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A S'.. ' ..... mAousliv. u " NOL.THE WELFARE OF..THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPEM 8.LAW.: "0 i'-i SI I A DMll iin i i .. i ., S . .l74.W.. VLVI. NACHT .S LA., MAY 22, 1880.-,(O~6~~u. '-a. ~' Ods.ls IS~U .aa l bDMILW.m o ma 'u0Mme, s ii, to naL.-A -Aa M L" L4W 1at'a . il'.t Na',e"- R w M f Nihtoh. mutbblujmb OsIh um ai Ne I, St 'UIu1y M~ ~ '3.&ueam UA~pibU~Ir~ Ab'dpI~4 !ni , :' em-.IC frr;1·.r f it' " i I ~ Y 4 "fA. .4 ; w* -'~b "' "i F Medical 45 Years Before the Public. THE GENUINE DBL. KO.oLANE'S CELRnuATED LIVER PILLS FOR THE CURE Of .atiti, or ULer Omplat, sIPePsA no asn usCuacs. yanptam of a Dimed Li.r. DAIN in the right side, under the Sidge of the ribs, increases on pres sure: sometimes the pain is in the left side; the patient is rarely able to lie on the let ide; sometimes the pain is felt Auder the shoulder blade, and it frequently extends to the top of the shoea.and i, smimeib s mistaken br rheemstam isa th arm. The stor. ach it aected witl loss of appetite and sickness; the bowels in general are costive, sometimes alternative with lax; the head is troubled with pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy sen satien m the backpat. Theres Igen. eraly a considerable lss of memory, accoti w id a painful sensation eht to hve been dine. A slight. dry €0ou is sometimes a atendant. " untr complasi oa wearlness ad ; he is easily tartled, his fie :M or branle, sad be cnm plains of s sensation of the skia; his sts are lw; and athor~h he is that ease would be the disease, bet caes haw occurred where few of them aied,ye su - asio. ofr the body, afrb h has sh the alsuvua s o has bea erten ****i deraged. AGUE AND FEVER. Da. C. McLANB's Lava Pius.s, i cAsss or Aov AD Favu, when taken with Quinine, are productive of the most reuhlts. No better cathartic can used, preparatory to, or amer takiqg Qunine. We would advise al who are alicted with this disease to give them a nFAI TRIL.. For all bilious derngmersb and -ts awn r slab uua The gesise are aner sugar seated. hbeo has a red wan sal a the t h pesa ld. D . XcLars's Lives Pass.s s i ,genuine bcLA's I I Pius he arthe a1ats of C. McLnas sad ls.sa s a onshe wrapped. Iuasbapes e wlq the le.is Das. muthet beng £ole tlmhaths ostho (I!III4-' Castles in the Air. I am fair with the Sflm of girlhood, y hbeart s as light as air, My toru I brilliat with promise Of days which hold no are. Iam clothed in silks and satins, The belle of the ball.room I While envious eye are watehing As haghtily I pu by. Iam trnvelg I far.d eountries, IdliaC 'e Itly's skies, Ecehanted with scenes that delight me Whers'er I may turn my eyes. a I have saiton-yea, by the dozen- t KIeellng so low at my feet, I While pride I my bemr runs riot, c And the etsf triumph in sweet. a Isl qeu in a lordly astle, With servants at my command, I And easeand comfort and pleasure Close within reb of my hand. I -Lot the ire is burned toembers, The roomis chilly and dark, There's a well.known step at the doorwray, For John isoming; and, hark! l Thbe of my oadew r baby, ying aade la I,,r net, e And we welompap e togehr, I and th childM on my rt; o For though my oats have falle, ad grandeur has rvanishled away, No queen ould e prouder or richer Than Iwith my'der nes to-day. With bemvleh sedeyes; I Her sldsm teats 0-l29ng ob her hese. C Why i,1 r h wrtsd ra, If I seaU make it laj Prheameu IthesMvely eyes would smile e me. " er see d bIa n And by the1 esle's glw, . I anew, 001 I kaoew Tha tT s wt .. s wil anever weest barm, fLr l. (ltLt I "PAL AND VIBeoNIAl." - I halatsrnllwllth/ lrnlmea Abbtt.I [Pro ths e0so "Dariy leG b."] "Ias the oly paersa who bas eswe `rer thopeant 'Phal aud i i la sa .m Abs I abo In bhasd very SKssesl. IWa al tepeoes VitoI ar"s, the author of the opera, told M be anw saw say em so weil 1 adopted IDplaysus l ~eliastlq a Qof vosand tou ýIIo t for the t c auipeL. . t required , / iýan bM o baowuuto the Waedo ose as.iwue h oper ptsrner earl P i sadYork sad l wIlk Wwse maid the t we a of the the wrllr Mb* i seewer I, s add eahe std. ts a Ia ea s Stie liu e. Nm elea e mg y ;Ttk~ ~~~ P~w :;.dl~~S h "Tlid IA OF F " A Love Legend of Anehat oreece 3Sr 'CIAIsel." HAPTEBX Xzl. Ouawum, IncrLUA, PuaU1aPa3 us. Nusurs, Louas, JAeos, ALn. TA, AsPAS,i the NMIervalica priest, and many othe of their friends, af. ter the crowd dispersed from the o th te t hta toy ;l m son ettsc of ~ alvdUe _In the pst minm in gar de graad a~ppic .nhed.the On the been as an e y al* the san meno tkneiltbeo thle des. One of their umber aidi his bhad a eul dllvW elswr oed It with shining els, rid sle Ii e "Lour's L arranmmewo ae anes_ or TasALeoS!" said the lmeas -aIr LA stood befoe hil. Pale trosed themu mldessheOk ad I lan astonlmat O I_ °"Ndr TO , bedd®aabe not robed in thy 20et the obe TuusIaI knowing6 rear swaits thee in eet to claim thee iasni0r one abort hoer thou shalt be.hiI -dded wle.i Ioasr on her kneesm l b elea her ter,"O h!the r s the ter streamin boot " P@V Ioroi bes sffit mch s Betis was whoeshus me te clutches of P d thou ladebtd ar mrsef' aot obhlto do snoua meus my.. heu*. Sthee toT was evideatly arrangd -othe ree. SOhe w let te Ori.Lasly ~ho i thl obl deI t bes t her herW_ .. . Sh youth od. atole-miss -d . versosstoodithe .P1jf of the Ihmber.n The pI 03mmn laedthel weepng wshes iT e oa ue ma eiso, I w oul willigly l her Y b dde sls be all e - S - dral eltd atessr -in l iniw lhrr the o-"Iam tat Sdigu aie i 1 sos m tr. , es two SteseI Oodla now bees us( w thealeahe ibelo darkne shru the sat i visble sle t ktsd lume og t tc then dseeemdlugIhv tUfWbM5Pth .she olsme~b~I' abwadsm mein pea he. "Nwt reteulasimebwoman dlrmyY heewd m. ki Irundmues fl~ jrrd otUc·ui~u r#S~ ~k sPIstemy Ll L~rki 3·lU I6P *(Da~~i.l brrw'sOL -m mirr110a the worm s with a i earnest. sees of meamer, "Thoart the mar dbreot Bau! myhu blood alo lmwill o tr bmW n The udenly mad a legs at des pscItent mAu.ous bly evaded the thrust ad ad as i la m o ~o her ase P.uus gla ted the .soress b hed Iro kamed wormn ý msre th blade of hib avoid we the wasp omnombijhand. Shek d ,audi broke the bdeaad thesir the two pieces with their rilLg vibrattlo down the preeiDloimsteep of the citadel. "Thou ast bore to tbe conquered by the widow of BsuAs.u" be tri am esolainmed, .Prepe to " am w sd ess o moam"o the e tres passi rapidly mp=eLaessed his ateLd Eaer ollowed the wvomaI hsorn ard t A Athem Ofit" ad ft em theedes him he would look as he rshed through the dark l v ih dsbveM* wm h eb asoned ar "" ;Rhe of the C be aloes his imeihs tea his mwsshs efus sate sOfthsemb use.Irlm s m hlooket b be ro asseebiae the result db iseped but alwas to e disapoltd. h owIC r bd bas oa st whos u ieghteo s the elestris sre that the bo a awm yaws as i f Oashed the na. ses. asa mor eal ras wres b1bleh H baod aslets to hed the that Lasnr made a too .imsamIhe owd asob the tae we e theug - o adstthe wavames a. t e tdambe edith bay 'eawul brl m idh , de eeo f tdr sWuL = Iuls "tis """ b s agle. molt. U -now ager reeks It souatered em the mdoasea the snteam. tlhaere emieeis w Umest see eads ed towar the re.st tat Blreo~. T~~d imd bwumro~ ~ lU;St,~lo,) n wia dmaolty mgrdv the m.I gedo llmestoaPe. MInt'es oversamethek' 'sae.,. .rane of onhta kaeLAUShi t aaN l, hiS da.i eltbherdudlrk or his via. s . ** a*O seolts word thaday. an could hardly continue. Es de termied to mak one more dm raeortto elde the ,laes his blelarible flolweer. They bad elustatd oraoeated withIn and. aulmated -rlatn ilteo ith e man sveaved this bow. ble loib tlo tIow aeth the tom ci o : -hog the gýs; d e turned his drowsy * lme Ie r hope of theg I i/I dtilm e l " le`at The man nei -as ý li ke. a .r - he tpsd -be~d ,l Iallmnea I ou No urenumid ha to 1"amemi Save mel" ded ,the ellma abe a abou the wel lled b45Su oF grery hae old mass m sore. Belay uroiaten othetantle ueo rat rea I Ma seeajrrs theem c bei **Wretut" she taui daves u t-are atll aviled I" Puaa de haled'a aglci"ht' 'fartinsoflta.l I W hfourdYlh cithybhulbb ~~sIA P -,~ 13 ·~ b' ___________________ .C '.b 3hIsbi*7lr;' ~:'T·L ) Ih ua~g~ hkwqm b~~lPeL~ -t~SS 1- ~x "I~~tds Mrt 'a lmysw AuIao 2;'>. em'· 1WT-;;iE Itl~~? 1hSI-~7m UW 'NI. - wan 9f Iu a ·IC~i-' ~wbuC,.~ b s·usmI gistk;, Z_~ trrf~])2 .1~ ~· ·~