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The Hartford Courant I a model of pen
tie hurnililv, and rayn : We repret to Ray
that j.-slouv lias ii-n in the breasts fI
the ll ill trout Usher in rejrard to the al
loml catch of a twenty-pound trout by
Mr. Samuel G. Dunham in the Adiron
ilaeks. We are recjuerted to make a trilling
...,."..i;..,;,n in mir Kt.iti'mcnt. The fish
WUUd'in nvii . A .
van a lake trout, which fact we left to be
inferred. It weighed only fifteen pounds.
Jt was not caujrht by Mr. Dunham. e
will make any other corrections desired.
Th: " Excelsior Magazine," one of the
choice-it and ino. artirtic of monthlies, is
published at $3.M) a year. Nov subscril)
Jrs anu offered a field croquet eetand
the magazine for $1.40. only !K) cents addi
tional. A handsomely-illustrated r ashion
and Etiquette supplement poes with it.
Hare inducements to getters-up of clubs in
money or premiums. Sample copies 2-
cent. Oflice. lloom 50, No. 157 La Salle
The directors of a school district in Pre
ble county, Ohio, recently discliarred
their teacher, in the midst of his term, lor
repeating to one of his pupils the following
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The woodchurk died with the whooping-coURh
The in-ttii'8t girl 1 ever aaw
Was socking cider through a straw.
And at the .Tune term of the County
Court a jurr, in a suit brought by the
teacher to recover his salary, decided that
the directors were legally justified in
what thev had done.
If this sort of thing continues, baggage
smashing, as a prolession, will soon be
come one of the lost arts. Cast-iron
trimU tilth nitrrt-o-H-ii-rine COIMX'Jlled in
the covers, have hafa baneful effect upon
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tlie ordinarily cneenui u. s., no n.i--, nun
ever, recovered his temper when he lias
caught 6ight of the two-storied Saratoga,
which an unsuspecting woman has deliv
ered over to his tender mercies ; but now
there comes an India-rubber trunk-shield,
which a Louisville man says may "bid de
fiance to anvtbiiijr short of a first-class
oarthqiiake.''1 It seems impossible that a
professional should rise to the dignity of
a first-class eruption, but the chances are
tliat he will get round that shield some
how; if be can't his occupation's gone.
It is extremely gratifying to note that
in China a woman may grow old and re
main unmarried without V-ing considered
a disagreeable person to have about. In
tact, it is rather nice 'than otheiwise to
have nn old maid there.- A Shanghai jour
nal tells us that the Emperor has just de-
cn-en una siieciai boiiuib i-um i
ancient spinsters, one of whom has recent
ly died alter a life of devotion to the mem
ory of her dead betrothed. The other
spinster, who is still living, has the extra
ordinary fact rclald of her that in her
youthful days she refused to marry an
eligible young jierson on the ground
that she couldn't leave her home. When
the Emperor heard this he instantly or
dered her noble conduct to be recognized.
A new railway danger is reported from
Edinburg. It appears that a butcher from
a village in the country had been indulg
ing in the town, and remained too late
to get home by the coach. Finding his
way to the North Uritish Hail way station,
the tipsy man, in the momentary absence
of fireman anil engineer, mounted the en
gine of a train which was partly filled
with passengers at the platform, and turn
ing on the steam, ran away with the train!
lie ran as far as St. Margaret's Works, a
mile and a half from Waverly, before the
train was caught. Fortunately no harm
ensued, but the mau was brought to trial
by the Public Prosecutor for culpable
recklessness, and sentenced to fourteen
There is a painful monotony in the
customary forms of greeting, which all
jH-rsons must at times find irritating. The
curt "How d'ye do 5"' or the briefer
" Morning," are end arable. But to be ac
costed during the day by several dozen
acquaintances with "How's the young
many or "What's new?" or "Why,
j-ou're quite a stranger !' is a severe tax
.U la a. li!miT on too
protected by blinds so that the rays oi
light cannot enter, while at the bottom is
a tube connecting with the outer air. I n
such n sraoke-noiwe- vou may -keep meat
indefinitely- by- occasionally -causing a
smoke during summer. If the meat has
been properly cured, it will keep sweet
If the insect cannot pet access to the
-ti,.m it ia L-ont tluv runnnt lav tlii-ir
wiauc m i - " ' I i j j
epgs therein and consequently there can
not oe eiwex bKippx'ra or uueucs or meir
IOI ' - ' - - .
The smoke-house may lie used for a
variety of purposes when not filled with
meat. The first four feet should always
lie. built of brick. both as a protection
affiiinst tire and as jiflordintr a most con
venient receptacle for ashes, in all districts
where www is ourneo ior iuei.
Manners and Customs in Iceland.
'T..nM ntnnlA In TiHVinil ft4 IlllllH-tl
iHiuinn i" aic i-iuii v.v..i...... -
iu all the Scsmdinaviim couiitri;s ; and all
ttu w.m td m ki 1 1 a tlirrp ia rvnllr HO
distinction of ranks. Nobody is rich, and
hardlvanvtxxly abject iv poor; everj oouy
ha to work for liimseif. and works (ex
cept, to be sure, a lew storekeepers in
lixykjavik, and one or two spois on me
coast ) with bis own hands. AN ealth would
not raise a man much above his fellows,
and there are indeed no means of employ
ing it except in supplying a house with
what would le thought in England indis
pensalSe comforts. Wealth, therefore, is
not greatly coveted (although the Icelan
der likes a good bargain, especially in
horseflesh), and an air of contentment
reigns. The farm servant scarcely dillers
from the farmer, and probably, if a steadr
fellow, ends by marrying the former's
Vmrritor nml cettinnr farm himself.
There is no title of respect, save Ilcrra to
the Bishop and Sira to a priest ; not even
such title ns Mr. or Mrs., or Esouire. II
you go to call on a lady you tap at the
door, and asK n inguyorg or v aireor i
in ; or, if you wish to give her her full
nunifi I nfri'liirkrtr 'ITinrvilhlsilottir. Or Ei-
riksulottir, or "Bjarnardottir, (as the case
i. for tiioro la no title of ioliteness to
applv. Her name, moreover, is her own
name, unchanged from birth to death ; for
as there are no surnames or family names
omi.nrr tiin iwluiKlers. hut, only Christian
names, there is no reason for a wifeassum-
mg Her nusuanu a name, auu n inur
valdsdottir alter her marriage with Guc-
munnr just as oeiore, wiuie ner eunuien
ilKsnn mid Guomundsttir.
When such a concession is made to the
rights of women, it is a little surprising to
fiiwl tli'if- cli ia in niiv other resixt treated
as an inferior, not usually sitting down to
. . . .1 . l 4-L 4.....;t,. hut
r:iiue Avim iiih men ii inu iiiuiii,
waiting on them, and dining separately
I Itl.i.ru in luin nver UVIini'll KIM lll SlllH
ciently we'll off, having full rights of prov
1 ri.linfr VHlomnslV ubotlt the
country wherever they will ;'and we could
not heiir mat mere was any ihocummii. iui
their emancipation, or indeed for social re
form of an v kind, though, io be sure, im
jierfect knowledge of the language re-
PUIlKUUll" ,v .7. ... - r
..-.,.,... f l,,l-,n,l imvp fiht:iineil comnleter
equaiilT mau u'leir nn m wiimn "
I'mmxi Tlmv roeelve ev.ietlv tlie Same
eilueation as tlie men do. There are no
schools in the island naturally, as lamnies
live nioEtly a dozen miles apart, and in
t.t;n L tiukiif'.ir (riwn bv tbet'athirto
nl iloncrlitoru uliU-o nnil tri"Tther.
Lll ."UlIB (UIU i.tim.- . .. '
. . i . i . . I . . . t .-in!,.
tne priest wnere mere is a mwi
1 ... i?. in i ii...:ii 'rime
tiuiesaduiuga lime lauu oi x.uuu. iimo
.1... rr;.i I,,.. ill ln.r ivirpnts enn teacli lier.
i in ,1 1 ii u, .',,," - - t i
and is as good an arilhmetieian.and as tanul-
i,ir -ith tlin Ainrns as lier brOtllCrS. AC-
coinplishments, of course, are pretty well
out ot the question ; paiuiuip, not muj
frnn, tho il'iftii'iilfv of nro'urin!r materials.
but because there is really nothing to
paint; dancing, because you can seldom
r-itiier a cnflii-ientl v luroi; oartv. andhave
hiT onniia-ti intruinental mu
sic, on account ot me impossibility vi
tninsnortiii"- a iiiaiio over rocks aim Dogs
on tlieoaeKOi a pony. iu-inuran,nv
house by the way), upon the coast, where
on patience. People say exactly the same
thing even' time they meet you, anu eacu
time they mean precisely nothing; there
Is no riup of heartiness in their voice to
mitigate the nothingness of the words.
They think the occasion calls lor some
tliing, so they run over the gamut of inel
egant colloquialisms, and pass on to inflict
alike torture upon somebody else.
A Financial Kat. Some time ago.
when the river was high and the gutters
full of water, an enormous rat, gray with
age, and fat as an alderman, crawled out of
the Canal street gutter and rushed into a
store, bearing in his mouth something that
fluttered about like a piece of paper. He
was tire.! ami leilrarrled and deposited
his burden behind the first box and sat
down to rest. One of the gentlemen
! a il ih 'it liis r:itshin nd
away he went, leaving behind the article
.-, 1 1 t 1 A.
inliismoutii.andwmcn proveu 10 ue a
$5 greenback. Whether the rat intended
this as a contribution to the sufferers by
tim si,Tiii-tli-ii fr wic liinKi'lt moving to
oi'niil tlio iicrri;icliiiir w:itTS. we are una
ble to say; but certain it is that he has not
yet returned to claim his property. Aetc
A imsiiwa rf cnmniir tmvil. the 1hihune.
Kiys: " We would urge upon any of our
reiiders whose taint of vagabond blood re
bels at .Nature in living ai -Newport aim
tli vn.trr ii!it-lmiird villas ot our subur
ban ri'treats. not to leave anv longer the
untold wonders of our own esttrn J er-
riiories to foreigners to discover. No
vinitrr in the world contains such variety
of magnificent scenery as the United
States, but the majority of her people
know only her tamest anil most common
place landscapes. The lovely lakes of
Minnesota, the horrors of Colorado rivers,
tlie prassless deserts and mountain-ranges
of Arizona, awful in their lil'elessness as
any home ol the damned in Dante's 'In
lerno,' we scarcely care to read ot, much
less to explore. We are apt, too, to ex
cuse our lack of interest in our own coun
try by a contempt lor its vulgar newness ;
forgetting that in the great southwestern
de-erts are cities and burying-placcs, be
side which London and Paris are but of
The other day, on a Michigan Central
train, was an olJ lady nvIw had never
traveled a great deal. She wa-n't used to
the ways ol the book agents, the iieanut
bovs and the prize-package nuisances who
pass through the train every few minutes.
When the' peanut boy caine along and
lroped a big African peanut into her lap
she fclnn ked it, opened her mouth and
dropjied the kernal dow n, instead of re
garding it with silent contempt or pitch
ing it out of the window. The book agent
came along and dropped a book into her
lap. She said she was "much obleesred,"
and she carefully locked it upiu her valise.
Tlie prize-package boy came along and
diopped a sample, and she wondered how
the road could afford to give away
so much. When he returned she had
oix'iied it and was wearing the breastpin
in.! :itin"- the puni-tlroos. The book
agrnt came back and wanted lis book, and
lu.iVim cli n-nuM o-ive it un she called the
conductor to see if it was right. Tlie card
bov wanted nav and she appealed to the
ii:is!icn?rers. When she understood that
ln v:ii ri--lit she handed over 25 cents
with the remark. "Well, ef I haint all-
lirvd turned round. I wish I'd stayed tu
Keeping Smoked Meats in Summer.
There are various plans and devices for
keeping smoked meals for summer use,
from the attacks of flies and beetles which
indict l.iiiw Kinnk.il heel" etc.. if left where
th..v iiimv have access to them. Among
tii in, in. Minmnii is. wranninff each piece
linnnraiiilr in Rtronsr brown paper, and
then packing in barrels filled in, about the
packages, with ashes or other absorbent
Another plan is to place the pieces in
..Al-f ..-nil c 1 1 rri i n t ivith nit tl '4 v or in
pjtl-lkP ' 1 11 .Vll 1 I HI - . . '
ti"ht barrels, with cut hay or straw closely
pressed arouna tne pieces. d iiu iaun
..l.,., linum-iir tlip meat is apt to mold.
I ' Itl 11. Ill ' v , ' i , -' . I . .
To prevent this, it should not tie entirely
excluded from the air, and wnere air anu
liht can enter insects are apt to follow,
ti.-.ft.ir iinn when the trouble and ex-
a wiii i-.n. .1.. -pense
is not grudged. Is to wrap each piece
separately in paper and enclose in sacks
cut to lit." Sew them up and dip m thick
lime wash, and hang m an airy um cooi
place. Souic indec-d. claim that meat may
be kept perfectly and indefinitely by sim
ply rubbing the surface with pepper be
fore smoking, but it is almost no protec
tion at all. , ,
The best, and in the end the cheapest,
wav to preserve meat is to have a smoke
house built in such a manner that, while
it is tu'ht and dark, it shall, at the same
time, Be well ventilated. All that is neces-
we v ere hospitably entertained for a day
-.Hi v.;,Vit nnt rmu- n piano, hut several
young ladles who conld play excellently
on it and a guitar, accompanying them
selves to sonirs in lour or live languages.
tii u-fwlwli. as we thomrht. the prettiest
of all. Thev lived in the most desolate
spot imaginable the sea roaring iu iront
on a long strand ; inland, a plain of dreary
bog, and behind it, miles away, gnm
shapeless mountains. 1 hey had no neigh
l.nri within 10 or 15 miles, and told us
thev were often without a visitor for
months together. But they were as bright
..ml , l,rfiil -is nossiblet and though thev
did not respond to the suggestion of a
..11 Ai-i.iiimr Inurr in tli tmv (lnivin",-nOm.
l.l 1 T V . .r ----- - - ,
while the storm howled without ; and their
worthy lather (who was a son oi general
merchant for that part of the island), and
the Lord Lieutenant of the county, who
had dropped in from his house :W or 40
miles oil", brewed noble bowls of punch,
and held forth to our third comrade, in a
strange mixture of tongues, upon tlie re
sources of Iceland, and the prospects ot
oening, by means of British capital, a
flourishing trade ifl sulphur.
As for society, it must not be imagined
that there is any society iu Iceland in the
s;ime sense as in England or America.
Except at weddings or funerals, there are
no social gatherings ; even in the town an
entertainment is the rarest thing in the
world, and in the country it is impossible.
There are no " country people," no " best
sets," and hence no struggles to get into
,i -i lt.it tliro 1c nnt tfinlir fl (Trent llcnl
1 1 1 . i 1 1 i.i'i v 1 1 1 ,v i . iiv, vi. r- ...
of practical hospitality, everybody staying,
as a matter oi course, at, uu-ijumij
house, but a very generous spirit shown in
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;iwiip ai j tiin io viii- v. . ... ....... ......
one most enjoys in traveling there, and
... . i- i : f . L'.ii
v men atones ior many wscounui io. mi-
n-ii-lii.m ,iiii nn4ii linartv wilenine : sill
that the house affords is set before you, the
nest room is at your muw,iui nuu
ii.ino lm it jrr.iit or little, is done in an un
grudging spirit and with genuine kindli
ness oi manner, in iacu mc on uuc.-i
iiiKitviecinn wliu-Ti wa curried awav. after
that of the primness of the scenery, was
.1 . . . ' I". c .1... . . 1 1 ll...
mai oi me geniaiuy oi me jnjnc mm iiht
..limcint cniiui nf n fifV'inl ,nil!llitV Whicll
I'll tl-1 111 IV 11 . v. . l.l . . . . - i
involves no obtrusive self-assertion by the
poorer, since it is the natural result oi me
conditions under which life goes on. The
A Pert SchooMiirl Rebuked.
It hardlv answers for pert young people
nn. .ll,. ii nml ii-.init tli.iit. il, lure
iv act uu: triniu auu univi-i i.n.ii v..v.v.u
unless they are sure of being in the right.
and are ready to hold to it. a scuooi-giri
got into trouble by lieing over-forward.
"So you have finished your studies at
the seminary? I was much pleased with
tl,iinl,.i;innr.VlllVjrC 'I'llO llllMlftrnf tllllt
porm Mfss White, I think you call her
U1US iuir TO Decoine kiio n a a
" We tldnk the authorss will become
celebrated as a poetess," remarked the
young lady, iertly, with a marked empha
sis on tlie two words of the sentence.
"O, ah," replied the old gentleman,
liMil-in.T rtiniKTlitfnllv over his ffold snecta-
otui utThn vnTnior l;nlv "I hear hrr sister
was quite an actress, and under Miss IIos-
A. . ' .ill 1 1.-.. II.. lw.
uier s msiruciion wui liiiuiuniieuij uv
come quite a sculptoress."
The young lady appeared irritated.
4 Tim cm..iniir- " finntitiiiMl tlifiriltl fYn
A l.li 11. .1111.11. J , v.ii..l..li.v. fc..v- (-
tleman, with imjierturbable gravity, ' is
fortunate in having an efficient Iward ol
manasreresses. From the l'residentess
Hnwn tri tlie humblest teacheress. unusual
talent is shown. There is Miss Harper,
who, as a chemistress, is unequaled, and
Mrs. Knowles has already a reputation as
,n o.initinmorcc Anil in the depart
ment of music few can equal Miss Kellogg
The voung lady did not appear to like
" Yes," continued the old gentleman, as
if talking to himself, "those White sisters
are verv talented, -uary, i unuersutuu,
t.oc tii,d hor arriitinn to ruiintin? and
lias imiii.ii mv. ' - - - - - - j r-
the drama, and will surely become famous
as an actress and pamire; ; an eenow,
A loud slamming of the door caused the
old gentleman to look up, and mecriticess
and grammananess was guuc .
"Is the superintendent abaout?"
fi. -,i . i . ivA Tfii t ivti ami !mvi-
1UQ I1L LUC .v i- ivii.
dence Railroad office in Boston looked up
l . . 1 . .n Anil CftTtf U
irom uieir dooks auu acwunto ouu
c-kumUn j-vf VA imniia 'nw K.il crlflnil an.
r-j". ll v Ulij a V uui tt o .
kee, since the days of railroad enterprise
. ... . . tlil m,i ii ri
veariy getting scarcer, au uw
07 or 70 years of age, whose face contin
ued exposure to the sun had browned to a
mahogany color, whose thin, iron-gray
hair straggled out from under a felt hat a
little the worse for wear, whose "store
clothes" were a dozen years old in fasliion,
whose expanded bony hands and vast ex
tent of wrist projected far beyond the coat
cuff, and broad square brogans. tied with
leather strings and guiltless of blacking,
stuck for through the ends of his panta
loons. iin.nf tu officials in answer to the In
quiry, poinced towards a desk, where sat
an aierwooKing, ciean-cm, lu-u
man, and saiu, "inai, en, io
som." - . . ,
4.ITnmcmioV" C'll, I tllA Olll ICIIOW
llill ll."V,l,V. - - - . -
. cn m. tint nmi.jp to the face IS
.J ilil.- , i-v'i 'VI , V 1. 11 i ' v
ojen disgrace, as Aunt Jcrusha used to
the visitor that stood before him, m the
mulct nt n Kiinnnrsi smciwer uuiu n:
11.1 TV r)
"Day ? Yaas, very fine day. I on t sup
pose you remembi'r me, do ye
fc oim inmi mnur m-ivh iiiruiii irn.
I uui lining - " " - -1-
t.x.l, rAttmi? ThnndiT. no! Cot-
U U.-'lllJ'll VVlkWH 7 - - -
ton was the teller what Uid ine graum , x
icliful tliA cli'rtfrS-'
"What grading do you mean ?" said the
supermienueni. .... , , ,
kfcl Imilini flAMA niAQTI r I I INI I Mil I rilllin 11 .
VI 1 ill 1 1 II nwin. nt
I should think it was. Bottom dropped
right aout on't." . .
..Wlinl inmt OM TTO'I tillkin.-T OK SIT.
i, 1 1 il i v. 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiv. i. ii , v.. j rv -
and what do you want of me?" said the
official, a little neiueu.
"AVlio 4t I want to see? why yew, ii
yew air the superintendent. Yew air,
4Ycs," Rikl the railroad officer, with a
smile, 4tI am." , . ,
c.ui I'm a IITTIP (It'311 :ui
used to furnish sleepers for this road,
I did. Sold nigh 000, an' only forty
thrown aout." ...
Vn innct h tnistnken." said tne ran
road man, shouting into his .visitors
ear ; we haven't made any contracts ior
uvn vore Wall, darn it an. I was
longer a"o n'that. I made a trade with
Ibivmnn Ie d ve rememoer J.ayinun
Lee little foller, not ser tall as yew
smnrfez er steel trap.
" Yes. I remember him, be was super
intendent of this road twenty years ago,
. ... . a T m-d .'.iiia
"Twenty years ago. iuiw,
i-.,ii I ..wi.-i.il iToct mnre'n te-.l vearS aT0
I was farmin' on it then up back of Attle-
iH'rrj' ; owned a piece oi iami meie
i.iw.mi -itli Ins fnrbink 111 III IIS broke
PIIIXI 3 11 1 1. 11 ' v. - ... ... ..
l.ia lir in ft harrer m the widder isurt s
n,.i,i,i;irneil fool told him the steers
would start, and he might hev known"
,4 ivii ,..,.11 " cii.l ilio railroad officer.
impatiently ;4'what is your business ? "
" Wall, i hev been runnin' a thrashm'
machine last fall daowu ter Agusty,
ii.,:. , t.i.i.lii,' n saw-mill till last week :
lumber ain't inov'ii so quick ez it used to,
" What is your business here, I mean
bawled the superintendent, "What do
want ? "
"Want? Why I want to go to Attle
" Well, why don't you go? There's the
station and the train leaves in ten min
utes." " Wall, I hain't got no ticket en ef you
could give me a free pass"
"Why should I pass you free? lean
see no reaon."
" Why, you know, I sold them sleepers
to Rayinun Lee a cussed sight too low, an'
" "What ! " shouted the exasperated offi
cer, " IK yon mean to come to mc for a
free pass over this road because twenty
years ago vou sold Mr. I-ee S.'K) worth ot
sleepers? This is too much."
"Tew much! No, sir, yew couldn t
buy them air sleepers naow for double the
money, and Raymun Lee be wan't so
close of his passes, fur when I cum down
hero and settled with him an' got talkin'
with him, he told me if I'd only go up to
Attleberry he'd gin ine a pass"
"Good gracious!" said Fol som. sink
ing back into his chair, hoarse and ex
hausted from shouting, with great drops
norcniritinn nn liis foreheaih "60 Will I
if you'll only go. Mr. S., buy him a tick
et for the next train, and charge it to mj
account. I won't write him a pass, he
migjit come back here on it.
Tn m mAmnn t thk Thantnm turned aznln.
ann (rpnr. u ui l e uiuklu uuui nay dimvi' M
. - . i i ikf .o.- hnnph nr mtu
The follies of superstition and credulity, tap aa she retired. - bevera nunui -i. . . ITTh .'knif; o? rub
Instead of dvin-outwimadvancinsrknowl- elaped, and concluding K. " . 'I m f ai nr and
edse. seem of late to have received an im- lapsed or worn oar iw.. : 7 ir,V Stir or mb
?J2yXL The'nrafter diking o floatmg about a Beas Patties. Take 1 ouart of well
zrolllguiuwiiiwu .v " ' iru- .t ,t nl aliP h.fllliek.:i..j . . t.,n .-Stli twn.
ment, or the. increasing innuenceot oo- Ir ".nif fln Iv dikrrf. The
uou pracnees on me part oi uie noruen i v.. , ,,, t
JL T .ro .A;nrr ti,oir. i n. slwoe of the apparition was such t
jitij i ai i its. lane i ijuiu
i , i . : i . 1. 1 i. v, ; i .1 , i n., .,.1 .i nl 1 u-irh ran-
l 'V . iv vi Ti ii i iv; utkiii orwiu " v. i . " . . i -1
per and salt, add 4 eggs, beating the whites
Eog Omelet. Here is a good recipe and
nle : To G vssn add 0 talilespoonfuls
of new milk, or better, cream beat them
v ?"",IM;,..Lr5 k,nn victim, whose shadow must
notions ridicuieuDyAuuisou a ceniury auu "t'i-,' t.aincr n(T until
a halfago are stillJ prevalent AMml S
nwi iii h ui ntr u i. ii i r n l mnruia liih iii'Mirr n i " - ? i
the roar of a lion w ould do. A rusty nail and effective manner mix my ewu. u thoroughly together ; put in no Bait ;
or crooked nln is Invested with nfodig- makes this haseless fabric oi a "s ' , Vhmtw half as lar.e as an
s' - rri.i-! .fx.-iZ.iSu- the mere resultoi tne vaporoun "v"v," : V "" ".
luun vncis. . 11m uvuiip m uic uraiir - , .,,., . T h,l a yerV Cgg HI J OUr ir lllfS-pail , "J i "
watcii"isa prognostic of the death of tions ttnd I wiSd Sibutter Pour into this the mixture ; as
somp one denr ta ns. The louil rraekinsr tme pair of field-glasses, ana I couia .et ,irnlln,l the edo-es fold it to-
of furniture in a room or the breaking of flithe gether u,on itself with a thin bladed knife,
alooking-glass-both of which accidents of air when i . came , in cnt.ict witu yt w. n two nlinuU.3 ; then slip it
are olten caused by a -sudden change ot compost a. -'"V woui,i oo off carefully into the plate and serve lin-
temperature-is hdrxifying, and causes us ment to arise, and this result would oc- lfcitel Th(,rp d.licacy to a Wl.n-
H t V A I r V L Ul ALU V . ua IrtH TT v v - I - " . .
A Few Words to Feeble nd Delicate
By R. V. Pnturic.M. D..of the "WORLD'S
n'tiBvv.nv t . . 1 "V "V ,. ' -.
ii.-1! iv.viAnit uuuaiUf ai( a.
Knowing lb at you at ubject to a rw
a .r it J ll .. nn rmir
the longer It is neeWted the more you have
a- l . ai .i:a.l nf Aiir TAlir
case become, I, a physician who is uaily
consultetl by 5cores of yo'nr ex, desire to say
those who havelbeea treated for their au-
llir II 13 ui"11 1 w y u-, au
Kn Inaut Until thpT hVA hMWimfl TXriPVt 1 T
- i v ., .irt,AU mun nnthpir
mown tn i(Lk hium icr nnR ui iiit-ut
ciue, nor be torrureu oy any lunner irrai-
ment. They ha1 rather um ana nave meir
in. n'n.lo.l tri -in in livp nml ftlltTiT as
!llUt.-l Ul- t"'" - - - -
thev have. They say they are worn out by
suffering and are" only niatle worse by treat-
111 III. VI WH'uw, am.
certainly cannot conceive, and were u&Te no
A. I vnirwiA rf tr;itinif such !im-
cutties than that, the principles of whu-h
. i. .v.. i. ...in. .n.l ih ilptiletinz of the
1-!M-Il I,!"; 1 1 VilH I U -'HI ( ' - ' ; .1
vital forces of the system, when tne in-near
tions dirtste a treatment directly me re err
r .I... ..i..n.i r.ir Hi oiii. their eases
would be ilenlornble indeeii. But laily suffer-
uriiiircrmurc is huuh; iuj;, aim Kiurcn o ,, 'I'hon tUe luminous meiuaieiv. mere is uniuii i, . ..... ............. a,w.oifnl
l.i..f .1,., iii.o.i. Afnrri.,ii Smi- cur in all seasons. 1 lien tne iiimiiiu- . ..... ., ..j.,1,1,, no ers. there is abettor ad far more suet e.ui
"rV:M .u l..ta nd variegated colors sprang up irom u... -u.v... lan of treatment for vou : on. more In har
urthattSg- Al,Thfi lw. ITL
I . i 1 t l .ll Im.l rT
Mil IO AI UlUk uivmv-uu UlUTUI
the place where our grave will be some
mr.nr with ti.A kwi anil rrnuiremeuu ui
mx.- J-.. ' . . . I-
chemistry was at work, ana nnauy uie IIealthfi'Lnks.s of aitles. ira ire- vour gvstem. a narsn ln-naim cau.-ni
.: ...,a nlmwl whieh reallv had Hot nurnt use of annles. either before or atter treatment and stronir medicine will never
. ".iJnitoahar wa carried at the car ,,,, has a most healthful etlect upon the cure you. If you would userational means,
" II. nWt IV (11 Beekin? Mr Wilier DY ") ui......uvi ....jv, .; .. . . .. . I ....k .a .mmnn.nao hnill,l,ll,,lPlnPV(TV
-..v.,,... : I nnne nf tlie soft 7erhvr WinUS which nn- iijstlon. isetier eai ics ninunnu mure i u " - -- -
0 , ma"c ?rjlS FedS.ul' but dTO blow sutticiently fet." An eminent French physician ltrZ.
moi. ... a . pa. u, o. mo ru. : . , ;;rnnr to earrv this heavier body out ! thinks that the decrease ot dyspepsia ami ," "JZ.'r'tliHrl
rnVreWught. through the open- bUious auctions in Paris is owing to he i; seh ihappy com
pearance is calcukited to allay mistrust) is toff of,a!!fl?i
E DYING BODY
" StTPFLIIUJ WITH THE
VIGOR OF LIFE
DR. RADVYAT 8
THE GREAT BLOOD PUBITIER.
TO maki-the Blood pare, the Skin clear, the Err
bright. ue complexion imooiu n.. u.i- . -
nlr .trnnir. and remoTC all Sores, Tlmplea. Illotehra,
rastnles. Tetter. Canters, ete.. from the Head. Face.
Xeck. Mouth anil hkUu It la pleMaui w
doee Is (mall.
It EeaolTea away mowed D. poslU j It Pnrtflea tha
Blood ana i;rnoT.ite uie nytirai. v-
certainty all Chnwic -
gereil tn the yteinfle or ten yean, wnnu-
cr It be Serolula or oypniiim;,
Ury or tonttcio.
. , i-l. I A Y 111. 1 vll 1 IV 1. IA. ,in,i in. u 1. u - 1 I J
increased consumption of apples, w men bmatjon TOU Wiil find n my Favorite Pre-
. ..! 1 :.. t..;.! ,j on oifmirMiu iirnniiv- 1
aurintinn whil-h tlA.4 rfH'f lVeil thf) lOUllCSt
i.,.i,i inn;,, n 4 well as a verv nourish- I r..N from thousands of your ex. Those
1 1 1 V. 1 1 V 1,11V. 1V...V1 ' - - - , . " - -
ing and ensily-digestea article 01 01 ioou.
'I'I.ai I'.iflci'inJ irP fi'l id to devour one bun-
dred millions of apples ever' winter that
is, thev uui tH.'lore ine war. nutiici i-ii-rimilt.!
u true or not. nevertheless the
French are. extravagently fond ot apples
and other fruits.
Slice the pine
apple rather thinner to preserve than to
eat, ana use 1 pounu jum u?m
nound of lruit ; powuer uie sujjar, juiu
ihuiiili tk n n. l"'""' n 1 . 1 Un ovktunea nr a-hii-n ia n. wiirrr mill'
place in the kettle alternately, a layer ot of riom diwafl! oul1 not be
suo'ar auu a layer 01 iruu. juw"
trusts is mgS OI Uie Ulinpiuaicu nwu. 1ui.-1-ea.-eu tv-iii-u. -
IU""" . . ' .. ' Vin tl.n nint nntiil haunteil Diaces fruit lin maintains IS an aumirauiu iiiuuuj-
m t.iio in thu r iisnnin arwiiii:ir manner 1 wuv --"'" - v . - - .. - ...,:..i.
ular bnmch of witch-hazel or wil- iaLan-ter coun, yhe
low. with whicutney pass over luegrouiiu - - -, :rron,linrS were fa-
until the wand turns , m te.r grasp w, ZVCoZf the stranre noises and
the angle point uownwaru, unuer wmcu ,.!".- 1 .v. ' ni., it, 1,0,1
exact "k? they promise that wn- hghttwh.
ter will be found. These water- m rronH,htl
witches assure you that wnen inejp
come to the right places they cannot 3,
control the wand, the strengtn 01 me in- o.. ...yo. ; . to th(.ra
10 tne ut; iui ui vi aw., j.v.... ... . . fiiirtmr no nio-iiT ilisi'loseu
c.i J,r,i n i nw miniiio- nxr ons place. A tnp thither one liigiii uiscio. eu
Miviniaivu ... , c - - ; t, f.,. .!,,.(. it was the resort 01 a
the same methotls are appneu to n u. .. .... i""" "ho7nimOVed certain
eral deposits, the wand empioyeu oemg "". frirrht'en awav the
usually made of a thin and flexible metal means mtSJ
pn-parTnl for the purpose, for which magi- 2
ciuviiiue0u.y.aui.. M.ir nrT.nhernalia was an instrument
1 s .ii iivni incr n nn i j n im ii..ii;u iu n iil - w r . ,
iV u..-w,. .v. ...w a ; h hnv. imiier the name oi aw-
on the palm ot the ten : nana, anajmne , -- " aoiso whk.h
deposit a snarp mow wun u.e v in om,r.tiol, i3 calculated
the right Hand, then Dy ioiiowmg me iiv f mm the vicinity
MSfJ to 'nitffioJ SpSly when
the tiling sought. .This means, however, his oc-. rs at m d . .g r
can be used ouly wtlnn the circuniscriuea i"."-. 1 , r", ,', "f Urt-olored
nndU of a rooinV nlayroiind. SffiwMtS
nun regarti io cwuiih, m-45-v wv i-r- V-ii i;r,i,f ..iiro h1o nr
which are frill in common use. If when ".lato
eSKKS : i lthe apertures througir wliich
on", neither speaking'ilor' looking back,
and the pain will leave you. Are you rrrof uie follies of su-
l ini,a nersiition it mav prove an amusing con-
goouns, press -ouruiuuium f " : nn mv wlipn x acknowledge
eoene-iru 5 lven in mv
of the three most vixenish' women you Una crops aXse! a clean flannel
inmr thmw the naner into the cask, and whicn l wear, anu who. e ' . , ... tll v-e,.ri,t heavv
uef-ue. i uioiaiii 1" in .v.,.. "v.- hm4.f who ruined bim- Keep tne ciotn cienu mm un: .
prevent visions, specially of ill omen or crack-bwincd cheml for use. the quieker
! i,.,irrt fnnr.leaved clover in self with drink and the se.ircu ior ui -y - iC.tt,vn. n;,uies will be.
;ron ofvour wearing anoarel and philosopher's stone. , , Ihe jewel k r,?nT'& en v of fresh
..j . . . - ,, oneire es was inane nvnimiu UlS lauuia- 0, -, . - .
nrflOII lUl'K Will IIUK1W VUU WlieiUYCl I .- . - .. . . , in ..,-i,.in t ham AftWSCl I ill a UI tt?9 n
- - torv and he assured mc li coiuauieu iaj to ni.i .- ,
S6ur farmers sow their flax on the one f. K emSjSSSr
hundredth day of the ; year; their clover- fluc f k'ies, adding a lump of aium as large as
seed in March, when the almanac sign ism ration th ro ug hout tn e worm f ir eo-r to every gallon of pickles.
ltXZmAi Sclld slowly until they get scalding hot.
noiu last, auu uie iiuu. ""f ! T0 . ao,,a nf ,i,p bones of a suicide-
all cemented with the blood of the chem
ist himself. The stone is certainly a sin
gular composition in appearauce and pe
culiarities. Often I lind it grayish or
irtiizui-1 tiresome sensations causing you to
.,.....oi. u.la tn ho nn vnnr fret or ascend
a flight of stairs, that continual drain that is
: !.,, B..l.ma n I vmir lOrmpr
saiituiii Hum ,viii nun .,1 -
elasticity, and driviue the bloom from xotir
niiAAL-,. ihot nntirimiAi armin iinon Tour uui
forces thnt renders you irritable anil fretful,
mny an ik uifuiimc - .... - ,
of that marvelous remedy. Irreg
ularities and obstructions to the proper
workings of your systems are relievea oy
this mud anu sine hipmih, wiiub vc-m-mn-
.it t ihli'snoonliils oi water.
IUI H ili I'll- " . . .. . ,
Let it remain over a slow hre until the
suo-ar is all melted; then oou ii siowiy
r.T:i !. fruit lunUs elenr: bike out the
niece by piece and lay them on adi.-h.
until tne sirup is umitu nwij - ' V
t.. iniiir in iir siiiii iiiiiii im liii:
rut tiic uu'i' i.a.-T t ------ -
sirup hot. Cover the jars careiuiiy witn
paper, whicn nas previous m.i
! hnti, ci.ii.a iii white of esg; this will
i..;r L-tMiiiincr ond nrescrve the
I .""' r mm' .i.i:.: r
tl-nrnr nt tlie lnneaDDie. I nc auumvu vi
tin. !ni, nt two or three lemons may be
considered an improvement.
rr-i-xfowo PirifiF. first sret a jtoom
niini.r tlion Droeced as fol
tVllIU vinMnaiu - , . . . r- . .
lows : Be careful m picking not to urui.-e
them ; wash them clean ; puck mem m
I . i ..... . : , , i-- nc 1 1 , i, it i r. . fiir the liest. with 1
1 . l Wl 1 VJ J 'I' 1 ii-1 vii' .' "-v . , .
....Ir tn i.mrv iK-ek of DlCkR'S. .Illd
it im misni wnrer ut every o s:a""o
......V.i.i, . ..i a ininiwif nliiiii alarffe as a
IIJIUIVIUO , uiw, -iiii-'i'"' ; - i ,
lien's e-g to every 5 gallons ot pickles.
draw them out. Fences must be made
when the sign is up, else they will sink
, i , IT ...ii,.f Vi.i
UOWI1 111 Uie gTOUlKI. imuwa muni m;
shingled in the down sign, to keep the
nails from coming up. I know a very flue
Ti, .iroriiDv Wrvw I'ut the licrries in
.'i.ai niii.i.i. . - - - -
o l.iriro rlih tn everv pallsn of bSTies
ftniir ill 1 nint of boillns' water. Bruise
them with a mallet, and let them remain
until Jiext day. Strain through a thick
cloth. To every gallon of juioe add 2 J
pounds of sugar. Drain again ai:d put
lulu a wilr ftlPiir the hiiiie- with muslin ,
lil IV a vnon . v - .
,.r it in amnl nlaee. Shake tlie cask
.i.,:i.r .,n-il rurnif-nttinn reases : cork it
uauv uui" ,v . ...v. . .
ti'ht, and by September it will be ready
for use, but improves with age. This
recipe has been followed for ten years, and
never laiieu. nurai ooumencr.
How a Salary-Grabber was Flanked.
rvii n.l rindils. late member of Con-
o-ress from the First District of Ohio, tells
a good stery about a call he recently re-
,n.;....,l of 1,iu fiH!.. frnn i man who claimed
to he an editor from Arkansas. He was a
very seedy looking chap, and appeared as
.i.., i,i, i.o i,.i,l hut rof-piitlv eome off from
about a six weeks' spree. Bowing pro-
foundlv. then striking an attitude, witn
nno imiiil on is heart and the other ex
tending a badly-used plug hat, he ex
ul.,;. in,, I with a lr:ini!itie. air :
Have I the honor of addressing the
IT,... linn I nniliU?"
" My name is Dodds, but I am no longer
an honorable," said tne eoionei.
" Not an honorable ? Dodds not an hon
n.i.i9 Vnw liu st 131111. when I can
ii..f i,An..ct f.ii nn whii'li all the o-nds
LllUL 111'l.v.i t "ii , v. .. ...... r-
do seem to set their seal " (" fJreen seal,"
r. . 1 i. l.!...lf 4k f i,.i.l
nmrmiireil IIOIKIH 10 luuiseii.i imu
"Timt'rt ric-hr" said Dodds: "never
read anything dishonorable. But to busi
Yes, as you say, to business. I am a
printer I might say, with no uiiliecouiing
iiini.1, an .wlitnr 1 am from the noble
1lUOll, V .ill.... .....
btate of Arkansas, the only State, by the
way, aoie and wining io puppwi 1 1
ernnients at the same time. But I have
been unfortunate. Much have 1 been
toss 3d through the ire ot cruel .iuho,
aii-i . . ... ....
Juno how it is yourseit," Drone in uie
ii ii,, tint. .,1 l.v the worlds rude storms.
T-rin cii mi- here a stranded wreck. Sciirce
. 1 It! I .,1 ...rrrn
of my worthy foreman, and sought the
irt-fni vnioa ana cjiim reimus i
irlmm Valley, where mv childhood
.,1 lnrnni nir I KtOIUV'd ill lylllCHl-
i?l 11FI lull. . V nil .' , I'l
nati. I fell into evil company, and but
.a ArlA IT .-1. 4-1.,. T ni.i
why dwell on tieiaus r j-.iiouu ui .un
,.';.1,i..it-,..ii.1 ruined, hroke ! A mark
fnr ennrn tn twiint lllT slOW. Unerring fillg-
AVSli AB W - - "
er nr as i was aootii io mv i"
pair, having given up everything else 1
had, I thought of you. Sir, I am here.
You have not sent for me, but I have come.
x-....M ii.,n. cir ia 1-nnu-n nml honored
X ISlll lllllllV , Oil , iu m.i .. ..
from one end of the great republic to the
Glows in the stars,
Itefrt'shes in the breeze,
Warms in the snn,
And blossoms on the tiers.
u'i.,.1, v..i!nn.il Trmciirr w'W threat-
111111 1111. lllltll'lllll 1 11 1 1. 1 .1 1 '
ened by a horde of greedy Congressmen,
' ll piwu llfvi.- tl ,,.111 ui auiiii.wi. '
the people and those infamous salary-grabbers.
Laid me. a dollar .'"
" My dear sir," the colonel hastened to
renlv. " von mistake the case entirely. 1
All 11 f.f tlltfl ll llu)lC
11 io I'm. vii iui. i ui. iTv , .
"You were!" sras-ning the colonel's
hand warmly. "So much the better!
lAt me congratulate you that a parsi
monious public could not frighten you
out of what was fair remuneration for
your invaluable services. I am glad that
your pecuniary circumstances are so much
better than I supposed. Make it two dol
lars!" And the colonel did. It was the only
clean thing left for him to do. Exchange.
Tubercle Propagated by Milk. M.
Chauveaux has communicated to the
French Academy what he terms a demon
stration of the transmission ot tuberculosis
by the digestive organs. He remarked
that his numerous observations enabled
him to state that if the healthy young ol
animals susceptible ot tuberculosis were
fed with food with which the matter of
tubercle was mixed, they would all ex
hibit tuberculosis in various organs. In
anticipation of the meeting of the Acade
mv, he had purchased some healthy
calves, and, having had them fed as de
scribed, on slaughtering them the sixtieth
day after ingestion, the lymphatic system
was found extensively tubereulized,Vhile
caseous deposits existed in the lunos.
A 1113 11JKTC13 11V. VI. iii-i ii. i. -...1. I
and he is supported in his inferences by i n
nails Irom coming up. 1 Know a very nue i ,5,ii iVi " ,,r tn thp amirehen
old woman, a believer in signs forplanting bhick, tlXXi
nr hVxX"n hVelv tt tluto on a fresh painting... Tlie
,'uvp IharshVouid scarcely0 find them. S
'riniimr must he cut in certain sions to brown a bright russet, tne gray sp.irh.ns
keen it from rottin" Cattle anTho" with innumerable points of stellated trac-
keep it irom rotting, caiue anu nos veins and flocculeut clouds ap-
When tne sigii is up. o witii ii.y. r-------- M uk like the "rained
n--.ii novor f-limh. ('ucumliers must be tne surtace was di.ick iikc u c e '
lanted onthe lirst of May for the first W;r uo hope or
yield, b,-ausethereisalwaysalareerowd gooow, t he nun
ot people keeping uiai iiouuaj. (VeVn0ns of the storm held the glamour
The belief m lucky and unlucky days and f h ; , , t the gtone alld lny.
numbers is equally widespread. Whoever Jf
Happens to nave oeeu uorn o.. any o ..c i wt.U.kn0W that the stone is affected by
unlucky days, unless provided with a talis- . wtHni mnmtions of mv oerson:
man to ward off the evil, must take "pot an . f M d the weathl.r is
luck" and play a grab game all the days , . f m.,Ian(.ho! v fillings, the
of his me. JNO uusiness oi imporu i.ee j. llb,orbs ,y mood am
neglected, readily yield to it, and if its use is
l.la lonorth of time the
speeial cause of these pains is permanently
removeu. ruuun hjui. .11...-, oui-j.y
l. . . 1 . 1 . . ,' .1 . . . 1 rmm in it nnmnllltt. On I i i H
IllaV UC W , f 1 11 1 11 "11 ll"iu i " 1". r" " - .
eases neeuliar to vonr sex, sent on reeeiptof
'. . ' ... : . li . :.... ;a
two stamps, .ny ravorito rrciniii-u-m ia
sold Dy urtipgists.
ii-.. imi'T-a Tnvir la nnt. a nftnaeeft in not
a cure for every tbinji, hut is a eatholieon for
,..,.;i. ,iwpflu,j nil iliiv hv liav ;uMi fresh
imirclii tn its irnwn of clorioiis cuceess. En-
piirmrvi iji.cn mivi 1.-1 in v. ..i, .....,
i.nL-u if ii,. 1uL-aii nn.l rivpr-i. am reritoretl to
their healthv and normal secretions. Health
1 m rn aoj it ll ja n.l I I1III4 II IVI I1EPD
their departure from every hoiisehohl where
Wilhort s Anti-rcnotue is Kepi anci ihk-ii.
rinn't f:iil to trv it. WlIEF.I.OCK. I'LNLAY 4
Co., Proprietors, New Orleans.
For Sale by all Druiksists.
T,m..i-i,w-iu'.-'r w tlir nnlpr of th( (lav.
l.iir ll-' , r..' r,.. . .- v.... " -- .--
Ti. 11 nmiifour ,.i'in,'p in made in the Klniwoo-1
Collar. This is made a little wider than it
M.!i. un as to he in the present siyie. ask
for the Improved tlmwoou.
Feaiih l the amount of money thrown
away in not buying shoes protected by SI L--i-li
TIP'S I'-.. run. a Uf wisp anil insist that
your shoe dealer should keep them.
B IT 8UTID IX TH
Lungs or Stomach. Skin or Bones,
Flesh or NerTes,
CORItrFTIXG TTIK SOLips ASO VITIATING
i ii o. x 1.1. i u,-.
IT IS THE 0!tlT roslTIVE CtKE FOR
Kidney and Bladder Complaints,
rrlniTri(l Womb !!. rrTPl. nubrtrn. prnri-
it, Stonpnire of TVnt-r. liic.mlin. lii r i.i i nnt-.
ltriifhl' rwur, AlbomlliurtA. an.l in nil rr vnro
tlH-rf lire Irl. lt-.liit ni p"ii-; i nr-mc i.n. uuin-....
scroful.01nliilrSw-miiir. llwkliiit Llrr li uuh.
Cancerou Atti-ctlon. hvpliiltlt.: tompUiiiM, lull
ing ot thr Lunif.. lviM.'iit. WttT llm-li. Tic-
nux. w nn swellings, mm", i n.-.. ..-k
Illn.-awi. Murrurial Uwraiirii. lelliiilr (.miibtmu.
C.ou. nropsy. r.i k--t. Salt Kh'-inn. lln-nrhlil-. I on-
niliptlon, liivir oiiipiaiiii". t in i"-
Iimtn,Tuinora,Noarln tor c;in-t ml othrr prt
of the ny-Mi-m, Sorr Fy. Uriuimroiw llH liBrvr
from the Earn, and the worst fori" of frMn I1k-.
Kniptlonn. F-'Ver 8-n-, 8 :i'.il IIph-I. I:ir.n
Salt Khium, KlTBttwli". Arnr. TUm k t-r"!". "onna
... .1... L-I...1. In fK.i 1C.1..I. nml .1, Wiqktltl.tf
III III. I l-nu. i auu " iu i, nil,,,,, ,,-i,,i
and nnlnfal dlnchanr8.Nttrht Swrutt. I.of nf Hprrui.
...jiimiMnf thi llfM nriivt-. are wtlhdl thf
curtiv rtiofre of thit wunwt C Mod'rn "Ui-nitntnr,
and A few days im wim prTr t nny
lor flinfr oi lueac iui uu v f -
to cure them.
Sold by Druggists. $I.C0 per Bottle.
of an (Md
Ul Ills 1111. -v u u ii. i in i.. " ....j
must be commenced on Friday, save that
ot hanging, mmmiug uie nuns 01 outing
the hair, uo not move on saiumay, ior
if you do you will not stay long. rSutur
day is also an espceiiilly unlucky day to be
Thocn cnniiratitloiis beliefs are keilt UD
in the same manner in which they were
transmitted to us from our Scandinavian
ancestors by teaching them to children
too young to question iiieir irutn. viu
miii,ln cit ' hir tir02irlia nnil tell p-bost-
n i' j , i ' , .ii ' j ... ii.iv.v u ------ -- f
stories, until every listening child's eyes
grow large anu glistening wmi ic.u ,
'l'hu, impressions arc made on the
plastic mind which years of study and
I .. .. ; .1. ...I n..ll.
lllieuigeni reasoning u-j iiunumijau.iui
Mitn ' Haw niotiv m.rQOna ft re hfrnid to
vlllC. 1 " ' '".".' j i . i. . . .. . - - . -
go into tlie dark alone or to pass a grave-
i . . i . : t a. ti if ..it wi..vl
yaru in u.e uigiiir xiuw muuj uviu-
irVJI IIVV 4.3 l wj iiiuv-iivf - - -- -
Europe, have their haunted houses, with
local traditions wbicli are related with at
least the affectation of belief ! My interest
in the subject has led me to investigate the
causes of the noises and visions more than
once represented to iiaunt certain places.
In several instances where I have ex
pressed this intention I have been met
with earnest arguments to dissuade me
from making the attempt. Sevenil of these
explorations were made in secret, without
any previous announcement. Such inqui
ries have brought me to the conclusion
that the ordinary noises lieard about
so-called haunted houses are produced by
rats, mice, llying-squirrels, owls, hawks,
bats and other animals which usually har
bor in tleserted buildings. The extraordi
nary noises are made by cracking or de
caying timlx-rs. falling plaster, etc., but
sometimes by thieves, who resort to these
places for the purpose of billing their plun
der, and who si-ek to make the suspeeb-d
i i.i.-.l 1 .1. ..iv..l.i flu, in
Tl :ll-f HVIlltlttl IIV IIIU III-I7I-MT "I HI; .iv.111
rinor nlwnrlis mv mood Slid is aS dull a
myown torpidity. . In the sunshine and
brightness of my own vivacity it bikes
(VnTii i..o th iio-bt. nml rellects the
warmth of my heart. Thus I explain the
philosophy of this strange stone, yet a
li.fnivf t.,;tii iii cnnnrstitinii nmlipsi me. wear
UlLvJllb 1AILU ,1. C"'v ....... -
it as a charm.. E. Xagle, in July Lip-
Honors to American Journalists.
All llian-nrlil Innim hv this tillie that
Mr. liailev has fultilleil the chief purpose
of his mission to England, which was to
settle the unseemly quarrel oeieeu mc
li...itri nml the Duchess ot
Edinburgh. But Mr. Bailey very modest
ly has retrained from stating that as a re-
Vir ti.ii! uirvi.vi tlio Oneeii lnis inude
. . 1 ' . , I iUU 1' ' 1 1 " ' ' V ' " v. I--- C " ,
1 f ... . .....I,, n.ii.rli- I . . ..... ... . 1 .li T.ii-1.
iiuY niuiijr uvisu- him n Kniirnr i;nmmiinuer oi wiu iwm
'I'ha .lntii.fi nre not. onerous : tllCV are
merely honorary ; he does not reallv have
to take commanu oi a uaui-mu ! i'
til a 111 tho enoit mill towels, lie UlUSt.
however, wear a decoration upon state oc-
caslons, anil nereaiter, wneuever un n is i
muster of the Connecticut militia, he will
le compelled to tike tne field on an iron
clad horse, and not only wearing brass
trousers and a galvanized shirt, nut nav
ing upon his head a helmet resembling an
iraw-riiiim 111! lil. It will be a srand and
:..,.i.v.;.,,r onivitnele. nml it will nroliuhlv
be entirely free. These honors f;dl thickly
upon young Americau journalists. I'liij a
-.., ,.in,itliu h-ivii i-hmeil since the Kin-rot
Swmlen made John Kussell Young a
l.-..:l.t if tli llr.L.r nf the H'll.tli Ell
1 1..I i; 1 1 u v. ui v . i , i i
riii.iiif mill thnt. nobleiniin lias taken daily
exercise on the animal ever since. I my-
10.. if .'.iirnulr 1'si'jnieil a somewhat similar
nii, ii.ii i i' j - - I .,
honor. My publishers si-nt a copy of my
book to every sovereign in Europe, Asia
nml Afr "i. nml l nave since leiu iien ulu
hut fnr tiu.ir iinfortuiiafe mistake hi ad
rriirt ljiri.ta giMin imvirliiir niui IllITIfitr I i . r.v liii3niif' uu kSiri-.r
around haunted pliices, whether houses nst,.u,i of "Serene anil Awful rotentaU
nr il-irL- ilisiiiiil retreat, are often curried I f ,i, whnln l-'iirth." that worthv moti-
hv the persons n ferred to, and their occa- ,.i. wnulil lmv-e inmlo me a Chevalier ot
sional iiDiM-anince strikes terror Into the th or,i, r of the Pink Hippopotamus. Thi
hearts of the beholders. Another and more Kj,an of Khiva Is vet to bear from, so
,mn ..inunnf these liinilnous mmear- I tn , i;n i,,,.u. if cnmntliiiiir i,se. It
ances is found in the phosphoric exhala wa8 a narrow escape from greatness, and a
tions arising from the conipost-piles.de- larger salary ; for, of course, once in the
,iv nirt m nr ana iissues oi an kiiios I :i;t,- nn nvm f.in ntiorii low rue ni
'S. nlebeian lriccs. Max Adder.
In one famous naunteti nouse on me
road between Yellow Springs and Xenia,
Ohio, these exhibitions were specially not-
Thc people throughout that region
, . 1 . i i . -i i t :..
i,.,t ,i,i i,.,t l.,t ilii'in boil: take them out
o.i.i i..,r tri..m in a. ston i.ir. iisiiisr cinna-
UUU nil i - - J ' i ,
I,, nr chiv.'s to suit the taste. Mireau i
7. nir..i,-iii nf snc-'ir to 1 srallon of
pickk-s, over them; then pour vinegar (not
too strong) over mem. i ins me.u m
il v fur nci. amin If niixle in this W.1V
thev will keep for months, and be as plump
and sweet as me nay uiey weie iul uij.
,-,i.iir..r ulinnlil nnt he too stronsr. as
that would make them sour and destroy
the taste of the sugar.
The Coming Age.
-in . n,il.;,inl nn.l rt.:nn.i;lll V fLS it. IS
V711 III1S SULIJ1.1 i., in. v. . " -.' -
nrested hv the possible exhanstion ol
the coal liekU ana uie confluent ummc
01 .nTKinu, ItHi oaiumay jxcoicw nuiwiui
There are changes ucyoiui uie iut.-i
if moi, tn nrrcst. anil, loll"- DCIOre OUr
Ul 1 1 1 1 1 1 a a tn a- 7 - n .
lanet has dropped into the sun, it win
. ...ii. i.,i.. ,-.i .i..
have become an unsunauie wwuc ij;
ilio.l lu.in.rs l'roliab v the mot IllglllJ
nr,r,mii.ii animals would be the first to
feel the change, and would slowly tiepan
from the scene, to leave the world in its
second childhood, and allow the 'mon
strous ell, who was once uie ruier, io a
i,;. ni.i iirf.iiiineniv.' Before that
1-1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 J V ' 1 . J1'. ... . -
happens, however, it will be as well to
prepare ourselves ior uie coining t.ein..
'ri.,1 l.iat am. nf ni-.in need not be merely a
rendition of his barbttrous infancy. Some
i . ... i i i ... 1 1 ,.i. .
of the lessons wiiicn ne nas ie;unt uus-"
enable him to decline with dignity, and to
.i ii .,l- n il limit iweoniiiiir ierocioii.
j;iun iii.iiv ..i.i.v.i.v ---
There might be consolations in ineoiu n:
of the race. Our remote ilesecniiantswin
:. .,1, ....I 1... i n iii'inv raiKis tor humilitv. in
111111. tit Univ. H.I...J iT . .
their time the material advantages ot civi-
i;-..r;nii ii-ill hnvp rhsanneareu. Ihev will
nms.nm ii mil wnv eno-ine or a frasrment
of telegraph wife as mysterious imple-
nionta whii'li bad a meaninrr to tne an
cieuts ; and will visit with reverence tne
mouths of those large caverns irom which
the extinct mineral was formerly extract-
.i fnr nnmwi of fuel. Possibly, indeed.
fionif. nf our machines will be invested
itii entwirt tions awe : tor snnersuiion
""" i , , , . - ,i.
......i .t i . orrri I pn klllll. l.s n yiuniii
1 v . i ii t, iiv.iiiuvi. .- i i
which has not yet been extirpated, anu
which mav possimy tie expecteu io im
forth new' developments as the intellect
" For not only mechanical contrivances.
but the intellectual achievements of our
ii.itr will heeome unintelligible as tne
vim.r Ai t i.imiw i it liirs. in t lie nius
nmi! nf tli'lt ll'lV them will lie Dreserved
siiecimens of examination papers, and men
,. :n tiii i.ir.h nther with wonder that in
lllll Ullllllii -
nnt nnlv the most learnctl. but
even lads who were plucked at the univer-
oit;..;: wnm uh to ii iHiersiaiiu uiose in s-
terious symbols. As the impulse wluch
fnrmerlv created the line arts decline;
. a . . t. aJ 1 lw
our (li'scenuanis win ue nTiuiw mfc
imitation, and then.
-i,.,,,,!".,!!;,,, .'vi,ii that .litem ut. will be con
4... .linn r. , ,. ..i.i..
r.,nt tn -ii in re snell relics a inev are aim-
..1 i-i-.i in those ilavs railicals and
i.mwi.rvat ives will change "places. Men of
ft oiinnrii no tOinp.T.U.irnr Will Ui:tb il
imiv ..till I U TW. silili- to keen alive for a
few I'enerations the arts and the political
and philosophical theories bequeathed bv
a more vigorous race; while the deeivond-
,,t i.n.i m..hiiw'liolv will aciiuit'see in
hanovs from which it will Ik- generally
....i. ..i;.i.l th'it mi riMil itiiiirovement t"tu
be anticipated. War, it may tie hoped,
..-.ii l... .i;..mii-ini.i riiM.iii4i- tne iiol ikis-
tini in- in.-, ,i. .-V .... - I
li.inj ..i,..i-..,f..riLii.. il'.vouthlul develop-
nient will grow gradually weaker, and the
wisest stau-sman will admit that the near
est approach to stagnation is the greatest
blessing whicn can e anucipuieu.
lllllliinruo j t . . - - - -
the ground and conical or rounci, nery,
cloutl-likebead in the air, took tlie shape
of a worn in. Crimson and livid blood
like spots and streaks were about her neck
and scattered over her dres.s. She waved
her hands, and her hair floated about in
clouds of light, while her eyes glittered
like the cold moon. Kising slowly from
her hideous lied, the spectre moved hither
and thither, as if the wind toyed with her
and she cared not whither she was taken.
At l'.dt- cVia ctorri-1 aa if tn visit mf in IDT
miu tic is i-ii i i 'i iv v. i . - , . -
apparently independent series of expeii-j retreat; then turning a corner of thesta
. Vvt. Tr K'lnhe. in (ier- ble. she neariv iliKanneared. there being
many- 1 notlnng left visible but a dirtV-wmtetxaii:
I ni a novel character
hasrei cntly la-en cut through, In order to
d. The people throughout that region make tne apprmicn w uc
..:tfl tn c.umiIi- ohnnt the nl-ir-n mill it.s briil-'e. near t lllcllinatt. It Was CMueuii
pecubarities were mentioned in whisiiers. the debris of a huge sacrifice of children.
I. . i...,l .... I ....- I A cnn.tfi luililltV.tlvn flH'f. In ll!lIlH'ter llStl
llenCC my Clirittsnv as ui"iisi:ii, iutii ni i "-j --- , ,
nmnarin o-nivsi lf to resist anv danger that ben covered with an immense heap ol
ini-htoccnr'fromthepreseni-cofdesiicrate wood, then it wjis set on tire, awi uw
characters, 1 proceeded to the place and children were probably tossed iu, , 01 w bj
tliat .iritis, a I I om.li.nt. Slier lllfli tO Molocll.
proviucu an exix-iicm, iii km iih " --- - ,
the premises. It would have been a tell- The heat was evidently intense and long
ous business to wait until midnight, the continued, as .me groumi i.iainy, t-w
" -.j . . i.. .I.- niivi nf v n i-nt. eontlasrnition. As
time wnen gnosis are muu luni-insir. uux urc " i i. . i j
I did not have to wait long. About eleven soon as the sacrilleo was eomnleted and
o'clock a warm stream of air blew up the fire hail died out, the remains of the
. m . i. - i. .ro nil r-.il.eil tnire.tlier in thecen-
trom tne souin over a erccav nti a i mi- iiwum . ; "7. . , ,
ter of a mile or more of rich, black, ter, and men the mouna was .red m a
warm bottom-land. As the vapor struck very remarkable way, ron was orouyui,
the hillside it condensed, and little flying apparently by different tribe., from (litltr
Snsof mist flew hither and thither, entities : -'1 -.r-
Ibe warm air iingercu over ?.m - ",t:;,M,,l,le. There-
niented an old pile 01 compost, uecajniK cm: uiim n..-....,, , . .. .,,,
straw, an a few old boards that were ly- mains colleetecf consist niostiy of jawg and
. " r.i .1 - rt,w totv, nf .hililron. A nu-reed-tooth Of a
insranout. men lucre anoo iwi , , v , t .,
luminous boily. which, with its base on nxlent was louno. wmcu ""-""J
hm-n iiwd as an ornament. - The remains
will be placed in a museum at riainville,
.Holland, with its .3,515,310 well-educated
inhabitants, has 1,004 booksellers,
307 hand-press printers, and US printers by
. i vinoru-rmnnufactTirersand whole-
Z i nr: sr bnnkbinders. 61 mil
sicsellers; 4vS print-sellers, and ia map and
world is there so lanre a nnmlK-r of book
h thi total Toiiuia
tion. Scotland, perhaP wou,d take the
tin, Wi viimr'i RnnTirixrt Strvp la thi nrp-wrirt-
t..i nf nna rtf tt.n huat Vl'mull I'llVMi.'illTUl Atlll nrsl8
i in the United Statea. aud h:.a bvra nsrd for thirty
years wtlh Brvcr-laillnrranirry aim auccoaB or min
or our wpcfc old to the Adult, tt rorri-rts aridity of
n.n atnn.'irh n'lii-vt- wind co'.if. rrsulutca the bow
els, and (rtves rrat. health, and eoinfort tonioth-raud
i.ii,i -tr.. ti..liivj It tn h ttir Ui-at am! Surr-tt llt'me-
ily in tlif World lu all taw- of DTSENTfcK and
IH.r.i:HUiA IV CHILD HEN, mhether it arises fn-n
Taclhiiigor from any other caui. lull di mi ions
for UBiiig will accompany each liottle. one Ui-nnme
miles the fac-siiuile of CL'HTIs ft PKIIEINS Is on
the utti'le wrapper.
Sold bt allMkdicinb DeALKits.
hililrm Often Look Pule ami Siek
From no ether cause than having worms i:i the stom
BUOWX-S VKKMIFfOE COMI'ITS
will destroy Wuruis without injury to the child, being
perf-'liiy W'llkTE, ami tree irom an coninns or uini-r
j-irinus ingredients usually use-i in worm prepara
CTKTIS & BliOWS, rroprietora.
No. M Fulton street, Xew Tort.
6'.f,l ly brvrwi't and ChembiU. and Dtalrr in
JfJidllt"-, at I ESTY K1VI CkSTH A 1.0X.
Ye Olit Mexican Mtaatang Liniment has
produced more cures of rheumatism, neuralpla.
sprains, scalds, burns, salt rheum, sore nipples, swell
inn, lameness, chapped hands, poisonous biles, stings
bruises, etc., etc., on men. women and children; and
sprains, strains, galls, stiff Joints, Inflammation, etc..
in beasts, than all other liniments put together, It
will do hat is promised or Te money refunded.
Reanimating the Hair. When the halt
cea-es to draw from the scalp the natural lubricant
which 1 Its sustenance, its vitality Is, as it were, sus
pended, and. If not promptly attended to, baldness
will be the certain resnlt. The one Btire method ot
avoiiUnsrstich all unpletistint catastrophe Is to nse
Lton'b KATHAntox. which, when well nibbed into
the scalp, will speedily reanimate the hair and pre
vent It from falling out.
The Secret of Cni4 tvatlon. Features o.
Grecian mould, a well-tnnied neck and beautifully-
rounded arms, are no doubt very nice things to hTe,
and ladies who possess these charms have reason to
be thankful to Mother Xature; yet, after all, the most
captivating of all womanly charms Is pore, fresh
and brilliant complexion. This anperlative fascina
tion any lady may secure by using llAoaji'a Maqso-
The Grand Revolution rs MratrAiyTKKAT-
antxT which was commenced la 1869 is still lu peofl--
Xothing can stop it, for It l founded ott the
principle, now universally at knewledgcd, that physt
cal vigor is the most formidable antagonist of all hu
man ailments, and experience has shown that Plaj-
TATtontTTzB-iisapccrlesa tnvigorant, as well as
the best oosslble safeguard against epidemic diseases.
The Cheapest and lest Medicine for
family Use in tne worm;
ONE 60-CENT BOTTLE
KTl T. ri KR MORE COMPLAINTS ASP PRKYF.NT
TIIKSYSTKM A.iAINST SI UllKN ATTACKS OK
ONK HlSOKRI) LOLLABS KM'KSDFI' K-K
nTHFit MkDlt.rXkS oil ilEDli-AL AITLND-
THK MnMFVT HADTAys HEAPT IIFL1FF IS
AITUKO KXTKI1N ALL V Oli T VKKN IN Tr. li.
JJVL1.Y A ( il;llNU Tll KIKKt TlllNS-i'MN
FKOM WllATEVEli CACE. CtAtS TO EXI.-T.
IMPORT AXT. Miners, Farmers, and others r.-i-l-lnt
in sparMjly-aettled di-triet-. wliere it is ilinVult to
secure the nerviees of tdiysiciun, KAI'wAi H
KEADY liELIEF is Invtlualile. It tan tie used wiih
positive aiirnee of d'.iiiK u--d in all ea- where
fain or discomfort is experienced : or if aeied wiih
nlluenza, llinlithena. hor Tlinmt. it;t I om:ii.
Iliiarseriesa. Hlliuus Colic, InlViieination of the H.-w-
els, stomach. Luii(ts. Liver, Ki-ln- js: i-r with roup.
Oilinsy. r ever una AKue; ur.im .-ieui..,i;i.., n".-.-aehe,
Tic-liouloun ua, Toolhaehe. K-ini- lie; or Willi
Lnmliaito, l'ain in the Hack, or lUieuinatisni ; -r with
lMarrhira. Cholera Morbus or Djsentery : or witn
Hums, tjeainaor rruis": or . '. :.
Spasms. The application ot KAliw Ai I.I.AI'i
LEI.IEF willenre you of the worst of these com
plaints in a lew hours.
rT..n,.rini in .,.lf i fiinih'rr of writer will In A
few moments cure ( KAMI'. SI' XSMS. h -ri: i-ToM-
At H, Ufc.MtlHl ti. pi- r. Ii r..i '. VI n r.. v , '
l;lll!, DVSfcSTUlT, CiLI . Wlsl IN IHt.
BHWF.i.S.and all INTERNAL I'AINs.
Travelers slinull alwavs currv a buttle or I.AIl
TIVS KKA0Y LKl.lr.F with them. A few droimin
water wlil prevent iekues or puns from rhange of
,i.r it i. better than French Itmudy or Hitters as
Sold by Druggists. Price, 50 Cents.
REGULATING PILLS !
Perfectly tafitclnn, eifr.intly rofttcil with wspt mm,
purpc.rrpulatt!, purify cU-auHfami trrnKth'U. !A I -WA
YS 1'ILLS. Imp Hit cur tif ;U ili-.nRT of th
Ilimaril, l.ivrr, powriri, ninii'-o, .! iri , -"t-T
getloD, ly8pvpsii.,BlIt-n". Hitiouu Fever, Intlaiii-
IimtlOnOI tne uowcis.l iiri. :iuuan L-r.iiiK--u-iin ui
the lutemal Viw-ira, Warriitpl t efli-,1 a Mwitivo
cure. Purvly Kftabl. r-niUiuiiii; no HUTcury,
mtnera!9or HeU'lerinu iriit.
J.P Miner ; Hir l"i iie ini'miiio rsuiuiift num
Dworttrrn of the Dipstiv.- orvnn:
ConHtipation, luwanlPitfH, r u11iih of thi Floa
in tha iix.il AriiMrv rf th SToiniu'h. Vauvi. Heart
burn, IHsgyt of I-ootl, Full pa!- of WriUt lu the
T0niflcn, rour tnifiain'iif. .-iiir.nn; ui r ui -i ihk a,
the Pit of the Stonim h. hwinnntnij f the H'-ad. llur
rled and It!tlcult Hreathtnif, Fluttortn at the HV.irt,
( hoWinj? orsufftH'arhis M'U-tJi tions when lu a hrtng
PoMur-, Diinnoes tit ViMun, Uots nr Wrlm hfnr thj
ipht. Fever and IMUI r.un in ine tiftni. i"1 nrmii-y (
PerspiratioD. YellowiieHH uf tlie Skm and Fv-. Pain
In the Side, Chest. Liinhd, and sudden tlu-hca at
A leW llO 9 Ol l,lll"-.ll lll.l.--- win i.v.; mw
tyutem from all the above-named tlnKir-ler.
Price 25 cts. per Box. Sold by Druggists.
Read "FALSE AND TRUE."
e. n.l nn. wtur.atamn to H ADVVAY TO.. 33
Warren utreet. Sew York. luformation worth thou-
laads will uc sent you.
VTHKN writing to advertisers please mention me
1 1 name oi tins yaycx.
and'dealers in Needles. Tuckers. and attachments for
all .lounie-inrru s?cw n-as .-. -v ...;.
die sent to any po.tofllce address on reteiptot m eta.
. ...... E i.i- ii.ith uTft want, d t,ooils sell
ai.l.rlit lm n.r iient. nrofU clear. Hon't
wait, hut send 25 cts. lor samples aii-i cir-
Clilars to fclJUi NuVKLTl IU., lllieaiio
, Civil Rights In Toledo.
Kuri itlire ills way 23 crtits to any part
oi iiu ruv."
This w.-it tlio theme of a sable liacknian
,it u fiif-mit lilllilii tr'itlll-ritl-r.
"Only 2" mits to nny part ob tie city,
ll-.li n L-iii-ri.l-n Kiill V" Alltl ihll.S he Uf-
,....t.i.l i.-.ii ti'icino rr-iil lt-m:in.
ir..coniiv a u-pIiIhtpskiI. irentlemanlv
aiipcariri"; colored mail came up, when, ml
I to call out
tk il aa, lilt. aaaa-L - - - -
the " rpiarters," and tnnid oo as not to
look the ecntit-iuiin m i" "e.
ut ..-..iiT.i lii-o mrrinfre." Paul the
4r waa 1.L-0 trt Ma to the Boortv
House,'' stepping nearer and speaking
luiuler. , -
" N'o, ih ; it's a private kumilp.
4i tiiMit. wrr.ti wirrv Ti-asen pers T
"Sometimes I does, sah, and 60tuetinies
w ..I. tiirninffaWiiVaain.
1 unit l. r-ii , j . -
" How nioeh to drive me to the Boody i
1. nn .l..llnj ciili " . tT '
But the gentleman got in. and seemed to
disDlav his fate at the window as much a3
possible as tney urove aiuna iu su.
Butiinasrine the driver's disgusted look
when the gentleman- Irclped himself out
and hanuell a quarter ur ins la.c, atiu,
1 intn the hotel.
He w as no other than Prof. Iircoiae o.
ll'.d. nntnn whrVen lift hn t-en Sltent lu
t.ioi.y.iiiir ami in i-ftiirfs to eh-vate his nice.
Kl" .1'"' M.. ...
Di.N.l.i.1 mm m. Tlm..lM. Tn V-Hl tTlP t0W
cia 110 ine.r iiuij wi u iui. i.giiinu.r v. - v.. .
perle.-t health is impossible. Theref ore, when dtaor-
uerou, control inem Luimeaiateiy wun
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer ADerieni,
th most srenlal balsamic and effeetlvs laxative and
.Iterative known to the medical crvteaiion. Sold by
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ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS,;
(S riTFIT UM Hn ARIL
At re-lnee-l ori.es. Price list free. Address
H L. LuCEWliH).7"iiN.5iht.,st. Louis.
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) I J. lars tree. .1. W -jktii A Co.. gt. Loiijs.Mt.
H. 11. LKWIS, 'l V liiii:..ii v.. t. Louis. Mo
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Bi;TT:KH. eli-l l..reirei.lrs.
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NI'PPLIEI." Thr Kiiur oi B.-ew.t p
ColorLliroiuo iree. t,onuui--i - v-...
! hest .ie-iKtis at lowest cost.
aS a..n,l I'nr elrei lars. Nation
al School uruiture Co.,"l Chestnut St., Bt. LouU.
aaaP45"Per Day puafsntoen
WOKAW to the RESCUE.
A MTOBT OF TUB "SEH CBl'SADE."
TO IDTIITO' lt0"t nd ret,M book-. on
i Ui IlUinUU U the most retnarkablenpri-iinit.
of modern time, a tttiinaiul to hi."A-Tae
and 1 tx-a ihts. a? "i"' """" "if Trl'T 7 .
prtbl, and sell Hits wildhr.. Publiahad at a low
r . I J m1 r' ii I at t IOfl
Pri-nH-tAmiMriaiMM. h-l to cirrnlU It. Cook
DieteMnt9 outfit maild oo receipt of I-M.
Ua.131 I'll I rilaiAaWUAJiW v.an---w
Why 1VU1 Von Puffer
To all person off-ring
from Rheomatiani. Jieuralirla,
Cramp In the Umb ston
aefc. Biliona Colic, rain In the
back, bowels or side, ws would
say Tub HornrnoLD Fajiai.
axd Familt LTatntxT is of all
HOUSEHOLD ' o'hera remcr 'on wnt
for Internal and tJternal use.
It has enrd the abore co:a
plainla In thonsanda of cases
There Is no mistake about It.
Trytt. Sold by all Drngilsta
To Millers and Engine Owners.
To nearly doobleyonr steam power and '''"'
also, address J. T. TALLA.ST, BurkJiiftn. Iowa.
AGENTS "IV HTED. M-n w "mn
eekor$l'H forfeited. 7V. .v-r't "r'f?
at once toCOWES & CO.. EigntH streetjlejrjorlt.
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Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
- .k .la-.a. 1 LA f
and Is n (tenerai u--c -f " j, 1.0ua
rivwrs In every lrif .r"'M X iv v V
SoTd erywiiere. lBce. jjCrtlamlt at.. X. X.
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UOW to mate MOr.l " v"
M. i-BAJ5CJi 4 CO.. Bum.
N t W ItiS i. b St.. Phlla-ielp
" . nr dar at hone. Terms Free. Addr
$5 g $20 Ta fe"o Co.. Portland. Maine.
- , .n.iiiir n e ad-lressor ten r-er--ns. with
ANY I w -iii re- e.ve, jr, a lH-a,..i:ul Cliromo
r I and inslmctious how to net "eh.iepa d.
DHL ' " " Co.. booth 8t St.. Phlla.
SUCCESS BFV0N0 COMPrTTT10l. 55
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BIAIB al 1-lkST PRKMICIIS WITMia
. ai'dmia. ..r."i
irrn'rtV Ka.'tT ma-te hT aellins; TEAS at
MOrSfjl IHPi'Klf.lt' P KICKS or Ket'lliK
11 r Clut-5 In Towns and onntry. ior the oldest Tea
to laanier ea. Greatest m-li-eepients. Send for
clrei-lar. Cantk.i Tea t o., lm Chambers St., Ji.Y.
A.S.K., 8.L. SO-f
6RAND B1DLK COMBINATION ; COMBINATION
BOOKLIsT; Map, Chart and Framb Combination.
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