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TKOS. B. BOGIE, Elltw nil Proprlitor.
Aft la th Miiy wmfnff amir
t w aland tbmiifti blnmniair a-artlm bnvnl,
- yhm purpt pinlm and panaic firw,
AM imm apnrkled IB iht drw.
Ty . eo Vvrf It fn Mr iffft,
I iIh Ii1 the r4 nnr and Hie white,
And with full hand wandtrd down
Vfctl) I racbfd the feiiay loaa.
TWe i-nwwd , lilts a a warm of W.
fnm i-anrd children, en-in; "PlraatM
t. ptaM fire W a flower:" And M
had u let my trftaaare go.
1 wart thi-ta, rTT m. wt;
Hut aotw-how all th ion, warm day,
"Thnao nrtwrn Tr-attMl Jt as awrei and bright
A if Ihry tun mnrv tn mr lpht,
Jfrj, AT. Hmdti im Jr. MdtoJnt.
AN AWFUL FIGHT.
A Cotpbat Between a Tlg-or and a
After mi encampment of two W(mVi
at Bangalore, we moved to the north
West for thirty mile, unci mailt a new
ramp on a creek wliiih emptiei. into
the lauvrry river, twenty miles beluw
tl. There hnl bwn no shootiiijr done
In thin !ipij;hiMrlnod fir many years,
for the rcnann that a fi ver plnpuo hail
rarried off hunttrcilA (if the native and
ltopnUtel ninny of the , illngcs.
ttaine had had nn 4ipMrtnnity Ut in
rwase, and we hail reason to look for
ward to some exriliitK )m A native
.mnter. living near Serinpapatam, and
who wit with ii hi charge of the sr
ntl had been told lij good authority
that lion and tip-r lind come into the
fthiuidnncd tUtiict until they were an
plentiful an hnreft, and tlint wc should
find a hunter' paradise.
We pitched mir camp on a rleared
jmt on the right brink of the creek,
whirh had two feet of water in It and
waft alMiut ten feet wide. It was a
hilly country all alMMit us, with the
ground fairly well tiii,lnif 1. Half a
mile In-low u was an almndoned native
village, nnd many acre of ground
which had once Uen tilled wert now
prnwn tip to luih and we4d. We went
into camp alxuit an hour lefore ftun
down of a summoi'a day, and thu tcutA
had not yet been pitehexl when one of
the natives routed out and kilted a
poiftoiiiHift anake ten feel lotifr. and an
other declaml that ho anw ft panther
moving in the thicket across the creek.
We cut down the amaller trees and
1mhe and built a Rtrong ineloMire for
the rid i up horeand pa k nnininU, and
then ran a breastwork of bruh clear
around en nip. Alionortiper could clear
It at ft iMiund, but neither bea.t ever
enter an incloxure off hand. He mum
lie pre od by hnnper, or deneimte
tilth rae It hnd jn4 come to In? twi
lipht, and we were Mill work in r at the
north aide of the ineUiMiiv, when the
(ai t Hint we had tj frame at hand was
proved in a aorrowful way. A native
you ne; man about Mventen t eam of
ittfe, who wn one of the bruh rultcrs
waseiinped with others about J0 ftet
from where we were at work. It was
the laftt load to W brought, and he was
Inst of nil. He w as picking up hi load
when a tijrer sprnnp upon him from the
bushea. Kvery one of us heaitl the
f narl of the U-t and the cry of the
man, anil, indeed, there was the whole
aocue rip.it before our eyes. The vic
tim, as he w as hurletl to the earth, f.-ll
wptm his face. The tiper seemed to
turn him over three or four times, and
then seized him by the shoulder and
tnrttal off wilh him not into the
thicket ripht at Jmnd, but aero SWU
fwt of Tfectly open pround towartl
for a few second all of us aeemod
turned to stone. 'Then there was s
rush for the rifles, which were fortun
nately uenr at hand. There were three
or four old soldiers and tiper huutern
with us, and their presence of mind
brought alnmt the death of the leanL
Some of us would have hesitated to
lire, know-in r that our bullets would
be as apt to hit the servant as the tiper,
hut two or three men shouted for every
body to blaxe away, and live or six re
ports followed one auother in quiek
succession. Those meii reasoned that
the native was already mortally hurt,
and that U would le better for him to
die at once by one of our bullets than
to be carried off :id eaten alive. 1
have personally known of four or five
cases w here men have been seized by
tigers, and I have talked with hunters
who knew of many other enscs, and
there was only a single instance where
the victim escaped the fatality of the
spring. When the tiger leaps he also
strikes with his forepaw, and the blow
The beast and hii burden were
about half way across the oK-n
when they fell in a heap; the tiper
was up agaiu In a second, whirled
around like a lop, and then, with a
lien growl, he seized the native again
with his teeth and resumed his progress.
We were advancing as we tired, but the
tiper did not increase his pace by a
hiM'ond, and between the reports of the
rifles we could hear him growling In a
savage wanner. Handing my empty
rifle to a servant, I drew my revolver
and ran full at the animal from an
angle, determined that he should not
eseape. He bore off a little to avoid me
as 1 opened tire. I knew I hit him, for
I saw hiir. wince, but he kept straipht
xio. vn to the bank of the creek, and after
tJlttlly b g new hold of his burden be
uatv OiitfliL spring, lauded on the other
side aud fv into a heap, dead. The
servant cross! and brought over both
bodies. It was i Hh the native as the
tiger hunter had -Hispocled. In leap
ing upon him the animal had given
hira a blow which bloke his neck. The
one cry we heard was alt that he ut
tered. When we came o look hit dead
body over, we found that four of our
bullets had hit It, but he w;ta dead long
enough before a hot waa tired. In the
rae of the tiger, he had Itcen hit ui
times, and three of the bullets had
reached vital oU. One of his for.
leg was 'ji oken, aud he had carried hit
burden the last thirty feet aud made
the spring aero the creek on three
The next day was uhercd in wilh a
di i.liug rain, and it was nearly de
rided not to huve any general Ijeat- up
for game, but to overhaul anus and
trapping aud make ready f'T the next
day. bKtti after breakfa&t I took my
repeating rifle and navy revolver, slip
ped some extra cartridges into my
pocket, atul set out alone to have a
look at the deserted village below us.
'l warn you to be careful sir,' cat
ti oiled a native tiger slaer a I passed
the Mti ou wliirb he was mending a
1U. I have no fear, and the wild
beast will be asleep thi morning, auy
how. bome may not, he answered, with
a dubious shake of the head, aud he
waa looking after me as I eulercd the
I had forgotten to aay that d uri ng the
1 night we were greatly disturbed by the
noises aiuuud us. We kept several
large fires go ng, aud while thee pre
vented marauding boa ts fruiu coming
i Uto near, the glare probably attracted
litem Ui the locality. One rutild dis
tinguish the spit of the panther, the
auari of the tiger, and the voice of the
lion; and added to these were the howl
y ti wolf, U chatur U the t; re a, ,
and the yelp of the Jm -kal. Trnlr,
had slrnek a rich fina. IMven out of
the other ditrirts the lest creation
had made their way to this, and the
sound of ft hunter's rifle had not been
heard here for vears.
1 had not pme a onnrter of a mile
from ramp when ft large black snike
ran hissing awav from mv feet, ami I
heanl a ild beat of some sort making
tta way in the thicket. These were
proof thnt I could not lie overpnideiit,
and thereafter I kept my eyes shout
mo ami my vine ready for instant serv
ice. J lie village w as strung along
the creek for half ft mile, but the first
hut I came to was an Im loMire that
had been ued for a council Koue.
The four walls were of adobe, while
the roof was thatched. There wi
really hut three wslls, one end lctng
left oien except a slight return of each
snic wail. 1 ins ojn-n spus waft at
1cnt twenty feet eros while there
was nmm enough inside for ll pople
lo sit or stand, jiic open end looked
back In the direction 1 had come, and
twenty fret away was the Ircgitmingo! a
wall which extended for aUxit ?Wifeet
ltw asalmut four feet high, made of
adobe, and I could not make out for
whatpurpoe it had lawn erected. If
an enemv had Iwen cxtterted to atv
proach from r!t or wet this wall
would have U-en a gotnl lire.itwork, al
though its left flank could have easily
I ft-HMl there for tliree or four min
utes scanning the interior of the build
ing, and then walked to the further end
i f it. There was a couple f whitened
skutl on the ground, and 1 pave one
of them a hick. As I did so an insert or
ft reptile of onie mrt issued forth with
great wifinew and stung orbit me
on the left w rit. It movement were
o rapid thai I could not say whether
flew or pnng at me, I slmtdr
caught ft glimpse or two of ft dirk,
hairy object, and then Mi the pain.
which w a ns severe as if I had been
touched with a red-hot iron. I car
ried an antidote for Insect and reptile
poisoning. Near the great doorwav
wa a block of wood, and I went to it,
pulled off my coal, puhcd up my sleeve.
inu examined the wound. J here was
tut one puncture, but it had drawn
blood, and the fleh was rapidly
reddening. I brought my arm up
and sucked awav at the wound for
two or three minutes, and then applied
(lie antidote and wraniied ft bandage
aliout it. I muM have drawn the pi.n
lit, but n evert; cles I soon found mv
sclf as weak a a balo, and my head
seeiwd four times too large fur my
body. Indeed. I was afraid to stand
up for fear that my body would not
support the bead. This feeling began
to go away in about fifteen minutes,
and I was jut congratulating mvself
on my lucky escape when 1 turned my
eyes to the north, or toward camtw
The sight thrilled me like an electric
shock. Close lieslde the wall, on the
left hand side, was a tiger, a routing
big fellow, w ho had seen fifteen years
of life. On the right hand side", and
also close to the base of the w all, was a
medium sized male lion, and the atti
tude of bo'h plainly showed that they
had been stalking me. It was a still
hunt, and I w as the victim. The liou
had come out of the buh to the rizht.
and the tiger had come out of a
t hi (Set to the left and crossed the creek.
Neither animal could have seen the
other, and thus they were not aware of
each other! presence.
Jlad 1 remained in the building with
my back to the door another moment
one of the beasti would undoubtedly
have crept close enough to make a
spring. When I turned aU-ut and sat
down on the block of wocdthe movement
upci their calculations and made them
timid for the moment. Under eeitain
circumstance any w ild beast loses heart.
A move which is a surprise and not
clearly understood will make enrs of
them at once, and a seeoad move will
put them to ignominious flight When
I pot sight of the beaMs the lion
had half turned, as if to sneak awav,
while the tiger was crouched a gain it
the wall, and apjiearod hame-faccd.
Had I risen up and swung my hat and
yelled both would have bolted, but I
must confess that, taking my pain and
and the general situation into account,
I was badly rattled. I couldn't think
jun what ought to be done, and there
fore did nothing. This, after a moment.
encouraged the liat. and then came
such a situation as few men were ever
placed in. I had opportunity to see
here, a lion aud a tiger apprnachifig a
victim waiting to lie struck down. I
have womlerei a thousand times what
could have come over me to si. there :
with my gun within reach and my re
volver in its hoUtcr and make not the !
slightest move to save my life, w hile j
those fierce brutes crept nearer and I
uearer. I think the poiton benumbed j
and mi pi tied me to a certain extent. I
'J hat is, w hile mv brain was never more !
active and my eye-eight keen, I fell
helpless to move, and my mouth was
as dry if had the fever. I knew
my peril as fully as any one could, but
when I thought of grasping my rifle
and sighting it the exertion rcouired
discouraged me. ,
The lien was the bolder of the two. 1
Alter making up his mind that I could
not harm him, he held his head up,
swung his tail about, and advanced at
a slow pace, J was under cover, and
he might have eupccu-d a trap. But
for this he would hate probably made
a nihh. The tiger displayed exae'ly the
same characteristic! a a cat c reeping
UKn her prey. He crept, crawled,
twisted about, and sought to shelter
his body behind he klightest tuft of
grass. He did not however, Uke hi
eyes off me for the tenth of a second,
ami the nearer ho came the more his
great lipx parted to show his yellow
U-eih. lie was as supple as a make,
and nothing could be more graceful
than his movements. I could see his
tremendous muscles quiver as he mov
ed, aud I remcmW of what power he
mut have in hi leg. It was all of
ten minutes before the beasts approach
ed the jMiint whre they ivali.l each
other's presence. You would have
thought, with only ft wall separating
them, that Ihey must have hcaivl or
scented each other. The fact that thev
did not w as probably owing to the
teiteu.cnt under which they labored.
rv and by the lion wai almost at the
end if the wall, aud near enough for
his oi ing. He crouched dowu,
sw itched hi tail in a menacing w ay,
and I plainly saw his talon dig iute
the earth at he guthered his muscle)
for a greateflo-t. While there was ft
settled deleniiitritiou on his part to
make food of me, there was a certain
trepidation of his eueral demeanor.
It wa plain that he w-s niytiucd, but
his fertx-iou. nature pre. ailed.
The tiger kept nbrcat of the liou,
aud he wa the liir to take the alarm.
U? evidently scented the lion, fjr he
reared up, tunned the air. snu then
flung out a paw and pal like au anrr
cat. This n de staHh-d the liou, aud
he lose up. showed hit teeth, and took
his eyes oil me for the firt time.
Kither animal uould entity have Ic iwd
the w all, but neither attempted it. The
tiger took on a fiercer look aud drop
d some of his stealth, but the Hon
reachial the end of the wall
fimt, uttering a roar of defiance
and etideutly exp ctiu? to meet an
enemy. The tiger was four or live feel
from the end of the wall, aud the move
he made was quick that my eyes
could not follow It. As the hou a head
showed around the wall the big cat
aad a lf uiuii'f ri"ft aud th uot
instant the two were rolling over and
over at my feet, fighting as only snc
lieasts can fight, and growling In a
manner to make my hair turn cray. It
was then that strength came back to
me, and I rose up, but Instead of rush
ing away I ran back into the building.
Reaching the rear wall I stood there a
prisoner and a spectator. The first
clinch lasted about three minutes, and
wa! ehamrterifced by such ferocity as
I ran not describe. While the lion
and the tiger are probably natural
enemies, sttppne the fact that both
had planned to make meat of me,
and both felt themselves disappointed,
aroustd all their ferocity. Most of the
lime during the first clinch they were
rolling over and over like a big ball,
tearing, biting nd growling, and the
movements of the tiger were much the
quickest. They finally separated, each
hacked off ft few feet, and each stood
broadide to me. 1 could see half a
doxen blood-stain on the lion! side,
while the tiger had been terribly bit
ten about the neck, and there wsi a
bloody scratch on his quarter. They
faced each other for alnmt a minute,
the lion roaring In a deep bass nnd the
tiger snarling liko an enraged eat.
Then, as swift a a flah of lightning,
the tiger loiimled through space ami
alighted on the lion's back, and a ain
they rolled and tumbled alniut. The
light was t tierce to le k 'pt up long,
and too determined not to result In
When the hearts finally struggled to
their feet, the tiger had hold of the lion
jut back of the foreshoulder and he
hung there and worried the king as a
dog would a she p. Twice the li m
yeljied out as if he had lost his courage,
but he suddenly made a grand exertion
broke the timer's hol t, and then turned
and caught htm bvthe neck. I thouirht
all was over with the cat. The lion
actually lifted him clear off the ground
and so k him, aud this time the tiger
hincd. After a bit, however, he
twisted his body around until his hind
claws camn Into play, ami then the
lion hail to let go. There was another
rot for a minute or two, and again the
ligvr was the aggressire party. This
time they fought more like dogs,
neither seeming able to down the other
and they kept wnr-fng awy from the
bu.ldiug toward the creek. I advanc
ed as they retreated, and thev were
still doing their best to destroy
each other when thev tolled off the
lank into the creek. E tch was cover
ed with blood from noe to tail, and
the injuries inflicted must have been
serious. The tumble into the water
separated them, and while the tiger
reached the opioite bank at one pott"
the lion craw let I out at another thirty
feet away, and Uith limed into the
forest without the slightest desire to
renew the li 'U. -V. J. Sum.
MUTES OF ALASKA.
wpelltloaa reselling- Amans; Ike Ka-
fives f tse Hlfmk Territory.
These people have no name a a race,
but merely designate themselves as
Mutes, a wont which means "dweller
at or iimn." A crson born at the vil
lage of Ttgerach is a Tigerach Mute,
aud soon. In appearance they resem
ble the Mongolian type, having prom-
mncnt cheek-bones, oblique eves and
straight, coarse black hair. If it were
not for the thick laver of dirt covering
their faces, their complexion would lie
almost white, and this, with their
brown, sparkling eyes, and white
teeth, would render them very agreo
able to the sight.
A belief in the presence of evil spirits
constitutes their only religious idea.
There are among them individuals
called btonrarhM, w ho perform the gen
eral offices of "medicine men.' If a
person is ill before the whaling season
opens, the twmrm k is called npon to
exercise his skill in driving the evil
-pints from the liody of the sick per
son, ami from the sea, that the whales
or seal may arrive. His operations in
almost every case are the same. After
long silence he suddenly begins to
roll his eyes, while convulsive shakes
penetrate his frame; he gives utterance
to groans aud sigh, Intermingled with
sentences pertaining to the subject In
hand. During his Hrformance a con
tinuous beating of drums is kept up.
and he falls, at the close of his efforts.
into actual paroxysms. Froth exudes
from his mouth, Uiee gUre and roll,
and his face is contorted After a
period of rest he icgains his composure.
begins again his iuterrupti-d smoking,
and receives his pay for the services
Sime curious superstitions are to be
found among the Mutes. If one of
them is ill, iron tools, such as axes or
knives, can not be used in the house.
When a man dies, his sled, broken in
pieces, is placed upon his grave, with
furs, spear aud rifles. If he has killed
many w hales, the long jaw-bones of the
ia'acna are placed over him in an up
right position, to mark the spot The
Mutes are accustomed to mske a large
circuit in paing the resting-place of
the dead, and will on no account touch
nv thing which has been once deiKis-
Ucd at a funeral. You h's Comjtani.n.
ChUfw C a H Md nbedlMt by Flraa
MO) loUtnt TrralaMut
Theluwfor parents is addressed to
fathers," partly hecaiwu a mother's
tendentew needs the warning "provoke
it your children less M in a father s
more rigorous ru'o usualiv does, and
partly because the father is regarded
as the head of the household. It 1 full
of practical sagacity. How do parents
provoke their children? liy unreason-
tde commands, by iieriictual restric
tions, by capricious jerks at the bridle,
alternating with as capricious dropping
the reins altogether, by not governing
their own ti-miH-rs, by shrill or stern
tones where quiet, soft one would do.
by frequent checks nnd rebukes and
sparing praise. And what is sure to
follow such uiUttcatmcut by father or
mother? Kind as the parallel passage
in phciaiiH has it, "wrath' bursts
of temper, f rr which probably the
child is punished and the
parent is guilty and then
spiritless lUtlcnsttcft nnd apathy. "I
can not p.eae him whatever I do,'1
leads to a lauklinsr scii.se of injustice,
aud tlieu to recklessness "it is use
less to try any inoru.' And when a
child or a man loses heart, there will
Im- no more oljcdiciu-e. 1'aul's theory
of the training of children 1 closely
-onnected with hi central doctrine
that love is tho life of M-rvice. and faith
the parent of righteousness. To him
hope and gladm-i and cotil:deut love
underlie all obedience. Wheii a child
loves and trust lie will obey. Whon
he fears and has to think of his father
as capricious, exacting or stern, he will
do like the luau in tlr- pnialde, who
was afraid Ucauw; he thought of his
master as suiter leaping where he
did not sow, and went nnd hid hit
talent. Children's obedience imiftt lie
fed on love and praise. A". '. Herald.
About seven-eighths of the Eu
ropean egg received lu this country
are limed. They are hhipvd to this
country from Antwerp, Copenhagen
and Hamburg. Tliune coming f.ora
Antwerp tiro gathered in liclgUini,
Italy and rtaucc; those fioinCoM'h
hagen in Delimit i k, aud lhoo flora
Hamburg in (jenuany. Ac i'tancuco
Honey it ou o lit! ValuuMo pro
duct! v( Cuba,
LIFE IN MEXICO.
ansae f ihe Qnr rttarafters tt f ftee
a the RtrrvU f Mvilrea Cilltw.
In no other country. In no other city
ean be seen aa In Mexico such close
juxtaNiition of splendor nnd squalor,
of progress and fteml-harhat im, of jm
tentlal wctlth nnd actual poverty, of
the old ami the new, the high ami the
low, of culture and abject Ignorance,
On the upper levela of n bouse may live
ft family In opulent circumstances, en
dowed with all the ginecs, material and
spiritual, of aristocracy and refinement
while the ground floor is given up to
petty ahnpa, work-rooms, perhaps ft
cheap restaurant, or that most undesir
able, of ncighliors, a pufqneriH, where
the lower classes resort to befuddle
themselves wilh the whey-colored
Juice of the maguey. Rubbing her
grimy clhowa against the rich laces
and silks of the proudest nnd most
aristocratic of fashionable dames may
bo seen tho brown Indian woman, frow
sy headed, w ith a basket of fruit or fish
upon her head, and another In her arms,
while a child Is trapcd to her by
means of the tightly knotted blanket.
She la barefoot, and her sole raiment,
besides the ami d nfm c-aid. w hich is a
b,t of narrow blanket, perhaps a yard
and a half long, w ith a slit In the cen
ter to go over the head, is a brief scant
skirt, like a bag, of the same coarse,
dark fabric. The hnipt'Hn the upper
garment worn by the Artec women nl
the time of the conquest, and It still
obtains with the lower orders in tho
south of Mexico, ladng also used for a
ral tit chnmhrt or a night dress made
of linen and ornate in finish, by the
ladies of Yucatan.
Tho lottery ticket sellers In Mexico
are a strong guild, for the business Is
a profitable one. The lotteries arc con
ducted by tho Government, and the
tick el-verniers are paid a lilfernl cr
centngo of their sales. Men, women
and children recruit the ranks; they
an; found everywhere. They have no
distinctive features, save the great
budget of flimsy, translucent tickets
which Ihey try to force tqion the passer
by, and their scissors for cutting! ofl
coupons. Several prominent journals
of the I'nited States have lately printed
the remarkable statement that "all the
ncwedioys of Mexico are women, who
never cry their pnMTs, but silently hold
them toward the passer," The chron
icler of that error hail In mind these
seller, of lottery tickets, the large
printed sheets of w hich do somewhat
resemble newspapers. It is safe to
"gamble on' the proposition that
there is not a woman peddling news
papers In Mexico. Tho ncwslxiys arc
men and lads who cry their papers
and a suggestion of their contents
with true professional yells. They
urge their wares pertinaciously, thrust
ing them through thu windows of
coaches and tramcars and in vailing
the latter if they can elude the conduc
tors' vigilance. The ajua lorcx or pulv
lic water-carriers arc picturesque and
characteristic sights. They wear a
species of leather harness, breast-plate,
back-shield nnd apron, and a flat cap
usually of straw served with leather.
On the back, suspended ,hy a broad
leather baud crossing tho forehead
rests an part hern jar with three han
dles, oild in shae, called a ehochocot,
and from another strap farther back
on the head depends the jrrat another
earthenware vessel t-ha'M-d like ft pitch
er. In these utensils is carried from
the public fountains water for domestic
use in auch houses as have no piped
water supply. It is noticeable that
these men all havo flattened heads, a
may well be, when their cranium are
subjected to almost constant pressure
and the weight of some ten gallons of
water. City of Altzico Cur. tian Fran
Graphic Itoaerlptloa of the Ormt SJtoac
fmom at the "Man of the Moantalos.
The vicinity of Kranconia Notch, In
New Hampshire, abound In scenery
which is w ild and rugged, but pictu
resque beyond description. Such a
union of granite hills nnd grassy dells,
of rock, aud lake, and river, such a
mingling of the beautiful and grand,
is to he found nowhere else in America.
The hold outlines of Mt. Lafayette
are near at hand, with mountain-top
looming over mountain-top in tho dis
tance. Here are Cannon Mountain
aud Eagle Cliff, one on the right hand
and the other on the left, forming the
walls of the Notch, while nestled in the
va'ley at their feet lies Echo Lake,
twin sister of the mountains.
Further to the south is the Flume, a
mammoth fissure in the rocks, 700 feet
in length, and with perpendicular walls
60 or 70 feet in height; and a little
distance away are the Tool aud Basin,
with other curiosities.
lint the crowning feature of the scene
Is the wonderful Tronic, the "great
stone face of the "Old Man of the
Mountain," which keeps guard over
the Notch, and casts its shadows in the
limpid waters of Profile Lake. This it
the closest resemblance to the human
face which has ever been found in
natural scenery anywhere in the world.
It is carved in solid rock npon the
southern face f Cannon Mountain, aud
measures 80 foet from forehead to chin,
while the top of the mountain is 1.&0Q
feet above the lake at its foot, and
nearly 4,'WO feet alwve sea level. The
outlines of the face are conqioscd tf
three great masses of rock, one of
which forme the forehead, another the
nose and. upper lip, ami a third the
To obtain this outline In la perfec
tion, one point of view is ncccary a
small cleared space, closo by the moun
tain road, and ou the eastern edge of
Profile Lake. Looking across the lake
from this jioiut, the bold outlines of
Cannon Mountain loom up but half a
mile away, and far up it sides, looking
down u oit tho valley, is the face of the
Old Man of the Mountains, stern, bold,
relentless, unchanging. H neither
blinks at the near flashes of lightning
beneath his now, nor flinches from the
driving mow and sleet uf the Frunconia
winter, which makes the mercury of
the thermometer shrink into tho bulh
Taking down the road, the Old Man
face changes first into that of "a tooth
less old woman in a mob cap," nnd
soon the entire outline is broken up
and the resemblance is lost, (joing up
the road, the nose and face flatteu out
until only the forehead is seen.
The profile is said to havo been d v
covered in 1H0." by two workmen ou
tho mountain road. It had, hownvu,
leen known for agee to the Indians,
who attributed to it supernatural at
tribute!. They even feared lo tUh in
the lake at its fee, or to sail their bark
canoes over its waters, from fear of the
stern face which it reflected. Many
legend! aud talus havo been related
concerning the w onderful face. In one
of these it Is represented as thr face uf
Chrikt the Judge "Chriitu f'wfcz."
Some one has written concerning it:
"Men put out signs representing tho
different trades; jewelers hang out a
monster wntch; shoemaker n huge
boot; and up hero hi Kranconia, (od
Almighty ha hung out a sign that in
New England he makes mcu."
A Chinese Young M n't Christian
Association huildiug has been erected
at Honolulu, m a cot of 6., uboiit
lACPM being couliibutt4 t lb Chi
4lUty mt tttnc aa t aabeslla.
Previous to the opening of the meet
Ing Brother (tardner. Sir Isaac Wnl
polr and Waydown Hi bee were seen in
earnest conversation around the pre d
dent's dek, and when the triangle
sounded it was pretty well understood
throughout the room that some mat
ter of gravest Importance waa on the
tapis. One individual seemed to feel
even more than lively curiosity.
This waa Brother Process Davis, a
member of about six months' standing.
He jammed himself Into ft corner and
tried to ftpjiear aa small as possible,
and when inquiries were made about
his sore heel he let nn that he had an
awful toothache and didn't want to
talk. Scarcely had the meeting open
ed when he was railed to appear at the
president'! desk. Hie look of terror
w hich came to his face as he rose up
proved that he regarded the matter in
a very serious light, nnd he shuffled up
the long aisle like one going to an exe
cution. "Brudder Process Davis,' said the
president In very solemn tones, "atone
of our weekly meetin's last fall, an rs
we war' about to disperse to our homes.
Sir Isaao Walpole diskibered dat his
nnthrellcr was mlssin. It was an um
brvllcr wid ft w hite bone handle, an' it
was an heirloom in his famTy. His
prnn'fadder had walked under dat nm
brcll'T, an' it had kept de rain off his
f adder, an' he himelf had owned it fur
nigh upon thirty y'ars. It had been left
fn kyars an on steamboats an on de
front doah steps, an nobody had took
It. He had bruug it down heah two
hundred times, an' It war alius waitin
fur him when he got ready to go home.
At las some one stole It some human
hyena laid his desecrated paws on dat
sacred relick an bore It off. We made
ehery effort to find It, but de hunt was
in vain. Den we sctthil down to wait
for Justice. She nebber sleeps. She
sometimes doe a good deal of fool In
around, an'daram sometimes a mighty
long wait between de ackts, but she
neblier sleeps. She didn't go to sleep
dis time. She war' lookin' fur you, an'
yesterday she oberhauled yon. Yon
had Sir Isaac's nmhrcller under yer
arm. Heah am de libin proof to con
vict you! You are de hyena who stole
it. an' you are now befo' de bar of
Jutice! Prisoner, how do you plead?'
Process stood there with his mouth
ojen and could not reply. The sudden
shock seemed "o have paralyzed him.
His guilt was as plain as the hind but
tons on a coat
"De pnsson who will steal an um
brcller under ny circumstance,' con
tinued the president, ilesarvescondine
punishment In dis case yon stole it
from ft fellow-memlier of a society, an
you added de sin of lyin to your crime.
Your name will lie crossed off our
books, an' yon will enter dis hall no
mo' forcher. Ie carryin out of de rest
of de sentence am left to (Jiveadain
Jones an' Hercules Johnson."
The prisoner was removed to the
ante-room, and at tout a minute later
Paradise Hall was shaken from roof to
cellar. This waa followed by a bump
ing sound on the stairs leading to the
alley, and this again by the sound of
fee making a msh for life. Brother
Process Davis w ill doubtless remain in
Canada during the rest uf his life.
lhtroit Ft ft Press.
The Bst Warr Applrln Reliable Com.
nerrlal Fert 11 ltra.
We usually expect to do very little
manuring in the spring. There is gen
erally too much else to do. Whenever
the weather will admit the oats must
be sowed, then the flax, then the corn
crop planted, and along with these the
garden and truck patch must not be
neglected. This on the ordinary farm
gives us all that we want to do. If the
oil is not made rich enough during the
winter by hauling out and scattering
w hat manure we ran procure during
the w inter, we must, lo a large extent,
depcud upon something wise if we ex
pect to fertilize so as to derive any con
siderable amount of benefit.
The laft two years I have been try
ing commercial manures. Part was
applied In the hill who; the seed was
planted and part after the seed had
germinated and made a start to grow.
When applied in this way the noil was
well stirred anmnd tho roots and the
prepared fertilizer applied, working as
carefully as pomuhlu around tho roots.
The last year I was satisfied to a con
siderable extent that the best results
were secured by applying the fertilizer
in the drills before sowing the seed,
making the soil fine in the furrows or
drills and then applying the fertilizer
and working well into tho soil. If the
ground lias lieen properly fined this can
be done very rapidly. When the sii
ply of manure is not sufficient to fertil
ize as thoroughly as should be done, I
should certainly advise using a good
commercial fertilizer applied in the hill
cither for corn, cane or potatoes.
Ton can purchase siccial manures
containing plant food designed to fur
nish the kind of plant food specially
needed by that variety of plant in order
to make the best growtiL But for or
dinary ue I would advise using what
is generally termed "complete fertili
zers" as l'8t adapted to general use on
the farm. Good barn -yard manure, if
well rotted, can be applied after thu
crops are planted if it can be seen nil,
and be made of considerable lienelit to
the growing crops. It is necessary, of
com-., that it should lie madit reason
ably fine and be spread as evenly as
possible over the surface. Cultivating
or working with the soil sufficient to
keep mellow and destroy the weeds
w ill work the manure into tho soil and
place it whero the feci ling root of the
plants can reach it.
TlUs is not tho best plan of manur
ing. When It can be done better re
sult! can Im secured by hauling out
and applying before the crop is planted,
harrowing or cultivating so that it will
he worked well Into the soil. This ii
the most profitable way of manuring,
when it can be done. Yet, wtvheu yoti
are not able to follow thli plan, rat he i
than fail to apply the manure when
you have a supply, I should certainly
adviso applying after planting rather
than let the manure lie aud the crop
be raised without it. Apply manure
whenever you have It to apply nnd can
find time to do the work. It very
rarely h ipM-ns but that tome mu tioii
of the faim is iu a condition to be ben
efitted by an application.
It p:ty to make sure and apply all
the manure josihlc. Everything that
can lie gathered up and worked into
manure should be saved. There is
hardly a possible danger of applying
t much. The wor-l difficulty ou our
Western farm i securing a sufficient
quantity. V. J. Shepherd, itt H'extcr
i 'low man.
There is now ample evidence that
the ue of oil may be of considerable
service in lessening Iheeflectof danger
ous tea. In one rase the "slick"
made by the oil extended thirty feet to
windwaid. and the United St Ate Hy
diographic Office conclude lhat tho oil
is of use wheu I he vcel Is reaching
ahead i.t the speed of fight or nine
knots, wilh a beam wind aud tea.
Frank LcjIh'i Weekly.
When a book raises your spirits,
and iuipiret you with iiohlo and voiir
judge the book bv. It is -vjuU, aud
I.- - .... .A I
USfcFUL AND SUGGESTIVE
Bcwnra of swindlers travelling
through the country seeking farmers
signatures. Christian al Work.
Beets have been raised for $1.60 ft
ton. Mechanical methods In their
cultivation should reduce the cost atill
lower. St. I.outt BepHf tuan.
The Essex County (N. Y.) Agrl
ra'tnral Society, although ene of the
oldest In the State, has never had a
horse trot for money on Its grounds.
Fat is the tiest lung food, aud,
among all fat-contalnlng substances,
fresh sweet cream is about the liest,
and fat salt pork the worst, AYix
fytroV, M. J).
Iu cooking vegetable!. Ihey should
for lcst flavor go directly from the
wahing-ofT water to tho stew pan.
This may eem unimportant; there It
more In It than might bo thought
It can not be too strongly cmpha
sired that those who observe tho laws
of their physical nature are likely to
keep well and even Infectious dis
eases have little power over such per
son, aud would wholly disappear if
all observed these laws. .1imrcof H'll
nr$$. In selecting beef take that which Is
ft clear rod, and thu fat straw color.
Tastes differ as to tho choicest cuts,
though the sixth, seventh and eighth
ril are usually preferred for roasts.
For steak the sirloin is tho be t, J meter
house the most economical nnd nearly
as good as sirloin.
A Cure for Earache: Roast an
onion in the ashes; when done put In a
cloth and squeeze, the juice into a
spoon. Pour into the car while quite
w arm, hut not hot enough to burn a
very little more than blood warm; put
a hot cloth over tho ear; nnd, if it is an
ache from cold or any common cause,
It will cease in a few moments. Moth
trs.!ajaxine. An English food Inspector, Mr.
James Bell, finds that horseflesh ami
beef can not lie positively distinguished
by external apieitranrc, but that the
fat Is a reliable test The horse-fat is
fluid at a temperature of 70 degree,
and has a specific gravity nt 1K de
grees of about 9tW.7; while the fat of
beef melts at 110 to 120 degrees, nnd Is
considerably lighter. The low melting
point of the fat will show when sau
sagctf are made from horse-meat. t'Ai
With a rapidly Increasing popula
tion there will be danger of excessive
dcarness of meat, such as p evalls in
tho densely populated countries of Eu
rope, and from this we can only b j
awed by such improvement in breed
f stock as will produce liecf at less
cost On cheap lands the. short-horns. ,
aiming at beef production almost ex
clusively, have Wen Wst nt I up ted to
this end. But In the older sections of
the country, where labor nnd skill !
combine to offset the increased price of '
land, the Hoi steins, bred for milk and
butter as well ns Wef, will certainty i
have the preference Huston Tran-!
i ' ,
DOMESTIC TOPICS. 1
Fwett f All aorta Which Krrry Woman
XVanta t Know.
Baking-soda put on a burn Mill re
lieve the pain.
A novel napkin ring la of antique
brass in repousse finish.
Covert coats in tan and other light
colors meet with increasing favor.
There is no economy in purchasing
cheap black goods, particularly cheap
Metal cord and gold bullion gimps
are shown for trimming wool dicases
If skim milk Is plentiful use It for
cleaning painted floors and oil-cloth,
in preference to soap.
Wash tins in hot soap, then dip a wet
rag in tine, sifted coal ashes, acour
Well, nnd polish with dry a he.
Spring mantles are exceedingly short
and scarf-like bead trimmings arc more
fashionablo and more beautiful than
A new use of pretty low-priced silk
handkerchiefs is to join them together
with insertion into table covers, pillow
shams or spreads.
White glovM ri-o coming Into favor,
for evening wear. Iu spite of the an
nouncement of ellxitv length, t iey arc
still worn tip to tho shoulder.
Seot'. h ginghams In stripes, checks ot
plaids; striped sateens, India linen In
two colors, percales, ChamWry nnd
prints are provided for wah d rosso
for H tie girls.
For little boya or girl nn attractive
suit consists of a white India liueu aa 1
or blouse, wilh a colored kilt of ging
ham or lawn and saih r collar and cullf
of the same.
The mahogany-colored English glove,
with very broad black Pitching on the
back ami four large buttons. Is very
popular, and both stitching and but
tons have litcreaKcd In size.
Dainty littlo fairy lump now come
In form of cop'tei', silver or glass
globes with perforations stirlded with
cut stained glass, through which the
light shines out in brilliant hues.
Chintz, well selected, makes nn effec
tive wall-covering. It may lie stretch
ed on frames like tapestry, but the
easiest way Is to tack It on tho walls
with ornamental nails nnd gimp.
Crosses, crowns, pillars aud the like
are becoming bad styles at funerals.
The'hand of affection la presumed to
gather and place the few Hrfcct
flowers that lie on the coffin's 1 d.
Bead of every color, pale pink, am
ber, blue and white, as well as jets,
garnets, at el, silver mid gold-lined
bends that do uot L-trnUh, are made
into passementeries for dress trim
ming. It Is predicted that straw lion net ol
the coming season will be In shinies to
match new spring goods, comprising
old rose, old blue, new greens, dull
reds and mahogany colors, and will be
trimmed with a combination of upright
bows of loojeeilgcd ribbons and small,
stiff wings or line flowers.
A physician advises women who want
good complexion to wear thick, home
knit woolen stockings ami heavy calf
skin boots, with doublo uppers and
triple sides, from October to May, and
to avoid ruhWrs altogether, except a
pair of rubWr Itoots, to bo worn
through snowdrift or ft flood of water.
Hot water Is a more efficient cleanser
of tho skiu than either cold or warm
water, Wcausn It better ri involves
grease and other secretive and excre
tive matters, say Dr. Anna Kingford.
But the use of hot or warm baths too
frequently it injurious to tho general
health and to the skin, canning enerva
tion aud loss of tonicity. M T. World.
Contagion of Anthrax.
Anltxalt dying of anthrax splenic
fever are liable to communicate the
disease to men who handle their car
cases, even though It be for Immediate
burial. The privy council of Great
Brltian have, therefore, sent notice to
local authorities throughout tho king
dom, aud caused ll to be widely pub
lthed, that thti danger exists, and thai
such carcasses should not be sktmted,
but covered with quicklime and burietl
at least alx feet deep. Person win
have any abraulont of the tkln upon
their hand or mini should uot
touch them or any part of thcin.
Tho blood, stable litter, folder, ma
nine, etc., should be careful. y removed
and burned, and tlio stall, of course,
thoroughly Uimlctd. Anrai
Ilo. n. M. McLah U. HL Minister te
France, tferttflo to the euratlve pnwera of
Rod Star Oouarh Cure, which enau but
twenty-Ova eoaui a bottle. At Urugrlste
Dr. R Butler, Waster of Arts, Cambridge
tTalvoralty, Knirlani), savst "Hk Jacobs
Ull acts liko magic." Bold by Drug gist.
"An, Jrnios, where away so fast this
momlnat" Toi off for the whsltnf
grounds.' Ha waa the dlttrlet school
master on his way to the school -house.
The twlHt flirt la ihooL
M Pihe's the sweetnst ekrt In achool l" en
thuBiaUcally exclaimed otie young miss to
another, a they passed dnwu ths street U
gftther. " Eolith Is so kind, snd gentle, and
uosalflsh, every one like her. And she
has lovely golden hair and prolty eyea
Un'lltaplty bar complexion Is so bad; it
KtU her limks. And then the has such
dreadful hemtneheal" The girls skipped
along, but It hsppnned Kulth's mother bsd
hoard what Ihey said. It set her thinking
Whatoould be done for those hendschos
and t he rough, muddy complexion, that waa
auch a trial lo hr gentle daughter. Bhe
recalled what she bsd read of fir. Pierce 't
Golden Medical Discovery, and on the spur
of the moment she slipped into a drugttoro
and bought a supply. El Ith took It faith
fully, with the result that It cleared net
disordered blood, relieved the headache,
msde n-r skin soft, fair and rosy, and now
she la not only th "awoo test girl In school,"
but the most beautiful.
What It the difference between an angry
lover and a jilted maid I" "Ulveltup."
"Why, one it a cross beau, and the other i!
I General nubility. Emaciation, Con
sumption, snd Wanting In Children, Hrott't
Kmulsion of Pure I'od Liver Of I with Hypo
puoapbiies, la a moat valuable food 'and
medicine. It creates nn appetite for food,
strengthens th nervous system, and builds
ap the body. Pleasereadi 'I trloj Rcott's
Emultion on a young mnn whom Physicians
at times gave up nope. Hi nee he heasia
using the Emulsion his Cough hat ecaaod,
gained flesh and strength, and from all ap
pearances bis life will bo prolonged msDjr
years." Jon Hulliva., Hospital biew
ftrd, Morgans, Pa.
Tni Maxim gun fires seven hundred
thou a minute. K very body who hears this
maxim will heed It VortUnd AdwsriUtr,
Oh -o I ost-o-o I I C-h-e-o I 1 1
tkm't sneese, aneese, hawk, hawk, spit,
blow, and disgust everybody with your of
fonalve brenth. If you have acrid, watery
discharges from the noso and eyes, throat
disease, causing chokingsensntlons, cough,
ringing notae in head, splitting headache
and other symptoms of nssal catarrh, re
member that the mnnufarturer of Fr.
H a go's Catarrh Remedy onr, In good faith,
6od reward for a case of catarrh which
they can not cure. The Remedy it told by
drugglsU at only 6) oonta,
Thr are tr things white drawing
power bat neer been excelled the circus
and the porous plaster. V(raya,
A flnind's Grenteat Bloating
Is ft strong, healthy, vigorous wife, with a
clear, handsutne complex ion. These can all
L acquired hy using Vr. Bar tor's Iron
A roi.mxo stone gathers no mots, but ft
rolling pin will gather coasiderable hair.
PrTobwnra the road that lsda to health.
Unmarked ty tmnrtl or ln;
Vt'liKlom avalli not. powtrlrm It wealth
T-t HKlli tln at tic- of ttiln.
Put do not ilrftpnlr, with life Ojsrv'thop,
Tho clmiil nmi tltetun;
With Itrrr' ravoru ProocrlpUoa at hand
Too ltr'a full ouurM diij run.
Mora truth than poetry in those lines, as
thousands of ladies all over tho land now
blooming with health, testify to the great
curative powers of Vt. Pierce's Favorite
Proscription, edaptei by much research
and careful study to the happy reliof of all
those weuknotses aud ailments peculiar to
females. AU druggists.
Thi strike among matches is slowly sub
tiding at the days lengthen. JMhvWs
la- snotber column of this Issue will be
found an entirely new and novel specimen
if attractive advertising. It is one of the
neatest ever placed In our paper and we
Uiink our renders will be well repaid for
examining the bcpposro display letters la
Mio advertisement of Prickly Ash bitters.
W Kix-nnEssRO people riding In Russian
sleighs have ft very lurrln' appearance.
Pboplk Are Killed by Coughs that Bale'a
Honey of Horchound and Tar would cure.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute
Tnt best thing out a big fire. .V. T.
Xr afflicted with Bora Ryes uie Dr. Isaao
Thompson's Eye Water.Uruggiats sell lu5a
A LARoi woodshed When a blockhead'!
hair oom rs out, AVw Mom A'sna.
JTe Opium In Pine's Cure for Consump
tion. Cures where othtu remedies faiL 'JCtc
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
Kansas city. Apm it.
CATTLE Bh 1 pnlng tic-era 4 14 & 4 ft
Native cows t 4 9 I SO
butchers' twera..., ITS Q I 15
ItfXin ood to choice huavjr. (mi n
WHEAT No. ! rud M Q, TO'
No.! aotl t'i Ms
CORN No. t. , M 4 n4
OATS No. t nvt
BVB No t i-a 47
FUiUll Fancy, per sack IS) lit IM
tlAY linle.l Sw ft Sftl
bL'TTKU fiulcw oruaracry... SB j iM
CIIKKKB Full cream I1? 14
EUUS-:holoe. B',l 10
UACON Hum lis 11 V
HUoulders t',ii t
Bides (i J
lOTATOB3 aj jj
CATTLE Shipping steers 4 00 4 4 TO
Hutcu?r' auHirs.... len O 4fi
IIOOS Parking . t ij 5 Jo
BIIKKI Fair to choice SO) uj
FLOtJ K Choice ... t a at
WHEAT No. t red si W'i
cokn-No. a m a u
OATH No. I : f& VI
KYK-No.t Hk'l fo
IHITTKK Creamery i ft
tOiti 15 00 IB U
CATTLE Shipping steers. ... 4 Ort ft 4 TO
IHH1S Parkin and aulpping,. ft 70 kt AW
HIIKKI' Fuirtoelioice S si Q s
FLOUR Wlntar wheat i 4 4 .VI
WIIKAT-No.rsd aavit Kl
OORN-No.t r. it at
OATS Nu. I tS 4ft vfl'4
It YE N . I t, eatf
II UTTER Creamery IS 3) S4
PORK 80 O AO
CATTLE Common to prime.. 4 SO tf S tv
HIHiA Uood to cuolre . in Q IN
FLotJU iiMt to choice t M 9) 4 7
WHEAT No. trud MS) m
CORN No. f 4"H J
ATtf-Wetern mlied ft 7
HUTrr.R Creamery fv t
poitrt it cs 1? it)
Hood'i BaraaparUla H sold by all drupaiate.
aarad onj by U. I. Hood A Co., Luwall, hUaa.
IOO Doses On Dollar
TUB OR9.lT EKOLIBli RSMBOl
kktk .Ru. . to.. .1. Uu, lb.
rt'f tot 4-:H-i(fiir an4 rtrriai arlcM lo lha Mtaia
01 j Miaat.','Knaa llr
riae, wise, watpk as LienTfiao eaor
WHii tor twti
noc'ala vfm i iui Si. Addi
n aiMirrswro., iwriaiaaa. 01
irrr.i .muMr....,..! .M
COMPOUND EXmCTlXfV Mood bT tak-
V fS!Sif Tl" mt4
yfVr . power,
Why did the Women
of this country use over thirteen million cakes of
Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in i886?
Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.
TV hHt mmt mrMl lrM4r t&r Cu. mt
Ik. urrr, hmwi im Htm
11 to .I'tMirt t. tk. tuta, taw. a tV
mt.., mum m. rfwrm kltk.
It U purl? Vrgrtatltv w4 UMt Ml
proT. kcwlrliil. botk to .14 a4 jnaaa
At a felooi r.rlar it Im Mptrtot M mil
oihm. SoMmrrwkrnM II.M.kiAtto.
Hoale the Soree.
Senaea of Taat.
A ponltiY Care.
m. KLx allOO., Drue, vf, M T.
1TDU E. F1KEBAX B
Is a PoerUre Oure
Tt wlU ear ntlS th wttrat an itaaitOM.
plainla. ail OTanaa avurtlM. InliwtMn tkS crw
arauoa, raIUn and Sfplmomnmk. aa4 tna
juami spuiM una
mo th Cbac af US.
It will dMKlT and mal tasen (tan th TJteraa ta
en burn on tham la abackjal w7 aaii iitilj nr tt mm.
rJ nittT. li!w7lVrnar and liuUki.
lliaiN, II all
ItklbtUntaMfOTMUw rMM araWav
For the (Tirp nf rhur, OmmrUtmlt of Hthr tm tat
Oantpaaivd U uijaTxyW. trU $1. !U avMiaa lor atv.
9o nvafiy flBwaltt be witaovt LTDtA M. MWtAM S
Ut'SS FIUJL Thrr rar PonaUrMkUo. h1llnaic mM
tvrptdltyef IbcUvcr. t ttttiI- tint I ill tumiai
Uvilla, W. Va.. I
Ho. 17, liJrjC
Reeentlr I bontit a
young nurse. He was
taken very ill with Pneu
monia. I tried to think
of aomethinj; to relieve
him. Concluded what
waa pood for man would
be pood for ttie horse.
So I got a botUe of l'iso'i
Cure and pave htm half
of it through the nos
trila. This helped him.
and I eon tinned friTinsc
same doara night ana
morning nntil I had
Used two bottles The
horse haa become per
fectly aonnd. I ran rec
ommend Piso'tCure for
the horse as well at fur
K. 8. J. SnUDRaV
i onli noi
ana mmrmm rr-iT
rca, EaMn Uf Blind
ind aBMllaa Bnla Fffr.
kMUl ClCat iTba. wshtt.rs laoi?
TONIC ud xwlrcar Olclr. SmI-
thy mnipUilta. ritQNil t(latU at rotrlit.
Ik nnlr mvli to th rmlartir of ik rl(laal. Da
UasparlaMnt rt tb Oaior ai amv BT,
5,p H"Ta LIVFK ftLLf t-
loan ConsUkfbtlnn.lJvvr CMBffUlnt and Stoal
udacb. at9 dom and Uma aoul
1 nailed N(l t tla etnttll pMlat. W
THE On.HARTCR MCOIONI COMPANY,
o a xs: Xj "W" 3r
200 Imported lirood Mara
of omIomi ruuun.
WA bob innmnt,
tOO lo 4lH IHPOHTKa ANM ALI-Y
ram . rranra.all wrM HUm1iiH Ptia;rftn (h
"y turn rt.n iM.-vn tifn. uoiy airt
ied of rrauAt UMa4iIV Mxd Uih tt hu th.
lor lita Catltu, Htv.lrviloiM hf bUS
a. W DUNHAM,
Weynn. DuS Co.. Illino:.
fVi" i'nifkf ivtt, saw filers
1 . k'
b u iwrrvr 1-. Vi S tf
fmrft lartvka, VmMh, C-14 Ml mmmW
jmSi rhi M41 an liM at4MrUaBjBai
TaT CiHlS VALnl AU (LSi (UiX
mm Btst Coutjli Sf rup. Teat ivmkL Use 3
4 COftESiVthl ALL (I if fski. L
H BsstcoMch Sjn's, Tmm- s-!. Oaa W
ftuSCjt SiMv? LIVER
mmwAna or wiMTmmi AtMArrn
auk ran pa nmmcmTH fitr-imn, om
S.XTTLB BVOAU-COATMB M.LS.
Klna tlr.lr tM wr v
ffmu.wiiho.il dlaturtHUK.. to Hi. 'Mrm. rtlt,
or Domination. Put up In fhlM hrmrt.
mllr mtik-L Alwur, n-r.b mna r.iii'i.. a,
. lam.ll TO, .llrr.ll.. or varaatlT.,
th llttl. Tcilvtt) a'. tk. Kt(vl
ttillnna attach a. ami all
6rmnt,'inmta of Uw atom
Srh and twiwrls.afa fmmipt-
Yw awklknarMl atnil mrmaWfl ( IT
i .t. m. nt fir.
rteree'v Pleaaent rare a live Pellet
In riplanatitn ot tha rwl'tU P" tbm
Pt-lliHa citpv ao a-rratl a varlftf of eiMast. tt
mav tntthfullr hV said that thotr artllon upna
th sytrteJl at unlvfnknJ, rvt a nrni vr thwue
tMKttptns thHr mna lira Infloontw. KoW tr
drutwWs. Ift wnta a rial. jHanufactuwl at the
(V.ri..Hl Lnltornrmrnf WowJi'a i LtfraaaAMV
HaiilCaJ. ASSajClATlOM, ftJflaiO, . I.
It nffrrM br th. mnufrriir-
.r. nf nr. aa. i .urrnt
I ,.nilr NiI 'Urrb whkll
Ou.. t.nD'it eura.
bmrr anuUu-h. olatniclloll of tb. Mm!
' .....i f.llln. tn.rwi IM htlil
f tijT xTrvHjrn.. nri'flMP. Wlll.r.
mil nrrld, at cHbcrm, tlUck. tmitlrn muiwu.
uiuuhmiI. WooJr ""I piitrKI! th. rfr.
trk. wntiT. nd liill.ini; there tm rlnln
e)wr Ui. thr.wl, ripwrtorntinn of nirelwlT
nni la otintl and ha. a nauU twini ; Iho
bnmth k) ll.iial'e am. ll aiid Oi.lo am Im.
paln.1: Um u) . aerowtlon of dtwJn.M. wlta
BMmuJ tV-prcaalon. a htcklnfr couvb and ffi "
m; dKUIitr. Onlf a f" of tho .hovv-naoiiil
1 . nk..i im nr. w n I In an v m
ouCThnuaanda iff oai annunllr. lillou
manirMln. half of tho above T"Ftoma ro.
u u In onMUiopUfMi. and end fn iOi rnt
No dUoaae at eo oommmi. iBorej diwrtlro and
oanaHToua. or kae undwatood tr phtalrtana.
iiT u.Tii .ihln. and boal D. pnipcrtloa.
r.Wi Corrh jfrnii'dr '' 'If
luimi iH-nii'iy .w "..-i
nin vi hi. -
-rntoM Anr fr""" CMarrku-
FroT. w. H Araaan, .n. "'"""- m. .
Df jiul g. r- wnti.1 " "". ton Jiri rnti;
omlaria. Mr amll phrMolan tare m. up aa
lecurabta. and aaxf I muat dlo. Mr caao waa
imfc a bad ono, that evi-rr dr toward, aim
irt. mr toloa would bomme eo hnanje I coulil
barrlr,ra"r,','hl,tT In tho morn In ir
mr euihlna and cloarlna of mr Um-t wmilil
aloaat lln'ih ma. IIJ too nao of lr. Urnrf-l
CaiJrli Tt'imdr. In thro mom ha. I wai a tU
uaa. and tb. oure kaa Don pernumrat."
-CaaaUntlf I.awklng an Rpltan."
. n n-n M. IHn. RtTtft.
LariUr btatbe, aid waa "f.h!L"k',W
and aplUKur. and for the l-' '''' mS nU,
I.i i . m,.km thrnurh tho nortrila. I
not luillinw inniun aim -
Uhliiothlns; oobW l" LVJ:. rii.rVh
uy. I was aovif -''VZ i 1--
ft to ho tho onlr romortr trr catarrh now
manufarturoa. ana ou. u. l" , - " 3
falrtrlaJtoeiperi.no. aatoundliuj teauilaaua
. permaoeat eura."
Throe BoTtloa car. Catrnrr.
u Bnaarn. IMian P, O, Cnlwioh-tp'.
paaav: "Mr datianior .. V i
'toC, o'ld and
anuad snd Bnrty.
Iowa awl eltr la tba U S . and tboaaanda nt prople
aaa taaUfr to the wondrrfal heallnf power uf
Hamlin's Wizard Oil.
N Caret Neuralgia, Toothache,
BMrtackt, Cillfrk, Croup. Sora Throat,
Laa. Back, Sli Jolnli, Sprilrn, Bruitcf,
Burnt, Wounda, Oil Som an.
All Aches and Pains.
Hia aanr tcaumoalala repelted br aa mora Ual
prora all claim t"r thla Taloabla reinodf. It
not oolr taltcvea the noa nri paina, bu
It Curu You. That's th Ideal
For aala by all Drufiiau. prloa, & cta par
bottla. Oar Soio Boos aiatltd lra to aTrr t&r,
Address WI2AHD OIL COMPANY, CHICAGO.
tatoTe bTtna dtltma of naaHr aTrr
L'Art Do La Mode.
S UOLAIIFD FlJtTM
aUfas uim nam abs set
faOrdcr II of tnur Ifewa,
dttalaror arnd aa eenU IT
latitat Dumber to
ST. J. MltllKE, rbtlhr,
laa IStk au, a l ark.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Th beat a3 fefaoa In Ilia tui
Worl,. Beat Lati-rtaJ. ihHalt, i-J
i-al Lati-rtaJ. ihHalt, ir
ear fret S( l onirrw, Itnlluo Cj
any U or 14 Mm. CmjA
; aui air Tucqiiaia s
h jour atsjcT a. i
a u viUAlo Ihraa
it y tmr'aiiMaW
til .AO Shoe -uii.
MlTrrilTfl by other
ar MmWApd m Wffru or k AAm.
W. L. IMH (.I.AH, U rack ton. Ma
RtNit inroRTATioara in lnsa.
Tba saat Dhaft Uuassa Is the world are
Wa hava th LAW; RUT
and BKHT OIJ.K(Tllrl
In tha I'ntUx) Klaia, In.
cludin th vlnncra of U
prrmluiaa lat fmll.
Krlx-a mtxlersitf. Tvrtns
JJ1 eeud lor Catalutfue
jrtMa GALBRAtTH BROS., ,
yaSfff-l Braadara and anrtra.
Sean aj jav atnald raaft the rrt ftf
I UIW anr ladr aRff-rtnji with
4( UEtfaiH.KXCHl t AT
Ikg PiRHrri ALl'iNft. nranr uf thia
VKAKSEKSwDiUfnirfl o much f
SlrtwJ wltb. alia oanrurubi'raulf uf l hum,
whlta gaining atrmi(b and a hralltiy
tMflor at aam.f Uinv.bj ttif uan of tb near
rcnifdr KIMISI, the a ruatoat dlaoov
Tf of th
aariraii roiai tn.nt.lin, Tnoae Uiat
ll aT ihy will awTur tts wlttartui lt One
ncw. Frtra Tk natiiU for rHU-katyn ntn.
iiib atraMtiuaiia. If ttm can nut act i at
aUir ? i id to ub and n (Jif-kaiia
it at otiua toTouraddreaabf wallaavure
ma (inu ui
'1R 1!ATM KMT AMSMM'IATIOIV. I
)-mrl&tr.H.t.Bi r.iLu,N.V. '
On AaS (KarehavBt oalr wntd in ararr town far
Tour "Tamtll'i iiu.cai" era U Lwit &o ciars wa
G LA SCOTT A BBAOe. Monro. Wit.
Wa think, without doubt, that tout "Tan-Ill's
Punb" am the flncat Ic etxara we hava avvr had.
fVM U Da via it Co., laruuinta. Worcetr. Uaaa.
aaaramtax. w. TAMaiLL dk VOX, Chlai
JL T. Ukvaoluua, Wviwu. l'a.
nula.u, akarthaad and K.all.h Training
Imul, t. Mo. D.iid lor olrcul.r.
AGENTS WAITED ' wnp'm
J"1;" f I tU .woniiiia. or thi H .L.
koikiDtf itk.ii. (...rbuiiliuiir.il.i.,, iuiia. iiMf.. .ne
" ItM. M.TI....L
y'-auaama Co.. a. L-jhi
anldlcrt and wtdowi of the
rlcaa War and Rebellion, All
leAtMf flrnila, ,
aVwaxu U. a Claim Cjllavtora, lndiauaiuUa,'ud.
tf tod want ujii tar
and cms at yur
mm i. a. MiKiiUAS-a'
aft Broad waj, Nnw YurS.
A MONTH TJr .-IK.
TO if a A DAT. tamplaa worth 1
aunsraa suvn au aiiuaai.,aJif .attt
fatorn mail, mil t-nrtlwa
-..., int. Tailor HiaUftu ul Urvi
'FIRM TELEGRAPHY Sly
LkHi.-n.wfMtuM. Ad. Lit Bauwa.l
. Mar .IWaW 11 u.
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