A word od spoken, a hand nnpresaid,
A look nnwM or a thought nug aeued.
And loul tht were kindred may lire apart,
Never to meet or know the trntb.
Nerer to know how heart beat with heart
In the dim pant daji of a wattod youth.
Ehe Bball cot know how bis pulaei leapt
When over his temples her treaaea awept;
Ai abe leaned to give him the jasmine wreath
Bbo felt hia breath, and her face fluhed
With the passionate love that choked her
And aaddens her life now her youth ia dead,
A faded woman who waita for death,
And murmurs a name beneath her breatb;
A cynical man who aooffa and jeera
At women and love in tbe open day,
And at night-time kiaaea, with bitter teara,
A faded fragment of jaamine (pray.
I'OK THE FARMER'S HOUSEHOLD.
A great many suppose that beoanse au
egg is an egg, there is no tlilTerence in
the quality. What a mistake I There
is junt as much difitrfnce ia the strength
and richness of eggs as there is between
poor and tender beef. Take bens that
are kept in au almost starved condition
and thoir eggs will be poor and weak.
When poured from the shell they ap
pear small and flat. But, take the same
hens and feed them as they should be
fed, and the eggs, when emptied from
the shell, will be large and round.
Every practical honuowife knows this.
Not only so, but if you would raise
gooj-sized, plump aud healthy chick
ens, you must feed the hens which lay
the eggs ou good, sound, healthy aud
nutritions food. Take weak or poo
eggs and set them, and a few, no doubt,
will hatch; but the chicks will be weak
and feeble, and, therefore, the more lia
ble to pine away aud die, aud what few
do livo will nevor amount to much.
But, take good, strong, rich eggs, and
nine out of every tun will hatch, and the
chicks bo strong and healthy, and not
near as liable to disease; and if from any
cause you should fail to feed them, their
vigorous vitality will enable them to
run about in search of something to up
pease their appetites.
Cultivation of Ittirkvtlintt.
When sown for mauure, buckwheat
may be put in as soon as the grouuJ is
in condition and warm enough to ensure
germination. If for seed, it Bhould not
be sown until the last week in J une or
the llrst week in July. S-w one bushel
per acre if for seed, uud one and a-half ',
if for manure. The yield will rauge,
in a good crop, from fifteen to twenty
bushels to the acre. In threshing with
the machine, remove most of the teeth
from the concave, and go slow. The
straw is not of much account for stock
feeding, and has been alleged to be in
jurious, but this is not proven.
Save llit Liquid Miiuuro.
The liquid yieldings of animals are
worth more good authorities suy one
sixth more pound for pound, than the
solid excrements, and are saved with
greater care by tho best European farm
ers aud gardeners. All the leaks in tbe
stable are not in the roof; those often in
the floor are qnite as objectionable, and
are tho cause of a great deal of waste.
Hint lor clip Ilnuerwii'r.
A tin covering for fl.ttirons when
heating saves fuel and keeps the room
from excessive heat.
To mend broken chinaware take nlns. i
ter of Paris aud mix with the white of
an egg. U-se water to keep it thiuned,
Ton Dysenthiiy. Parch brown a ta
blespoouf ul of rice; put into a enp of
cold water aud let it come to a hard
boil; sweeten a little.
A heavy chalk mark drawu a Anger's
distance from your sugar-box and all
aronnd (and there must bo no tpnei
uncovered), will surely prevent ants
from troubling it.
FiiSGwouM Remedy. Oil of paper
made by burning a sheet of ordinary
writing paper upon a plate, will cure a
ringworm, which is caused by contagion
or some impurity of tho blood; the oil
will be seen after the paper is burned
in the form of a yellow spot; this Ap
plied with tho finger twice a day will in
a very short time cure the wrrst of ring
worms. Cuors and Steaks fok the Sick.
In cooking steaks for the sick, they
should alwavs be cut about one inch in
thickness. Beat it well with a rolling
pin. This renders it tender and pre
serves tho juice. Place upon a broiler
and cook for seven or ten minutes, turn
ing frequently. When done lay it upon
a hot p'ute and season with salt and pep
per aud a littlo butter. Never chop
moat with a sharp instrument. It sev
ers the flbiri, thus allowing the juico to
escape while cooking.
Deviled Crabs on Fisn. Take !
cooked crabs, lobsters or flak and pick
very fine; make a mayonaise salad dress
ing with plenty of mustard and vinegar
and cayenne pepper, and mix with fish;
also a pinch of thyme, and very fine
chopped onion, and season with Worces
tershire sauce; fill your shells, or crab
shells, with the fish, then put cracker
or bread crumbs on top, with small
pieces of butter, and bake in a hot oven;
if the fish is at all dry, pour on some
milk before Inking.
Dr. J. O. Holland, the talented editor
of Srribr.cr, in one of his discursive
moods writes as follows of music as a
means of worship : 'The churches are
full, as a rule, where tbe music is excel
lent This fact may not be very flatter -ing
to preachers, but it is a fact, and it
is quite a legitimate question whether a
church has a right to surrender any at
traction that will give it a hold upon the
attention of the world, especially if that
attraction is an elevating one, and in
the direct line of Christian influence
Congregational singing is well enough
in its plaoe and proportions, but very
little of the inspiration of music comes
A STORY FOR CHILDREN.
On a finny hill-side grew a little col
ony of May-flowers. They had slept
quietly through the long winter, tucked
up, snug and warm, in their covering of
snow ; and now the bright sun looked
down on them, and the wind stirred
them, and the birds called to them, and
they raised their strong, hardy leaves,
and lifted np their stems of small buds,
and rejoiced that spring was near. A
little girl came out among them. She
said to herself : "I am going away to
morrow. I can't stay to tee the dear
May-flowers open, so I will take some of
them with me, and keep them in water,
and they will remind me of this beauti
ful place, aud perhaps they will blos
som." 'Oh," said the May-flowera, "please
don't take us I"
But the wind blew so that Mary ; the
little girl, did not hear them, and she
pulled stem after stem, till she had as
many as she could hold ia her small
hands. Then she looked aronnd her at
the bine sky, and tho branches of the
trees against it, and the soft, dead leaves
flying in the wind, and tho patches of
white snow in the hollows ; and away
in the distanco tho lighthouse and the
She said good-bye to it all, for she
was afraid she might not see it again
soon ; and the little May-flowers said
good-bye to it, too.
The next day Mary tied the May
flowers together, and wound a piece of
wet paper around their stems, and they
started on their journey.
Tho cars were crowded and hot, and
Mary held the flowers very tight for
fear of lowing them, and the tall people
rested their elbows ou them, aud the
stout ones pushed against them, and
they thought they would die.
But soon the paper was taken off, and
the string was untied, and they were
put into a vaso of watt r.
The little May-flowers drooped for a
time, and could not held up their
Mary pet them in the opeu window,
aud a gay bird in a cage sang to them ;
but they mourned for their pleasant
home, and they did not like to stand
with their feet in the water, and they
"Let us give up in despair."
Then tho bird saDg, "Cheer np ! cheer
up! chirrup! chirrup 1"
They did not liRten to him at first,
b by and by they said to him :
Whv do you say that to us 1 Do
yon know that we have been taken from
our home snd our friends on the hill
side, where the sun shone, and tho birds
Bang all around us ? Row can we live
and be happy here, and with our feet in
the water, too ?"
But the bird said : "Cheer up ! The
sun is shining on you, and I am singing
to yon as well as I can, and how much
better it will be for you to blossom aud
be beautiful, and make some one happy,
thiu to do nothing but wither aud be
thrown away. Do you think I like to
be here, shut up iu this cage, when I
have wiups to fly? Not If this cage-
door should be left open, yon would see
me fly up to that chimney in a second."
"Could yon ?'' said the little flowers.
"Yes, indeod," said the bird.
"Would yon ?" paid the flowers.
"Yes," paid the bird, "and then into
that tree, aud then away to the wooila
somewhere. But while I am here, I
i ,hiuk 1 may aB n oml be 6y."
"Perhaps he is right," thought the
flowers ; so they lifted up their heads
aud looked up.
Mary gave them fresh water every
day, aud loved them dearly, aud talked
to them of the beautiful hillside ; and
the cheerful bird sang to them, end at
last the little buds began to grow acd
make tho best of it.
One bright morning, just two weeks
after they were gathered, the iDrgest
bnd opened its petals, and blossomed
into a full-grown May-flower .'
It was whito, with a lovely tinge of
pink, and oh, so fragrant ! Mary al
most cried with delight, and she kissed
the dear flower, and carried it to every
one in the bouse to be admired. The
bird stood on tip-too on his highest perch
and flapped his wings, and Fang his best
I "Was I right?" said he. "Did I give
you good advice ?"
j "joe," said the fbwors, "you were
right. To blossom and be beautiful,
and make some one happy, is better
than to givo np in despair and do noth
ing." St. Xit h'Ati.
Number Seven in the Bible.
In seven days a dove was reut.
Every seven days the land rested.
Jacob served seven years for Rachel.
Jacob mourned seven days for Joseph.
On the seventh day (lid ended his
Abraham pleaded seven times for
Tue golden candlestick had seven
N'aamac washed seven times in tho
Jacob was pursued a seven days' jour
ney by Laban.
Every seventh year the law was read
to the people.
Ou the seventh day Noah's ark touched
Solomon was seven years building the
temple, and fasted seven days at its ded
ication. Oa the seventh day of the seventh
month the children of Tsrael fasted
seven days in their tents.
Job's friends sat with him seven days
and seven nights, and offered seven bul
locks and seven rams as an atonement.
A plenty of seven years and a famine
of seven years were foretold in I'ha
roah's dream by seven fat and seven
lean beasts, and seven ears of blasted
Ia the destruction of Jericho seven
persons bore seven trumpets seven days;
on the seventh day they marched around
seven times, and at the end of the sev
enth ronnd the walls fell.
A Maryland Sketch.
A writer in Harper' Magazine for
May, in the course of an article on the
coast counties of Virginia and Maryland
Tue soil of Peninsular Virginia is
rather kindly than rich. Certainly it
has not that richness of virgin land of
which it is said, "Tickle it with a hoe,
and it laughs in a harvest;" but light
manuring pruduces a quick return and
ample crops, and that considerably ear
lier than in other places north of Nor
folk. There is still a remnant of the old
style of farming to be seen, of which it
was said that there were only three
crops raised in Yirginia. jorn, hogs and
negroes, of which the hogs ate all the
corn, and the negroes devoured all the
hegs. One of those "crops,' however,
is removed from the list.
Tbe "poor white" is poor very poor.
The small farmers of the North cannot
compare with these in absolute destitu
tion of money.
"Doctor," said one of them, who had
slowly recovered consciousness after be-
ing terribly injured by an exploding
grindstone-"doctor, I reckon I'm Pret-!
- Ko.ll Krt.Mr nr, ltain't T V
"Yes, my man'; you are hurt just
about as badly, to stand a chanco of re
covery, as any man I ever saw."
"Tuet's so, thet's so. Wa'al, doctor,
do you know, thet ez poor as I am, an'
ee much ez I need money, I I wouldn't
ev bed this happen to me fer for firtn-t-fhe
Many of these poor whites are day-
iur..,o. nn ih nofM.hnWna farm. 1ml
work a small patch of potatoes or corn !
ou their own account, iu ground mostly I
so tilled with stumps and so given to
overgrowing bushes as to be useless t3
any but themselves. Ouo sometimes
., them working in their fields. Pa-
f.wiiia. .in.. n, inwin l'.linB '
Afmtmn. .iron. ,nrn .n.l tbe ret
ooine in regular sequencs, M iter leading
The reach Crop.
The peach trees throughout Maryland
and the lower section of D.-laware give
appearances so favorable that there is :
every prospect for ono of tho largest
crops that has been gathered on the pe-
ninsula. The fact that the blossom ng
is from two to three weeks later than
last year lesseus the chance of injury
by aDy frost or freezing weather. The
statements that many orchnrds have
been rooted np because of last year's
failure is denied. Oal.v tho old trees '
that had ceased to be fruitful were cut
down, snd the new trees coming into
bearing will more than fill up tho space
vacated by the old trees. Arraugenu cts
are making for shipping to the West,
where there will be a demand in eonse
qnenco of the failure of the crop there.
A large portion of the crop will go to
tho drying houses and rauniug estab
lishments. The failure last year lias
left tho market bare of dried aud canned
peaches, so that the demand must be
large. There has been a geucral trim
ming of trees and ou improvement in
the cultivation of orchards by plowing
and the nsc of fertilizers, that will doubt
less reward the owners. Tho following
are the statistics of the peach crop for
tho last twelve years, as indicated by
the number of carloads shipped over
the I L?laware railroad, which, however,
does not include the large quantity that
reaches the Baltimore markets by steam
ers aud sailing vessels : In 1 the
shipments amounted to U.O.V! carloads;
in If'.Sonly 1; in lsc,'. to 4,01'.; iu
the crop was a partial failure, and the
shipment rtacbed 2,7t7, but in 171
there was a full market, and .',001 car
loads were gathered; in 172 1,001 loud?;
in 1CS -"-; in 1n74 l,-tV, and in 17.1
the largest crop was gathered, amount
ing to 11,072 carloads. Tiio judications
now are that tho crop of 179 will be
equal to this. Iu 1 7i", 2,11' csrlt.a.U;
in 1S77, t 0;!, aud iu 17 only HtV), the
crop being almost a total failure.
If Sitting Bull aud his bands of war
riors should be able to flank tho Cana
dian monutod police and take a notion
to Ewoop down upon Dakota acd the
northwestern settlements, there will be
a fair chanco for our people to get even
with the dominion in that little matter
of the fisheries awird. According to
tho ruling of our authorities, our settlers
would have no redress from tho govern
ment for losses incurred in consequence
of snch a raid. When the dominion au
thorities permitted Sitting Bull to find
a refnge within their borders they be
came responsible for him and for all his
acts. If, therefore, he should descend
upon the border aud burn tho settle
ments, our citizens would Lave war
claims to adjust with Canada, snd our
government could demand another ar
bitration and refuse to permit any 1 j1
fosse to act as referee upon it. The
knowledge of this on tho part of the Ca
nadians will probably make them bestir
themselves actively to prevent any such
contretemps as an Indian raid this sum
mer, and it will make them only the
more urgent for Sitting Hall's return to
the charge of the truly paternal Indian
Scribnr.r tells an anecdote of the days
when Emerson, Longfellow, Holmes
and others used to dine together ia or
der to indnlge in brilliant after-dinner
repartee, to the effect that one day tho
club stopped at an old-fashioned tavern
kept by Zack Porter, who had some
ducks brought in and carved by himself,
as a mark of consideration to the dis
tinguished guests. The knife was keen
and was wielded by a deft hand; the
slices fell about the platter like a mow
er's swath, until tbe carcass was bare as
a barrel .
'What do yon do with the bird after
that ?' Lowel asked of the landlord.
'Wall,' said Porter, with a curious
twinkle in his eyes, 'when I've sliced eff
the breast, an' the wings an' legs like
that' (pointing to the shell i, 'I gin'rally
give the carkess to the poor."
Skcfoh of Slinkspenre's Life,
William Winter, the talented dramnt
io critic of the New York Tribune, has
written an interesting account for Har
per' of the "Immortal William." It
appeara from the best authenticated ac
counts that the bard of Avon went to
school when seven years old, and left it
when about fourteeu. He then had to
work for his living his once opulent
father having fallen into misfortune
and he became an apprentice to a butch
er, or else a lawyer's clerk (Ihere were
seven lawyers iu Stratford at that time),
or else a school teacher. Perhaps he
was all three and more. It is conjec
tured that he saw the players who rora
time to time acted iu the (inildhall, un
der the auspices of the corporation of
Stratford, that he attended the religions
entertainments which were customarily
given in the neighboring city of Coven
try, and that iu particular he witnessed
the elaborate and sumptuous pageants
with whioh in 1573 the l-'.arl of Leicester
welcomed Quceu I'.lizabeth to Kenil
worth Castle, ne married at eighteen;
"Ul1 threTe elfiteat
Stratford, he went up to London at
His eutraueo into theatri-
life immediately followed-in what
dubious aefonut says that he held horses
for the pnblio at the theater door;
another that ho got employment as a
prompter to the actors. It is certain
that ho bad not been in the theatrical
business long before he began to make
himself felt. At twenty-eight bo was
known as a prosperous author.
twenty-nine he had acted with Bnrbsge
Queen Klizabith , aud whde
Spenier had extolled him m the "Tears
of the Muses," tho envious Green had
dirrKeJ him in the '( Iroal s Worth of
Wit." At thirty-threo ho had acquired
wealth enough to purchase New Place,
the principal residence in his native
town, where now he placed his family
and established his home, himself re
maining iu London, br.t visiting Strat
ford at frequent intervals. At thirty
four he was heard of as tho actor of
Knowell in Ben Jouson's comedy, then
new, of I'.itry Man in his Humor, and
he received the glowing encomium of
Mores in Wit's Treasury, At thirty.
eight he had written Hamlet and A-i
You .ike It, and, moreover, he was
now become tho owner of more estate in
Stratford, costing him X:WO. At forty
one he made his largest purchase, buy
ing for XJ-i'Mhe titles of Siratford, Oid
Stratford, P.ishoplou and Weleorabe.
In the meantime ho had smoothed the
declining years of his father, and had
followed him with love and duty to the
grave. I). her domestic bereavements
like-wire befoll Lira, and other worldly
cares and duties wete laid upon his
hands, but neither prief nor business
could check tho fertility of his brain.
Within the next ten years he wrote,
among other great plays, nthcUo, Lear,
Marbrth, and Coriohinits, At about
forty-eight he seems to have disposed of
his shares in the two Liudou theaters
with which he had been connected, the
l'.laokfriars and the Globe, aud shortly
afterward, his work as we possess it be
ing well-nigh completed, ho retired
finally to his Stratford home, where he
passed his last days, aud died somewhat
suddenly, ou his fifty-second birthday.
To Enjoy Life.
Tho bcdt recipe we Luow of, if you
want to be miserable, is to think about
yourself how much you have not made,
and tho poor proppects yon havo for the
f utnre. A brave ruau, with a soul in him,
gets out of such pitfnl ruts and laughs
at discouragements, rolls up his sleeves,
whistles aud sings and mekes the best
of lifo. Tin earth was never intended
for a paradise, aud tho man who rises
above his discouragements and keeps his
manhood will only be tho stronger and
better for his ad versitifs. Many a no
ble ship has boeu saved by throwing
overboard its valuable cargo, and many
a man is better and more humane after
he has lo his gold.
The Speech Writers of Washington.
A Washington correspondent says:
Tho 'original speech writers,' a class of
literary gentlemen who rauko a living
by furnishing speeches to order to mem
bers of Congress, have been quite busy
of late. One of these gentlemen fur
nished six speeches ou tho array appro
priation bill. He has already got one np
on the disputed points in the legisla
tive bill, aud has orders for four more.
These speeches are among tho best that
will be delivered r!n the bill, and, bo
sides being well-filled with flowers, are
stored with facts and more information
than a new Congressman could gather in
Accumulation of Intercut.
A Boston merchant with aturu for fig
ures, nnd withal an uncommonly shrewd
student of social problems, has been cal
culating the growth of the immense for
tune now concentrated in the hands of
Mr. Vanderbilt. Presuming tho great
railroad king to li70 twenty years, and
reap annual harvests of interest on his
present vast property no larger than the
modest rate of seven per cent, would
yield, he says that in 1H3, Mr. Vauder
bilfs esCito will be worth S-'WO.OOO.OOO.
It seems incredible, but tho figuring
does not appear faulty.
An Optic.! Illii.ioi!.
Take three differently oolored wafers
red, violet and orange place them upon
a large piece of white papor, in a trian
gular form; hold the paper in a strong
light, and fix the eyes upon the waforn,
and gaziug npon them steadily for two
minnte; then tnrn them away from the
wafers to a blank part of the paper, and
yon will see three spectral wafers, but
tho colors will be dilT jrent ; the red wa
fer will now be represented by a green
one, the violet by a yellow, and the
orango by a bine.
Alexander Stephens is the chairman
of the Committee ou Weights a Del Mea
nres. Comment is unnecessary.
FACTS ASD FANCIES.
Almost any one will get hia back up
when you intimate that ho ia going to
Hath Green says fish have much sus
taining power, lie means, perhaps, they
are good to prop a gate.
If we may believe the Atlanta Consti
tution, it is the late frosts that have
toughened spriug ohickens.
Far happier are they who always
know what they are to do, than they
who have to determine what they will
Stones, the counterpart of cannon
balls in size and weight, are found in the
bed of the Cannon Ball river, a branch
of tho Upper Missouri.
In the National House of Representa
tives there are now IU Johns, 30 Wil
liams, 15 Jameses, 11 Thomases, II)
Georges and ten Josephs.
Iu ono day recently 1,385 bills were
introduced into the House of Represen
tatives, which is the largest number
ever presented at one sitting.
The mouarchs of Russia, Austria and
Spain ore expected to be the guests of
the Emperor of Germany in June next,
when his golden wedding is to be cele
brated. Bishop Potter, the venerable head of
the Protestant Episcopal diocese of New
York, will celebrate the twenty-fifth an
niversary of his accession to the episco
pate in November next.
As an evidence of the number of men
out of employment and the liking for a
littlo anthority.it ia stated that there are
:l,000 applicants for positions on the
police forco of Baltimore.
A man in Brattleboro', Vt., has just
paid to a merchant there a note ho gave
his father seventeen years ago, with in
terest, although the note had been out
lawed and lost and the matter forgot
A little girl in ono of the public
ccbools tbe other day had occasion to
parse tho word "Angel." Coming to the
gender she stopped dismayed. aud asked
her teacher if "there are any men an
Tuero is only one object ia the world
which will attract a young lady's atten
tion from the handsome young man she
meets on the street, and that is another
woman with a hat two laps ahead of any
stylo she has yet seen.
When a man puts the gluo brimh in
the ink, and theu sticks the pen in the
paste pot while he rescues the brush, ho
is apt to let them both rest while he
gets up nnd frees his mind of ceitain
notions iu regard to what a fool ho is.
Tho New Euglaud Conferenoo look
strong action against holding camp
meetings on Sunday. It regards these
places aB the resort of va'n and ungodly
persons who want to mako a day of
frolic of what ought to be a day of rest
After his election President Taylor
wrote to his son Richard, just deceased
inviting him to come to Washington as
his privato secretary. Dick refused the
offer haughtily, say iug that he "wouldn't
play second fiddle even to tho President
of the United States."
It is generally supposed that Chinese
"rice paper" is made from rice. It is
really made from tho pith of a tree.
which grows to tho height of twenty
feet, and which is also used for tho man
ufiioture of artificial flowers and certain
toys and fancy articles.
Frank Wilson, of Yancey county, N
('., wished to go West, but lacked the
wherewithal. Si he killed a goose,
bloodied himself, told his brother he
had killed a neighbor, collected $-200
from him and others to enable him to
escape, and ran away.
"Have yon given electricity a trial for
your complaint, madam?" asked the
minister, as ho took tea with the old
lady. "Well, yes, I reckon I has. I was
struck by lightning last summer and
hove out of the window; but it didn'
seem to do me no sort of good."
When a Baltimore cook had got her
kitchen Are well under way, the other
morning, she was greatly frightened by
cries issuing apparently from the stove,
Her screams soon brought the family to
tho spot, the most courageous of whom
opened tho oven, when out crawled a
A littlo five-year old child who hod
just lost hor father received a ticket of
reward from her teacher a fow days ago,
As soon as school was out she ran home
to show tbe ticket to her mother, and
when she snowed it the child satdj
"Motber.I havoheld the tirkeb up to the
sky all tho way homo, so that my father
could s?o how gcod I have been."
Chilla and Kover, Fever and Aftno, a enre
guaranteed iu every (?. N'jt one aliako after
tho flrxt dom a novcr-faUina; and oaitive
cure, l'nt np la two forma, pvwrttra ana ptlls
the name ia Prof. I'aiue'a Anti-Heptie I'owdrre
aud Anti-SopUe I'llla. Ujae (or a enre, one
cverv two bonra ntitll twenty powdor or uu
are taken ; take a liver lteoovator Pill over?
night, and repeat the Anti-Heplie l'owrtirs or
I'llla every Haven day, l'owdera fl.uu per
box. Liver till 25 centa per box. aent by
mail, ttben ordering be tnreand. alatewuctn
rr Ton want powdera or pill', indole the money
in the loiter and direct to Prof. YV. Paine, 269
a. MntU Htrect, PntUdelpbia, l'a.
, rf.-.t Tlm.--k.fT-T. Ilrmtlntraaf. aid
Mitt If f..r f;v -:.ra f.t .In.! - tM l :....ir:.l
iMlttiiiMion tivmrl .f Hi- .r -I. It i.U
prin. we hanrr'f. tl- I n.e k. . p. r. F-.r Men. H"". M.h-I. mi.-.. rl..i I ; ' r-, ' r..v. n, is una
Kinuera It i. ii.l tl - ' 1- 'I' V nr.- 1I1 hillli pri-i .! wat.'ll. n"l In li'a'.y rn-. liii.ro
ni""': "ov.'.liHk'.f 1.1 A Hi trtW I ha'" f..rl . Tl.r sOl.A Kill A I'll
WATt II lau.V.1 bvli. H. Hnwera, I'rlnelpalor the ( har lesion n lllarh hrhnol. iim.I I. I.. ln f"t
.r..,li d lnl.i nil the -h-nia lhro-.iirl...lit lb- "-! Knu-a. and i- d. lioe.l .i become fhe lu..t
' ii.. fiil Titn. ...; r ev. r b.i. iiu d. 'ihv SOLAKt.KAI'H WATCH lmhil a Mi.U at tho Me
I rluuiie1 Y ir. at Itn"!i.n, In 1 7. . , , .
Thia In no toy. but i. ina-h- on n iml'ff prim lpl.-, nnd every one wan inte.I to be aeenrnlo nnd
' reliable. We have lna.U- the price very low imp!) to lnlrvdu- e Hum nt uw, after which 111- prtco
willhj nV AT( j. y(t , j, ,,, ,,,, ., nnt niitfM.- ca.-. and .nt bv mull In
lnvffl..lr.-.af..rl.l. V I a. m...!r it.-pri. r l-.v, pl.i-e ,nl two f.anip if eonv. i.len! to
Ii. Ijj pa; -.v.', . .'.ddr. plali.l), ,j
i F. F. FRENCH & CO., Watch Manufaclurrs, Brockton, Mass.
A sleepy individual asserts that it is a
long laying that bag no turning.
AftlOOOclinllciiKC Noiieroil tl;nl
0E man ran mih H" a lug Willi
till IIIK-llilM ill lN4 lilllO tllHIl
THO men rim in I he old way.
Till chulleiiKf applies to liny two
men in Hie WOKI.I) wlio Mill nr-
't'lt it. A iiiaeliiiio i nlwayai on
nhibilioii opposite new riislom
house, for air-ulur utlilrt'NM, W.
W . aii'M. N. i:. or.lli ami Slono
(reels, Ciueiiiiintl. O.
THE MASON & HAMLIN
Orris tii l. Aiii.f. v AaiuiiTMtNr or the BEST
ASH CHKAI'KST Caliini-t or rrlor nrgsna in uw
world; wmiifmof 1IK1IIKST HONOUH at KVKKY
WORLDS KXPOKITION for TWKI.VK YEARS,
Only Amfrlrmn Oman awanlcil anrh at any. TWO
HIlllll.HT )II.UI1.1 ai l-Allin r.iwi i '"-
ON to TWI XTT-ONlt Ntopw : prll-Bi, fM, f M, t'H,
I jo, io. line, fiua, $iu, $ii, iao, is, uo,
SIJ4, aiStianJ upward. Hul.l alao for Vmj pay-
Tmi...ir Vkkt iKFrmnit OnuANH. lti-fora rur-
mnls l'RII-KH ARK NOT SITB IlIMIIEM I UAH
ohaliig be ur to arud fur latkkt CATAI.OOl'E
witn urwpit tiyira an.i iowmi uwi inc-a. wm uro.
154 Tri-njooi Ht., HclsTON: 41 Kaat 14tll Ht. (fnlon
Sqnarr), fil-.W YOUKjXMI Walwali Air., tiniUAItO.
I WANT A LIVE AGENT
IN K.U II TOWN TO SKI.I. MY AUTU I.KS,
KO MOSEY rtKQOKED till talea ars maile. 1
will tend an outfit, with namphlrta to advrrtlie, 1)J
mail, noatpald. Tbia ia a good opportunity foi
agrnta to add aomrtlilug to their lucomo wlttioot
rliking one cent.
Write for particulars to
W. II. COMSTOCK,
MorrlKinwn. St. I.nwrrnre Co.. rw Vorlt
( II lilt mill ItOt Kl'liX
Uuli r without ItrailuiK Table.
No (l!i.-f. Library, tiutilk- or i.ri-
vnlt'. Hltliup- njuiu or lMazza
aliould (h without aomp of my
Koi'kuiii-t'lialns roomy, to
mty and dural.li. ! Try my 1'url
t.ni Ito. ker.ort lid Point Comfort.
V-and yon will flu.l IIkht. Solid
TTj fetninpforillustiutrd rnrvl.it lo
V. A. Hisi i.Aiii Moimllf, . l.
Kt'lii-vvd and rnrr.i, without tho injury triiuaa
li tll. t, by tr. .1. A. MIIKUMANN ayatriu. OflW,
J.M HnndwnY. Xiw York. Ilia 1ok with nhoto-
yraohre likeni-lora of bad raxt'A b.-foro anil after
mro, mailad for 10 riutr. li ar vt Iraudulrut
flKNX DICK TAYUHfr? IKHiK
Destruction and Reconstruction.
For particular!! adilrpaa
W. . II AYNF.
It font Olit e Ave., Halt iutorr, .WJ
Or any otbfr kitul, u can flip YnnrM-lf w th our
Ni w .tlm'tiiiir io (hit It will ,-ut Iti iicr than
Kvrr. Tut iftli wilt all remain of mini life an
hat. Ht nt fn-P on rt-t-Hpt vt t Iu uujr part of
llir I'mtvtl htalca. llliptrtnl I'lrriitarn fret, liouil
AgfDii wantol in rvry runntv and i-lly. Ad'lrwa
K. KOTH k 1U(., NVw (Hfur.I, K.
f arvvp have hmidrtMK of Iftti-r from itipn lining
onr Machiiit', who a.iy tlwy wouM not tak $9 lor it
II I IS
W AMARUS BEST AND CHEAPin.
J MILLING SUPPLIES
OrrlCSt 93 South itranr St., l urk, -1W
TO FOKM A CO-Oi'KR-
ATI VIC UNION CIA'B
In evonr town In Uie V. S
for nubile bikxI. Any ner-
i.i. m... will m t in. i l-l'L unll! nitmiln-ra w ill he paid
Hit dollar and Lo lti" preeidi-nt. and t-utltlrd lo the
f'aea-wiird. Miouid tln un-ct your approval cnt tliia
out and etnd ten 3 crn! pofUi- aiau.iw furnnult.
Adilrpia Cooperative Union. No. 1" Nrw Cunrch
St., N. Y. Tun will not appear ayaiu in lhi jwper.
I'pllrpay r Fnllinir )ilrfcni-N, warranted to
Hot lie" of my renowned apM-iAr and a valuable
J reauae aent to any unerer aeniiniK iuo ma i-oi-oflr
and Kipre Ad.lre. Ilu. II. U. HOOT, 13
l'earl NtreatN. i .
ry r a f f C S O
(7 A DAY. AdHXTS
if M MANTKII i: Kill lii-.ni.
AT Hale or 1- . -male. Ronielliini; New. Hum.
umb nermaaent. Tarklall Hun I'ntlrril. alaim
d ou llurlap iu color. Are uiadeot Hug11 or Yarn,
For Circular!, addreaa, with atalup.
K. K. KKOST V .. Iliilili-I'oril, Mnlnr.
Taiuphlet. fontaitu the recent aeandalou illacloa
Mr it. ti.A p. il.lt.. M.ttiioIanr Hun KranciAi-o. includ-
Iiiii leallmonv and corn upolideiice. Mailed on re-
raipt of .) n-lilM. Artdra J. Hart, MM t in
ail.. Kan l-'rmirlM-o.JIJul.
' " yV n r r y o r y
LT I TI III I'l TIMM HI) to 'JS eta. per yr.l
a 1 I.T 4 l:l I.I Mi for r. otim in pl ire r.t Mauler,
FM.'P KOOI'IMj and MDIM;. For i-lri-ulal
and Simple addreai '. J. FA V, I'jiiiden. N. .lereey
flC III CrtfKl ,,'"c",nl inveeted III Wall SI. la)
lit 3 IU ISUuU the foundation for aulwtantial lor
linn arvi-rv WMk. all. I vlel'laall lutllivliai- ixti'i-UUk
of profit" I . the New Capitalization Myeteni of ofM-ra.
tlnx in Hto'i'ka. Full eiplaliatlou ou application I.
Adama.ltrDWU A Co., llanam. '-H H -J nroa.i im l
i n nrVrt AtiKNTX W AM'KB i me souiiit ru
IU.UUU and Weetem Hlatea lor the liriliiliel
Triumph "f the Al-e. t IOO lr Month and Kipi nnea.
M3 Outfit tree. tiilKrr ni ,
V hi I UP UCM l-earn T.'le rapl.y ami ram
TUUMU TILll toKM)a i.l ii. Kv-
ryRradnata guaranteed a pavlnrT situation. Ad
dreaa It. valelil.lie, niaoaKvr, u. --.j ... "
t i ntamn n ilm. fur the new aud mi irk l-r.
f AIR iLllD. of draining. J. J. fallow, ('If velnnd. (.
" !K yoiir I r juKial or Hlnrekwir for Uxumiii'i
iV IHAltltllK.A IIK.Tli:iM. itiaineo-ai
T H XE3
WR6M?H WATCH !
MEATY rMTFD HI IX. I:.tl yK w.
lv - .1 j" ' 0'";"l'"'-T J '"!'"'' !"'
lam - a IBM -I tuiri, ..r.u ni.
INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
. . mif ami II v.. i.
Laborawry, t i n.oiKM.,.icw lur.vuj,
utb or JCIUET CUT.
f TRADE Mini 1
Tha Bafit Remedy Known to lan I
Pr. vmrK .lontirHm nav.HR aiaMiciaM-ti , , 1
aVlaveloWakmHtkl,tho nn'iiicinr man of thJ
lutrodi.rtion of the wonderful temeilyof "Yi" m
fiat f Mrn.t'haf. JodobuimI cm. of aMiioi'lnii
t'o Iowa BO ncrtnniv m m a-ti .
thriHiinrly narrated In the Ac .I'or Herald of 1 ice.
known, end ao nenrly parallel that but littlo me it
lion of Mr. Kaatiiian'a fipcrlcncea will b ftircri
Anioni! tho Comuochoa and Apache, of Tituch
mcniloQ will he made hereafter. Sufllce it to a.y.
that far acvaral year, Mr. Enatmau, whtla a cap
,ve comUed to Kathc,
r"d'in. T.aa made, and i Hill prepared to pro
li j" the aa materiala for Ilia auccaaaful intro
duction or the roeiieiu iu"" ' ,, ' ' "r ia
l'ia putu c tsiai me rem.-i.T - t, -
Wakametkla, the Medicine Man
. . - a - ti. tl.a. tiir-.lirina. snrl
,ion"nTl!a- be" n mken u,y. It I- ;;ho"t .loubt
SM lV'tmi'fll Utoonand Hasill
tha 9int ever known " "" .
Thla tfrup posees vbj.v" f
II art iipoit llic 'r'
II nrlx upon llir li.llJM I'
ll rrsnliit. " Hie ll.nfl.
II purllii a III.' IIIimmI.
II lilela Ilu- NT Syajlem.
II pr..ni..t lllufilii.
II NoiiriRliea, MreuulUrun and InTle-
"u'currlcaonilieold blood nnd mnkt-a
"iTiprna the porra of llio takln, and
Indiu r Healthy aexplratlou.
It neiitruli.-a the horeditnry taint, or poiton In
the I.Io.hI.w liicta L-ene.rateeScriifiil.firynj U. aud
all manner of ekin dinasei. nnd iniernal humors.
There are noipirit-cuM. lined in it manufactari',
nud it ran he taken by the luo-t d. llralo balm, ol
bTtliaedi.iI fe.-ble, tare wij ifjuia ia
Edwin Eastman in Indian Costume.
Ru ns and Ni!a lEAtia Aaoso Titr
abu apai lira. A neat vulumu of .HW patfe".
beini! a airnple aUtement of the horrible facia
t imui-cled with the iud maMincro of a hclplce
larallv. nnd the captivity, tori n re. and iilliniate
r-ap'r of italwornrvlvinc meinhera. I-or rale
liniiirni;''utH tenerully. Price $1.00.
The iuridi-nta ni tho ina-wrc, briefly narrtttt-0,
nn- distributed by ng al: rui-t of charw.
Mr Kiiliun.bcini.' almo-t contjtntly at ln
Wet. ei. -:as.-d i:i V .llieriu and rurinthe nuiteri
ula ..f wiik U the inedii ine li rorapi.ncd. the eoia
biifiin fs niaiirn.-nu nt d. volvea upon Hr Jolim.n,
ni.d the reuuily ha been called, aud ia known aa
Dr. Clark Johnson's
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Tries cf Largu Bottle 102
Pricaof Small Bottle 60
It-id the volnntary tcntimnnlala of H-r.oin who
havo neon enrad by the uw of Ur. ( lark Jobnaoa a
ludlaullloi.d ;rup, iu your own vicuilly.
Testimonials of Corel.
Xorth Carolina Tesztmontalt.
RioommcndB it to all.
Wako Foru.t, Collcgo, Jan. 30, 1879.
PearH.r: I btve aa d tbe Indian Blood
Bjrup which I pniebaaod from your Ant, W.
JJ. Wingatn, cud think it a aeryiceable luedi
cine; ita effect oa tbe Liver, Blood, and other
way a I have hnd oooariou to uae, have been
fully up to the claima of ita Agut ; and cheer
fully recommend it lo tho jHt.p'eof thiati
cioity. . Ii. Gill, aiagiatrate.
An V. lellorit Mrdirino.
Pregtonviilo. 8u k. Co., N. C, Jan. I. i"0.
DearHu-: II -wing bein i filu-Ud wilb Bhen
niatinm in my back and biia fr tbrne veara, I
waa adTiaed to try your Ia.!ia:i Blood Byrup
aud I can gay it haa d t.c me more Rood than
any medioino X ovwr UU. Joel Hawkii .
Ilr-medy fur ltlicnmitim.
Hid dwanip, llubutuu C .., N. 0., I
Oj'. 3. 178. f
near8:-I waa ifU'etod Mi h Illuumatio
r:u for ten yeara, aud 1 tried many re&itilie",
but found none to do mo any good nut 1 1 pur
chased aotne of your Indian lilond Birup from
yonr A)uut, acd li&vi -i; teatcd it nijeo'.f, 1
TTould rocouimoud all aliliclt-d to givo it a trial.
Cored when other Remediei Failed.
MoaaNeok. Ilobcuon Co., N. C.
Dear Sir: I waa badly afflicted, and I am
Elad to teatify that your Indian Blood Hrrnp
aaonred mo when every other medicine failed.
I oouaidont a valuable medioino. J. SlcArthur.
Another ease of IHienmatlam Cured.
,.iarhil Maxwell, of Lumberton, Itobeaon
Co., N. U., wrilcathat he haa been cured of
Itbenuiatiem by tho nao ol' the Indian Blood
Hyrnp and would reoonunund all to give II a
V.tnioJv for rokaobe.
Bnlavi!le, liupltu i)o.. N ti., fb. 30. 1879.
l)..ar Mir : I wat i.n(T. rinjf Ttiy much with
tho Backael-e. ami throe dues of tour Indian
blood 8vrui enrtd mu. W. J. Barber.
Dyapeptia and Indigaatlon and Lirer Com
plaint. BonlaTille, Duplin Co.. N. O., Feb. 20, 1879.
Dear Bir : I have been troubled with Dya
pepaia, lirer Complaint, aud Bick Headache,
for a long tram, and I tried aome of yonr yal
nable Indian Blood Hyrun aud found myaelf
greatly benefited. 1 beiinre it to be a good
midioine. Ntncy J. Barber.
For Furifying the Blood.
rVnlarUle, Dunlin Co. . N. C, Feb. 82, 1879.
Dear Bin I hare been nelng yonr Indian
Dlood Syrup and find it a Teiy Talnable medi
oine for Punfying the Blood. Bpioy E. Pickett,
For Heart Dlaeaae.
BenlaTille, Dnplin Co., N. C , Fob. 22. 1879.
Dear Sir : I hare taken yonr Indian Blood
Hyrrrp for Heart Diee, and it haa been of
great Talne lo rue. I can recommend it to
all fimilarl ifflict.d. Bub at a WLiiiama.
i? . S if S