bar where
the Husk wus filled, mid when they re
turned to the deck the countryman took
hold of the chain and spoke gently to tho
lH-af. "Hero, hruln, you've got a new
imstcr, tun) you must ho friendly uml af
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1975.
fectionate with him and he'll treat you
kindly. You'll Uml hitn ua gentle us u
lamb, sir, aud as faithful as a dog. Good-
bye, air." ....
At ho handed over the chain the boat
shored out and the countryman Jumped
ashore. The winner of bruin was re- I
jolclug In his luck and advanced toward ,
lilm to make Ida acquaintance and enter ,
upon terms of friendship. .
llrulu never budged until the new
master hud gotten near enough to lay
his hand on lilm. Then he rose up on
his hind led, stretched out his paw us If
to greet him, then slapped lilm with stirh
force us to nearly throw him overboard.
When the new master recovered him
self he felt mound and discovered that a
largo slli or that portion of his pants
which his coat tall covered, had been
ruthlessly torn away, and he realized that
It was more comfortable to stand up than
it was to sit down.
The boat was under way, aud so was
the bear, and when dipt. Tom Smith
came down to see what nil the row was
about, hruln acted ns pcucu olllcer, and
Krcvailed upon him to return to the
oiler deck, while tho deck passenger
aud crew hunted for comfoi table places
on the cotton hales. Capt. Smith gpt
his dander up, and returned to the mam
deck with his shotgun, intent on mis
chief, but the new owner Interceded for
the bear and they finally setlletl It hy
the Captain trading his gun for the hear,
with n view to tenderloin steak and "later
At this point a colored roustcr whis
pered to Cnptaln Smith, "Dat'a a
black Republican bar. ou tec him
Saying this, the negro approached the
varmint. Hruln saw him coming aud
advanced to meet lilm. For au instant
every pulse stood still and the breathing
of the captain's heart was audible. The
passengers thought there would soon he
an opportunity to administer on the ef
fects of a deceased negro, but the darkey
looked so cool and confident that they
were partially reassured and felt the
mo't exciting Interest iu the result of
tho meeting. "How are you, old bar?"
said the darkey, extending his hand,
llising up on his hind feet the bear
stretched forth his paw, and. to the as
tonishment ol every spectator, laid it
fcntly on the negro's shoulder, seemed
oyfully to recognize lilm, and embraced
1 1 in tenderly.
"iJar!'' said a Democratic negro Just
returning from a incetinir ol one ot the
Ya.Do county clubs, "but dam black
Kepublicau bar got no use fur while
folks, but he je.s likcdein carpet-baggers,
he hug ebery nigger he cum acros. But
de carpet-baggers ain't gwlne to have
nullln to do will him, cause if liu ii got
de ri'dit kind o' nrliicinle he can't vote.
and dat's where de nlggcra jrot tic disad
vantage of hhn." This hanii-ncd a lew
days before the election, and Capt. Tom
fearinz that bruin's black licpuhlicati
propensities might gain lilm the right to
vote, had hlni securely chained, and
when we last saw him he had been con
signed to the tender mercies ol the
A Willlt Nupiilit-tl.
tt'rom the Sew York Tribune J
The American mind is active. It lias
given us books of tlelion for the senti
mentalist, learned books lor the scholar
and nrolessloiial slmli'iit. but few LrmL
for the people. A book fuf'fhe ptunte must
relate to a sutyeci oi universal interest.
Such a subject Is the physical man, and
sitch a book Tt'. I'copU s Common Seine
Mfdical .UlcUei', a copy ot which lias
been recently laid on our table. The
high protcs-ional attainments ot its
author Dr. 11. V. I'ieree, of llttllalo, X.
1".. and the advantages derived by him
from an exten-lvc practice, would alone
Insure tor ids work a cordial reception.
Hut these aro not the merits for which it
claims our attention. The Author Is a
man of the people. He sympathizes with
them iu all their utlllctlons cll'orts, and
attainments. He perceives their want
a knowledge of themiehefiunX believing
that all liuth should be made as univer
sal asliod'u own sunlight, from his fund
of learning and experience he Jias pro
duced a work in which lie gives them the
benefits of his labors. Iu It he considers
man In every phase of his existence, from
the moment he emerges "from a rayle's
atom, loo diminutive fur the sl"ht, until
he gradually evolves to the maturity of
most) iwisc'ous I'uwcrs, me exercise o.
which furnishes subjective cvl
deneu of our Immortality." Pro
ceeding upon the theory that every fact
ot mum lias u puyoeai antccciicnr, no uas
given an iiumiraoie ueatisc on cereorai
Physiology, and shown the bearings of
tho facts thus established upon individ
ual and social welfare. Tho Author he
lives witli Spencer, that "as vigorous
health and its accompanying high spirits
are larger elements ot happiness than any
other things whatever, the teaching how
to maintain them us a teaching that
yields to no other whatever," and accord
ingly ha introduced nn extensive discis
sion of the methods by which we may
preserve the integrity of tho system and
ofllines prevent the onset ol dlseao.
Domestic Keincdies their prepara
tion, Uses, and effects from a prominent
feature of the work. The hygienic treat
ment, or nursing of the sick, Is an Im
portant subject, and receives attention
commensurate with its Importance.
Xearlv till dIsenses"to which lion is heir"
aro described, their symptoms and causes
explained, and proper domestic treat
ment suggested. To reciprocate the
many favors bestowed upon lilm by u
generous puiilic. utc autnor oners ms
IIOOK Ul II priCU lpi.m; mm; v.. raiuj.
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