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Hrtmur f tihpav rxTiNiyfr .m y im?. 55 w QUCCh COUNT TOLhTOI Th (rlhrtPfl Enln Mr nuil till n Yoke. Juh J4 Count TMoi tlw ivit-lii ttet Kuvvjin noeh-t, l niiiiv pr-tMHiiM-tNl the lli" of Ining iinli-.t"' hn-.u- mif n figure a ie ill intnM ui tuirvuti li lvii-of lib ivllfiioii pliiltMipli ninth iit!atrtl l the tehmgs of ivrtaui lueta illinium who are iiitenminc tin 1 ItrM HtiH iphN in a lien ami atlrai tielrvw 11 w lifirT Lnonii hfiT h liiltl 5I te titrion "r n-. it f.ntuWl miiu puhli In What I lU'hrif than lt hi- notrl lit hiiwH cai I ut little foi hi tru-. Ihe iij.t of mIhi li were written Iff m I J 1 jnl tli" relighm tlivon- wlihh ma made hun m noted The t-iHint wealth inutile, wh ok liLe mi hie it Itt .ian iiiujluL, and l-liev. inn return t Mtupluit inhiiiK He work. h in the tieltN nml lie on terms of jrfe-1 e4tialit with th lvnt. He llie- that eer liram worker tlimiM put in t w or three hours of each ilaj tn some LmJ of ma mini lalr, an i lier-arrie- out ht mirtiotiN ly HiHkinc nuliMrt ta .-"- - mI eerj iln ii.t foi hinwlf, Irtlt fir hi liee.lv' J,-Ar, y V im ijxtilk-irs. Ill the winter he hes 111 Miww, lmt ittitl hi Miin niers on hw e-tate neir the ilhipe of uimva Poltatm, in the proving of Tuli Hw houe COCNT TOLSTOI I the plainest pible tniit ure. white re ttugular nu I two toned bmlt of studied bruLv U ithout piazas, tornor external ornaintiiit of an Liu 1, it reMect the theoiif of its owner in its eere plain lies, Ini le tin flooi ai lytre, the furnitur plain -een heap atitl old fashioned. Keu u tures, exck4iiig here and there an engraed ir trait f Mme faont4 author, or an oil i mi lut ing of MMiie dea 1 ancestor are eiclu led Vo aut!itr in Itussta i- o much talked aUmt or so widel read as Omnt Toistou Tlieedu-ateil tla- buv hi Un)1.s ainl im-plet-s I the tens of thousand, aixl their on -oulation among the jtisniiL ivache into the uulhous. Tlie press of his own country at tai.k nn.l tlrfeud his theories of life with great j-pint and bittern That of other ooun tne comments upon them as cunons, to a the least. The erdict of educated societ m KuMa i for the mot part against lam In a iTcent numtwr of The Centuty Maga zine 5ft George Keunan describes h iit to the count. He found him working in th fields of a oor Height or, clad in lagg trouei of coarse homepuu linen, uch a the peaatiU wear, a white cot ton under shirt, without collar or nccL.rxhivf, and hea calfskin shoe, though the da whs a sultry one Rugged trvngth ami not Ieauty i bis h sical characteristic one which this uidaudonte garli enhanced rather than imUhel- The count feature. sas Mr. Kennaii mi be let de ntel as "molded with the tit aihl iolihetI with thvpu Lax.1 bhai brow shade siiiall, piercmg gr ete a nile, blunt ended no full i and thkk grar l-Anl ami mutathe, make up the face of this celebrated authr He ha had hu onu sufferings over hi lark of personal leaut, as all plain rsoiis are ure to metiines have, no matter what their gifts of head or splendorsi of -titiui When he was six tears ohi he heard his mother admit that be was a horneU bor. -I fan led w li say, that thtJT was no harpi iieN on earth for a j tenon with uch a whle iue, Mich thick liit, and bucb small gray eetts I bad I beought G1 iti work a miracle and turn me into a Uwut, ami all I bad in the present or might bale in the future I woul I gte m exchange for a hand ftome face. The count vbook hands with the driver of tbedroshkt whkh conveyed Mr Keuunu to theboue, not 'u a patronbung but thoroughly friendly maimer. His evemug are often sjtent in cobbling the shoes of hi, poor iteih borK. Hi eldest daughter shares hi views with rerard to manual toil, and work m the fit-Ids of an jkhm- neighbor who Is in nerd t f j usitaiHa in a peaaut dress of bright scarlet i-ut low in the neik all around, and braided hair "I lielieve," says the count, 'that it is every man dutr to labor for others who need as feltauce, and to w rk at least a part of every dav with his bauds It is better to actuall labor for and with the poor lu their jwrtiou lar employment than it is to work In our own higher and possibly more remunerativ e, intellect ual fieUl, and then give ttie poor the ivsult of 3 our labor In the one case you not only help the people who need belj, lut ou set the poor ami idle an example; you show t hem lhnt you do not regard even their pio tsaicuul as beueath your digmt, ami vou thu teach them elf respect, hidustrj anil contentment witli their lot. If, on the other band, you worL exclusitely in your own higher intellectual field and gire the poor the results of your labor, as you would give alms toalggar, you encourage idleness and de endence; you establish a social class distinc tion letween yourself and the recipient of ouralnu; OU break, down his self isiert and self reliance, and ou inspire him with n longing to escaie from the hard ctmilitious of bis own life of dailv phsical toil and to share your life, hich be thinks is easier than hi; to wearjourciothe, which seem to bun let ter thin his &I"I ta gain admiatuon to your tal class, which he regards as higher than hi That is not the wa to help the poor or promote the brotherhood of man " The i sou nt basexinenced a liange of at titude toward the teachuigof ChrisL That tt-aching, rightlv understood, he now believe f uniLhes a reasonable solution of some of the daiket problem of human life Hi doc trine of lion reitaiice to evil is, he asert, iu accordance with the teachings of Christ and the results of human experience. He de clates that v loleniv, as a means of redesing wrongs, is not Hi)y futile, but an aggravation of the original eiL since it is the natuie of violence to multiply and reproduce itself in alldirertiinx. He thinks Theodore Talkers "Discourse of Matters Pertaining to Religion" the most remarkable effort of the American mind in that fit-Id W riting of himself be fays: I do not pr-ach issKnatel,as I dviie todofo Thtt which I sav i not preacLmg; it l o.nI my at tempt to find out the meaning and th sig iilhcalieeof life," L. it ILLINOIS' FIRST GOVERNOR. MiutlmrU Ittind, a Half l-orxtteii States man and an Hon eat Man. Iecial CurreMmlenoe 1 "HAMPAtQt UK, July 28 Illinois, the fourth iiOMkiblj thinl tat in imputation aihl material proprityt has not reat lied the eeiitifth year of it ht&torj Of it:Vrf,M4) Jnhabitann.romparativeU few piiutp-. realize that at the, Iwunnngof iLe er fury nearl its whole trmtorj via ill hKiun of tin? Indiana. A got eminent fort here and there, and In the southern portion a few stragghiig ettle luenlt, wax all tliat ixleemeil the whole region fnni being a complete wildernewi. For -oimj ean prior to 16C9 it constituted a art of the territoi of Indiana, but at th date mentioned the territon of Illinois wft orumzetl, and in the ear lSU wnt its first delegat to cnj;ieH. The name of tin dele gate was Shadrach Bond, a trong, wnsjble, igorous pioneer, in the pi inw of life. He wa born in FredencL county, Mary land, in int5, when? be opent hi earlier veiN n hi father's farm and meantime, acquired a plain English education. In 17 oung Ikmd, baring jusicome of ag, emigrated to the Illinois countrrend lived for a time with hb uncle, Miadrach Bond, hr., who bad made a home m the American Bottom, near KaLa-Lia- At Ai ton. Ills,, the bluff on "the eat wde of the Miivippl recede from the river and do not aijDroarh it till th mouth of ihttKii M --m ' .:.3ri4Sitr . mf. F fa '& 1 :,lk-.w! tHS!! ' Af"klt eaMjsl At C'lilw itetwu Che MllfT io I rn i th te i- (I ii I ft i It el tl lp ofiXMiittir arInj frnin leu in tlfteen mile in breadth m li a Uep, u h bhu L&oil of ex CeetUug feitiln un I i! iinl the i ill et tier tho Ainei i an Btt in Here Ure.1 at The l-uiiung of the etiturv jkerhHp ihiet fuuitus of the iiihahituiiti of the count m that todj compii- the Ktata of lllim-iv the French were the earliest settlor their unique ustoms and simple halitwere inipresstid upon nn I to tome degree fo lowed br the Ainerlcann who cirue Hter &nd gra hi all peopled the Bottom Ml Lunl of bear work, a harrtMing. house riini et w ,idone in iiuukii No one exite.i tiair f r 'il in lhehmet liell.ani if a neihlmr was ttiuken with1 sickliest hli fiiend gnthervd in and did up tiLs woik Flax was one of theronN iai-l and "us reour f r pilling at the same tune the whnt Ted rliei d sthegnl pulled flax it often hapeiieti that the ouug if Intth , heie from a whole iu lghborhood roiip-egteii at the tai le fain: houe in ban et tune The nlMJt wa cut with sfcklt an i reaj-, hooks b the voui er men, whne the Nmnd , shtavertweit Jtlieivil up an 1 put in shocks ! b thooitln aiiii U)s. j At iiou time ill laiuv in f ir dmnei, when, flrt of all oun, and olu, mnle and female, J went to tin Sjiii lg and washdi hands and ' fett, for nearlv eei one was ltanfot Then ith wlut piet4tes Uier gatheis.l nmn 1 the IkuiviI IjJmi table thit mi j rend j and waiting in the vnl under ha ie titi'sl 1 The tattle lm 1 le-n itnjroied b laving loose Uanls frequent) thoe that matte up j the sJes mil Utttoiu of the wagon bod ujion cns.- piece's, that in turn rested upon the forked ends of takes- driven in the ground These hoards were biuheii and K-ouivd till lhe were clean, when lhedihe that hi 1 lits.ii athnsl from all over the neighl"rbod wei-e put upon theiu. The heart harvesters, male and female, gathered I around ibis rude table an i were seated upn J leliches, rail and Iilw 1 he most Velteial le man at tlie table asked a b essiitg and ver , sotrn theiYxifter drank a glass of rum Hal tK'ttles of w hn h made a rt f e erv f a-t. j While vet a young man Bond wascho-en to the legisl itura of Indiana, of which Illinois then formed a part. Iu lMJ, as leIore men tionel, lie wt aent to t ashington as the first delegate from Illinois territorv to the national congress. Here be succeeded in getting an act Wsed by which settlers were enabled to ! pre-empt the Imd uim which the hal U ' cated and mmle improvements. Hitherto ever thing i elatmg to lands had been in a. chaotic state and no one knew what moment i h woul 1 liednren from bis new home About 1S14 Bond movcsi to Kakaskii and became tlieowiur of a large farm near that i place Forwwiie vaiN pieviou to this he ha 1 lived on a fine farm in what is now Mou I roe county In lei's Miadrarh Bond was choen the first governoi of the vigorous young state of HIi j nois that Lai jut been adiiutttsi into the , UnioiL His -topularity and many sterling ' traits of character t-nabled him to reach thu high place rt iou opposition lu this ud den transit.o'1 i.tjiou from a te-ntorv to statehood ir.i, i i Hrant nieasurea tame ut for consi leratiou, d great wre the rvspon si bill tie thrown u the shoulders of the executive, but -tterrthmg was met with cbatactei isti promptness and detenu) nation on the irt of (Sovemor Hind I AfU-r serv mg one gutierua tonal term Bond i wis apiimtel register of the land office at ' Kakaskia where he continued till old age ' overtook him still discharging the duties of , tbeotficetolht Ratisfaction of all con rued HediedApnIII l"vU with the loreanl re spect of everv ne who knew him Bond county in southern lUmoi irpctuates his name. Iiiitseailier hi tor this count, was very large, ami embraced muh territory that , ba since lweu organized into other counties. I Todav it is one of the smaller counties but within it lenient the pioneer in the lgiu ningof thecenturv was called upon to face main danger. One incident illustrative of this truth we w-fil give: In IMI a fauiilv of the name of Cox lived on Shoal creek not f ir from the present v illage of I'orahont v Tin same v uir, on the ill luy of June, the fatml v, saveu oui g iium an 1 girl had ocxni u to Itavvav fiom home whui n jiart if Indians sulleniy nisheil uion the cabin killtd the y uug man nu 1 attr uunglms: his left ituintht flr nnd arneIofr the. gul, to-i gethtr w it u some burse A pursuing iart imuilermg eight erons j whsooii nuide up, of which Col Fruit was captain and Henrv ox and Ben Cix nie-n-bers The in hails were overt ik en alrout Cftv mile north of SpnngtHd wbei. ae on Img to une nutratoi,a soitof bashful 4 fir.ht",eiisut-d, and 111 the excitement which attended this the voung girl bioke away . from her captor 111 i rm toward the whites i But while she was nWiug an Indian threw hia tomahawk ut her, infii-tiiig a severe wound of the luii. She, bpwever, re-iched her f 1 lend, and thev having meantime re- , covered motof the captured horses finallv ' all reached home 111 safUy The floor of the Cox cabin was stained with the blood of the j young man whom the Indians killed. The ' faml tvught to remove all traces of this b ( chipping out every blood ta n , Theraumstood for a grttt many ears, ' and a Etiemi near by ha ever since lvn known a C ixV briuch; but the mark of I the adze and a few rcm-iining purple stams were j-omUd out to the children of another I generation tc the spot where a pioneer shed I his bfeV blorxL Nor did thi fail to imprest the oung beholden with tho dangers in ' curred an Isiitrt-nngsiuduretl by thit hardr ban I of u.m nn 1 women, who. Liking their 1 lives m their band, were among the brst to open the wa toward the settlement of a great atid 11 mri-Ling conmounealth. C B JOHNHO!. Out In California, ncconlini; to The San Fmticlsco Alta, thev vvear t'.iaiblcrt while fating grapes to auJ blainmg the Hugcra nth the fruit. lOurte to a M ranger. l'ark Poluvmai. (to a tin-i locking in livid ual, aIeep on one of the heats at tht Batter) Hen, wake up No sleeping allowed here lired IHLinj IndiMdual (bewildered and rubbing hi eei Since wheu was sleeping) not allowed in 1-jtrmount iwirk? rohoeuau h' excuse me. I w 0U are from Philadelphia, isleepawa J Xew York Suiu 1 Hound by toiirteay. f MAhl 1 lg iardou, but our name is j Gra f he wild a lie met u man coimu out of the pftotliee -o, sir no sir 111 name is uot Gra j -0h ah it iti t, ebi ihen I beg jour panlon for !eggingour pardon r I vtroit , Ir ret iiv?s. Cutneri In Oangrr. "I suppose the ttual np of mi miner nuis ances is frbowm," up iHumii here. Farmer Jones. Havo vou strrck the auiaUui ho tognipher etP Xotet but 1 1 xpect to I ve got a club read for 111111" brakes Iagaz111e TbU Will M11U UutrliersCrowI. I eet sailhuiith Iiokmgover the mar let n port "that, nnjiortHd bologna sausago remains firm " Humph " ejaculuteilJones. 0f course it ls flnn Did onptr kuovr a bull dog to let goP Newman lnlejitiident. Willing to lake 11vll1i11c I.Ue "Hanging is too t1"- f or ou, said a juilge to a condemned man I know it iV r jilted thetrisoinr franklv, 'and if 30U can tu gest an thing !, ju lgef joucairt do it tto quick Dmke Magazine. The I'lenlc. A Texas xnt sums up a pn nic as follows Xies and slnh and tlies, 3lan an nrchjn whacked Trts an 1 lreeze and sueexe, Antl uianv a tletnut cracked. Cukei and 1 ikes an 1 (makes, Jsoine water and sour tuuks Cream nnd screams and dreams. And empty jiocketbooka. Kxchange A PIN. Oli, I kfiw j s t 11 ti inuit who 11 inLouetl Wltlltlfg ! itut she tills 11 ie th in ire terror than a racing li mm II The t ttle InlU n n up and d w n 1117 r Ine w hen rer mtsi Thouirh te ms-iw a ct-utte creature an 1 he vtr irtm ud 1 1 eii An 1 she his a tlioiiati I Tirtm-s an 1 mt ne o- kn tnt.Ltt siti Hut she 1 the sort tf person ou could hleo to a Iu An 1 slie pricks roii an I he sticks you In a way that an t tie tal J AHh 11 v m e L. t ruluithi hurt jui whv ou tniiut t II nd Hie I en 1 Hnt .s till onwith beinifrt n1exnptrat mg tiiiii -If auxUhIt rik vou whr jou reutl) cm t ex 1 IaIii X. pin it mi h a tlnv thing f thit tht r is no d mt t et, when tt' siukltii Iu your flrh, jotire w reU bed till U wilt hei womb rf ill ly tit iservmg when she meets a I rtttv Rirl hhe fahtariireto tell her if her King is out of curl Vul t-k is omit.ithttit to her friend win iniHlt jt-liiurts!, 1h I .rfu n liejnt r. nmrkiug, " IVar, u 1 -ok so wrii an I tired And she is a tatvful critic, for ou estenlay slie evtsl The new iln" I wa tiriuf with a woman nat ursl 1 ri le nd tif sai 1 Oh li w beiNtiniog u 1 then soft! j a I led it I reuNr a misfortune tliat the tHMjue is such a fit" Tlien she catd, If ki ha.1 lu ard me etereve, I m sure, mv fri ud You wot ill sa I am udiaui) lou wtukuows how to defen I ' An I sht left me with the fw ling most unpleas ant Iuver That the wh tie worl 1 would depLse me If It ha I uot teei ft r her Whenevtr I encounter her. In su h a nameless wa Mt. nts nn tle iiiiprHiuiiou 1 am at in) worst Hut da Mid Hk hat that was imported (and that cost mo halt a sonnet) ith just once glance from her rcunJ ees be- cunies a lMwery ttomtet, Sthe f aln-avs bright and smiting, sharp and shin iuir for a thrust Use dues nut eem to blunt her point, nor does the gather rust. Oh I wish suire hapless speciuiencf mankind would l-gin To tldr upthe worll for ma, by picking up this pi a. Ella Wheeler Ucor in Th Century What He Had tn His Haaket lie was one of thoe Ion;, thin, diied up fellow, with a parchment skin mil sharp f ve, and a sharp noe who aie always pry fug into things. It w a on the Saucelito lvtt an 1 a fellow cime on board with a basket and sat down near hue Thei-e was some thing very Important in the liasket. for the fellow kept peering in all the time and look ing to see If the lid was securel fastened Ihe sharp nosed man liegan to fuel nu in terest, ant hi cunosit kept ihii higher ald lllhel. Until wtwil the fellow bad peest into the tiasket for the fiftieth tune be couldn't ttand it au loncer ! lieg your pinion, but oure so lu to-rested tit tuat basket jou real! excite tile. bat liave vou got iu iti" The fellow luoktil ut him a moment. I il tell ou, certainly You won't giv it awaT I give vou inv word "Well it's a uongamo mongai-o' And what is a mongaroor You don't know what a mongaroo i? A mongaroo ls an animal fouud 111 Africa that lives entirely on snakes. Atid how are you going to get snakes for it to eat'" "Oh you see Tm takm; it to my brother IleV a conrlrmed drinker, and" "Hut 1 dont see" Well he's alwavs seeing saakes an 1 I'm going to" "But how can this animal live on Im aginary snakes? 0b, this h an imaginary niongnroo Then the nhaip nosed man went into the cabiu anl ut down opposite u gul who is t-ui postsl to lie in tvaucehtu foi change of air, but comes over here four da out of the week San KrancisvO Chronicle. Hie I'ower of linaclnatlnD. A lawer dnving along a country rood aketl a woman who was walking in the fame direction which wav be bad totuinto reach B lue woman gave hmi directions and added that fcho was going in that direct n.n and would point out the wav A11 right, good wumrfU," haid the lawer, "jump up. better bad coin pa 11 than none.1 AlUr jogging some miles further the woman de scended and thanked him for the drive. "llav v I nuth further to go ere I reach the 13 roadPasked the limb of the law 0h, ou pasMed it some two or three miles back, was the answer, "but as I thought bad com jiany better than none I brought ou on " Unidentified llp 'Lm u I Ittle TLtln. -Yes,r said Mr Mally sadiv, "I Iot my case lot It by the injudicious language ut my lawyer, Mr Lall Why", bow was that, Mr Mallyr "Wbj , w hen my law ei was closing his nr gument he thought to make a good pohit b taying 'Let justice be done though th beav ens fall ' " I shouldn't think that would have injured our case " "It did, foi the lawer 011 the other side iu closing fcaid Fiat justitia, mat calum That settled the buiiness with the jury, and 1 ha 1 to iiy damages " Boston Courier A New fuller). "What does t his ng mean, Barnlior AVelI, mi-isa, I heard so much 'bout r vant-N vvearm liblfr that I jis done louc,ht oueut a second hand Moie Howoti like VmP Texas Siftmb. DEACON BURDETTE. Hla Talk Out of Church on Current Topics. WLIVFR LS FKOTtt RICIIE4. -'ivat imseNsi ui may bring great inisfor tunes' Tho wis man is sometimes corret t Oulysix month ago a man in Ohio was left n fortune of fTOotim) bv the death of his fataei Antl aliva i his brothers, sisters and ooiisin lmegne into court and proved th it the 1111ns fatht rim 1 three wives at one tin e, that he died head un 1 ears in debt to all his relatives, that his fortune was dishonest! ole tamed and that he was a dcfaulte- to tho government, that he had been violent! iu haneat eveial periods of bfc life and was in a condition of hojelesimbeciIitVat the time he made this will, that the man forged this will an bow and that he was not able to tuke care of mi h a ptojtertv iu iinv case, Uing hiins'lf little better than an iliot He lias till a little of the inouev lefr, but be leaves it out on the doorstep ever night, iu the hope ihatfomebodv will come alon and tel it Till- VVFVK POINT IN THE KV IDFVrE. "Atxllve minutes of 11 o'clock, on the 11th of June, I ohaU drop dead, said Cluirle Kirt Ian 1, of Piqua, Ohio, eleven ears ago And at five minutes to 11 oclotk on the morning of June 11, IS7, a baker's wagou ran over Charles and lnke his leg. Drop breail, vra wliat Charles maut to say when he Struck out in the pruphecr buauiess. ylMl ursrrsr irnr-i tht nrTni l" 1 '- il I Hi N Jlie I I fe f Kill 1" tli In (hen 1. i uir l tlettiwl linn tht entiie iimv nu 1 n-t. I 11 men stilf eveiv sjiIiIi t un. l.i mm in4 th sutler 111 the tent uiiie . UtaLaziiM lul rv I the w:u the trit-s.t war artn)eau mv mil twelve enrs and fi tn months nl t some eple lit-heve- in a seitind j rolm!i n foi the hitlieii Not mu h thev eem to git their beiven Imv a nrciiini ut tiii- t to When a Chiuaman eirnetl pre-s a viitoi to stiv to ilinuti the victor t tlien nw ne tint hi is not w mtts-1 and trnihtw iv be goes b iim In nien -a the iiiwlitiiti to remain to du tier however i-onlmlli jlnisl ofttn means jut what it dies among the It 11 n he it hen I nt ttliMt ioil fl ri.n. i " 1 "" " ' tk. f VllOlV lllt. u)ifi if mum. -tn uo I wbei it nu an "go " In om resists the heathen hold ana overu. Tilt TKAMP Slw paretl, wild hstle step he mOTisl al lf- To w ht -e the n s-lhnie mantltsl all the door, Vnl toseil its rest le.H ha lows on the tl -or. His i lie breath escaping in a s.n riore toents of Old To 11 Jiiut)er aloDf- l sn lxth feet lie hiiiped n traTi I mire tor aim h asU.sJ ale them anl aiel for more And lingered vet the tuinqtiet to prolong, W hile I felt envv of his Ume an t brawn Ku I 1 is li t hfr so free from to I or care, u 1 th I not know till after If was rone. Thai he h id t ikeii with hun mv tst ialr Of summer clt the an 1 other 111(117- to pawn, Aud drifted ttlly oft we knew not where Ab, would thit 1 tikw him might come and go. As b rds aud w in Is and UiJ iwa t;o and come. Careless if all thmc ad or burdensome. Living as i IU at fair lilies gr w Besl Ie the dream r river umh rmis flow , t morn await netl l the h IIow Jnnn Of jwrtniltre iu the thicket b the hum Of over buv leat iiooutime s glow. Lulled to m midda) ulunit'er ill tte uod( Iironehke to rat tVw-U byothentstt re.1 To hvt with birds aud winds m bn therhood, I fashiuu plate the ck-ibei line,, and m liotird Ihe farnttr t are hut ah it Is uokkI, 1 have nolutk I woul Iget caulu an lucured. Juit His Said. Mr lesiiklv 1 as alle.1 upi)n liobb s sis ter and is waiting for that Vcung la 1 to make her nppearano it bbv enteis iu the meantime leSi Llv with a grin-How dedo Bohbv Dcmt 0u knotv nu (""ome and tell im what's tn nvne Ik.bb Well sir if it ain't ju-t as Sis said, vou haven't sense enough to know what your name is If ou'U wait a minute. I II find out f or vou 1 bea-il pu sa he ha 1 vou ou the lit so I cuess be tnut know vuur name lexa Sifting. Home, sweet Home. She (thoughtf ulh ) George, dear, are there not time 111 v our life when the pathos nnd truth of tint inot Uautiful of all n)1in, IIomt svvt home, then is no place like home," apjK ar to ou w ith startling vivi Ines, and till voui soul with longiugf He (a liasvkill plaei) Ye, indeed, iar ticularly whcnl mouthml le with two men out Xow Yc rk Sun A New Kind of Ptnral" Poetrr. -An, ou Ion 1 of jmeirv M. Fotpat lndeetl 1 am. Mis IVrt,espT-ciall pastora Ktry "Pastoral poetrv Have ou a volume of itr To l?sun- the hvmnal, vou know; it's madt upof verses bv all the pastors of out church Yonkers laiti it. A "tarlatiojv of Hood. 1 reniemlier I reineftiT That loardms hose Krkirti. Tte little -umU where ir- until Of hash came if) il id ru. I mind the biokeu iv kl& g The mattres.;iLe n n-k. The Mrvnt jirl from Uont? ttire, h se face w ould i.top a k.k I remember I r memter, Ttie gutta ien.ha 1 en Tliev used tos.rveas ihit k ofspnu. To thirteen htingr men. Wei lasted it withdrnanilte. We vexed it I nes full sre. In aiu taservetl up fncaeed, Ir t r tw o tr three tlav i more I rememUT, I ivm-ntN r The next room fiendUh wight, W ho imictlccd the H tint cornet roni eurlv morn tilt niht We &ttd Ins drearv 1V k a boo," s eel iole and more Hut when d trisl "W- Never hpeaW," We a,ijed lu las gure 1 remmtn, I rememter. The length V HeeU bill, Ievivel b ine with ahxi t lertaad The j ni j touts of a ihllk I als. tall to mind Lae uEeht, W heu nj one viiLN A ut, W he 11 11 ! pa 1 dTropJ'd ni truuk. And thn unh the dark kij ;st out .--hua.ti ilerald. One y of I sftrliic It. Has Hnrpers Hilar "Our lanme U fiingularlj tifrt-ient w hHt no wtrd t represent fiant-e 01 Uancee, 'my daughters beau1 in ol I faOnoned, imy daughter's youu man' is ery countntled mj daughters IoeiJ isfcfarcely a proper plunge, so webae to Ipeat about the Lush unless uv adopt the French word." A. N'orrUtown jouth do-eui't exrieuce the thflii ultv col lplained of lt The Bazar lie tails him -that umulj duIe nho sMett ou iu sifter," and lets it o at that Xorrislown Herald. I'rrlty Xir. "Ilrfn hii en-- of sun. troLe En town this weekf he uktil of the lo tvho was hbluing bU tfootx "Not tpuite, sir " Was wine one almost oercomef Yes. sir See heie This u where ine mother hit me over the head with a tioard, Aiid for three minutes 1 tlidn't knuw east from west. 1 guess that's tbetlosrst share anjbodj lias had this e-k "Detroit Free Fre-s. III IIii4tnr4 OunllflrMtlnnii. Father Well what can juu sa for tlw joutig iuan liu;her Hes omigniKt hatidmie mid has gtuxl hu-itiet ichiht Kuthet How do jou know an tiling aUut hi huuiess (pialitUutMuof Daughter hv , he has figured out for mo time and tune aaiu how nnvl wecouUet nlolu if '! would innke u a present of f.V)tM) Jude lu Mirilmr' lErclirrt lie Olrrles. Ill the most rechenhe cirtles of 7aii7i lull the Lulu s Meir gold doll irs on rings instrtetl in thtir Hosts, and the more plil dollars 1 woman we irs the uioret clusio tlu tonitUr& lit rsclf. V worn in who cm Mriiig tumtj tixior thirlj k-jilil dolltrsoii her nose rin is aikmmUsUtsl to lie .1:1 aristocril from uvwtj luitk, mid un miuW lurless fiorvtl M-tir uith iinpunit New ork Tribune. A lolored man who is lOTi jtnrs old. mil Trim ouie Linked A u-liinton's hot-, was discovered the othtr duj liiXsfl.Mlle, Touu MM ' I j KHT' V IvtK I NVA 3 WHAT RIGHT HAVE YOU TO BE SICK? HAVE YOU TRIED EVERY MEANS TO BE CURED? ON FRIDAY, Dr. ALBERT or MM MEDICI INSTITUTE, OF CLEVELAND, LAGONDA HOUSE, SPRINGFIELD, Where he can be consulted until 9 P. M. sojvce it:ela.:rs -A-G-o, When Dr. Albert was pursuing his studies at the Medical Colleges connected with the LEADING HOSPITALS He saw how thousands of the afflicted came from all parts of the country to place themselves under the care of the distinguished specialists attached to the staff of the hospital and college. This led Dr. Albert to think seriously of the thousands of other invalids who were detained at home by limited means, busi ness engagements and other circumstances, which would render impossible a long journey and a pro tracted sojourn in a strange city, and he decided then and there to I DEVOTE HIS ENERGIES To the attainment of a skill and experience which would enable him to treat successfully those forms of disease which bafflle the skill of the ordinary local physician, and then to place his knowledge and experience WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL By a combination of rare intuitive powers with patient study and the widest experience, Dr. Albert is singularly well-fitted to assertain the nature of the MOST OBSCURE S COMPLICATED DISEASE AND TO APPLY THE REMEDY. Now, unless you have consulted Dr. Albert and he has told you t!.at there is no hope, you have no moral right to abandon your effort to be cured. OUSTS DLOTIE WORD: It may be that you are suffering from a disease of so delicate a nature that you do not care to reveal it to your physician. If such is the case, do not fear to consult Dr. Albert. You will find him kind and sympathetic in his ways and so gentlemanly that your embarrassment will be en tirely removed. KEEP IN MIND THE DAY AND DATE OF DR. ALBERT'S VISIT TO SPRINGFIELD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, ONE DAY ONLY. Parties treated by mail or express, but where possible, personal consultation is preferred. Those who are unable to call on Dr. Albert, can send for List of Questions, by addressing, with postage, THE ALBERT MEDICAL INSTITUTE, SUPERIOR STREET. NEXT TO POST OFFICE. CLEVELAND. O LYON A HEALYj State . Monpoc art , wmii in IJW1 1 - - r .t. Tp4aikU . a . , t . lft L IL..iL A TWinil ma. MrrtOM DeMltlT emt1 kr UatmnlcIVrrTvlllUers. Ct. Hrb Mliclb Co., 19 N. llU 4 ' K P LU51 J 0 B AND AUGUST 5th, this WILL BE AT THE IF THE COUNTRY, lyAa0ff.Trv.lfvwr laTbotiuu4 tnrni W W m ljl'f lCf EUAUOU I- ! . fSLAAllaf w tiani loo t n I nil tma 1 1 dsntactwerorObUirfXltonaciui bi uog! .S2S& SEMINAL PASTILLES, l).l(..lfVAt..ltV.k,l.t. " okAndllrn. Tnt.l fnrl intnsnln wtST Uumaandoasn thr absolute! 7 ne'erry r-waatnrtlT CM andhrpkPTt down mm tntbo fnjl enjonnratot perfect and full MnJy Strength and iporooallaalth. T thoM who Knj-r from f lioninnTObcn-,lisae nrwuhtaboat by lndifretionLioim,lTeiiaia Vork.ortoofrt In lalernf, wak that 70c fend OS mil r mmwiin itt wmi lot roar inroojB,aaaoi,uiw LALPACltAOK IRPM. wthlUnstdramcUto. RUPTURED PERSONS con hav FIUI m iuh .i K NERVOUS DEBUTY Once hanilv known as a distinct s il ieit of meliral treatment hxs dcveloiied to in alarming exit nt tn the pn-tnt igv The restless, feverish burr of Vtnerlcatt life. Hip influence of which Ls felt even in the most reinot- districts, afforrls conditions peiuliarl) favonbh- for the development of this distressing nffliction Among the siiiitouis are a dull, -litres"! mind a partial deafness or rlngittg in the ears, often erroneousl attributed to colds oeca sional dimness of siiht; a tired, litless feeling at times when one should feel most refreshed, as upon rising In the morninr. Other coin mou symptoms ire a loveof oh tude, a proneness to melancholy thoughts , inordinate bashfulness; nervou-mess sud den twitchingsof the mucles in the neck, ami other parts of the body, pain ami weakness in the loins and back. If not cheeked In time, the entire nervous sstem becomes deranged, its delicate machinery refuses t act, and the reult Is mental 1m becilit, insanity, death in life, a fate more horrible than any form of death. But If taken in hand in tune, its progress can be stayed, and If not too far advanced, its ravaces can be repaired. DR. ALBERT has et to fail in a single (rve of Xervous Deblht) which he has undertaken. He knows no such word as fail. cs Vo falie ene of delicacj pin it ills DR. AI.IJEKT tromofferlnEbN'nIce-i!othoM5 who are suffering from anj form of this malaiij. .Many phjslciani, from a foolish ami reprehensible ftar of oifemling the fas tidious, fall to Kie proper attention to this subject, and to direct the notice of the pub lic to its danicerous character. The victim of this dleae is of all men mo-t miserable. Shorn of hN nnnhood, like feamp-mn of old, b the Delilah of impropir indulgence, he drairs through the brief period of Ins life, the shadow of a man. To Midi a one, of either sex. a happy nnmaite is impossible; for them, the jojs of famil life ran neer exist he can neer enjoi that blissful I communion w hit h an AIIme Crtator has ordained as the rew ard of irtue and el f tontrol, and as the mcins of perpetatinij the human rare. IU.-I1 jouth, pause in jour ret. k less career ere it is too late ' Hj ii wise tmire o( treatment, ailipted to jour aice, sex and pliinil condition, tho tone of jour sjstem can be raided, the ten dency to Impure thoughts remoed, and the strength and tiijor of health restored to tho debilitated organs DR. ALIJERT ha.s deiotrd years to the stud of the best methods of treating the xarinus forms In which this disease manifests itelf he treats eery case on its otd merUs and thousands today join In thankimc him for the new lease of life his skill has opened up to them. EPILEPSY OH FITS. This dread maladj has only recently yielded to the all-conquering advance of medical science. For years baflilni: the skill of the plij-slcian, dm Ins the victim to despair and death, and still a sealed book to a laree portion of the profession, this disease has at length j lelded to the hand of progress. Wheu promptly undertaken and properlj treated. It can be cured. Left to take lis course. It, too, often ends In Idiocy, Insanity and sudden death. None but its Uetims can appreciate its horror". Many phjsicians are able to relieve this ' disease, and to cause a temporary cessa tion of thesj mptcms ; but DR. ALBERT'S method stands unri ailed in the respect that the ones he effects are thorough and permanent The patient whom DOCTOR ALBERT has once pronounced thoroughly cured, need neurfear a return of tre dis ease. IIU cures Apeak for themsehes, and , thousands of his former patients through out the state will bear bini out In this asser tion. Avoid um uupuMtton at pmeouou nmm lufiurw uuuiin ana ail v"it. www "-uy irj iiuiPMnuiirii umj l eo a MJ Kfc KIM ut Uial U3 ICLtitU tOUCaiMla. (Lira hi 1ntpfM wun aaeatMa w t uidml or mu mi W OrlQOOIIVUUCUCC laUfVIT g QUStfed OB KHufic bedical rnttcinlM. Rw dm- Jr aneac 1 ft 1 1 without dU? Tht ftuunl laamoBiortna hnman oiraainn mtorvd Tha 1 and rtjwUy tain boh anutt aad haalk HARRIS REMEDY CO.. 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