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Messrs Ilvlplieustlne A Bentleyt
f.'pnts! 1 vitv clieei'lullv state that I lined T)u
ram;' ltlieumullc Itemedy with ilrclilnl benefit.
A. II. STU'lIENH.
Member of Congrvaii of tin,
Wanblngton, l. 0.. Apill S3, 1S75.
rri I1.1tihinftlliie A lli'iitlev:
r.rnid! iw the last koven vrnre mv wife his
bei-ii u BienthUlTer Irom rheumatism, lierdoctor
fulllusto irive tier relief, eheused three bottles
llnrautf'ii Kheiunatlc lieinedy, and apermanent
cure mis the resut. Wll, M. CBOOK,
"uxecutlvo uicik lo i-rcsiaenv urani.
Wnxlilnvlnn. I). f!.. March 3. 1875.
In tliesiiaounf tiviivu hours mv iheumatlim
was cone, ImvW tuken thrredotei ofDurang's
juieiiiiinne in'rucav. MV Prolllir. J. II. l-essua,
in ihiiiuiu, i-u,, wmciiml dv aiimuai umouni
JOHN Ci.nb A,
Member of Congress of l'a.
I'vice ony ilollar u bottle, or blx bottles for live
dollars. Ask your druggist for Uuraug'a llhcu
liuitlo Itemedy munuluuiurt-d hy
UKl.l'llKNSI INU ft m5NTI,r.V,
Urugglsu und Chemlats,
, Wushtnt-tDii, U. C.
IIEI-For sale in Uil'uu'o. by Van Ccliuarlc,
hlccunou A Keid, nud Lord t-iullli.V Co,,
OfLorn, asYuAlsnliXi 3BUAlrig. Csrai: CtJwolftlx. Stroot lad 'VT'oia'n.lnoxx ,A.-v:n.ie.
t evil ft i - .
"Some time," wn fay, and mm our eyes
Toward the far hills ol Paradise.
Someday, somp llmv, a fwct, new let
.liall Mosom, flowr-llke, lu each bri;l.
Some time, some day, onr eyes shall see
Th fucej kept In memory.
Mnmeilay Ihelr bands nhallrlospour bandy,
'ust oierln the mornliiK Iuii-Ih.
Sumo day our on s shall hr.tr the song
Of triumph over tin uud wrong.
"ome lime, soma tlm-. but ah! not Jt,
Still vm will wait an I not forget,
That ' 'some time" oil these things shall be
And real bu given to you and me.
Ho let in wait, though years r
That glad "Sirnetliiie'' will
come we know.
A TOUGH STORY.
A Yotinir Olrl Heroines n Motlicr nnil
it Uli Don; A licit Jli-r Iiiiid
rriiro, Muscatine (lowu) Tribune
Homo nioiitlis nuo a .Miiscutliiu yonnir
lady uccc-jilcd the eilihilloii as a teacher
in it bchool a lew miles from tbu city.
ICcturuiiiL' home, recently she was taken
tick anil u physician called. An exami
nation ny nun revcaieu me met mat sue
was about to become a mother. The ter
rible opinion full like a thunderbolt upon
the p.ticiit.-, mil it smote tiiu ncartot
llie irl Willi a rlvf ami terror and amaze
ment which no lani'iiae can ileeribu.
Sho could not ami would not believe her
pliy.slclan. Her pale lips asserted ami
re-a(.crtcd the niott positive Innocence
ot any ami nil circumstances leading to
i-ueli a result. .She as solemnly utllrmed
her iL'nonuiee ol her condition until In
formed by the physician.
uu lmituniiir inio nor relations Willi
the family boarding her, it was n'.cer
Utiiieil that there were two j;rowii up
sons, but there was no circumstance
fchowlng the lea.t Improper intimacy be
tween eittier ol ineiii ana the teacber, or
between her or any other party lu the
neighborhood. Her iletiortmeiit in the
district had been mut scrupulously cor
That she must have been ilnnrifcd was
the only remaining explanation of the
cas:. I o tills kolution examination was
directed, and the girl suited that on one
occasion one of the ons above mtiilloned
ad vKcd her to keep tho door of her cham
ber locked at mgiit. Lip to tiiat tune sbe
had not locked her door, hut did subse
quently. No other circumstance was
elicited to throw any light upon the mys
Tliciariiur witii wiiom the boarded
was stimmo.'ied lo the city, ami bciutr In
formed of the case, was greatly aston
ished, and protested the deepest sympa
thy. Ho could not believe that either of
his f-ons could be guilty of the crime:
nor did he think ilicm at all qualified
bv their knowledge of drug for its ac
complishment, it has sluce been learned
tnai one 01 uiu sons nau .-pent some
inoiilhs lu a drug store, uud wu conclude
our story of the crime by mentioning
mat tnu cuiiii, at-ns inrin, was taKcn uy
the taimer to ids lioiuu lor adoption.
Wu come now to a naire lu the historv
of the girl's e.xnerU'iieo which the super
stitious and believers lu omens will de
clare to be tnoro lulerestinir and si''nitl-
catit than what has been writteti.
After the birth of the child the rount:
mother solemnly raised her hand and
called God to witness that she knew
nothing ot Its conception or latherhood.
In spite ol these linprexdve asseveration
more or less suspicion still clouded the
girl's innocence. ThU suspicion was of
uitiirc mat involved questions ol medi
cal science, ltut hist Sunday a new witness
appeared lu the ease. The circiim-tance
oi llie ietimonv are related uv an eye
witness, a lady ilfty years ot aire, no re
lation of the litmily, ami esteemed as one
ol the respected members ol society.
Sunday afternoon, while a number were
In the sick room, a white dove appeared
at the window, nud heat his hill against
the panes in a vain endeavor lo enter,
llarred from admission at this point, the
bird disappeared and immediately sought
another entrance, which It found at the
back door of tlic dwellli)''. Here It en
tered and made Its way directly f o the sick
room, when It Hew to tho bed, perched
lor a moment on tiiu loot-board, and tiiru
made its way to tho prostrato head of tho
noor patient, where It nestled in perfect
M-ciirlty, and was only removed by hand.
now win me worm view uus singular in
cident? Is it a judgment from Heaven
pronounced in lavor of the innocence of
tha girl? You may laugh at this idea,
but von must concede that the visitation
ot Iho white dove was 1m1U4tur.1l suiicr-
natural. elthrx this bird nor any dove
had ever been domesticated at tho liousc,
or had their cote In the urighberhood.
The visit was no sequence of anything
going before. It was a Hash from dark
ness, anil to darkness it returned. To
our 11nderstandl11g.lt Is like a rav of dark
ness; It has 110 light, and Is only mys
tery. The white dove, forages, has been
symbollo of purity. It Is so treated in
the Sacred Word. Had It till meaning
for her, who has no witness for her I11110
eeiice, and whose situation was as much
a mystery to herself as to her friends?
Seven Ui for u Itenr.
It was up Yazoo river. A country -man
came on hoard tho steamer Yazoo
with a bear, and bantered the crew and
passengers to play a game ot "seven up
lor thu Insect."
"l'ut up thu valuo of Iho varmint,"
said tho stranger, "and may the best man
Everybody made room lor tho beast as
he strode along the deck, sometimes on
all-fours, and sometimes erect 011 his hind
feet, with his arms stretched out as If ho
was reaching for something.
"Hero's your chance," said tho stran
ger, "and thu mail that wins can treat."
Bruin looked wise uud docile, as if hu un
derstood what was up, and lo have looked
at him as he sat down 011 his haunches,
and toyed with his chain, one would have
thought htm a Ut pet for an infant.
"I'll go ten dollars against him," sulci
one of the crowd,
"You will 1" said the owner.
"Well, Just ante up your X, and up
f'oes the insect."
When the game was finished tho owner
rose up and said : "Well stranger the
game was lalrly won, anil uiu Par's
yourn. 1 never had a stcamboatinan
beat mo nlayln' seven-tip before, but
you've done it, und I givo up, Luck was
agin me, anil when luck Is agin a man
there's no use kicking. Just till this tick
ler and we'll call It square."
They went up stairs to tho bar where
the lla.sk was tilled, and when they re
turned to the deck the countryman took
hold of Iho chain nud spoke gently to the
bear. "Hero, brulu, you've got a now
master, ami you mot ho friendly anil at-
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875.
fcctionalc vvilh liltu uiul lic'U treat you
II Iltnl hint n (,'t-ntlu us a
as fiiitliliil us a uok. uowt-
As lifi hnndpil over tho chain tho boat
ihovcd out and tho countryman Jumped
ashore. Tim winner of brull) Was re
joicing In his luck and advanced toward
mm to inaliu nil acquainianw; iuiu eub:r (
upon terms of friendship.
Uruln never budged until the now t
master had gotten near enough to lay
his hand on him. Theit In roe up on ;
his hind feet, stretched out his paw as If
to ireet him. Ihen slapped him wlih such '
force as to nearly throw him overboard.
When tho new 'mister recovered him
self lie leltatound and discovered that a
lnrgu slice of that portion of his pants
which his coal tall covered, had been
1 uthlessly torn away, and he realled that
It was more comfortable to stand up than
it was to sit down.
The boat was under way, and so was
Hie bear, and when Capt. Tom Smith
came down to scu what all the row was
about, brulu acted as peace ofllecr, and
prevailed upon him to return to the
boiler deck, while thu deck passengers
and crew hunted for comfortable places
on the cotton bales. Capr. Smith got
his dander up, and returned to the main
deck with his shotgun, intent on mis
chief, but the new owner Interceded for
the bear and they llnally settled it by
the Captain trading his gun for the bear,
with a view to tenderloin steak and "Utter
At this point a colored rousler whis
pered to Captain .Smith, "Dat's a
black Republican bar. You see him
Saying this, the ncgio approached the
varmint. Hrulnsaw him ceuiiug and
advanced to meet lilin. For an instant
every pulse stood still and the breathing
of llie captain's heart was audible. The
passengers thought thcie would soon bo
an opportunity to administer on the ef
fects of a deceased negro, but the darkey
looked so coot and conlldent that they
were partially reassured and fell the
most exciting interest In the result of
the meeting. "How are you, old bar ?"
said the darkey, extending his hand.
Ulsitig up 011 his hind feet the bear
stretched fortli his p.iw, and. to the as
tonishment ot every spectator, laid It
gently 011 the negro'n shoulder, .seemed
joyfully to recognize him, and embraced
"Hart" said a Democratic negro just
returning from a meeting of one ol the
Yazoo county club. "Dat dam black
Itepubliean bar got 110 use fur white
folks, but he je. like dem carpet-baggers,
ho hug ebery nigger he cum across. Hut
de carpet-baggers ain't gwlne to have
mi 111 n to do wld Aun, caoe if he is got
de right kind o' principle he can't vote,
and dat's where de niggers got de dNad
vauuigo of him." This happ-ned a lew
days before the election, and Capt. Tom
fearing that bruin's black- Republican
propensities might gain him the right to
vote, had him securely chained, und
when wo last saw him he had been con
signed to the tender mercies oi the
A Want Niiiltictl.
Flora the Xcw Vork l.lbunc J
The American mind Is active. Jt has
given us books of fiction for the senti
mentalist, learned books for tho scholar
and Professional Student, but fern hook
for (he ptoplc. A book fur the ptonfc must
relate to 11 subject ol universal interest.
Such a subject is the physical man, and
such a book The I'eopte's Common Some
Medical AdoUer, a copy of which has
been recently laid 011 our table. The
high protcslonal attainments of Its
author Dr. II. V. I'ieree, of lluflalo, X.
Y., and the advantages derived by him
from an extensive practice, would alone
Insure lor his work a cordial reception.
Hut these are not the merits for which it
claims our attention. The Author is a
man of the people. Ho sympathizes with
tliem in nil their alllielion-, ellbrts, ami
attainments. He perceives their want
u knowledge of themselves uiul bcllcvlm.'
that all until should he made as univer
sal as (toil's own sunlight, from his fund
of learning ami experience he hns pro
duced a work in which he gives them the
benefits of his labors. In It he considers
man In every phase of hK existence, from
the moment he emerges "from a raylcs
atom, too diminutive tor the eight, 'until
he gradually evolves to the maturity of
tho-e ( -vicious l,r-r, the exercise of
which liiriilshcs subjective evi
dence ot our Immortality." Pro
ceeding upon the theory thai evcrv fact
of mind has a ihy,ical antecedent, he lias
given an admirable treatise on Cerebral
riiysiology, and shown the bearings of
thu farts thus established upon Individ
ual and social welfare. The Author be
llves with Spencer, that "as vigorous
health and Its accompanying high spirits
are larger elements ol happiness than any
other things whatever, the teaching how
to maintain them as n teaching that
vields to no other wlialiver," and accord
ingly has Introduced an extensive discus
sion of the methods by which we may
preserve the integrity of the system and
oftimes prevent tho onet of disease.
Domestic Remedies their prepara
tion, uses, and effects from u prominent
n ature of the work. The hygienic treat
ment, or nursing of the sick, is 1111 im
portant subject, ami receives attention
commensurate with Its importance.
Nearly all diseases" which llesh Is heir"
are described, their symptoms and causes
explained, nnd proper domestic treat
ment suggested. To reciprocate the
many favors bestowed upon dim by a
generous public, tho author oilers his
hook at a price ($1.."0) littlo exceeding
tho cost ot publication. Our readers can
obtain this practical and valuable work
by addressing the author.
JAMES K. I.ANl;.
r, M. WAI1U.
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m. . nowLiy,
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