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VJNITA, INDIAN TKUU1T0IIY,
x A SV1JDLE OF LETTERS.
' ( Mswnre how mtfch sentiment
flltww likeit f rssrrnnt scent
To theso lore-letters pont
In their pink corerst
Paj" after day they cnrno
c-ollnt loru fickle Harriot
Now, sho him changed her nsmo
Then, no wero lot tn.
T.non the sllknn linnd
Itmiml tho ritsro bundle, ami
boo what it ilnlnly hnml
. Ferlblilod to nil It
nil! of facetious cliati
Fancr how lonjr sho sat
Molding (ho bullets Hint
Chrio with each tlllotl
Ah, I remember still
Tlm that 1 iims! to kill
Wnltlnir tho postman's shrill.
t nlllntr rmruc doubts to mind,
Wlieuser or no I'd dint
Ono ho had left behind
Fecnnds liooome an nro
-t this oiclllnjr rtazo;
Two caper eyes tho pairn
, Venn fcr minute;
Then, with trtii' lovor'a art,
Htudy Itpnrt by part.
Until the)' know to- heart
Lveryihlug In It,
J)nhes for words left out
'ronouns beyond a doubt I
How oils sho'i Just brxum
liobicm hrr heart liss wiinl
t-ockor ainl Tennyson
frl-eroas tho rrndlnir poes,
ltnptiitTin Hiyinonml prisn
Words which 1 tfnn'f aupposo
Ismk very Inriro In
Hooks on tho "oliiirlcsi'A
Tlinii IhiTO'n n tiny Irli'ei
Full uf sweets In n iirm,
Worked on tho Innrglu.
That Is her iiutoirinpli
Hgnlnjr this truco lor hnlf
... Her heart's surrender!
l'dSUsrtlptdm. ono nnd tno
lies sorts-tho dinner's tluniiKlit
Milking tho " I " und " You "
.In limglinr tender.
Biicli Is tlio typo or nil
fac one, and let mo rail
Hi loT mulct) to this smnll
. . . 'iite neatly wrltleni
Tlslnitncntil, sousoc, , ",
Tliut It can novrr liol , ,
This Is tho mitten f
lyaiiit Ikmivkr tihtrman. In t'cnlurv JAiln
line. ., m
a ciianci: ,w.
Myra Sydney wits. Kitting tit tho win
dow of her Httlo parlor watching tho
Mow rising of n Ntorni over tlio opposite
ky, Kvcn city streets hno their ooiior
tunlt'cs. Tli.n street In which Miss
Sydney it welt wni in tho outskirtu of it
suburb, wlioro bullillng ilotn wero still
Toneromly mensiired. It mn nlong tho
liilgo of ii slojio, itml MM Svilnoy'n
houoo hiilthu further nitvmitno of
stniiiHiij; oiilxwlto it Bitiiip of Mieilnt
lotn, heyouil which, nboyo tho roofn mul
fhinnu'vi On tlio lower streolM, n lino of
lijno hill was visible, topped with woodn
mid dappled with cloud MindimM
Jinny nn mitiimn Hinuut had nhu
wntched from hor front witiilowai ninny
v soft Hjirln ruin and whirling snow
norm. To nonio natures thero nro both
rompanlonshlp and compensation in (ho
I'lmngoful aopeetA of nntiirn. Alyrn win
ono of tlioM. Kho would not havo ct
uhnngeil hpr Httlo hmiso with llnujdo
view foranv other. liowovlririninilnVpiir.
whoso boiiiitlnrii'u cro bilok walls
nlono; mid nkyt nml sun, and hill, Hindu
fl" Iliajrittiro momunts.of lier busyllfo
:i perpetual and uinrrarylng feint
Tio room in which JIIss Syilnoy pat
expressed IK. oWner k rooms will,
whuthor meant to do o or not. In no
rosoeot of slzo orshano did It illflnr
Imrn No, II on 6mi side, or No.
1iJ jn tlio other, yet its aspect was
iiiyttihijf lather limn ooiinuonpliiei'.
Tito pruvitllliiff tint. on tho wall and
lloorwa i soft olIVo, hlcii niado a
background for brighter colored things;
for tho old Indian shawl, whlrh tlld
duty ai a purtleru; font couploof deep,
lined Eastern rugs: for plctutvs of vari
ous knuN and utlue.s, and n sprinkling
of brlc-a-brno, odd'ra'.hcr.llmu valuable,
but so chosen aJo lio In thorough har
mony wltlult jMilfrouiuijngs.1
Everything "had 'ifnso. No pltfalU
yawn 'il for unwary guests In tho shape
of inlmito tables, (iueen Anno or other
vU, laden with trumpery btucuit or
b-rK and ready to upset with n touch.
A couplo of fclmrt, old-fashioned unfits
Hanked tho lire-placo on either sido.
two ur threo ewv-uhnlrs and n firm
n't, low table, laden with books and pe
riodicals eoniplcted i sort of circle.
whero (en or u dozen persons could!
vrnnp uiuuiFeiveH nn.unil tun lilao.
Mws Sjdnoy hei-Rolf, slight, lvld nml
ory Himply drtuscd. but without iimin
gnvcful point or fohlvwns In accijnl
iwieo with her room.
Tho clock struck coven. Tho black
cloud had crept to tho zenith, nml now
nUrong gust of wind swept from bo
neatli It, bringing on Its wings tho llrst
drop of rain. Miss Sydr.uv rose and shut
I Im Window. At that moment tho door
'It's two girls ultlin parcel, Miss
";'"i mm J.-"...., mo iiinor-niam.
riiey'il like to speak with joii, they
Un Syilnoy.went out Into hor Httlo
emry. i no girls, about tho sumo aL'tv
ero of tho uimiistakablo sliop-glrl
typfl; i on aro from bnov: & Asher's,
l tiuuKr" him said, in lier courtoous
"ioim. JSlr. Snow tald ho wasn'M
mro which of 'tho tinder-waists It was
that you took, fo 1uVoiu. both klmjs,'
mid will you try 'em on, pleaso?"
"Certalnh-. Aro you to wait ' for
thcin?" .. . i
Miss Sydney iimdi) jvhat haslo sho
tould, but before sho returned tho
rain was falling in torronlij. "Yqu must
wait till It slackens." tho S.1I1!. "You'll
do very wet Jf you don't. Havo on far
t.r,l? ' '
"Sho lias," rejiltoiY ono of tho'glilTj
with an embarrassed irL'irle. "I'm
iintlj near In, nml tho horso-car runs J JMhltjl
lust in frun' vf -i'r . fe,'y;..u8rf
to wniK iiiuio a jong way, ami nor slioes
aro thin, too. Sho'd better wait, I guess,
but, I mutt go, anyway."
Miss Sydney glanced at tho shoes
jhcap, pnpor-soled boots, with a dusty,
velvet bow sowed on tho too of each,
nml sho, too. concluded, that by all
Means. "Onry" mustSvnlt.: ; I
"C'omo in here," she said, lending tho
way Into the parlor. 4 Esther had now
lighted tho lamp." AMUlto flro sparkled
on tho hearth. Myrti drew it it easy
'hair close to it. "Sit down nud ho
:t thorpiigli warming." Mio said. "It is
n chilly evening."
TJio girl thrust tho vclvct-bowcil
snoes, which gajicd for lack of buttons,
wit to thd fire, and, half from cmbar-
i-asgmeut, field up;i hand to shade hor
laco. Jt was a small nana, with an am
biguous red gem ou tho forclluger. Tho
nails wero all bitten to the (prick, Miss
"Tho fnco shaded by tho hnmiwas not
unprctty, Tho brown eyes hud a
rlrafghtfnrwnrd, houcbt glance, tho
nioutlt "A'iis rather sweet, (litre was that
delicacy of modeling, Jujt bordering on
frjgiiiiy, which given to tho early youth
of so many American women a Jleotiug
ehaiiu. It was ft faco which sciflly-
baflded hair and ti low knot would
mil; but, with tho bad tasto of her
(ins-, "C'nry" bad adopted tho stylo of
rolfftUH which liccamo her least. All
I he front Imk'wns ait unkempt tangle of
bang." At tlio back wan it mass of
jute switches, braided and euriuoiiutril
with a gilt comb, and ou top of tlio
rrcctloti was porohed, 6trnw fiat lined
with bluo Mild orpamcutcil with a be-
ifrnJetl cyvv'' n!U Tho JrvWi of
cheap matctJttl, wm blue also, and was
frilled and flounced into a cnrlcnturn of
tl profnlllng fashion. A nifllo of
soiled laco Biirroumled tho girl's neck,
beneath which, over ft not oror-clcan
muslin tie, hung n smart locket of yel
low metal ory yellow. Handles
clinked round tho slender wrists, llo
nealh I ho tnifTpd and milled skirt n
shabby petticoat of gray cotton peeped
out. jiiougu uio wontnerwas emu,
tlio girl won) no wrap. Miss Syclney
noted thew dclnlls In half tho tltno it
has taken to descrlbo them, and stirred
with niliy that was hnlf Indignation,
"My child, how could you think of
coinlnir out on such a day without a
shawl P '
I haven't any shawl."
"Well, ft Jacket, then."
" I haven't any jacket, olthei, that
matches this dress,' glancing oompln
Cciltlv down nL llm licrnllled sllri
"llutyoti would rather wear n iacknt
iiiaiiiiuirimnieinoiiri rcsj tiiatt eaten
a cold, wouldn't you?"
."lesf" inlmllted tlio girl, in Milter
nit unwilling tone. 'Hut tho onl t ono
I'vogot is purple, mid It looks lirrid
with this blue.'' Noting dissent ft. her
companlon'H face, she nilili'di "Wnpoor
filrls can'! havo a wrap for every dies,
korlch ladles do."
"No," said Miss Sydney, gently, " I
know it. I never atlemiit to havo a Jlf
fcrcntwrap for each iiros I car, I
can tiotnllord It, cither."
"C'ary" stared. "How nuuerl" she
began, ihnn changed it to; "Jluiyouiiud
us aro ipilto illll'erent, ma'am."
Then) was sonielhlng ulstful In tin
face, which touched MyrnHydney. "It
Mill bo time wasted, l dam say," sho
said to berHolf. "stl I should like. Itisl
for onpi, to argue out tho droV quoi-
nun iviiii a ciri iiko iiim. "Mio is iuiii
ofn grcaliclns, and, poor thlinrs, lliey
mv'.mI dreiulfillly foolish ami Igno
rant. mm iii.tiio no immeii .to reply
to her companion, but roio an rang tho
' "I mil going to clvo jou a cup of
t"n," she said. "Hark, how It rains!
You can't go yet, and you will bo loss
likely to taku cold when tiu do go, If
you start well warmed, llosldes, I want
to havo yon ulay. I should like f,o liavu
a llltlo talk over this ipicstlon of dress,
wheh is so Interesting to nl of us
women" Sho siniloflirlgliMy at her
guest, who. as If ilnzz'cil, wati'hed tho
cntranco of the tray with Its bubbling
kettle, It plates or thin bread, and but
ter, and crisp, dainty enktsr watched
Myra measure the tea, warm tho pot of
gay tlnpaneso w'hro, and When tho brow
was.ready, Jill tho thln-lippedeiip.s, ami
ilrup In Gttgnr ami cream.
"Hrtw nice!" silo said, with a siuh of
s.-it'sfactlou. Her heart opoucd under
"ui now, unwoiiieii Kindness nml com
$ .and MNs Sdney had litllodllll-
Willy In lo.trnlng what sho wished to
Know. Cnry lliomns was tho girlV
name. SlmJiad lived "at homu" till
two yent-i ngo. Dldshollko tho illvP
i cs, sho liked It Well enough, but It
wns not much like homo to bo.trd. She
and another girl that worked at Snow
iV Ashcr's had a room together out In
1-nrowell stroet. They had pretty good
times when they wero hot too full of
work, 'but In tho busv season thev
slaved so lain at tho sloro that they
didn't want anything when they got
home, except to go straight to bed.
They got tnwen dollars a. week, and
more wlieu.lhuru was otra work to do,
"(nil voll hit' tin nnvtliln" ' mil nf
that?" asked Miss Sydney.
"No, ma,'nin, not u cent; at least, I
don't. Thero nro some girls In the sloro
that do, but they've got sick friends to
save for." !;
"Now," said Miss Svdney.liaviiigilms
felt Jut vyiiys, '!". go back to tho jacket
miestlon. As I told von. 1 ran't nt all
i- ' - I j r ..- w.
ntlord to have ono for uvery dioss."
" Oau't you, nm'nmj and what do you
do, thenP '
" I Jiuy ono jackit"Whlqh'ivlll do with
overvthhig J weal-."
"lint that Isn't n suit," said Cary,
"tin; nut' H It absolutely necessary
oorythlng Ahoilld bo n BiiltV"
" I he cals at our store think so much
of suits," sho said, In a puzzled touo of
1 know somo neonlo havo n fancv
for them, and they am very pretty some
tiiuqs, Jlut don't; jou sen that they
must postiv great ideal of money, nnil
that working pBiTfdo.'yoil aiid myself,
for Instiitiee, ought to imuiajro nioio
"io you work, ma'am?"
"To bo sure I tlo. You look sur
lirbed. Ah, jou think that becaioo 1
Imvo a.HUlo Ixiino'ot my own, antVlivo
In a prulty'rdom. f must bo n lino Jaily
with nothlnir to do. That's a inlslako'
of yours. 1 work nearly as many hour
n tlay as you do, nml earn tho greater
part jji my pwii inconu;, and l Imvo to
consult, ccbiibmy tii keep my home and
make it pleasant, ami among tho things
which I can't itllbnl to haw, aro
"I wish you'd tell mo how j-ou do,
" I will, though I'm not in tho habit
or miking Muilo m freely about mv af
fairs, but I'll loll you. because it may
glvo you an Idea of how to manaire bet
ter for yourself. In tho llrst plaoo f
keep to two or threo colors. I have n
blaok gown or two, amlanolho-brown,
nml thU yellow ish-greeu that you see,
and somo lighter ones, whlto or palo
yellow. Now with any ono of these tho
same bonnet will lo, Tho ono, I am
vnr!ll iiti tu 1dirl- it 111. n lltll.. 1..1
anil palll yellow, and It goes perfectly
:woll with nil ni tlrcssos. and .o does
mv black caRlimch) jackot.-nudnny par
asol ami gloves, which nro yellow also.
Don't you sco that there is an economy
In this, and that It I had it purple dross,
and n blue ono nud brown, l should
want ii tlft'iireut bonnot for each, mid
dillWvnt glove ami it different imra-
"Why, jes It does seem so," said
Cary. draw li.-u long breath. "I'd like
to do siint.'t' In lliU'n,utjuKviIfl'M I
" It seems to me that thochlef Ironblo
with girls who wotk lit stores Is that
thoy euro inoro for bolugwhat they call
'stjllsh,' than for being cither neat, or
pretty. A youug gill can look her bout
111 a simple dre.sk, if It Is wall puionnml
" Thitl's wliat mother used to say,
And Mark, ho always liked mo best In
it w hlto bib apron. To 1m sutv ho ucvei
saw mo in city clothes" sho slopped,
"Isl'stirk your bixitherf" asked My.
ra. Then slm smiled nt hor own stu
pidity, for such a deep llilili as mantled
In Cary's cheek Is seldom evoked by tho
mention of a brother.
No'm, bo's Just n-frlend. Ills folks
and mino llvu opposite."
" In Gllmnnlon, and Is ho a farmer?"
"Ills father farms, and Mark works
for hiiu; but his tlmo Is out In tho,4
spring, ami then lio calculates to set up
for himsplf." - '
' Docs ho over come to tho city?"
No, not onco slnco I was hero, but
ho speaks homo nf coming dow 11 nlong
toward spring, nud that's ono reason 1
llko to look as stylish as I can, so's not
to bo dill'erent from tho rest wheuMaik
"I think in his placo I should prefer
you lo bo different," faid MIm Sydney,
decidedly. "Now, Cnrv. dou't "bo of.
fonded, lint what you gtrls aim at Is to
look llkii t)uiJilaiil who come to tho
sho'p, Isn't ItP stylish,' as jou would
"Yes, I supposo It is," admitted
" Well, slien. I must tell outhoiiloln
truth; you utterly fail In your attempt,
No ono would lufetaku a girl, ilrcsBcd3
I I "Would VOifialnd If IlvsUl vu i
you nrc at tlio monint, for a ladyi no
body '- -but" dlsroanlliig Iho tcp
flush on her companioti's clic()ks--"lf I
went Into n shop, nndsawthoroaydum;
lady ns jiretty and ns delicately mndons
you nro, Cary, with hair as smooth ni
satin, and n simple gown that fitted ex
actly, and a collar and cuffs as whllo ,t
snow, and perhaps it black silk npron
.i wmiiu ono, nun witii neat snoes anil
nlco stockings. If I saw a irlrl dressed
like that, with nothing costly, nothing
that any girl can not have, but every-
iiiuiK nciii, nun nuni, nun pretty, I
should say to mysolf. 'There Is ft shop
girl with tho true Instincts of a lady.'
And Cary don't thtnk mo Importlnont
If Mark oamo to town and saw n girl
llko thatninong tho crowd of untidy,
over-dressed ones nt Snow & Ashcr's, 1
think llm contrast would strike him M
it would mo agreeably I"
Miss Sjdney paused, half frightened
at her own daring, dry looked stead
ily Into tho flro w ithout speaking. Tho
In had ceased. Mj ra roso and threw
bnok tho blind, rovcnllng tho lno-m
struggling through thin edges of cloud.
Cary followed bur to tho whitlow. Her
checks wero n deep red, hut thero wns a
flank and grateful look In her eyes at
"1 must bo going, now, ma'am.
You've bonii out so good tolet luostaj.
1 shan't forget It, and I guess jou're
about right?' '
" I wonder it I said tho right thing,
or luivo tlonu the least good?" queried
Miss Sydney, im she wntched hor guest
It Was somo weeks before sho had oc
casion ngaiu to visit Snow iV; Ashcr's,
nud sho had halt forgotten the Httlo
Incident, when ono tlay, entering .tlio
simp In quest of someth.ng, her atten
tion wns altrnetoil by n fnco whhh
Learned with sudden smilos at llm sight
other. It was Indeed Cary, but siieh
ft ilinVrout Cary from tho draggled vis
ion of tho wet evening! Sho still wore
tho blue dress, but tho flounces had
been ripped oil', and the front was hid
den bt' it black s Ik apron. The tangle
of hair was sinoothod 'llko ordinary
waves, a whllo collar with n knot of
bluo ribbon was round her nouki ono of
tho objectionable rings luti! disappeared,
and so had tho yellow locket. So
changed and so much prettier wits tho
Httlo maiden, thai Miss Sydney scarcely
knew her, till blush and suilfu pointed
She waited on her customer with ns
sNliilty, and under cover of a box of ruf
fles they exchanged coiillilcncca Did
M'ss Sydney think sho looked licttorr1
Shu was so glad. TJio girls had laughed
at her, at lirst, but not so much now,
and her room-mate, Kllen Morris, had
got heiol( an apron llko hers. Miss
hytlnoy left tho shop with a pleased
amusement nt her heart. Sho meant to
go often In keep it Httlo hold ou Cary,
but circumstances took her oil' to I'lori
dn, soon afterward, and it was Into In
April when sho returned.
"That girl from Snow & Ashcr'n wa
hero to seo you about a week ago,
ma'am,'' said Esther, tho evening nftct
her arrival, "r told her jou w.tsox
p'.'ited Tuesday, and sho said she
wuuld oonio again to-day, for she want
ed to speak to jou particular, and she
was going nwivy. Thero sho Is, now."
Cary, Indeed, It was, with a steady,
manlv-looklng fcllow.bV'hurside. .
" It Is Mark. Miss Sy'inoy." shoDaltl,
by way of introduction. Later, when
Mark hud walkcjl over to tho window
In see tho view, sho explained farther
In a rapid undertone: " Ho came down
two mouths ago, whllo you was away,
ma'am, 1 camo out to tellyou, but you
was gone, and and tlay after to-morrow
I'm going back with hint to (ill.
uiautou. I tolil him ho must lirlmr me
out to-night, for I couldn't leavo hero
without saying good-byo to j'ou."
jou aw going 10 do tnarnoiif '
"Yes" Willi it liannv look "to-
morrow mornlnc. Ainl oh, MNs Syd
noy, what do you tlefnk Mark fcaya? "lit.
says it hod found ino looking Ilka
tho rest of tho jlrls nt tho store,
with fnlso hair, and jowolrj-, ami all
that, lio'd never in tho world havo asked
mo at all. And I did look just Ilka
that, you know. It was what you said
that ritlnv itiirht thai miulo mo change.
nud except tor thut nothing would have
nappencii iiuu lias, ami x siiouuitt t uo
the girl I am''
"llread on tho waters," thought
Myra, as a littlo later sho watched the
lovers walk down tho street. "Such a
llltlo crumb, anil such wldo waters, yet
it has couui hack! How Impossible it
seems, or would seem, If ono did not
Imvo to bellovo that wliat wo call
chances nml accidents aro (lod's oppor
tunities, by which Ho allows us to Jcui
n helping Imml in his work, not quits.
Uiiderstamllng what wo do, but knnw
ing thatgulded by Him, tlio smallcs.
things ciujrhometlmes In great results."
i'usim Cdoliilgc, tij VvnyrajalionalhU
History of I'Milng.
rishlng was a far earlier modo ol
supporting human lffo than agriculture.
However far back lit tho stream of ter
restrial events we may supposi It al
lowable to date man's appearance on
the scene, still ho must havo lieen pro
toded by lish. Tho rivers, lakes ami
sens, when ho llrst looked upon them,
must ha o been peopled xory tuucli n
they aVo tit this day. There was n
gioat a variety of species, and pmbalh
much tho same Inllultitiln of ImllvMti-l'e
in. soma of these species. And ns n
s.ivngo poimlatlou must bo nVwayi
spai-se. and In any locality few In num.
lier, thch supply of food from this
source could only have been limited by
their Inability to capture It. What the
wild giuno of tho forest and of tho open
plains wero to tip) inland hunting
tribes, tho lish of tho fresh and
of the salt winter wero to tho riverine
and the mnritimo tribes, lletween
these early das and tho llrst be
ginnings of agriculture Mist periods ol
time uiiist have elapsed. First, btv
cause in thesivnuil mom or. loss In nil
lrtJtiidos.niiiTnro oU'huhI to man nt
lit Unit lu ts UUlnfprovcsl state wnf I
r- sCs"tijK J-tm so'.tjfHe forti) I
pcnotwso of oliserviiiion .mil r.olocitoit,
j 111a is wiiv 110 know mulling 01 in,
tiaiTUlngo of wheat, barjey. o.its, rye,
lieans or niaiu1, and why tlio tioplenl
ba'ad-tittil, plantain, banana nudsuglir
cane havo lost tho power of prtxliioiii"
need, aiid soot reproducing thomelvrji'
(Ills must linvo Imntl It nolllL ivf lume mri.t
of human selection. Nothing of the kfud '
had lo bti done for lish. There It was m
lit for human food ou tho llrst day thil
inau stood on tho liver-bank or the w;t
shore as It Is at this day. Agriculture
also required implements to dear and
stir the' ground, and to irather in the
Crops, ami theeo Implements we know!
were tno result 01 a long eerics of ills
coteries, Improvements mid advances.
Primeval man, therefore,- as wo now
read Ids history, could iidt hint lived
by or known anything dt agriculture.
Nor could ho have lived by wild fruit;
for they are not continuous throughout
the j car. They luno tholr season, and
that a brief one. Ilo must then liatu
Hied by hunting nml ilsliljig, ami of the
two flsnltig would bo tlu must continu
ous and unfailing tliniuchQiit the chang
ing seasons, tho most valuable of all '
qualities for thoso ill-supplied times. It j
would not bo muradillicitlt to hook, ami
spear and net, and trap Ihh. nud to '
gather niollnsks from tho rocks ami J
sand-bunk than to triftaor pierce wllin
anxiwx wihl .ysmc Our, iKsyVl'si !
comparison, Lnweter, U with cfsiSu
lire, and wo i.Jay bu suthat not In ii 1
xtoro tho foundations; of society InW, "h i,
lu hunting and llslilug, and that of these '
two, us tho grent camlvors at lirst had
noMcsslon of :ho forest mid plain against
Intruding man. fUhlug was the primeval
occupation ami means ot siibnu'cuco.
Xucintllan a M i',utin;.
Cruelly (o Animal",
...... ... . .. -
rip-,iV. irVit1 '""V"Z "" "":'
US .m? I.. "'f"1 lcnl:c0- '? well wort
"L"f . .? .:ViUl.t r.?,!r'!,,rn"10:. F
mnls .ilhccd . ml nr .ir T,r" f .X
theso valuable, ttseful nod duello lie .V
nro given to us for our use, they Ift sj
somo lights which every man Is hour
i u-iwvi. tim uiiu in ll enu riglllfl
that they s'inll bo used kin lly, lender
nvon, and ihvays justly nnit rlglileotfi)
In so using our animals wo exercise
virtue -and to I o virtuous is our diTt
for wide), wo can claim no pnrllcitl
credit and this virtue is Its owni
ward, ln'causo It pays us very welT'
deed to lio good to our horses, cowiiS
other "cattlo." IV If a ho -so Is fe
In robust health ho will sorte us twe
ly-llvo or thirty years, faithfully tiffi
last, r ud our cows will yield us im
for twenty years. Hut tho nter.igflll
of Hies animals Is not mora than lit
these periods, shortened ns It Is bjb)
ncg.cetaml thoughtless want cf nr
And just at this season, during tlicfri,
ors of '.he dog-days, with the turnienji i
Hies added to Uio distress of the lms(j
Is very timely to think of what paltfrfiu
niiiniiiii ivo iniiici iiiioii our uoipie1
iiiilmnls by our thoughtlessness, ft
Wro is a mil
espeet ti5i .
j'or instance, just now there is a wld'
sorcadnl'irni liiiilacos In rcsm
terrible dlscno known ns glanders, to
rrclsod bcenuso thowri'tchcd beastijjstif
for tintohl agonies nnil perish mlscra
ueioro iiinir 1111101" un tlio cor.trar"wt
aroirouiileil lest we may loo Iho hMiu
tho homo Is worth, or iwlutnu!, .'
ourselves nlay bcrome IfilPcledtiiftrth'
disorder nud sillier ourselves. 1 Ywfiw
plo think that 'this ilisetto In caitsn by
neglect. Hut so It Is, nud It virtue fft,
a lapse from Irtuo Is nlwiiys ajTossJI,
itinniicrs is inuucci oy poison,
tho blood by foul air. Tuusnn
horses die of this poisoning, ffhleli lakitJ
ouior iorms tu tuse.tso inait "ills, mm t
which no notice Is taken; but when otn
own safely Is thought to be Invpit!
then tho pi'blle boeomo excited. '11, J
ii'scnso appears In crowded sl.tlJl
Where foul air Is breathed thnwh.
night, and whero animals t inried n 1 i'
weakened by e.xhiiustivo iabo taVtt 11 Jff
tnoirjungs 1110 not, recking, IIIIIij-j f,
which Is devoid of vitality, trni Iiftti l
or lo-tlnir ami refn'shimr llioin ri U
adds to their wearlti'i and their Vve It4
ness. 1 In- lilonil thus bccenios ioijonil
l the loublo inllucu'oof its own I
mirllies. whieli the air Is not. n ili.Tfi ,-.
mow, unit by the lilth wilh whlclfli y
saturated. The foul producu fwlri
w I1I11I1 tho blood Is loit'Icil eneou 'age tluj.
growtu ami product on 01 myriad! of
put rcsceiu germs in It, anil which fowl
ami grow upon lis substnneo 111I1
crcasH with n.arvelous rapidity. il'WSrf,
the disease makes lt.s aicarauco visibly
lo us, mid all tho outward and inarm
ing symntoms of It nro manifested, lint'
it Is too late. Iho mischief Is byimd
repair and death has claimed the miser.
nlile victim of our iieirlect. 1
In how many farm stables Is this con -3
dltlon of things repealed. In the green 1
valleys and breezy hills of (Viiiueiuluut
inns tu v omieuiieilu;
;iralrles of Illinois J
e, tlio blessing f(M
ulil lie free forlj
mil disease hasJbcFij
ami on uio nroait jiraines ot Illinois.
wnere, 11 nnywnere,
pure, fresh air shoul
wil limit stint, this foul
(.n rlln ns to i.nnsit iitildlit f.vi.tl,.
... ... ... ... ....Ju .......v .v..v...ir.r.
In the largo cities, whero the tldrjt to,
wealth overcomes tho senso of iliftTsj
whero iiniiunls aro sacrificed fiir tun,
piidllo convenience, nnd 'Wierejjllp
ciiniicu upacu joru us iiie prepgr iizj
commodnllou, tlio dhcaso isiiotfiogreil
11 .-iiiiiui.siT, ijiii 11 is jruilllll lOlillllKlllii
tho fnrms should become a nrollfio
source of It. Surolv, farmers do it
know the truth of this matter rr con
sider their duty and prolit in this i.
speet.s.l arm , stables nro ton schUAn
cojMi'ucteu wiyt regard tp limji
iiiniH-oiiuoi'i 01 ineir oueiiiiants. livju
tho ilcspNcd pig nnd tlio luslgnincuot
ncn tieservo consiuorniion, 11 only i.
cause tno want ot it is money ntti
noiiket. Tho horo and cow stabliMi 1
not roomy enough. Wo 1hHovo
would bo butter nml cheaper to I
theso stables quito distinct fiom
minis iiiuiur 1111111 eiowiicii timierj
them. A horso requires one tlioi:
two iiuuurcii ciuno icei 01 air im
healthful resiiiratlou. .tml nmolo
latlun .besides. In the rreiu-ii ca
stables the hordes used to havo 1
iiuuurcii cuuic icei 01 air spa 'o, a
tlicix) wero ninety cases of lrlainl
nriirv- unit thiiiisntiil lwir.m-. .s'
space was Increased to one IhoTMmijJ
iu iiiiiiuii icei, iiuu me insoilso (U
cronsed ulitjl tio deaths tln)pied
to eleven in tho ono thousaiiu.
It is tlio same witt,! regard ' tu
cows nnd shee). I'.'curo-pni.'nuioiiiniw.
ciw naturally in such slables wherti tin
fresh air of heaven has no room and no
opportunities to enter. So sheep ! !
t'oiiiu itisensed In closii stables iuii ford
nrds, vhllo they will bo healthfully
lodged on the lop of n dry knoll In a
Held, In tho fresh open air, men In thn
winter. Wo tint! the vert same ell, cur
to occur with our own me.', crowded hi I
close rooms, in houses suriouiidiil wltji
iiupiii.iie.s which poison tno air.
l)iV'aso riots in tho cities In tho hkt
weather, and een farm houses are nji,
froo fmm tlu, smii.. .t-tl 1. ,., ......i.
Kanltiiry selencu is moro closely biuTTfiS'
now than It was fornarly. The tlenth ,
,il.i t., fl,n ,..... !..!.... . 1. H.
,...v ,. .... ivjmii.iii.iii (tiuu ruiis
smaller. Hut not sowltlf regard to out
cattlo. WPh them disuascs tiro irj
proialcnl than ever before. They ntx
a constant tlioatl, and the newspapirt
tire filled with reports lu rounnl tv
iiii'iu. 1 oputar tippreiicnsiuu 11
ttwakoucd. and II Is n .-nod tlmo f,i- ,v:
to consider this subject. No tlgubt U
farmers impioto in elrcuiustnnros, nnJf
Increase the number of their lito stoet
tlio-o become crowded for want of inont
roomy iunrters, and sodlsinio lieoomes
more frequent. Hut If it is remembered
(lint it is only tho ilghteous man that l
merciful to lilt bcusl cverv ri.-lit-t hink
lllir man will .sen tlfni inerov tin.
Justice aro neurmje'd lo hf niifiuTiTS
-s)rti-.ttrjr. camfirP wjll bec"i
lx.;ii7n('ii UliO'.-rftni,j TXne,. 11
-nnllllu? lo Acriitr.
An old negro Iried hatd to heed tlq
old motto ''J)c tnortuif t.il iiisf hbUHin"
-i nllUlnKbiil good of the dead Id
speiking alibiil a tiblghbor. Il showi
hm 111111 e.tm utiitil M.l.tii. n .ll....f
ht. i.nV,.. .'B 'v,T9 mnn. m,irclf"I."&l'tlfromAnnlo h. Sullivan, of New
nil! T .ii.i I,lf l,rovl'rb. n'"' Wi; ?;n vty, Iml . an nnnounccment of her
"""Li ,1'.' ,c. . Urowny.l .(.ri.onndabox of v.cddlng cake.
statement, and et aeimf.n ntako It bvTi yi:
Implication.' The Arkatis'aw rnttllZJLl'iWK-iicw
ajs that p-genil.unan ,M)ppcd at Trrvi'rii'-r.s ports
old iiugrtW cabin and tulkct vJtlt he. j 11 xis-Hood lo choice. ".'
concerning fie prtispects of her cro... H vVii7ii'iX niV'.""-.
"I .lid hal. fo' or '.ivo tine hogs'V! IHtttTrS," ".
Mid, "but tla.s dwindled down till ! No 2iprlinr
nlii't got liiil ono now ,v. J &-, ,
tlllhl cAitiitlit.ln .lnnl ,1 Sll
,.,, mftiiuu"n. meal lliouir
"I nebcr talks 'bout my nrlirhbors.
an I tloan HRp t-r say what l-cinie ol '
no siioais. 1 neocr -makes liiUclilci. I
"DM tho hogs dlo"
t r !t uu ter say , niithln amn m
rielglibors- Do limn what Jibed u(i ds' I
Is dead titiw, and I ain't agwne tr safcf
nuihln' agin him. I)oliogstlisap)ieared7
jii4i.v nviii jivaifwiiiiu uai man wa
jlbin'i but I ain't agwintcr say niithiu'
agin him "
Do 1.11 think that lio took themf"
"MUtcr dat man's doad, and I ik.nn
wautiy ay nnthiu' agin him but, lem
mcn.ycr. . ilo dat man was libin'
!'" stiX"1 nblug.blQck ter
IjugWtg w k
, -Mrs. .'jn. Iblsbi iJj'.iItun, Cal
mauo 4 nne Tiro,
wnnr uo )ruri
prymun iMai eii
11 it liuivau tlruw
eiuslii aiiitko 'wo Ice
III Hit- -"-
'-CMS" rWVr t U
- V f .if,i.
rVsY- . r, xm
Hewaroof tho deadly wedding cakn-
'lit t...l.l. ,.f r-.I...Ill M'nn.i n.
kip miiiLii. ui A,iiaii,iiiu, jiv.i, w
t '1 not recollect having Known
M , Bm, IIl0 nftmo ,VM gtrango to
'! U ho nto tho cake, and butYor a
. "" "c" I'"!' .'' "''
Chirago Inter Ocean,
-ThoTrov fN. Y.i Tclmram admits
; k)ii tho man on the blcjcle looks much
o uraceful and cleirant than tho man
i tho wheel-ban ow, but asks for n
lenslon of judgment until they como
.collision, when you will sco which
cosjion turns up in tho most hand-
n , no condition.
A skftVAM fdrl foil on n braclcst,
Iter skull, sIim did near); crack it,
Kt. Jacobs Oil applylns,
Hnved her from tlylnjr
It proreil to bo " Just lh racket."
A steamboat L'aptnln from Uoslien,
Was hurt by n toiler explosion,
On tho palm In Ids hip,
Bt. Jacobs Ull cot tho grip,
lio calls It the ull-hfalliiB lotion.
WJ I AK AVI An rontempornry osksi "noes
Mio thrill Umltli" noiv stun rlirlit thole.
tiie. (lold wins n crest many persons,
'Lit) when you tneklo tlio Hnilths you've
n InrgB family to purchnso. Hottun
C'nnrers nud Other Tumors
LM trenteit with unusual atieresa lir
'Wurld's Dlsnonsnry Medical Association,
Lit(Talo, N. V. Kenil stamp for pninplileU
1 iir (HfTereiieo lieTween n liakorv nnd ft
pr'ntlnff-ollli-t lls In Iho fact that In tho
(tinner Iho d Is formed w'ulo In tho Int.
Afoccaslnnslln tlio form is pled. A'omcr
... .. -"-
uienii's ninpiinr nosp
' 1 fs Infallltitn when tho senln Is annoyed with
,J U iilrun. Hill's llolr Dro. LUek or brown, 6Jc.
IUl lit. ..-.. .t...d f.tl ., A .llr.1.1 M
S IAS" It lilirlitf llnvrdn voll know that?"" II
..m ia.iukuu uiniii, ,.,, vt.v ... ...m....
lto, pa, wlion rnpies inn m, nnnesv
nlnRct their dos."iotifrHe Courlir
Ills, Mia, I'lta,
?nrcessfully (rented by World's Dispensary
ldlcal Assoclntloii. Address, with stamp
fu - pamphlet, JliifTulo, N. Y.
A mmr nf tinro lienlitsr." Ii tlio WAV ft
R iwllna '( N. ('. i naner nuts It In clving a
d acriptlon of a ball.
HAY-Fwen. Ilinvoboon n Hay-KoTer
jiuerer Igrtnreo years! natooiieii nenru
iT'y's I'rrnm Halm sjicken of In tho Mgliest
T rms, 1 nseu ir, nmi wiui iiw hwh wuh.
i srful success. T. S. OKEn, Hyrncuse, N.Y.
I'norKsson In nliyslesi "What Is lloylo's
fliwr" Htudent, with a cnrbunclo! "To
.break out in tho most Inconvenient place."
IlAt.TlMoni:, Mn. Dr. Irwin ILElderldRO
Irnysi "I would recommend n trial 01
rilrown'a Iron Hitters In nil cases of ninenilc
'Uslilllly or when n tonic or appetizer Is In-
r The worst punishment you cnu inflict on
b. tiunnuian wuo 11ns coniiniiirii n L-riiuv is
tj oxipiouos I1I111. Lowell Courier.
Hat- Kr.VKn. 1 cun receinmenct Kly's
('ream llatm to all llay-Kcver sulferers, it
Is, In my opinion, n sure cure. I was nf-
11LIU1 lUT Vl'1119, 1111. 1 HUtl'l IWIUlo 1.JUI..I
'turo relief. W. II. IIaskins, Marshfleld,Vt.
Vrsuvius threatens nnother " nlarmlnz
tTjruptlon." It Is high tlmo for Vesuvius
110 vucriuaiuu. i tiisuuryii ai-,cyiuj..
Owksto.v. Kr. Dr. I. V. Mumly says:
' I linvo found Ilrown's Iron Hitlers one of
ttio iwst ionics, aim prcscriuo it no
queutly." IiLKtcnKDmoiiio Is tho latest favorllo
shade. This will prolmblv bo followed by
Iho rat tan. Somcrville Journal.
NrnvousNESs, debility nnd cxhnusted
vitality cured by using Ilrown's Iron lilt
Is Tits black mail who runs tho threo
cord gnmo n natlvo of Monte-negro f C'fn
. s -, .
IiAincs. bnv for vonr husliands. brothers
and sous Clirollthlon Collars and Culls and
unvo trouble in washing.
Wells' "ltouch on Corns." l.V. Ask for it.
Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions.
Can nn upright man 1ms downright hon
ntf Chicago 2'rfiiime.
lr ntriletod with Poro r.rcs, iiso Dr. Tsaao
Tlioinpson'a Kyo Water. Druggists sell It. o.
j-J. btlnglnp, Irritation, all Kidney and Ulna
iI.frConiplalnts,curedby"Ilurhu.ralba."$l. Cl S R nnlr of linots or slmes sn veil ni erv renr S v
ililng. oil's l'aU-utMctulllo llucl Hilffcnurs.
1 t-ow,, cleared out by "Itougu o!i Unts.15o.
flics, roacoes, ants, nea-imgs, rats, nileo,
Al.L recommend Wise's Asia Orcass.
SKNIi BIX. CUNTS l'tlll rOSTAOK
For the magnificently illustrated catuloguo
MUIIMODA JACOAIID JFAVKLUY CO.,
' ft,rth ""l1 lMCUti B,u1-.St- Jj? u,''1Mo-, ,
"Kj Very vMnXy llr beautiful
3 oil ictll he Murnrtatil tn Ifnrn nt xclvt
J-OW l'llICCH TIICX SKM.TIIRU.
H7ii f St. l.ouh call ami tee
thk i;m:kal m.hki:ts.
.,. , .KANSAS CITV, Pent, 12, jssx
CATTLK-Pliltiplnir Htoers. . ti V, J 5 si
Niitlvolleircrs., . .110 C4 4 40
Nntlio Cows a U) (l 3 91
., lliilchers' flisirs a It) 4 1:11
11008 flood tooholco heavy 4 ) ts 4 ll
Light mi (t Sill
WIIKAT-No. I IWUft 7
o.s ss a m
No. 3 hi n mi
COIIN-N'o. S ;ti in
HATS xo. 2 i ft li
ItVII-No. S 41 (h 41!
rUIUIlKiiney, per wick S SI A 2 :n
HAY Car lots, lirlght T U) ffl 7 ft)
Ilirn'KH-CliofociUlry 13 A SO
I'lllllWi: iCansus, now tm fe 10
I.tlOH-Choleo 1S, it
l-OltlC-llams 13 A 13
Shoulders Ul ft 07
Hides s (ft iu
t.AIID . ii 1
IVtlOL Missouri, iinwiishcil.. IS A la
VUTATOlIS-rcr bushel SJ ft ID
CATl'I.K-Shlpnlnir Steers. . . .
Ilutehurs' Htcvrs .
IIOflS-noo.1 to choice
KHHIU'-Kiilrto choico . ...
JeUIHIt-XXX to choice
.VI --No, 3..,,, .
VI! No. S
IH1HK . . .. 1
1 .fOIIACCO-New l.llns... .
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HOIiH OlKHl tl
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I lH.lltK8tnnds.nl Mess
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica
LU4. !,, Bkekscat, llcsdarlts. Toolliaelie,
roroTrol, Nellly(., Hpri'ln,. Itrul.ca,
num., .roia. reon aaiics.
1 !i 1 il--Puyi--r-
Adtlefl tn Consnmptlses.
On tho appoaranco of the llrst symptoms
as general debility, loss of appetite,
pallor, chilly sensations, followed by night
sweats ami cough prompt measures for
relief should bo taken, ContumMlon Is
scrofulous dlscnso of tho lunjrsi therefore
tiso tho-creat anti-scrofula, or blood-purl-fler
and strenRth-rcstorer, Dr. I'lereo's
" (loldon Medical Dlscovry." Huperlor to
Cod liver oil as n nutritive, and iinsur
passed as 11 pectoral. For wenk lung,
spitting ot blood, nnd klndrod directions, t
has no equal. Hold by druggists tho world
over. For Dr. l'lerco'a pamphlet on Con
sumption, send two stamps to H'om.b'H Dis
itNSAIir Mkdicai, Ahs'tio.v ,I)ulTnlo,N. Y.
Is tlio dim dictionary of Wall street
thero nro several such words as fall.
Hklnny Men. " Wells' Health Itenewor"
restores health and vigor, euros Dyspepsia.
ltmmsn's llui'la ealro Is an InratuaMo
dressing for Inflamed and roro Joints l'rlco.jc.
Don't Die In thn House. " HourIi on Hal V
cleiirsout rats.mlco.lllos roacliej.bcd-bu?s. 15c.
Wise's Axle Urease norrr gums.
THiiu'i: nouns At-rnir.
Ha IIsnrIlAs. theTrasn.1 CofTro Mfrchsnt,
CO llnutlon SUTti. N. w llsvin. Conn , wiltd on )tsy
IS, 1 "ltlswl.hfrrllnof xrsiltHilr, snclsrtcilra
lotitnrlttmr rellnwmsn that Iwrtle yun these fur
llnpssiliftlmnn; to Hi- sslue uf IM gn steal bt sll
HKilkMiM, f.lslil ypsrs hsrs I liren s salltrrrrroiii
kMnry dlmnlrr anil lulljmmatlon 0 the blsilJrr
Sumrtlmrs wlirn pilugli f llw plni rru mnie
tlilojtfrrlUe, sseslilliur, Immlng sfiusilon. svlili re
ttnilunof mint. llli tturn rsins la my Ur. loins,
sntl bsck, rstfndlnx cksrld Iho bsck ot injrhrsil,
trmli J lo mtko lllo mlKrsblr I lias e tx-ru trcslrd by
snsniUcr ol our Kit tbyslcbns, n.l hits uaol any
nnnibirof rrorrklsry nirUletnes, sllto dostsII. bb
lilnlnnnnrolkf. HowIodb I world hare continued
tnlhl'way 1'lonotVnawi In fact 1 ilrinolrcdcf pt
Una; relief, tmillanrUlihir, ho had lst-ntcry much
brntfltrd by I lie un of Hunt's Itctmdy, sdtlKil mo to
try Iti acl. slibougb I had no faltli Ihsi It would resell
myistr, yctssbeiiK.UrsnhlAhly of llstn-cunrrltal
drtldmioRlrsltst-lal, sndlisute liaslKYnsiitndal
wllh tb very beat psaubh. raulis. .Twclrs hours aft
er takloar lbs Brt dono I ripcriMiwd rllf. I
continued on tn lis me until I hail unl arc Iwltlcs.
wbtu all the pains bad TsnlilmL my etbcrnlie ino.1
hsslih rrlumcd, snd I sm free fmm sll pstns. snd am
a wrll msn. I sm confident nit cure has reiullol from
the u of Hunt's U nrnly, and llial alonf.
" What II has done fur ms I am wlilvn It will do fo,
otliwa Vou sro at liberty to uao my naino or this let
tcr In sny manner you see 01."
lrUKT 1IY A l'ALL.
When only ior sums tlilrlccn yesri old 1 wss hurt
quite badly by a fall, and sci rrrly Injured my back snd
khtacyt, sndwsidoclorrdbyourtHtlit,lclani, snd
tried many rtinedlcs, snd lie sll fallsd, until Hum's
Itemedy was rrcommcndeil to ua by frlrnda that Vad
uacdltberelnManelirater wllh the greatest succaa
xrepurchsiml a Initio from Z. FaslrrCsmtUllsdrug
alore, and found that 1 Impmtrd trry rapktly; a, r--llerrtl
of the pains In back, ami after tialnjacreral tal
lica found that 1 was completely cured, and I fan not
ovrr-rallmate tho good Hunt a lbmeilybaadonome,
a&d can moat heartily recommend It lo thoactruublrd
with kidney coinplalnti and yod can uw Dili letter as
youcboui'1. Ucspcclfully yours,
AL0S7O 1'. JUr.nul.L
M Orsnito St., Jlsncheater, M II.. Jlay 7, lSl
DR. JOHH BULL'S
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
Tho proprietor of ttli celebrated medlclno
jmtly claims for it a superiority ovor all rem
edies ever offered to the publlo for the SAFE,
CERTAIN, SPEED and PERMANENT cure
of A cue and Fever, or Chilli and Fcvor, wheth
er of short or long standing. Ho refers to the
utiro Western and Southern conntry to bear
tint testimony to tho truth of the assertion
that in no caio whatevor will it fall to cure If
the directions are itriutiy followed and carried
out. In a great many cases a sIorIo doss has
been sufficient for a care, and t?holo families
have been cured bv asinglo bottle, with a per
fect reitorathra of the general health. It la,
however, prudent, and In every caio moro cer
tain to care, if its use is continued in smaller
dotes for a week or two after thedlieate has
been chec.ed, mor especially la difficult and
long-standing cases. Usually tbls medlclno
will not require, any aid to keep the boweli In
good order. Should the patient, however,re
threo or four doaes of the Tonic, a single dose
of BULL'S VEOETABLE FAMILY PILL3
will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYHUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
Tho Popular Romedlea of tho Day.
rtlnelpal OBIte, 631 aln St., LOt'lSVII.I.E. KT.
CATAR R H ELY'S CnEALI BALU
when applies! by
tho Bu Kir Into tho
nostrils, will ho ab
of tuturrhal lnis,
cictlous. It ullnys
(ltfl.1 .....tM .1.... ..u...
. I. ...It. ...... ....... iIT
tects tho inciubniiio
ot tho muni puss-uircslroinai.ilUuin-iu
henls tho soles nnd
' roMoros tnsto nnd
smell. A row appli
cations rollotii. A.
HAYFEVER ff-liWS e
Frntl for clrculnr. Vijcom rents Ijv mall or nt
vji.ki.nov itriiitr.it T.imsirr nu.v,
riiM' InUnt Tlie pvtiuln and U at
fOionu nrrowi, bullrlnanj tiut. lHvn! lu
It U .fJ fttu lkn'l k U - Shtsot it raiylst
pun, Hh ft ttwl polnttsitsirrowg, hotBBc
lnilitiiclimnt iillTrM.ir on ro-lM
(vntlo)ar -tiifurjrir tint cf horol
hw, TMtTcl.t.l't.hlnifT'scliI, lUmmorka
Hood l'nr nip.licrril.. SJIOOtoBXOO lrr
no. 111111I0 .rlllns our flni. IlooUs ,V llll.l..
Wrllolu.l. (J. Mel'iu.ly as ( ... M. I.unl,, Aio.
makn money selllnjr mirFsmllr SI-ill
1 tn ., no capital required. -Twnnc
Less Co , 107 Trail be Nsw lona.
Sitits Tonic Sf 11
lKsW V V s-KsuC
TI10 Poouliar Old Blystcry!
It w.i3 One of the peculiarities of the okl-fashionctl Doctors that 'they
never would tell patients wliat they were prescribing for them. They said
it would do the patients no pood to know, and that it would only be grati
fying a foolish curiosity. In order to keep patients from knowing, they
would write the prescriptions in dog-Latin, so that most patients could not
read them. All that sort of tiling is now over. Thepaticntwantstoknowwliat
lie takes. He is weak, and wants to be strong, or he 13 dyspeptic, and
wants to digest well. Or he has a troublesome liver which he wants to
put to rights. So he takes Drown'3 Iron Hitters about which there is no
mystery nt all. This is the best preparation of iron in the world, in com
bination with gentle yet efficient tonics. It gives strength. It builds up
enfeebled systems. It enricheg impoverished blood. It -removes feminine
weaknesses. It casta out debility. It is what you want, and your druggist
has it. a
And will eomn.ltlT ebaaze lat ttlaod In lh, tnllr. aeftem In lore, months. Any person nh will tak. ONK I'll .
J. tCII NIOliT fltOM O.SE 1XJ TWH.VK TfUKI, way N mtored lo Hinnd ke.lth. lr soei s Ihl'r U i"i
ror eurlnt I ,mal. Oomptaiau thea. Tina hses no e-mal. ray tictsna un then In their practice. Void mrrwhu.. o
aaia,in.niftSe..lal..i.-rj Bend tnr r-pl.W. I. S. JOHHSON A CO.. lloston. Mnaa.
OUGHT TO KN0W
Thoro oxists a means of so
curing n soft nml lirillinnt
Coinploxlon, no miittor liow
Tioor it may naturally ho.
Hasan's llagnolia Halm is a
dolicato ami harmless arti
cle which iustfiutly removes
Frocklos, Tan, lieilncss,
HoukIiiipss, r'runtions, Yul'
car 'Iusliimj3, etc., etc. Ha
ilelicata and natural aro its
oiTuds that its usn is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has tho right to
present a disUjrureil fnco in
Bocioty whon tho Magnolia
Halm is Bold by ull druggists
for 75 cents.
A Dangorous Oaao.
noeosarss. Jonel. lfrti--"Tes
Tesrs sro I sa atiscSeJ -till th lnoH
lwSasKddeaHiIr las la oi
' Extending lo tho end of my toes awl to
my brain I
" which mado inc uciiriousi
" rrom agony.
" It took threo won to hold mo on mybcu
at thr.es I
"Tho doctors tried In vain to rcliovo mo.
But to no purpose
" Morphine nnd other opiates
"Jladno effect! , , ,
"After two months I was given tiplouiol
" Winn my w lto ,
ncard neighbor tell whst Hop Ultlcrs had
.. - 1. .- i.rt . nttftt fit nml tfnn 1116
80tni3. 'HioOrst iloso cast-Mi my lrnln nnd
I . I. ....,!.... 4ltrfti.ffll 111V a'itinl
seemeu 10 pj uomn's mt., 1 -v
for the pnln. ' , , ,. ,
" The second doo eacd mo so much that
I slept two hours, someUilnir. 1 hml not dono
for two mouths. Heforo 1 had used tlvo
lmtlles, I was well nnd nt work, M hard as
any mnn could, for over three weeks; but I
worked too hard for my streiiKih, nnd tak
Ins " haul cold, I was taken with tho most
aruto nnd painful rhetninllsm nil throtigh
mj system that was over known. 1 called
tho doctors ngaln, and nfter several wcoks,
they left 1110 a crlpplo on crutches for life,
ns they said. I met a filcnd nnd told him
my cavo, and Isj said Hop Hitlers lind cured
him and wnu'J euro inc. 1 lxhed nt him,
but ho was so earnest I wns Induced to use
them ngaln. In less than four weeks i
threw nway my crutches and went to work
llghtlv and kept on using tho bitters for fi
weeks, until 1 bcemiio ns well ns any man
living, nnd hnu liecn so for six years slnca
U nlo rurcd my wife, who had been so fol
jcarsjmd has kept her nnd my chlldrel
well nnd hearty with from two to Hint
bottlcj per year. Thero Is no need lobt
sick nt nil If these hitlers nro used.
J. J. Ilium, llx-Supcri'lsor.
1 "That poor Invalid wife I
"Or Daughter I
"Canboiiindotlioplctiiroof health wiU
n few bottles of HopHittcrsI
" H'lll iott let Wicm suffer?'
In Urtt n1 icirt
dlitrtrtJ, lit tropical
m-il other rrfflont
Vl!tcl hf fp't-rmlf,
fxt ln.ccl tn all
lociMi 01 whtra tin
cotullttuQ ro unftv
Tprabl- to lirMth,
. thli ftmooi trcttf
r$ M'ln noMnitmlil
l imnc, iiuviriirr
Homa hlU tcr, lii
. brc 1 fo-lul a Mrnl
'tAftrfuirtl rrrn (a
t cbTrj ronilliuiioni
nnd tr3 t fruiri,
Ht)tt6 ft COP) tvi
ti ikI klnttrr.
f v mplVmi.UUw.th
I f r nto t'T n
" Prutrrfti and lfi
BREECH LOADER 35
Mlerl Ifitrrrl-., lo or I'-l Inirn
W'Mihtc Jhm fr'Ictt lot nf tin' IV, IMelittrilN
llrrrrti I onilrr. amt olT rOirm at aitorf" price,
.t,anitlt'i 1 t of it ton! nsj tmpuiurntn. Qum
tit jr limit"! KtrryRiin wbtihh r I, ami i nt C U D.
Uh pilftlrji otrx.iiiiliuttlotintul (rial.
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers of Guns and Gun Goods,
1.1-133 West rift- Street,
Itlrtttritrtt Calatoaiio Vrre. Jtnii.ns 1113-, 7f o
Boring Wells xKSf?
Well Boring and Rod Drilling Mh:ns
la Vory Profltnolo!
$25 to $40
i Often Mado!
K Achlnia Mftde to Hun by lloraa,
llaaU or auain Iowr
Bend for Cat&Iomie. Atldreta
LOOMIS & NYMAII, TirnH, OHIO.
I frn I-trf.Ft..l Bftnnff. n-.i Tlftf HAM,
sitni.sj, uk i'ain rim l'li-hiukir.
P0I4 lt1l. WrrBU t tr. All U u lw v
rrirt iBt-4 uB
J.KES Cf BIHOHAMTOH, Jm
toi&t.iuxToa, t, 1
" InstiaC'le." Hires IsiMni
AnSKESIS relle. and 1,
an tnfitlUblt turf for 11 lc.
l'ncv HI, frum ilriifglit,, 01
f'nt nr- paid he mail Hmnpl.s
Jit: Ai. 'AHAKIISIS,"
Malar,, noxalto, hinr Yur-
I'oe 80 rrnts .noush eldeeprs"
server -.111 Laa.nl In k.pstar
rel of clJee stt. tVCul this out.
V W. Scno.walJ. SI. Loala, Jlo,
Y.-iii OtrtMoIIndoionortwoof Dr Cliase't
1 UU Kacilljr riyrtetantnsnyioirn Tirlt. T'rnia
lMra. A. V. HAMILTON CO., Ann Arlwr.slicli.
Sherta fine wrltlnepapertn llotterTablet.wlih
ra.mitar. 2. ns.. by 111.lL Airrnla wanted.
LvuQuiujr 1'rlnilna CoH Nenburfpurt. tlaaa.
Wliotisili' and retail. Send f.r price list.
iiooi.eetti . 11 1, i tga inm. in oruer.
i: lintxllAM, 7t Sum Buret. Chicago.
JS IU lltll athomi wiiliont pain, llokolp.f
lieu araaeut rise. Il t W.ollsv.M I) . Atlanta. Ua.
Snipa A MONTH iin.l IIUAUIt forth re Hie
Ivil.- ounff Muii.r l.aillia. In raell county. A1
. WW JmiI'. W Zl-ULKU-CO., Chicago. 111.
bu Loula, tlo. 7liUalucleola jrearly. Ortnalea ancrcafful
lagaiUaicmplofmenU rii:.M l'OIKJIItCUI.AU.
Young Men l?Mr
learn Tsi sasiriir V re una
sssja nniat Sll list rUS,
Ileal tVsh Bjrrnn. 1 aatea sno.1
u.b iu .it...-, nuitiiijurueiruii
AGENTS WANTED Krra, JS!
Ilnif MMchtnn r.rr tnrrntrd Will knit m pulrol
mtnulrt. It will lo VnJt grt'ftt ,.,r.r of fatujr
wr. fur whtihthcr Is tlwtj n ready mikft. send
f r t rculir in.l rmi to lb. Tuombly Knltttng
fcluililuo Co. iu:i Trrmoatbtrreu ifuiiuo. Mui.
M a ! lAlfoiifsJ.S'eraonMreel rMrmtia in
pi 8-lliu Wasi.nwaln.ttsui 4-IouSaOI
-" mis USlerllTe,' (X bend for rrlcs Ual
Wnnlflfl Atronlt J';'" snd frtnsle for new liooir,
nillll.II WKtinU Kaus-TilersorAnierlcfc''
Jwnifl''e.J 7 Bile, wills ..ni-suouiatandasencr
Address roltlUJJ i. M IJf. .isSlaTiuTit o.
A WEF.lv. 813 & Ur sthnmaAnallrm.il.
(Uroumtfren Address TruefcOo. Aiui'sts,U(t
COKfl A.MOKTII, Aicenla Wante
9AUU iir s J IY lli.OK.O.V, Usi
Wsnted. OO lai
tl irt )n P"sr.-ttiome. B-mplessrorthM
tJ IB .Uacs.A4drs8niisO-ULtVUa4.s.
Snnr.Hn3Kf"J,,'0''r",Jl,3l,",u-' V'Jo tor
Tfift AWEF.KicTourmrn totrn. Terms nml
iOOJJouuitrrts A4drsuiiettoa ! J
A .V K I), No.U13
ri'llKV tVRITIXU TO .tltri-.KTttVHIl'
jilenso may ioii saic th rf,l.eiasiil
III 'fit. na"r-
ssLi 1 J It
I Iti 1
Wlis-. m E
TTJZIJW1 feT t
im i'iiT 1 uMsw-wJHM-sfr-iM a
. I. OOOHVICOOKTZ,
Banus-nanch on l'rj-pr's rieck.llfteon as
wrst of Inlui.
' -v. C. l'ATTO.N & COH
Hmrmtb crop 111 tho loft fisr
ITarsra lirnmlrHl sanif) on Ins kfl n'p.
ildiitfs-lliioli t rci k.
Vlnlta, I. T
Cctblt In the left cur. crop nnl oterbttb
tUwif IIik'Ic Ctvck.
J. C. on left hip or eliln. nml smtillo stirrup ot
rfstli s it" or lilp.
llnni tiul'iirl (.'rctilt.
3. W. GUliEN,
Vlnlta, I. T.
Crop off left nr nml crop nml plll In rff bt el
Haw Near Inlta, 1 T ,
.t. a. rortiaiA.w, '
Ootvalu, I. T,
Hndfrbit III lrf rsr, oti'rtill In tiirht.
Jtjngo - i:iglit miles north of CITi'inor.
J. O. ITAT,
Vlnltu, I, T.
tjmlcrblt In each car. Ilorso brand sm as 01
Jtanae-llftwpon Ciililn nml 1'rjror's Crco'is.
J. XV. KlUlilt,
Pryor's Crceli, I, T.
Crop mwl split In loft enr, swnllfnr fork In right
.'iimr - l'ri urs fieelt.
j. .v. ':iio?tisjON,
Vlnlta, I, T, a.
Jndnrhs'f injp on I -f rar mid split In rlgtt,
W. C. OIIVM3lX.IJN,
Villi!-, I. T.
Ovcrslopoln left cur.
J. C IIOGA1V,
-Tjor crook, 1, T
Bwsllow fork and timlnrUt In right f art tj
derslopo In left. Hanyt-Vryor s Creek.
Vlnlln, 1, 'r.
trnderslope In each car l.moe-l'rjror's Crssk
aimlessoiitliof Vlnti.nerI., J T.,it
liunil llrsiiil-Uft a loin. .,-...
T. X. aiHlA.lN,
liil, I, T,
atSo i i.Vrlk' ,t?.'1 l"inl-I. Crop tal
ipllt In left tar, swallow fork In rltht ssj.
I. W. TH3,
Oosvsila, l, x.
B . Si
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