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THE TURKK-OKNT STAMP.
hrti. old aSanm. li'a naasr luck
ini mat our incnaanip so,
X Vest other failed you gamely ituck,
niH no ynu'rr not to tro,
So hero's s flood of honest tcirl,
AM hero'e n honett llfh
flood-bye, old friend of many year
Good bye, old ttfttnp, rood by el
Vestr life ht been mrlftd ona,
With curtotia phatoti frnuirlit
ttosnetirffe n check. eoinrtlmes dun,
' inuritelly coming brought)
BMYt to t. xaltinir lover' faco.
Trar ti n tnotbor cyr.
Or Joy or pain to evcrj- placo
flood bye, old atamp, good tiro I
Ton bravely tolled, nnd bettor Jnon
W 111 vouch for what I anri
Although you hnvo boon llckod, 'twai when
Your faco tu rued t other way j
Twos of Mil In a bo 7011 got
(As fun will not deny)
I'nr irolnjr thrnuirh tho malls, I wot
(tool byo, old ttamp, good byo I
Ah,lnyoiirlatoiplrlnar breath I
1 lis tain nr year l heard
Tim wun 1 of voices h-jshed In (lofilh,
A mother's dying woil.
A mnMon's nniwrr, toft and tweet,
A wlfo a regretful aigh,
Tho patter of a bnhr'a foot
Uood bye, old stamp, rood byol
Vhnl wonder, then, that at this tlmo
When rou an 1 1 mint part,
sthmild aatiirotn apeak In rliymo
Tim prompting of my heart,
Uo blliMrlih all thono mem r'nt lenr
That Urn when other dlo
rmi'ro nobly served your imeposo hero
Good bye, olil ttsmn. good bj el
AvatntJ tuM, in thlaiga .Vein.
Tin: e(;ixki:iis stoiiy.
A. Mldnlglit Ktperletiee tn
It liml Ijpon snrm Injr Mcnillly nil ilny
long, not In n boIsU'rous, tempestuous
nay, lint quietly utul persistently, n If
tlm fentliory (lakes t hlch w uiv rnphlly
plllnjr themselves ono upon tho other
on tho frozen pnmml lind como for n
long stay. Towards night tho wind
begin to rise, nml when tho itarkncss
settled down h modornto winter's storm
niurnclnir, Vc wero nnitlnir In tho
llttlo rotation nt I - for tho down
Iraln, lolr&rnplicil nn hour nml n half
heliliid tlmo. nml wcro rnilonvorinir to
Loci) wnnn nrotm'l tho xninll nlr tkrlit
itovonhidiaonoil ni tho only hoatin;;
meiiiiini in 1110 iow-iiiiiiicti npirtmcnt,
U Is n plncn of llttlo impurtvnen ox
rcpt m n rallrotil center, for horn tuo
Irtink lino crosi c.toli othur, nml It la alio
tho point whom neomotlv wuro
clinnpcil on tho different tralni. With
tho excoption of tho lui'tlo nml excite
ment Incident to a junction stntlon,
there wn but llttlo to nttract a tourlit,
nml thu fotv natural charms tho placo
poascswl at IhN tlmo now hidden bo
neatli tho soft oiorln of sniiw. So
tho weary w alters wcro forced by donrth
of nmnsaniont, m well ns tho storm, to
whllo away thn tlmo ni best they could
In tho dlny depoL TI10 dlfferurit tlmo
Ulilci wcro penned, tho llnmlng hdver
tlscnrcnU scnitlnUed, nil to no puroe,
for tho hands of the innnotomms-tlck-Im
clock crept nroimd tho dial with
that tardy paco pocullar to nillroad
tlmo-pleees uhen ono U waiting for a bo
Tho conductor who was to tako
ufiargo of tho uxprosi canio In to warm
Ms hands by tho llttlo ntno, and noon
thu party was lncroaod by tho dpi
necr, whoo manhlnn could bo dimly
ecn far down tho track Toady for Its
" Had night, Hob," said tho conduct
or. "Hotter como In and warm up. bho
won't bo hero for nn hour j et."
Tho engineer mode aonio reply, and
Joined tho circle around tho Mout. Ho
was a tunii of Might build, drooping
ahoulders, nml perhaps not up to tho
ncrago height. Hatlior olTeiuinata nt
llrnt stblit, until ono noticed tho srpnra
finu chin, tho ipilck, steady ojos, nnd
tho lino about tho mouth, which
Mioued that beneath thatcalm faco ami
mtkt manner lay tho will both to do
nnd dare. Uo had been selected es
pecially to run this night express onnc
eotnit of thu danger of tho position, for
tho down train was fro picnily late, ami
the lost tlmo must bo nindo up beforo
lYiiuhing tho end of tho road In prior to
meet connections Tlmo and again
nothing but tho eo-lness anil judgment
of tho engineer had brought this train
to its ileHtlnntlon in safely, and Hob
Jennings us ho wan called, had boon
remarkably fortunate, nuil had noor
ircl with n serious aeeldcnt. Tho run
ning of tlie two trains up to I. and
back lo thu city constituted his da'
work Tho position wns a responsible
rne, tho remuneration gootl, nnd tho
"Job, ' ns tho bo,i tonned It, wus
looked tipon.wlth envy by Hob's follow
Aftor porno mlnutos passed lu con
ersatinn between tho engineer nnd
conductor, thu latter suddenly ro
marked: "How was It, Hob. jou happened to
get this exprots? 'J ho Superintendent
of tho Portland & Ogdensburg helped
jou to it, iliiiu't he, on account of that
Htlnlr M)i In tho mountains? Tell u.s
"Yes, yes," spoko up tooral who
had oMTIieard tho conversation. "IH
us hear tho story, by all means."
" Well, boys," f aid Hob, as ho bit ofT
ri ponorous chow, nml deposited tho
qiilit lovingly lu his cheok, "It ain't
mucu of it) am, nml It'll nnl.o on laugh,
for ouMl think mo svookv like. How.
omoor. It's ivs true as llopol, and If
wan was ucro uu 11 say so, too.
"'Twaswhen I was running 19 on
tho V. &0. lload which hadn't been
ngoln' moro'n a couplo of years. You
may perhaps Lo ncipinlutt.il with tho
lino. .Shu runs through tho Whlto
Jlotmtaln Notch, nml is built right on
tho b do of tho hills. How tlioy oer
had tho rpuiik to start such a rtnd beats
me, for at first sight it seems next to
hopeless to get around soma of thorn
idiort etincs, to s.iy nothing of tho big
up-grades. N'cxr Crawford's Is that
rp.der-liko Frankenstein trestle, jou'e
heanl so much about, u hero tho traok
spansji chasm eighty feet wide, ami ono
hundrol feet deep. Strong enough, I
mpposo, but It makes a man feel skittish
togoocrlt for tho lirst tlmo. Well,
my good luck Is all owing to that trestle.
Wo lived In Portland then, Nell and I
Sho Is my wife, and wo was as happy as
jould bo. Tho only draw-back was
that every other night I had to tako tho
Into express up to Fabian's and oomo
bank ioxt ilay on tho accommodation.
Noll used to t'o afraid to liavomugo,
particularly iu tho ro.ul was now nml
accidents would happen spltoof all wo
could do. I kept telling her It was safe
enough, nnd the pa was good, so I'd
better stick to in) placo for uwhilo an)
way, tlio-igli, to toll tho truth, 1 didn't
liko tho route, 'twas to aw ful gloomy
llko. No big tow ns togo through, only
now nnd then a little vilhge, and tho)
would be as dark and quiet as n grave
yard, when wo struck 'em nt night
j?uium.erj It wnsn't w bad, but winters
was awful, Well, ono night In January,
when It was my turu to stay lu Portland,
tho Superintendent sent for mo and
"Hob, (hero's a party of director ns
vnnfs to get through tho mountains to
night, and they're going to start about
ten o'clock. I'll have to send a special,
but I haven't an engineer that 1 can
trust. Now, it's ) our night oft", I know,
but if vou'll pull tho throttlo for
tkem fellows, I'll make It all right with
'Well,' says I, 'I'll go. of coursoj
but It's goln" to be a bad night oil the
""That's so, Hob, 83) tho Super,
but I know 1 tan rely on) on, and thorn
lUreotor say thoy mint go through,
"So I t?nt back (o our llttlo cotugo
nd told Nll m bow I'd got to go. Sho
took on Tory queer liko and scorned dis
tressed to iiavo mo away, though sho
nevor actod llko that licfore.
'It's nn nwful night, Hob,' ssvs sho,
can't thoy send some ono clso? I don't
"'Nonsense,' ) 1, 'tho storm
won't hurt me, and I'll bo back ngaln
to-morrow. Tho Super's promised to
do tho squarn thing, and It will como
out all right,'
aho socmen n llttlo reassuron, .wi i
got out my great coal ni.d nitiUlcr, ami
in cm l prenar
iretmrcd to start out.
" 'Well. Ifob,
sirs mv vvlfo 'If jou
must co, why voti must, but,' sho
added, thoughtfully, ami thero was
tho queerest Took pxssed over her faco
'bo careful of that I'nnkcnstcln,
"I scarcely heard what sho ald, but
bidding her good-b)o was soon on my
way to tho round-house. It was a wild
night and no mistake; seoiu to mo I
havo never scon It blow harder or snow
faster. Oneo or twlco I had to turn my
back to tho blast to kocp from blovviii'
over. Well, I was soon on board my
machine, and bicklng Into tho station,
hitched on to two cars which wcro to
make tip tho train. As ten o'clock np
proxched tho directors bcirnn to arrive.
pompous looking men, with plenty of
money nnd feeling all their Imnortnnce.
fellers,' sa)s I to myself, 'feel
their steam pretty well. I don't
tioso thoy d look at an engineer.
"Dan Smith, my liremau, was )n tho
wateh for tho conductor's signal, and
vv hen tho clock strunk ten wo gut tho
sw ing of tho lxntcrn and off wo el tried
"I vr seen some pretty btid nights,
but that ono was JLli worst 1 ewr ro
member. Tho storm to-nlt'lit Is bird
enough, but ft don't begin to blow ns It
did then. Why, every now and then
wo would cet a blast that would nnko
tho vvholo maohlmt tremble, nnd ns thn
country round Portland Is pretty level,
wo took tho full force of the wind. Ah
wo got further Inland, It wasu t so bid,
nnd liv thn Units wo wnr furtv inllna
out, It hail turned lo n uinimor's galo
ami was pouring torrents,
" And now coinos tho singular part
of tho story. Wo had thn right of
way, nnd our dispatcher was to keep
tho whole uii to Vnb)nu's open funis,
my instructions lcln' to stop only nt
North Conway for water. So I gnvo
her tho throttle, and wu bowled along
at a good nito of speed, making, per
haps, thirty or tlilrty-tho miles an
hour. As wo went whistling through
Sobagn Lake station I had a kind of
feeling comu over mo that there w.is
omotlilng wrong. I didn't notiio It nt
first, but every now nml then It would
como back to mu that nil wns not as It
should bo, )utl couldn't think of any
thing thxt wasn't right. I nllors ex
nmlno my mnchlno beforo I start, give
her a good ollin', look well to tho bolts
and parallel rods, try thn lovorj and
such, nnd so I knew vvhon wo lelt Port
laud old MU was lu perfect vvorkln'
trim. Yet tho fcolln' grew on mo un
t lit wns a steady thing. I tried to
shako It off, but 'tvvnn't no uso, I felt
it In my bones that aomethln' wns up.
"Now ou gentlemen will laugh nt
mo for being a fool, nnd I don't blnmo
)er, for wo was a-golii' along all right,
ever) thing from tho water-gaugo to tho
cjllndorswas aworkln'iu good tlmo,
nnd I knew that It was mil) my Imagin
ation, but, to tell tho truth, I began to
fell unenny. 1 had been an engineer
for ton vears, and had been throuirh
somii prtty tough hcrnnes without
bio win fur crnnes, nml tho bovn
snld ns liuiv 1 had a good deal of pluck,
Now I hojitn to losoall confidence.
" 'Hob,' said I to myself, 'this won't
do. You'io gotlln' nervous, and all for
nothlnM 1 ou'vo no business to bo su
perstitious tit )our tlmo of Hfo. , Hraco
"Twan't no use, however. 1 could
hov' stood up In court nml awornthnt
thero wns k'nk (somewhere. Well,
meauwhllo wo was sliding idoug, and
pretty soon reached North Conway,
whoruvvo was to glvo thn machine a
drink. 'Dm,' cays I to my iire
miu, 'theru'i soiuelhln' nut of tho
way with (Ms machine, nnd I don't
know what ICIs.'
" 'What mukes jou think so?' said
" 'I can't toll,' I roplicd. 'sho works
nil right; hut I fool it In my bones.'
" (iiiess)oitrthinkln' of your wife,
returned Dan ' witli n laugh.
Hut whllo wo worogettn'ln tho
water 1 took o lantern nml went round
tho engine. Looked nt every part of
her, rnppod tho bars, knocked tho
wheels, tried ner at evory point, nnd
couldn't lind nothiu'.
"And I trleil to think no mo'o nbout
it, but tho fcifliug was thoro all tho
same, nnd do tho bust I could I wasn't
ablo to throw it off. "Well, wo had pit
n pretty good distance in the mountain,
nml with that light load M'J didn't
mnVu nothiu' of tho up grades.
"Perhaps, gentlemen, jou havo nevor
been through tho hills In winter. It's
somo dlllerent Ironi summer, I can tell
)or. 'I ho mountains loom up dark and
solemn, nnd with their snow-eovored
sides thoy ceein kinder llko big, ghotly
giants Hint havo liecn turned to stone
standing guard over tho vnllo). Tho
silence nnd desolation sorter nwos ono,
and It don't seem right to go sluioking
nnd serenmlng along their sides lu tho
dead o' night. This tlmo It wus worse
than ever. Tho storm had let loo all
tho evil spirits In tho ntr. Tho wind
swept down thoxnllo) with a roar that
could bo heard above tho rush of tho
train. It whistled and veiled at tho
cab windows, and blow 'the rain nnd
sleet so hard ngiu tho winder fromo I
could scnreolv see tho short dManeo lit
b) tho head-light. Tho great trees
rooked to and fro and seemed lo hold
out their nrms in warning It wns a
solemn place for auv one, nnd I felt It
particularly as I had this awful weight
of nnxlot) on my mind that had been
ngrowln' stronger nnd stronger each
"Well, wo had nnsscd HnrtlnttV
goln' through thero nt a prettv good
Jog. whin llko n llnsh of lightning tho
parting words of my wife came back to
mo. 'Ho careful of that Fiankenstoln
" That sot mo to thinkln'. Could this
bo a prosentmont of somo disaster?
Wns there an) thing tho matter with tho
" 'Nonsense, sa) s I, 'I'm a natural
born fool. If an) thing was wrong tho
train two hours ahead would havo found
It out nnd signaled mo at Hartlett's. I'll
think of it mi more, but tend to busi
ness.' "Hut In spito of mo, 'bo careful of tho
Frankonstino trestle.' kopt comln" Into
my head; oven tho wind seemed to
shrlok it. 1 pictured to mj m If n broken
rail nnd tho v awning gulf on each side
What a terriblo accident it would make,
what a frightful chasm In which to
plunge. Then I remembered Nell, nnd
tho queer look that camo over her fnco
wheii sho gave mo that singular cau
tion 'He careful of tho Frankcnstlno
trestle' Wo was a uearln' tho brides.
sure eunuch. On tho up grade 'PJ' w as
making nb ut twenty miles nn hour,
aud lu lo-s than ten minutes ha w'oulit
lo over tho bridge, or 1 caught iry
breath, for nt that moment those warn
ing words Hashed luto my mlud onie
If I'm ever to be cured of sueh
stufl',' says I to mvself, 'now's my
chnnco. What could Nell know about
the bridge? I'll put her across nt full
"A tall Whllo birch that stood on n
spur of tho mountain was tho landmnrk
which showed me that wo was iu-omiIm'
to the straight piece iihioh Jed uctoss
the bridge, I put my hand on the
throttle to open tho valve, when-
"Well, gtntlcmen, I don't supposo
jou'Jlbolicvomc, hut us true as I aj
standln1 here, my wlfo'a toIco stM.
pcrnd In my oar ' not that one. Hob, tte
" It gave mo suoh n start that before
I know what I did I had opened tho
Westlnghoino for all sho was worth
and tho train eamo to a standstill in ions
than two lengths. Not waltln' to an
swer nny questions from Dan, I grabbed
my lantern and rushed up tho track to
tho brldgo nml walked along tho middle
plank until I reached tho othor side,
nml then back ngnin. Not n thing was
out of plice, every rail secure and tho
brldgo wa ns sound ns when first put
"Idlotl" cried I, 'so much for your
foolish nonsenso. This froak will cost
jou jour Job "
"I could seo tho lights; of the con
ductor nnd brnkomau, who had with a
number of ps-sngers como out to seo
what wns thu matter How tho brjs
would laugh, I thought. I should nev
er hear the Inst of it I was sneakln'
bxek to tho cab, when I camo to tho
switch of f. jdiori siding that had bean
Ixld, on which to run grxvel cars It
wnrn't a very long ttnolc, not morn than
it hundred odd feot, and ended within a
couplo of yards of tho precipice. Notic
ing somcthln' peculiar, I held up my
lantern nnd found n largo Iron Hi it hid
Just Mown down nnd fallen agxlnst tho
switch rod, broakin' tho fastening and
throwln' the rolls of tha tnxlu lino Into
" 'I toll you, bov. It mndo my halt
stand on end. In two mlnutos that
whole train xnd them directors would a
gorte off that .-blT. -iiid not a ono would
Iiavo lived to toil about It!'
" 'What's thu low, Hob?' saya the
" 'How enough,' s i)s I. ' look at that
switch. 1 nekon I pulled hor up Just In
'(irent Henvens" nxolnlmod a fat til-
roetorwho was stindlng by. 'Whore
dons that traok load to?'
"'Tu tho other world,' sa)s I, 'nnd
wo camo nlml'hty noar makin' the
" 'Well, jou m vor seo n more grate
ful net of men. '1 hoy made up a purse
of live hundred dollars on thu spot, nnd
when w. got to l-nhjan's thoy tele
grnnhed tho Supor as how I was to stay
wild them during tho oxeurs'on, and I
went to nil the s ghts in Montreal with
'em Just ns though I lind been ono of the
rogulir pirt). Not content with that,
thoy jfvo mo nn elognntgold watch and
ch tin, tho President of tho road, who
happened to bo among 'em, making a
neat spo"o1i. I tell )ou a peep Into the
jxwsof do.ith will put rich nnd pool
men on tho same level, nothing liko It
to tako tho bigness out of them.
'"Well, thobo)S all m.ulo ii Hon ol
mo when I got bnok to Portlnnd, nnd
Nell never seemed so irlnd to seo mo
That night's work was the making ol
mo, for tho Super gave me a good show
and linxllj 1 tot tills Job. I never told
thobojs why 1 stopped tho train, for I
know tliov would laut'li at me. and
don't know ns I told my wife for n long
time. Ono day, however, sho camo to
mo nnd snja.
"Holi.I hud ii uiio-r droam about vott,
tho night of tint nllalrnt the Franken
stein. I dreamed I was on tho engine
vv Hli j on somen hero nnd wo was ngolu'
at ii frightful rate. Way In tho illstanco
I saw what scorned to bo n big gulf.nnd
jou thought b) gottiu good headway
)ou could jump It, I know, of course,
)ou cuiildn , so when you started to
opun tho throttle 1 said. 'Xot that one,
the hntW then I woko up "
"I told her then tho Whole storj', nnd
gentlemen whenever I henr n simlhr
varn, and Pvo henrd a number of 'em,
1 don't tin n uii my tioio nnd snv non
sense! Thoro s moro lu ono's foillncs
than most people think, for, leastwlo,
minding my fmllngs saved mj nock
that night on thu Fronkcnstcin trestle.
Thero comes tho oxnrost; good-night."
KUward 11. drosti, in Motion
Tho Weed Among the Hocrs nml CliN
tobicco of their own which Is of tueh n
detestable odor to clvdied miti that 1
remember during Hie Zulu war wo used
lo tip tho Katllror Afrikander drivers
of mall-carts not to smoke oxcept dur
ing tho lialtA at stagis, and thcnnlwavs
to leeward. It was no uso to oftur
them our superior artiule, for tho
dienilful Di'tclimou scorned It as trash.
Kquallv odious is tho ordinary tobnooo
of tho L'liine. Tho Hoor stuff smells
rank and green and acrid; but thn Ce
lestial hits a heavy, clinging, clogging
odor that suggesta opium (it tile com
positiop. Tho Ninth African leaf when
ready for consumption looks Hko
crumbled 1 ay, with miscellaneous dead
garden-rubbish nml tho sweepings of a
conservatory added. It Is full of twigs
and knots nnd threads of vegutablo mat
ter, nml Is of a general greenish grav
tint. Tho Chinese, on tho other hand,
is curiotisl) soft, ItliftsiipliiNilkv skein'
of evqulsitel) lino hnir-liku strands, nnd
Is of a deep chicory-color, and rosem
blus Homo vegetable llbor H-oped In
bigger) rather thiin tobacco leaf. Tin
Hocr tob uto blows out of tho pipe it
Is so dry nml vagrant, but tho other
pa Is down Into the pipe cloo nnd linn,
and thu low! has to bo 111b d ns lightly
as possible in ordor to obtain any
draught nt all To smoke a plpo of the
former Is to hoorch tho tongue and lu
tjo about all da) with tho taste of Tur
.ey rhubaib In your mouth, to venture
on tho latter is to enjoy n cool, highly
aromitlo plpo, with tint subsequent pen
alty of g ddiuess and nick-headache, as
after a blundering administration of
chloroform. It requires only an ef
fort of the stomach to return tn
Hoor tobacco a second tlmo, t- re
turn to Chinese a second time jou
must turn Chinaman. In singular con
trast to loth these dixagrcuablo herbs is
thu tob leco of tho red Indian, which Is
both light nnd fragrant oven when
thero Is uo tobneio In It. Fur the sav
age can not nlw:i)s obtain tho previous
leaf, ami verj often when hocati, ocon
omy and. It may bo, tasto leads him to
ndulternto It witli various vegct iblo sub
staueis of pleasant tlavor. Tho mo.v
usual Is the Inner b irk of tho red wil
low, which I have helped Navajo In
dians, in tho valley of tho ltlu Virgin,
to prepare in tho follow lug wa) ho
voting withes of tho willow are cut
Into lengths of xliouttwo feet, tho outer
bark Is removed, and tho inner is thou
pooled up in long stilps, ono end being
left adhering to tho withes. 'Ihosoaro
then stuck into the ground round a
charcoal lire, ami kept there till thn
strips of bxrk, hanging down in n
fringe, shrlvul up with thu heat and
curl themselves Into orlsp ringlets
round tho upper ends. When they
seoiu siilllcioiitlv dry thev are crumble'l
up In tho hand Into pieces of theaie ol
ordinary brau. To this, If tlm fhrub
grow sin the Moinlty. thn smoked leaves
of a ipeu!cs of sumach is added which
are simply prepared by toasting fiein
over the cinders nnd thou crumbling
them If, finall), a leaf of lobaooo
bo crushed up nnd mlngld with the
willow anil sumach, a "smoking mm
ii ro" of nn agreeable nronntlo flavor
nnd fragrance nnd of hnimless milduosi
Is obtained. Itissmokcd, to corrntthe
heat, In a long-stemmed pipe, ending lu
a capacious ijllmlrlcal bowl of elav,
which, compared with tho small reed
stemmed opium plpo kind of instru
ment which the Celestial favors, or the
villainously unclean dhudeeen of tht
Hocr, is ns much superior to both ns tht
mixture smoked In ft is superior to
ulthor of the others. SI. James' (la
zelte. Itcmoving tan A wash to rcniovt
tan Is made of sliced cucumbers soako I
in milk, applied nlghtl) to tho hand!
ami face and left to dry on. JVie Uouit
Mr. John Onhorna, Musical Itaraar, To
ronto, Camda, writts that his wife was
cured of rheumatism by tlm groat pain,
banlslter, Pt Jacobs Oil; that ha has found
It an Invaluable rmly fonniny allmantj.
" Isx'r It Insular," said a vWtor Raxing
nt Niainra Falls, "that IhalUtl molsturn
thtt arises from that vast cataract should
bs. mlstV'-X r. Oraphle
A Total Kcllpta
of all other mdl-lnes by llr. 1U V. riereo's
" (lolilrn Medical Ulecorery" la approarh
lag. Unrlralad In bilious dliordrrs, Im
pure blood, anil consumption, which is
icro.'ulout itlteaio of the lungs.
"Junes, sol herl" said Bamho, as
Julius was contemplating a fnt pullet by
moonlight. J.outtcille L'ourttr-Journal.
I? a latter from Hot. Una. I'Enr, Cattle
Ore, f.lmsrlcU, Ireland, llaowx'a Ilnow
eni, i.Tnouiusarothtisraforredtos "liar
lug tirouglit your ' Ilronchlal Troches' vrlth
In, whn I came to reslila here, I found
lhat aftar I hail glrn them away to those
1 considered required them, tho poor peo
ple will waU for mllea to Rut a faw." Hor
boughs, Colds, mid Throat IHinases they
bavo no equal. Sold only In loxti.
IIoitox Rlrls nerer Rlccle. They merely
expriss their delight by a dreamy, far
aw a; north-pole mlle.ffroff J'ost.
(let the (IrlRlnal.
I)r. Plrfrce'a " Pellta"-theorlBlnal "Lit
tle Mver nils" (sUKar-coatl) euro sick
nml bilious headache, sour stomach, and
bilious attacks. Ily druggist.
MATCnrs are now low, Imt It teems a
J'ltv to trlke them vshon they aro down.
I nVB t'sm Hly'a Cream Tlalm for dry
Catarrh (lo wbleb evory ISaslorn person is
suhjnet who comas to Ilvo in n hlRh nlti
tude). Itlw. promt nrtiro Inmycats. 11.
V. M. Wmks, bonror, Col.
KvrnT iloR that has n bsrk ahoul l bi
lauiiclimt ' Into eternity." (louverntur
Yoe.to men or mid Us nt-cd one, auffer
Ins iroiit nerrnus dehilltr and kiiidred
wsaVtienv, nhmilil anml three stamps fnr
Part VII of World's Ulqwnsary Dimo
Bti of liooks. Adilress Wont.n's Iliseiti
sajit JteniCAL Associatioi, IluITalo, N.Y
The man wnovrasklcSieitnut of asensl lo
report wnt cnueht by tho under toe. -.Var-a
I iiavb taken 8w Ift'a HrIle (8.K.H.) for
IthetimatUm, nnd found jierfect rellof. It
is the txst tonic and Dlood ltcmedy known
to science. D. I'. IllI.U
Attorney at Inw, Atlauta, Q.t.
Out Wt whon a lisar qota Into a hos
pen there Is trouble bruin for the pigs.
Copiwat, (1a. Dr. A.J. Land) says: "1
nevor met with n romedy that BnTO moro
sstlsfaotion in onset n( debility and pros
tration than llrow n's Iron Hitters."
Nrvrn Judza by nppearaneos. A shabby
ol I mat nny contain an editor. JViffa
Havino ussn niy's Crenm Ilslm for Cn
tnrrh nnd Cold in tho Hend, I am satisfied
that It la n fl-ntrate proparatlon and would
recommend It to nny one alTocted. R. VV.
CnccVEn Editor Herald Clinton Wis.
A i.axd-slidb It n portion of land tlldln
down n mountain. A lnnd tcape it lomo
thit cot away. J'reUtl'M IIVcAfy.
OwrtTOX, Ky.-Het. J. IV. iValdrop
n)f "Ilrown'i Iron nittera preatly r
lluvc.1 mo of general debility and Indiges
Con.n the pitcher of a bise-ball team le
spoken nf as "pontr behind tho thruwnf"
A Tr.UK assistant to nituro In rottnrlng
the tystom to perfect health, thus enabling
it to resist dlsoato, it llrown'a Iron Hitters.
Don't Dlo In the House. " Housfh on Hnts,"
clours out rat8,inlco,tllci,ronchcs,tiod-buiri. 15c.
1 10,000 woui.n not purchase from me what
Hwllt's Hpecltlo (H. H. H.) hnsefTectedln my
case. It has cure 1 ino of Malarial Hheuma-
tUm. Ancilis Thomas, rlprlnzfleld, Teun.
Wells' "Ilougli on Cornt." l.V. Atk for It.
Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions.
It It a cold day when tho Ice It not loft.
Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney nnd Mad-ilcrComplalnt,curcdby"lhu-hu-rnlba."$l.
A xod thing In Imnneis A doxing vrom
nn In ihurch. .V. Y. Journal.
Bklnny Men. " Wells' Heulth ltenow er"
rostoret health nnd vigor, euros Ilyspoptia.
rtrnniin's Ituttla balvp, best family (aire tn
tho world, and excellent for ttublo use. SScts
All recommend Wise's Axle Great.
11(1 MU1 WISH TO UUV A J'INK
Silver I'lated CASTrn,
tills er l'lated Hurrzii Disn,
filvcr Hated Knui:,
Hilver l'lated Ice 1'iTCilEn,
Kllver l'lated Cur,
Kilver l'lated OoBLrT,
Hilver Tinted Caki hTAXD,
Kllver l'lated llKllliv lluwf,,
Wher Hated iKASETf
If o, It will pay you to send six CKXT8 for
postage for the magnitlccntly illuttratcd
eatnlogtia of tho
MKP.MOI1 k JACCA11D JHWELUY CO.,
rourth nnd Locust Ku., 8t. Iml, Mo.,
nd learn at whit low prlcit they tell tho
beautiful goods tl ere illustratud.
' tn in Af. .oiifs call and tee u.
Tin: :m:uh, .mahkkis.
. KANSAS CITV. Ocl, SI, 1
CATTLi: Shipping Hlcs-rt ?4 ttl i
Nuihoilelfirt a (U &
Native I'nwi 3 m & ,
lllltchnrM, HtfMtra a lit CA '.
HOClSflmxi to choice heavy
VVHUAT-.Su. 1 ....
lti: No S .
rioilll Knnc), icrtiick .
IIAV I'nr lots, lirliht
CIII'.liMl Kansas, new
laillS-ChoIco . ...
VV(MH. Vllfoourt, uuwimhnl ,
v. i.i; Khinninir iiecr
rs' HIM rt . .
niiii-t iiiKHi to cnoico
HlllllU'-i'iilr lo choice ...
VI.()trit-.V.V to choice ..
(lTS-No S . .
HVr-No. S . .
10 UK ..
Millum ni w leaf
1I(IS-(1X). to choice
hllKKI'-Valr lo choice
KLOITII Common lo choice
VVHKAT-No. 2 red
No. S t-erliiff
ore-o s ...
H(l(lS-(lood In i bolco
FIllTII flrail toiholce
VV Hl'.AT-No rtxl
uVTS Western mltwl
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica
Lamktio, Bwktrhe, llttJwht, ToetKttke,
Sere Ikroat, (IwelHnt, HprelDi, Hrnltet,
llurvt, ld. rt-uat llllet,
And All Olhr HOUU.T PAIHS and ACIIZ8.
BoJ4 bj UrucirtM aM P4Urt tr?tsr, DfijCtnti
kbottla. tnrflo,l llbinuik
THU CHAML.EH A. VOUkl.Ktt CXI ,
frawmsrt It A.T?mH co.1 WM,M.,7.t,A,
! GERMan reM0Y
Kllet, roaehct, entt, t' 1ms t-ats, niNv.
crowj, cleared out by "Hough onlUt.'TLX
Wisk's Axle Qrease never gums.
Urirs, Jane VfX
rasKTf nemtAK, r'etkef iheAmertctnDutrirt
TeKxrrha,firi - Ilttlns htl oornlon to im a
UKdklnii for kl4nr troakUi with a Ume luck, twi
reeommeaM bj one tt ear Uilea trtijxlu tn m
llaat'ttltmedr, hbat teM a eml en) of Ills
nuiirof ear Utttns funlllit h-mwlib great accttt
tor tldarr. Ilrtr ami erlatrr IronblM I pnrchited
tome, tad hart naljr btti Ihrre boltlet. It hit eumi
me, iM I tin tmtr recoramead llunt't ncmedr 'o tof
oat In teed of tt I'll nvdlttoe for Ihtte eempUloU"
taeomrltaaeevlihroarmiantl teal yoaaiute.
rmnlcfmrcj. lwlll write roalthadonllpur
poif. llratloltitnkroaforihtsrett amouat of good
rour medlcloe, ' Ilunf nrnmlr "hu dona tnc aad
eeondlr, wlih the Iwreihttrnr rfcotrrr wtn lodoea
toros tattrrt t lo do aildld. "e" Iho arrttipecieo
otMenrL- roraearlr a bole jut I wt an la
vtlld. nMoloKOontottbehoav, and a great part
of iliallRvimanne4lotnrbel allrlng,serloaaab
Jectof INirrwitdrra.tfolof alldli-iK-a. tldorreom.
p lnt From the long anlta ring t breame weak from
theloMorr-rntth. Iiht lark of tlutllr, aad rerr
Mtiih rednord lb rlrih. Alllhla time I was taking
Tarlont inedletara, and under Ihe eara of oar family
doctor and not nv Itlng a particle of help. Ihadtl
moitdrapalredofgrtilngwrilwhenmr atlfntloa was
calledtolt alalkDiRlrbraboanlrrlatnrfamll. I
eommenoed taking It (naknowa to Ida doctor) with
but little hopea of nllrf Thu non Vlltf w aeon dli
polled, hoveter. a( 1 dally began to Improre X frin
tlnoed I be nie of Iloni'j llcraed)', (and to make a long
atorrahort),narleltblboitlesdlapenaedl h tht doc
tor, tad lo tbeaorprtae of all wbolnrvme, andtnf
own great aallirtctlon. became ti well taerer. AH
ptlnt and achet Tanlihrd, tppetlta rrtnmed, caln'd
ttirngth and neih, and to-dajr conildtr rartclf at well
as erer. and onlr too glad to place ray teatlmony with
from a tick bed I will know, aad manr people wbo
knowof my condition pronounce my cure altnott ml
raenlnsa I am happy to aayl ara enjoying eicrll'lit
heaiin. Ibtaka to your tajuahlo medicine, Huntl
llnnrdy Mat L VV ( Liar.
tin lltla Stmt.
luarrotn, Cots.. May SI. im
CatarrH elts cream balh
"P I Vf'Ci
when applied by
tho Ilnitcr Into tho
noatrlls. wilt ho al.
rioansinir ino ncail
of rntnrrhal slrua.
tatiainir healthy rc
crrtioim. it allnia
Inllnmmt't in, pr j
tccts tho membrano
of tho iiruwl in
a res from addition
lieala thu sores nnd
restores taate nnd
rntlnns rcllovo. A
."I axf.w - .'"rvu''. irc.urnrii
Hend for circular. Trice M cents by mall or at
dru.TKlsta.Uy HmthcrsDruififl ts,0TCffo J.Y.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Smitli's Tonic Syrup
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AHD ALL MALARIAL DISEASE3.
The proprietor of this celebrstei medicine
Justly claims for it a taporlorlfoTer all rec
edict ever offerol to the publie'for tht SAFE,
CERTAIN, SPEED and PEKSIANENT cure
of Acqs and Fever, or Chilli and Fever, wheth
er of short or long ttatdlnff. He refers to the
entire Western and Boathern country to hear
him teitlmony to the truth of the assertion
that In no ease whatever will It fail to cure If
the directions are strictly folio wod and carried
out. In a peat many cases a tingle dote has
been luf&clent for a cure, and whole families
have beencored by atlnglobottle, with aper
ftct restoration of the general health. It it,
however, prudent, and in every case more cer
tain to cure, It Its use li continued In imaller
doiot for a week or two after the dlieaie has
been checked, mora especially In difficult and
long-standing cases. Usually thlt medicine
will not require any aid to keep the bowelt In
good order. Should the patient, however, o
quire a cathartic medicine, after tavlnfr tak.n
three or four doiet of the Tonlo. a tingle dote
of BULL'S VEOETABLE FAMILY PILLS
will be infflclent.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
The Popular Remedies of the Day.
Principal Ofllce. 8St Main St.. WUISTILI.r. KT.
! Ur Ci..! p.ri-i lfff J kit ItAM.
h) I J itit. WirrsiiU ytui. ilUlwul.Te
Ftef frt hook a 4drta
JONES Kf BINCHAMTON,
miClUXTOJ. (. T,
PEOPLE WHO HAVE USED
SEA WEED TONIC,
Go and seo any ono whoso name ts men
tlonod hero, and courlnco yourself that
CAN &E CURED.
A full history of thero and many other
cases Is trlrcn lu
DR. SCHENCK'S BOOK
which wo will send yoa free, pott-paid, on
application. Address Dr. J II. Schonck 1
Eon, rhlladclohla, Pa. This book also gives
a full description of Consumption, Liver
Complaint and Dyspepsia, In all tholrsarlous
forms. It Is published In Hiijllsh and Ger
man. Stato which you want.
Don. DANIEL F BE AT V. of Washing,
tou, N J., writes, Juno 3, lUUJt
"Mr Jdaspti FoiMl, a e nUemta la mr emptor, wat
afflicted with what waaau poar.t lo bo lAioauuiploa I
roitil-nto itaerour I'uluiialoSrap, Ba eedTonto
Mod MaQilrak. rl la. and 1 caa unw aiatethat h. hat
lieea atia to reiorn tn lila oillea duilea, X that hta
health Is better tban It htalMta for ytara
J. O. ELLIOTT, of niachamton, N. Y
"I waatoMbf mr rnatrlaa that I ha4 Conaump
Van. and I pf Here wralf that I had, and (bat the um
orjroar Mrdlcmea cured me.
MUa AnnloW ItlTTENnOUSE. of 041
Kurts Htreet, Philadelphia, wrttot, July
' I N-lle a your treatment aad MMteloft tared my
1!fe. . 1 wu tutd bj a tcral phralclans of tola etijr that
A. srtELLT, of the firm of Bmlth &
Hhelly. Dry Uo3da Mrchtntt, Orata
la now In rerfect health, aad la aellro bualoeaa Rer
rral Tearaairii bfl warnnaldrrrtaa Infnrmble wlthLon.
auinptlou.br hla ptijaictaoa. ll aara.taaletter to I)r
BchtDch. Oct. 3,ih US I had all th armpioma o(
Coaaumplloncoush ntcht aw. ata. an t atfsrr. pata la
Br lunira. t hire aJ.KM man others tn uao rour
rdlcloea. and raa tell of ajtne wondrrrul rurra i o tnuae
who mar bo IntenalfrL J belle r. tltai your Mrdtclntt
wtu curt Coaaumptluo, ttea la lit aji aoccd t ica."
STu eared af CnaomttoB, la Ita wont form, br Tr
Echenck a H-dlrtnt ,urrr twenty yi-ara aipj Ilia alaia.
mcntlaptiUUhe.ltaur Sctienf a a book on C nanmp
lion. Ibfcrrlnvti which, laa I ttrrtoltr Schenrlc
dated rrh. Mh l0, tia aara ' Tin forrrolttj itlrr
waa written lo l)r Sehro. k manr rears ao lean
oolr aar lhatmr Inatt wrro thru perfectly rnredt I
hava had bo return of hemorrhait or.lanj dltucullj
A FOBTKIt, of l'utnam. Conn ,
Wrltea April istb, its I, that hiaaoatatcuredotCoa
aaaipiloa bj IV uia of 1" Schruck a Mtdlclaca.
Dr Kchenek'trulraoaleSrrupearfdtntof a eonh
with whkh I was aOloted for ovrr tarca months
JULIUa WBRUELM, Bay City, Mich.
Bar JOSEPH !J I. A.M E,Iattor of Elcht
eonth HtroJt M ). Ohurch, 1'hUa,, aayat
' I wat a (Tea- autre re r from Prtpeptla. Pronchlal
arlettona, andlNltUM. t-uotr.andwMao tlrkthal
1 thouahl I aliould Im compelled to miV lip pcrachlntf
lr, Schcack t remedies reatored ma to perfect Health
A. W. WniTB. Proprietor of tha "Whlto
Uouie,"X'aktD, UL, writes. Not.31,'7UI
tnrwlft htdConauDiptfna. tadihat ah.eoutlnothtt
entllaprlDt hoonatter atrUnd who lived la Ilaytoa.
Ohio, loatated oa hrr t-tviotrour Medlciaea a (air trial
Uhedli) an, and, thank tloU. br their UMhcrllfawu
taved. tht It uon taihtly wtll"
During the years 18B0 and 1831, FHED.
EHlOiv. TbULL, of Uudson, Matt.,
Itt hla mother aad brother br Coaaomptloa. and
shortly after wat atiackrd with lha dlaeai. hlmaair
H.aoppoitdthaithertwaaao bope.ta hehadalwaya
been told by pby aidant that Conaumptloa waa lacura
Im. At ha rrew worae. havlaa: all th. trmptoma of a
eoatnned cm, ht waa tpdortd to try llr Kcbeack'a
rernedtea they aaved hta life, aad h. la now writ and
Pi,.afeaaa??,?,C,,' " l9t teB
GEO O nBDBfr, Agent of the "WWla
Line rransport Ion Co.," at Albany,
Tfrf I ihtt t-t daokti-er sVfn.PV 'SC'V:?
bihrv-eoflV h iri Uns ofthat hy. She wat
riatored lo perfert headli by Wwiactft "J1!" ft
all booth the dlaeaat la heradltary la tier nwihirt
Ex-Lleut -Oor. DBWJAKIW DOOQ-
LArJU, of Mlddletown, Conn.,
s' Vi, h v h. ijm ' I hatenW IT ScheneVt
JIMk-tiwa la my family fur many yeara. 1 ,kno,of
trmaewho harihaea cor d ol very a-rlona lna J dla
eaaebyttaelrnae." MHB. BOrniA M. LAWBON.
TrhollrraatKo SJAasftree , ytwbor K T, wta
Irk wHh Oon.ntiPtloB for orrr two Jrjrs. ..?!
emlbylir fMrieoek Medlelnea la IKS, talhaahad
food health ever tlnce.
Mr II T Kelaon, of Cedar ralla. low;, waa atlaekel
wtih aevere hWdinii from tin- longa. II waa cored br
Dr. schenera Mertiolne a. an I haa never had aay rctora
TIIOUAS DTtAl'EIt. Proprietor of the
Brooklyn House, on Oth Are .between
USth and 20th Btroota, Brooklyn, N. V
After mla manyremedlea. tad apendtas tome time
la the South for hit If-alin. waa eared of a he onoon.d
eaaaol Coaanmptl'Ml lr lr grhenrk l iMedlelnet Set
hla Inter lo Vr a henrk on pair-o l'r ScKneki
ll-.ik on Conaumptloa. Thlt houk la tent free to a!
U74 Main Uiroat, Bprlngtlold, Mass.,
STai afflicted with C laaumptlo", wre ima-loaa pi
appetite, treat weakaeaa C y bektf Cvuth. Distil
aweaia. and bfedimj from thi lunja 8ha wat pro
nounced loeoraiMt by many doctor., she aatti It
one week after I lao to oe llr hehene k'a ledlclnei
myatthtawealaa opped, andlnrappellieberantolm
prove I commenced loua the aledlctnea la Marrhi
InJ.ly I waaniitteairon2 and Intwo monthamoni I
waawelL and I have haiTgood health everalnee "
00 andare. her Ifpnaaihe Bee a f o'J aocouat of hei
ca mi Or Schenck a book pa;. IS.
MnS. J. D, OOODWIN, of Canaseraga,
Alloghony Co , N. Y ,
Write. Nor tih, last. Ihatahhaabeen cored of.Con
imixlon l.y l)r m-henck a Mrdleinea. see herletlei
on page I of l)r Scoeaek a tlouk on Conaamptlon.
Tho IlEV. STEPHEN nOESB, Mlttlon.
arr far American Baptist Publication
uoelety at Maiden Bock, Wis ,
Says that hia wlfo waa entlrrly corcl br th ote of Pr
Kchrnck a XMIrtne. II haa alao naedlhe I'uliminlt
Syrnp hlmaelf Hh Kre.t beneflt f .r hoaneneaa ol
minuter.' aoni throat. lor further lalorinatloa ad
drctt htm tt Jtaidtn Hock, wla.
W. D DUyCKINCK, Etri . srhote place
of business la at No. 707 Broadway,
How York City,
Baya " Twelve yeara apt my phyalclaa left my wife tc
die bntihaakatoyonr ureal m'dlclaca, thellvetto
day a rconumeat to their efikacy.
W W. VAN ANTWERP, Editor of tht
"Dally Patriot." Jaokton, Mich.,
lirporta that hla aon waa eared of Conkeatlon of th
I unit, afier t M family phy aletaa had stvea hlra up, b
tht uae of llr scheacka St-JKrlnea.
HAnLEY P. IIOPKINB, of ProTldonco,
WrttfttoDr ftehrwlc, Mut lth, 1V1i IhTebr
furfUof whitthr- of ih- 6f phydlcUni of ttil dtj
toldmQ wConumptIono( in I.unct, by th. iw I
your nwdklne M II ipiln. cue1 vrry Intrrest
Inv ons,ani wt ftikjrun luretvl hti full ttrirnnt Id
I.r Brhpack Hoot iie3i. Mr llopkltu retMcaat
hott llawrM Hnr.
Mr H I.Lvlilk IniI-t, Ko 291 Mtn SU.rroTt
dene. Mrs, rrferrlnct llr llopktni & 'He vi
cuMMml a coninmptlTf In I be Utt Ifttof tltrtli
fMeby bit phrvicUni nd frlftwS. nd I hcllrTflth!
Mf ivs.Trr U catlrcty due to the uie ut Dr.ScbeaU, f
WhfntboT)rftwMml',tConTi('rtT11 Ind , Mr
Fnford CnldtrrH u ilrnfuM Tho cxfttntnlniti-hr
lLlniv re J"ctl him, jlti(ttht ono nf h1 lunr f
pstnUllT Ronrt with uoiumpHon Mr Orildvril wit,
loonirtTthliaJrliMtotiH I)r rVticncVi MMlcinrv,
brJohnS Ilrnioa,wnonair Urn In Infllnpolli,Int
rroTnih'triitflhs'enilrflr recoTrrrtl hlilifMih Mr.
UlUwIi.droM it, t Conner-til It urn I know of
tho have rjuc, q1 caa ccrttf' to ths truth of tht
J. McOOrelQAIf, of the Empire Houso,
Akron, O ,
Etyit MMy mother wintered from a ConinmpUre't
crro b the tue of l'r t.cbuck i Mcdlcl&e.
DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES :
ond PULMONIC SYRUP
Are told hy all Brunrltts, nnd full directions
for tholr uso aro printed on tho wrappers of
la chronia drtres.
la and liver com
plaint, aad In throato
otucr oMttnato an
Stomach Dlttcrt ia
txyond all comparl
f, aou tli lit remedy
Shr trvngth and vital
a crgy of peraona
v are aloklnz un
C r lha debllltatlni
I. ronfeaaedly ua
STOMACH rtcg;V'","1" "
I Ik - iOK5&
I hire known and watched the nae of Swift ftntcttt
for orrr flfiy jf am. and hare never known or hiard A
a failure turure Htooa ToUon when prunerlf taken
In alt mjr life I have never known a remedr that would
10 fully aecoDMUh what tt U remmmendrtl to do
llla. UFNKAUU. 1'cnr. O
vT have aolJ Swlfi'aFpecTflo (888) with moit
attonlihlatrretulti One kmlemin who u(u half a
dozen botilei larathat U hti done him more jtood
than treatment which rott him $l OU. Another who
h ward it for a Scrofuloui aflcciloa rrpcrta a perma
nrnt cure from lu ue
VAN SUAACK, STKVKVSOM A CO , CMCftffO.
51,000 REWARD !
STIIlbcpatdlnanyChrmlatwhn will nnd. on analratt
nf liub.ttlea 8 H H one particle of Mercury, lodlda
1'oUailum, or any mineral anhatanre
THE BIVIKT SI'KCiriC CO ,
UrtwerS, Atlanta. Oa.
Our trrallie on Blood tad SUa Dlacttct milled tree
and r hm! at .tr a.lllnr iMeM Ctly
bampl n itfcl t rr Addittf Stnrcn
APPllTpmake money aelilnj- onr Family Medl
11 llr It I Arlnea no capital rinlrrd. TaKliABC
nUL.ll lOcoaaCo. lun-iarlbi . Xaw Vott
A SION-rilHndKOS.nl forth cellvo
Younr Mrn or Ltdtoa. In each county, Ad
dnaap W ZlilULtit 4 CO , tblcaio, UL
flood l'nr forAi f nti VlfMHoaSOO i.fr
mo. mada cU1ha our Onr llonka ts IIIMp.
Mrltotutl, V. Mel urtly M la., tit. IuiiU. Mo,
fit return vuitr fall PmHtiu
linlTB tr TAIlllPraVkliaiil nf
DnuCuuiDtf koouir Aiu,u..i..ti,a
Shall Wo Let tho Child Dlo?
A hard-hearted political txonomist, lookintj at a pale and puny child
feebly gasping as it lies upon a pillow, says that the child might as u ell
die. It is so weak and poor that its life will never be u orth much anyhow.
There are already a good many people in the world vho ar of not much
account anyhow. And what's the use of adding to their number another
weakling, who has but slender chance of ever amounting to anything?
Now ask lhat child's mother what she thinks about letting the child
die. About this time the hard political economist had better get out of
the way. "Let my child die? NolNolAs long as there it a remedy to
be found that will save lhat child, the child shall not diet fit spend my last
dollar to save the child f Well, try a bottle of Brown's Ikon B'TTnus
on that child. Sec the poor little fellow pick up strength. He revives.
I Ie will live. Hosts of other children have been brought almost from death
t f la n't I til 1 a As. l-aa ll '. T. Tl.af F... 1 a.
tu .n..uuijf nn; uy muima nun imicra.
It la a well known laet that raoit nf th.
I llorit ind UttL Powder aosd la lata coun
3 try la wortl.lt m that Sheridan I Condi
I lion Fowder la ahaolbttljr port and terr
Irtlmbrf. Wollilnc on lUirth will
linakei lien. lay llko rllierlilan'a
ia.ii,iiiiiiuii a-owuer, iw... one traipooolut lo
I Tl''T. m. V" " r'.r,!rJ
I u. ... pncotiwiD7ni.il, nw. urcolLs
Tho fact is noil iindnrstood
Hint tho 311 XI CAN MUS
TANG L1M3IENT is by far
tho best oxlcriml knoitn fur
man or beast. Tlio reason
tiliy becomes nn "op on
secret" .then wo explain Hint
"Mustang" iienolrnfe'j skin,
flesh nml musclo to tho Aery
bono, remoIiifr nil dlsenso
ami soreness, ao other lini
ment doe3 this, lionco nono
other is so largely usoil or
does such worlds or good.
Advertising Olieate 1 1 1
It has become so commpn to write tho
beginning of nn article, In on elegant, Inter
estta ruoiincr, , ,
"Hicn run It Into somo tvlrerUscmcnt
that w-d avoid all such,
" And simply call attention to tho ryriw
of Hop Bitters In as plain, honest terms as
" To !n-lnc pooplo , . , .
"Togls-o them ono trial, nnlcli so proves
tttclr rnluo that they will never uso an) tiling
"TiinllF.Mi.Dr to favorably noticed In
all the papers,
" Itcflglous and secular, Is
" llaving a largo alo, and U snrplantinB
tU other rnctllclncs. .
"TliereUnotlen)lnR tho slrtues of the
Hop plant, and tho proprietors of Hop Bit
ters lme shown great shrewdness
"And ability i t .
" In compounding n mcdlctno wnoso vir
tues aro so palpable to every ono's obena
tlou." Did Sho DioP
" bho lingered and suffered along, pining
awnv all tho tlmo for ) cars,"
" The doctors doing her no good',"
" And at list was cured by this Hop Bit
ters tho iiapcrs say so much about"
"Indeed I Indeed I" . ,
" How Uiankful wo should bo for thai
A Daughter's Misery.
" r.lcon jcars our daughter suffered on a
bed of misery,
" From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble anil 'cnous debility,
Under tho cato of tho best ph)slclan.s,
" Who gao her disease arlous names,
"But no relief,
"And now sho Is restored to ns InBooa
health by as slniplo a remedy as Hop Bitters,
that uo find Shunned for)cars beforo using
it." Tun I'aiiests.
Father Is Getting WelL
" now niTuM Utter father lathee he need JIopDlt'
Itelapttlnawrntfter hit lone tnffcrlnt; from a
"Ant we ire ao lad that ha used ycur Dlttcrt.
-A Ladt or Unti. h
ISIrel Ilartel.. lo or It liore '
w.bat. Jnat recr. ed a loi of the St.nlel.ardt
Jlreeeli Inalrta, and offer them at tbo'eprtre,
lth.romrl"iea tot re lord nj Imp amenta. toaa
tlty limited rery t;un warrat el. and a-nt C.O I),
with pilvllets ot eaanalnatlort nnd trial.
E. E. MENCES &. CO.
Direct Importers ot Guns and Gun Goods,
131.123 !7at riftb Street,
Illnairaled Cataloroa Free. Kamai City. He,
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED I
Curet Comuraptlon. Colli, Pneumonia, Inducnzi,
BroncMtl OlSlculllet, Bronchlhi, Hoarteneti,
Asthma, Croup, Whooplnj Ccuj.i, ind all Diteaset ol
the Breathing Orgtrs. Ittoolhet an.d heals the Mem.
brant ol the Lunyi, Inflamed and polstned br ll.s
dlteait, and preventi the night tweatt and tight
ness scroti the cheit which accompany IL COH
SUMPTIONIsnotanlncurtblemaUd. HALL'S BAL.
SAM will cure rou, tren though prolenlonalald falls.
I atat tiahe.1. INT Incorporated,
IWa I-orlheCureof neer.,
Tumor. Ulerr. MciMtCiilM
.nrf ft.iM tit....... wlllimK till
oaoot knlfeorLotor IlLoun, and Utile rain. For
tartTaaarina, citcrLaaa ikd arrtaaxcxa, tddreai
Bit. r. U. l'ON D, Anro- Kuae Co., 111.
DR. HORNE'S BbuCTRIO BELT
-HKJ Corel NerrmuneM, HheumAt Urn, 1 r
a-7rBwQitj7--.w-JB' nurmii rsciiurn, mu
'JvUvJWC HtUyDyiipiiConuipfcUon. i-ry.
XWlrirlMr mtui Mif-tv-tlPm fbrotirh th bntir, an1 cu In
D.T.W, J. IX0imE,UTator,I8l VljhlT Oiico,in.
yj rS a-taw afietl lualAHtlfla l! ih.iunrla tYtt
S25 Every Day
Cn b mmif md with our
Woll Augors & Drills
Oa man and on bona requlrrwl Wi
r th only nkr of th llffln Well
lorinff nd BocK-UnUlDc ilchln.
V7antaattl lha IUt mm Farlkt
Uttnr ofooreuitosra matkafrom BOtallOa Amr
Book mud, drculin mEB. Addrt,
LOOMIS & NtMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO.
AGEHTS WANTED STjr3?",?,&
line junrnnic rrrr inrrniru 111 itnii ptur r
tr mlnutrt. It will Uo knit a great i arlctr ut fancy
'rorlcforwhl hthrrrd alwaya a rradjr ma i tret, hrnd
fir circular andtrrma to thfl 'JHvoiulily Knltttni
Macblne Co., 10 Trcmont hirer U lion on, lwa.
Fine New Organs J
S- M. ' Wk- I
MITI BEARD CLI1IK
I ItM M tn, ! U-4 MSte to 1 '
I M itwfc Kh . I aaal h4.
,RMaa rta (Ml tt tm ',
M,.(.Hhi t.i.UmnHAiO.,iifBUi-aUUa. 111.
a tan aiaa, fn a77aka aft - - ul 1
II I in Wlmleaale and retail Rend fr price Fat.
MfiH pool. aert t O ll SiKa m.d lo order
llfllll h. IIL'UMIAM. 7 1 Bute Street. Chlcaeo.
OPIUnt "''"'IIIISItY If AHITH cured
SIISJIBl tthoiiie without pain II okofiar
lieu an tent free, ll U oollii,I I) Atlanta.ua.
Yfllinp' Mnn IrarnTiLtoairiirVrunt
I UUIIg rOlUIl wewlllalro rouaalloatlon.
Circa tart free ALtNTINhlUloa , iaucarll c.Wla.
xour aruggist Sells It.
E HENS LAY
each pint of foud It. ill .1. ...., ..r.
J'" "!'?" c w iinf5
"' In lUtapa. Alao rurnUhed In Una ... rue
tant MIBr. I 8 J0IIN8OK A. CO . itrn m.'. :
;n la'"W euro for l'llea.
rrlco 01, from druntaia, or
aenttmaldhr malt hamptea
A'. Ai ASAKlJilH,"
Makeia, Dossil., J.cwynrk
"THE BE8T IS THE CHEAPEST."
" .riL' pfct'ona and purp.i-p.3 rll. for rm r.mphlet
aud nteea to lha Aalunui i. Tajlor Co. , tlaaaCld, Uhia
HO PATENT, HO PAT I
It. 8 4A. I.AChV.l.t.nt
Tall ln.tmct.on. tad II.ffl'islSKii.,ia. freS;
CmiKrllaaoienortvroof Dr Chaae'i
ramlir Th jaleian tn anr town Trrlu Trrrai
, n.iii.iu.1l,U AOhATD
Aftlft A unv
MOSiTII. Atenta Wanted. o heit
tP&UU Addrvaa JAY llltOhSO.V. UitjuTit. Mick
X. Jnll a l.ltivaHl le.lalb. ....! I a . ,ut a tt a
C70,A yEEK. tia a day at liomo easily made.
4)1 IjCQrtlruuUt free. AdqrcMTru.iiUo.Aufru,Mft
ls.Li.uaaaC. t.jN iiik Ji.litl.
5tirnl!ri,llV,",rF"'n,l,")uri Free lo poor
ptSI. VU..S ! KaC.a.p4Ani)bl.,t.LouiaVlo.
t SATPtri- ....
A.N.K.-D. . 0.010
wwicsr ir-BTjro roHJijcKrrlitrair
j.lra. ny y.u .w Ja trarflf atHaM
Sta ffjla paijiarY '
A. P. OOIYHOOXTz7
Va A fBo ,
VlMllat 1. T.
n Kit on lcttal'lo Villi, ut m rlcsnmlo'i
trandt. llanifo in I'lytir'a irik, 11 mile,
trctt of Vlnlta, I. T.
XV. C. I'ATTON sk CO.,
Vlnlln, I. T.
Pmtiolh crop In tho left car
rforscl tratirlcl tamo nn Ilia left hip.
ffanoe- Keck Crock.
Vlnlta, I. T.
Orcrbll In the left ear, crop ami orerblt fi
Tlnnot Hock Cn-ck.
.T. XI. otxxtxT
I C on left hip or tide ami aldle ttlrrrjp ot
rlxht'ilo or hl.
lUitRC Un C tn 1 1 rck
G. "VV. GI1131GN,
llnltit, I. T.
Crop off It ft ear and rrop and split In rifht ean
llanet Near Vlnlta, 1 T.
j. a. jroniijaxviv,
Oottula, I. T.
tlndnrlilt In left car. orerblt In right
ltnnqe Eight nillca north of Cltrcmoro.
Vlnlta, I. T.
Underblt In each car Ilnrto brand rarae at ot
fciiije-Iletpreien Cabin and rryor'a Creeks
XJ. YV. ItXDXlt,
Pryor'a Creek, I. T.
Crop and split In left ear, trralloir forkln right
IliW'jc rryor"a Creek.
J. V. OTIIOaiX'HON,
Vlnlta, I. T.
gndcr half crop on left ear and tpllt In right
W. O. CILVIVIXHaTKiHy,
Vlnlta, I. T.
Overa!oio In left car.
Tryor'a Creek, I, T
Swallow fork and underblt tn right ear) na
ilcrtlt'ie In li ft. .'anoe Prjror e Creek.
Vlnlta, I. T.
TTndertlope tn each ear. llangt Prror'a Creek,
M mllet tontb of Vln tt. noar !., K. & T. It. 11
llnml llrn,ll j.rt N4 l.ln '
J. O1. BIfHI'AUXJIlS,
Mnlta, I. T.
Cropoffleft ear, orerblt In right. Rantn
?nlFM 9rtk- 'ln'1 brand-U. Crop and
tpllt In left ear, twajlon fork In right tur.
r. tv'. x.xxxa.
Ootvala, I, T.
. 'firr! BP-lflRaMMaMSlSj
r'i'wM iSJfltttaTnill.i mm.
Crop and underblt and o'erblt In right .
ITilowfork ,lid "ndtrblt lu left, notched l
rc. onjt-Ilctween VerdlgrU and Cr
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