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Jt. L. fTWEIU. t KAIIars
J. L. BWKST, I ;
YINITA, - IMDIAS TElltUTOIlY.
WHAT MIGHT HAVE DEEH.
Po manjr Ihlnre hrre might hare lx-cn
Had our dear chllil not tn.
n count them tip and mil Owns or,
Wo welsh tho less nr.r.nsl lh more,
Tholoy she rn"vr)rhnwornsml,
Tho IHtlr-r worn fiirvTrr pared.
The ilnns-rr turned mM
Heaven's full swtirlly n 1 then,
IVrpleied, wo sigh all rflljrhl haro Iwen.
Weimlnhtharrswn her twee checks glow
Wih love's own happr Mimm.
Hfrpyr with tnnMca arladnrsa full.
Flndlnsr thn whole world heantlfiil;
We mln ht hare seen the Jnrance fall.
The iTear face sadden and strosr pale,
Tho smiles fade Into adoom,
I .me' fun arrow dim and sink attain
Klthcr ol tbeso It might liavo linen.
Wo mls-ht hro urn her with the crown
Of wifehood nn her head,
A ontrn of home's fair sorerrlfnllci
With III Ho children at her kneesi
Or. tiroAen-hearled and alone.
Bereft and wvlowed of herowa.
Mini ruins; l-klo hrr dead
This thins- or that, hrrrwid our ken.
It rakfht bite been, It might havo lifcn.
There la no need of questions now.
No doubts, o- rlkK. or feam
Cafe folded In Ibe. liternsl ram,
drown fairer each dar and still mom fair.
With radlanco In tho clear j-minir erea
Which In cool depths of I'atadlso
I ik without Main of tt-ara,
Headlnr tho hint's Intent, ami then
Pmlllnjc to think what m'ent hsie been.
We. ton, will mile, oh dearest rhll l
Our dull mull mar nit know
The deep Ihlna-s hidden from mortal sense
Which nnd Ihclr lleavenljrcnnfllcnres
On this one sure thnui-lit ran we rest.
That lll has rhoecn for thco tho best.
Or else It wfm not so:
He called iheo liack to tlearrn axaln
Hecau-o lln knew what tnlaht hare iKien.
Sum tWM. in OmongOUvnaUtt,
TUB STOKV OF X SIIOUMAKKK
I vim born fn the Ltixtimlioiirn; just
iilxiilfiltt3irs ajfti. (iowlneta! How
I ttcil la work nl tlit bench when I wns
k 1ml. sotviii;r nml hsinmcrin;. ham
lucrlti anil waving on IkmiI nml ahoc.
There iriu that tlc.-tr olil father of inlnp,
willi hJ hlir alrel-rimnictl ajwctnclcs
jmtcIioiI on hit noic, who act mo nn ox
nniplo of thrift ami honesty. "A!oto
nil, ho iisetj to nay to in. for a brother
then worked with me, "be tt gool shoe
maker. Norcr canip anything. Do
tho 1)051 vou can, ind ilo it all llio
timi)." 'o would work from imorUa
to far into tho night, llio pay wo pot
wal lltllo enough, ao small (hat wo
ticl to watch tho camllc that mittored
In tho wind nnd worry over its xwt.
If wo wor!;cil very, very hard, and ens
lorn wa pxxl, wo mlpht count on a
pain of ten sen each, but omctimc we.
would nil toi l'ff?ing away becauso
tho jHxr colo in our villaco had no
money to pay for shoes. Oh! how dlfll
cull it was to buy n sack of coarM Hour
or a liltlu 8"Mp of meat. AVo llveti
from hand to mouth, l'oor old father,
do what wo co'ihJ to help him, ho pot
into debt, nnd uncd clone time as
much a thirty franoA. Whatnhugu
rum that scented to m I" IhiI what a
whole mountain of rnilmrrnutiicnt!
1 starved rnvM-lf In order to put a
little money nllilo. One day I said to
father; "This thinp ilon'l ntirk. 1 am
gotne; to clear .otiU 1 can'l stand it."
Vou will leave me, my son? Your
poor old fcthcr is an iiu'tuiihranca to
joti?" "No, not nt nil. Hut I mustcn
away lonorkfor him." "It is well,"
replied my father. "Vou are a poctl
shoemaker. Vour stitches are strong
and even. Vou shnpe. well. Go mo
tho world and (iod's blessings atxom
I went to I'aris and led a miserable
lifo fora time. I hardly pained mv bread
at first. Tho hai'its of the lSirisian
shoemaker horrified roc, for I hail been
brou "hi tip by n pious father. I was a
pood workman, however, anil aftr
a whilo found stevly employment, bnt I
cmiM help poor father out but very little.
l ' It tiet to make my heart sore to
thlnV of him cramped tip in his little, j
tlinsy room, working away for dear life. I
with tb ineaper reward of a crut of
dried bread. The habits of economy
he had laupbt me helped me then. I
waped topcther sou by son, nnd at lt
sett ftlra ten frances. He wrota mo
that the sum had saved him from bHnp
tnmel otit o! hi jtoor old chamber.
"ThU will never do," 1 said. " I muJ
p somewhere else. 1 am a pood shtsj
maker, and ejperienco in I'aris htm
piren me the tinlshlnp touch. I mut
po Kjmewheru else, where the art of
t'rlien will be apprniateiL One llnb
day tit IK'iOI took a place a. laiuNman
on an r?npllh lirk, from Havre to llov
ton. I landtxl in the United btatta with
just forty ccn's (two farthlnps) In my
t)ocket. I soupht work at oire, I saw
In n liltli shtwmaker s shop up n nar
row street a slpn written on paper and
'tuck on thcplsss with wafers. 1 could
no .sad it. I did not knowaslnple
word of KnplUh then, but over the
door thero was a German name. I
made bold to enter, and talked Ger
man to tho proprietor. ".Sit down,"
lie said, "on that bench, and sew moon
that sole." "I am a fair shoemaker,
as you will see," I replied. It was a
pleauro to take hold of tho tools onco
more; they seemed to know me. How
I blessed my fnthcr then. .My Um n a
satisfied, and I pot a Job rJplit ofTatono
dollar a day and my food. That was a
fortune to mo then. I worked for six
months steadily, and, save for a second
hand pair of trousers botipht by me at a
Imrpaln, I hoarded every penny. I sent
the dear old father fdty dollars, and
back came his blwlnp. He wrote ho
had never seen so iniivh money at one
time In his life. Hut I was ambitious.
Just then tho California fever was
rapine;. Somethlnp told mo to po to
tho ll'aeilio coast. I took ship ami
crossed Jho Isthmus Jut IWoro nrrlv
Inp nt Sau FrancK-o there was a heat y
pale; we came near beinp shipwrecked,
and I lost my hat. I remember that
juito well. I landed in Sau Francisco
with ono dollar exactly. On board
thw was a carousinp shoemaker, who
had been mit for front tho F.ast bv a
niPit who kept a shop in San Fraiiois'oo.
I lizard him say that he had come bo
fore his time, and that, anyhow, If ho
could do bettor ho was not pulnp to
woik attobblinp. Ho mentioned tho
libit o of the man who was to hire him,
nnd I had his consent to apply for tho
I went to tho shoc-hop at once nnd
asked for the potlticn. H Is phon to
another man, who oupht to bo hero
soon, and I cun't make use of joii. Ito
sldcs. you have no lint." "Tliat makes
no ditlcrencc," I replied. "I sou shoe
makers' wapes aro sl dollars it day
It was tho limit times of California,
then -plvo mo threo dollars and feed
me, and only lot mo stay until tho man
you hired turns tip, for I am indeed a
hoomaker.,' Tho bo-.s gave a kind of
proilplnp contont. Then I sot to work,
and slept that night In tho shop. When
tie master canio to the placo In tho
morning ho found everything Inelegant,
order, oud I had mado live dollars bo
fore breakfast by metpHn'r n boot. I
Mi'lcd him exactly for I nm a good
shoemaker. I lived with that man for
a year, and saved all my money. I sent
the doar old fatlmr nt homo ouo hun
dred dollars. If you could only have
seen tho letter that tamo back! Tho
blessed od daddy wanted to know If 1
thought ho waa a spendthrift? That one
hundred dollars ho Was going to make
do for tho noxt three years! Thoro was
a dunce I heard of In Sact'amcnto. I
went thorc, my master giving mo some
of bin Khop-wo'rn stock. I did a splen
did ImslnesH. Jn six months I had mado
for my share thrro thousand dollais.
My fortune was before me. l'oor old
daddy wm not forgotten. I got a cross
letter from him this tle. Tho poor
simple soul wanted l know whether I
thought ho was golpjr to the dogs, Did
I wiwt to mnka 1dm n drunkard, it
gourmand, and put all kinds of tempta
tion In his way? Too much tnonoy was
the source of all evil. 1 was robbing
mysfllf lo pamper him -but for all that
thero wm a lot of sweptne.ss In ihr let
ter. Well, I thought that fortune wns now
mlno. Hut ono night a bad lire broke
out nnd I was burned out. Firo oc
curred In K,ierineiiio every hlght nnd
were tho work of thieve. I gathered
togctho-the few pairs of boots I could
put my hands on, nml plaecd litem with
my money, nil in gold. In a trunk, and
I carried It out of tho wooden shanty
Jtt'l as tho roof fell In. For l-oitcrsv
enrity I sal on my trunk, and gn7ed bo-wilduti'd-IIko
nt the flames. " I have
something left," I said, nfler nil, to
begin the world with." Just then I
was slrui'k a heavy blow over tho head
with a dull, and lot all consciousness.
When I came lo I found myself on the
protinu ami my ininic pone. ino
thieves had dono tho business for mc.
Ah! then I pavo myself up, Jut for a
moment, to despair. "I am ruined
ruined for ever. Poor daddv!" I
thought. Hut I was not mined, for that
ctock on tho head was tho means of my
making my foitune.
I didn't cry titer things much, for 1
am a good shoemaker, and that is al
ways a solid capitnl. I had a little
money In my pocket, and went lo San
Francisco. I knew my old mntcr
would tnko me back, and he did so. I
resumed my old place. There was an
auctioneer anions bis customers with
the tendorcsl fret I nor saw, and, a I
am a shoemaker, that cxnlains all mv
pood lu-k. This aurtlonwr had lieen
grumbling ever since I left San Fran
cisco. When he s aw me ho was de
llphted. "At least now," ho said, I
nm out of my groat misery. I shall
limp no longer.'' At onco I made him
a pair ol shoes, anil ho was delighted.
Uno ilay lie said lo mo: "I hmt an
ntfnllnn iMlnnUv nml t ..til ,... .-111.
out gottiti? a single bidder, a lot of very
lino French Ixxits. Tliey won't sell lj
caue there's a glut of boot on lite
market. They were Imixirted a yoor
ago, but the shape is out of fasliiun
now It wnsns.piare toe then, now It i
a round one. DoyouAvanttobuy them?"
"How tnilehF' I akeil. '''ko your
own price." "Hut I have n Jioney."
"lliat makes no iHHercnce; j niay
have thorn on credit; pay mo when oti
can." I went to look at those c-tses of
boots. They wero of tho llnost quality,
and excellent as to make. Some of
them Woro cavalry boots, and such as
only dntidy horemen or general officer
wear. Homcmber, I nm ngood shoemak
er nnd know my trade. I Imoght tboe
boots at one dollar a pair. The leather
alone was worth twice that. At night
I used to work on them. I made Tho
square tooa pointed for 1 am a good
shoemaker. Some of them I cut down
into bootee. Oh! I worked night after
night on them after hount. Then I
hired a small shop, anil hung up a few
pairs fn the window.
A Mexican canio first. "How much?"
"Ten dollars." He look (ho boots.
Then miner pasced! "How mueh?1
'Fifteen dollars." Then a gonlleman
on a fine horse cam by ami looked
from his horso at the booUi. and ho tied
tii his horso and asked How muchr"
'i'wenly dollar." Ho put a double
eagle down. I must have made ?S,500
clear on thoo boots. Then I found
more of them a mlno of these boots,
and I put In my ooket $C.ooo in threo
weeks. I worked on for a xoar and
made money In my trado steadllv. for I
am a good shoemaker. Then" 1 pol
married In San Franeisoi to a woman I
loved, and my marrtcil life has ln a
) cry happy one. Il was a pang when 1
sahl to my wife "I must leave you. mv
love, for a short time -only long enough
to pay my dear old daddy a visit." I
left my business In her charge-. It was
a royage cI Business and pleasure, for
went to I'aris to buy poods.
lVirold daddv! There m thn ...,,.
tnsgplo In the wicker-work basket, and
he Mlulod me, for he remembered me.
"hen I was a little boy 1 sttiek a tail of
7ale feathers on him with mjiiio col-
b,'.1T'. Mc l,ov,r orRt me. and
runieit hit feathers at mo as soon as he
saw mc. as If my insult to him bad !cen
of recent dale. Thero wns liartllv a
change In tlie nwm. Thore lump fntli
er"s old waloh. as blp as a satieer, tick
ing atnty, with a spray of Ixu-wood
over it for Inek. 'IVn thorv was on
the skclf the same old earthenware Jup.
The handle i broke one unfortunate
day. and a p'oee of leather was bound
round it. and it hung on a nail bv a
thong. He had the .nm nwl in liU
hand -at leant it was the same handle,
for unoe I oamo near pelting a thrash.
Inp for having wliltHetfli. Kton an idd
almanac of a jear lonp pnp tmst was
there, tacked to the wnll wit h shoo brads.
He had on the same apron, only it was
Tho doar old father was bending oicr
his work. jKHindinp slowly at soinr bit
of leather on a Inst. Vou could cotitit
one, two, three, four between tho ham.
mennp. In m timo it was rat-tat -tat.
like a drum boating, with mi interval be
tween the strokes. I sinxb- In nnd the
old gentleman first looked at mv fit:
that w as a w ay he had. At a glanc -for
ho was the king of hooniakcr-he
could take in all ilm dim.nnco between
your foot and llio feel of the ren of
tlio world. Ho looked and looked
again. Ht must havi. recognised a
family foot, for I saw his hand tremble,
then ha pudied up his great stcel
rimmeil sKMtaelo and the tears ran
down his cheeks as he roo and tottnred
and then foil Into my arms. How wo
kissed ouo another. "Mj son. mv not.
yoil never would Imve sueteodeil had
you not been a good uluxmiakeri you
never scamped atn thing, jou did the
Jtost you uould all tho lime, was what
in ssid when I told him of my gooil
uck. "Like my dear old daddy did
before me," I added. Then I kicked
over hix worl-boiK'h, and said. "No
more work ft . old ppny. for I am
neb. I have a ife; I have a baby a bov
baby, natuod after you and jou ire tii
iiu van -unti-oiass to-morrow
or tho day aftent anl, and come post
baste out of the old oountrv to Culifur
nla, n that prnndchlhl shnU hit on your
knee, and joushnll teach him to le
honest and pious, ami to lovo you."
"And may I not make him a poodshoe
maker?" ho nkwl. "Hut uni po too
fast. Let me think over It. Vou ask
mo to leave thlsold I.ueinlKiurg, whoro
I was bom. I should net or sen npnin
llio grave whore your mother, my good
wife, has slept for thoso last thirty-odd
years. I don't kuuw. I am very old.
I should Imj in the way. 1 love my old
trndo. Do they wear shoes in Califor
nia? May I cobble there? I nssuro
you, though tho hog-brbtlo Iwthor mo
Jus, a lltllo at tlinot, nnd my hammer
aioves just a trills) slower, still I oan
urn out a very decent Job. I wonder
rf I can not beat you now. Come, let
To plcaso tho old man, I took up a
bit ol work and commenced on It. "It
is well done." said father, ndmlrln-ly.
"I see you have not forgotten my Vs
sons. IVrhaps that ono stitch there is
n;t ntiilo qulto as even as It should
.'.. $' J? !,t worry you.
bt-ll." and ho hold In his shnkv hands
the old root near his eye, "It will p-is
At last tho blewed old man conscntod
togowitlimo. Next day wo had a
fcan In tho village All tho old cronies
were tntltcd, tho cooper, tho watch
raaker, tho butchr, the drovur. tho
tailor and tho tax-colloctor. Tho euro
gave tho party his blessing. Oh, what
ft 7 V w "D.: mo oinmiin was
I 'm introduced to every ono
wno nauioarnea his trade In tho Lux
embourg." 'o kept it un an ti,al Mlcr.
noou nnd lato into ho ovenlne;. It was
a feast snch as that sleepy old town
will rmccmbrr for many a day. Just
occasionally I noticed that the old man
weakened when soma ancient chum
took him by tho hand to bid blm good
by. Then I would say: "Dear daddy.
It's your grandchild that claim you.
How llio deuce do you expect he will
ever lie a good shoemaker, without
your fetching him?" That was. an nil
powerful argument. Tho blrsscd old
man made the trip with mo across the
orcau without much fatigue. How glad
my wlfo was lo see her husband nnd
father, and, as to (ho baby, ho went hi
on"o Into his grandpapa' h nrms.
Of course, father was loo old to work,
but still he insisted on having his bench.
As ho grew fceblo the stitches became
more uneven, and wo wero often
alarmed about tho aw), which might
have pricked him. Ho lived, though,
happily with us for some years. He
grow moro tinleadv tlay by day nnd
wnndcnil a little, "hot still ho would
spend an hour or two cvory day at h!i
bench. He madeagoat-hnrnoss for the
little boy and quito a number of pretty
tilings in leniner.
One day I heard him III h! room top
ping, tapping awav on his lap-stone
witli more than orJinary vigor. Then
I listened lo him. Ho said. "A good
Job; a very pood job. Capital, though
I onpht not to pralo myself. There
naver was but one man who oould equal
me, and that is my dear, dear son, nnd
his son, my granilon. shall also bo a
lirst-class shoemaker. If the good (Jod,
whoso name bo hles'cd, only lets mo
lite a little, a very lltllo longer," and
then I henrd tho rattle of a hammer n
if it hail dnqqied on tho lloor, nnd 1
went into bis room, and the dear old
man had pa.ed quietly away, with n
Ial prayer on his lips. There aro tin
shoemakers nowadays liko in Hi old
The Foible Food.
NotMns'i mere sure at mrntsto Ukr hoM
Of ihe IhmI fceMnes or aklnd. which are
Morn lendsr, b we ererjr itajr IwkwW.
This lhat arMoftPHHir. owrnoir mur inll
The tiMwtn at the mul-thc dliiBcr ltd !
llio new philosophy which seme jdil
losopher of uiilKHitii'loil stoinncb ha
presented to Ihe world U the phllioph)
of eating, not throe times a day but
live, or six. or evcn time, aecord-ng to
tho enpnoity of tho oater. It is safely
demonstrated that lieojile get sick from
lack of suniclcnt diet, that the Internal
eeonomy craves constant fuel, and that
liiM'fllcifli! diet Is a caiKeof indieotlon
and not over-eating In proof of which
this horrible story is told: A child, who
had nlivnjs aknl fur and receiveil n
slice of broad ami tmtter the last tiling
at night from its mother, wont to vt-.fi
an nnnt who lidlovtvl that kite cntin;
was iticomoatible with h.oalth and re
fused tbo child its accustomed food lc
the monilnp the child was dead, and ill
throat and mouth filled with plu-worm
which, denied their foot), bad crept ur
and suffocated it.
The fact is alo adhered to that in
somnia is caused by want of food, and
is a fearful llliiilmlion that tho gaotric
juiee is so strong that tho moment dis
solution occurs it begins to eat tin
A pain, tho new comttib!e phllosophj
nrp that it is not lato Mippers that
injure pcoplo nnd pr-vent thorn from
sleeping. U is the unusual i-ohlod
ca that suffer. 'Jlie man or woman
who habitually aits a lato supper will
not feel the least Inconvenience, but, on
the contrary, will lie refreshed and
strengthened, nnd the Knglish nation
proverbial as supper alers Is quoted
to support tho theory. It Is a fact
that tlio Jewish people eat four or five
meals daily without any inconvenience.
Theatrical sope oat at all hour, and
always late at night They average
long lives, and aro healthy and full ol
endurance, while tho New England in
habitants, with their three meals a dny
nrly supper, nnj no cold bi(i at bel
time, aio!,f.iM'iitlo suilorors.
"Twocoiiilitlons," said nn Knglish
writer, "oppose the acquirement ol
sleeju Those aro by hyportniuia of th
bran -stiniulnllng it to undo activity,
and playing tho part of a whip and
spur to a tired horse; and llio opposite
of hjpencmla- excusdvo cerebral nn
lumki. To relieve the furmor by ration
al method', a llank movement is re
quired. Tho blood force must be en
ticed away from their persistent n
sutills upon the cranial fortnis. TliU
can lie nccomplbdied by fill ng tho
stomach with solid food, thus furnish
ing temjMirnry engagement for tho pugi
listic globules on other tldils. The food
should be of the coarsen and pla'nest
variety, olse tho remedy might produce
an agg.Ttvatlon. Wo nil know that the
loner animals, after filling their tdom
aohs with ooarse and nbundniit fooil,
He down immeillntoiy to rest and sleep,
and they succeed, even after tho mint
severe "and exhatitlng toll upon the
race-courso. at tho plow mid in llio Held.
To a reasonable extent man should slni
Hate the tinartiliuial ImblUsof lass gifted
It we aro to turn
over this new leal
in tho pages of lifo wo will need a rail
way limo-tnblo nt homo, ami twenty
inlnulusfor refreshments will become a
hoiiehold legend. It may detract from
tho purse, but if it gives us added
health and sallifics that Indefinite crav
ing which liko tho daughter of tho
horso-leeeh and Oliver Twist is always
crying for more, wo will bate reached
n small millennium oven if wo hnvo to po
thoro as did Mother Hubbard by the
way of tho cuplioard, only in this comi
not to find It hrJ,Jc'.ruit Jut unit
Tho Slniggle for KxMcnre.
'llio intensity of tho struggle for ex
istence In F.ngfr.nd Is well Nit forth by n
families in London nlouo are in the
habit of pawning small article, and
thnt moro than li.ooo.tOO unredeemed
pledges are sold every j car. As many
ns 270.000 nro taken in pledge yearly
throughout the country, mid, nlthough
a cerinintyroportion of these are stolen
goods, it is estimated that only one In
14,000 can be counted as such. In no
country in the world is tho same rotat
ive poverty possible, nut oten In St. I'o
torsbiirg, whore the extremes of poverty
and riches are as marked as they are In
London, fur thore thuro is no interme
diate eluM to niiH.M.r to the Knglish
middle class, from which and the better
das, of low or onLrs tho pawnbroker'
profits are most derived. In I'aris tho
Moul do l'ieto is comparatively llitle
frequented, except by tluwo w ho hat o
been driven to puurly by excesses,
whereas in London really respectable
pcoplo jrelleto temporary pressure iu
this way A'. F. Jaif.
l'li-nty f WU Laud In the l.'at.
Xo doubt many of our roadors resid
ing In the Western f, ate think that all
tho arable land in thoKast, andospcaial
ly noar our larger cities, was long since
cleared of its forots and broken up
with tho plow. Hut tho truth is there
are hundreds and thousands of acivi
all along our seaboard awaiting the ax
man ninl plowman. Thero is noarly
half a million of acres on long li'jind
alono In tho primitive, stnto. excopl
iwrhaps that a portion of tho lest trees
have lcn cut nnd put to practical use,
but tho land itself lias netcr lieen di
Imbed by acricultural Implonicnts.
What Is truo of Iing Island Is also true
of New Jersey, and while both aro so
near llio greatest city on this continent
that the sound of its church bells may
almost be heard in tho depths of thcli
great forests, young and old wen go
West In search of new Ian U that they
might Hud near home, nt a price nol
much if nnv nhovn what U ntled fn.
I wild prairie within railroad limits. - X
I i'i Sun,
THE FATHER OF FfSII'CULTDHE.
lh Orrrn's IilrasAbont the llniirTtlb
ud Rom of Ills Varied i;t
PTurr. He'd and Farm.
"How did you ever comv to devil tbli
"I have ben working nt It ever since 1
was Isrco enough to bend a pin."
The atmre remark w addrrssed lo Mr.
rVth Oreen, tho veteian flli cuIturlH, who
Is known to the entire world, and his reply
Indicates the extent of his labor.
"When I was qulto younir," he con
tinued, "I would lln on tlio llmls of trees
that reachol out over tho water entire,
afternoons watrhln ( the mnrements of the
flab and studying; their habits. In this war
!dleoc-nl many ehnrarterlitlrs whlcb
wero lefitre unknown. I saw, as every ob
leirer must see, tho deatrurtlvo elements
that are waning agalntt Hl, audi real
ised that unless omelliln; wo o done, the
life In the stream f this country would
become extinct. To countsrnrt tbts ilisas
troui eml liesvtmomy life work, ami I am
happy to say I bktre soon Its accomplish
"iVero yoti sHceesful on the stnrtP'
"No, Ind'fNl. Up to tint time nil arti
ficial nt eiHs to hatch and rnttoflsh from
the snswn had failed, nnd I was compelled
to etperJnient In an entirely new manner.
The work was a careful nnd tedlrmi one,
lrtit 1 dnally suereolel, and toay I nm
ahlo to hatch nnd raltn fully sevonty-flve
er cent, of nil spawn."
"Bnormoust why, that Is a larger twr
eoHtacethnn either the vogetohlo or nnl
insl klnploms ttrodue In a natural con
dition." "I know It, Ihi' we eierrlie the Rreatost
care in thostnii, nnd guard tlte HUl fel
lows until they besins nblo to ears for
T)io foregoing conversation oocurred nt
Caleilonla, where toe represonlnllvs of this
paper wns paying n vlilt to tlw Mtate Flh
Hatchrrtet. It has beon his prlrtleco ta
rejort very many interesting sfi;hts stUiln
tl)epnt twenty Hve years, but thi tlitr
prrtentexl heroexceedtln Interest anything
ever bofnre attempted.
" Jlow Htany fish aro thero In those iondi,
" As w bare never nttempUd lo count
them it will bo lmioesibl in say. They
extend way up Into tho millions tliouen.
AV ahlppit over three millions out of tho
pends this yenr, and there seeineil to l5 ai
nsny ntterwont s lieforv. AVehaTo near
ly every smrietv of tlw trout family and
"You pek of hybrid', Mr. Oroen. What
do vou mean liy thatr'
"1 ho exMrtmentel for years in cross
ing the breed of the Tnrt..iinh,andin still
worklnit uton It. Wo crues the female snl
Inon trout with the mala brook trout, nml
thin produce a hybrid. Then wo crost th
hylind with tho brook troul.Vbloh kItoi
tt thieoxpiarter brook trout and ono quar
ter salmon trout. This makes ono of tho
finest (Nbei in the world. He has all tin
habits of the lirt.lt trout, lives in both
streams and lake, develops vermilion
pots on hi. Hea, rites readily to a fly, is
far inure vigorous nwl fully one-thlrd
larger than ordinary brook trout of tho
same a ge. The pnlti!itles of develop
ment in tho fish world are great, and w
are rapidly nscertalnlnft what they are."
As the man of news watched thn ootinO
nance of Mr. Oreen while he was giving
the above ncrount, ho could not but feol
that ho w as in tho presence of ono of the few
Invwttigaior who, from n rich and llfo
long experience, tiring great benefit to the
world. Iet the render Imagine n strong
ami stalwart frame, surmounted by a head
Btronily reemtltng that of Kocrntea, and
covered with n white, silky bennl and lux
nriant gray hair. Keth Oreen, the father
of ilth culture, is a picture of health, and
the rrMrter could not eIp remarking so.
"If yuu ha I seen me Ihe I Alt winter and
prlng, yemnc man, you might hnvo
tiMmght illirintly," sahl the retornn.
now m inn: r tins woum toinx, in look
nt you, that slcknos wns iomtlilng of
wik-li vou ki
-ou knew nothing."
And sn It wns until last winter. I went
down Into Florida in the fall to neo what
kind of (Mi they had in that Kin to and
s'udy tboir habits, ami was attacked with
malaria in it severest form, nnd when I
came home 1 realised for the flrt time In
my llfo that 1 was sick. My symptoms
wore terrible. 1 had dull aching pains in
my head, limbs and around my back. My
opetito wot wholly cone, nml I folt n lack
oi enr;y such ns I ha I ofton beard de
scribed but had nevor experienced. Any
one who has ever had n severe attack of
malaria can appreciate my condition. I
went to bed and remained there all tho
spring, nnd If there ever was a ilck man I
tru tho one."
"It ncemshanlly possible. How did you
come to recover so completely J"
"My brother, who had been aftlletrd by n
sr-Teri. kidney troublo and threatened with
Ilrlght's ilisensn, was complstely cured by
n romedy In wnirh I had great conltdcnre.
I therefore tried the lomi remely for my
malaria and am happy to say I nm a welt
man to-day and through too Instrumen
tality of Warner's Safe Cure, which I be
lieve to txono of the niottvaiuabloof med
icine. Indeed, 1 " It Is eudnrted by tho
United Ktatoi Medical College of New
York, and that Dr. (lunn, dean of that in
stitution, has written a long article con
cerning IU value."
" And aro you now ns woll as form '
" Apparently so. I keep tho remedy on
hand all the while though, and do not hesi
tate to recommend it to others."
"One question more "T many ponds
of flli hnvo yuu her dim now aro they di
"Welt, wo bare 1.1 ponds, which aro di
vided up as follows: Twenty-two pondi
of brook trout, 2 ponds of siliiion trout, 4
of McCluud river or rnlnbow trout, 3
ponds of Oernian trout, .1 of California
mountain trout, 2 pond of hybrid, 4 of
line-quarter solmnn and three-quarters
brook trout, 2 ponds of gold 11th, nnd 1
Kid of Cnrp- Then wo have what we call
tho Ccntenntnl jiond or 'happy family,'
eontUtlng of crone of different fish, in
cluding Kenncbeo salmon, Land Locked
salmon, California salmon, brook trout,
almon trout and hybrids. Theno fluh
range In slzo from inlunnws to IS pound
rri, and in ago from nne-aud-one-hnlf
months to eleven year. I forgot to soy,
also, that we havo a 'hospital' pond, which
Is entirely empty, which tpraks pretty
well for n community of many millions.
Indeed tho whole secret of tho llsh culture
can bo summed up In four thing. Im
pregnation aslii; no water. Plenty of
food. Plenty of puro water and cleanll
ne." The numerous fish exhibitions which nro
taking place In all parts of Kuroeo and thn
unusual Intercut wtilch I lielug manifest
ed In this subject throughout tho world,
all own thlr origin to the process nhovo
decrllied nt originated and conduced by
Heth llreen. It is certainly cause for con
gratulatlon to every American that this
country produces so many men whoso
genius brings valus to tlin world, and it Is
proof positive of the greatest merit that a
remedy even with stieh. high standing as
Warner's 8n.'e Cure is known to havo
ihnuld lie so strongly endorsed nnd recom
mended tiy ono so reputable and rrllablo
is Heth Oreen.
Tootkus of brass instruments nro tin
banditti of American villages. .V. 1
Aitflee to Coniiimpllres.
On the apiioarniii-e of the first symptoms
asKeiieiuldrblllly, loss of npivetlte, pal
lor, chilly sensations, followed by night
sweats and cough, prompt ineatures of re
lief nhould lo token, ('utiutnptlnn Is
scrofulous dieae of tho lung; thrrefortl
use the great anti-scrofulous or blood-purifier
ana ttreugth-restnrer, Dr. Pierce's
" (InMen Medical Discoveiy." fupilor
to Cod liver oil as a nutritive, and unnur
pssstxl as u eciiral. For veak lniu",
spitting of blood, ami klndrl affection it
lias no equal. H'dd by dnir,glt. For Ur.
1'ierea's troatiae on consuiiiption end two
stamps. Woiimi's DiaruNHAKY Mkuical
Association, lluiralo, K. Y.
Tiik prominent man In tho city Is tho
street awrrper. He fills tho public eye.
The Wiaker Hex
Are Immensely trengthened hy the use of
Dr. IU V. rieree's" Favorite Prescription,"
which mires all female deiangrments, and
(ives tonotothesysUtu. 8oldby druggists.
Tiik dude proper parts tils hair, hn
waich-chaln and h's name to I ho middle,
You.no and middle-agxl men, suffering
fromnrrtous debility ami kindred nlleo
tinns, as loss of memory nnd hypochondria,
should tncloe three stamps for Tart VllcJ
Woild's Dispensary Dhuo (Scrio of pam
phlet. Aildtots W'oiiLK's DlsrENSAHI
judical Association, llulTalo, ti, Y.
CuiOAon pspirs call Cincinnati tho
" riastcr Paris of America."
Hcv. V. H. Buitii, Grafton, Mass., tayst
" 1 havonVrivA.1 Iwinofit frcuiiiikinL- llmwnU
Iron IHttcra for n low ttato of blood,11
llnur-uorMD Tho bed-ridden patient.-
V. 1. .Vtirs.
l! ISM 'rotrn's Bronchial Troehtt1
wero Introduced, and their success as a
cure for Colds, Coughs. Asthma and Urou
chills has bsen unparalleled.
Skinny Men. Wells' Health Itenewor'
restores health nnd vigor, cures Dyspepsia.
RTR i mtlTt, aI.I kA.1. un.l .kn. l.k T ,.
Patent Heel SllOvners, and wear them axs'n.
All rsconimcnd Wlsa's Axis areas,
lesrued From Agontilog Heath.
KW Vosc. Mr. Jamos White. 1MJ
Droadway, formerly chief Instructor Irs
Dickel's lUdlng FcbooJ, in this cily, said to
a newspaper reportT: " I broke my about
der, arm and elbow, splitting tho socket In
four parts, llheumatltm aetlnand I em
ployed the best physician. II tried every
thing, bnt I grew worse.and at Issthosaldt
f 'I have one more thing to try and If that
falls nothing en gin you rolls', nnd that
U Ht. Jacobs Oil.' I oie.1 this groat pain
reliever, and nm able to uo my arm, fres
from all rbcainstle troublo. I hay alio
recommended lh reni"dy to a number of
people, and In every enso they have bten
speedily and effectually cured."
Ira beggar almtes you do not mind it,
forlt is only a vazue-ranU- CAfca?o Trib
une Sin. A. Nichols, of this place, says hs
suffered from Catarrh for year. He pur
chased a tiottle of lily's Cream Halm of us.
Hs Is now almost cured, and say you can
not recommend It ton highly. IV are elllng
more of Kly'sCream Ilalmthanof atlothrr
catarrh renitdi; enn hardly keep sup-
fly on hand. Kvjtns linos., Druggists,
A Tr.xon singer ran always secure r. hall
eatlrr than a basso, leau0 ho can go
As InvalunUeslrengthrnor forth nerves,
muscles and dlgentlve organ, producing
itrenglh and appetite, Is Ilrown's Iron Hit
ters. Wsoo.t tracks nro tho rornl road, for
nro they not prints of tlrcr Gintinnatl
Fvonvicr., Oa. Dr. IV. 11. Prallter sayst
" IlroMTi' Iron Iltttom has given eattfac-
lion invveryinslanc 1 hayeknown it used."
" llostgh on ltats." Clears out rnts.mlce,
files, roach, tied-bugs, ants, vermin, ljc
Kwtn'a Srrctnc in. H. S.i has curel mi
of hereditary Hcrofnln of the wont tyi.
The medicine Is mora than you claim jr
It, and I hope nny who doubt will wrlto to
me. K. C. Hawes. Jr., Clarkville, Oa.
Wells' " llongh on Corns." 15r. Ask for It.
Comphwe, lenuaneut cure. Corns, bunions.
I vnto Swift's tScl(Ic (H. 8. S.) for a
bnd cannot Illooil 1'olson from Malarin.and
nm satitfleil that It saved my life, ns 1 was
given up to ille. C. O. Hrn.xctn,
Kup't Oas Work, Home, Oa.
" Ituehu-pailia." Cotnpleto euro, all an
loying ICiduey Diseases, Irritation. .,1.
Ir aHktot with fore Rjes, uto Dr. Unto
Thompson's Kre Water. Druggltts sell It. aid.
" Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for fey
srishnoss, restlesinws, worms. Tasteless.
Ilrimio's l!n"l folre, tieet family salre In
tho world, and excellent fur ctabto Use Xcts.
Wisr.'o Axlo Orease never gums.
i .fino ii.urBTitATioxs hunt nn i:
On receipt of six ckxts fur postage, com
Al.tl'MS, PocKirr Hooks,
Music Hoxeh, Kcissons,
Soliu KiLVRit A.sn BtLvr.n 1'i.ATtn IVaub.
MKHMOD Si JACCAltl) JKWKI.ltY CO.,
The most magnificent Jewelry catatoguo
Fourth ami Locust 8ts., 8t. IMils, Mn.
You will m jurprlsed to seo how low tho
II A'H fn St. LoHit mil aavf see hs.
tiik iu:m:h.vl 3iAirKrrit.
.., t KAXMAH I1TV. Oct. 10. 1
CATTM-iihlpplnir Steers. ..ft) fix
Kiillrelleirem .. am A
Nutlve tliws 3 (il fi :
lliilehers' H leers mil a
HOaB-Oiiwl to eholco heavy 4 SO
Ueht I 40 a
WIIHAT ,Vo. 1 m Z
No.; k: fi
Tta.3 7i A
wins o. s
oatsmi. s a sjit
ii i n .o. .
I'llt'tt I iiney, erAuk
HAV ftit tutu, briirht
CIlKliSi: Kansas, now
WOOL ll-otirl, unwntjicl.
IMTATOHd Per bushel
Ftll'll XXJC tncholi
Mtsilum now leaf
HIIKKI'-Halr tnehAicss ...
ruit'lt-rn.t- moq t elielee..
WIIK.1T No. S renT
HYB M M'i
POItK New Mm 10 fl O 10 TO
rATTI.B-Kxnorts .... S S5 m
IIOOM-Oood tncholce ... tS SHI
nvnviN Middling 10 A 10U
FIH'lt-Ooo.1 to choice ... I Wl A 7tO
WIIKAT-No. S nil I 11 ft 1 ll.
No. Sfprlng . IU w 1 !'
COHX No. 8 ... i ft Ki,
OATH Western mixed .1! ft. at .
"OHK-Stnndard lc 11 15 ft K in
B.THE GREAT mfl
l.vmluru, tUriarkf, ltfihf Tiolhirhff
Sort) 'rhrtrnt. NwIllnc-. Htnl, llruUri
lliirii, Hrnls. I'ra-I llllrf
Ami All Other DODIX.Y 1'AINS and ACHES.
$obX by !ruf ttiU ami lt,ilrra rvrr ywhfi KUtjr Or nl
m U'lile iMri. ti ns.n II IinkTUawv
Tin: t iiahi.kh a. voji;i.i:h -.,
(Su'nxm t x ha R-Ittni Hi V S
DR, JOHN BULL'S
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS anil FEVER,
AND ALL. MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor ol this celshrated modlclno
iaitly claims forlt a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE,
CEETAIN, SPEEDY and PERM ANEST cure
of AgueanilFavtr, or Chills and Fever, wneth
ir of short or longstanding. He refers to the
sutlra Weitern and Southern country to bear
htm teitlmony to the truth of the assertion
that In bo case whatever will It fail to care if
the directions are strictly followed and carried
oat. In a great many cam s single dose has
been sufficient for a care, and whole families
have been cored by a single bottle, with a per
fect restoration of the general health. It Is,
however, prudent, and In every caie more cer
tain to care, If Its uie Is continued In smaller
doies for a week or two after the dtiesto has
been checked, more especially In difficult and
long-standing caiei, Uintlly this medicine
will not require any aid to keep the bowels In
good order. Should the patient, however, re
qulro a cathartlemedldne. after having taken
three or foar doiei of the Tonic, a single dote
of BOLL'S VEOETABLE FAXILY FILLS
will bo sufficient,
DR. JOHN" BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
Tho Popular Remedies of tho Dajr.
fllaclr-al OftreMl Nila KU LOlThTULE. KXS
ftsvwpu :!( I'rtw AUif' Clue
VnwIwK uhoints without mIb II ot.ofp.ir
UWJJi oV ! U-)VtKUJa.,U.p ,AUtU,U.
Smith s Tonic Syrup
A TVOMAJf'8 Arr.VIB.
! X II. SstlutVwtfsef the roatis tnsty
Stk-ttff aotf ,Veor of i rh-in. Me , satle as oa
)!rl vrj, TtMthh4 hrea Mt'Tilr saieteS
! cturtos ferersl T'r Hh kbtorr sol llrer dlwwe,
j awRipBle4 w.Ui :tf r!n at4 tnwrksche.
iTicp;inca rsanj e'CAuraeart. ana pieioiw,wj
doeuir'f mrwtptloft, wtUrtat recrlrlnf inrtirseCt,
ftdMlefr-kiexfer a enre. s'e aotloM IM sdrer
tlwtnrntof Iteiu'aKdnfrsnddVcMedtolrrfl ItT
tut boodit a tnlOV st Mr. Jotinion" dmi (tore, torn.
mrsretl oMt It wlih eoeh Bitlrrios rmlt that M
enmlooM u D". ami trter totes oalr lire Intile the
Imworemeat ta hr lvHh Is to intilied tht M
wlh sn he ire sfflwed la like nwnoef to isow ef
IM men vsloiMs M retUUe meftlOnri tad ihe noil
cberrfar tnmnii lUM't I'.-njd to su, and
ctreeUHy to females wbe rt IronUed wlthttis com-
tUluU prtsttlt 10 the tex. " ,
A FAMILY ULIilSlNO.
Under Utr of lyps. iss. r hare renlrrd ths W
lovlos trformaitiHi Inm Ur. Lorraxo LAfntrtM, of IS
ClxrK lm rwrthixt. Ur. Mr L-.irtiM ti
"For rsl trtnp I hats bn irosiaol lth
tnm barkafhs sat pslas la th Mr, aal ha I
woM II down I eiM tot rr t writ, ai It novd Im
pnwIMe fur no to rrt lato aa tuf !tloa ao, mf
scars al mtos liKrrnl RnMUMlf lo stHhaatifrat
thai I brcainf emtiiKnt that I ha-t a i'jrur of l tM
arys fuirerd to ro. sod afirr hitloa o-cl doeiorr
prvertpOos aaul ataar of Ow ro-calM tutt wtthoat
r-lllcs nj tvncSt, I was rrnIrt tj a near .'Uh
Imr. Mr Joacs, toiryllim' Itnnntr Mowrlf and
wife bad trorll;jmeauil t,ri, tMl aRd mr
othonnfoaraosfalauscrsapia'or llltnrrlula ibe
McVst term. 1 derldtd to try It, and paftbavda
toule si N Ichor drag lorr. sad ai swa a I had takea
a few daw of It ihe psln la my back wrt rHlried.
sad after Uklac ihreo Imiles my aMearao and Ume
taekarc mrrd. and Teen trnly Irstlty tost llant't
I ctalmrd rnr It, and I ka'W of many other reople la
IonUnd who hits I mod a care la Hmfa Ilrtni-dr
srmailoitx-r failed lod.i y rood, and I recom
mend tt to alt who hare kidney or liter dtaraJO, Iwrtnt
that tbll niay ht Ihe rorn of rrtlctnt ime m3-rer
who doea nut kne woflhomrrlti of Hint's Hemedy.''
tla sad Urer com
plalet.and In ehroa'a
other oUllaate dl
Flomach Diner I
beyond all compari
son the bet remedy
that can be taken. A
a mean of restoring;
loerrr of rerros
vhosrr flnklns tin
der Ihe detitllialtns
I ernfcsfedlr nn
.For rale by all
n-nittl'ti and Drai
In thetp, Russia and Turkey Binding!.
tf "lnnri Wbslor-lts 118,000 Words,
XJLA J. 3000 KnzraTlnc. and a Sen
Standard In Gov't Printing Offlrs.
33.0OO roplss In I"ulille Schorls.
fmao to X or any other series.
2JUt3 JL Oe-st lirlp for Kt'llOI.AlW,
Webster Is SUndard Authurity with the II. H.
Koiirnnei Court. R'.-r.mmrnded by tho Stats
"A LIBRARY IN ITSELF."
Tho lat'-at edition, in the quantity of matter II
rr.ntnlns,! Mi- red tv I Iho targest t lumo
jmlrilfhed. Itlins nooo moro Wonis In II so-
cai olary than aro found In nny othr-r Am Iih ty,
and nearly 3 times tho number of Knjratln js.
Tho Unabrljgod Is now sarrlled, at a sir Jill ad-
dlt mal r.-t, with IiKNISOX'S
PATENT REFERENCE INDEX.
"Tho rreairt Improrcmrnt In bonk-nuklng that
In loen mado la a hundred years."
C.tC. KERR1AM i. CO., Iub'rs, gprinaeld, Its.
whon nppllnl liy
tho Anger into tho
nostrils, will Ixi nu
rlcanslnir tho hnail
of culnrrhnl virus,
rnuslnc henlthy sc
crrtmns. It allays
tects Iho incmbrano
of thn nnsal pius-
heals tho sort's and
n-ston-s tssto and
Fuirll. A fur appli
cation relieve .1
Ray-fever -- -s
rnd for clrrular. l'rlco SO cents by mall or at
rar:rr.tlpsa iwii.pttf.ierp, jln.r- a in n i.
Tt fete iliih. .! A..ILs,. . '.ai .. ... a
BJ SSSS HUM- l"ll, SH mtlI EI p( IJ tJIJJ 1 I J
la.kr(nn. iwIm pl-tTiirip itof ' i o
Htm ntronCu - iipnip flolcr irtu- : ioSmu
Hi --n Mn'i Mr Ul!x-.-til,oi1i ii l t(u i o
tMhrr ffooii it grai r rctlmd n It tir ann
wtrraniit, n.! WLO D. nubnhllrt of nnm
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers ot Guns and Gun Goods,
131-123 Wstit rifth Stret,
IlmitntMliitai'.su Free liniiont Il i, Mn.
IMS LrS.SUl D-sr1. n TAS Sfttf.
aifsi.. nn tv,s Tin; ritiTit.ii.
Sl4slrlst. Wl! .sUSy'. AilsUstw.
tut bs boos, srs
JONES Cf BIHCHAMTOH,
LUGIUXTOJ, S. T.
AGEHTS WANTED FJ'ffiOTf.iV KV,n-
tlnr Machine rrr JnTehfnt MU knit pair of
ttocki nrtwlih 1IKI.I. nrt'lHJKonilrtsBlniW( n
l ml nit It mil Jh lent! nifrttt tarlet; of fiocr
work for whti htlwri tt alwayt r(trnirkrt Ivml
ft r rtmtUi mul i rm to ihe Twombljr Knlltlnic
Blucblne Co., 10.1 TfrmoDl fitrcrl, J tot ton, XI i
NO PATENT, NO PAY!
It, n. KA. I- l.A.M(rCCTH
AtlnrnirL WkihlniTtnn II I'
full Intrructloni and IIiDdllaok of ratcnii K-nt free.
Vii sasa 1 KVJl7EsTr
Threo Piirticulnr 3011118.
Point the First. Brown's Ikon Ditters is not an intoxicating cot
pound. It is a tonic medicine, not a drink. It is a skillfully conipoundou
preparation made to restore strength and health; not a beverage to be sold
in bar-rooms and taverns.
t Point the Second. Brown's Iron Bitters i3 free lrom cvcrytning
injurious. The most delicate ladies and the most enfeebled infants may
use it with perfect safety and with great advantage. While it is powctful
in its remedial agency, it is gentle in its operation, restoring wasted strength
and imparting robust health in the most efficient manner.
Point ihe Third. Brown's Iron Bitters is made by the Brown
Chemical Company of Baltimore, a long-establtshcd house, whose reputa
tion is well-known to the business world and the general community.
There J3 no risk in buying such a medicine. n
And will eeie.0tlv cSSSfs Is SJsnd Is W. enllre itSm,
I'ACII NIIIIIT ritOH ONk.TOTWII.VK W.S,
I ot r'e Inasls OomplalU Uks roi. bn Co effssL
Tito kooiI nml slniinclt old
slniiiMij, .MEXICAN MI'S
TANG lilNIJIKNT. hits dono
moro to nssuuiro pain, rcllovo
siiUtr.mr, mul save 1 ho lives or
nion ami boasts than nil oilier
liniments nut together. Whyl
lii'i'ituso tlio Hiistang jipho-
rales lliioui;Ii skin ami ilesh
to tho ory bono, driving out
all liain anil horeness ami
morbid hcrrotions, anil restor
ing: thoallllctetl iiart to sound
and supple health.
Ask tho most eminent phrslcl&n
01 anr school, what Is tho best thin? la
the world for rjtslctlng and allaying all Irri
tation ol tho nerves and curing all forms of
nervous cor ') taints, giving natural, child
like refreshing slcp always?
Ami they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Somo form of liov"
Ask any or all of tlio most eminent phy
.trims: " What Ls tho best and only remedy that
etn be relied on to cure all diseases of tho k Id
nnys and urinary organs; such as Brisht's
disease, diabetes, retention or Inability to
retain urine, and all tlio diseases and ali
ments )rullar to Women"
" And they will tell you explicitly and
emphatically " Utichu."
" Ask Iho famo physicians
" What Ls tho most rellablo and wrest
euro for all liver dlseaso or dyspepsia, con
stipation, Indigestion, blllotisncns, malarial
fever, ague, A-c," and they will tell you:
" Jlandrakel or Dandelion I"
Hence, when these remedies are combined
with others equally valusblo
And compounded Into Hop Hitters, such
a wonderful and mysterious curatho powef
Is rleveloiicd which Is so vnrlcd In Its opera
tions that no dlvavj or 111 health can possi
bly exist or reslt Its lower, and yet It ls
Harmless for tho most frail woman, weak
est Invalid or smallest child to use
cu inert it.
"Almost dead or neatly dtnsT
Tor Tears, and given up by physicians of
llrvhlfs and other kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs called eonsomp
Hon. havo been cured.
Women gono nearly crazy I
From agony of neuralgia, nervousness,
wakefulness and various diseases peculiar to
People drawn out of shnpo from excru
ciating pangs of rhcumatLsm,
Inflammatory nnd chronic, or Buffering
from scrofula I
fxli -Vnoi. Wood ryitsonlnir. dif perils, lnd'renloo,
andlnfaot almost alld aaafraj
llsteneeieoredbrllopniller. proof of which ran
bs fusnd In erery aeuinbuihood In ihe known woikL
Ii a complete aatltlot)
to U klodi of Blood
1o1md uid SU1) Itnmor.
IMir.UITI'.I) IT.-Mf fninHr htTfUerofa
l ni inilfi'r, batmr riMWnf ibnioruup,
nrl rt-vUlnl sl.irtinrnlnilllnii Bwlfl' hpfclft-
bih curd tn too iv I o4 wfil tr fnmog kit the
1-"S VSSV lll-'U1l Sll
rmtrrnt mMl-ln In lL
pouon oa inr-ofn in pori oi
rort of tir kn H liilvi
,il WUrlU Pi uvyc mnj w
v n lit
it C. IIAWXS, Js.. Clirlltllle, OS.
After olterln(ttwenly-BteyesM with a painful Ory
Tetirr. and trjlnr many phyelclan. 1 wsililre.
Herrd b ih n- of Htriri's tlprcllle, and Ichcertally
commend U to sn Iniisi4rmirie,i
1IEV Lit IlltA.NlIAXI, laoon,Oa.
OnnresllseonDlnodsn'1 Stn Ilea,es mailed free
to applicant. THE M lrT MT.CIFlf CO..
Drawer a. Atlxst. Oa-
f M A IM.rAMril
whn ilrtfs Ihwrnrt OBf
MAGAZINE of FASHION
itr. rotiit r.Aova." imiednnsrierlr.
7lietii I'a'nllr ltln' snd wst iilel Ilry
lo1a CotoUsne trer iublllhea
r.5-biiS,."f1 rA-Y .YsWlWr-r h..?."i "llSV
PIIMKNT" Onr rail and Wlntet numij-j now
r1 l"rtrSI rrtfsr Samrlscorj enl I KM
Ma'teenth Sllreel and Nlzlh Asentie,
Rnrinnr Uollo '?
Hh the Fuisui
uuiiug iiuiio "TirriN"
Wei Bwb and Rod Drilling Machine
la Very Protltnblo!
$25 to 340
Machine Mad to Run br Ilorte.
itkod or sumn Pown
LOOMIS & NYMAN, TlFflN. 0Hi&
X.Xtf S VXTUTB,
i-.AUMinrd. l77 imnrruratrvi,
(Ml, rtirlh' 'iff of Oinrrrt,
Aiimnr't irriss( nrniima
till tsKtK l)llatAa. VllllOUl III!
o of kni(fi or Loni nr XlLonti, mi.l mile r'n- '
uroRKmrN, nut rum aiv nervitKxrct. adilrrM
2)11. r. I. ro.M), Aurora, KitK Co., lit.
fiTirn nimn ruxiK
filMlsai s bvM bss) twsMsi ta ta
sw w. I. sjawa vosssw BhsSss.
U A. UtHlTIl it 10., it.U, rftltllM, iu.
CHIOAQO SCALE CO.
rnmn i ""Ton Wii.nrrin,i4o( 4.ion0i
ii .-Mnia jtfmmx fflml.csiesrs. III.
" wuit iftiKUT.-'Mrcnaior lTlcisUl
Good far fr Aarnls. SIOOISttOO per
mo. mnde selllna our f!n ItooHs t; IIIMes.
Write lo.l.C le urJy .V Is., MI. IhiuIs. Mo.
II I IT1 Wholraile and r
Halrl Ooodsm C O
llnlll K Ill'IlNIIAM.
r-lll Send f ir price !(.
1 II tt : made In Anl,,
AM. 71 flsle hltrrl. Cliliszo.
Itt reliirn fuitK rll Pwhii.
Tliflrfa s,rr Ta 1 1 nrS). valrna of
UreasCuttln aouui ao,iu,u..ii,o.
I nniTn maVe iTMnes Betllnir nnr Kamnr lied!.
A litis I Orlnr-.,"u eapl'al required. hTssliaat
'LvrkOi, ll1 1'rarlhl., Xtw Vusk.
Yfill dsnHoXIatloienortsroof Dr Cliase'i
I U It ramiir I'hyalrtan In any town Try It, Termi
iv.iiajuuiu t;u.. Ana Atwir.uicn.
Young Men .eUrVJo
Circulars free. VALKNTINKUIIOS.. Js
6A MO.NTIi nnd 1IOAIIU forth re Ills
lonnrMener I.a4e la each riuMy. Ad
drci.l'. W. ZlkULEtidiCO., Chlcaso, 111
In ih,M MA.kL
,ks restored lo MVkeaTlk.ir saekalhlas hi
rsiiielss m ia,i ,, iH,i KsJiiT ! iu IJL. J
Anjvnun h will tV- ONE 1'II.L
an l"niW cur tor I'llrs,
iticv csa, iruin amnisis, Ol
sent rrrilil lr m.ll Ssmplri
rtt. All. A.VAHHU,"
ilikrrs. Uoitiit, Kew Voik.
''THE BEST IS THE 0HEAPE8T."
saw euniiieQ TKKSKERS
i r or su i .tsTC.Ww uh TOi?krtt
ftt.4 lr-fi to The AwU-numtl TijlorCV., KiuA)4, OtUk
IF YOU SUFFER SSSSroiSIK
$1,000 PER YEAR ! l?JSDJlVirrBa
"aaselJaaaiuOrtlcr. T rmisndpnxrnlu, rorlOe
OKfl A,MOT,, Ageaia VfanteA so he."i
ilDII ttaasril Ininih-wnrM l mplt rKtu
I A WEEK. $13 a day at borne eaetlv mads.
lUwtlr outsttn. AJdrrMTrosaOo.jtu3i-ju.VIa
A . A A A ? "r?rj" bjr?-. Tsroa aaittostlT oot&l
atilfefr c AC4rttall A. EintOo, Cblojo
9 f) O A WEr.K.In Tour nsn Inn.
A. H K.-D.
ii'hjbv tratrxo to AnntHTitint,
pUmr may VH si In 4alrrlsniasU
J2&-&" nr i ?
sstsiiii &U..'n e
T1Wri'-SN I IsasTsVi MwrilllfllissdTaTasTalaM T
&. V. GOODTKOOXTsS,
ppiu in in, -"i r
ftaoffs-nsnch on Prror s rrk, tlftfen mCesl
srrst of v Inlta.
xv. c. I'Axrox u. co
Fmnoth rmp In Ihf left cr
riOTfTS tirnndeil ssm on lh- lift h p.
Vliills, I. Ts
Ovctblt In the left 'or crop and overbtl If
Hinge Hik-Ic f rvrk.
J. JS. OT'ltL,
Correct lllr Kane
J. C. on left hip or side nnd ndd o etlrrtip oi
right s il or hip
Ilnnic nliirl lrrc'
G. XV. .Itl'31CN,
Vlutlu, I. T.
Lroo oil left esr and rop and spill In right cai
fdmiic Near Inlta, 1 T.
J. A. JFOJICMA.IS,
Ooivala, I. T
Pnderhlt III lef ear. nt t-rbll In rlitht
fuinyc Klghl miles north of I Intemure.
.T. O. HALL,
Vlnlla, I. T.
tJndrrMt I'.i each ear Horso brand Minn as 01
Rime Iletween Otbln and l'rynrs rrooas.
il. W. KIDKK,
Pryor'a 'reek, I.T.
Crop ani srIU In left rnr, swallow fork In right
II mv l'r)or"riroi.
sT. V. 'XIlOtl'eJON,
Vlnlla, I. X.
rha'f cnip on. I'll raronit split In t1gh
XV. C CILVHJtUUUIN,
Vlllltu, I, T.
0iirslopo in left car.
sJ. C. HOGAN,
Vl ) ora t'reeli, f, T
Bitsllow fork ami undrrblt In rlghleari SHk
dertloiie In left, Ifciiii I'pror s Creek.
Vlnlla, 1. T.
tTndeulopa In rarli cor llnnot I'rror'e Creek,
!U mil; south of Vln l near M., K. T. H. JS
ltoa.lranil Uft a loin. --..
J. X. 31sHlVlIIISJ, -"
Vlnlta, I. T,
TrSissP VT!rk' ''?d traat-sj. Crop at
spllt la left ear, swallow fork la rlihl iu.
owala, I.x, t ,
wrparid under! It and oiertlt In rlrbt car
t"o wfork and Uiideit,lt n left! nofrhed Is!
Usaslll Yl'li?7;? -
IsI1!j 15' Hi'1