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FRIDAY, OITOHF.H 17, 1KH7.
Cflia llmson, of Maryvllls., Mo., at
tempted lo drown hs-raHf In M, Joseph
jMler.Uy. and railing, was locked lip,
hn shu as-irsd onn of hr sotis by Ih
aim rind dislocated It. Kh Is insane
It Is told Rliont Dakota man that
he hai Invented a machine to pump
smoke down a gopher hole, where It Ik
mpertrd toalll the g yhrt. The only
drawback awnis to be tht, while you
are Inserting smoke Into the hole the
gopher went Into, he will rome out of
another and 6lt up and wl Istle at yon,
and tell you he h ami Ked ever a'.iice
be was 10 yearn o'd.
A .srlnl tmrr.
Mr. lllrhatd Spencer. IS" Osrrlson
Ave, St. Louis, Mo, stales: 1 have been
aerionaly affected Willi a dry, hacking
cough for two year and have sought
relief from many a .;ircn with no relief
My wife urged me to try llalUrd'sltorr
bound fjrup and 1 d d ao with moat
gratifying result. Mf coogh disap
peared with ti e thir l botlle and my
lungs are as strong as evi-r. 1 would not
be without It in the house. Cull lor a
botlle at Smih A ration's. nov
Capt. .Jchn Wis, a II-publican, was
the conductor ho had ihargeofthe
nresldrtilUl train fr.'tn Indianapolis to
Kt Louis "It knocked me out," he
Said. "ahenlaiiw Dsn I.tmont step
off the train an I purchaii nine tickets
to S', I,ouls. Cleveland footed the
bills all the way through. I have haul
ed tnatiy a one of theae statesmen and
offlce-tao'ders.'uiUliat Is the first 1 erer
saw who pa d his own way."
In tMtlietlng wild flowers, autumn
reaves, or plcnlcliig in the woods, we
are s posed to danger from poisoning
by Ivy it oil er wild vines and shrubs.
The p-lsm is under certain circum
stancs readily lii-orbcd by the blood
an1 painful swellings or eruptions are
caus-d. Such affections Hood's Sarsa
larllli reudily cures, us it expels all
imp lrit.es from the blood. Even in
eta s f poisoning by I'aris green,
Houd'sSarsnparllla Las beenremarka
11 r successful. It s' ui!d be kept con
st intly In the house for all blood dls
n ders. llood's Shrsaparilla la prepar
ed by V. I. Hood & Co, Lowell, Mass.,
and la sold by all druggists, n 0 doses
ei oo. u2
The lnnm of 1,10.
COoremor Marmaduke of M!ssou I Ch;rjren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
naa onerea ewu rrsmy wr ut i-ii'i
of Charles U. Carter, the Lawrence
oounty murderer who escaped recently.
Are yon mule miserable by Indigo'
tlon, onsuirption, Purines. Irfss ol
Appetite, Yellow tiklnf 8hlloh's Vital
Iser Is a positive cure. Talr ft Cwlug.
for psspepsla and Llvi-r Complaint,
vou have a prlntrd gnrantn on every
bottle of Hhllnti a MUlirer. It never
nils to cur,'. Tavlor a:nl Kwlng.
Mr. I'owderly takes good care never
to resign when Ihere Is any chancre of
bis bring taken atl.ls wrd. llefore
the Kolghta met in Minneapolis bis
enemies prophesied that ha would hand
In his resignation before their sessions
closed, and it turns out lhat Ihey were
"We INti Wllh rrltle"
To the "(JO'd name at home," won by
Hood's Sarsapvilla. In Lowell. Mass..
where It Is prepared, there Is more ot
Hood's Sarsaparilla sold than of al!
other medicines, and It has g v n the
heat satisfaction since its Introduction
tea years ago. This could not t u
the med'Clne did not possess merit. If
yon suffer from impure blcod, try
Hood's Sarsaparilla and realize its pe
culiar curative power.
All ilsv. all rtlwht, 1 run hoar the Jar
or tl,n hum i.f lire, anil nine ami rr
It IhrlH. with li. il-i-p ami miilrii',1 si-tind.
As Urt-lew the wheel go always munil.
flu.llr, eeaselnsnly p the liwrni.
In I lie Item ol our ami niKirmni einrnn.
Ttie whi.,'1, art- tnrnlne Ortrlv anil lal,'.
And the wuut Is wound In the warp u rate.
Clo. rises! there' a ttireart nf love wove Ini
I IK S. t-lnrK ! aiwuhT or wii.iiir anil sin!
ni.nl rlnvkviTil ttilnr thin III,' III 19
Vt ben we m It uiiivIiih In eleriilt) 1
Time, with a faee Use rnvstfrj,.
Anil han.t an nuT as nsrui oan no.
!ite al the snim wlili iirin outirr'ni1
lo cateh In Its mehe eat.'h vlsncma tliread.
When shall this wonderful well lie done?
In a thi'ii-anil yrar. porliap" In one.
-morrow. V, no im ,-tn r am jonnrii
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The Wintield, Courier says
that some wngoiis passed through that
city the other day on the route east
They bore on the r sides a rude an
nouncemrit: "From Kmsas and
starvation to Mis'sourj and salvnllon."
Their owners informed areportnr that
tli(-y hii been as far west as Clark and
Meade counties and that everything
ut the wheels turn on and the shuttles tif.
Ah. ssit-erod weavers, the year are slow,
llut cuen one u In wror to the enil. I know :
And sunivdMr the lAHt ihroml Bliull be woven
Ood ( rant It be leve Instead of sin.
Are we spinner" "t wool In this lire-wet nv?
1k we furinih the sisir n tlinsil enrh ilii) ?
It were tieller. then. 1 1, in v rrieiei. to (lll
A tswUlllul tlir,'H'l limn H tlir. hI ot slui
ins rinsT i.ovi:.
Thfr ttj a s-trin uf nine womN
along the .Stillv:.tnr Tuntpik. jul bo-
fun vu rami' to Martin Lr:ivrr fat in-
houe. Ami it hml tho n)nnatin nf
boinff the tlark."t yiwe vt ma-l ut
nilit in the country.
That w: the rtTim Millio I.ravor,
ho wa obliirwl to lno to tluil-
Upe nearly vvt-ry nftrrimun. Hlway
nalo it a' point, it po-.iihl, to gvl
thmiij;!i thte wood before fitiHet.
but upon tlii nartiiular Jiiiicilav
hr htl linjrcnMl at n shop to .lert
nblenn ami a feather for her last
summer's bonnet, whirl, she was mak
ing with her own ev-r-buy hamU.
It Uke a deal of tune to ihck oui
iurh tritle, e-jpeoinily when one ha
only a half-jovcreign with which to
pav for them.
It . i . i., i.:
weMorn clouil-hftiik before Millie iliove
the sorrt'l horse nml ruty wngon out
upon the lonely roail.
"l uon i cjire: i m not om- on
afraid," Millie ileclnred. a the little
hote, which was far from iM-inir a
marvel of fleetuess, ambled honie-want
fene besan to hum a livelv mr, nml
fell to debatina with her-elf whether
the lighter sha-le of hlue wouM not
have been more beooniinir to her
friends and physicians pn nunced mt blomle prettin.-s. than the dark which
Mis fucker will celian
"Oh think of the home over there," Is,
the sweet refrain of a popular hymn.
We have no disposition tn throw any
cold water on the honest effort of the
pious poet, but we do wish he had dt
rected his energies tothe Improvement
of the Home down here. Whenaman
or woman thinks of a home over there
so much that the Home below the
clnudsgetbut little attention we think
t iat kind of piety is not practical. Just
think of the Lome that you occupy and
try and make it better, happier and
purer. The home over mere is in net
ter hands, and won't need your exclu
sive attention at. til o i get there.
la CMsarapllM IWewrakle?
Head the following : Mr. C. H. M
rls. Newark, Ark , sys: "Was down
with the Abs;ess vt ihe I.ungs. and
an Incurable Consumptive, ivgar
takti g Dr. King's Xew Discovery f..i
Consumption, em now on my thira
botlle. und able to oversee the work oc
my Urn). It is the finest medicio.
Jesse Middleware Deoatur. Ohio
sars: "Had it not been for Dr. King'
Xew Discoverv for Consumption I
would have died of Lung Troubles
Was given up bv the doctors. Am now
In the t est of hea th." Try it Sample
bottles free at Taylor & ilwing s dn g
We hard the other d-ty of young
minister who was "taken d'iwn"verj
handomely by a bright little gtrl. He
had been called upon quit uneipect-
edlv to address a Sunday school, ami U'
give him time to collect his thougbti
k. ..ViJ . nnullnn 1 ti, M re II Bwi I
, , j , , . , . ,, ' C n . . D . J . Ll . . . . . . -. ,
waa aimpiy an up uu tiunieu. uie.s , .. . . .h, , ,Mk ,yMa,f- A lib
being not even f idder for the cattle.
They will all be coming bvk to "Mis
souri and salvation" within a mou'.hor
Wksi Am I Tw not
The symptoms of Biliousness are un
happily but too well known. They
differ in different lntlivi lualt to some
extent. A lilllous mm Is seldom a
breakfast eater. Too frenuently, alaa,
be basan excellent appetite for liquids
but ooDe for solids of a morning. His
tongue will hardly bear inspection at
any time; if it is not white and furred,
It is rough, at all events.
The digestive si stem Is wholly out
of order and Dlarrtui' or Constipation
may be a svmplom or the t wo may al.
ternate. There are often Hemorrhoids
or even bias of blool. There may be
giddiness and of ieii headache and ac
idity or flatulence and tenderness in
the pit of the stom tcli. To correct all
thus It not eff ct a cure try Green's Au
guft Flower, I s cost but a trifle and
thousand aites' its elllcacy. eow
In a Nutshell.
Tbe Courier-Journal gets the matter
Ot protect! n down very flue, when in
a somewhat facetious way the editor
places the aituttlon in the following
dialogue: " Will you tell me what tbe
tariff lsr'rhe Urlff, my son, is a
plan for t.klng shiploads of money
from the people for the purpose of ad
ding it to th first cost of merchandise
at kbops and factories In order lhat
when these goods are distributed and
the people buy them they may have
the privilege of paying that much more
1 it them, say for f 1 worth of
gwd. Sue? And them it bus auoth-
tr p.irpoie. It gathers together these
shiploads of money from all kinds of
p -ople who could lend It at 7 to 13 per
cut. to their neighbor, and gainers it
al' at Washington and holds millions
and millions of it there to lead to the
rich men of the east at 3 percent. See?
Kit why do the people want to pay
their money to mike goids b'gh, and
why do tbe people want to give up
t mlr on good inouey to be lent so
cheaply to the rich man of the tat', as
you say V" "The people are very fool
ish about many things, my son."
tie girl on tbe front seat, who had her
self committed to memory several dec
lamations, held up ber hand and in a
shrill voice asked: 'What do yen
know y" Baptist Weekly.
The Ohio Democrats could well af.
ford to encourage Governor ForaV er
to remain upon the stump. Ues-os
that "tbe liepublicansare now fighting
to com nell ttoulhernrs to remain in
tbe Union, to follow a common dee
tiny"; and he denounces the l'resident
as "a Coppeihead." Tbe language ol
the Governor a". Cleveland was so Tic
lent and undignified that ladies in tbe
audience felt compelled to leave tbe
4 airai RSMsamalftasB.
Mr. W. K. I'owers, 3J33 Thomas S
Louis, states: Ballard's Snow Linimi nt
cured him of a case of ' bronic beu-
matlsmof 4 years sundlng. He gooo
t ea): "For Ave Tears Isuffcred all tbe
torments of the damned, lived through
a years of misery a thouswd times
thanfleaih. I blesstheday when I was
induced to try Snow Liniment Tb ee
b ittlea removed all traces of the dread
disease and I am my self sgatn. Smith
& l'atton. Agents. novS
This thing of becoming an enemy to
a man because bis views on religion.
politic, or temperance differs frorr
yours i. ihs vilest nonsense. It does
more to engender a detrimental pur
pose to a town orcommunitv than ao
one thing else. I find that manv who
should know that every man bas s
right to bis own cp Dion" are Inclined
to think differently, and by their ac
tions plane themselves in the category
of narrow-minded and selfish people.
The ill fee'ing brought about by heat
ed discuuion sboul I be speedily over
come, lest it result in more bitter
enmity; it Is oouteusical to an extreme
and all men should dwell in harmony
together, regardless o their beliefs in
these matters. Prowler, the Parson.
A aoaad Mlud lit a Kvuwal UshIw
Science aud philosophy have exhaus
ted tbemselrvs in profound tieatisesto
determine tbe just relation between
mind and matter, between body a nd
soul, how to preserve the equilibrium
between the two, and how to restore it
when it is lost by sickness of the bod.
This (teat problem has succetslullj
been solved by a grnib uuu in North
Carolina, by experience on biuiself,
provlug that au ouuee of pi actu al ex
perience is worth st-veral piuuds ot
acieutlUc or philosophical tiicoriziug
Mr. liaiolln is one of the bntkuuau
Insurance men iu Wiua'.uu, X. C.
Uentleweu ever s nce I was seven
years of age 1 have bud what the doc
tors call hip disease, und which 1 call
white swelling. My l ip was drawn
out of place. There sat a swelliug at
tbe knee j not, wb-ie lutie is a profuse
ruuning, which 1ms beru there for
years. Of course Hi s has greatly de
pleted my svstem. tugetlu-r with surgi
cat operation ou tbe 1 g bone. 1 tried
very kuow n bl iod p inner lo build up
my system, but u n did me good until
I look bj. . a. 1 ua it every spring. It
always builds tn up. giving iae appe
tita and digesti'tn, ai d enables me to
stand the lo- f. trt'lig. enervating, hot
uaimer dav a. To n tiiere Is no such
medicine for purlfjlug the blood and
building up Ihe wasUxl systeia aa s.S -ft.
Ua using It I soon became strong
of body aud easy of miud. My color
cbauge from a pale, worn look to a
lieallby, robust complexion.
Yourr, very tiuly. M. S. IIamlim.
W loton, ti.C., April It. Iax7.
Trwti- ou liloud and bkin Diseases
ma led fiee.
fur aalr by all druggists.
Ti' r' in Hfhviric Co, Dawer ,
Am Ea mt Bmmm ftrnptuf.
EMward Hhepbefsj, of liarrubur. Ill
lav: ".Uvlojt r-oeived to much benefit
Irom Electric Bitter. 1 (twl It my duty to
let humanity knew it. Hare had a run
ninjf ore on in lef for fight vear; my
dt.ir fitiJ I would have to hare Ibt-
bone criel or leu umputated. 1 used
inIad, three tx-.ttlen ol tle tric Bitter
and avven boi Bucklen,t Arnica i'vt
and my rg la now ound and wll
KUctrie liitu-m are -old at ll'tyanU
tXsttle, and Bueklen' Arnica btlv;atl
i,U per l ux. by Taylor a-il twin, til
THt Farmtr't Wilt.
From tbe Ifetrott Fire frmt.
A toy balloon beat up fron a town
in Kentucky atiout the Ut of SepUni-
tjer wiu fuuud the other diiy ia a field
in New Vtirk 8 late, where it bad just
alighUd, and tbe farmer wife atooce
decided that riovideDCe bad aeut her a
Wbati th m Cbild. b rrwd for t Mtuna,
Wbra lbs bcaiM Mm. Um daug w C'Mluriav,
WiMB k)U had CbUdna, U ST UaMi Cmums
English laudlorda are uyiuff to prac
tice evictioa Id the Trxaa panhandle.
There la no better place in America to
try the experiment We venture the
predictioa that the crowbar brigade
will make but one effort lo Texm. At
ter that effort the brigad will need
recrutUDg, and reading the future in
the light of the past, recruit will hard
ly be plentiful.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
liphtberia i epidemic iu the vicin
ity of badorua, Uliuoiand tome twen
ty deatua hva occurred there iuiat
Uia diaeaa first made ita appearance,
for me to-morrow if I (wi-mo to t;ike
tiie light," he finally decitK'd.
And havine disposeu ol the matter
temporarily, she wa at liberty to
Botire how very, very dark ii was
The sun had pnne from view cntiro-
lv. and the cloud-b:uik was over-nrrad-
the whole hnrizoii. Ami jihi
ahead waa the utriu of pine?, through'
which the narrow road ltd its dark,
Dn co faster, Billy can t you?
Mie mailt' an lnenecinai Hiiriniu iu
applv the sh-rt, wurti out whin in
effectual tecaue in ht-r nervmn haft.t.
it slipped from her hand ami IH1 .
under Ue wairon. She would !:ardly )
have atopjM-d to recover it then hud it
been tnade of froid. I
liuly wat? a itepioraniy mm annual,
to ay the lpaL He had no fe:ir ol i
p. -in 2 Uirough the Leaver womla upon
the darkest niirltt ever made. His!
nerves were proof aaiut llio appal
Ition of white rocks ut the ruiuiMde,
locomotive whittle!, and the whole
catalogue of equine terrors. Notnin
could iniluee lum to ureaR into a run.
Ul best ipeetl was a meFsimHl amble.
Go, eol Billy!" the girl kept cry
ing, iu the hote of nrouing the uniiuul
from bi chronic apathy.
II wai Ol no me. iiiecniu'n
and thickened, and the wooded aisles
were pervaded by midnight gloom.
A UflJ WH.-S.I.V 0',a
aoltuiuly through the tree-top:, aud ,
the distant muttenujjof tuuuuer por
tended a nuiiUHT tonn.
I can nureiy reach hoiue before it
rains," Mube atured heielf.
And to bra- up her waning eonr-
ape, the began buiuimnp:
Then, an if to show what a heipb -i
creature she could be in the hands nf
perverse fate, oinethintf nbtint tin;
harness went "twang, and Billy came
to a dead halt.
J wonder if it it one of the trams
a hold-back!" Millie eicluiiuod,
peering over the dashboard.
But she could see absolutely nothing
gave Billy's uncouth outline.
Homot niiir ninnt have given way.
And oh, ditar, I dou't dart to get out
to lind out the troublu'-''
Jn.t I ben she beheld I to; figure ot a
man stalk forth from the deeper shad
ows of tiie treea-a tail man, who
carried something over lii houht
that mient Jiave been a gun,
whose heavy boots made a clumping
sound 04 he advanced to the ftiuo ol ;
the wagou and peered up at the ;
hh, a voung iaiv:" ne eicihiii)1'!, i
and be took off his broad-oriu.med
straw hat, adding, in a deferential
tone; 'I beg pardon, really, but I was
about to request a rule as far as tna
next houe. Didn't think of It being
a ladv. Hope I didn't frighten youi
N-no Millie faltered, for she was
trembling like an aspen leaf.
'I'm raul Bronon. the civil en
gineer who is surveying for the new
railway line, and 1 m peaceably dis
posed, he explained, "J'hey said I
could find board at one Martin
Leaver s, hrt house beyond tue strip
of woods. It "
"I am Mr. Leaver s daughter," Millie
Interrupted, her heart giving a great
throb or roiici.
Then, if you don't mtud. I II share
the wagon-seat with you, for 1 see It
is made for two," and the audacious
Mr. Brouson ulauU'd one heavy boot
on the fete p.
4o, no: cried aimic.
He drew back, staring at her m sur
prise at the decisive repulse.
"afcnueiMng about the harness has
broken," she rapidly explained, not
wishing bun to think wi' ungracious
even for a momeuL
tic liastHv investigated, and then
said, as he complacently mounted the
X Uold back unimc.ieu uiiu in an.
Drive along, if you piuu( Hathej-dark
along here isn't it, Mikc ,eaver'r''
I'm not very timid, said Milliu,
1 should t-ay not, u you are in mo
habit of driving through these wood
alotsO iu thu (iveuing,' returned Mr.
After a little tutu sc, a- they were
emerging from the darkest part of the
road, .Millie ventured to hay: I
Vou wished ft boardnig-pluee, air? I
lor a fiiw w te. unir'. If your
folks could aecoiiini4dale in', it fyould
save a tramp from the village t-vuiy
Uiorning," h replied.
'Ihey will take you, 1 think. '
Hhe gave him a bidulong glance, and
saw thl he was very haiiduiuu, ufU;i
a Uoiiusd, inutiiy fuhion.
Are vou vou marriidr Millie
asiked, the ipietiuii bpriuging fioiu her
lips bfore she could realitu liow ridic
ulous it was in her to ak it.
Her cheeks weiu Iu a (laine as ue
looked at her, huighing uiuieally.
'No, 1 m inn, ne ueelaicU.
He added, with an audaciousness
that fcivered MiUie with yet deeper
"1 have Iu mind a young Udy, hovy
ever, to whom 1 uieuii to make u pro
posal of marriage as tuxAi un we be
come a little better acquainted."
''Yonder is our houe, ami I don't
think it will fain, after ull," said
And a sudden pull at the rclu
paused Billy Ut atuble somewhat fiuter,
I'M course he hud to say something
after my prutMinptiou," she reHHoned,
while her heart beat in a hlou tha
resi'iituieiit ilid not excite.
Motherly Mrs. Leaver was too oblig
ing Ui cfnte the stranger's request,
and Mr. Hroinoii win n""igneil to h.r
bet spare clianiber, over the fitting
room. "MiUie can help me about tlmrxlra
work, if yon can put up with plain
fare,-' nhi' said.
And the next two week were the
?liortePt and happiest Idillic Ua ever
"Don't pet too iiiiu h by him till
you're sure he meant something by his
attentions," cautioned Mrs. Leaver
"1 enjov talking with him I toon inn
he is so jilv lhat is nil. mother," said
Millie, a though she were the most
heart lets eomiriie in the world.
But the obtervani mother
"Mind what I fay, child,
The verv next lii'-rning. ns
was tilling a va-e with fieiu llower in
Mr. Hrou-ton'- fintn. ?iit) imtteeil n
photograph on a mii.iII eael on the
It wa- of a woman, yuiing and very
beaut i I ul, iillluitiiji l here w u -ium-ining
in t lie sliL'hity bntbov cheeks
that indicated tailing health in the
Millie hmked nt It with n sudden
pang of jtalou-v. This ehanged toil
di lie rent yet keener pain a he took
it up ttmt read iiu tiio hack these
words, written with a pen:
"My flr"t Htiil i uly love."
And underneath a name and date,
"Mhii1 HhwIi'v lln-'ii-iiii. niurrti il I .'eeiiiluT
Strii. Ins., ilieO l-Vl.tiiati inl. li. "e. I . Ii."
As Millie'- g.i.e deViMired tliec lines,
it grew suddenly d:o k ahoiii her. She
would have fainted had she not been
called to tnore practical tietion by thn
v oieo of Diek, her twelve-year-old
brother, calling from the foot of the
"Yes, in a moment!" die re-ponded.
"To think that he a widower, and
a happy and thoughtless s n sehool
bov, and his poor. Imvuii 'fill wife in
her grave only four mmuiIi--!'' whirled
through Millie s brain u -be ran into
her ow n rrotn to eompo-e her fare be
! fore the gla-t. that her ii'.other mijjht
nt see her siitl'erin".
"Why don't yoti eome :ilo?ig, and
i not keejt your beau waiting all day?"'
came again from he I ox, in aeeents
' that niisjht have been heard for an
J eighth of a mile in nil direetioits.
Ihere was no turtlier Hanger or
Millie's fainting away. Her heart
bounded. her cheeks lUimed.
"Paul Bronson waiting fur nic!" eho
She conipre..ed her lip for one in
tense moment, and then said:
"I will see him, and I I '
What sho would do was left un
spoken. She ran dow n the stair, and
found Paul in the porch, watt hing a
rather spirited horse from the village
"Obliged to drive over to Kidgway
ten miles thought yuu might like
do he explained.
"Better ride out with yer beau!" in
terpolated Dick, Wit1! a 3 oiiiiL'ster's
delight in an older sUter's confusion.
"put on your hat, Millie it is warm
enough and never mind about an
other dres, for you are tnelianting
enough in the one you havo on,"
added Mr. Jironson.
"I will go witli him," thought Millie,
with a vague determination to mnko
this heartless widower Miller Ua he de
served for his levity.
As bho went for her hat die met her
mother face to fae.it.
"Millie, what has happened?1' was
the anxious inquiry.
"jotliiug. mother." trving to break
awav frotu the genib,. detaining hand.
"Tell me, child. Vou are palu as a
"I'm going to ride, mother. F lease
let me go:
And sue broke i
meiit nioi u w ai si
Brouson in the liiit trap.
They were well out upon t!
road, with the soft June l.n
The Ieoptea fln-lnjp I
Pavings of the people Increase rapid- ,
ly. Iu this Stale returns of savine;
hanks indicate that about ,"H.(nM
have been addd to the di-poits during j
the past six month, and in this city :
alone about f.s.thsl.iNNi, which is a vrn
id alnnit Jt jht cent, for the entire j
Slat. Thesv ttgure) represent but a :
part of the savings of the people.
moreover; for lare Minis nee iuvt -t' d !
every year in inur.ihce for Ihe pro-
teetioii of wive nil I ehildier-. tir ill Jl
provision for obi nje or di-.ibiliiy. j t i
t It her large miiiis are iui -e-ted iu bn II- I "i
lug nnd loan association- and the Cl't
en-etioti of dvvellin;'-; otln-r sum1 in i 4. H
the vartoiH seenniits of which tim j
number of small bobli r eoii-trt'illy in- , n, n,
creases; other slims in (he pun li :m- "f ; u J'1
lion,, lots, on w Inch the 1 hrifi vo: k ! j,,
ev hope to build hou-es in ton". :u'd ; i.
of the deposit iu nation-it bill).
pari of the inerra-e of !',". :'' K i
iug the pa-t year In tin t 'etiir.il M
id the same eharaeler. Ii the (.-
(mi of people iu thi S'aie b:-.e ;
Jo.nio.ithi in half a year to th"ir
iu-s-bank depi.Mi, that mean
mortf thnn7.;rJ for eveiy inii.it
aetuallv aved from the frim-
It is uol Ut be inf. Tied tl -t ull
saving nre thoe of wa. -t urn
but a large proportion d tin- ann
savtsjl is of that origin. T. . c. n:
has his commercial hank a- eoiKit.
his sceutilie in whicii he kerji-i n,
ployed money where it will i:-;trn
terest and pntlits. 'J in uimufe i
and meivhaut i obligtd ! ha
active bank account, and he g n t
tiuds bi'lter nrolit from hi- nr
fund in extending and iinpr.. in i i-
bllines( t till il he can get Iron, 0
in savings banks. ln e-HL'at !":i m
M i"achu!ett "allow-, it is true, that u
considerable part of the aggregate de
posit?, are made by persons not of ihe
laborinir cla-, but the di.s.iu, tiou b--tveen
th.iM' who earn money bv lab--r
with the hands and with the brain, I
between mechanics and eU-rx-. or V
bt it k keepers, or profe-ioiial per-ot-s,
or men In salaried position, is not ono
vt vital importance. Yet the f.n t remain-,
and it is of the highest im
portance, that the savingsof ih'- wa :e.
earners are increasing wit;, gixat
rapidity. Ar ip York Tribune.
It Was Awful, Indeed.
u 4&y i
Limn t!ie,' in i lit-tl iriillai If Irsi
A fy ' !nj vl (.-an tn msiiihI pulin. In t ha
lo I 1. 1 .Ul, f I t.itj lu Ihn liunilh,
i-ml t in. I "..line-.
i o'l-i j tl.nii, with ocrnhiouiil nttm-ks
t -II.. r iu.-j..
H. .i i tele-. In th loit rf It." licit', ;
'Ml r,i, 0l.ilKi, Hill JtlLtUllLMsl of
ir 11, I-v;t fir-pel t-,
--lint tlic i.lMiauh anl h i we Is
i ii ef i.r:ts, nn-1 rr't. mli-i-
f 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1" :i in 1 n iT - i'-itt.ui
I'V. lj U llliI fot IK-IIVK.'M.
1 i'iT .if i:lle I'rntn tie- I Ivrr
l en il: 1 to R .,.l hritilll. WlhU Hill
la ylll U'-'Utl It li Mill ' IU ..... ..
RIOE & SONS,
Groceries and IK
Kcc.i rnrslar.tiv on hand a nrxn i n.l well s . clinl Slock
f il.o-n !fMiJJ., nrd tlio cm od.T II A IKJ M S. i.i U.nt lino
tli. I iT-innit bo iilt;iiiir(l .'lsowlicro iii Knv coi.nv Call nd
i' )' will convince you, by giving their
1 4 . Jn I V. 1 . . I .11 & I M l
ier in a street-car wi.ich hal ttppcti f-rrr-r: sTTg Y 'V
the Lake street switch the other t'v-'-" cr ' V "B- ''fT V T
r. "I wa lyinjr in the haintu..ck.!' 1 i E ai t! Kl IT f' '
went ou, "antt was drosst.,1 in mv ' C 'J Kij H p W L
ik nun's veilingand. if Ido .v it, ' 4 4 fa S (Slftj 'A
i know I look prettv nice in t mt, ifr;4rlB t&
and in a mo
i their faces, t
piney frajjniiierj bl'iviiti( i:
Uetore a worn wa ini iin.
llow very diniticd you have bo
come, Millie!" lie at ienjrtii uil.
There are occasions when it Is
eminently proper to bu diguiii d, ' aht
fi iiiidly reiortod.
lie looked at her in quizzical sur-
A painful epiodu that internij
love's vouiir dream is told bv th'-
mira iiiiz ttc: "Oh, it was p'-rfecliy
awful." said one vounix woman to an
other in astreet-car wi.ich had toptiel
on the Lake street switch tb
and lie was sitting in a porch, chair be- j
side me. It was a lovely evening, for
there wasn't a sin of a moon, and j
even the street-la 'Tip on tno cnrinr
wain't lighted. We were having a
delightful time, and he jrrew in.ire nnd ;
more atl'-tiotiate. it was delight- I
ful! He in Id one of niv hainls and
kept the hammock swaying back and 1
forth. Finally he leaned toward me,
his face almost to mine, nnd 1 knew hu
' was jut about to say tmethitnr aw
fully nice, when what do ymi think
, tiio lianimook string brkc! I ha!
j taken oil' my bustle so I conid ivhno
comfortably in the bam mock, and,
saw the way I struck that poicii "
!liut just then the car sped on.
The Goohor Crop.
1 The peanut crop is no '-mu!l id -m."
Of the 3, .vis.'.'""' bush-is rai-ed in 1-'I,
worth aijout ;,,(" t. "tut, Virginia raided
j in about half a dozen canities iu thn
I tho eouthwestern corner tif t'm stat.i
j ti,6H.t,isJ bushels, or tive-seventh. It
! is claimed by J. W. J'diusui, of Kiel.
j mond, Va., "that for fodder the vines
' arc nearly cpial t clover hay. Holm
t wilt fatten on the nuts left in the
j Lr round. Peanuts are raised on land
hadv which will not grow corn, tobacco, or
'...."i I wheat nrolitably. Iu manv parts r-f
erval of "elo-
And then, unci an ii
"Vou reinemb:-r, Millie, thr.t v.lirn I
first met you I a:d I bml a certain
youiiir lady in mind to wlenn I meant
to make a proposal nf marriage when
we became a little better iniKiintcd; '
"I rememiier, ' Millie reinrncil, in h
tone intended to bxpre- her most
bitter scorn, "that vou have made a
prcat many ab,unl and ami saeri
iefrious remarks; ami you ought to be
ashamed of yourself tiiere! 1
i'aul Hronfon i'juked to see if there
was tiio liht of lii-atiity ut iiUie's
audi0-'1 8 0 ln'tio111111011
"'led luo, d irli'i'j", what I have sab!
or done to otteud y,u'. .bau thraak
awav from hitn.
"t shall nt li-ten to Midi lan'naire
from a a widower! And our lit t
and only love hardly iu her jfravy,
too! And now yuu wuuld luako love
to to me! '
Her voice broke. Sho covered her
face with her haii'ls. The linse
walked slowly, and ile-m was a very
loill; imervai oi Siiieitce.
At last Millie Btolu a sly at
tlie face of her companion lo see how
he bore up under tiie deserved denuu
oiatiou. Ho iefiine'l to be bearing up under
it remarkably uei1, f'c hu w:o induli;
iug in u hUeiit tit of laughter. He
sobered instantly, ho v, ever, when he
saw that bhe wus looking at him.
llefore sho could remount rale, be
ha'l clasped her in his anus.
"You lire my ti -t ami only love!"
he critj'l; "ti.d I know that 1 am yours
aUo. for no woman ever ii'teieti bueh
bitter words to one she did not love.
Hear me, 11. Hie," as nhe tried to break
way f.oti) him: "1 am not a widower;
1 never had a wiig; 1 tunLr shall have
one unless you accept me: and the
photograph which you must havo seen
on my table that is the cause of a
ridiculous misunder-standin on vour
I.arr. 1 recci.et iiii.,ti my brother
hilip yesterday. I. is a pictuie of
his wift!, who died 1ut tebniaiy, and
he wrote those words n the back,
over hii own initials, which are the
tame as mine. Tnat is all, darling,
and it clears up the terribly forbidding
Cloild, d(jt;nlt't it f '
What need wan there of an answer,
with her head ne-tiin upon his
fchoiiiiler? Ami wl.en liny rei uriu-il
from their drive, und i'aul assisted
ratliant-faeed Millie to alight, Dick, the
li , i;pref)-Jbbj, u?. ';tiiie.il, I'. ud tjU'.'.ih
ful ew.-rvboUV till; liienose lo heal:
1 11 bet Millie s feilur has popped
Native or l oreinn Trcen,
An editorial in ihe r. uhn if el-i. , a,
follow-: "We f-d ju-tiii' d in ad.ln.'
to tln-sB j'elicial Mateun.-ut a Wold ot
ntl uug ucouiiicndal ioh iu f.i uf ol
nali :is against foreign, or ut b-at
us against lairojt an, ti ce. At the
best tbe billet- ate unci Haiti in nlmo-t
every cumi, mIiIIm tlie fortm-r have an
iiiboi u uiel u Well-prove. i t : : !o u,
I rusted. J he nei-t ouci ful ot u.i-
meutal planting that ban e r h-eii
donu in America sh'w H- re-ult, in
-tlcetsof aucll louii, a Mo'kbiide,
fireat Harrington, hab-u,, ami
Haven, ami Wiethe work of nn-n v. ho
went lo tin' f'Hc-t and ma o Lite inti
i;ry for their infant elli.i and maples,.
Ceilainly our in'in recently pUnied
jturkii oiler rinall pi "iiniae id u 1 ; k o
maturity of bc:tir.y wit 1 1 tin ir Jl'ir
peun oaK ami nhei, tic-ir hnieh
and Ausliiau piuc, iu uhno-t as tic
idfptblu a hta'.e as their Ni u uv
MilUi.i;i). t bell Pot Ol'Uaim tl lal but
past vx iericui e t'-l!
agaiimt Kiiropeau ti
deuce of recent ep i inieiii ith nati q
1 1 ties MS IU the plantations of in
digeliou coliiteix in e.i-ti'lil M:es
cliun'ttb in of the most cucoui ugiiu
North Carolina the maiu rehuncu U
upou ihe peanut crop.
1'reuy H oiiM-n.
AM women look attractive whn
their clur and cmplcxiou is cie.tr. Jf
your tkiu U Raliow, ej en dull, jouait
bilious, secure a bo of Wii;iims Aus
ir.'iliun Herb pili3. take as din cted,
huJ the feeling of Ur guorwill have
you, your eye britfLtcti, ar.d you art
another woman. Try them. Trice 2-,
cents, b dd by honth A l'ul'.ou. 7-1;
' ' TSTT TiTTtsjTWs tl
I in uh l.i.1 i . t-,11 t i.a I U v , tl , Mi if I
. : I v.... i A i. r t ,1,-tn-- tl,!.,..,!,,-.!.,. i,.a - .
CiU Wii I iay, "1 inn LI Ileus, '
mt "I tiv Men nt j-. t dp's iT C.i. C
i'i- j i'.:' ' j i',:L'7. -:i'.i.,'J:T'''",J. :
!,"' ea-r.i e. i:.rti.vr. " Cornrr of Cnmilen Avcmio'and Jlniu t'ircit, ' 1
Mv s'--:-""' ik i i '-' r"-i f W'r.i-r't
. - ! J. ll.iiin it'll., 1'lill.uli' li'hlii, 1 a. I
i .... i .ti Mj i-,Xi,
11 's.;; : V ' ii 1 -.I 'lw.i-i .:l il UTIfii:!:l I
i .v ; - ' i .. 7--i i, "I . , q j.-i P'' ; i "1 ca ( icxaa asm I
I AoV a Vit Woiilil rcrocfullv mv thnt I kcon nrpiT-r.il slock in the
"WJ . i . . ' r - -
Z'l yi.l '' "-ii'K'3 " A" w. i win not e-juiiiciiitf, itit 'k tuosc
so f: 5s EXvV "l',":lo lu uu lo tail uiki
lirir SEE ME AND SAVE LIONEY.
IV'l-"gr3 m nnn 'l'lui;kiii,'J' my nany friends fn paft r-atronoge, I iifck a
fflIfl'f ii li f ill c"luinu;ir"e"f lll08ame-
,.,1 . KBSSaak SSt Ml Skim- -1 t 8 I ' i . .. . . . .......... m r , i B I - (( . I
i:- rf 14 U
m mm r -
j S F I t U V A TER
fp:u;K; :"0aifD3 AKD KORfiO KU.'iT ICO !
S1SC?A;1' Ikiv "1 o IIi-n,ks?, llar.lv, Lo-.-iV -i M.LOWAYS from
t&aseia sVt a-1 t'.U.-'s Vil'i e- k l( y l' it-;, v . aasji jsj ... i em
f-.-rrv Tuc ciD'ED?,r D ':-' - "-,Ijpoitcr f,lld :
y: :"'l i uu.kn .., I,. . is.tA ! r, x. v., 'ua v ; o r.vy v, .wi a rat.
fs lV l""1"'' Itsi-MriiM.-.- r- '
t.; ,-f l7.- -J t . 1 5 1 - -1. vim-.. - II. Hl'l .
U2"vrVf Vl"Va onitll Mi Ii- nut !.;' - ' ' - .
S---'? unit. -I :liilv ti. hi 'Hiil l. I n
SiH1 fm.Qff s5A?es RiEAras
i M , !i;..i.V.ir?.rrt.?.'.'V!'r.to.S';V-2a
11 1 I i Je i. I'tv'fi i 1 -l 1 " 1lir"'- i.ii'.'.: "i' it' In tTrr viral r-
1 V. . .-I XI ff 1:1 K'l i .I,.nii V . aii-i 1 Mum; . s-,ual tn V
V I V vN l Yli Xh t,,r 5' "V 1 ,! 1. I "ml- c;!f Vsrrj,
!"-, ,"'T- UX.J .;J .-'.rut. - - :., r I- lai.il t-r thi
Addrem ...i-r r. f.- i.l.K .1
! -t 1
Ara pretiar.il al anv anil all tltms to aficomoilats
llie in-ulila wltb
I:;:;::, Mi E:;;;:, lis.,
Will ronreT pasvnKPn to any (mint desired a
iiitiiiiiMils n.jllcc. Hoi-sen bnaitU'd bT dav
week or month, on irsKonnhlt tftnm.
( u-tomers may r-ly jii nronuitiif so. ttood turn-
ouu, Mai borae matt niout1 ru cIuu kui.
C. A. reunion. Notary Public It. A
1 Junrtiou, will attend to all business
entrusted to him with care and prompt-
kt. Chura reaaonable. 47-tf
OpnlnR the npanon with the nileliiy f iictrl
DuliUit anil nunlorn hn,nvrd Hiit itnift pa&
"I'Miiff stfaiiiprH, It hvIiij; Jnila WiHsjy:
Nifttnr lirotlt, (id). (I. Ki'ltli, flltutpr.
hlNtmcr Myeutluff, llinry Kcitli, .Mhhot.
For Lxlaj(tou, KauM tit nnd nil w.y latnt
lDK. Jk.nki.sa & HASH,
npnral AgeuU, bt. Louts, -Mv.
Vt. G. KiJfO. Aeut,
Cauidta, Uu. 17-
I want to buy all tbe marketable wool
Kay countT. anil will pay tiio vnry
biticst market price tn cash lur the
same. BriDjr In your wool aud ut tbe
cash (or It,
Office at tbe Wasson Ilouse, Rich
STEOPE & CO.
BUS W. St M , Uunmmn illj,
have to cloee out over
nd ihf y will tro renantlpnn H cosl viuttl Jnntiury
1st, 1S-7. are nverntockcil. kiitl uu can it't
I'lao or Ornn at li.ilf irii'c ly caJllLft
early or wrUuiat tor caulomifH and prii:B. ir
lEistiut lo ateeoucl Uiuiil fiauua, lit lie uhkL iu
Thii Mnunzine porlrnyi Ameri
can thoiiKlit and lite from oc8ii to
ocean, is lilicd with pure hiffb-clnn
litoruture, and nut bo sti.ely wel
comed in nuf Itimily circle.
PRICE 25o. 0Rl3 A YEAR BY MAIL,
ivnpii Cooy of eumni r.umuir matttd upon r
4tpt of 25 tit.; baak numUti, 16 eta,
I'rfmlnm I,)tt wtltt either.
E. T. Strn li Silt, TdUahsrs,
130 A III? Pearl St., N. V.
I will be at Ihn fjiljin? l''.ai-i-s f-.i
the pun-ose of ci lltili:! In:t ! f r t lie
yer lJ-t-7 and ask jo': to Lrh.g correct
numlii-ra of yovir laud.
IUrdin, FriJay aud Saturday (lito
ber as and 2'J.
(li orgeville, Mon-ia;', Octnl er 31.
W. A. IIOI.M AN. I oll-etur.
X5L tx o Is. inc
(THI NiW QUIN Nil
B-" - - . ita. f.'T 1.1
A Powerful Tonic
that ihe ncnt iomH-li -a ill te.ir.
A'fflj fc.rnnlHrtu, rln- .ma-nn, in rvou
prisirMtiiii. ami il ai-nn rj s .,-.
'lli- mm' M-it-iitMif nr.it mt;tsaiul Uiwjil purJ!
jr hu r.ur l t,'.iiuiio.
Mr. Jol.ti (, hear Lj'irciLyh. f Itim. N r,.v, ri'. i :
"I K.-t m tl.ir'.t, m t! e ;.h,' ii ;iri-iv. lu.-i t r ;
liiu j'l-isr fr 'in lU tivi t;;i lin i i' 1 -i
uri Ibl) rt'ij d v,n w; tn I tii-anJ ut lw-!,;ne, (in
ii-A' ','1 Uf:.-. It Ih 1;-I in" ;! I u 'i
F'' ii'1s. UaVc but IkmI ui:li U'Jvi l Itt.nlU ill ifl-
It tvr tmroln rnvi jrcr-'jiii, giving full
de'.iisi ill M) rui oti n,.ijiU' ion.
Kh.k)ti can Utt ti v.n limit miy h.JtulM'
tneiJ'f'Hl trtvlp. 01 str Sott'e. fsuld l.y
jr HtUt by mall on ren-iM 'l (r'c.
KA.-KI-Nt:i . .M Urrs.1. St., N. Y.
GEO. I, WASSON, Proprietor,
Loittwl convriif i.t tn ull l,nr'h-f
Ol jL.illiUra tfUiithfH'. I ot mint lnHit.,'
Knoii; Itirti atnl taijf and wt-H lur
niniit-d. lirul aliening! Ktvi.'ii to tr.ivt-i-1
1 1 k ul. In-. Ootid ittnjilH rwoiii t i
4'ijtiHiifrrial liit-u. 1 sii-lt s HiicidifU
with tim bent (lie la-itlset jillLln
Itrck to and fiuia all Udlaa. ( hari n
CHKAPlSiTEAf INO ON EAHTII1
Aci vOUH CirtOtikR FOH I llttill
imrj ft ci irin'Tm:Ut;ii:isLnoOmYC'iJii'itl
2 i.liiOA'i, IJ TAKE NO OTHtR Bi'AaU
"liioii l iiii co., fill louib, no.
li Ttrr . If vi-ji
tl u a .Hitut cii'i.
James Fleams & Co.
l Llnooln St., Boston, Mass.
!fl Sola AgeuU For
CsCt the Best Paper
The Staunch Old
Only $1.50 n Year. Six Months 73 coats.
A. Practically Perfect Preparatiou for Children'3 Coaaplaiuls.
u, in .jUi-.lii.it.
M I V istrohl-
w lull On i i-
Children Crjfforjitcher'i Castoria. ChlldrnJCrjf JorPitcher' Castoria. Children Cry for. Pitcher's .Castor!;
We will furnish t one H.liln-irt trti
Kirliniot.il KiCMix uat ami tl.e St. Jus-
1 ei.li (jii.eUeiroinljiiii-d, pyst-iH' IMei.ai'J,
" i nt llie fulluwiiig rated:
! Tl.e ln.Mi.t i;.u nml tlie I) ii'y
! elle lur tine y, ar .iii
'The Kkmhiiiat ami llie Wfi-hly.
j tia.ene lr mie e.ti ti
.The llKi!'H.UAT at.a Ihe Mii.U.iy
I Ga-tle lor une yi-itr t')
Tlie Ui:nx hat ai)U the Wei-kly
j aud huuilay Oa.elle (Unce
p,,.cr; lur one year 3 "0
i The ."t.Josni.li (ii.etteis Dern critic
1 In polities, and is one of the l.t st i.nd
moat liiiluentliil ..i in' i a In the utile
lis Weikly compriai's tin i.i;," ("i
coluiniiaj uf exci-lloiil innUer. and li e
ll.nly liuZHtle t.ikcs riiiik iih the
iiietruiKilitaii nevispapeis uf the cmiu
, try. r'ur siinple copies uf the (luittte,
address the (jazetU I'aulislilnv Cu., bl.
Joseph, iio., or nyv'H ivii.uuioua
U U m PH KEYS'
, L-; .''ri Vj Clf. thi Cold Binttinsr
tl '. v' .-' Ij HI l'.... "li. M-ii l,,i.i,i;,
B ' ' , . ' -f 1 h 1 1 i.i n iitu1.
i '- '- ' "'-" '' t. .
i 11 AL Nut.
i li i III
, A l-iiltifi.l r, rli4.
4 UIV.t ; j
-"il 111 III J.' aid .fi t
? iU: - (M, I .lll.ll, ..l.1 ' - ...I
lr . i,l 1-tiM!l y,.'lllal MCftkNIiM .A
i.Ji .i,,,. n tv . i.i.i.V-fi, -Wrty.-.p ii, i.. . jv
' r., u i p i w .
G F. 2. S. D. DAV. ESQ H
1T LOUIS, MO.,
Tb.o Great Specialist;:,
jir-lty TuMhito H'u
n 'l Cfr
1 III. 'iUlulivs
I 11 I'lUNTING 0Y ALL
d kiuiU at thu cfiice.
rfi. -ii ro.'jiiidn fruui bultAijua tutd kludrwl
t i..i nf floxnrihista bnrt Hri.httHa, PHmery.
lai ' UI..I '1 t-rli.ir y In ul"'. Ii) llw HHI Hi'h1 ,t
i n iii. i Ib. ti v w liiili l ati.uU ai sMsltJ uiu.h
'ries n.i!rntss "..n-r it mt on Inrloding
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'iU.n.i.l.. til !,...( . b1..hI4 l.t IhBOr
al-AitiiC-VI. ULar-UM. UttuUiiu liU i-H-sK.
As i.B.i d I in t'.n H l-lpt (.f New
1'ull Mi!!it.i'ty, Notii.i:3. '1 rlinmli rs,
llotery, :. A full stuck of the ctl-tbiuli-il
JOUVIN Kill I.LOVKM
Just received. 1 In se are the best made
Cull awl tv UliU i'0Kl'9 Uoods.
tiamo on a paokur-e of COFFEE is a
tuarantoo ol excel lunca-
COFFFI3 Is kfit i.i all faat-clnaS
ivturbti iroia the AUauUo tu tha I'aunto,
ts nevr pfod whan exposed to the all.
Always buy t hi.--1 rntrl In hermetlrall
ralod OU& FOUND FACK.AQt.ti,
FAST MAIL ROUTE
Equipment and 8ped unaurj fcscd.
3 DAILY TBAINS 3
8I..Louls, Kansas City and Iha West.
5 DAILY TRAINS j
And ciolc of Two Routes lii'lwi'en St. I'tiis
ami Txaa jioints. Free ri'i lluhiK Clnilr i'nia
aud Fuilaiau liulltt Blet-itioj? i'ars on all truiua.
H. C, TOWNHENIl,
Sa bl. Luuls.Mo.
maa, U aiiVt ' i'SI IMsfl flill 'hassrtL Isjf l' sal a. fa
USED EYTIISEEST FENMEK
aaiuisatlir, ausl DitrcMllty.
io iamplea for U&1, pokt-pauU, ia CcoU
IVIOM, BCAKCMAN, T A VI. OR, A CO.,
tbi Ibfl UnaMivsy, Hvw Vara.
THI3 COOD OLD STAND-BY
aecompllahes- for evwybodyeiawtly what liclatmcj
fur IL Oaeof tbe reatona lur tbo Rroftt populnrity (
tba MuBtanR Llulment ia fouml lulti uittvernal
Bppllcablllir Er7btKlynediiichi. mrJlctno,
Tba I.uatibarnian neod it Iu cac of coMent.
Tba Housewife neAlt it for general family uu,
Tbe Cnnaler aedi It for hla teaiuisuiit tils i.icu.
Tbe Muchaalo needi It alwayit ou liU work
Tba Miner needi it la aa of mertBry.
Tbe l'leneer DeoJ)t can't net aloiiK witliotit !t,
Tbe Farmer noed U in bin bouao, bin tUble,
and liUituck yard,
Tba HteantboHt mna ar ibc Dontmau neda
It In liberal lUpplyaUuataDduhuro.
Tba lloree-lant-ltur ueudi It H U bU betl
trlnd and aafuat rcllonoa.
Tbe H(ckf rower needi It It will tare blot
Ibnutaada of dollar aud a world of troulilt.
Tbo Ral I road naa neada It and will need It ao
long aa hla life U a round of aoculeutaaud duuuira
Tbe Uackweodatnan noodclu Ikvru ts not ft.
lng like It aa ao auttdoto lor tho dani ra to Ilia,
limb and comfort wtiloh aurround tbo lner.
Tho Mereba&t aecda II about bit store among
hla employees. Aocldauu will bapiM-a. and wtwn
these oonie the Huataug Liniment la wonted at onoo.
KoeraUwitlolutbollouee. "UaUt beatot
Keea a llotile la ihe bad or r. ItaiMmedlata,
use la oaaa of aaoldaat aaee pain aud loss of wanes.
Kooa m Belli Always U Iha bHavhlt fttti
Mt nkta iwii, , '