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HURT HIS FEELINaS.
Te Vlettne of a Peripatetic Country
Photographer Talks Buck.
The nomadic gentleman who manipulates
the camera obscura In the rural districts ti
always.the lead'ng light In tlio lonely ham
lot when he spreads his tent, lie is a curi
osity to the verdant country folks, "an
smrirter'n both o' Jones' boys put to
gether." Ha brings to them Information
about the great world outside, nnd
"catches the shadow ore tlio suitanca
fades," A blessing seldom enjoyed by the
grangor clement o( some ot our Southorn
States. Alter he hue completed his har-
CUPID'S WEATHER BULLETIN.
fvestj ho folds) his tent like the Bedouin,
and OS silently lights out for greener fields
'and postures not much, used heretofore.
I went Into one of these tents, one day,
and told the long-haired artist 'that he
might perform an oparation on me, It he
would agree to do it painlessly. lie said
he would give entire satisfaction, and
showed me some pictures he hod bought
at auction as samples of his ability,
"Alii right, my friond," said I, "Just
squirt your dye-stutf."
"Will you have a photograph, or a tin-
' It was then I learned that his hobby
was tho tin-type; but I told him that whllo
the tin-type, contained many features ot
excellence, and gave greater scope for the
use, of his blacking brush, yet, I was not
proud, and would be satisfied with a plain
"My photographs are splendid,' said he,
"and: sire mounted on the best cards in the
"I should like to have mine mounted on
"That is impossible, sir."
"Oh, well, just mount them on cards,
then; but mount 'em on a flush a straight
He then placed me In a chair, and, going
behind roe, he commenced to aggravate
my bump of combattveness with an iron
instrument, constructed for that purpose,
and I was about to retaliate, when'he sud
denly pranced around to his ten-pounder
camera, and told mo to look at a cer
tain place which ho pointed out to
me. I looked, but didn't see any
thing worth mentioning, and told
him so, but he told me to keep my eyes
in that direction, while he loaded up his
old fusee. I asked him if he thougtit it
would be necessary for me to take chloro
form', but he said It'would alt be over in a
'minute, and I would never know that any
' thing hod happened until I saw the result.
I was somewhat afraid that the result
would be the most painful part ot tho pro
gramme, but I possessed my Boul in pa
tience. He soon completed the loadlnc
process, and then ho pointed his engine ot
torture directly toward me me personally,
you understand and I was on the eve of
.taking my departure through the side ct
the most exciting canvass for years, when
he cautioned me to bo very still. Then he
took the prise-cup off the end of the ma
chine, and I could look right into the'muz-
si of .the breech-loading apparatus,
see dissectlnlt rooms, : and grave-yn
world , without end,- Just us every particu
lar hair on my hend had assumed the "post
tion of aySoMlsr. the artist said that would
do and I thought It would. s'v c't
Then he retired to, a .closet pnd coo-1
munbd with blnuelf awhtW.canl -probablr
i jrs A ,-:f! IS
iHurfflTrwaBT1 1 fflsTi ff f raaasaB asfl
IB JMPillMrra i 'rsawasaasaBiaaT TsLlr Fi
Than he1 retired to a .cJosat 'and eiirMV.Swond fJltto Oh' mVdeii'
unM with himself strhn-Hnll Tirnrin Mr
pryed;i for-H rerattaa heeded to MfcjV
Ft,watrtat'artUt. Of aH the bald-kiUcd,
qnlafryed. pug-nosed snofgls-tootbsd,
lop-ettredr long-necked, 'wppr-ia wed
kneetli 'spindle-shanked.' boxsnkledwsb-footedipigoon-toed,
gallows-bird that aver
inhabited thlanlghtmare-ridden world, that
picture represented the worst ,
"Doesn't it look natural?" said he. ' -f'Pfrthpsitdoes
Whdtattl" t S
Yourself I" ' J .
JbWdn't.exactly kill, him; but I 'pounded
htm with elubuntiM hurt hisv feelings.
M.KWMtc:ia,OoodaU;Siu. " r '
Medical AdTrlc; ' ''
Colonel Witherspoon, to whom we have
frequently, referred boa the" fmeanaait man
in Austin, r'haa been in poor health 'for
some ,'montbs past , .The principal cause
ot hia feebleness la his unwillingness to teed
himself with sufficient copiousness. 1 ,-
A tew days ago, while he was taking the
air, be met Dr., Perkins HponovsrV.WJttier-;
spoon thought this waa'a good chance to'
get some medical advice without) paying
for it, 1
"How do you do this morning, Colonelf"
'asked Dr." Soonover. ,'
"Poorly, doctor, poorly. iFor sometime
past I have beep suffering, from weakness.
As you see,' J can-hardly walk.' What shall
IUka.doetorT;,-"'.1 . "" '
Taken buck," ropllod the doctor; gruff
ly, as be trod oil. 7saf SlHIag. 1
A slsassslaiils mjast.
JUlt r)4mpaoVU.neirlaer oo-'thel. 4
0.N. railroad. He.waaof! duf y at Anstin
a few days ago. 'KvtM4adg's PeUrby,
with wbora he waa aoqualatM. ( (
I.wa.ildm wll Jow-mU do iae'a
teor.!vL J i
inV' . ; . . . , '
"Itwal be appreciated by all the eagl-Whaa-a-in
1 dcTIor vou aUT." j -.....
-.-Tr WVi 1JW1
vasa m -wsaas are coming in. x ney are
everlastingly ssjataklng your red nose tor
a danger signal, and it confuses them."
Way 1 uWtlair's'ltl tBe Can
celed. Tii proprietor of a Ball'atoitwlio'did
aarrferise;to anxfrnatpgi folthe
anaa diaaioaatsd Iroat a loajr-sjeared, aM-
lata Mm store.
mysterious ngns. , I .
"Partner." said the melancholy'
"to decide a bet I wish yoti'd tell me what
that air S. P. Q! B.'stindM for."
"That, my trlentt," said tho proprietor,
glibly; "stands (or Small Profits nnd Quick
Returns. , That's my motto. That's ''tho
way t sell goods, way1 down below bed roclt.
What did you think It was?"
"Well," said tho man, with a long slghot
relief, "we've both lost. I Bet rV yearling
steer it stood for Small Potatoes jHh,d
Quark Remedies, and Bill Gibbons but It'
was Sick Rats Quickly Restored. 80 it's a
stand off. parti, an' I'm milch obliged to
ycr. I'll Just go hum and report to Bill."
Mot 3Inoh Danger.
An extremely tall gentleman of six feet
three was skating In Central Park with a
young lady who was not over tour feet and
a halt in height.
"I wonder what would become of us If the
Ice were to break."
"0, It's not deep. Thorels no danger!
It's only up to my chin."
N. B. Her head was only tn o feet lower
than his chin. A". Y. Telegram.
A CRITIC'S PURGATORY. -
I had a aresra last night and in my e ream I
seemed to reach -A
certain land where critics always prac
' tice what they preach:
- And, when they ridicule a thing and at It
poke their tun.
They straightway have to rise aud show
just now It should bo done
In writing-of a drama, should a journalist
bozln: . ,, ,
" The story of : thll farrago Is lu llcrousff
' 'thins I' , fi sTM
The persons are automatons, and tho con-
struotion's poor: '
The dialogue monotonous; the moral far
The author has a, right then to compel the
crltloelf, 1 , - !
Who thus ctitftup the play, to write a bettar
one himself: r t , iVj
And If that crlilo's play of Imperfections It
Ho has to loave tho journal upon which he
About an artist's painting should a savage
And rail at bis perspective and ilenounoa
his "atmosphere,'' ' -v
If at that art st's "high lights" darts of
satire bo Impellod
His cAfaruoscuro up to rldloule be held.
Changeable and Stormy.
The hyperorltlo person
has to take the
isn, nna paint
A picture bettor than the one of whlohhe
made oomptal nt ;
And, If the critic's work seems done by an
His llttlo 1-es.gnatlon then Is greatly In de
mand. If any captious orltto should a wreUbod
By Jeei-lngat his weakness In a meau, ma-
Declaring that "such elocution makes all
bearers siekt" ,
lu abort, entreating him with acorn, pro-
nounclng him "a stlck"-r .
'That crttiohas to play the part, and- he taaj
not refuse.," - -.
Tfce-rnjurad; actor) slts'Mai front- to,'hlsi
Thea If the nudlenooahlS;douierlts has en-
Tfce crltlc'frOrA hls!'papei'; iailnsdktolj
:oiscbaorod.ji "o r
If any; oonoolsaeur. about t a singer's vole
'CestTfArTHBTiSiyr'tAd and scath-'
lutrtrocnnlque,. - ,?
Pronoualug 1 his. vapU ,i moat tcrrlblo
'His eantabfls singing very far from what's
That critic bis to singula stylo artiitlo, clear
f sad true. ; t, c
H , The self same wotftiaUs to show what he
llt:i '0ndo: 4'4rl ' X
'llf.ABd.' If of ,W foaotaiW there Is thr
P f. slightest doubt. V'.i
111s vaiuaoie sei
wroAftj v.i :
How,lihlsretsa,rhould; be te ed w!
w " awoslTfw.iaorSi.i.t hw--Jj - ,
. A criMtfaKwouWdaetsredabi
led with us
. r ,yjiBmtritmtt!iiuHviZ
c'-J-jLi.l,;-r-r? -ri. .J
11 nave back "ihoicflve nonnds
I . , '. :r t-ftl ' l.,'i,' r-i v T1 .
ifwiij toaiwBrviwiYiva u mm
t.i'A'l.vLri rlii'it. -A t
u wiuca on nmn insv x
Treiiivcr4nuppr wiouafli i-j-uouia )yon
8bnd Ditto (off. W, guard )-My dear
wuowiriHKUio.graaieas; pleasure-lu uie.
(Vorks ottt the same. lPuccft.-. ) I
' GUhoolv hadabothfrioinflscusslon
jriib hia) UnUdy oh-th'o.coffse'-question.
He tasted itran'd then stirred .it, andjeept
r stirring It for aboutkhalfran:ln)ur ith-
"j" -, r t .
io - - fmek.
OUfftiinia,w'ord..rnnaUvshe sooke un:
a'PerhasVMi'.atlBo,-lidldu' put in
nv sx-ar7M c 1 Jji a - ,,
Wr"' 7r"J,w, P"wv
ratMr, a .-sad acMdaait; in.
MtwrfifT deary -aMaqullii,.
SVWhat U itrraalwd kls.wiav ., u,
"A Bohemian girl at CMpttroforaraitted
suidde to saifceiksr iover,vwho4ad offended
rher.''0'' l"3 " " l - hi"-' ''
?rTknMWt gMf I wouldn't have'takeh
out my spite in that way."
"What would you have done?"
"I'd have married him."
And Bqalldig went downtown wondering
how he had offended his wife before they
were married. Cile-o Graphic Newt.
"l don" want any castor oil," said a
sick little Boston boy, petulantly, "and
I wUtttctakf.in3u , 4 jpcJjuM soq
"WyiilW,nt"iy tpo4taMl itik
mother, "don t you know that castor ail
is mads from beansT" d$$WmVnI(ir
And the little boy who faith In Ida
mother is perfect, took the dose and feebly
aakfd for more. JV, Y. Qu.
HU eye tramtdlately sought one
m. ' J
itfJPRS8i' IjLIMILLa k.
' K-v ' r ,11 IK. !
lWiK"ilOrlBlVliiiWVi'A lanEsassm rW'
m& mm NlHm
lin iMjWiiiiiiiihiiiHHii II
" Twowsiias.tlrU.factoW.would be less
" 1 . IT. ' i 11 , ) M
'lWMiyB3IEi glralssssrfi&l 1
.FARM AND FIRESIDE.
'.liWhlto paint ttiat'hm become dis
colored, mav bo nicely cleaned by using
A llttlo wfdtcning In tho water for
It is said that shell llmo, when it
can bo hfid, is preferable for agricul
tural purposes to tho stono llmo, m it
doex not contain so much magnesia.
Boston Budget. ' t ,
If "when t brush 1 Mid 'stump heaps
aro burned n liirgd quantity of swiill sod
and earth - are- thrown on tho heap, it
will rrtitko one of tho most valuable fer
tilizers for fritifct'of all kinds Western
Rural, y . ,
0. Hi Miller, in an nrticlo on tho
management ot orchards on warm
soils, savs tlio orohanllst who neglects
to oaro for his trees nnd feed the soil
has no inoro right to expect perma
nent good rosnltHthan tho stock-grower
hns who only occasionally feeds his
live stock. Rural New Yorker.
Apple Jolly : Two quarts of water
to one dozen apples, pave and slice,
then boll soft and strain through a
it.......! I....H T. .. mIm . liitni. nilil I
iimuiui U-X -i uuu pun. ui jiiivu miu
ono pounnof loaf sugar and tho juice
of ono lemon. Boil iiftecn minutes,
putting in the lemon peel and strain
Waffles: Three eggs white and
yolks beaten separately, one table-sp-ionfnl
of butter,-or a piece tho size
of a lion's egg, half, a toaspoonful of
soda, or n'tcariDOonfal oflb.vklnc! pow
der, a plnclfof ssM", ono quart of liour,
Mix oil together, ,withsour creain
enoughj to makd a 'batter; cook, in
waffle irons over tho coals -of fire' until
of a light brown color. Tlie Houscliold.
A much heavier,1 sod find larger
growth of either pasture of hay is ob
tained by sowing different kinds of
grass seed on the tamo field. Each
will find tho kind of soil and plant food
best adapted to, its vigorous- growth,
and thus prevent vacants'baces which
are only fllIod,'M'naturo occupies them
withijoxlo'iisiweecls. Tlie,- remedy' for
vacant spaces Is thiok seeding. Prai
rie Farmer, j 1 1
C-fBetf ryttpWartP 'clothes
washing easur Is' to vut a pailful
warm.' soft waterIhlo"voiir, tub. .set in
youfwa&ubo&il' arid 'soap clothes, one
garment at, a "time, all over, 'giving
extra sOapihg to oxtra dirty, places 1 roll
up each piece as fast' as' soaped, like
dnmif olotliingfof ,the jrqning,1 and "put
into the r warm ' VatW ubehlnd 'your
Doara; let' no an noun 11 aoueon wasn-Ing-day
morning, othetryise do it tlio
evening before, Saves ltwovthirds the
' 'Beat . CftkeslToko ' some , r.vro
dooko'd, " cold roa4t 'beef and -mince It
very tine; then boil 'nnd- mash'- somo
whlto potatoes and add Ihomto tho
meat, making the mixture threi-foiirths
meat and-1 one-fourth cpotatoeaiVNow
ndd a couple of sprigs of parsley,
minced fine, mix nil ;wc1t. together and
bind it with the beaten yelk of an egg.
Form the mixture, Intocakoa, ab.ntt as
big round jut a teacup,, dredge them
with flour, and fry until nie'ely browned
in hot bucf-drippingrt. When done
.pervo garnlsbedi with friodj!parsley.3--TdUdo
Blade. t' 'Ji j't,,..
7 - THE. HESSIANFLY.
How 1 to Prevent Its BaTg .The 'Insect
j t m In California., 1 ''
Tho Hessian fly h'tts.niaJe its appear
ance near Santa Rosa, Cal., and fields
are reported as badly damaged t Burn
ing is reported as having no effect on
the insects. This, .however, is? In
correct if applied when, tliQ'!nfceots!lii
be'rnatb.lndry" stubbio,bye will not
'only destroyt'tho, insects; but tho eggs
also." "On growing grain, of course,
burning is impracticable. Starving
them, as suggested, by cultivating
'gfas4, corn land vegetablfes.wiastcad'of
,23-ain. 1 is. also uhavallWg,?' since "tho
Hessian flifeedsoh- riiany'Hpeoies'of
grass ' and the cereal grains belong to
the grass family. (nlThe .proper way to
rid Holds is to burn all harboring
places dry grass, stubble, etc. and to
cease tho cultivation of ,wipter wheat
for a'tlrae, or else to'keep-it-fed'closely
by sheop in, the fall and early spring.
Very late sowing of wheat checked the
ravages of tho nr in cold climates, but
would probably be inoperative in Cali
fornia.' j " - '
In the N6rth tho progeny of 'the
autumn brood, deposited in September,
bay, lay eggs in May. These develop
Jngjno,thoi)iSrfeot .Insect, niako a new
deposit Tho worm makes its .way to
jtho1' base 'of 'tho leaf of tho first joint,
po that .wheat lu an, , affected, 'field ., will
-crinkle nnd fall badly; The last oi
euly or 1st of August the perfect fa
cets again make thoir appearance In
California it Is probable the insects may
jbreed all winter,' but they have hunter
Jons' parasltos and, wet weather is de
struction to them. A healthy soil rich
in all the ingredients of plant' growth'
twill often carry the plant out of serious
.danger, unless in seasons of oxtraor'
dinary prolificacy. It is difficult to
.reach the insects with poison.i sinoe
'ithey live by suction. Burning and
lowing up the stubble aro good, local
y, so Is lata sowing, or close grazing'
of early-sownrwheat. The true reme
dy, however, is diversified farming and
enriching of tho soil, for a rich soil will
often carry p, crop out of danger before
the insects breed to such a degroe as to
scriously.ln jura the orop That is,
weak, plants.wJU succumb," while strong
plant will lota linlayitUity. CAtcoo
I A WILLOW FARM.
A,n, Interest iTeandtPfoatkbla. Plantation
;) V Neav.MaclJtoral."
f About a mile below tieofty of Macon
is the osier willow -farm of Mr. I. C.
Plant. The wjllowu switched, at the end
ottwo years, are from four to seven
fcot long, and are out and gathered
Into bunches like sheave of wheat
tn the r stripping bulldtog they are
steeped la water, (atlje; bark at the
larger' end loosenedMfor 'couple of
inches by machinery. The leaves and
barjt are then removed by a little ma
chine 'devised by Mr. Pfaat One by
oae-tae wiUaiseve plaoe4-ia fM
mechanical stripper, ana with a paly of
pler are pulled through wljh a. sudioa
fe?; & "Jfft toe wiped, r, witli a
woolen. nlotU..bundled,i aad laM; avay
to dry. -v i i jljsi'''. sal
All the leaves and bark are dried and'
baled. Thov are IrseVl for. medicinal
fiurpoieVand commB.ud'a price of
iweniy-nveconw apouna.' mere are
at, present four hundred thousand wil-'
Iowa growing.ou tho farnjj and. tlgnj
tboiuand iidditioaal.allp have recently
been set oufz 'Ueatfretewele to bo
eventually .covered . with them, .when
liixty acre, will 'be "'derated.' to.' ihla
aiogip, crop., ,. a no armtage jneta u a to 1
t .Tl i I " . MM I' I 4JI S - . - . C . ' T
siit.ajCfe,i.iV(Be uiuh, uwrwillOWS
PnsBlaaiKtewsiBBdred 'deHan per
Aa Offense of Which Every Writer of
Untruthful Beferenres Is Guilty.
It would hardly seem possible that an
educated, refined woman would delib
erately tell n lio in giving character to a
discharged servant. Yet nothing else
can account for. the army of inefficient
servants that make lifo miserable in so
many households. Not long since i
houso-koencr advertised for a cook.
Among tne applicants was a coarse,
clumsy, stupid-looking woman, with the
very best of references. Thcro was
something so Incongruous set between
the woman's annearance and the nulli
fications Set forth in the references pre
sented, that the lady took the namo and
address of the writer, nnd told tho serv
ant to call tho next day. When the
writer of tho reference was seen, she ex
pressed annoyance at being troubled
about tho matter in a ,wcll-bred way,
but finally said; "I'm exceedingly sorry
thnt you investigated the matter. I
wrote as I'did to iret tho cirl out of the
houso without difficulty. I was afraid
of her. She can work, but sho is impu
dent, dirty, extravagant and has the
worst of tempers." It is unnecessary
to say tho cook was not engaged.
Moral; cowardice allowed a responsible
woman to let loose on tho community
an untrustworthy woman, to make
wretched lives dependent on her abilities
for a certain amount of health and hap
piness. Moral cowardice and unsound senti
ment are at tho bottom of a good deal
of the troublo with domestic help. "I
don't want to spoil a girl's chances.
Sue must hare work. Let some one
else refuse to give her references." And
tho ball of evil rolls on, crushing nerves
nnd tempers as it goes. An organiza
tion should bo formed among tho house
keepers of every section of the country,
having a committee of investigation
whose duties would be to examine into
the real capabilities ,of every servant
presenting a certificate , of character
from 'an unknown person; each mem
ber'of the organization to agree not to
employ any servant whose certificate is
not indorsed by tho investicratinir com
xnittec. Inefficient and untrustworthy
servpnts would have to find unprotected
'parishes in which to flourish.
' -It certainly would be a restraining
foroo for a girl to know that unless she
did her duties, properly she could not ob
tain a reference from her employer, and
that she could not obtain another placo
without such references. A girl can not
help having a feeling of contempt for a
woman who will employ her without
knowing something of her character
and abilities, and she must treasure
feelings of utter contempt for the
woman who lies about either, no matter
what motives prompts her. Christian
The peach crop fails in February
and ripens in August Baltimore Amer
Phot. Jno. J. Cildwbll, M. D Balti
more, says: No narcotics in Bed Btar
Cough Cure. Price, 95 cents a bottle.
Pr. Richard Oberlaender, Lelptig, Ger
many ; St. Jaoobs Oil cured me of neuralgia.
"How did the bull look on emerging
from the china show I" "A little the worse
for the ware."
Tna color produced by Buckingham's Dye
for the Whiskers always gives satisfaction.
The dangers of Whooping Cough are avert
ed by the use of AVer's Cherry Pectoral.
Circcs men will soon be along to canvass
the situation.- TA RambUr.
Pikx'sToothachiDrops cure in 1 minute, ZSo
Gtenn't Sulphur Soap ..oals and beautifies. 26c.
Oaaius Conn Bxho van Idl Is Corns a Bunions.
not heard of the limbs of the law I
Belief is Immediate, and a cure lure.
Plao's Remedy for Catarrh. 60 cents.
Whzk is a man's doom like a letter!
r7bu it is waled. Const lovrUr.
Cincinnati, April 3.
LIVE STOCK- Cattlo-Common$J l (ft i "S
Choice HlltUior 3 ID ((. I U)
HOGS-Coimnon. .;'.-.... Ilfi WJW
tlood Packers ( 4 111 4 4 85
SHEEP flood to choice 4 73 ii 5 J
FlJUH-Kuuilly. ...,..,. 3K1 ill l.-i
UAW-WheHt-Loniberry red 90 & vl
No. rod..'jn .'tu:,...l... m 41 89
Corn-No. 2. mlod ,. Sa,3 U7
Oats No. 2 mixed' .'....... 311, 32
Bye No. S...,..V (m 68
HAY-Tlraothy No. 1 12 03 & 50
TOUArco-Common'LuffS S 01 to 9 6J
Good Mediums.., 10 00 mil S6
PKOV18IONS-lrli-Mcs lu OU 6H0 KH
Ird Piiiru-stoRin.. .1 5 XtUii) UJ
BCTTER-Chdlce Dairy 14 3 15
POTATOES-per bushel GO
d 1 u
FLOCR-atato and Western... $2 W 3 40
UUAIN -WheiU-Ho.-Ctllcuco (, (n
. No, 2red Iai4ft U2S
Corn No. 3 mixed ... 4.2 $ t'it
Oats-mlxcd ..... 40 ii u
POHK Mess..'....1 0 50 4T.10 ill
J LAUD Western steam ii a 2TV
FLOUR State and Western..
QRAIN Wheat No. a rod...,
$4 50 i485
, KO'tU 'i
, 70.i4 7
a 5 urn
Oats No. 2......
GRAIN Wi ca-No. 2..'
Outs Mined ,
PK0V1 M )SS-Pork-Moss
CATTLE First quality.,
HOMti ; . -
4 8T,'A .1 00
5 W (16 0 3Ti
Wheat-No 2 red., :. f
Flour-A No. 1 $4 00
OltAIN-Vheat-No2 red H9
Cirn mixed , ,
POHK mess .
LAltU-sttum. 7 75
That Tired Feeling
. ToSBind'weether. fQllovtaf our long and ssvere
wlntsri hss'sueh a deprtaalng effect upon the body
that one feels sll tired out, apnost completely pros
trates. tae appetite Is lost, sad there Is no so bit lea la
desartotat. tine whole tendency ef the system Is
dowavsrd. Bool's seMaparOle Is hart the ssedlelae
-aesdes. RarlSaates blend, ebarpeas tkesppetlte.
evaraaBMs the tare 'asssssf. aa latltosatss every
tasstleasttaewssy. 1 '
saia. My ass eases! to seas, sad mywimlaiyatesn
Is boot sssnr, esjoytag aerfeet asaltb," L Asa
aiaoroir. UO Bsak it. S. City.
W all Use Rood's Ssrsspertla. It Is so strtaftaea
amsV I4SST atPQCB. Auesie, B. I.
Owd imtl Bnllt Up
" My dsugtUr bad been alllaff some Urns with gen
eral deMatr; and Heed's sraasrllla was reeoav
mendedtojs. ATUr aha s4 takes (hrMtottlM she
WM oomplstely cored SD4,billt ap. It lswtthgrcst
plessure that I recommend "Uood'i SsrsspsrlUa.'
Bss. M. lattaTsrst'-ssi Ibdc. marlassH Loalarliu
Mall Line Oft, Cincinnati.
-rates psstvo years 1 nave oeeasauctedwtm
ssvere' fcasdache and dyspepsia. I eras Induced to
try Bead's SerasBartna, and found great relief."
Mas. X. F. AjraxaLm, We Harsa, CL
7s&A'WSr!!Ua5LiQr y "!
HOOD CO, Asotbsesrles, LoweiLMsss. 1
100 Doaea Ome Dollr I
No Fhysle, Sir, in Mlnel"
A good story comes fi
lng-school in "Jersey."
notonous and constlpatl
from a boys' board-
Tho dlefc was mo
notonous and constipating, and the learned
Principal decided to introduce some old
stylo phy lc in the apple-sauce, and await
tho happy results, one bright lad, the
smartest in school, discovered the secret
mine in his sauce, and pushing back his
plate, shouted to tho pedagogue, "No
physic, itr, tn mine. My dad told me to
use nuthln' but Dr. Pierce's 'Pleasant Purg
ative Pollots.' and they aro a doing their
duty like a charm I" They are anti-bilious,
ana purely vegotable.
Wnex the car-drivers strlks they do not
brake any thing. JJotton Commercial But-
Toang Men, Bead This
Tnx Voltaio Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric Appliances
on trial for 80 days, to men (young or old)
afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vital
ity and all kindred t-oubles. Also forrbeu
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er diseases. Complete restoration to health,
vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk in
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ft gambling, so long as a man wins he
never finds fault with his betters. Vactflt
" Hello 1" we heard one man say a anoth
er theotherday. "Idldn't know you at first,
why I you look ten years younger than you
did when I saw von last." "I feel ten
years younger," waa the reply. "You
know I used to be under the weather all the
time and gave up expecting to be any bet
ter. The doctor said I had consumption. I
was terribly weak, had night-sweats, cough,
no appetite, and lost flesh. I saw Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery' adver
tised, and thought it would do no harm if
it did no good. It has cured me. lama
new man because I am a well one.'
Wnnx Is a bankrupt concern like an
eight-day clock! When it is run down.
No; when it is wound up.
A Throat to Sing With
What throat is the best for a singer to
teach high notes with t A so ab throat. If
tt becomes too sore, nse Taylor's Cheroi e
Remedy of Bweet Gum and Mullein, whUih
cures hoarseness and a husky voice.
Walter A. Taylor, Proprietor, Atlanta, Ga.
"HAM"-and-ggj The bad actor and his
Bow Women Would Tote.
Were women allowed to vote, every ono
In the land who has used Pr. Pierco's "Faf
nritA Pntsnrlntlan" wr.uld vjte It to be ail
unfailing remedy for the diseases peculiar
to her sex. By druggists.
BoMETmvo that will stand a
heavy gold watch. AT. Y. Journal.
It doss not hlaAkan nr ntan tha tasth. cstua hsad-
ssbs or prodnoseoiutipstlofr-Aar Iron wutitcinti d
Jil vut vscRrn, M u , nsw imam, unto,
esjsi I ban pnachbtd Brown's Inn Biturs with
most ssusfsetorr niralts In oases of Dabillt j whsro
atonlolanodd,sndl snowof no pranaraUon of
Iron that doaalSttrr" .
Mas Mabt BwrnrsT. loss Vf. Brasdwsy, Lsato
Tilla Kr,sir: "Ihadloltsllappatluandwaaan
tlraljbrokandownlnbaalth. I aa sraatll banaflud
bj Brown's Iron Bitters and gladly roconunond It "
MBS. Naxct Ccsics. JaBaraontUl. lad., ears:
I was tronblad with weakness snd a general
breaking down of too system. I need Brown's Iron
Genuine has abore Trade laark and croeeod red-lines
on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
TMHIWN CHEMICAL CO.. HALT1MOIIK. M It.
Sense ol Smell. Ma-ta -gil
For IS years I wuV I f 97M
snnored with severe
pain In my bead and
discharges Into my
throat from catarrh.
My enae of emeU was
much Impaired. By
the use of Ely's Cream
Balm I hare overcome
these troubles. J. B.
Cass. St. Denis Hotel.
My sob, sged nine
esrs,was afflicted with
catarrh, the use of Ely's
Cream Balm erected s
complete cure W. E.
A nartlela la annltad In
ass. PrieMoentsur mall or at Druggists, fiondfor
Sircolsr. ELY BROTHKRH. Prn-... o-.. K V.
OF SWEET aUM AH MULLEIlf.
Tna flweet flnixi frrjm a tma nf th ama mm
growing In the South. Combined with a tea made
from the Mullein plant of the old fields. For sail
q inaAimieiupiantoiuieoianeias. sorssie
ill drnsVrlats at osnU and SI CO per bottle.
Lt ejidranlatsatKasnU and tl M per bottle.
WAliTfik JL. TJCkMAH, Atlaatafo lis.
Petroleum V. Xsiky't latest I
D.R. Locke (Petroleum V. Naaby), editor Toledo
Blade, tslecrapbs, " I had on a f oreoBger of my right
band one otthoaeplcatant pets, a 'run-roasd.' The
lnger became Inflamed to a degree unbearable and
swollen to nearly twice Its natural site. A friend
gsre me IlSHsr's'.CiSDOLio Salts. The Inflamma
tion left the nager In a day. I consider It amoat yalu
able article." Ailtforfenrys.
No Rop to Cut Off Hprses' liases.
jaaaa Bassafa.iB ajessoinea
can nuv uv auppeo vj any nunr. Dam
Fie nailer lu any pan VI me u.n
reioarccelptofMl. Sold by J
Saddlery, Hardware and Haruel
Deslert. Special dlicount to the
Trass, gsr-vena ror rnre-LUt
So words of ours can tsll the hcBsattobederlred
from flood's Sarsspsrtlla, If you need s good iprlc.
medlclue. It will strata all lmtmrltlet from the bloml
roues the torpid Ursr, lBTlgorste lbs digestive
organs, and Impart new llfs to every function of the
body. We only ask you to try a stogie bottle to prate
the posltlTS saertts of Hood's latsaparllla, as an honest
and reliable medietas
" I think Hood's Barsapartus Is ths beat medicine
for geoeraldibUlty there la, sad for the good It has
done me I cheerruUy recommend It." J. SuUItsb, as
Brown L. Rocbsster. H. Y.
" I bars assd flood's SsraspsrUla for a blood portlier
ta my family several years, and can not speak too
highly It." J.K.0oxuas.PIus,O.
An Exolluit Tonlo
" My ossgbtsr received much benefit from the use
ef Hood's aarssparttla as sa excellent tonlo after a
protracted attack of bronchial pneumonia." y, a.
Adams, New Hartford, Coos.
'Hoofs Sarsapsrula au done me aa immense
amount of good. My whole system ass been built up
add strengthened, my dtgiitlon Improved, my bead
relieved of the bod fosuuff, snd my throat relieved of
the severe Irritation. Xotmslder It the best medicine
I bars ever used." Mabt L. Pxxlb, b Turaer SL,
sale at, Mass.
all irsfadtls. siisUforSJ. Made oalyby
0. t HOOO d. CO. jLaotaeearles, Lowell, Msa.
100 Doaae Ome Dollar
At thla Muon Mftrly Try on nnodi to me mm
ioft of tonic. IRON enters Into almofrt erory phy
stoiiin'g pi-Meription for tboee who need LuUdlne up,
M p BEST TONIC
Far Weakness, l.tuallade. Lack ef
etc, It 'HAH Nil KQUA1- ma ts
Ina msdloms that Is not Injartoqa.
neiea ue meoo. invigorates tne
l-Restaree ABBetlte. Aids Dwestiosi
-- -" c-j.1
WEAK. NERVOUS AND DEIrUTATED MEN
TOTJHO AND MIDDLE AGED
10i'Dlll fXIlHUBllU Vil-rUILf e JfrcuustvU t t3sjcs.sai.tj
aid or counsel, read it before " doctoiinr " or In vent
iipniaL. ravervLuinir suuii Buiit-ri-i r ii n
and rou will save time, money aud disappointment
Wind snail llanl laarn has hatf la.
T1IEBIJVIKW esnosestbe frauds prsotlced by quacks and medical Impostors who profess )
" practice medlcln."and points out theonly aale.Blmpl and effecUve road to health, vigor and bodily
lJectrie Belts and all curative appliances are treated upon! aH about tbem-wblch are 'senates,
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PURIFY THE BLOOD
Without an boor's delay. It Is fnlid, oufck and pofUM In action. Keep It In the bouse)
when you sre st home, for the blood, and take It with yon on journeys. Ton will find It
cheaper than alcknee. snd ss p7aani to tnke. a ihr Aomtf qf a frtend. To women who-
ufferfrom any of the Ills peculiar to the sex, FAVORITK J
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talldealtr. who offers
for sale a Shoe with a
Elcture of a school
nsie placed upon
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J which It not made by
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Or Look for the Little
ilSMt a.hut ma.. it
snd see thst Menderson's nsrae Is on the label before
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system, nermrnte st the rate of Sum.
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rtarms Flaaes, new method of stringing.
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Formaps, pamphlets, etc . &ddrcsia'oi.naArx Lakt ft
'w t'o., Opera Itiniwllliw'.; Pi-ifM',li, rtor yum.
Ftso's Remedy for Catarrh Is the
Bast, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
Also goodr Cold In ths Head,
Headache, Hay fever. Ac. M cents.
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Have treated Dropsy and Its eomplli stlont with ths
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eight tu twenty days.
Cure patients pronounced hopeless by the best ot
From the first dose tne symptoms raoldly disappear
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fall history of case. Name sei. how long afflicted,
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OR SKIN CANCER
For seven years I suffered with a cancer on my face.
Eight months sgo a friend recommended the nse of
Swift's speclfje, and I determined tn make an effort
toprocurelL luthlal was successful, and began Ita
use. The Influence of the medicine at Are was to
somewhat asgrst ate the sore i but soon the Inflamma
tion waasllsycd, snd 1 becan tolmpnne sue tho first
few bottles. My general health has greatlylnprovcd.
Ism stronger, and sra sble to do any kind of work.
The cancer on mr face began to decrease snd the
ulcer to heal until there Is not a yeetlga of It left
snly a little scar marks the piste.
... . . Mas Joicia A McDotraus.
Atlsnta, Oa., August 11, 1SS3.
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