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I have no nerd of a matoly ship,
No four ol n Mutely ship,
In ehosen books i lake my trip
Willi tin' uoodllost eonipnuy:
And whether I of Southern skins
Or the wealth of mi Eii'tern port.
I tuny see t ho world through an author's
May dwell In rtinip or court.
Through wonderful sketch books that lie
long To an artl"t friend of mine,
I visit tin1 plnees of legend nnd song
So Inninin along tho Khinc;
I breathe I ho spli it of old romance
As iill the Northern main:
I trend tiro vlnp-4'lnO vnlesof h'nmce,
And look for my castles in Spain.
Tim hour of Venetian gondoliers,
A they guide tln'lr moonlit bouts,
1 seem to hoar, or the mountaineer's
Tyrolean echo nol".
1 may new the heather's purplo plumes
Among the tun k m and bines,
Or wander where tho primrose blooms
Along the English ways.
I seek tho Land of the Mldnltrht Sun,
Or trace the source of Hie Nile;
I Unci the cedars of Lebanon,
Or Htudy Crete awhile.
Whenever I tiro of time and tide,
No matter how far I roam,
I have only to lay my book usldo
To find myself at home.
Tho world Is wide, and thn world Is fair,
And heroes (food to nee.
But a heart hand home, and friends to share,
Are uli,l In' world to me;
And to Kirh lit vain for foreign nights
There surely In no need,
An long rh people live to write,
And 1 tuny In c to lead.
"I won't!" sit'ul Kflio Slivtton, giving
her jaunty ffanli'ii hut a twitch, mm
.folding her jrlunit) pink anus ilctianlly;
"it's no use. to talk 1 can't stay in tho
bouse and lo a carved imago of dignity
all my days, and if your fa.-lidious Mrs.
Hastings don't like 1t, slio may whit
tle'." "You want to disgrace us all." said
her elder sister, Mildred, drawing her
black eyebrows tnjrether, "dijrrinjr in
that old garden" like a ridiculous tom-v
boy as you are, just where all the neigh
bors can see! Mrs. Hastings says '
"I don't care, if slio docs," interrupt
ed Kflie. stulling a packago of need into
her apron pocket. "I always did want
a chance to do something; and, what's
the use of renting a suburban cottago
and paving n good prieo for a pieeo of
ground" with it if you daren't grow a
low onions or a bit of hpinach for
"I doubt if you'll havo tho chaneo
long," sighed Mrs. Stretton, a thin,
faded woman, with a perpetually wor
ried expression; "tho rent is too high; I
don't tiiink we can stay "
"Now, unit her!"
Mildred jerked herself up from her
lounging position on tho green damask
covered sofa and kicked over a footstool
with gathering ill-temper.
" o must Mav, at least until "
"Until whenV" weakly nsked Mrs.
Stretton, who had a nervous dread of
Iter dark-browed daughter's temper.
"Until Mrs. 1 1 .-M inns' brother comes
home," admitted Mildred, a vivid blush
btaining her handsome face. "Mie
promised to bring him to e( w, hut
bhe is soexelithive, it is positively tu'ecs
sury for us to keep up every appearance
of elegance. And here's Kllie doing her
best to upset it ull. If shu only would
cultivate a little dignity "
"I would rather cultivate cabbages,"
averred Kflie, tipping her pert head on
one side to straighten her hat, winch
, a habit of sliding about in every
. -.f-.. ....... I Hi... tl ta.i l
pou a Jjcttor chance wlieu luo hero
Mui me rvuit "uyvuov ""-fa"
J OARSHOUSt I
ll I llTAl BOUND TO RISt,
"Bother tho rent!" retorted Mildred,
crossly, settling back comfortably on
the sofa and paying no further attention
to her mother. Hut Eflle, trotting un
digniliodly down the garden walk with
a pan of seeds in one hand, a hoo in
tho other, nnd her hat sliding over ouo
ear, paused a moment thoughtfully.
"l'oor jumnmy, she's always wor
ried!" film sighed. "I ought to do
something to holp her."
''Your sister seems to enjoy out-door
rxerci.se," remarked the exclusivo Mrs.
Hastings, who had honored the Strct
tous with an afternoon call.
"Yes,"' smiled .Mildred, waving her
fan with languid grace; "sho is such a
dear little romp has such a fancy for
amateur gardening, and "
There was a sound of banging doors,
a frisky clatter of light heels in tho hall,
ami Kllie's fresh voice was heard, clear
"Mammy! Mildred! where are you?
I've found a way to pay the rent. They
are starting a pieklo manufactory in
that large building across tho fields,
and they're going to buy all tho onious
n ii I gherkins in the neighborhood."
A demented-looking young ludy, in
nu untidy white apron with ono pocket
ripped oil', a cloud of light hair down
her back and a newspaper in her hand,
bounced into tho drawing-room, never
doubting that the voices sho heard there
were, thoso of her mother nnd sister, but
perceiving tho visitor, dropped her pa
per nnd stood star'ng in dismay, nnd
iinally catching her sister's disconcerted
looks and furtive frowns, she bit her lip
and lied lroni the room with swift tears
of mortification dimming her sunny
"Hut I'll grow all I can in tho garden
nnd make some money all the same,"
was the rcllection that consoled her.
Anil thereafter Kflio devoured trea
tises on vegetable culture, and dug,
spaded, and raked her bit of garden in
defatigably, and si range to say, in spite
of her inexperience, her onions nour
ished and multiplied until the long beds
were crowded with the smooth, shining
roots. A freckled youth dwelling hard
by was the delegate at whose hands the
pickle-making establishment daily re
ceived baskets heaped with the results
of the young lady's toil, while the fair
gardener herself made weekly trips to
the manufactory for collecting purposes.
The Autumn days had come and
were fast departing, and one evening
Kflie came home with a glow in her
cheeks and eyes.
"I I've had an ofl'er," she confessed,
"from the manager of tho pieklo fac
tory." 'Tor Heaven's sake!" wailed Mildred,
dropping limply back in her chair, "has
it come to (his? I knew something
dreadful would come of your low-bred
tastes but this is too much."
"Hut, Mill," urged Kflie, "he's good,
nnd handsome, nnd "
"Don't tell mo what hois! Ho is in
a horrid, vulgar business that is suf
ficient." "Lady and gentleman for missus,"
a n nou need t ho new servant-girl from
the girl. "1 tolo 'em you's in the sct
tin'room, 'n they rould come in."
"You needn't mind us, you know,"
nnd it was Mrs. Hastings who swept in
to the room, "l'vo brought my brother
"Why. Mr. Hardy," fluttered Ellie,
turning pinker than a rosebud. "He's
the manager of the pickle-factory," sho
explained to her astonished mother and
"lertamly! said tho young man,
holding Kliic's hand tightly, "for a
time. The real foreman met with an
accident, and I being a partner' in the
all air, and the company could not find
anyone to fill his place, I consented to
accept it until he was able to do so,
partly to keep it open for him. and part
ly because I was tired of laziness and
felt, a longing to be useful."
"And he gave all his salary to tho
poor man's family to support him until
he could work again," broke in Mrs.
"Hut I would be a foreman all my
life rather thau miss ono experience I
havo had," said Mr. Hardy. "Tho
question is, Mrs. Stretton can I havo
"I think sho has settled the question,"
answered Mrs. Stretton, with a gentlo
laugh, the wony fading out of her faco
"And poor mammy won't havo to bo
bothered about rent any more, will
she?" Kllie asked, pleadingly of her
"No, indeed! nor about anything
else. And you won't have to earn your
living any more by cultivating onions,"
with a kiss on the rosy mouth.
And Mildred realized that she had
missed the chance she had watched for
nil the summer, while Kllio hoyden
Kflio had planted onions, paid the
rent, and won a sensible, appreciative
Eravo BoyS nt Niagara,
Last week a party of (ierman.s stop
ping at the Frontier House, Suspension
Hridgu, among whom was Morits Wit
rncr, a wealthy brewer from Sexton,
(.ermany, visited the "Maid of the
Mist" landing for the purpose of taking
a bath. At this point, it will be remem
bered, thn current is very rapid, and to
oim not accustomed to the place it is
perilous to venture in. Mr. Witnier,
knowing nothing of. tho water's depth,
or tho swiftness of the current, got out.
too far, and would havo been carried
down the rapids but for the" timely as
sistance rendered by two lads named
Henry and William Hodgcrs, sons of
Mr. Henry Hodgcrs. of the Canadian
Customs llouse at Clifton, w ho arrived
upon the scene as the man was sinking
for the third time; the boys seeing the
man in danger at once jumped into the
water, and after a hard struggle succeed
ed in rescuing him. William was the
first to reach the drowning man, who
grasped him by the neck with a death
grip and drcw'hlni under. Henry had
by this time reached the scene, nnd,
bving, managed to release the drown
ing iw hold of his brother, after
winch the boys..- i. in irfttin"- him
ashore, the whole party bciir ,
ly exhausted. Witnesses of tho a flair
say it was one of the most gallant res
cues ever performed on tue Niagara
Uiver.-Xittynra Fulls (!nt:lk,
A driver in tho Troy firo department
has invented n contrivance by which hi
burses are unharnessed by simply pull
lug the reins.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDfrKSDAY MORMNO. SEPTEMBER 20, 1882.
Sheep and Improved Tanning.
Sheep have playod a most important
part in thn improvement of the soil in
all civilized countries. At an early
period, sheep were kept mostly for thoir
wool in all countries; but as populations
increased, nnd greater demand was
mado upon tho soil to furnish food, mut
ton became tho principal object of sheep
farming, and wool tho incident. Dur
ing this transition state, skillful breed
ers mado a long, careful, and practical
study in Improving the carcass and its
early maturity. Instead of keeping
sheep to their full ago as breeders and
producers of wool, tho most persever
ing effort was made to mature them for
a profitable market at tho earliest dale.
This was dono by judicious selections in
breeding, and tho most generous feed
ing. The sheep, liko other animals,
was found plastic in tho hands of askill
ful breeder and feeder. It was soon
found that tho improved Southdown and
Cotswold could bo lilted for tho most
profitable market at from six to fifteen
months old, except thoso required for
breeders, nnd these were most profitably
turned at four to fivo years old, instead
of at seven or ten years.
Tho consumption of mutton is in
creasing in this country, especially in
our largo cities, and it has become prof
itable to supply this demand. It. is
profitable, first, because tho price is re
munerative, and secondly, becauso it is
promotive of good husbandry tho im
provement of the soil. National Live
Lewistown, Pa., has a lad nearly
twenty years of ago who has never
spoken to his fattier. Ho seems to bo
possessed of a natural antipathy to so
doing, and yet says that should he ever
be Monipteil to address tho old man he
shall speak freely. A quarrel which tho
parents had during the mother's preg
nancy is said to be responsible for tho
stiange state of atl'airs, the mother at
that time not having spoken to her hus
band for a full year.
A Wroug Tlnwy.
Samuel Shin has learned a lesson
which will remain froh in his mind if
he lives to be ten thousand years old.
As he ont'Tod the bulge to arrange tho
chairs and benches for the opening oi
tho regular Saturday night meeting, he
discovered a big watermelon on the.
stove. Samuel is not always a respecter
of the, rights of properly" His every
day theory is: "To the'limlcr belongs
the watermelon." Having no doubt
that this fruit, had been left behind by
some member at the hist inueting, and
hoping that he had time to devour the
whole of it before any one, should come
in, Iki proceeded to business. Scarcely
had he laid hands on the melon before
there was an explosion which upet
everything in the room and landed
Samuel under the lavender bench forty
feet away. He received three culs on
the nose, two on the chin, had his wool
badly frizzled, and it will be seven
weeks before he will be able to wink
with bis left eve.
"(iem'len, I trust dat dis lesson
will sink deep into ycr hearts an' be
tooken fur a solemn warnin'," said
Brother Gardner, as he opened tho
meeting. "In do fust place do pusson
who lets his curiosity lead him aroun'
by do nose will trabble in the swamps
as often as on de highway. In do nex'
place, he who lias no respects fur de
rights of odder. will often fin' posses
shun a dangerous thing. Had Brudder
Shin st I oil" a distance of ten feet an'
bin content to g:izo on dat mcllvon an'
let, his moid water ober de ideah of
what was inside, he w ould not at dis
minit be in' on a bench in de anty
rooin with his bead on a paint-keg an'
his heart grievin' fur do long ago. Envy
nin de fodder on which a small-minded
man exiMs. .Jealousy am do weapon of
a man who hasn't brains 'null' to pull
himself up. Avarice am a feelin' bor
rowed from de hog. We will now go
ahead an' warm up de machinery of
routine bizness." bi lruil Free l'rcsH.
"Men mind work and womau weep,
So runt the world away."
Hut they need not weep so much if they
use Dr. Tierce's " Fuyorite Prescription,"
which cures nil the painful maladies
peculiar to women. Sold by druggists.
IIow Tarantulas Fight.
There was recently received in Den
ver, for store exhibition, two full-grown
tarantulas, one of tho brown and the
other of the black variety. The brown
felhnv was caged in a common cigar
box and tho black ono in a glass jar. As
they could not be exhibited to advant
age in contrivances of this kind, and as
they were not very ploasanteompany to
have running about loose, a box almost
two feet square with a glass top was
procured, on tho bottom of which a lay
er of sand was spread to tnako tho ani
mals feel at home. The cover was then
drawn and the two spider pitched into
it from their separate cages. No soon
er did tho ono discover the other's pres
ent'.) thau they rushed at each other as
viciously ns two panthers, and immedi
ately closed in deadly embrace. They
came together with a bound, and then
twining their long hairy legs about
each other rolled over nnd over in tho
sand, biting each other savagely, ami
then tugging with all their might as if
endeavoring to crush each other by
sheer muscular power. Incredible ns it
may seem, this sort of warfare was kept
up for six hours, during most of which
time it could not be seen that either was
gaining the slightest advantage, ns
neither showed any sign of disposition
to end tho fight except by tho death of
his adversary. At last 'the black ono
succumbed ami rolled over dead on the
snnd, while tho victor immediately pro
ceeded to reap tho spoils of his long
battle. Seizing his vanquished enemy
in his stout horns, or pincers, or what
ever contrivance he has for that pur
pose, ho rapidly toro him limb from
limb, and coolly proceeded, in true can
iiihalislie fashion, to inako a meal of
aioo. in 'J ooum m..., ... ..V vl
left except a little pile of legs nnd pieces
of shell to mark the spot where one tar
antula had fallen and another hud dined.
Tho huge, drastic, Rriping, sickening
pills are fast being superseded by Dr.
Tierce's 'Turgativo Pellets." Sola by
Chilln ami Fever,
Simmon" V.iver Kegn
lalor roim breaks tlio
(dulls and carrlos tin
fever out ol the system.
Il cures when ll other
Kr thn relief wnd enre
of this dlntresslnu dU-
i.iidi. nu.. Hlmrnmia t.lv.
- - er lU'KUlutor.
Tim Kccnlattir will pnnltlvvly euro this U..rlhle
iliHt'imo. Wo UKHc rt t'lunhaikully what we know to
Ihi I nu).
tdinuld not ho regarded an a trilling ailment. Na
ture demands the ntmoHt rctiularlty of the bowel.
I lieretorc assist nature hy inking commons Liver
Ui'Ktilator. It Is harmlefH, mild and effectual.
One or two taldespoonfuls will relieve all the
irmibU'H inrldent to a bilious stale, such as Nanea
ihz.tncKH, UrowHlnoKB, Distress alter catiiiK, a bit
ter bud lti-te In the mnulh.
lYrsoim may avoid all attacks hy occasionally
tiikiiit: a doHO of Simmons Liver ttci;ulator to keep
the liver iu heallhy action.
Kcucrally arising from a disordered stomach, can
he corrected bv taking Simmons Liver Regulator.
.Simmons 1.1 ver Hegulnt rsoon eradicate this dis.
enne from the system, leaving the gkiu clear and
free from all Impurities.
Children sull'erlnji with colic soon experience re
lirl'when (Simmons Liver Regulator is administer
ed. Adults also derive great benefit, from this
medicine. It is not unpk'uant; it Is harmleaa
and effective. Purely vegrlahlu.
ULAUDKlt ste KIDNEYS
Most of i ho diseases ot the bladdor originate from
those ol the kidneys. Restore the action of the
liver fully and both the kidneys and bladder will
rSyTakiHinlv the getmlnu, which always has on
the wrapper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
For fftle by all drugpists.
Till; XEW -REMEDY.
HOPS I MALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Remedy Is compounded
from the best known curatives, such as
Hops, Malt Extract, Cascara Sagrada
(Sacred Btirk,), Buchu, Dandelion and
RnrnannT'lla rnmhined uith fill fiffrea
1 eble Aromatic Elixir.
1 1 These Remedies act upon the Liver.
U S mt . I I. - V . A
l ney aci upuii inc nmuva.
They Regulate the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Druggist lor them, and be ure
thai the label has on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
IzS in large red letters.
7Take no other.SI
At Wholesale and Retail by al I dealers.
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Indian Blood Syrup.
Ivspepsn, Uvor Dis
eases. Fever and Ague
Heart Disease, Hilioun.
Hess, Nervous Debilitv
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Iwelve Thousand Bottles
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'I'll is Svrup possesses varied properties: It stim
11 hit c-h the plyalirie in the saliva, which converts
the Hlarrh and sugar of the food Into glucose. A
deili leiny in plyallne causes wind anil souring ol
the fund In the tomsrh. If the medicine J w.en
Itntmdiatelv after eating, the fermentation, ol luod
It nets upon t he. Mver.l
It acts upon the Kldnoy,
It Resulates the bowels,
ll I'lll'illes the Wood.
It toilets thn Nervous System,
It i'rninotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Stieiigllieim and Invigorates,
It, Curries oil' the Old lilnml ami makes New,
It opens the, Pores of the Skin and Induces
llenltlij' Perspiration. .
It neutralizes tho hereditary taint, or poison in
the blood, which generates Scrofula. Erysipelas,
si.. I all manner of .Skin Diseases and inturnal hu
mors. There are. no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and 11. ran be taken hy the most delicate babe, or by
the aged ami feeble, euro only being required In at
teutb u to directions.
Oalvn, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and Diur.1
ness so that I could not attend tomy household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. I'lark'Johnsou's Iudt
au Blood Syrup cll'eciuiillv rured me,
MRS 11KI.KN EI.KINS.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that l)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Dlood Syrup has run d me of Pain In tho Rack. It
Is a valuable medicine. MRS WOOD,
Centre Hill, Whlto Co., Ark.
This Is to rerllfy that 1 was afflicted with Palpi
tation of tho Heart for many years 1 tried differ
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken too than thev did to strengthen. 1 ai last
re Ived to try Dr. ( lurk Johusou's Indian lllood
Hymp, which proved to be a posltlvu cure not on
ly curing tho Heart Disease, hut also a Sick llead
acll which had been troubling me,
I was afflicted with Liter Complaint and Dyspep
sla and failed to get relief, although "sing medi
cine from our best doctor. I commenced using
I)r. Johnson's Indian lllood Svrnp.andashort trial
n,.i .n . T. W. UtSINU, Molino, HI.
This rcrtlflc that lir, ...... , ,,.- imli.oi
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