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This sls;liln after beauty,
Tlile IftTitfliiR alVr curia.
This chasing- after fashion
WbrT isehlon whirls.
And all that sort of thing.
May do for thoae who like It
FlU" thOSe devoid Of UMtPJ
Tor thus who barter dlamonua off
Fur dUmnnili made of pasta,
And other blockheads.
Bui to the wife who truly loves.
Who is what she swears
Who sheds a sunshine 'round the man
Who keeps away her Imw
And brings ber tatera horn.
I'd whisper anftlv In her ear,
I'd STevettnti her heart.
That wpll to know to hrntl a steak
Beets sentiment and art
BY AUGUSTA LARNED.
Mm. TctHRTew had come In ostcnBilily
to borrow Kitclisel lartre drippltiiR P"
ami she meant to inquire, before the call
was over, whothor lisclic 1 intended to line
her proservirR-kctile on the follovrinp;
week, lint there w an admirable mill
Teotues alioiil the Rood woman' modn of
tirooeediiic: ao she settled down in a coin
lortaMe rwkiiic-chnir, which creaked with
her weight, and took off her suii-bonitot
and smoothed out the Ibid of her sown.
Knrhel wm making pumpkin-pies: nnd
the etiquette of the country did uot oblige
her to turrgo ber occupation on Recount of
her visitor. There was a pan of silted
pnmpkin npon the tnlile, and a pan of
ptolden uillk, showitipt the richness or lull
pasturage, antlers, end bnlUir, andwliifls
of cinnnnion perfume were coming aud go.
111K, ilachel held tip n blue pie plate upon
her hand, nnd slitted the crust from shunt
the edi;e with dexterity.
At the moment, in that not nupiclur-
csuue attitude, null the plump bandnrra
end well-poiBcd head, Kuohel i A fit rn-
. - r ... x i
prenemnuve 01 lue cumim liuiitra Kill.
Nature had pnt noioiirney.work nnonher.
The clenr, positive line of her fuoe told
that If nh wim not strictly bun. Home,
there certainly was no other girl in Hnaset
with the spirit and conrnge of Ituchel Hen
"Have yon got acqiminted with the ISmy
tons, lluchely" Mrs. I'sttirew wa inquir
lug, as n sort of roundabout introduction
to qninoe "ansa" nd the prraervinp-kcttle.
"You know that family that boa bought the
eld Shorter place?"
"No, I haven't," returned Juichel, with
A sliglit jerk in her tone, which showed her
disposition wn not unmitigated sweetness;
"but I know thir pi nud chickena too
well." she added. "Tbey have been over,
running the gurdcn for a month pant, and
father la en easy he won'tany oo ton neigh
bor whatever happens; but, nt lust, I have
taken matter into my own hand and de
clared war. We keep our animals at home,
and expect other folks to do the mime, or
else take the consequence."
"I know what too can do, Hachel,-when
you get yonr dandor np; bnt it seems to me
you have got a hreacby cow of yonr own,"
remarked Mrs. lYttigrow, who took ecu
liar comfort in touching up ber friends on
their weak points.
"Oh, yes, J' returned llachi'1, carelessly;
"old lies was trying in that respect last
snunuur. But we always paid duinugcs.uud
now father keeps a board on ber bend, and
looks well to the fences."
"Val,"and Mrs. Pettigrow sighed. "I
don't why the Lord put such propensities
into critters; bat I s'pose rooting and
scratching is the way pigs and chickens
have of aruing a living, though some of 'em
do seem to be totally depraved. And if I
wanted to prove total depravity, I'd pint to
them shotes we had a year Ago come next
"As a general thing, if pigs and chickena
have enough to eat at home, they won't
trouble the public," remarked Ilachel, with
a liltlo asperity, as alio opened the oven
door and tried the teuipuraturo with her
'('he Drayton, haven't bad time to get
things shin-shape. Old lOli Shorter was
dreadlul shinies, and let the place run
down nt the heel. It. sides, Jlichel, don't
spile your market There's A likely young
mau over there. Everybody has a good
word for Herman Brayton. Folk say he
has been through college, and knows a
sight; but he don't pnt on any aim, nnd has
chosen to he a farmer rather then go into
lawing or doctoring."
"I am not acquainted with the. young
man," said Ilachel, coldly; "but I can tell
him one thing it bikes more than college
learning to teuch tome people to observe
the rights of others."
"Look out, Ilachel," And old Mrs. IVtti
grew screwed her eyes into sn odious wink.
"I've heard girls talk just as you do afore
now; but there's no kuowiug what may
happen. I mnst tell yon of a remurk Phi
lander made last night, just as he was blow
ing out the caudle. It scorned to strike
him suddenly; and, says he, 'Huldy,' says
he, 'I shouldn't be a bit surprised if one of
these times K iclicl and Herman limvton
struck np a match. For yon see the farms
jiue; nnd it would look, an we might, say,
"Folks needn't trouble themselves about
making matches for ir.e." broke in Rachel,
with ber face in a dime. "I can attend to
my own affairs without anybody's interler
euce; and Herman Ilrayton is the last man
I should ever look at
"Come Raohel, don't get ril'd," the old
lady made haste to say, in a purring tone.
"It was all a joke, nnd I'uilaudersays, snys
he, '.Uachul Henders n is as smart as A
whip, and any muu who gets her will be
doing pli'guey well; but she'll be awful
pertickerler, I know she will. Deary me.
how lute it is. How late it is. I must be
going. Now I think of it, lUchel. could
you lend me your big dripping-pan? Sister
lilake is corning over with ber family to
morrow, nnd mine won't take in an extra
Tha negotiation for the preserving kettle
also accomplished, airs. I'etligrewwentotl,
swinging tko diipping-puu lustily; ami
Rachel Henderson, In the intorval of watch
ing hi r pies, stood at the window to cool
her flushed face. Constitutionally Bhe
hated the gossip of a little oouutry neigh
borhood; and it Uettled ber to know her
name had so soon been joined with Her
Now, with a positive feeling of dislike,
she looked across the pleasant fluids with
broideries of red and purple and gold hnng
upon the fringe of forest trees, and corn
lauds ready for the sickle undulating npon
the little knolls until their rnssot touched
the blue of the sky to where the chimney
stacks of the old Shorter place came out
rrom anilust their nest or trees.
"Rachel! Rachel!'1 called outa half-crown
boy, running at that momeut round thecor.
ner of the house, and holding np the life
less form of a flue oock. "You told me to
let fly if I see any of Mr. Iirayton's hens
' on the place; so, when I kutcbed this tall
strut at the cubbnges, I just chucked him
a stone, and he plumped as dead as a door
"That was right, Jack; bnt upon my
word, you have killed the Shaughue roost
er." And Rachel felt a little twiuue of re
morse, knowing the expense and rarity of
tun uvaii specimen oeiore ner. "However,
I am not a bit sorry," she said, after a mo
ment's reflection. "Experience costs dear,
a the oopybook says; uud I guess, in time,
oar neighbors will find out that we are uot
to be imposed upon. Take the rooster
, home, Jack, and throw it over the door
yard fence. It will be declaration of
"If father should find it out," said Jack,
. reflectively, "he might scold like Sam HilL
Then I s'pose you eould bear the brunt,
Rachel, eh?" '
- "Did you ever know me to shirk reepon
. aibilityV" inquired Raohel Henderson, lol't
ly, "Go along, Jack, and don't be a cow
ard." When Jack came in with the menfolks
at dinner time, he looked sulky aud out of
' aorta, and kept telegraphing in dumb show
to Rachel Henderson aeroae the Uble; un
til, at last, when she got up to cut the pie
he followed Let into the buttery and shut
"I tell yon what It is, Rachel, he broke
out, "that was a sneaky piece of bnslneas;
And I don't mean to do any moresnr-h jobs.
I threw tho rooster into Brsyton's yard,
and then I cot behind a tree; and pretty
soon one of the girls came out and found
it. and besan boohooing like a baby. As
near I coald make out, it was a present
to her, and she had raised it in a basket;
and I felt jnst as it I had been stealing a
"Let them boohoo," replied Rachel
with severe dignity. "They ought to think
enough of their choice fowls to keep them
After the dinner dishes were ont of the
way, nnd the chores all done up, Rachel
Henderson replenished her fire, nnd put on
An oxtrasized kettle of wati'r to heat Then
she went np stairs And changed her dress;
end when she came down AKnin there was
a bit of a lace collar with transferred work,
and a cherry bow at the throat of her de
laine dress, over which she worenjannty
black silk apron with braided pockets.
She seated herself with her wnrk-bosket
at the sitting-room window, nlmost as if
looking for company, nnd let hergnze wan
der down the nslble stretch of road, mhete
golden-road nnd asters bloomed, and the
sumach bushes eside the old stone-walls
appeared to drip with scarlet color, nnd the
pokeberry was turning a vivi.l purple,
Presently ber eye lit np with a gleam of
triumph. There" were the Brayton pk's,
nosiug along the dust of the road; and, tor
once, she was glad to seo the pests. Thiy
were long-snouted, slab-sided animals, with
plentiful marks of the slouch npon their
coats and unappeasable appetites.
Rachel watched with a grim species or
amusHiueut to sec them turn in from habit
toward tho Hnder.on side-pate, which was
shaded by a hnge black-cherry free, and
begin the process of rooting nnili r. Th"y
dim with the nozzle, bent tho forelegs, in.
cluied the dornnl column, and lilted power
fully, until thecato was unlatched, and the
whole bristly tribe poured into the yarel
with grunts of satisfaction.
I nner one ol me Kitcni n winnows iny a
tempting pilo of potato parint;s, previous
ly prepared for bait, which a vicious old
female, the mother of numerous disreput
able children, immediately scented, They
gathered together, pushing and struggling
for the tit-bits, when slap dash down came
pail of boiling water upon the oncks ol
the miscreants, and with heart-rending
squeals they galloped in a body from tho
It was evident to Rachel's mind that (he
hair nnd hide ni her enemies hod suffered
consiperable damage; but still she replen
ished the tire and put on more water, de
termined to be prepared for action should
the poi hers return. However, during the
remainder of theut'ternoon there was peace
along the border; and Rachel went to bed
that night flushed wan a consciousness or
1 he next morning early, Mr. Henderson
and his men went off to a distant detached
meadow, to do a job of top-dresning, nnd
took their dinner with them. Tho part
ridges had been heard whirring through
the bright wood for some davspast, which
censed Jack to shy nway with tho long
shooter from the garret nu ancient fire
arm, supposed to bo worthy of uiucu rev
erence, becanso of a tradition which con
nected it with the wnr of 1612. It would
'kick benstlv," ns Jack expressed it; nnd.
by a deal ol coaxing, managed to go offonc
time in ten.
Rachel had enough on hand to keen her
'leibiiiutly occupied for two or three hours,
.'here was a tray of s .Inl, golden butter
standing upon the slielf, which must be
worked over and hiyeddown for winter use,
aud tho last scald was yet to ho given to her
She opened the window nnd let the warm
air in, laden with the mellow, ricned smell
of apples dropping from the orchard trees,
nud the crysautheiniims uud zcuias bloom
ing about the yard door. Over the ptisma-tically-tiuted
woods, softened by a tender
haze, crows were circling, aud their loud
caws alone broke the country stillness, which
always seems deeper of a dreamy autumn
Rachel was contented in (he midst of her
busy loneliness. There m something
about the mild glow of (ho morning, nud
(he beauty of the world, nud the sott wind
coming in through tho south iudow, that
tilled her with rest She hud almost forgot
ten tho annoyances of yesterday uud those
provoking Itraytons, nnd was stepping
about at her woik, singing "Oreeuville,
in a clear, sweet, but untutored voice, when
gawky lad, all of a color from his tow
trowsers, hitched high in the back by im
provised suspenders, to the straggling
locks that strayed from hi low tho riiu of a,
(orn straw hat made his appearance at tho
"I thought I'd stop and tell tho folks,"
said he, putting bis head in, "that Iiray
ton's cows ore in yonr corn. Gosh! the-y
have stuffed themselves till they're ready
Instantly the strain died on Rachel Hen
derson's lips, the spirit of peace weut out
of her, and she was prepared to act cn the
old law of "an eye for an eye and a tooth
for a tooth."
"They shall go to pound," instantly sho
exclaimed. "The man fulks are away from
home; but if yon will help me, Tim, I will
see you get paid for it."
"I'd doit to oblige you, Rachel, us quick
as a wink; but, you see, lather sent me down
to the blacksmith's niter n coulter. Tho
horses are up am ready to do a job of lull
plowing, and, if I should stop by tho wuy,
he might irhnle nie."
"Go along, thsii," said Raohel, proudly,
"I will drive them to pound myself," nild
at the momeut she looked and felt equal to
anything. At starting, Rachel tied on her'
sun-bonnet and armed herself with a long
oiirriago-wbip having a particularly vindic
The cornlleld, which w.is rustling with
ripened grain almost ready for the sickle,
lay on a cros-road, nnd u gave Rachel a
peculiar feeling of satisfaction (o know that
she would be able to drive the cows pout
her enemy's very door, and thin cast un
olher net of deliaiice iu their teeth. Sec
retly she hoped to find the whole ilrayton
dairy of thirty cows browsing and crushing
the tall stalks; bnt instead ol that, only (wo
animals had broken bounds, uud having
eaten (o (he point of sutiety, they were now
stupidly standing by the gap in the rail
fence, Rachel drove them ont into (he road nt
a smart trot; but as she neared the Bruyton
place she slackened her gait, aud looked
up at tho front windows. But none of the
family were visible, uud thus part of her
triumph proved abortive.
The pound was a good long country mile
distant Rachel Henderson was iua hurry;
for she had Ult uuuniahed work ut home.
The luat of the iiuttnnual mid-day appear
ed to come straight down, with scarcely a
breath of air stirring: aud Rachel did uot
spare the cows. When she arrived, hot
uud tired, at her destination, the pound
master, who was a jolly, fat man, cuuieout
to meet her.
"Well, now, Rachel," said bens he look
in the situation, "you are a spunky little
girl; but I tell my wife I wouldn't give a
brass farthing for ayirl that hasn't some snap
"We couldn't stand it any longer," said
Rachel defiantly. "The ilrayton animals
were overrunning us, aud it's my opiuiou
that there's point where patience ceases to
be a virtue.
"That's trne as preuchin-, and all the
better for my trade," said the man, walking
slowly round one of the cows which was
shaking and quivering now as it iuugnetlt
"But it strikee'ine you must have druv a
ire tty good jog,' be udded. with arolresh
ug disregard of grammar. "This one acts
as if she was sick, bhe bad eat herself as
full as a tick; aud it ain't safe (o stir critters
much in such a case. They sometimes die
in less than twenty-four hours. That would
be a bad piece of business. You wonld not
like to, kill a neighbor'! oow, now, would
"Of course, not," returned Rachel, sharp,
ly, with a dreadful sinking of the heart
You don t mean to tell me there is nuv
"I iu sirutd so, be replied, eyeing the
oow professionally; "it looks a little soaly;
but you baa ueiier go ana nna Herman
Bruyton. and tell him all about it; he is
better posted on cattle diseases than bulf
the cow-doctors In theconniry; and If any
body can save the critter's life he can."
Jltchel turned hack ou tne road, ireung
half-dazed nnd wholly frichtnned. Her
father was slow to anger; bnt she did not
like to think what the consequences might
be should he discover that his girl had
been Instrumental In killing a neighbor's
cow. Her pugilistic spirit nan oozea ont,
and left her In a tmd scrape. How could
she face those Braytons with her story; and
how could she beg pardon and AssisUnce,
as it were, of Mr. Her man Brnyton, toward
whom she had begun to feel a aoUlcd dis-
White she was hnm Inn alone, with burn
ina cheeks, turnins over theae wretched
thoughts In hor mind, and feeling rery
humble, a young man sprang over ine low
wall by the road side, and politely raised
his hnt H wore a farm-laborer's blouse
and checked shirt; but the lines of his form
wore Graceful, and his manner had a charm
quite foreign to the homespun youth of the
"Kxcnse mo. Miss Henderson,", he said,
nt once. "I knew yon by sight and, see
ms you go by, thought i would take tne
npportnuity to send word to yonr fathor
that six of his cows are in my barnyntd.
Of conrse, he ran nave them on demand.
Old Bess, I tsMieve they call her, Jibs a vi
ions pair of horn. She slipped ber ham
er, aud let the others Into my bnckwhent
field. I shall leave it to Mr. Hondersou to
estimnte (he damage, for, from whnt report
says of hiin, I know he will be inclined to
do (he fair thing.
For a moment Rachel stood quite over
whelmed by the lesson In Christian fohear-
ancn which HeriuAU Brnyton had uncon
sciously taught her; but at last the tears
would oome to relieve her painfully excit
ed state of feeling, and I must admit that
for the moment her conduct was not nt nil
In keepinir with (he character of a high-
slung, spirited girl. How confession was
made I do not quite know; but certain it is
that Herman, os old Mrs. Pettigrew expres
sed It, "(ook a shine" (o Rachel, even in ber
"Don't dis(ress yourself about Brludle,
ho said, soothingly, ns soon ns matters were
made plain to him. "I understand cow-
doctoring pretty thorougtily, nnd think l
know just whnt to do lor ber. You bnve
been sadly pestered with our unruly ani
mals (his summer; but I must sny, by wsy
of apology, that tho old placo when we
moved iu wr.s neither hen nor pig-proof.
Crops were pressing, bands short; and, ol
course, soma things were neglected. Bo
assured you shall hnvo nothing of thn kind
to complain of iu tho in I lire, Rachel Hen
derson, unless you lake me np for (repas
sing; for I mean to come over some day
nnd see if wo cannot arrange a treaty ol
That evening Herman Brnyton sent a mes
senger to sny the cow was out of danger,
aud a strange now flutterawoke iu Rachel's
A few weeks later, when tho flrt snows
were lying on the ground, ono Sunday
morning iu church (he parson (ook for his
tex( these words: "Love yonr enemies.
Do good (o them that hate you and despite
lully use you;" nud Rachel, turning around,
caught a glance from Mr. Iirayton's eyes,
which shot forlb mischief aud triumph.
Whsn she walked away nt noon, Herman
joined her iu the most natural manner pos
sible. "Do you know, Rachel Henderf on," said
he, 1 how I construed (he minister's text?
To me it sounded liko this: Love them
that stone your chickens, nnd scald your
pig', mid drive your cows off to pound; nnd
it did uot seem a very difficult command to
Mrs. Pettigrew, who was walking behind,
nudged her daughter, E-der, and whisper
ed "I alius (old you how it would come
Now (ho Henderson and Bray(on fiums
are united in one, nud Herman baa demon
strated to his neighbors, by his taM grain
and fat meadow lauds, the reasonableness
of scientific tanning. He never tires of
joking his wile, Rachel, about ber war, nnd
it she expects to hear tho end of it durinu
the term of ber natural life, I fear she will
Hope for Inebriates.
[From the Philadelphia Day.]
We are glad (o chronicl- (he fact that
temperance un n arc beginning to indicate
a chango in their opinions and policy with
fereneo to the treatment of inebriates.
At the meeting of the " temperance. Bless
iug," held ut Concert Hull, on Saturday
night, Judge Allison presiding, (he report
recommended the establishment of homes
for tho treitmeut ol intemperance as a
disease; nnd denounced the common prac
tice of dealing with drunkards ns offenders
nnd criminals. We regard this as a hope
ful aign of tho times. The principle thot
intemperance U a disease, nnd should be
treated in institutions provided lor the pur
pose, was recognized by our Legislature in
lMltj, by granting a charter to the Citizous'
Association of Pennsylvania, for the pur
pose of establishing just such insti(ution
us (he "KlcKsing" recommends.
The Saiinturiuin, nt Media, is the first
fruit of this effort It was opened in a
smull way for the reception of (he inebri
ates in June, 1H(7, since which time 101
have voluntarily placed (hcmselvos under
its care. Of this number forty have re
turned (o society, and are successfully en
gaged in business. Twet ty-seven have
been much improved; niueteen have not
been heard from, and only eleven have
proved to be irreclaimable.
Let the people encourage this woik by
their i-ynipatliy nnd means, nud let the
suite and city recogiflze it iu A similar way,
and an era will commence which will be
marked by this new philosophy, aud will
deal with (he drunkard iu the spirit ol
charity and good will, which is essentiul lo
J'.rrmg man caanot bo restored by dis.
gusting reproaches. Diseased men cannot
be cured by law, or by force.. The Christ
ian uud humanizing methods which have
characterized the organization and conduct
ot the Sanitarium at Media, nnd marked it
as A success, must become the popular
means of reaching aud restoring the large
clas-i of our citizuis who aro addicted to
alcoholic nnd opium excess. Public, opin
ion should uot regard it us more disreput
able for a drunkard (o go to an institution
to be cured o( this disorder, thun it is to go
to the seashore, spriugs aud mountains,
for (he cure of scrofula, rheumatism or dys
pepsia. When our civilization shall have
advanced thus fur, and our Christianity be
oonifs more (noroiighly practiced and less
technical and rigid, (here will be hope for
much thorough reforrr.
Bad News from India.
A correspondent of the Times of India.
writing irom Malwa, says the Marwaree ex
odus, which slackened during the rains,
has now set in again as atronuly as ever.
The mortality continue very great; the
roads are strewed with bodies, and iu the
towus of Muadisore, Journh aud ituttuin
the dead are lying everywhere in the pub
lic roads till the sweeper drags them away
aud buries them or throws (hem into the
nearest nullah. A small sum is allowed by
native ntutes lor burying the dead, but iu
many iustnnces it is appropriated by the
sepoys whose duty it is to see this done. The
poor people experience no difficulty iu dis.
posing of their children, the young girls
iieiug generally purchased bv the Mo
hamedaiis for their zenanas. The dubar
authorities take charge of most of the or
phans, who ate employed about their
courts as slaves, a certain nuiubtr being
allotted to each rajah's family.
There is some anxiety on account cf the
cot; on crop in the Borars aud Centrul
Provinces, owing to the continuous and
heavy ruin. When (be plant had flowered
and boiled, many bolls rotted and dropped
off from extreme moisture. In the lauds
ou which the Cottou waa backward, no
great barm has been experienced. The
plant bus shown most hardiness iu the
country around Knamguon.
A young Portland woman, recently mar
ried, received from a gentleman friend a
lurge corn broom as a weddinir present ac
couipuuying which wat (he following uiue
dii or poetry:
This trlllliiR gift aecat from mo;
lu uaa I'd reeouiuieud
Iu suuhlue uaa Uia bruiiliy part,
iu storms the ulhur aud.
LIFE IN HUNGARY.
A Truly Educated Girl.
The nnthor of "Flemish Interiors" bo
Inst published an interesting; tolnme en.
titled "Pictures of Hungarian Life," in
which there are some striking passacti il
lnstratle of domestic life. Hern is a
picture of a mother and (laughter belona
log to the upper middle circle of Magyar
"The eldest danghter, a charming girl
of eighteen, might be said to posses nil
the qualifications, physical And mental,
one could wish to find in a yonng woman
or good position, lo a very sweet fAce,
witn Clear blooming complexion and beam
iug eyes, and a graceful figure, she added
the charm of the most winning manners.
while her conversation betokened high cul
tivation, whether in rending, Inngunges or
Accomplishment". We were surprised
when her mother told ns she
bnd no longer any trouble with
the m'nn.in. for that Illoua took
the entire charge of the household,
nnd even gave en eye to (he management of
her youncer brothers nnd sisters. 'There
is not,' she added, 'any department of
nredlcwnrk with which be Is unacquaint
ed, from darning A stocking or fnble-cloth
o exquisitely thnt no one wonld delect the
spot, to the choicest embroidery. 'In tho
kitchen,' she continued, "she i equally
efficient; And A soon as she hoard you were
coining this evening, she begged the cook
to lot hor prepare every dish that was to
appi ar. She understands making nil kind
of pastry nnd preserves, nnd even the enr
ing of bacon. And yon must not think this
is anything extraordinary. No Hungarian
mother would consider that she had done
her duty by her daucht r if she hsd not
thoroughly grounded her in All the know
ledge she is likely to require a a mistress
of a family.'
"no heartily silmircd this sensible is ode
of training, and secretly wished that Eng.
Huh mother entertained similar idea on
(he subject; but oould not help thinking
that such a training, useful a it is, must
have intorfered with the perfection which
might havo been attained by such a girl in
the more elevated branches of her educa
tion. Any inch doubts, howeve-r, were
completely removed when, nt her mother's
desire, Illona opened the piano and played
wi'h ber same national duets, without notes
nnd with the most ennsnmato taste and foel
ing. Our Astonishment was not to end
hero, for w found that our lair young
friend possessed an admirable talent for
drawing when sho prodiooil a port
folio ot most spirited sketches lrom nature.
Her French accent was excellent, and she
simko F.nlish with tolerable fluency, being
also well acquainted with many of our au
thors, whether iu prose or verse. Uerman
she did uot understand; but this nppnrout
deficiency ill her knowledge was explained
by ber mother, who assured ns that, bow
over yielding and dutiful iu her whole con
duct she could never bo persuaded (o
have anything (o do with (hat language.
So powerlul is the feeling of patriotism in
Hungary, that hardly nny of the riling gen
eration can be persuaded to speak, read or
iu any way recognize the Oerman laiiguage.
The quaint legends of the Magyars are
also embodied in this volume. One of
these, concerning the "Nun's Tower," is ro
'A valorous knight, one of the former
lords of Thi lien, having fallen iu love with
the beautiful daughter of a neighboring
baron, between whom nnd himself existed
deadly fend, the father strictly forbade all
Intercourse between them; nnd finding one
day thnt (ho girl lavored her lover, and
tint stolen Interviews took place, was so
infuriated tint ho at once determined to
immure bis daughter in a convent Tho
enamoured knight soon discovered tl.e re
treat of his mistress, nnd biking with him
an armed body of bis retainers, attacked
the convent by night, sending (erior into
the hearts of the abbess and her nuns,
aud carrying the trembling recluse off (o
his castle. Arrived here, he placed her for
greater safety iu a solitary turret perched
upon n rock, nnd standing aloof from the
rest of the fortnavs, which ho surrounded
with men iu ambush. Whil ', however,
dallying in his ludv'a bower, the oastle was
surprised by a very superior force, bended
the enraged father. The castle was ran
sacked, nnd the lovers not being found, the
soldiers were ordered to surround the
smaller tower, lo (he dismay of its inmates,
who soon saw that (heir precautions were
wholly inadequate to (ho circumstances.
hey resolved, however, not to be taken.
preferring a voluntary death (o nn ignoaiin
ions capture, and a subsequent fate of
which imagination presented to them a
'The secre( pasFiiuo whhh may n'w be
seen leading from a spiral staircase (hro'
(he rock lo the water's edge below, unhap
pily did not then xist, and there remained
bnt one resouico lor the hapless pair. They
appeared for one momeut on the summit of
the tower, locked in each other's embrace.
As they looked down despairingly on their
besiegers, a 'prompt order to draw their
bows wa given to his archer by (he re
lentless burou; but ere the heartless com
mand could be executed; both bud leaped
iuio the stream below, and the peaceful
water were flowing ou, regardless of (he
cruel tragedy of which they had boon tho
An Elephant on a Tear.
Forepaugh's Menagerie, at Conuersville,
Iudittiio, a lew days since, was thn scone of
terrible excitement, caused by the wicked
old elephant "Romeo" having concluded
tree himself from the control ot man.
will be' remembered that Forepaugh
purchased of Sheriff Weber, "Lalla Rookh,"
the female elephant formerly belonging to
Dr. Thayer's circus. .Miss Lalla was taken
out to the whiter quarters ut Connersvillo,
where she beaved "hers-lf with becoming
propriety until last Monday evening, when
she happened to remember that according
lo elephant ciironoiocv this Is leap year.
so sho very deliberately freed herself from
her cuaiua aud strayed over to where "dear
Romeo" was standing, meditating over his
huppy days in the jungles of Africa,
hen uiorni'iB dawned the keener con
cluded to send the handsome maiden back
to her quarters, which was very much
against (he wishes of her mule friend, who
showed his resentment by throwing tha
keeper a distance ol thirty feet against the
kiilo of the bouse. A dog cume uext, and
in the twinkling of an eye he was crnshed
iuto a mere pulp, ready to be boiled down
in (he tank of the Fertilizing Compauy.
The attendants finding that "Romeo wu
in just such a stale 1 excitement as he ex-
perieueed at Jlatboro, 1'euu., three yenrs
since, when he killed his keeper, the fa
mous showman lorn Williams determined
to put him through a course of sprouts.
ltut how to do it was fur some time the
questiou, tor whenever any one would ap
proach with (he necessary chains, "Romeo"
would make such terrible demonstrations
as to cause a hasty retreat
as a lust resort a low loads or shot were
poured against his trunk which caused him
to howl with miin. and while he wus weep
ing over the great abuse shown him, a
strong cable was quickly slipped around
one of his beautiful ankles, the guy were
pulled aud against his most earnest pro
tests, Romeo was forced to lie down on his
side. Then the order wns given lor all
bunds to belabor him with clubs, which
was dun with a hearty good will, as mun
were anxious to pay off old scores, but so
stubborn wus the beast, (lint eight hours
passed before he cried "hold, enough I'' but
when he did, he waa as thoroughly con
quered as un army mule, aud promised
never to even look at Lalla Rookh, or any
other of hi race an long as he lived, which
promise appearing to have been made in
earliest, he was allowed to resume the even
tenor of his way. Cin. 7'lines.
The f .Uowlng petition, signed by over
72 000 citizens of New York, was presented
aud read in Hie House ou the 13th:
Tu tlie Umuralili, the Lomjreu t(f Ott VnileiX
fltilrt We, citizens of the Amerieau Union,
iu behalf of the principles written In our char
ter of nations! independence, iu the name of
liberty and the sovereignty of a people strug
gling lo be free, respeuifully pedtiou that
your honorable body do accord to Cuba the
rights of a belligureut power, and at ouee rec
ognise the independence of her sou from tke
tvrauny of a foreign yoke, which for more
than a year they have maintained by the tri
umph ot their arms.
Summary of Congressional Proceedings.
Ho- Deo 11 -Ingersoll, of Illinois,
asaln muu uoed hla .111 for an additional la-neof
letral tanriHt nS to tlia amount of 4l,ui o.OOO.
It aiilhoriloa tlia Hoc.ratary of the Treasury to la-
auinu 'iiai legal tenner notes or thn denomin
ation heretofore tanned, snd In anch proportion!
as lie mar fWro heat, to the amount of S44.0(H.IMM
tlO,on.ounlaba lamed within thirty days alter
imp luMHsgn ui inia aei, oi,'oo,eoo more wlinin
altly dats, t Iu.imvxhi mora within nlhetjr dare nnd
the romiluliiK U,ikhi.ihpo within lao dafa. Hrho
fifld of Penu., moved to thl tha hllli motion halt
SB lo 8. Tlia bill waa then referred to th (Vim.
mittee on llankln. Dawaa called for adptatled
ataUiiient of tha exjipnilimres of the present Oon
graaa. flnm ax and tha Ways Snd Means to report
hill rfpeallns tha mannfurturln tax on provlftlona.
llllla wra Introduced and referred, to reirnltte the
importation of lunitipr on the Northern, Northeast
era and Moiihwaatern frontiers of the United
8tat-a; to diapenae with aplneaud Informers lu the
United Hlatee revenue arrvtoai to author! the
payment or bounty to oerlaln Volunteer armyoln
cera. The House again went Into (,'ominlltea ouUia
Cenana bill, whiou was briefly diaouseed.
Aksats not lo eeatton.
Senate Deo, lnth. Carpenter, from (he
Jndtrlary Committee, reported Morton'a Geotyla re
construction bill, wlih ainendmenta. Corhllt Intro
duced a hill to entabhah a department of Indian af
falrai alftoablllto fund the maturing debt of the
United Hlales by a -lf-fnn,hn bond. It pr. Tliles
for the laeneof f l.lsmasi.iKio in coupon registered
r i i. i ..i. , .. . . . . , , . q , .,
yrara at 6 per cent, the next three yeara at per
cent., uext do. alstt percent., snd next twenty year
at 4 per cent. to be free from ail tax, abd to be used
In redeeming the H-10 bonds Wilson Introdneed a
bill for the regulation of Immigration, declaring In
valid all oontraota whereby Immigranta p'edge their
labor after art ival, and making It a misdemeanor to
eitort en, h pledgee. (Jotikdng, a bill to repeal the
franking law rerpenter, a bill providing for the
reeleliation of Supreme Court JllSgsa when Inca
pacitated from performing their duty, and for eon
tinning their aalarv for Ufa Harlan, a hill for nuar
terly payment of pensions tlcott, a bill to extend
time for filing petition claims, hefnrred. Carpen
ter submitted a resolution that the Hpnnlsh gun.
boats should not tie permitted to depart during tee
continuance of theCuhati nlielllon. bald ou the
table. 1 he neiiate took up the bill raatilatltig snd
defining the power of United at ea rourte. which
Drohlhlta any Judge or court conetlluied by Congress
from holding any act of Coiigreaa Invalid bocause of
a atnnioaed n lmgtiatrce between aueh act ai d the
Constitution eif the United States, brake supported
his bill st length, which, alter dlcualoD, was re
ferred to Uia Jlldiclsry Committee.
Hoi'sr A largo number of bills were in
troduced and referred, among which wire, to pro
vide for tb ooliatnirtlnn of the Nlagiraahln canal:
dividing Wisconsin Into two dieirleta, ai.d for
witnnointng money rrom lieltan who held while
Mpllvea Ilutler offered a blU that Virginia having
complied with all requirements was eutil'ed to
represenlstlon in Congress. Hofcrred to Commit
tee on Keeonstrllctlon. Peters olfertd s resolution
declaring the House to ba In accord with the l'real.
dent on Csnsdlan reciprocity. Adopted. A. reso
lution lor aitjouriinietit from D -c. 2'Jd lo Jan. 6th,
wss sdnpted. Holler rewrted a reaolullon In
struetltig Ways and Means Committee to prepare s
Mil taxing U, 8. IkiimIs ft h r cent., to be detltleted
from the Interest ; this with other resolutions being
Uliseconded wohtover. A resold lou waa adopted
authorising the tloiunilttee on Hanking tulnveatl.
gate the censes of the recent sold panic. A peti
tion for the recogldUoa of Clllian belllgereuey,
aluued by 72.000 persons wss resd and referred to
Cotntnillcaon Porelgu AITalra, Ilutler, from ths
Judiciary, reported the bill for repeal of the tenure
of office act, whl.-h was ordered printed The sen
ate bill removing dleaoilltite irotn certain prsous
wss taken tin. aud led to considerable discussion.
snd wss Dually adopted. A number of other un
important bllla were preai-nled, after which the
House proceeded to the couelderstlon of tueCen
NiExvrr.-Deo. 1 th.--Trnnibull offered a
resolution looking to dispensing with Isndolncceln
ststes where there was no public Isud for sale. by
Howard, areolullon of euouiry aa to the pronrlety
of di-penslng with certain pclialtlca In the luterual
revenue act. liy Cole, to enquire Into the expe
diency of In'-reating the tax ou distilled spirits to
l, lin ou the uiue. mils wero Introduced, by
brake, to lucrei se the null service with rhius and
atuu4ti; also to Ux the tenulnua of the Western Pa
cific Ilallroad Company. Morrill, of Malue, au
uotiuoed tha death uf Wm. Pitt KesaendeD. Eulo
gies wers pronounced by Mr. Uorrlll aud other
House A resolution was introduced by
tha Committee on Ways snd Means to In ttiira Into
tho exieillwncy of aboilabuig Ihe otUees of collisit
ore, ,aseiieaore and other awelita of the Iillorual Iter
eiiue Department, and proportioning the amount
of tax reiptfred to be raised lrom domestic sou rces,
among ihe ee eral stales In proportlou to their pop
uUllou. ltelerred to ths Coiuiultloe ou Ways snl
Means. Also censuring the treslment of American
rituens held ssprteoutrs uutlt r lbs English gov
ernment, ltelerred to Colniidllee on Foreign tf.
lairs. A bill by palne, looking to an establishment
of a system of meteorological signals lor the pre
vention of nisriue disasters. by bhsnks, for lur
nlsl.lug, st coat to the W'sr llepartmelit, clothing to
needy and Indigent eoldlcra, aollora and marines In
Soldiers' H'Huea Hehetiek presented a ropurl from
Alaska, relaUng to ths dla-ltlnnof steal lalslids.
Kelly presented a petition from tho National
Colored Ijtlior Convention, praying th.it
Cubilo lamia In tlia nouthcrti Runs
given to Freedmen In tracts of 40 acres each.
I he Presldeut aetil in a message approvlug a bill
for tha removal of dlasbllltlea The House theu
tisik up the Celiaua bill. (Jarlleld liroisiaod lo
strikeout the section filing the number uf repre
sentatives, which was sgreed to he also proposed
sibling statlallcs of Telegraph, aud Life, Fire aud
Marine Insurulice Coa. A discussion followed, In
which Woodward charaiier.Sed Life Iusnrslice a
sttiMndoiia irsu'i. An siuendiucnt was adopted
requiring stadsltcs from bankers snd brokers, fox
thought Ihe bill waa already ao laden with inquisit
orial requirements that It would delay the census
for ten yesrs. Cobb, of Wisconsin, offered an
amendment requiring statistlus of U. H. bonds held
bv corporations snd individuals, In hnpcethn Waya
and Meana committee would devise a plau of taxing
the tuturoet tliereol.
Tho assizes nt Kingston, Cauadti. have
legally developed a breach of promise case,
iu which the complainant is a handsome
little brunette named Alice E. Haines, and
the defeudunt a sturdy farmer' sou culled
David Royce. The family of the young
lady formerly lived near t lint of the young
yeoman, at a place called Enrnestown, end
there the two doves grew up together ns
schoolmate end playmates nutil David
wo nineteen aud Alice seventoeu, when a
formal engagement was entered iuto be
tween them, aud the neighbors geuerull)
understood that a marriage would soou be
celebrated. It unfortuuately happened
about this time that pecuniary embarrass
ments obliged the paternal Haines tore
treat acros the border into (he United
States, and, ns he (ook the lass with him,
ihe lovers were doomed to separation. The
suitor, however, accompanied bis mist re a
as far as Kingston, nnd subsequently corre
sponded with her in the strain usually
adopted by "two souls with but a single
Aits ! that the conrse of (rue love must be
rough even for these unsophisticated be
iugs. After a time, David's love and let
ters grew cold, the faithless swain refused
to inurry, and Alice and her people went
bai'K to Canada tor legal revenge. Hence
the suit at Kingston, which we uotiae
chiefly ou account of the amazing litorury
character of David' letters, therein used
as testimony. Like the famous Hprague,
of Chicago, whose prosecution by Miss
Craig called public attention to his highly
original orthography, this Canadian Romeo
seems (o be the unresisting victim of a
most evil "epcll, and invests the Queen s
Ruglish with a novelty not often sin passed
by onr illiterate humorists. Opening his
first letter to Alice, the inflamed youth
says: "1 now take up my pen in hand to
rite you a few lines, lettin yon kno that i
nni wel and hopping that this will find you
tne same, anu, oy way oi oouciusion, lets
fly this choics selectiou from the poets:
" wher ere you rove, where ere you bo,
i hope vou will remember me.
Though diatttiico may dyvydo our lui,
i again repeat forget me not."
Iu his second loud effusion by mail he
modestly exclaims : " 1 hope you will look
over bad righting aud missiieliiiigs, as one
of my Qugerz is out and not uottioe the bad.
composniu. Alter sending a message to
"aunt Karuhan," he dwells upon the paugs
of separation, and adds : "1 never dicuipt
ol yous but once since yoiiB went away, anil
I thought that yous, aud niarthuuue and
georio was over here.
was to lou whuu I see you a eomiu, it
luude my hart rejoice when i see you a
oomin, thouch you changed so I hardly
gnu you." lu abort, the bad spelling
uud good foeliug of David's epistle were
unmistakable until the commencement of
tho next year, at which time he was decid
edly notilled by Miss Haines's father that
be must at ouoe husband the girl, or stand
the oonsequeuces of a refusal. Then the
wain nuger rose, and be penned a dread
fill concluding despatch: "I hev not been
born iu the woods, ' wrote ho, "to be scart
by a owl; nud as for mo logo: married now.
I won't do it for no person; I will severe
my owu bed on my shoulder belore 1 will
gut married yet" This strong lanuuago
admitted but one construction, and Alice
made her reply in a suit lor damages. The
Joint gave ber a tnousana dollars.
The firm of W. K. Gray & Co. of Now
York, are implicated lu a series of frauds and
forgeries aiiiouutiug to many tbuuaaiil dol
lars. The frauds were committed chlcrly by
altuiatloua of bonds, making $1,000 into $10,
000, Ao. Gray is the sou of the Chaplain of
the United Htate Heuate. The accused have
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Tnn New Era. Atlaota, Oa., ono of the
lending pnpers of t'.o Houth, thus endorse
Hoofl.ind' Hitters: "Uooflond's Oerman
Hitter is well known to the invalid. For
many yenrs it has boen in nse, and its rep
utation is unimpaired. It is not claimed
for it that it is competent to perform mir
acles, but there nre many diseases and dm
abilities which it can reach more rendilv
than nny other known remedy, and in ail
such cases it s an excullniit remedy. Dys
pepsia, nnd Diseases resulting from a dis
ordered Liver, or a derangement ot tho di
gestive faculties, oome within its scope,
and person suffering from such diseases
have found great relief from a fair trial of
this oelebrnted Hitters. Tfaia remedy is
not alcolnlio, contains no rum or whisky,
ami cannot make drnnkards. Its reputa
tion is backed np by testimonials from
many eminent clergymen and others."
Hoofland'a German Tonio is a combina
tion of all the ingredients of tho Hitters,
with pure Santa Cruz Hum, orange, anise,
to. It is used fir the name disease as
the Hitters, in case where an alcoholic
stimulant is necessary. It is a prepara
tion of rare medicinal value, and most
agreeable to the palate.
A KKWtxrl MAmirit wtvt,-u tu ,t n
only Five Doixaiis. For the benelHof our
lady readers, we copy from our hies the
lumping suggestive exiracis:
"A Sewing Machine has become an abso
lute necessity in every well regulated fami
ly. The "Fairy" will work a complete rev-
Intion iu an article of so much utility,
ml commend itself wherever need. K.
Those who depend on their needle for
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come. -Henry II urd Beechtr.
-M. iiseoHHos every requisite lor family
use A'. J'. ObveH'sr.
On receint of P. O. Order for
the Company thnt has this valuable inven
tion, wiil shin lT V.vnreea m ijawinn r.
chine, perfectly adjusted, that tbey war-
nun win ao etpiany a good work a the
higher priced ones or it can be sent C. U.
D. bv adilressino' tha Vuirv KanInn Mi-
chine Co., 85 and 87 Dearborn Street, P. O.
u rawer o(0(, unicago.
AniucULTUBAL. The New York Weeklt
Tin nt' ne is a great farmer's paper. Its Ag
ricultural Department, valuable always,
containing ae it doep full reports of the
American Institute Farmers' Club, and ar
ticles written for its columns by the most
eminent Agriculturists of Anicrion, Is
nbout to be enriched by other attractive
feature in a Horticultural Department,
which will con prise Management of Small
Farms, Frnit and Vegetable Culture, and
how to make them pay. Also, a Veterinnry
Depurtment, for which l'rof. James Law,
Veterinary Surgeon in Cornell University,
has been onenued to answer nuestions con
cerning diseases of Cattle, Horses, Sheep,
and other domestic, animals, and prescribe
remedies mrougu tne columns ol rue
Weekly Tribune. See advertisement in
A buout timb aince Mr. Gideons aud
ou wi re deer hunting in Hernando coun
ty. Fl.i. Mr. G, discovered a pair of eye,
lie ordered his sou to hold the dog while
ho went iu the direction of the sparkling
orb. The eyes, however, disappeared,
nud, utter searching for them for some
time, Mr. O. sbirted to return to his son.
Ou his way he discovered another pair of
eyes, which he took for the eyes of a deer.
lie nreti, and in a moment discovered that
he hud shot bis own son dead,
Dr fttvm. when tin visile 1,m hIiuvm nf
America, sought long aud arduously for
me "npring oi perpetual youlU, that
those who ltntbeil thnroin mifilit nnvuv
grow old in appearance, People of onr day
have in part discovered a substitute for
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Ambrosia, a few application of which
gives to white or gray hair that dark,
Strom; and ulnssv BimHBMniia vtnliuv
youthiul beauty. If any of our reader
i.. .el., i. . ,1 . t .. , . .
uuuia t,uin, iei luuin try a uotiie, ana uo
oouviuoed of the truth of our assertion.
Quininb will break Chills and Fever, but
the diaeuse will almost invariably return
ou the seventh, fourteenth and twenty-first
dnvs, while Dr. F. WILHOFT'S AN 1T
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Maoio Oil cures as if by magio. Rheu
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sore throat, colio and all external and in
ternal pains. This liniment has been used
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suiicrcrs during a period of fltUien years,
A single trial will insure its permanent use
iu the family. Ask tor I'ratt i. Butchers'
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An Estahlisiieu IUxiedt. "Brown's
Dronebial Troches" are widely known as
an established remedy for Couijhs Colds,
Jironchilia, llmrneneas, and other troubles
ol the Throat and Lumjt. Their Rood rep
utation and extensive use ha brought out
imitations, represented to be the same.
Outaim only "Jlrown'i Bronchial Track."
A rniMJS Abticlk. Johnson' bait I no
powder is the purest and best article of its
kind in the market. Oue-half the bonse
keepers of Milwaukee will testify to its
exoeiiuuco. r or sale by all grooers.
Oub readers will find in another column
the announcement of the Hearth and Home,
a weekly family journal of great excellence.
Hall's Vegetable Hioiliau Hair Renewer.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itenewer.
Hold by all druggists.
From One of Oldest Printers in the State
OrrrcK or mit Wmo art Krrmr.rcAU,
Qoisev, Illinois, August S3, IMS. I
Mrjtins. Fmnof, Wai.tokj A flu,, Cincinnati.
Ohio fVrns . I And yonr Ilol'sek's Hitters,
after using two boxes ia my family, to be
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United Mates Express, and if yon don't wan't
local notices to tho amount, charge it to tie
on advertising seconut. Itogsnls to Mr. Wal
ton. Yours in baste, Jamks J. I.asoooH.
Bsi.hts ars DAHor.sor.-Mothers as vnrt
love yonr offspring don't fail tones Mrs. Whit
comb's Hvrup, for soothing children. Hoad
the sdvertiecuiotit in snother column
Trt Best Ain 0,.ioisai, Tome of Iron
Phosphorus and Calisaya, known as Csewell.
Mack A Oo.'s Fcrro Phosphorated Ellxtr of
Oalieaya Hark, The Iron restore color to
the blood, the Phuaphoru renew waste of
the nerve tissue, and the Calieav give a
natural hcalttfiil tone to the diEcstlvo or
gans thereby curing Dvspepala in in its vari
ous forms, Wakefulness, Uennral Debility,
and Depression of Hplrits. Manufactured
only by t'AHWKM,, rjAZARD A CO., eucces
sore lo Caswell, Msck A Co., N York. Hold
by all Druggist.
A most prnraor nrotu.ATtiH of 'tlia whole
hnmxn system is found in Dr. I'lercc's Altera
tive Extract, or Oolden Medical Discovery. It
cures i'enialo Weakn ss, Weak Hack, anil a 1
irregtila itiea. It is a grant restorative ton
io, and norvo force generator, snd lienco 111
allraacs of Nervous or General Debililv.nnth
ing can equal It. Hold by druggists, or send
tliroe dollars snd twenty-fivo cents to Dr. It.
V. Pierce. HiifTalo, N. Y., and get throe bot
tles, free of express charges.
TnivATF m. dical aid. Head Dr. Wliiltler'e
Thousand of men connected with Iho
Waahinrton Life Insurance Company are, by
this better way, laying up monev. Many of
tllPse lasn out Dollciea winch ara ianl,ui
themaelveaon aniving at a specified aire.
Tha AdrsrUser. haritur been restored o hulik . , .
few weeks, bj a very slmpls remedr, after bavin nn ir ,
d several veara with a severs luna affooUon, and tl. ik
dread disease, Consumption, t aniioos t mass known
to his fallow sufferers, the mesas of eure.
To sll who dsstrs It, he will send a eonr of tha isra-
ssrlpUnn seed (free of oner), with ths dlraellotis for
prenanna and Kiln ths same, which Uier will Hud a
Htitut Onus ros Oonscmptios, Asthma, Haoseirms,
etc Ths object of the advertiser la sanding tha pre
soriptlnn la to benefit the sfflloted, and spread Informa
tion whleb ba conoslTee to he invaluable; and ha boras
event siUTseer will trj hla rented?, aa It will ooat th m
aothln. and aaar prove a blesslnc
I'srtles wlshln ths prescription still plssss address
Hrv. KIIWAKI) A. WH.MO!,
Vrillisoison, KltursCoantr, New York.
COUGH ! COUGH! ! COUGH ! !
SHUN WORTHLESS NOSrRVMS.
USE THAT WHICH IS OOOD.
4 LI.IWS L1JNO BAbSAM.
i jh Great bun Itameilr.
rCNO BALSAM (ALLK.VKl
i Sold h sll Dnml.ts.
A ia ths most sucoes.ltil remedy for Consumption.
IVFUVIIonV Rl'KmtTsn lm Pulmnn.,
J Coraplainta should uss ALXxs'a Ltsu Balsam
SHOULD YOU nR TOoiTTir.KD
with Lun dithuulc, use
Auah'i lA7a Baiaam.
fUNIi BALSAM (AM.KN'S)
i bss glvsn universal satisfaction.
SK AM-EN'S LUNO II A I AM
for all Pulmonary Affections.
KVIill nKSPAin OK A C1TRR
1 Oil you bars tried A luck's Lena Balsam.
RK AT flUOCKRK HAH ATTKKDKO
11 the Introduction of
ALucs'a Lino Balsam.
I'.WARP OF fONKU.M PTIOM t
a lien s l.ung tiaissm is eontidentu raeommsnuod.
VRR so troubled with ASTHMA f
Allan's Leso Balsam will relieve row
FUNII BALAAM (AI.I.KN'S)
A contains no Opium In anj of Its forms.
STOP THAT COUUhT
Allks's Lena Balsam wlU dolt
VLI.UN S LUNO BALSAM
ilirselions ecoompanr each bottle.
HOTIIKRS shonld keep
IfA Allks's I.esn Ratjav
at baud lor use In eaae of Cronp.
aiol.l by All .Medicine Dealers.
S..M .1 UI1.iiLmi h. II H,wn.rn A Unv.
A HcrniN. Kick A Kihino. Iiiiakk Hitn.., Uosmk,
UVUMIUT a Co., and all Milwaukee Drumrtsta,
Canker and Salt Rheum Syrup,
Kor tho Cart of Cankffr, Rlt Rhnm. Knrlprj,Hrrofu
loua liiatouea, t'utnoiM KrupUontt, ami ry .
kliid of DitiMM aminir (mtu aa
Impiira )Ul of (titj .1skk1.
Tha mot rjTMii Htoott I-urir rf th Ainmlsmtk Cwntttry
tW Hold by all Morflclne Dealm
bold bjr Uukkne .t Button, UtlwaakM.
OF THE AOS.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Rnader. vntj mar oonilrittr thi aanrtof anrad avl
&saliuif, nut I msao wry word of lu 1 oav tfun
ir. Whan your ayitaut ia nuked wita
pain, and yon eannotvn turn youraalf In bd,oralttln
id a chair, you rount ait and ultnr, in tha atiorninc w1h
lug it waa night, and at tugUt wiauinjf it waa niorniiMrt
ujo you bav
whn .w.tT narra in yoarbalnir ! Ilk tha atlng of
waup, circulating th moat vouihwjun and but ponton
around your hitart, and driving you to Uia very yra ut
inaduwat; VS'Uaa you hav iho
(that IhAT nt ant thronah with.) that moat awful,
nuiatt htuirtewithrinua, moat alrenifth dHNlmyin, Tnoat
oirit brtmkmg and luind-woakeuiug of all dimts tiuat
can attlict our pour human natur. Whan you hava th
lrlna and writhin In aaronv and nain. nnAhla In turn
timr-Holf In hod. and evxry Uiovt'iiiniit will go ki your
nart like a kuifo; nuw toll ma, if rnhttf and eure of any
of thoau diM.tt.Mta in a fww dnya ia not tha UrvaUkat
fneuiuai iiiuaaing ui uia Age. uiu ua wuai ia i
ful and thraa nmnnfuU of water thro Uiuim a day, aud
in a lew U'typ every nartiola of rheumatic and neural-lo
pain will b diaauJved aud paaa oil by ui kidneya.
afannfaotorad by tONALI KKNNIil V
WfinLKfUME A an NTH. -Fuller, Ftneh A Fuller, fotd
ft Hinith, K. P. Dwyer at Co., Ifurnuaui t Van nulifivuk.
liurlhurt t ttdaall, Tohuan S king, Chicago; tlruock
Bui lou. ICice A Kuing. l.oaworlli t Not., Dob mm. A
Huhniidt, Milwaukee; Uc( ulloch A Mot.'otd. La imm.
NoytM llroa,. ht. I'aul; Collina Mroa., Z. K. W.-VvV),
Miiyera lirua., Kt. Luum; Moorw A 'larbat, Zunkarnjan A
At ratail by all druggie ta. Prioa l.SU.
There are many aUmenta, trying in their nature,
tha ftymptonit of whioh are not autHoienUy epeoiAc to
arable phyatolana to olaaaify them under any particular
haad. Aa a geaeral rule they ariaa from a tenure!
debility of tha whole organisation, but their primary
eauae, In at leeat throe eaaea out of Ave la a laok of
briak vital aotiun In the etomach and liver fitlmulata
and tone tha relaxed digestive and aec retire organ,
and bodily eaae, health and vigor will follow the tieatv
tent. Among ail mediolnea which have been reooan
meuded aa conducive to thia and. none haa been adiuiD
Utred with auch uniform and entire uoueea aa
HOHTKTTKK'H bTOMAOH Bl'lTKUH.
It ingredient were aeleoted from th vegetable
kingdom, originally, with a view to tho inriguraUon of
the phyiuiue and the oonititution. and alao for their
anM bilwua and alightly laxative proparliea, Twenty
oddyoaraof oiperieno ha proved that theae herbal
rea tor a Uvea were wlaely chosen and have been ludioioua
ly apportioned in thi celebrated preparation Mot
only aa a aueoiMo for lndigealion and all kindred com
plain La, but aa a htMumhoUt rimiy or oil ikm minor
tutuwnu Incident lo bnmanlty, it haa obUuned a repula
tion baaed ou unimpeachable teatiinony, which fairly
aollaea thatlof any other proprietary or officinal
medicine to ne.
Itch! Itch II Itch !H
I'RATt'a C HATCH!! HC'UATCUttl
Cures llnrber' 1 Ich.
Uunaa Old Mure.
Cwrss essry kind qf ausww Mm
Prls,(o.a boil br mall, 0a
AddreMWKKKIa POTTKB, 170 Waahlustna St , 1
or asla bf all Utmaisla. JUuslua, ilas
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A (IKNTLaialAN whoauflered for year from Nervoua
Debility Frwmature leoay. and all the effecta of youth'
ful indiaeretien. will, for tb eoka uf aulfering hutuaaltc.
end free te all who need it, the receipt and direction
for making the einiple remedy by which he waa eured.
feiflerere wlahing to profit by the adverUaar'aprinoa
oaa do ao by addreaamg, ia perfect eoondeno,
Ma. et Oadar auaai. Mew York.
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