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Lore, If Death prove but a dream, And we te.em WakliiR out of it, to grow, Dearer to each other far Than we are In lliia human life below. Will our pli ita dimly yeara Aa they burn In Infinity on liltfh, Vor each old familiar grace Of lliia lac, Wlioro we lingered but to die 7 Will our noiila remember well What befell On thii moonlit nl(jht in June Nature (wooiiing Into bliae And a Iii Thai 1'iit beart-lxata Into tune? HorncoG reeley. WHAT UK TOW) JAMKfl I'AItTON ABOUT ina EAiu.r Mi'i', I Imvn wMorn Win moro Interi'ntiil tliiin in licimiiff I forum (Ire.uley tell llici Htory of 1 1 is coming to Now York in 18:11, iind griuliiully working liis way into biiHini'HH there, Jiuihh rurton vrilin: Jin wiu living, lit tlio ittfn of twinty yeniH, wild liw jmrenlH iu H nimll log culii n in n new cli-nring of Vi'hItii I'l'iiimylviiiim, nliout twenty mileH from J ic. Jim futlier, h Yiuikeii 1 y liirtli, Inul recently moved to Hint region itinl Viiih Irving to rii.so Hlicei I here, iw lio lnul lieen iK'e.liMfomeil to do in Vermont. Tlio wuIvoh were, too ninny fr liiui. It wan it imrt of llio lnmineHH of Jlniiieei inul liin hrollier to wuteli tlm Hock of Hheep, ftiiil riomefiiiieH tliev oiinpe.l out nil nirlil, hJ ) uij with Ilieir fuel to Ilioflre, Iiiiliiiii fiiMiioii, Jlit lolil mo Hint oee.iwiomilly u l.iiek of wulveH would eoiiiewi near that lie could Hen (heir eye,-lnilln lare in the ilarkiK hh, inul lieur them i.iuit, Iven as he lay in tlio loft of liia futlier'H caliin lie coulil lieur them howling in tint fuM. In Hiloof all their care, the wolves killed in one Heaxoii hundred of his fatlier'n hIiccji, iind then lie fiivu up I he utlcmpt, 1'lm family were no poor that it wan a mailer of ilonlit KouielimiN whether tlicy coulil K''t food cnoii(.;li to Jivo lhioiidi Hi" loiigwinler; mid no Horace, who had luinied tlm printer's trade in Vermont, Htartcil out on fool in m arch of work in a village print in) oillei'. lie walked from village to village and from town to town, until at licit he went to V.riii, the largeat place in llm vicinity. 'J'liern lin wiw taken fojr n runaway ap prentice, and certainly liin nppi arancn iimlilieil KiiKpicioii. Tall and gawky iih lio wiih in )M'iHon, with tow colnred liair nlid a Kcaiily unit of hliul.liii at home Hpnn, Ida nppeiiraiicn I'xciled atd'Hii'ili. mentor rnlicnln wherever lie wenl. He Inn never worn a good auit of clotlieH in Iiih life. Ho had li Hingiilarly fair, while com Vlexion, a pioiug, wliiniiii' vi.ier, and Ihewj pi ciiliaritii H gave the effect of Iiih lieiug wanting in intellect. II wim not until people coiiverneil with him Hint Ihey (liHcovereil I. in worth nnd iulelli gencc. I In had liecn mi ardent reader from hlH cliililhood up, mid had taken of lain yearn the moat internm iulereat in polities and held very po.iilive oi.jn, ioiia, which III) defended in ixuversuliuli willi great canieKlne and ahility. A hccond iippliealio'al Kriii pincured him riiiiiloviiient. Tor a few months in tlm ollieu. lit tlm .'' (lav Hi; mid lio won 'urn way not only to tlm rcHpcc.l lint to the affection of his companions mid his employer. That employer WIW .lildgn .1. M. Hlerrett, mid from him I heard many curioiiH parliculari of Horace (ireeley'a resideucii in I'.rie. Ah he wan only working in llm olliee, as a mil di lute, the return of the al wen lee depiivnl Inm of Ilia place, mid lie wiw nl.li);r. to neck work elsewhere. His employer Haid In him one day : "Now, Horsed, you have a good deal of money coming to you; don't go nhniit the town any longer in that ouihiudihli l ig. Let inn give you mi order on I hu hlorn. )ckh li i a lit tli-, Horace." The young man looked down at hin clot In s us (hough lm laid never Keen t In mi le li iir, inul then aiiid, I y way of npology : "You we, Mr. Hterrell, my father ia mi a new place, and J want to help him nil I can." In fact, upon the Hctllemelil of his ac count at tlm end of Ids seven nioiitlm' lalior, he had drawn for Ilia personal ex penses $(l only. Of tlio real of hin wages ho retained $15 for himself, nnd pave all I ho rest, amounting to uliout S 1 '20, to his father, who, I mn afraid, ilnl not make tlio hest use of nil of it, Willi the givat mini of lllteen dollars in Jiis pocket, Jloracu now rosolvcd upon i liold movement. Afler HMHiiling a few o".r" in iioiiio, no lieu up iiih apurc ololluis inn luiiidlii, not very largo, ami look tlm shortest road through the woods that led to tlm Eria Canal. He wiw goiiiff to Now York, nnd lm was Kojng cheap I A walk of aixly miles or no, lunch of it through the tiriineviil for est, hroiight him to Jliilliilo, where he took jiiwHiigo on tlio Krio (!uual, and uflcr various' iliitciitioim, ho roiudioil Al I amy on n Thuraday morning just in timo to noo tlio rcuuliir steamlioat of the '" flay movo out into tho atream. At 10 clock on tho damn momma, ho cm burked on bonnl of n tow boat, which ro (luircd nearly twcntv-foiir hours to flo. micnd tlm river, and thus nlnu-dnd him ninplo timo to enjoy tho homily of ita euorcH. On tho JHIh of August, H,'U, nliout HiinnHti, lie set toot in llm (lily of Now York, then containing nliout '20(1,1)1)11 in- lialillaiila, one-sixtll of lis present poim Jalion. Jle had managed his affairs with mieh si net. economy that Iii'h journey of uuu miles Juki coat lum Jitllo uioro than ?, mid lm hail ten Ml with which tolio Kin Jifo iii tho uiclroHlis. This hiiiu of money ami tho knowledge of tho print er's trade, nimlo up his eapilnl. There wiis not a jii'isoii in nil Now York, bo far bh lio know, who Inul over mon liim lio forn. JfiH iinpcnranco, too, wiw niimh KKHiiMt him, for although ho had n roally liiii) faoo, a nohlo forchiiiul and tho most txMiign oxprcsHlon I .yr aaw upon it limnan countoiianco, yet his cloUum and lioiinug quite Hpoilcd ,im. Kin round jai-kot miulohim liM.k liko n tall boy wi,0 Iiimi Krown tfio fimt for his Hlrengtli: ho Htx,jMlaUtUo nnd walked in a l.iwo lointcd manner. H0 wan vnrv iuu.i,r..i . rf -tta in ami totally doatltuto of tho powor ot iunhiiiR hm way, or nrguing with a man who naid no to him. Ho had brought no letlcra of rccomuiMidalion, and luul no kirn of nvideiico to ahow that ho had loitrnod Ida trade. Tho ilrst businoHa wiw, of coiitse, to flud ft cheap boarding house, as ho had mudu tt) hut mind to try Now York as an expoiiniont. nnd if ho did not mieeecd in finding work, to start homeward whilo ho still had a por tion of liifl money. Aftr walking awhile, ho went into what looked to him liko a low-prioed tavern, at tho corner of Wall nnd Ilrond Htrocts. "flow much do you charge for bonrd J" l)fl askod tho barkeeper, who was wiping hin (lanlcrH and putting Jiio bar Into trim for the biiHinon of tlio day. Tho barkifcpi r guvo tho atrangor look -over and naid to him, "I gueH we're too high for yon," "Well, how much do you cburge?" "Sixdolliu-H." "Yes, that'H moro than I can afford." Ho walked on until ho descried on the North Itiver, near Washington Market, a boarding-house, so Very mean and H'ilalid that bo wiih tempted to go in and inquire tlio price of lami'd there, 't he price wan two dollars and a half u week. "Ah !"aid rioracc. "that houiiiIh moro like it." In leu minutes morn he was taking bis breakfast at tlm laiidlord'H tabjo. Mr. (becley gratefully remembered thin landlord who was a friendly Irishman liy thi! name of Metiorliek. lireakfast done, the liew-eoini r sallied forth ill ipiesi of work, and bcgnn by expending in arly half ol bis capital in improving his wardrobe. It was a wise, action. Jin that goes courting should dress in his best, particularly if lie eoiirta ho capri cious a j.ide us fortune. Then he began the weary round of the printing ollices, H i king for work mid finding none, all day long. II" would enter an olliee mid ak in his whining tone : "Do you want a hand ?" "No," was the invariable reply ; upon which lie h it without n word. Mr. Gree ley chuckled nn lm told tho reception given him at tint olllceof Tin' JiiiriiutiiJ Cininiii ii-r, it iicwspaer ho was di stim d to contend with for innny a year in th columns of The 'J'rilnini:. "Do you want a hand?" ho Haid U David Iale, one of the ownem of the l'aper. Mr. Jfalo looked at him from head U foot, and then Haid: "My opinion is, young man, that you're a run-away apprentice, mid you'd 'heller go homo to your master," Tho young uiau laughed giMxl-liuinor-edly mid resumed his wulk. He went to beil Kalnrday nighl, thoroughly tired nnd a htllciliscouragi d. On Sunday, ho walked three miles lo attend a church, and remembered In the end of his ihivs Hie di -light be had, for the first time in his life, in hearing a sermon that ho en tirely agreed with. In Hie meantime lm had gained Ihe gooil w ill of his landlord and the boarders, mid to that eircuni s'alice he owed his li I' -1 chalice in the eily. His landlord lm iilioind his fruit less search for Work to an acipiaintanee who happened to call llm! Sunday. That aeipuiiiilaiiee, who wiih ii shoemaker, had aceiileiilly heard that printers were wanted at No. K' Chatham street. At half paslli on Monday morning, Horace Greeley stood before tho desig nated house, nnd discovered the sign, "West's I 'ii ul iin' Olliee," over thoHccolid story; Ihe ground floor (M ing occupied as a hook store. Not a soul wiifHturing up-stairs or ilowii. I lie doom were locked and Horace snt down on thesleps lo wait. Thousands of Workmen liassed by; hut it was iicmlv seven 7 before the lilst of Mr. West's prinfers nriivcd, and, he Ion, finding fhe dimr locked, Hat down hy the siil of Ihe slrnliger and enlercd Mitn coiiveisalioii Willi him. "I Haw," said this printer to me, many ears after, "that lie was an honest, "nod young man, and beinga Verinoiiler myself, I ill li'liuliied to help him if I could." Thus, n second time in New York alreailv, the native ipiality of the mac, gained liim, at the critical moment, tho iilvaiitngo Ihat decided his destiny. His new fi n nd did help bim, and it was very much Ihrniigh his urgent recommenda tion that the foreman of the printing olliee gave him a chance, Tho foreman did Hot ill the Ii-iimI believe that the green-looking young fellow before him could si I ill type one page of Hie polyglot leslamelit for which help was necileil. " J'ix up a case fur him," said he, "and we'll sec if lie eiiu do anything." Horace worked all day with silent in tensity, nnd when he showed to Hie fore man at night a printer's proof of his lav's work, il was fiuiml to be the best lay's work that had yel been done on hat most dillieilll juli. It wna greater in ipiantily and much more correct. The kiltie was wim. He worked on the leslameiit for several months, making long hours and earning only moderate wages, Having all bis surplus money, ami (ending the greater part of it to his father, who wiih slill in debt for his farm, ind not siireof being able to keep it. Ten years passed. Horace Orccley I'l'oui journeyman printer made his way lowly to piiilneisliip ju a small printing olliee. lie lollllili il Hie ic jV'W littkrr, I weekly paper, Ihe best periodical of its lass in the United Stales. It brought liim great credit inul no prolit. Jn IKtll, alien (leu. Harrison was nominated for the JVe.sidency against Murliii Van Union, his feeliuii-s as a politician were deeply stirred, ami ho started n little esiiipsigu paper called 77c A07 ('(thin. w hich was iiieoinpiiiulily Hie most spirited thing ol' flic kind ever published in the llnilcil Slates. It luul a circulation of unprecedented extent, beginning with lH.OIIO, and rising week after week until it reached !HI,UI(). The prieo, however, waa ho low Hint Ha groat sale moved rather mi cinbarriiHsmcut than a in nelt to tho proprietora, and when tho campaign ended the llrm of Horace Orccley A (!o. waa rather moro in debt than it was when tho first number of Thf .iii (Mliin wiih published. The little paoer had given the editor two ,i i t . i . . liiuiga which go i o warn mamiiR a success in business- great reputation nnd con llilcliee in Himself. The Ilrst penny paper had heeii alaitcd. The New York llciald wiih making a great stir. Tho Sim was already u prolllablo sheet. And now the idea occurred to Horace Orccley to slai'l n daily paper which should have I lio merits or cheapness and abundant news, without Koine of the ipialilies posseHscii liy tlio othera. He wished to found a cheap daily paper inai siiouiil do good nnd salutary. as well iw interesting. The last number of 'J he I mii Cabin announced the forth coming Trilmnr., prico one cent. Tho editor was probably not aolrent when he conceived Ihe scheme, and he borrowed a thousand dollars of his old friend, ilaincH CoggcbhulJ, with which to buy tho nitlispeiisablo material. II o began with six hundred HulmcriberH, printed live thousand of tho first number, and found it diflioult to give them all away. Tho 7Vfnine nppeared on tho dnyBol apart in Nkw York for tho funeral pro cession in commemoration of President Harrison, who died a month after his in auguration. It wna a chilly, dismal day in April, and all tho town waa absorbed in ino mipoBiug pngeaut. Tho receipts during tliellnit week were ninety-two dol-Iiu-h; thoexpoiiBOB, five hundred and twen-ty-Uvo. Hut the little paperaooiionught pulilio attention, and the circulation for t hroo weeks increased at tho rate of about 300 a day. It began ita fourth week with 0,000; ita seveuth week with 11,000. Tho first number contained four columns of advertisements ; the twelfth, nine col umns ; the hundreth, thirteen columiB, In a word, the succohs of the paper waa immediate and complete, THE BUDGET. WHAT WE FIND IN THE Ill'.MOKOUH l'APKKM. BKVAim OF CB BW!K. "8o Boon effery year vot dor clouds of diwt haf all plown der March vmds avay, ve I'gin to opserve a fearful pcnHt branciiig der city njxiwA It ia dcr vild, tindamoil Cherman pillygoaU J'en dous and bucks peeu now nlretty der dKir vays lurking iiwite, dcr city nil ofcr. Homo peon bniuU-d mit peer claHW H m von hiaif ; some nro tif kegs of peer on doji, nnd some am bioturcd in aharge of poodiful young Clicnnaii vimmcii yieli haf apparently adzed der first ITight morning to vent owid chid in der ladesd Hdylcs of night dresses. Vhercffer w von of deni bietnres der real vild pciwt is vaiding in der sdore js hind. "Ho is as daiiclieroiw as a cirgular saw turing peeznesH hours, but der same dime ho Inw von of dcr moeknill cent limits of dun inwariably unloaded pisdols vich all de vile shoot deniscllufij off mid kill Boniepialy ho vill not hurd you uf you led him alone. "Der first brinciblo of a buck is to git a man to chaso it, und early effery Hbring a larch nunier of our pest cit izens broriiiso deniscllufs 'Hello, hero comes up dot buck I dried to kill land summer. Now, I haf Hiiro got him.' Dun on der cut of each plock a now buck sec, und dry if dem can knock it owid. Kffery dime tlcin dako avay a horn, but der horns peon like der vod dcr bropbeta of Canada; kill von und iu his blaco comes right nvay nmiuder up. Dem chase der city up an down und hooii comblain "f ofcr vork and go fo Ooiicy Island or Jjong I'ranch, vliero der chasing is more lileiwalir. ii em si lay dcr eily insite, dem go homo dired invit und huv toiler girl vich dem hire to lliit mit der nulkman und to sulibly er is.lico mit der pest thehoiiHeallords: Here, J'liilget, dake der bail und kcii ali'd von dieiler dnil pchilld uf der buck I haf iieen chasing, und I'ridget breH cndly rediims, vijiing ln r moiit und haiilHVotin left of do ball to her em- bloycr. "Ve rent soiiiedinieH dcr bapers msitc iad peeziiesH npowd cluwing der buck, ho : " 'Suiisdruck.' " 'A vinder falls owid.' " 'OarelessnesH of a dniok driver.' " 'Missing his homo from liwd Dues day. " 'Found dead mil a vagant lot insite,' and so und ho. "lievaro der buck. Id is pudding voiir moiit an enemy msite. und it yon should svallow a whole lifo vou, it vill diirii und kick your prams nvay. Jin Sun, AN IMI'HKSSION. "Ah. 1 have nn impression!" ex claimed Dr. Modish, the President of Princeton College to the mental philoHo- v clasH. "Now, young gentlemen, can you tell mo what an impresHsiou is!" No answer. "What; no one knows? No one can fell mo what an impression is! ex claimed the Doctor, looking up and down the clasH. "I know," said Mr. Arthur. "An im pression is a dent in a soft place. "Young gentleman," said tho Doctor, growing red ill the face, "you aro ex cused for the day." OOINII HOUR. Now is flic timo when tho tired busi ness man, on his way home iu tho even ing, hesitates over a 'iii-cent box of M raw berries that ho knows would gladden the hearts of his wife and chil dren lit home. Ho bullous his piH'ket, sighs, declares he cannot ufl'ord it, and turning around meets two or three friciiilH whom lie immediately invites to take something. Thu "something" costs sevoiilv-tivo cents. A'heii lie gets home be tells his wife about how nearly he had been tempted lo buy the straw berries, mid she agrees willi him that it would have been gross extravagance.- ''( jy.i Niphtjn. A MATTKR o' MONKV. A postman left, two letters at tho resi dence ol' a Chicago minister, both of which contained an application for his services to perforin the marriage cere mony at the Hiuuo time. "I hardly know what to do," ho ro- nuiiitcd to Ins wile, "1 can t accommo date both. Let me nee Mr. A. ha.i been married before, Inw he not?" "Oh, yea," replied his wife, "ho lost Ins In st wile six months ago, " "And Mr. li is a bachelor?" "Tea." "That settles it, flien. I Hhnll marry Mr. It. When a limn marries the second time ho never pays the minister any more than tho law allows, but young bachelors are sometimes very foolish," and tho good man rubbed his hands mildly. ( 'hck. A MODKST IIKQUKHT. This morning a (rump approached the door of a house on Church street, and remarked to the lady of tho rancho : "Would you bo kind enough to give me ii bite to eat, inadaiii?" "Yea, indeed, 1 will, replied t int i- ilividual, " I'm not in the habit of feed ing trumps, but when a man makes na modest a request m you have only wiuiih a into ho can count on getting it hero every timo," and alio handed him a piceo of broad ulmoat as hnrd and large as a small piece of chalk. "Hut," Haid the tramp." "I" "Oh, no; you needn't to Hfato nny tliing about your unworlhiness," broke in tho kind hearted woman, "and I don't want any thankH for it, either. I don't mind giving to a mail who isn't a hog, und you are perfectly welcome. Jf you tramp around hero noxt roiwou, call around and I'll be glad to accommodate you again," and sho slammed the door l:i tho angry man's face. I'arh Vltg Timrs. wasn't that a dainty dish? A man at a table d'hote had m ule i mess on his plate of mashed potatoes, turnips, rice, broad, and gravy, and wiw about to dive into it with his fork, when a Kontlvman opposite bowed and Haid. "J3xcuHomo,sir,aro you about toentthat?" "Certainly," replied the man of d. h., "what did you think I was going (o do with it?" "Since you ask' Haid tho other. "I will tell you I thought vm wore preparing it for Jumbo." The little boy who laughed was promptly de sired by hia embarrassed parents to leave the table. Hotel Mail. IIIH HI'I'.KCHKS. The editor of tho London Sporlnman, who rooontly visited this country, seems to have accommodated himself to the wuys of tho republio with remarkable sweetness and content, ns the following extract from an interview with him on bis return to London sufficiently demon strates ; "Did you make maivv speeches when you were in America ?' they asked him. "Yes," was the reply, "I was fre quently called on to respond." "And what did yon say for the most part?" "Thank you, I don't mind li I do," A VETERA HEXEf ACTOB. Ilia Pita! I.llr, I'rt-.i nt Pinna, nnd Vlt lis Una lo Nur I n n Hubjecl 'Unit Anlul Idii-tl lllui. iftiu Ink Tint:) Neitrly forty yeiu s Ago a ybiing man, of unusual endowment, began to mold iiuhlia opinion upon a subject of vital importance, bike nil pioneers, Ids early efforts were un ancccssful, but his ability und the value of his work oon won public conlidonce, nnd to-day there i not a villago or hanilot in the cotliitrV that has ntH been iulhietlcef' by I.'r. Dio 1-wis. When, therefor ', it wiih h arm d yesterday that he ciaitoinplali) I the establish ment of a large nii'g,izine in this city, the fact won deemed no important that a ri-pre-teniativeot this paper was commi sium il to see ii i in and ascertain llib trilthof llio rllitlor. Dr. Dio itwis is ii gi-ntlmnnii ol' Sixty yeiim and two hundred pounds, with snow-while hiiiriiud beard, hut probably the most per fect picture of health and vi(;or in the me tropolis. He is a living exponent of Ins teachings, and nntuillisbind.ll the iliiiniilit of work lie lum alro.uly done, promises slid greater activity for years to come. He re ceived the interviewer most coin tuoicly, and in reply lo a i nest ion said: , "It is true I have tomu to New York to establish a mom My mawaanc. I hae coine hero for the same nisson that I went to Huston twenty-five jean nw. Tl.on Hostou was the best platform in llie counlry from which to speak of education. New Vork has now he come most hospitable toproyreisive tliuiiu'hts ami cspcchdly mi to movements on behalf of pliy-ical training. "1 have reason to know the great nnd abiding interest of the American people in this subject. They have come to realize that tlio future of our country pivots upon our physical vitality, and especially upon the vinor of our women. My new magazine will bear thu title 'llio Lewis' Monthly,1 mid be devoted to Knnitnry and Social Science. I hone thronuh its iuikbs to inaugurate s new jlepnrtnro in hygiene." ' lliivn vnii nut writlen several brioks on the subject'" - Yoj nliif volumes, nndHoinnof tliein 11 Our (iirls.' iinblisheil bv tho llnrpeis. Iiava had mi eiioriiiniis eireulatiuii. but the best work of my life I shall give thu world in the iii-w niuifiiiiifi. lon-iv venrs oi siuriiusiiniu ought lo conclude Willi ten years of organized warfaro." Di.clor. what is tho occasion of this new interest in health ime-tioiis?" "it has come tliroiiL'h RuflerinL'. which seems the only road lo self knowledge. The slomncli, heart, kidneys or nvor Ian mio Irouhle, happiness is gone, ami then people give aueniioii 10 ineir in ami. " Inch of these organs is mot ircunnniiy the victim of ourorrors'r" nsked thereporUir. "Within the last few years diseases of tlm kid uej s hava greatly multiplied. When 1 was engaged in practice, thirty-tivo and forty years ago, serious disease of the kidneys was rare; but now distressingly frequent and fatal." "To what do yon attribute this crent in crease of kidney troubles! ' " lo tho u eof Htiinulating drinks, auui tnrateil food mid irreinihir habits of life." "lloctor, have you uny contidonce in tho remedy of winch we bear so inucU nowada.vs, Warner's Sufe Cure?" "I believe iu tho ounco of prevention, rather than in a ton of cure. "Hut have yon noticed the remarkable testimonials of W arucr s remedy.' "1 have, and confess that they have ouz zled and astonished mo. Thocoininoiidatiniis of proprietary medicines usually come from unknown perrons residing in back counties. Hut 1 see in our most reputable newspapers Ihe warmest praiso of Warner's Safe !urt from College rrofessorB. respectable 111. si emus, nnd oilier pen-ous of high intelligence mid character, lo thrust such testimony nsult) may he professional, but it is imuiauly No physician eau forget Ihat valuable, addi lions to our Materia Mcdica have sprung from just such sources. I was so imniessed Willi this cloud if witnesses that I purchased some I otlles of Warner s Safe ( mo at a neighbor iiig drug stoic, and analyzed one of them to see if it contained anything poisonous. Then 1 took threo ot tlio iiresenbeil doses at once and found there was nothing injurious m it I do not hesitate to say that if 1 found my kidneys in serious trouble, 1 should use tin remedy, because, of thu hopelessness of all ordinary treatment, and because) when hundred intelligent reputable poisons unite in the statement that a certain remedy ha cured them of a gravo malady, 1 cl.ooso to believe that they speak the truth. 'Kut as you may know, my great iiih ri al life lies in prevention. For forty veins have labored in this field. lueof llio phases or my work lu iew r.hgliihd was I tin cstuo bailment of tho bailies' Seminary at boxing ton, Mass. My aim was to illustrate the lO-sibilmes in llio ph.sieal training of u rl during their school hie. This institution bocamc, heforo I left il, the largest and most niiccu sfiil seminary for young women owiik nnd managed by one iieiHon in our country I sat down to dinner every day with a family ot two hundred persons. I ho reimirkabli results of Hiih muscle training among girl were given iu my paper published iu the A'o li .Imht"iii ,'ci iVm of iJeeember, ISSJ. besides I established the Normal Institute for rhysicnl 1 raining in llosion, and for t years was its 1'resideut and Manager. Ilr, Walter Chauiiing, lir.Tliomns lloskins, I'ro fessor ljooluud and others were auioiig it teachers, and moro than four liuudied per- tons took its diploma and wont out into all parts of the land lo teach the uewsehoolof gymnastics. And now thu years lelt lo me propose t'J devolo to the magazine which liavo coiiiu here to establish. It will bo the Ini gesl periodical overdevoto I to this Held of literature, and will proseul llio hundred und one uiieslions of hygiene willi the simiilieitv of n child's talk. To this end all so-called learning will bo subordinated. Tho maga zine will he morn or less illustrated, and will strive t. roach n high pluao iu the confidence and hearts or llio people, lu a few weeks nur first number will appear, nnd we shall fondly hopo for it a hearty welcome." Tho fads ubove nan atud are indeed most important. It is gratifying to know that the lifelong exi eriencos of n genllemnn who stands without a peer in nueceastully demon strating thu principles of hygiene; whoso heart has always been iu sympathy with the allliolcd, and whose brain has ever been no tive in planning for their relief, are lo ho given to the public through the pages of a magazine. And it is specially significant and proof positive of rare nieiit that n pro piiulniy medicine, even wth such high stnnd inu as Warner's Safo (;ure is kuown to have. should be indorsed and recommended liy n man so nnie, so repuiaiiie and of such ntiomd renown us Dr. Dio Is wis. A Story of Poison. In a speech in favor of vivisection, somo weeks ngo, Bir. Lyon , rinyfair made a great hit by a story of two Ger mans experimenting with a poison he would not name, which produced no im mediate effect, but killed sometime after ward, if those who had token it were not made idiots by its use. Of the two who took this poison, ono died (aidd Mr. l'layfair), and tho other is in an idiot asylum. Ho argued that- had they ex iicrimcnted upon rabbits they would liavo saved their lives. It han, how ever, been sinoe asserted that this lamentable occurrence was duo to quite another ennso, having nriscn out of some experiments made with mercurio mothydo in Dr. Odling's laboratory. Tho two men bad just completed their work, when they spilt a flask containing the poison on the tablo. Unwilling to do the work over again, they preferred lo sop the stuff up with sponges, and unwittingly iuhnled the poison, which aroHe iu a vajnir. Ono died under its in influeneo almost immediately. Tho other, having sjieiit days in warning his fellow chemists of the dangers they were exposed to in nsing it, grew grad ually worse, and died a mouth after the occurrence. An old woman waa asked what she thought of one of her noighbors of tin name of Jones, and with a knowing look replied: "Why, I don't liko to say any thing about mv neighbor lmf . in luv Jones sometimes I think, and then again I don't know, but after all I ratlin guess he'll turn out to bo a good den bucu Hon oi man as i uko mm to be. TROimLB A ... luuuitta iii a roue said to a reporter lately that he is look nig forward to tho greatest finanoial con Vlllsloll that m i,i, ti7.li -i l . ouvAja iiuiiBU'eeii ami tlio ent.irA imnniM, j .., . - ,,,, BUU lnB, ii will not e long before it an put in appearance, A Check on (he cashier. u- r,t, book keenera and cashiers are defaulting now-a-days, that the mat teffo attracting, attention among busi ness men and otners, una many .Ke ions are offered. A practical book keep ing writes as follows and his suggestions are worthy of more than a passing no- tico- "Vhcrever a man ww """" itpsr of mony let there be placed a check upon him i.y Laving l.Js aexonnts ex nmined by another emp oyee or, tetter still bv a member of the firm, either evrtyly orrery week. Let it bo un dersWl at the ti-oo the f f.gngemcnt is made that this is the rule al the house, nnd let this rule bo carried out with tlio utmost regularity. It l nonsense w r, as some have done, that this will nun a man's feelings." My opuuon s turn u.. honest man will gladly submit to it, in asmuch as U takes a great responsibil ity off his shoulders, whilo n rogue vi." soon bo founii our, inereuy nimoK employer, perhnps, considcrablo low. Tho firm I am with is a lurgo and well known Olio, and I therefore have expe rience, otheriso I would not be where 1 am. When I was engaged mo supervis ion I speak of was exercised over me. After a year my directors were kuid noiich to sav that m future this should not bo done any more, as they were sat isfied that "their funds were safo in my hands." I there nnd then requested them to bo kind enough to continue our former system, for the foiiwmo above dated, although 1 gave them to under stand that I duly appreciated their murk .f confidence. At my repeated, urgent request we kept on tho even tenor of our wav. and the result is that no doubt not even the slightest suspicion exists in the minds of my directors, while I go home in tho evening without having to worry myself whether my directors do not, perhaps, have hoiiio misgivings about mo or mv cash account. "I repeat, tho only way to keep things Iraiclit iu nn oflico is to keep a cheek on the cashier, to which no right-minded man will object. This can be dono in n way which will not bo uKso.no while it prevents fraud." Worse Than a Itrick. AN INI'BItNAI, MAC1IINB TO 111? CAnltlKD IN mn cnows of a hat. A Harlem gunsmith nnd model makei who lias had considcrablo experience in constructing intricate machinery, includ ing devices for handling powerful explo sives, Haid lately that he had ill the past few months mado two so-called in fernal machines that wcro concealed in U.iis'cnt-looking silk bats. The ma e'uinery is nitrated by clockwe'k. lb added: " To conceal the machinery thero it placed over it a coneavo mirror. Any curious person looking into the hal would not notice its shallow depth in -causo of tho appearance his face would assume. Tho can is intended for nitro glycerine, and will hold considerably more than n quart. It is intended that the man who wishes to use tho muchiiu shall wear it into tho building ho wishes to injure. Keinovinrj his hat nnd plac ing it ugaiust a wall, ho will take n handkerchief out of it nnd at the sniuc timo remove tho pin Ihat allows the clockwork to start. Then he will put on a soft hat, which ho will take from his pocket, and walk away." " Isn't such n hat top-heavy and liabli lo drop off?" the reporter asked. " Not so heavy as you would think; only two pounds and abont five ounces. Any one can accustom himself to curry a brick like that iu his hat." Hi'KCtJi.ATiNe). A corrcsiiondcnt writes; "A Niv York merchant remarked : 'I have been an tfccasiolinl speculator for eighteen years, and have kept books lo .diow the net result of spculatioii, w hich the averago speculator does not. About to close my business, I had my specula tive accounts balanced, and deducting commissions to brokers, found that I wiih really Hliort, but for $'J0,0(K) which I made lately iu a real estate transaction, that represented eighteen years' profits. At tiuicH I have made thousands, and but for my books should liavo supKiscd myself a considerable gainer. In brief, brokers' commhisions have absorbed my profits." Mill S.itli.lle.1 vi lli, n I. Idle. The Surgeon General of the (', S. A., Dr. S. 1. Moore, writing from headquar ters, liiclimond, Vn., in lHlill, stales olli ciully that, "if Dr. Woithingto.i can furnish large quantifies of his Cholera and Diarrhoea Medicine, wo will place il iu the army, iih a remedy iu bowel nlVee tiiiiis." sold for '2" nnd fit) cents a bottle, by druggists and dealers. Tim sympathy of most people coiiHiHts nf n mixture of good liuiuor, curiosity unci self im portsnee. (iAstuink cun s dyspepsia. What more do you waut 'i' Ask your druggist for it. Ua think is in liquid form. Tub pi'ople whom wo never contradict arc tiiose wlioni wc eithur lovomostor reajieut luast. blle ami frlrls reqnirln? s non-alcohol, in gentle stiinu'ant, will find Brown's Iron Bitten beneficial. Tiiosb opli! in wlu.iii heart and luiderstKii.l- mg imiance caeli otlier develop ihU. Wrihii svii.i u pA. Kav. KliWh WilaoO ya: ' Urmia's Iran Rtttera have perms nnllv cured me of chill anil fev" Vi'k iisunlly learn to wait only when wc lmvo in. longer Hiiything to wait for. r'AYKTTRVIl.T,, AlIK. Itev. T. J Rillv y: "t uard trown' Iron Bitten for fmll geation mid chills with entira aatiifactloa'1 To ho content with little, is ilitlicillt: to lie content w ith much, inipossihle badloa A ohlldren'i boot ft ahoca csn't rnn over if Lyoa'a Patent Heal Btiffenen are naed. ('onhidkh cxisU'iico as a task, and you will he able always to endure it. Rhenmatine-OontaJIne, Dr. F.lmore't 105 Wil liam fit.. N. Y., ii tho only rent curativ mr di eovered tut rheumatiam, anil beat remedy known for kidney, liver and atoniaeh diacaaea. Abun dant proofi, Send for circulars. Those to lie feared are not thoiio who dispute but those who concede. " Dr. Bonaou's Celery nnd Chamomile Pllla are worth their weight in gold in nervous nnd dek hondache." Ur. H. H. Schlichter, o' Ihdtimore. . HonillKM nrntpcla na frnm nHuuinna liohhy becomes a paaaion. One "Vee )).'. no enrf nf medicine; no relief. Ih: iciiaoii's skin On e has driven mean all millions and I'm nenrlu well." Ida C. Voung, Hamilton, lll.Driiggisls Jieep it, ft. When art finds no temole onerr. It takea ref uge in the work-ehop. PuKl cod liver oil, from selected llvera on the sea abore by Caawell, Baiard 4 Co., New York, Abaoluiely pure and iweet. Pa tients who have one taken it pieter it to all others. Phyaioiani deaiare It tuperior to all other oil Miv eliarenal with ill f.wwl t.-l.An n,i -. nn. ., ini.ta.lllK Mirlrnva Th NhiMnil im.uuit. -..1.11... .. tomacn and prevents indigestion. u. bi.v ni.itc., mio eioinns me fowls nnd nnimals with warmer clothing for N.lnpa ! II,. l..nU.. ...... -it. .1 wniiei, noipa morn 10 can 11 on 111 summer mnKes tne oest tisir uu, (Jnrboline, which it I Petroleum perfumed, and sold at ft a bottle. i- i uui.i in. 1 1, n-elt-Ueiit an k ff penury Ihe nnwit nrotlltthl thing about the farm, not excepting the ni'leh cow. rtrPi.i'.n Jisnili. face plmplei nd tough kin cured by n.inir Junij.er Tsr Sosp made DJ Csswell, UszarU a U., now 'l iif tmrnnt butU-r ever inane n my tninted and !H,i,v..,d In one nh.-rt hour by ote jeetiDiiid siirrouniliiigli'; Henry's Cnrbiillc Hnle, in the Ik-st Halve for Cuts, llml;", ?,r.M;i'1 llheiiiii, 'fetter, ChapiH il Ihinds, ( hilh urns, " nil, 'l kinds of' mn W'"! lesHial I'liuliles. (let Henry (rli ie Halve, li s and I'liuiles. (let Henry i ns till others uTe mniliterfeils, Price KB cents. Iliiwie sinirieii l.tfe. Alsrliethv, the Kreiit Knglisl. surge nsked B In.lV who toid mm '"'"? """" '"' ' 'Whut weilld . vou lisver rue inns'" " f "oniv wMigiit !- ' "nr" :?r ..' ever, Is. cured I.y Dr. Win. null im " Il e I.hiiu'. In vvlioopuiK i oiii" e it iiiniicliiit. lv alluvs inlliui ition, and H sure to prevent a bind termination of the disease. -Jol.l h) all dniKBists and dealers Hi niedielllt. As Iowa editor, being asked by a cor--,e1ei.t if liecs imid. Inw looked ovei list nnd decJd-al that his subscript i" they do not. Woman'" I'HenH' lla.ln. I.. lro..M.sl f..r n.n rl irllh W-liwl rti, with l m tsotolhe bpital f inartmmt, which ldM u t dOcol. fri.m.l. bat f..n.l aowllsf. '"' J l,.mi.rar nntur.. and 1 had iwn P aU hnr e a our. ant m, h,..l.n,l w a.hl:d W "' ""', . in..,' thai b.H ud It .ad bu.n aural of a m J I drur and W.ln.- t" ,"'"'"' "u, b,l a t o-a.1 ..ne.h.ll al tl.a holtl. u-'lor. 1 ." t b. . .... .. Mi in Oi. bark, aail the wI1ins of m Ilml.'..m,m.a.l to o down. '?"fi'"9 much bntter. fur 1 had bacon., ao had thai all I ala d lr,w,.p.. tar, much. Il . fall d,.Hil-H. o blnad with tb. other troaMaa. Md l b. "d Mil., "ml an. aid. l do mt wort aad jUl hi.UM.hu ullaa, which belr bad bn ... ......w llnnl'a lleine'lr I"' b!.'ltli and hapiilfloa. which I lOT aajnr, and " il h-balf .1 rn m., auBrla Ud, Iri-n . Uuat' n and ....... ..I. In inclUiintb.tif one. ir I' you will Iw conTlncwl. aa I w.. afen mr own will, that Hunt'a R.ra.dy li ind d a woman t Iriend. Yoo am at liberty Ml am ii " II you io chooH. ltsauoctfiilly yonia, MHS. WM. CRAY, Ilotol (lol.lan.ltb. HlaTremont Htraat. B.lon, Apnlllli, liy. A HiiKncOlnster' I'rnlar. Mr, 11. Bauny, taae nialer(raEatrii ltillr.a'1. "Iharo niwd Hunt'a Rmady, theral k.dni-yand li,,., mnlinlim In m family for month-. It wn n-.-nm. aii-ndii'l I.y lrind In I'artamonth who have bm-n curfd al knlney tniuhlaa, anil 1 dad It jual aa r.-.n-ei.t. d and ...hi. li. uriulit In iioUI. AlywifniaR'i4 it (or.lya. impHla, and baa tinprnfnd an rapidly that I ul..'iirlully Inilnnw It aa a tannly meu.c.no oi rea. mo..., mild not Ik- without It." April 27. IH-a. . Ti.R best wny to mako liavo an aim. a name Is to Qr.Vohthihgtons HOLERA URAMP iarrhoeaC (ure JLOVEX It YEARS tHl niii'-'W ft rholfru. Cpiint.t. IMnrrhn'H. lvM'nlfry,iin.nn'irmilnlnl, lTtriln, ml -thrr iff" t,.,n of lh t f h ( '-on. (a. it.ti.-liK-l iu Ihe Arm;, X'fil. y rurifPitn-l,etirr,l C. 4. A. H-.-tiimieTnlia1 ht lim. H itrefi, I'urtfj'T -llitiifril ; Hi.ti. K-ni.t'th K-iir, Hor V.H. Trt-ntiirv. ni l ml.. r. I'n.-r, Sol.l lr llriitn?M(. t.'t Uriltrs. 'lltili i-t.'iiv if '-ir into . Iib.wn 1:1 l-tt'., ti..f Diimri.wn. THE CHARIFS i. VrflFl R CnilPANV. .iiN'.iti, Ui., I S. A. No time hnnld be lost if the stom ach, liver nnd Ih.w ela are afl'i-eted, to a. lopt the Kiue rem edy, Uiishtler'a Klouiach llittora. Ilipwniwioil llieortfana na.rii.l bi-ie-L oli.rt fur inure at-ri'ina, and a .May ia tli"n.fura liarnnlnua. Iyip pia. I.av.-r (tiim.ital.ii. I'litlls noil r'uvfr. nar- Iv lllif.i.i.ntKi hOmf-l K . .1 1, e y Wmikni-a, bri.iix tn-riniia bclilj tn.ul,. .1 Intlwl wit ii. I.- t.n limn it. .mini tlna etlix-liva ll.il aala nu'liciiw. For aale by all , STOMACH-. PriicirisU and I. del a generally CHICAGO " SCALE CQ, PjtW'tf'.a Toil MM, ll.-am llo Iiii-IhiIimI, .,COTTOMBeAM&FftAIVIE,48. The "l.it lii-luelik.'5 .. i.. I . .-:r, l,. .:. ff- tint OT.irii iiiKi. kr,i,T.i i-iii. Ki.isrrui:a. rOEGES, TOOLS, &( Jitur, rn ijihii niPHu, rir II unit k It itl TitoiH. tli tlmr anil ranitt-f ritilna odd Jnbi. tivil-. Vlrc-. a i wr l'liclni. I'lthKa Ht)I,t .Stt.r I. U..TAIL OPIUM HABIT Cured Painlessly. Thu Mtxliciim Kf.M for Attinall miti-gin .x,TilhorOTtoi sonirinitinK. All trwiteil hy BptM-ml irfnTii ttcii. t hilt inrtioiil.im iltln-.i thu Ojroverer. OR. S.J, COLLiN?, La Portr, Ind. 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Ht-itu cm. 1 Blurali.yiuuc drflARIOOBlM-allwlMWIII rt. i aar ' WJjS 7ltabl',afoadaarlnaa.lBi' '''""JilTTi J'lro.r tl toW. aUTkHaTHI iaTNTllTT. .'twciiiy-W1": IRON WUK" D. A. MUlMt. '" P. 0 Bon 1690 Naw Orltw . . . a 4 I Mannfaotnrara of r?"1?!, ts tod PUtform (JO'n on J" IntfloM. Nuaar Mill., anu FronU, OolumnM. mlttiinaand Machllia al AjivAaa. vaavi viidii, ma - jm. fWh . Charlotte, North Cnro" juaiietta Direet, Aiuma, . . Mutji,u.er, AU1" mil a Pi &