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tlnsht Pan to lplnt la forrat d.p on It'tify bd. Oh. enftly Imul I Ham lullaby, O drown? bMil In channel eUcnnJ awry tm Utawatoh la kax'ptnr. Oh, eoftly trad; arwU Tan la alnrplnf. Hark I J'an la wnklnr. A ahtvar through the Iravea la creeping Bvfnra llio brwxo. Oh, aaa th ham'lrrol. peeping Ik-hind tha tn-ral Tbrtr trnnka alow rn.li! In tha ana. And, hark I tb blnckhlnla ona ly on The allnnoa breaking With flutellka nntn. for Tan la wnklng. Ethel K. Ilarknr In Academy. A LITTLE MISTAKE. That doctor commit mistakes la not generally kunwn, althougli canoa from ime to timo find their vroy iuto the JwwHpapcrs. Dr. Cnrrx-utor, who may bo aid to havo introdunpd tho ccirntiflo truly of human phyniology into Eng land, bunicxl liiuim If to death whilo at tempting to take a Turkish buth la bin own aoum by en' eloping lihiwlf in a blaiiUt and sitting over a spirit lamp. Howpvcr, when a man poisons himself it is his own peculiar Luminosa which is involved, but when ho takes to poisou iug others, not with any malicious in tent, but simply iu error, a natural ap prehension may well pervado tho puhlio mind. Protection in the matter is ex tremely simple, on the following narra tivo will show : About 8 -o'clock on a Juno evening n victoria drawn by a pair of high step ping bay horses drovo up to a celebrat ed obemitit'a shop in Bond street, and an cleguntly dressed lady of abont 25 years of ago descended from tho carriage. She walked hurriedly through tho shop into tho dispensing department, and, throwing a piece of paper on the coun ter, said: "Please make up this prescription and send it at once, I would wait and tako it myself, but I am just going out to dinner. It is very important. " The assistant bowed, took op tho pro scription and then seemed to hesitate. "Well, "said tho lady, who seemed of o highly nervous, irritablo disposi tion, "well, what is the matter?" "I am afraid, mudutn," returned tho assistant, "that I cannot dippenso this prescription. " "Oh, nonsensol" replied the lady. "That is what they suid at in Mayfair, bo I brought it on here, I sup pose Dr. Blank knows what ho pre scribes. " "Doubtless, madam; but, although Dr. Blank is one of the most eminent of his profession, I dnre not niako up this prescription, as tho strength at which the drug is here ordered is not allowed by tho British pharmacopoeia. " "Oh, nonsonsel" repeated tho lady. commencing to putter on the floor with ber small foot "This is monstrous. Here is my husband waiting fur medi cine of the utmost importance to his condition, and two chemists' assistants think they know better what is good for him than one of tho loading men of tho Collego of Physiciuus. Oive mo tho pro scription, and I will get it prepared elsewhere." Tho asHlstunt was loath to port with the puper. "If you will allow me, madam," ho aid, "I will tako a cab to Dr. Blank's, and if bo confirms tho prescription I will thon preparo it." "No, I will not," returned tho lady, who was now iu a stats of extremo irri tation. "I will not My husband is in a serious condition, and I nhu.ll bo lato for dinner. I have already lost half an hour, and I cannot havo further delay. " With that she snatched up tho prescrip tion and hurried out The assistant was seriously perturbed. The mistuke in tho prescription was n KTave one so gravo indeed that the ad ministration of a singlo dose would probably provo fatal within two hours. It was possiblo that some young or in experienced assistant at Boiuo small chemist's, overawed by the great name of the physician and by the lady's im perious manner and elegant attire und equipagu, would be found to dispenso it Then trouble would ensue, which might be stopped now. Thinking thus, the assistant told his fellow worker iu the dispensary that lie would go to Dr. Blank's, and, hurrying into Bond street, jumped iuto tho first passing hansom, and in five minutes was ringing tho bell of the doctor's house in Hurley street Tho footman who opened tho door said Dr. Blank was out "Where was he?" Really tho footman did not know. "Very important, was it?" Ah! Well, then, he (the footman) must inquire. This bo leisurely proceed ed to da And Uio chemist's UHsitttitnt, wbowasof an imaginative turn, amused himself by picturing meanwhile tho death of tho patient; tho professional ruin of himself, tho Muy fair chemist and the great physician ; tho grief and self reproach of tho lady, who, despito her wayward, irritablo und careless de meanor, was evidently fond of her hus band. And he had already arrived at the coroner's jury'ii verdict of manslaughter when the footman relumed with tho in telligence thut his muster wus dining in Haida Vale. Tho cab soon whirled tho errant kuight of tho pestlo and mortar Into the Edgoware road and drew up at one of the largo houses which lie on tho right hand sido of Muida Vulo immedi ately after passing the canal. Dinner was evidently in full progress, and the footman showed tho assistant into un anteroom with no very good grace. Here another wait occurred, which preyej on the already irritated nerves of our friend even nioro than the previous one At Hurley sweet At last tho door opened, and the doctor entered. Hy wus a dap per llttio mail, ulnidt ü feet í iu height, with a pile, thin fueu and htur u..J mus tuche the color of tow. UU clear, steel blue gray t j ca aved his appearance from being lnsigniiicant. He luoked inquir ingly at the assistant, who, bowing, said : "I am arUspenstir, sir, at Messrs.. At about 8 o'clock this evening a lady, Jslra. 1. 1 , presented a prescription signed by yon in which potn'si arsénica Was ordered in three dram doses. " "Oood Oodl" cried tho physician. "Is it possiblo?" "Thnro enn be no dmibt ot It," re plied tho assistant, "as tho prescription was refnsod by another chemist " The doctor walked hurriedly up and down tho room. "Con it have been altered?" ho mut tered. "I looked carefully for that, bnt there was not tho slightest sigu r.' an erasure. No, sir, " continued tho assistant "I am afraid it is a little, mistake on your purt I only fear tbnf it inny bo modo tip and adminii-tcrbu, und I therefore went nt ouco to your lionw. nnd, learn ing whero yon were, came on hero. " "Quite right, quite right, "said the doctor. "Havo you a cab waiting? That's well. I'll go with you at once to tho patient" Jt took but a few minutes for tho doc tor to mako his excuses and return ready for departure, and the cab, once nicro iu motion, turned toward tho neigh borhood of Eton, square, Tho house at which it now pulled up betokened far greater wealth thun either of tho other two ut which it had stopped sinco char tered in Bond street, but an air of quietado peculiar to residences in which lie invalids in a very critical condition pervuded lito placa Tho street door was opened noiselessly by a footman before the occupants of tho cab wero fairly on tho doorstep, nnd tho doctor was shown into a room on the ground floor which answered tho purposes of a library us much as such rooms usually do iu Lon don houses. "Scud mo Nurso Moore," said the doctor. "Nurse Mooro is out for exercise," replied tho footman. "Nurso Ncrris is on duty, I happen to know, for she took tho new medicino which I carried up not fivo minutes ago. Dr. Blank wns a little man, nnd litllo men ure usually quick in their motions But never did man, little or big, fly up tho stairs at tho same rate as ho did be fore the last words wero ontof the foot man's mouth. The assistant followed, but had only reached the first floor when tho doctor entered the bedroom on the second. Nurso Norria was standing by tho brd measuring a doso of medicino from a bottle. Sho was a tall, dark young woman of 25, very pleasant look ing nud apparently pursuing her voca tion with care, as slio did not oven look up when tho doctor entered. "None of thut, nurscl" exclaimed the doctor. "I beg pardon, sir?" said tho nurse, now aroused to tho sense of some in congruity in tho physician's manner, which becamo intensified when n strango young man, very much out of breath, almost fell into tho room from tho passage. "I should say, IIow is tho patient? A very warm night, and likely to render luni niicon.iortublo," continued tho doc tor with his soul in his eyes and his eyes on tho bottle. "I think I am a litllo better, doctor, " said a weak voice from tho bed, ou which lay n man of about JJO with the peculiarly emaciated und drawn look which invariably follows a prolonged or very severo illness ; 'a little easier. " "That's right," said tho doctor, feel ing tho invalid's pulso, "that's right Yes, a marked improvement" Then, having completed a rather lengthy ex amination, ho turned to tho nurse. "A decided improvement, nurso, I'or to night wo will discontinue all drugs. Givo nothing except his usual nourish ment until I como again. Dr. V will return tomorrow, and when we havo a local practitioner ouco moro in attendance you will tako your instruc tions from him. Iu tho meantime, give no medicine. Indeed, I will tako it with ma" And without noticing tho hurt and rosontful look of tho nurso tho doc tor pounced on tho bottlo and trans ferred it to his coat pocket On that particular Juno evening the assistant ut Messrs. had been gruvely cogitating whether ho would bo justified iu weddiug tho girl of his choice, who wus too deliouto to bo ablo to add to tho common purse, on a salary of 100 a year and hud decided in the negativa Hix mouths after a quiet but very happy wedding party returned to a very flourishing chemist's shop in the neighborhood of Cavendish square which bore the namo of tho ussistuut over the front us its proprietor. And if you havo ever occasion to consult tho great phy sician, you may be sure that, whatso ever his opinion of your caso may be, ho will add, as ho hands youyonr prescrip tion: "Bo suro you havo it mudo up ut a gixsl chemist's. Mr. is uu ex tremely curefnl dispenser, and in addi tion personally uuulyzes every drug which goes into his piuco. Thank ycu. Good morning!" Chambers' Journal. Meoanrlne; Medicine. Uso u medicine glass with the amount of eneh ppoonful and drop marked upon it Teuspoonfuls und tablespooufuls are ulwuys mentioned, but as the so vary iu sio it is not safe to rely upon them. Drops, too, cuuuot be properly meas ured without a gluss. Keep the medicino glass perfectly eleuu. It should be wushed out after each dese, in reuiiuess for the next time. It is desirable thut if the patient is to havo medicino with u strong sidell, oils, etc., to keep a glass speciully for them, letting it soak iu hot water for half an hour after uso to remove ull dis agreeable odor. It is impossible to cleanse such a glass in u few moments. When the medicine is being poured out, hold the label uppermost in order thut it may not bocomo stained with any drops escaping down tho side of the bottle. Picklad Tea In llorína. Pickled tea is used in Burma as a sort of suuerkraut Tho young leaves are boiled, poured into pits ubout six feet deep lined with pluntuin leaves und covered with earth, und ure kept there for some mouths. They uro tin a u , either to make tea or euteu lifter being soaked iu oil with garlio or dried Ü.-.Ü. APK the recoveries dvKprptica, hi liona venina of AKiie, the mercurial difcaaed patient, how they re covered health, cheer ful pirita an'l Rood : V...-L e "I anreuu;ther will tell Í-4 X. Avuu bv talc nir Kll. Tha Cher-t. Purtt and Hrnt Family Medicino In toa World I For DYSIT-PSIA, CONSTIPATION. Tann dica, niliiniiattiick.it, RICK I Hi A MAC H K, Colic, lepieMn of bpirila, (soU It BToMACJI, IioH:t!iirn, etc. This ttnrivallsd reine ly U wntr.imcd not to contain a hipk'u partida of Mlkci:uv, or any mineral nulistanca, but U Ptiu-LY vi:gi:taili containing tho Southern Koota ami llerba wini'Si nn nil-wis Providence tina place.) in toun'rir w'tiro Liver linc most prevail. It v.V.1 cura all IH5cc caused by Derange ment of the Liver and linnets. Tne .SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bittrr cr l;nd tnaia in tiie nmuili; Pain in the p.ark. Side tT Jo'tita, often mistaken for kheu tnaihiii; Sour Stomach; I.na of Arix'e; iw.w. Is nltri netely c-.iive ami l.x; lUfvlrtche: Lct;t of Mtmury, with a painful acnaatlon of Imvinj; failed l6 t! tmct hiiitf which oit;M to have hevn dune ; liability Low Spirit, a thick yellow ajipearnuv ui the Slkhi und tí ye a, a dry C V'Kh often mislnkcn tur Contumptión. Su;ucíimta many of ther.o aytriptoma attenrl the (iii.fr'.c, et oil. era vrv few; bnt the Liver it generally llio sent of the d:aerse, and if not Ki; Hiata l in t:,i:, ivrcat auffcrinf;, wretched and l-Al II will ensue. Ti e following highly esteemed peraona Atteat to tho v.r'.wii of Si ni mona Livor Kí;ulnttr: Gen. :. Holt, Pre lift. S. V. K. K. Co ; Kev. 1. k. 1'elder. Perry, Ü.i. Col. 15. K. Kparka. Al i'R;iy, Ca.j t . 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