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The Broken Flower.
A rcarvel of beauty and brightness was
Little A To those accustomed to ob
serve mysterious course of things, in tliLa
world there had been many a misyivi-a,
many a painful apprehension that the lit
tle lile unfolding with so much of prom
ise before iheir eyesevery day develop
ing some newer charms, some rnrer per
iectionmight come to a sudden end.
"Too sweet for earth'' was felt b. not
spoken, lest the harmless words should
prove a dreadful prophecy, or in some in
definable way hnsten their OA-n fulfilling.
It is admitted now, however, with tear
ful eyes and quivering lips by those who
were to him little more than stranyers.
No one, I think, who has spent an hour
of the last half year in his soeiety but
has laid away in memory something to
go with him through his natural life.
something t" come back at unexnectid
times and places, producing a mingled
joy and painjoy that such rare sweet
ness ever existed, pain that its existence
was so brief. It may have been only a
little act, the repetition of a woid ges
ture of welcome "which he had been
tanught, but it was done so graceiously
the granting of an asked-im- kiss, but you
would never have gu ssed the p'easure
was not half his own from the ea^er ad
vance with upreaching face, the sweet
face, the sweet lips wieathed in smiles
aud the soft violec eyes beaming with de
light. Had he enrered ui on life two
years ago with a mature intelligence and
the one purpose to win in that shori time
all heart's to himself he would not have
been materially different.
His loveliness of form and featu may
have beenthough rarelyequalled, but
the beauty of his character, 1 am confi
dent could not have been surpassed.
There are no words with which to define
it any more than to describe the aroma
of a flower, the tint ot its petals. Do w~r
attempt to outline with words a bit of
sublime scenery, a magnificent cloud
cluster transformed by the sun's rajs in
to thin of life and light until the ima
a$inatio re v..la in unknown wnrldd?
Much more the mysterious something
essence, or spirit which surrounds a little
child fresh from the hand of its Maker,
(and tike him more than any other of his
created works, or than it will ever be in
after years) defies us. 0 1 a powerfully
magnetic temperatment the louch of hia
waxen baby hand thrilled you something
in his shiny golden hair aided the fancy
that a lambent light played about it and
you thought without profanation' ot the
infant head, halood and hallowed, which
the master.* have brought down to u?
from eighteen 'hundred years ago. Sore
ly, '"of Mich is ihe kingdom of heaven,"
and to the hearts wrung with anguish tor
the loss of "Little A ibis thought alone
has power to bring healing, comfort.
O child of promise rare!
Shall vvu unt know thee there
By the straage'y subtly eharui that round thee
All felt its myotic power,
A P, Wiitehtng hour Imur,
New beauties opened to our wondering eyes.
And when that lovely form
Bentt'i ih furious storm
Of Death and low the precious head -nraslaid,
We broujflit the rarest blooms
Laden with rieh perfumes
"Sweets to the 8*eet"a titling tribute paid.
A fair, sweet human flower
Lent for a tleetinjr hour.
cheer and bless us on our earthly way
Then by Gd' kindly hand,
Transferred to that lair land,
Where blight eorues not but flowers bloom
A. C. H.
4,Lovest thou me?" said a swain t his
last year's girl. "Not much, I don't
was her mphatic reply. '-Then death is
my best friend, and here's to his ncalth
spoke up the'stalling lover as lie diank
off a bottle filled with a mixture -which
he supposed to be laudanum. But when
the emetic, which a shrewd druggist had
given instead of laudanum, began to
work, his girl just held his hat to save
the carpet, and then dragged him out OD
tl'ie door-steps by the hair of the head.
Be has no longer any faith in the vaunt
ed tenderness of women's sympathetic
A writtr in the London Hornet tells li
following story o! a popultr diamatist:
"I heard a moai Mr. Byrou's the other
day. He was present at a drama*ic reci
tati^n given by a lady who once fancied,
and perhaps still fancies, herself a famous
tragedienne. The recitation was dreari
ness itself and before it was half over the
author of 'Our Boys,'' who, though he has
amused the town with one iece for three
long years, cannot hini-elf stand being
bored lor half an hour, rose logo. Ashe
was edging li sway to the door, he stum
bled over an acquaintance, who asked
him if he was going. 'Yes,' said Mr
Byron 'I can't stand this any longer
ff 'By Jove!' returned his frien^, 'I
wish I were you.' 'Why don't you imi
tate mv tximple, then?' asked the dram
atist. '1 can't,' answered the othtr-, 'my
mother is here she wants to see it out,
and I must wait for her.' 'Ah!1
wit, turning in the doorway, 'this is one of
those meloucholy occasions that makes a
raan wish he was an orphan."
One of our exchanges rejoices over the
fact that our youth are so greatly en
amored of the classics. The cdi'or proves
his statement true by asserting that on one
occasion, when two hoys were pummel
ling each other, a third cried out, in the
language of Virgil, Socct tuem Romeo.
'Why is it, my son, that a foreigner
with a glass eye c*n never vote in this
country?'' "Because, my respected par
ent, he can never be natural eyesed."
Encouiagement for the Fe.fole.
So long as thefatlins embers of vitality are
apable of being re-kindled into a warm and
genial glow, just so long there id hope for the
weak and emaciated invalid. Lot him not,
therefore, despond, but derive encouragement
from this and from the further fact that there
is a restorative most potent, in renewing the
rlilapida ed powers of a broken don sytm
Yes, thanks to iis unexampled tonic virt.ies,
'Stettei's Stomach Bitters is daity reviving
strength in the niies aud hope in the inmds
oi the feetile and nei vous. Appetite, refre.-h
ing s'eep. ih acquisition of flush and color,
are blcBfinys attendant upon the rupar live
pr.icessis which this .priceless invigoraiit
speedi initiates and carrier to a successful
conclusion. tiestion restored, the blood
fertilized and sustenance affudcd each lite
sustahiiiig organ by the Bitters, which is inof
fensive even to the feminine pal.it**, vegetable
composition^ and Ihorougiy safe. VoO it,
and regain vigor!
Fro Now York Sun of August 16th.'
Geo. Kuivell A Ou. tc-ply 10 .lie 3SV.W
From the Sew York Hernld of August 9
W makelhere'ore, Mie following propnsi.
tion to Ko.vi-11 &Co. If i hey, or i heir fi n-ls
for them, will put up $15,0u0, with the con
dition that this sum Miall lie paid them tu
the Metropolitan Muceum of Art. or to any
public charitv that may he agreed on. in case
the sworn report ol the Htn ild's circulation is
shown by proper and thorough examination
to he coi re t. The Herald wll also put up an
equal sum of 25,,00,
whtcn it will agree shall
be paid over to the Metiopolitan Museum ot
Ait, or to any public charity that may be
agret on, in eas its sworn repott of circula
tion is prov. false. The condition beitisi
that Kiwell & Co. shall choose one respect
able expert. make an examination of pre-s
room--, books, papers, etc. the Herald *hail
choo-u another and these, two shall select a
third sod the inree shall forthwith make an
examination and a report, which they shall
publish. This much for Rowell & Co., who
we trust, to use the language of western
sporting men will now "'either put up or shut
'1 last Circulation "Report furnished by
the New York Herald to the AMEKIC AN
NEWSPAPER DIKFCTO KY claim an average
dai'y circulation of 123100. An thes-e fig
eg apvear in an advei tisement of the Her
rdd for th:ir edition, for whicn advertisem nt
the Herald paid us u prict$5(1. Th writ
ten claim furnished hears 'h name of the
same VV. II. Henry, Business Manager, who
siirns the late affidavits put forth hy the Her
ald. In the edition of the DIRECTORY for
inch tliis, repoit was furnished, we estimat
ed the circulation of the Herakl at an average
of ri5.0f!0 copies daily.
For the purpose of putt'mj to a test the
comparative value of their claims and our
estimates, we make to ihe. New YorkHerail
the live following propositions
OUR. PJKST PROPOSITION.
"We will forfe.t ib^O H) to th-j .vtutropoliU
Museum of Art. agont an equeal amount
be paid by the Herald, if the cmniitue ap
poii ted according to the Herald's stipulation
noes not pronounce the Herald's circulation
clai'!., a furnished to us, to be iu excess of
OUR SECOND PROPOSITION.
W will f.nf.-it Slu.iHMi, HS above, if the crm
m'ntee appointed according to ttie Herald
stipulation does not pronounce the Herald's
claim to be more than 1U,0J0 copies iu excels
of the tacts.
OUH THIRD PROPOSITION.
W will f.-rtVii $5 (Mill, a- above, if 'h com
mittee appointed according to the Herald'a
stipulations does not pronounce our estimate
nearer the actual facts lhau the Herald's writ
OUR FOUKTTI PROPOSITION.
We will forfeit $l,0UO, as a'love, if th*. com
mitteee a."pointed as a'ov do not pronounce
ihat the circulation of G5,'KH) copies daily av
erage as e.-tiinated by us, to he in excess of
the actual circulation of the Herald at that
OUR FlFTn PROPOSITION.
W will lorfeic $5)0. as atiove, if the com
mittee appointed acor ling to the Herald's
stipulations jronounce that the actual daily
sales of ih Herald, at that time, average. aV
much as one-half the ntiiuticr claimed hy Mr.
W. II. Henry in the written statment furnish
ed hv him for the. guidance of the editor ol
the AlIbKICAN NEWSPAPER DlKETOKY.
We siitiniit Ihe anove propositions to the
Herald, and hal be glad to know at an early
hour which one is elected to accept.
GEO. P. RowELI. fe Co to Spruce St.
NEW YOR K, Augu-t 15th, 1878.
Nervousness and Sleeplessness can be^ife
hy the use of Dr. Graws' HEAKT REGU
LAToR. A single do will enable a peison
pass a comfortable night who has ne
nown one for years, and for quieting the
nerves and bringing the heart into healthy
action it cannot be excelled. Try it thou
sands testily to its virtues, and it will relieve
yon as well a- others. We know it to be a
ui dicine of great worth.
Among the many forms of Heart Disese are
Palpitation, Enlargement, Spasms of the
Heart, Stopp-tge of the Action of the tleart,
Tremh in gall over and about the Hear, Os
sirl-atioti or Bony Firnatio of the Heart
RLeumatisin, General Debility and Sinking of
the Spirits, fend your nume to F. E. IXG.VLLS,
Concord, N II., for a ciieular containing
list of tes'iim nial- of cures.%".
The E \RT REGULATOR is for sale by
ruggists at o'J cdiics a-id $t ",ti3.
Io' lie o'l Move?
The Rev. John Jasper, of Virginia, says:
il De nun do move, for in de mornin' it shines
on dis side de hous, whil in de ebeii'ii', on
rtat side de hous. Now tf lie don't move.
how.com hedarV" Notwithstanding Mr. Jas
pi r's logic, we yet believe the vorld moves.
When Mr. Jasper's ideas constituted the pon
u'ar belief, peo|l thought that todieoi small
pox or cholera was simply fulfilling one of na
IUIV'S laws. Now.ibrougti vaccination, small
pox is avert, while cholera, cholera morbus,
dysentery (llux). and dianhrea are readily
cur. (1 by"the u.-e of Dr Pierce's Compound
Extract if Smart-Weed. Does not sueti evi
dences tend to prove that "the world moves?"
As an external remedy for cuts, bruises,
sprains, swellings, bites and stings of insects,
the comrourd Extract Smart-Weed has no
equal. Veterinary surgeons have also em
ployed it with mai ked success
CHILDREN DO NOT DIB of the croup to
whom Dn. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE
LUXGS is administered. Parents will do well
to remember this fact and keep a medicine,
which saved so many lives, in the house
ready for an emergency. The Babam over
comes a tendency to consumption, strength
ens weak and heals sore lungs, reraedhs
painful and ashmatic breathing, banishes
hoarseness and cures all bronchial and trach
eal inflammation. If you have a cough, use
it "early and often." All Druggists sell it.
Ttie Kxt*ni1e Vnpvtarity
Of DOOLET'S YEAST POWDER is the best evi
dence of its wurtb. Whenever you want a
light, white, sweet biscuit, delicious pot-pie,
elegant cake, or a c'loice pudding, DOOLEY'S
BAKING POWDER should be used. Perfect
puritv and absolute full eight are the watch
words of the manufacturers.
From tlie Sl-\lmyprt, Slam. Hrratit.
GRACE'S SALVE should be in every family,
for there is no.hing of the kind exceeding it
in value. For Scalds, Burn?, Cbappi.d Hands,
and Sores from Humors or otherwise, it is
the most speedy cure known. We speak from
facts under our own obsevation.
For upwards of thiity vears Mrs. WINS
LOW'S SHOOTING SYRUP has been used
for children with never-failing success. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowls, cures dysenter
and diarrhoea, whethei arising from teething
or other causes. A old aud well-tried rem
edy. 2 5 cts. a bpttlts.
Wood Tag Plug
THB PIONBBR TOBACCO COMPANT,
New York. Boston and Chicago.
If there is am thing in this life that will eive
one a foretast^of hell, as some represent it,
that thing is Neuralgia. It is the refinement
oftunure. But there i a simple and inex
censiv remedy for it Johnson's Anodyne
Liniment snuffed up into the head will give
cleanse and whiten the teeth, to sweeten
the breath, use Brown's Cam phot ated Sapona
ceous Dentifrice. Twentv-flvc cents a bottle.
Pure rich blool giv-.s u=. health, long life
en old a^e," but how few pay any
attention to the a ate of their blooc? Parson's
Purgative Pills make new ricn blood, aud taken
one a night for three months wiil change
blood iu the etiNrn oyarein.
tiles and Others in purchase no Itemed, equal Dr.
Tf'BlAS' VhNETIvS LINIMENT for tue cure of
Cholera, Oiarrhooea, Dyseottry, Croaj, Collu, and Sea
sleknei, taken iatorcally(it ta perfectly harmlew
see oath accompanying eac*. bottle) and ute-nally for
Ch^oaic Kheumatism. Headache, lonthache, Sore
1'hroat, Cuts Burns, Swellings, Bruises Mosquao
fH6 -oes Paiunin Limbs, Back and Chest. The
VENETI \N L.IN1MEVT was intro need 1817, a
no one who has -ed it but continues to do so, many
stating if it was Ten uo'lars a Boitl" tuey w.juld nut
be without it. Thousands of Certificates can be seen
at the Depot, speaking or Ira -nderful cucativ
pr pt-rtit-B. aolr) by be Drugsibts at 4 0 u., Oupot
Murray. St New Vok
Unpardleiccl in Simplicity.'
Unsurpa:scd in C:r.stmctic:L
Unprceoicztod in fcdDilitj,
Unexcellsd Eccnoiny cf PncL
UMfspnMiitlie BROAD CLAIM cltci::t:3
VERY BSST OPEEATINa,
Ever offered to tlie public.
KADE ONLY ZY
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
Has. 612, Cli, eifi & C:3 IT. L'aia fit.,
'61. LOUIS, MO.
Adam liccker, St.
Janiipy Hros.. IWinnPapnj
'|1J Tb olioiuust in toe rfu l'l mpor-o..
1 i t^ pricesLargest eompaiy In Ametva
Staple articlepleases eeryb dyTrade oontinr.tle
ncrcasincAiiei ts wanted everywherebest tud'i-jr
ments- don't wast timesend forcjroutar to.
ROB'TW L.LS 48Vesey ?t..N. Y.: P.O. Box U-
JONFSVILLE, Mlfh., Deo. 27,1ST?.Messrs. Fowles
I sent you SOcntsfonwu boxes of ttr&ct's Salve,
have had two aiid liavensed them on an ulcer on
foot, aud it is a.most well. Kt6kectfull yours,
0. J. VAN NKS8.
Price 3 5 cents a box at all druezists, or sent by mai
on rt ceipt of a rents. Prepared by *KrH
rOWLlitt HONM.Sli Harrison Ave.. Boston.Mas
It know- all Oa'h Buyers of Boots and Shops in th*
Western cou^tiy ihut e liava esmbii Led a
Cash House in Chicago
For their esp-clal acro'nmoda Ion. where prices aie
made au induce ent to all a-h Cure ase a.
BITKI,, COOK & SKiXAS
811 xlid IS diin.li Cl.iCMM", 111
Goods. Stocs entl ely new and pu
cbiisnd for Oa^h.
Make Hens Lay.
hh Veterinary ^urge a a Ohem'st now
trave'i. io this con ry, eav- inat most of the Uor
and Cuttle Powders id here ar* wnrtnles*
t-H tht Sbeii ari' Oo'niit
on weisare a
pure.and imn.tnsely valuable Nothing earth wil
make be slay i-.eSht-r dun'-ifondiaonfowders. Dos^
cne traspooifnl to one pint food.
Bent by mail t,r tight le.t stamps.
Is ih R-liHbl Conceiitr ttdLie
FOtt FAMILY S0\P MAKING.
Directions accompanying eaoh can f- making Hard,
Soft and Toilec roan. QUICKLY.
IT IS FULL WEIGHT AXD STRENO TH.
Th market is flooded with (so-called) Concentrated
Lye.which is adult rated with salt and rosrn, ana won't
SA VE MOyEY, AND BUY THE
MADE BY THB
Pennsylvani SaltMaiuf -S Cc
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on Pianos and Organs from oar
Dnr'ng the Sate ir at St. Paul. Don't faU to oall
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5"ear'Hoaseho'd a *o Agents tn S"l' a Arti :c
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dress P, O. VlcKfcRY, Augusta
O 8ewing Machine Needles
any machine se
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bargains. BEATTY. Washing on.N
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fre explaining eveiyt ing.
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I quality, or as tlmeke_Mr
Ask ou Jeweler foi them.
ing Sture, M).
OT) 17 i^T Iff T?G Visiters to the State
OX rjl 1 A V^LiHo Fair tSt.Pul,bos
eyes nred t-eassistance good a,-8 s, wilt do well GO
cull on ROSE^BAND, the 6,i Uiaa, til Ka-t oiroot,
and net i hem
$ 10 $25ra,iaonrtor,rreNovelti^aoUa,,lyfitted.yali'eutitics
Illustrated tflii*i54 17aa
atelogue "LI ULLU ICC application to
J. H. BIJFFORD's aU.vs, fllanulacturinir Hnhlisuera,
141 to 147 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass.
Establisned nearly fifty years.
EYE & EAR INFIRMARY.
Surgeon, FRANCIS ATWOOJJ, I
Cor. of Third and S Peter Stre-ts. 8 T. P*nt
NEW RICH BLOOD.
Proii'' P,.vir .iv-PUIroake VewRinit
ocd, ar will comi lately thanget' f, bloo tin tue en
tie system in tbra- uths Any perton who w,ll
ake 1 pitesch liglit from 1 tol2weei-8 may he re-,
tored souna hea.th, if 8 a tie upsst
bie. I. c. JOHKSONSOH
Awards 1 holiest p-ix r.t Con'enrir.l EsposHioa vi
Sne. sjtaciny q:-S.-J,lc-s rr-l c~rcVeica r.::d l.vibtg _fcj
octet' rf sweete i:in wt fiiwri"?.. 'i'ba L'3rt tOuV^J
ever mail, /.i c::r l:V.:s r"T"i-a'!n-~i(i'': is r!c?e|j
tmuatei OT irrfWrr froot'^. rci t'.:r.t J-irkmn'* Bert
3t- every p'.:\~. Ss'A ly f'l *.2r.V! gen-l
iree to C. A. .I'Acnnc: & Ca.. llrrs.. Petersbuitr.
11ST THJE WEST
900.CC0 acrp tnkn In fnnr months br S5.C0O r^ple.*
O^nJ climatr, suit, ivaler. nii.l biiil'ijiiv Ftne vxv\ gnnd
clety. AU^-reai, S. J. Cilmure. Luiid Coiu'r. Salinai KiuiRi.
Daily and Weekly, Quarto,
The Largest, Cheapest and bi-st Family Newspaper
In -e England. 'ed with spec al i-fer-nc to the
varied tastes aud requirements of the home circle. All
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Daily Transcript, ttiu per annum, in advance.
(5 copies to one address, #7.SO
per annum, in atv*nce
PV1t vt*wr i is i ti
HOW TO OCT THE* n the l*t pnt r ttie tnte. 6.000,000
acreo for mle. For a copv of the Knnim I'netltc Home*
ateatd,'' mldreu 8. Oilmora. Land Com'r, saliua, Kaniaa.
We, the undersigned clt-r.ymea of Meihodist
Courch in Nova Scotia, havinft used the preparatoa
(know.i a Fellow-,'Compound Syrupof Hypophosphitea
'pepared by Mr. James I. Ft llow, ch"Uii&t St John.V
or having tnonn esses wh ei its effcta weia tea
eflcial.we relieve ic to be a reliable remedy for t. dis
eases for which it is comme aded:
A JAM'BG HKNNIOAR, Pres'tof Conferncs,
JOHN MCMHRKAY, Ex-Pres't of Con.e.-enoe.
JOHN A. MOS^KB,
JOHN W HOWIK.
1 KTKPHKN E HnE8TI.
RlCHABDW WEUDAIX, it i
Al EX NlOH 'LMJN,
rBANBWIOK J.m", i
JoHJijHSSOK. 5 ?tcf.t
acts a an electrical Influence noon tbesys em.tnfnsing
theTisvlia}immediatclj-,'nduciDgansppetire,dleition and a*simUaiion I i fluenc is exertedu^on the
blood, the nerves, the muscles. It dls ilac a wasteo
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