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It , i i mil, w bo it.-. 1. 1. . I 111 a wood. And nil Sal '"" MM a!l MgM, too, Bssyaatea, " 1 sb M4 ! I live away from MH 'tie, Kmw Intui) .ni'l "in ; So stimulating rood or fna Ui iumIh hi growing late. M H ,,,,iv pleasure ar' SB aSaf rii. rattUag "i mj boM, ; i,,- I .t i native ti ar, Or Hsrttlwlaif Mi)' 'an. ' Ui'iirc! froaa wanted fMly ii i 11. 1 my tailing breath ; Xu satlafaotiou of my Ufa In thiukiug i my death. Ha wi.-kfil rMSM Miva.l. iIim Beani, T taint tne with their hiii ; Tin thus ilnt I have grown -o good, go . n'i .ii!.' aad tutu.' Due QBf BMM b a stalwart Knight, Who lightly i-apt lo ground, rii. mi iiii-w u bora null ail iu. might, l'hat waLid tin' SeBOSS roiiud. Battel my testy aafaaM, ho ! it m'rf ut home," ha cried, I'ro.Hed you - -ccly sett to hii.iw lint leave y.uir groaua inaule. ' IV' i u. i tin- iraatw seed in aith That so long MMtirKi'tl Hi'' land ; And imw, to aaaad my aaddws girth. I need your batping henS, Tli while I r 11 : fat aM the day lie H lit I ' t . m.ii'r to .It) Au aajM ami all Mas to iay, a taim'K kaight oc two. ' So mend my girth snd tend hit ateed ; riii'ii !H WltllOIlt SUr('ttBl T Kaevea tor koigata who aafl ami bleed Thai ion muy live m peace." Tin" tt riy aara M restate, eeod, Atidfaablj about bis bead Withla ri feabsy-aoogdng hood Then, feebly mrnghing. said : 4,4 Rem ved from Hiuful ways ol men, I gvali in tiiix Umm woo l, No worldly tiling 1 ilo or knn 'Tih thiia tn.it I'm ho good.'' J'be Knight sprang ii witii SasblBf gyes Au.i thunder oa bla brow, A moment auuitared wy surprlae, Ah iiy mi aaseaB Mow. ' 8.) Koodv" in oried "beaeana yon gross Ami manhood's gnttaa shirk 7 Ho aood ! baeoane yon pla) tha drone Walla otln-rrt wilcli ami work? " rxr fool! tliut think to merit Heaven iiy thwarting Heaven bahaatl pool el. ill I that aOOVBI the earthly It avetl Hih Maker inude an bapl '. The gfOTllag w aaa that Htir the noil, The naji-diy ieaveMthat fall, Go Uironb taalr ire-uiii.imtod toil, Nor H. aveu'K graat ends foraatall M And every worm and leaf that dii1 1?. worthier far Of lleav'u Than any liernut ihat relien Oli goiilineHH seW-Kiven ! 41 IV aa gaaaaaaa rather langht thaa waa . Prays Baavaa for tangta of iiayn, ITorkn sturdily hetore ll Hie4!., En jo.VH an well a jirays ! ' lint eiuiiiHel'H lont on you, I nee t ratlag awaalwai "", A a - 'y hermit Ban bol aa At bent a neely unit) !" He tied Ma broken aaaVWa taniil, Tll-n xiiriiiix iipoii Inn Hteed, And i .nil' otf to ttie otfre'H land, To flgbt, parbapa to bleed. Tint bfriall aaallar grow ea.'h day , At laxt .lint in aai woad ; Ami il' Hi true that iohmjih nay, A aaagpaa erieil, .".) good I" Tiim''y'it Jfagawtiaft WHY 1 EXCHANGED. BOOM five years ago I was a subaltern in i marching regiment and quartered in g large garrison town in England. My duties consisted f the usual round of morning and afternoon parades, vis iting the men's dinners and teas, and other regular work. Jn addition to this we had oeoaaioaaUy to mount guard and to pass twenty-four hours in a sort of half imprisonment, It is one of the regulati ineof the serv ice that when officers or men are on guard they should always be in a st.ite fof readiness to " fall in " on parade at a rtr iinent a notice, if you feel very sb-f'y SUd desire rest you must take it whin you arc buttoned up to the throat and tirapped down el the heels. A lounge in an arm-chair, or proba blr a little horizontal refreshment QJDIl a sof t, is the extent of rest which aMl othe r on guard It supposed to in dulge in. Among my brother sub.utorns in gar rison it was our auauai pmcuce to in fringe upon the strict letter of the law, god when the principal part of our duty had been accomplished, we used to in dulge onrseives by divesting our limbs oi their armor and seeking retrench' amt between the sheets of a little camp hod that was placed iu the inner guard room. It was part of the duties of an officer OH guard to visit all the sentries during the night, the time 'for vis iting them taping usually an hour or so after the flaad frfftrtT had visited the guard ; the field-officer being Colonel or Major who was on duty for the day, and who came once by day and once by night to see the guards and to see that all was as it should be. There was no exact limit to the number of times that the field offi cer might visit the guards ; but it was Um usual thing, and hud become almost a custom, for him to come once by day and once by night, so that after the last visit the subaltern usual iy Waited an hour or so, walked round the limits of tils post, visited all his gentries, and then turned into bed. Jt was a bitter cold morning in dami ary that my turn for guard came on. I asrehed my men to the post, relieved the old gua.d, and then, haying gone through the regular duty and duo i. endeavored to nass the time until the lield-oflicor had Haatcd BOO. The pre vious vening I had been at a bull in town, and in onsruue nee was very tiri'il and sleeOV. and looked with eunsidstable longing to the period when I Could refresh myself by unrobing and enjoying a good snooze. At length J heard the welcome chal lenge, " Who cornea there ? " which was answered by the response, " Grand rounds," BBd "Guard, turn out !" was a signal which 1 willingly obeyed, for I knew that in an hour afterward f should be In the arms of the god of aleep. Slipping on my cloak and cap and grasping mv sword, I placed mvself m 1 received! he field- trout of the araard am Olatoar, who briefly asked me if every thing Waa Correct, directed me to dis misH mv guard, and rode ofT without aayinr? " flood-night," a proceeding that I thought very formal. Gtfhag dirertions to the Sergeant to call me in an hour, ror the purpose of yihitmg the eentriea, I threw myself into my arm -chair and tried to read a novt 1. The time peso d ery piickly, M I had ft nap Of tWO, ami the S i geant m a appt iured rw i lantern to eonduct. me rounn the mmtries. It was a Isjriibk night, the wind blowing hard, whilut Haa mhow and sl N t wTt diiying along In fornit. TbttatafT int)mt'tt'r was m-v'ial ili'grct'H l'lov hr linf , Mad 1 1 1 aht I dMi rrd uxm-h nam my country for performing so OOQaoientkMatlj my artluous dutirs. The M'lltlU'H Weie Vrl V IUIlim Hl'tttttTtui, and I hud to walk two union to mm. thoin all. I iu'Mniilislifd my t.isk, however, and returned to the fOaUrd lOOflO, where I treated myself to u still' Uhh ol gtg, 4'd throwing oft' my rrg-itn.-ntalH I jumped into hid, feeling that 1 rMlly deserved the luxury. In a few moments I wan fast aHleej), not v.'ii -ireaming of any of my fair partner! of the baUJ, hut sound asle.-ji. Suddenly I Invanii' OOXUMSiOUl of a gieut uoiaa, widen sonndel like a drum being beaten. At tirst I did not realize my position, and could not remember where I was, but at last it flashed across me that 1 wns on guard, and that something was the mattor. .Jumping out of bed, J called to know who was their. The Bergeant answered in a great hur ry, saying : "Sir, the lield-ollicer of the day is coming, and the guard is turning out. " I rushed for my boots, pulled thorn on over my unstockinged feet : thrust mv sword-arm into mv large ngime&tal eloak, w Inch 1 pulled over T 111 1 1 pulled over me : jammed i n my torage-eap on my heau, and grasping my sword, looked to the out ward obserrer as though " fit for pa rade. " I was just in time to receive the field officer, who again asked me if my guard was eOReet I answered, rather in a tone of surprise, and .said : " Yes, sir ; all correct." I could not imagine why my guard should be visited twice, as such a pro ceeding was unusual, and perhaps my tone seemed to imply that 1 was sur prised. Whether it was that, or wheth er a treacherous gust of wind removed the folds of my cloak and exhibited the Blighted taste in life of the end of the night-shirt, I know not ; but the field officer when ho had received my answer; turned his horse's head in the opposite direction, and said "Now, sir, I want you to accompany me around the sentries. " Had he told nie th it he wanted me to accompany him to th' region below I should scarce have been more horror struck ; for already I had found the change of temperature between a warm bed and a warm room, and the outside air and to walk two miles on a windy, frosty night, with no raiment besides boots, night shirt, and cloak, was really suffering for one's country and no mis take. . I dared not show the ftughteal In aitation, however, for fear the state of my attire might be guapeoted, though 1 would have given a week's pay to have seapeil for only live minutes. A non commissioned officer was ready with a l int - rn, and Wt started on oir tour of Inspection, The field-officer asked several ques tion! connected with the position and duties of the sentries, to which I gave answers as well as the chattering of my teeth would permit nie. The moat nerv ous work, however, waa passing the gsa lamps, which were plaoed at intervals of one or two hundred yards. Tin4 wind was blowing so fresh that it w;is with difficulty 1 could hold my cloak around me. Every now and then an extra gust of wind would come around a corner, and quite defeat all the precaut ions which I had adopted to encounter the heavy gale. 1 managedto dodge in the shade as much a possible, and more than once ran the risk of being kicked by the fteld-offioer'l horse, as I slunk behind him when the gas might reveal too much. It was terribly c Id, to be sure, the wind and snow almost numbing mv limbs. 1 had a kind of faint hope that the fteld-offioer might think that I be longed to ft Highland regiment, and if he did observe the scantiness of my at tire, might believe that the kilt would explain it. I struggled and shivered on, knowing that all things must have an end, and that my "rounds" must come to an end before long. But I feared that 1 could not again get warm during , - - , , the night. We had nearly Completed our tour, and were within a hundred yards of the guard-room, when we passed the field- officer's (inarters. 1 fondlv hoped that he would not puss them, and that he would dismiss mo at the door, but I was rather surprised to see a blaze of light come from the windows, and to hear the sound of music. It was evi dent that there was a "hop" going on inside, and I already began to tremble from a sort of instinct that even worse misfortune wan yet to attend me. My premonitions were true, for upon reaching his door my persecutor, in a cheerful tone, said : " Well, we've had a cold tour ; you must come in and take a glass of w ine, and perhaps, a waltz will warm you." " I'm really much obliged," I hastily answered, " but I should not like to leave niy guard. " Nonsense, guard will bo come in." This " must " termined tone. nonsense, all right ; man the you must he said iu quite a de- I felt desperate, and again declared that 1 thought I should be wrong to leave my guard. " i ll sake tbt4 responsibiiitY, said ( tlcmon ; "ho come along," saying tli which ho grasped my arm, ami almost tl ragged uio into the porch of his quarters, When we entered the house and were exposed to the light of the hall lumps, I iancied L naw a slight twinkle in the eye of the ofheer, and I begun to won der whether he really knew of my pre dicament, and wished to have his juke. He gave uo other intimation, however, that I saw, but quickly took off his cloak and said that I had better do the Seeing me Hesitate, lie Haul, ; "Omie, off with it.' r un her remonstrance i lotimi wouiu be uhcIi ss, so that there was no help for nie but a lull confession. Summoning gtj courage, and leafing to hesitate, 1 blurted out, M Colonel, I've no trousers oil." Tho deuc 4 you haven't !" he aid, " Well, vi n il better go and put them on. and then come lu re here hh soon an possi hie and have a glass of something time when Hcssrs, Moody and Sankey aann.M were it work iu that cit, and her offer- I rushed out of the quarters, half do- ( ing shows the Baton of the estimate termined not t return. 1 was fully l she had informed from personal ob awako now, and shivered like a halt- 1 servatiou of their labors. drowned dog ; but no sooner had I dr ssed myself than the Colonel camo over to say that a quadrille, was waiting for ino. I determined to put a bold f.ice on the matter, and entered the drawing room, where a party of about fifty had assembled. It was evident, by the tit t MM of the young ladies, the grim of the men, Nad the subdued smiles of the dowagers, that niy story was known. The ( lolOlM lhad told it as a good joke to the Major, who had whispered it to his wife; she had breathed it into the ear of two of her friends, and in about t n minutes every person in the room knew a young subaltern had very un willingly gone his rounds in his night shirt. As long- as I stayed in that garrison I was A standing j"k'- When the girls saw me they always looked away and smiled, and ft seenied as impossible fox nie to obtain a serious answer froin one of them as for a aaOWB to preach a ser mon. They even m ciim d to be al l aid t dance with, me fearing, as 1 after w.ud heard, to look at my legs, lest 1 might be deficient in some article of raiment. I soon exchanged and went into .in other regiment ; and years alterward I heard my own adventure related in a crowded drawing-room, all of the details f n, i.... f, ..v...,.,t .,. V bUV DIUl J UtlUK UUU VAVl-Mt WW-. .... .... , i,,, ,,. ,,,;.,,.,, ,x i,.,r ill Uli; l.l inwuei ill niiniwi i ui.v jim.o. been attributed to another unfortunate fellow. UieftU Hints lor Hie Homo Circle. Onk who has tried it says that spirits of turpentine will extract ink from cotton, silk and woolen goods. Satu rate the spots with the turpentine, and let it remain several hours ; then rub it between the baud. It will crumble away, it is said, w it hout injuring t ithe the color or the texture of the article. Creosote is now used for warts. Dr. Bainey, of St. Thomas Hospital, Lon don, has written an article on the sub ject. He says that alter applying the oro sote fret ly to the wart, he covered it over with a piece of sticking-plaster, renewing the application every three days for two weeks, when the wai t dis appear! d entirely, leaving the part be neath perfectly healthy. AjrrxFiciAJj coral is made ss follows : To two drams of vermilion add one ounce of resin, and melt them together. Have ready the brunches or twigs pi eled and dried, and paint them over with this mixture while hot. The twigs being covered, hold H em over a gentle fire, turning them round till they are pii teeth smooth. White coral may also be made with white lead and black, with lampblack mixed with resin. A oood fly paper is made as follows ; Boil together equal parti by weight of glue ana molasses ; spread it ovor 00m moii brown paper, while hot, with a brush. PlaOS a sheet of the paper in e very room in your house. It will cap ture every fly in tin4 room within the day. The paper can be thrown in the lire and ft new one used when covered with the captured dies. A mktiioo employed in Germany to keep rosebudl fresh consists in JirM OOTering the end of the recently-cut stem with wax, and then placing each One in a closed paper cap or cone, so that the leaves do not touch the paper. The cap is then coated with glUO, to exclude air, dust and moisture, and, when dry, it is stood up iii a OOOl place. When wanted for use, the bud is taken out of the cap and placed in water, after cutting off the end, w hen the rose will bloom in a few boUTS. Bn sure that the water you use for domestic purposes is pure. Impure water is more injurious than impure air. Always let the water run a Little while in the morning before filling the kettle. Never drink water that has been kept iii a room for several hours, whether it be warm or not. Water has the faculty of condensing and thereby absorbing all the gases, which it does without increasing its own bulk. The colder the water is the greater its ca pacity to OOn tain these gases. At an ordinary temperature a pint of water w ill contain a pint of carbonic acid gas, and several pints of ammonia. '1 his capacity is nearly doubled by reducing tue temperature'to that of ice Toes. We arc accustomed to use our toes so very little, that for all the practical pur psses of life we might almost as well be without any. They are intended, in the first place, to give flexibility to the foot, and to help us in our walking : but tlit4; modern custom of cramping them up in tight shoes makes them al most as immovable as if they grew to gether. So the help they give us in walking is not so much after all. And as to putting them to any other use, we i never think of it. We abuse them dreadfully some times, and torture thrm and pinch them out of all likeness to their original shape, until they would m er be known for the pretty, perfect little baby toes that we like to cuddle and count, and go to market with, grown up. Who, for instance, would ever imagine that the second toe is intended to be longer than the first? And yet in a perfect foot it always is, though we are oblige d to go 10 statues and paintings to lind out. And who, putting a foot and a modern narrow-toed shoe side by side. would ever suspect they w re intended for each other? The tact is, our toes N our most abused members, and so WC don't get haif the good from them that, WC might. The Chinese and the Japanese, and the Dedoilill Arabs, it is .ml, from con tinued practice, use their toes nearly as well as their hands. They can pick up their tools with then, and even work with them while they do something with their hands. Arabs brsid ropei with their fingers and toes working to gether in concert. Mooisi. Mr. Moody has had the coinage in the midst of his Sottish re vival to decline all oilers of pecuniary assistance, and has lately quite sur ! prised pie where he is working by declining a thousand-pound check from the Baroness Burdett Ooutla, Bhe was in Ektinburgh during the whole of the General Notes. Two dollars per day and eighteen hours' work are given the Philadelphia street-car conductors. IIkknville, IVnn., boasts of four landlords weighing a total of Wi pounds; the heaviest .' iii 7 pounds. A ( hum an writer says that thieves are so scarce in this country that the authorities are often compelled to oiler a reward for them. Tin- best thing that ever green Mrs. Maluprop has said lately is that "she doesn't want to VOie because she Couldn't bear the shock of the eleetrical franchise." Contents of a rat's nest lately dis covered in Augusta, Me.: 1 silvrr spoons, 1 silver fork, 18 cotton stock ings, 1 peek of butternuts. A rat of the Upper Ten ! BVKBM was committed in an extraor dinary way bv a young man at Paris, Bear Lake Valley, Utah, lately. He deliberately drove a nail into his head, and died in a few hours after. An Iowa Judge has decided that it is more of I sin to steal a horse than to elope with another man's w ife, beOaUSS there are 8,000,000 women in the United States and only 8,000,000 horses. AYoi ntky lad, 11 years old, lately visited Dubuque, bringing with him the scalps of nine timber irolvei a mother and eight young ones all slain by his juvenile but potent hand. He received i US bounty from the county, and went In me rich and happy. The new boot in Paris is the Pom peiau. It is of black velvet, and very high, the legging in front all Venetian cut-work, embroidered with silver cord, and a pink r Pompeiian red silk stock ing is thus seen through the open clover or diamond shaped design. Da. liuows Sk..i ai:i has been meas uring the amount of nerve force in I frog, and findl that "a frog could lift a weight of twenty grammes to a point, which was about a line and a quarter, Or 600 Or 700 times in an hour and ft quarter." This is important. We didn't Suppose one frog in a hundred is aware that it can lift twenty grammes to a point and probably would not bo any happier if it was. Tin, value of printed books exported from England m the year 1878 was 912,534. The late Charles Knight computed that the whole people of En gland, 180 years ago (1741), did not ex pend more than ' 100,000 ft year m the purchase of books, newspapers and and publications of every kind an astounding comparison between now and then, ami indicating one of the main sources of the increased consump tion of paper, A oi'.vi i.r.MAN, named Stedman, writes to the Fairmont (Minn.) Chain, or dering his paper discontinued, giving as one reason that his wife says " it won't even clean lamp-chimneys. " To this, among other things, the editor answers, that the withdrawing subscrib er may be a man of inflnenoe, but is no gentleman, and has M no right to betray what his wife told him in confi dence, and we presume she will not thank him for it. " Tn Viceroy of Egypt is absolutely prosecuting his design of annexing Cen tral Africa to his dominions. Colonel Baker, the explorer, established Egyp- . tian supremacy at Khartoum, the capi tal of a large extent of country west of the great lakes which form the source I of the Nile, from this point the Egyp tians are now moving further on With a strong force, headed by OoL Gordon, who has been nominated Governor of the country by the Khedive. The Character of Delegate Cannon. Mrs. Eliza Young, the nineteenth , wife of Brigham, in letter to Washing-; ton. paid her respects to the Mormon delegate from Utah, as follows: "I hope I may . be pardoned foa digressing a iittle on this occasion and dwelling briefly upon the delegate from Utah. I ' I am told that Mr. Cannon asserts that the women of that place are impartially provided for. 1 know to the contrary. Vox instance, his own family, his sec ond wife while on sick bed having nothing in the house to eat but bread and molasses, begged him for slight delicacies. He told her he beln v, d be had ft couple of cans of cove oysters that somebody had given him, fso, he would let her have them. The sis- I Iter of the sick woman, in passing the dining-room door of his first wife, saw her table richly laden with all the deli cacies of the season, preparal ry to the enjoyment of a Obi istmns dinner. While this same man is here iu your midst dress, d in the finest broadcloth, and boarding at the most expensive hotel in the city, gg I am told, this wife and the third, who is my cousin, are living in i destitution and neglect. I would v ry much like to nlist the sympathies of my audience in behalf of Apostle Can lion, M his domestic relations are Mich that he cannot possibly be the happiest man in the world. His last Wife pOS st sses his young and tender affections, while the fiit rules him with a rod of iron, thereby preventing his enjoying Unalloyed happiness, which so santly a polygamist dee en i Tn (blVeien 'e m tne BvWfage amount of enrrency eironlation to eaefa person in the aai anil the West will be seen by the following comparative statt- rnenl Bboda Island NLS MassaclillsettH 40. S4 Connecticut :t:i.4K N Raglaad Ntates gi.es Southern State gf Western Slates 7 iiy Pscitle Stal. H ami Territories Ljg And our Eastern Mendl tell us that an average of 981.68 to each New Ed rlander, and an twinge of ST 00 to each Westerner is just the right thing. I ndonk Quickly. AnMnn the Bur mese, the manriage laxsl is very easily undone. If two persons nre tired of each other's soeiety, they lis solre partnership in the following sim ple and touching, but conclusive, man lier : They respectively light two can dles, and shutting up theil hut sit down and wait until they nre burned up. The one whose candle burns out lir-t g ts up rtt once and leaves the house i and forever) taking nothing but the clothes he or she may have on at the time ; all lea tin n bee urn s th" property of the "tlier pait.v . ViNKoAit Pittehh. The groat merit of ViNKOAU PrrTKK.s has made them the leading medicine of the day, and M speetaole druggists everywhere write j " Tin j an (in i ewef most popular r hi ration in tin marl; t." They have stood the test of public opinion and won confidence. They sell rapidly because they euie. I f you are sick TOM want n liabfe medicine. Vi.neoau Pri mus commend themselves to the ailing and afflicted, as they are deficient in one thing alone, viz.: the Mtimu'ait that unduly excites the brain, and o mates i morbid thirst for spirits ! There is no phase of Indigestion, BUiOUSttCSS, N'-rv-ous Disease or Physical Debility in which they will not effect ft cure. In valids who are wasting away from a want of proper action in she liver, atomach and bowels, will And them a OOntlitU tional pecttc, and a fountain of vitality and vigor as refreahing and exhilarating as a cool, gushing spring of watt r to tin4 pinched and fainting traveler In the desert. 11 Oxernns weighing three pounds, and ten niches long, havebeeii found near Tampa, Pla. lympss s or t utaiTh. DalL asavj haadaaha, obatraetioo of nasal ages, diaoharga failing Into throat, nom UBSS picf use. watery, a-riil, tkick and tona otous, mneous, purulent, ratio, ipuralant, bio uiv, putrid, offanalva, etc. fn others a dty- HOHH.diy. at i v. Baak OT inftSflSftd et3H, ring- login eat-H, iloafnertH, hawking andooaghingto wear the throat, ulcerations, scabs from ul mm, votes shscsd, nasal twang, offensive . h, impaired taaall and taste, iHsilnats, mental Aaprsusi m. tl tiding cough, sto. Only a few of the ahuve yrnpt:iuH aiv hkely to bo present in any cane at one time. No dineaHO l- mora ooaamon or laas undaratood bv physt oiana Tha proprietor of Dr. Bage's Catarrh i.omcdy will pay 5oo reward for aa Incurable esse. Ill tn WHAT IT WIUi DO. BBOOKVnXB, Pa., April 27, 1872. Dr. r. v. Pzaaoa: Sin Saving Brat applied to a number of boms phyaieians ami failed to get relief, I re solvsd to try your Remedy. Pour bottleahava completely cured mo of one or the worst cases of Catarrh of which I have any knowledge having suffered for laths with an scuts pin in tha head, and breathe, 1 only With the groat oit dihl lulty, I doom it dim you as well an suffering humanity that thin recognition he made of what Wo deem an invainn le h ciu0- Cuah Q. ANniiusoN Tin: Graftal Family Mi im ink. Dr. Wilhofta Ann-Periodic or Fever and Ague Ton ic! No cane of hi' urable Chillx ha yet present ed itc!f where thin scientitic and mifc medicine ha- been employed. No cane ban been found mo obstinate a- to resist it h prompt and mas terly action. No man ban been mo reduced by malarial million. -en hut with Its u-e ha 00BSS an perfectly reconstructed. No pilla or purga tive required with tin medicine. Wbsklocx, i'ini.ay A Co., proprietors. New Orleans. For Male by all imggitTW Tin: most stupendous enterprise on the Continent for the relief of human woo is the National BttTgioal Inntitute of Indianapo lis, bid. It linn a capital stock of 11.000, with over fifty surgeons, assistants and in strument msaere, Who are constantly em ployed in giving relief to thousands of suffer ers antuiallv. Thef treat as ipsflislttee. Brooked feet, legs, spines and all other human deformities ; also paralyris. chronic disoOSOS, piles, fistula and catarrh. Send for circular. Victims ol consumption seeking relief and restored health should use Dr. Wishart s Pine Tree Tar Cordial. This is tho only prep aration that develops the full yirtno of l'ar. Raeosn stockings anl protruding toes are not -een on feet where BILTEB TIPS are worn. Parents, remember this they last twice as long. Tan Noarn eaaraaa Honsa-NAiZ' Oo, 's ' Finished " Nail is the best in tho world. Oo to RrvKeaxDS Waier Onre, flamiit.on. Tl'. ((OUST A NT IBM PitO V M Kit T, At hoae, Stale or female, $90 a week warranted. No cap it. tl requi ml. Ku 11 particulars and a valua hie sam ple sio.t free. Al d ress. w i I h S fit. return stamp, A. n. rOTJSO, --i Kifih St.. Wtlltaiasaarsrh, N. Y. 40 HATS KILLED WtthesM sea ASAB1 dead SHOT. Prtee Heta.,aah soar Siorakee pt f .r tt. joun f. iiknhy CO., N. w v. ik. JOHNSOS, HOi.LOWAY a CO., Phlla, $10 a day." i obtain Permanent and Profitable . Aients can obtain Permanent and Profitable Employment for the sale of the best selling article known. Country rtghta, free and eac-lusive sale given. Address wales Branch 4 Co..Pitabarah,Pa. OPIUM MORPHINE HABIT speedily known a sure Remedy. Hied l.v pr. I '.ecu s oiny NO HAiu; B for treatment until cured. Call on or address DR. J. C. BECK, Cincinnati, O. MitiiiUitct urctl mill for unle n t 23 A. 25 E. Randolph St., Chicago. a THE GREAT ALTERATIVE AND BLOOD PUR1EIER It is rot a quack nostrum. The ingredients are published on each bottle of medicine. It is used and recommended by Physicians wherever it has been introduced. Jt will positively cure SCROFULA in -its various fifrui a, j:jif, i MA TISM, WHITE & XI I. j TNG. OOl 7, GOITRE. J! JiONCJI i TISt NEE (( . DEBILITY. INi IPIEN1 C ()JS's l 'MPTIOX, andaUdia-cns-s arising fi m rn invpnrs condition d the blood Bead for OUlT.OHADALlH Aemanac, in which yon will And ei rtitaoatei fit m reliable end trustworthy Physicians, Ministers of tlie Gospel ma! others. Dr. K. Wilron Carr. of Baltimore, ssys aeasa are H In raaea af BrrofeJe and ctLir daaaaias with lnmh sutiafac- ' Dr.T.C Ptlgh, ef rnltiniore, recom- rreiiiis it toad pefBotM aaaarng wits ' Blood, saying II Ih superior to ai i n paratioa ) i h r sax d, tiev. Dabney Hall, of tin- nait'mere Tl. i . Coafewica Bootb, saya ha has been so raw fa I ti fitti .1 1 y its aaa, thai ba chaerfalry rw onuni sda it to all hu friends and acqunlntsnci s. Craven ACo., HrvHmUtB, il Oerdoas. vllic, Va., sa u havtt bus failed to give eatisf.vt:' n. . 8am ' 1 0. Mcrndden, HnmecSuNu', Tram set '. cuivd bun of BJ matim ben all else failed. THE R0SADALI9 IN COXXI- CTION WITH PVT. aaaaaaWaaaBS I I BsW II saBei BHDS will mr Chills and F?Tf r, Mtt Complaint, Dy pepsla, ate. We gnarantee Rosadai.is superior to all other Blood Purifiers. Bend for Descriptive Plrasjlai or Almanac. Address Cl-EMUN'Tfl ft CO., 6 S. Commerce St., Ilaltimorr, HH. Bemembf r lo ask your Draaglst for Rosadalis. I B Wmm. 1 THE DYING BODY SUPPLIED WITH Tin: VIGOR OF LIFE THROUGH DR. RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT THE GREAT 13 1 o o d Pu rifier! ONE BOTTLE Will make the Blood run-, the Skin clear, the Eyea brtghlttfea Comilexiou MSMia '(1 transparent, the Hair strong, and remove all Bores, Pimples, BlOiehaa, Pustules, Totters, Canaors, etc., from the Head, Face, Nock, Mouth and Sklu. It is pleaa ant to tuku anil the dose Is small. It Rosolvos away Diseased Deposits; U PurlSei the Blood and Renovates the System. Itcuroa with certainty all Chronic Diseases that have linBorod in the system five or ten years, whether it ba Scrofula or Syphilitic, Hereditary or onlagious, BE IT 8EATKD IN THE Lungs or Stomach, Skin or Bones, Fleeh or Nerves, . CORRUPTING THE SOLIDS AND VITIATINO THE KLI ID8. IT IS THE ONLY POSITIVE CURE FOR KIDNEY and BLADDER COM TLA I. NTS, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Oruvel, Diabetes, Dropsy, St. lipase of Water, Iucoutinunce f Urine, BriKht's Duiane, Albuminuria, and in all cases un.Me theio are line k-dust deposits, Chronic ahenaaatiam, Scrofula, Ola.idular Swellnuf, Haek D'B Dry CouKh, OaaoaroaS AfTe. tiuns, -'yphllitic Complaints, itieodtna of the Lnuas, Dyspepsia, Water-Braaa, Tie Doioreux, White gwaUlaae. Tumors, Uleara, Mltoi and llii Diseases, Mar on rial Diseases Keinale C.niipiaiiits. (Jous, nn.j.sy. Rn k ets, Sait lUooim, Bronehltla, i'..nsuujptin. Liver Oumplaluta, Clean IB the Throat, Mouth, Tumora, N i as iii the Glands am! other partsof the system, S I.- Kyes, Strninoroiis Discharges from the Ears, and th WO rat forms of Skin Distiases, Erupioiis. Savai Boras, Scald il"ad, aiagrworaa. Salt Hhoum, Erysip las, Acne, li.aek Spots, Worms in the Plath, Cancers m the Worn h, and all weakening end painful dlsrharfc-es. Nii(ht Sweats, Loss of Bparm and all wastes of tha Of"4 principle are within the curative rana'- of this wonder of Mod I'm ('lii'iiiii 'ry.aml ;if.' lay s ne will proTC to any persoa usma it, for either of these forma of disease, its potent power to euro them. Sold by Druggists. $1.00 per Bottle. R R- R RADWAY'S Ready Relief, The Cheapest and Best Medicine for Family Use in the World! One 50-Cent Bottle WTLL fTCBl MORI COMPLAIST8 AND PBFVENT THE SYSTEM AGAINST SUDDEN ATTACK44 OK BPTDKMIffi AUD COSTAOIOUS DIHBASBS THAN 0KB HUWDB I DOLL Us SXPBNDBD FOR OTH ER namciKBsoB mbdical attendance. THE hTOMBKT 1! A D WAY'S HEADY BBLIBV 13 Al'l'i.l ED i:TBBMALLl OB TAKEN INTBB NAI.I.Y ACCOUDING TO DIRECTIONS PAIN, raon whaTbvbb cauaB, cEAbEs to exist. IM PORTA NT. Miners. Farmers, and others re siilititf in sparse. y-settied districts, where it ia difli. ul4 to se.'tirs the services of a physician, BAD WAY'S KEa DY BBLIBV is invaluable, it caa be used with posi . ire assurance f doinagortd in all eases w tie re .ai . or d i scorn fort is experienced ; erif seired With lntluena.Dt putheria. I reThroat, Dad Ooaghl. Hoarseness. ISiliotis Cone, Inflamma tion of the Bowala, Btoaaeh, Lunus, Liver, Kid neys; or with Crou p, ijuinsey . Fever and Acne . Ol with Neuralgia, BTeadaehe, Tic Doioreux, Tooth SOha, Rarai he; ur with LuatbagOi rain in the Beck, or Rheumatism; or with Diarrhea, Cholera Mor bus, or Dysentery; or with Burns, 8 aids, or Braises; or with Strains. Cramps, or Spasms. The application I RADWAY'S HEADY BBLIBF will cum' y uu of the wont ui these complaints i n a fe w hours Twenty drops In half a tumbler of water will in a few no. in en ts nre Ort. MI'S. SI' ASM 8. S M ' 11 STOM ACH, HFA"T1UKV, SDK ilKUiAi'llF. Ma K H1IKA, DYSENTERY. C 1.1 C. WIND IN THE BOW BLS, and all I TEliN A L PAIB8. Travelers lioiil'l always carry tt bottle of RAD WAY'S BBAm BBLIBB with thorn. A few drops in water will preen? sickness or pains fn m Change of water. It Is better than French ErauUy or Bitters as a stimulant. Sold by Druggists. Price 50 Cents. DR. RADWAY'S Eegulating Pills, ' Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coateit with sweet Hum. serge, regulate, purify, cleanaa and 1 1 re n nth en. RADWAY S I'll. 1,8. for the cure of all iliaor iters of tl ich.l.iver Ilowels, Kiuneys, Iliad- der. Nervous litr.ses. lleadacue. Constipation, Costiveness, Ineigattion, Dyaaeeala, Biliousness, Billons l't'vc . laaaatmatton ul the lioweis. Mire, and all DarauaementS of tne Internal Viscera. W.in anted to etf. i t I poaitiVS cure. Purely Vene table, eomtaiaiag no saerearg, minerals, or delete rious drugs. K, observe the SsUOwlBg symptoms resulting from Disorders of the DiKestle Organs : Consti nation, Inward Pi Us. Fullness of the Itlood in the Heal. Anility of he M.ma. h. Nausea, Heartbara, Diagstatj of Food Kuiiness or Wetgat in the S'otnach. S.ur Eru tatlons, Sitikintfor Flutter i'H at the Pit of the Stonuu h, SwinimitiH of the Head, H'irried and Dittcall hreathing, Kluttering at the He-rt, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying poatare, Dlaaaeas of Vision, Dots or We before the Sight, fever and Dull pain in the Head, Detieleney of per spiration, Yellowness "i tha sum and Byes, Pan. m the Side, Cheat, Limbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat, Hurtling tn the Flesh. A few doses of RADWAY S PILLS will reo the SyateSI Bfeei all tho above named disorders. Price 25 Cents per Box. Sold by Druggists Read " FALSE AND TBtJE." Send one letter-stamp to RADWAY I CO , No Warren Street. New York. Information worth thou:n.N will he sent von. ' sen hih me nuiln t t' li persons with IU Ott. WlU receive, free, a beautiful Chromo and instructions bow to net rich, post-paid. city NohMvOo., lee a Blgath-eL, Phila.. Pa. iMB Nature's Great Remedy THROAT and LUNG DISEASES ! ! It is the vital principle of the Pine Tree, obtained by a peculiar process in the distillation of the tar. by which its highest medicinal properties are retained. Tar even in its crude state has been recommended by em.nent physicians of nery tchoel. It is confidently aclered to the afflicted forth following simple reasons: cram, not by ahruft!y ttofimg- tht cmk hut by dissolving the phlegm and assisting naturt to throw off the unhealthy matter causing the irritation. In cases of statrd coNMTMrrioN it both prolongs ami renders lets burdensome the life of the afflicted sufferer. a. Its healing principle acts upon the irritated sur. mce of the lungs, ftmtrattng to rath disatd art, relieving pain, and subduing inflammation. 3. It FfjRirias and ism. his thb nLooD. Positive ly curiag all humors, from the common fimpli or aaurrtoM to the severest cases of Scrofula. Thousands of affidavits could be produced from thoae who have felt the beneficial effects of Pisra Tnaa Ta Cordial in the various diseases arising from istrveiTin os THB BLOOD. 4. invigvrattl tin digtstiv organs and rtstoroa Ik affttitt. All who have known or tried Dr. L. Q. C. Wie hart's remedies require no references from us, but tha a met of thousands cured by them can be given e any one who doubts our statement. lr. L Q. C. Wishart's Great Amtrican Dysftim PUU and Worm Sugar Drops have never been equalled Foa Bale by all Druggists and Storekeepers, and at Dr. L Q. C WISBAHT'S Office. Ve BM X, Samd St., t'hilmnVa AraV nil i ONE E