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never have found anything to
surpass the colTee and biscuits
that your mother made, but the
that delisrhted your father and
the- prices that he considered rea
sonable would hardly prove sat
isfactory to you in this age of
progress and competition.
is an appropriate term in speak
ing: of the printing we do. We
have a lot of new equipment, and
are constantly receiving; the lat
est styles of type.
and Pamphlets of every descrip
tion printed in the neatest and
most attractive styles. If you
want a catalogue or Constitution
acd By-Laws printed, call on us
increased our facilties for doing
commercial printing. We do
not claim to bo the cheapest
printers in the State we are not
running a Chinese laundry but
at the lowest prices
work can bo done for.
til lit tllill Itltli Uilli
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A KEXH'CKY liAMJIT HUNT.
AH Sorts of Costumes and Horses
A Sturdy Iir'("",rI of All C 'onAiiiera
tiolirt tit Form ICttliiij; Crop Are
Npiit I"hp(I, Hut Whips Are
The dii'ii arc ln'si'(l they please.
I he Indies :is thev please. Ktiglisli
Mood gels e j-.ressioji. as usual, in in
lepeiitience absolute. There is a sturdy
I i levari I of a 1 1 eon.siderat ions of form.
-on:e men wear leggings, .some high
hoots; a feu Iliac brow n shoot i ng-eoats.
M:st of them ride with the heel low
:iinl the toes turned aeording to tem
perament. I he sout liei ti uom.iii s long
l iding-skii t has happily Imimi laid aside.
These young' Mianas wear the usual
habit: only the hat is a derby. ;i cap.
-omctime.s a beaver with a white veil.
r a tam-o'sha ii t er that has slipped
limn behind and left a frank bare head
if shining hair. They hold the reins in
it her hand, and not si. crop is to be
een. There arc plenty of riding-whips.
iiowever. mill somclimes one runs up
he back of some gill's right arm; for
ihat is the old-fashioned position for
he whip when filling in form. On a
trip like this, however, everybody ride
please his i'anev. and rides anvwlwrt
but otT his horse.
The men are siuidy country youths
ho m a few years will make gocxl
types of the beef-eat ing young hnglish
sipiire sunburned fellows with big
! rallies, open faces, fearless eves, and
manner tnat is ea.sv. cordial, kiiKllv. m-
lependent. The girls are midwav be
tween ihe tvpes of brunette and blond
with lea n ing t owards t he lat t er t vix'.
he cl i eine bi n net t e is as ra re as is t he
unlovely blond, whotn (lliver Ven!:'ll
II nine's d i iVeren t iat s from her dazl i tig
sister with locks that have eaught 1 1n
igh t of t he sn n. Kad ia n I with f res hues:
t hese gi rls a re. a nil w i 1 h good heal t h and
t length; round of figure, ciear of eye
lud skin, spirited, soft of voiee and
Imv of ;-,eeeh.
There is one man on a sorrel mule.
He is the host back tit the big farm
house, and he has given up every horse
he has to guests. One of t he girls lias
broad while girth running ail the
wax "around tiolli horse and saddle. Her
ha'ut is the ii!vst stylish in the tield:
: -he has lived a year in i ;ilii hl ton.
pel haps, and has had a t'liish ing touch
at a fashionable school in New York.
Near Iter is a young fellow on a black
1 horong hi -rci I a g rad u:i t :. per ha ps. of
Yaie or I'rinccton. They rarely put on
ait s, coiiples like these, lien ihey
i . ime back hoj;e. hut drop i uict ly into
their old places c it!) friends and kin
tired. I'l din respect io loca I pre judice,
w hicii has a hearty contempt for any
thing that is not carried for actual use.
she has left her riding-crop at home.
Hi' has let his crinkled black hair grow
rattier lung, and has lovereil it with a
black slouch hat.
'onlact with t he outer world lias made
i difference, however, and it is i ;;otig!i
to creuti' a strong bond of sy n: j".t hy
bet v een the.-.' i . "i, a i d to ca u.-e 1 rouble
between euui'trv -! f. :t J'h.v Hi.-, a plump.
d. ba re-he;;ili'd girl. v ho rides
that is trained to the hunt, as
many of the horses : re. and young
l-;ti nit-r ("nrvilo'j. who is c.-ar her on
an iron-gray. I nileed. mist i; icf i-br
ing ar.iong those four. At a brisk v.
Mie line moves across tin lie Id. t he ca p
lain at each end yelling to i lie men-
only the men. for no woman is ever
anywhere but where she ought to be
in a southern hunt ing-field to ki ep it
si might .
I'.'Dv!" sti.i.it-- t he ca plain w it h t he
mighty voice. "1 li;:e -.on ten dollars."
The slouch hat and the w hite girth are
iagging behind. !t is a lovers" ipiarrel.
and the girl looks a little Mushed,
while Phyllis w.iickcs. smiling. "I'.ut
von can compromise with inc." adds
i iie captain, and a jolly laugh runs
down the line. Now comes a "rebel
veil." S .nievv here along the line a
horse leaps forward. Other hrses
'ump loo; everybody yells: anil every
body's eye is on a little bunch of cotton
thai is being whisked with astonishing
' x-t'd through the brow n weeds. There
is a massing of horses close behind it;
tiie while girlh (lushes ill the midst of
t he lr.elee. and the slouch li.it is just be
hind. The bunch f eotli.n turns sud
denly, and doubles back lutwein the
horses' feet. There is a great crash,
and iniii'li turning, t w ist i ng a nd sa vv i ng
of bits. Then tile crowd dashes the
other way. with ( orydon and Phyllis
in tin- lead. The fun has just begun.
.John Fox. dr., in Centurv.
DrinLiiii; liain Drona.
The interesting diyi.'igs and peculiari
ties nl' t he young I; i ng-lir "I. kept, a cap
tive, are thus i leseri I umI : The king
bird Jiv es on i iisecl s. w h ieh it generally
captures on ihe wing, and the young
bird that Mr. Ibimpus experimented
with caught falling drops of water by
st rik i tig a t them with i ts bca k. Iiu t could
nil be induced to d riti U f ruin a dish a f ter
the manner cf a chicken. This leads
Mr. I In n: pus to suggest that king-birds
nijiy be in t he ha hi t i f uench ing t hei r
thirst tie seizing falling drops of rain.
The Mexicans have a ipicer way of
burying ihe dead. The corpse is tight
ly wrapped in cent u rv -pla nt matting
and is j!ncc! in a ccinii h i red for about
a shilling. One or two natives, as t Ife
case may be. place 111" eottiti on their
heads and go at a trot to the grave,
where the body is interred, and the
colli n is then returned. The wealthy
class use the tram cats as hearses, a ml
tlie friends follow beside the car on
foot.- - Ci nci n n a t i Knipii rcr.
Sliiililitit; Vliliie of Ashen.
liiiilditig has recently been erected
by llerr Wagner, an architect in Litn
biirg. solely of materials formed of
ashes. vvitl;;ut anv admixture of sand.
It is claimed that hard, natural stunt's
of almost every variit.v have been .suc
cessfully imitated with t his very cheap
material. -Cine in nat i Lnijuirer.
Strong Again !
New Lite, New Streng
th, New Vigor.
THE ANAPHRODISTIC !
From ii:;;!-. !'". 1! l(;ot:iof I'.iri-is t lieoiily
remedy fur re--t.iirtnit st relict h u niter guaran
tee, and will tiring '::icU your lost powers anil
.ln) f.ir evi'Miie J a liero;.s II I'll i lis on your
sv it i in. Thev net i ii i-K iv, create ii healthy
d ivresi I in, pure rich tilooil, linn muscles, nijr
ired st rcnjjt Ii, sternly nerves and clear lira ill.
I m purl i d il I rert from I'aris Price per liox.
dtr-cti ins in Ineil. -u' .".ii I'orsa'e hy till re
speci a ti e d riurKt . .Mall orders from any
person siall receive prompt attention Dr.
V. Condory, Agt. and Manager fr U. S A ,
4-60 Quincy Blbg , Chicago. III. For sale OUlJ
.Many a Husband.
cannot persuade his invalid wife to
consult physicians because she very
naturally dreads the inevitable exami
nations and "local treatments." lie can
persuade her, if she needs persuasion,
to take Dr. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. This truly wondertut meaicine
nas emeu nuDuieus ui uuicn mv.
best physician has failed. It has been in
constant use aDd tested every day for
:!0 years. It isn't an experiment, there
are no chances about it. It is a certain
and infallible cure for all derangements
peculiar to women. Those who care to
know all about it, and to receive the
best medical work ever prepared for
the treneral oublic are invited to send
21 ono-cent statnDS to cover cost of
mailing only and receive a copy of Dr.
Pierefv.s thousand DBge book. ''Com
mon S.nse Medical Adviser." Address
World's Disoensarv Medical Associa
tion. Buffalo, N. Y.
When most needed it is not unusual
for your family physician to be away
from home, ouch was tbo experience
of Mr. J. V. Schendk, ed.tor of the
Caddo. Ind. Ter., Banner, when his
I littla g-ir, two years of age, was threat
ened with a severe attack of croup
He says: "My wife insisted that 1 go
for the doctor, but as our family phy
sician was out of town, I purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough .Reme
dy, which relieved her immediateley.
1 will not be without it in the future."
2 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all
Iiile Said t Have
.v new ni'iisi oi oilmen lias Decn pro
duced by Prof. Cossar Stewart, of Kilin-
butgh. It is a result of a cross between
a llurchell zebra and an ordinary marc
Its proper designal ion is t he zebra mule
It i'" a very pretty little creature, w ith
:;1 most the same outlines n,s a colt ajid
with the charmingly variegated coat
of a zebra.
The species of zebra named nft
P.ureiiell is the one which most nearly
resembles the horse in shape. The
! her zebras are nearer to the donkev.
The Jiiirchel! zebra is. in fact, more
iike a horse than any ot her animal.
The greater powers of endurance of
the mule bred from an ass am a mare.
compared with the horse, are well
established. Tt is snid that in doing the
hardest kind of work a mule will last
ten years and a horse three. For the
new zebra mule a great increase over the
olil-fashioneJ mule, both in strength
id in endurance, is claimed.
The zebra, though snia 1 ler t hnn an or-
oinarv horse, is stronger in proportion
to his size. He is extremely tough and.
owing to his thick coat, is able to sus
tain falls and blows that would cripple
or kill a hor.s
Ir was long suspected that the zebra
was absolutely iintnmaole. but recent
experience has shown that this is a
mistake. He remains, however, harde
to domesticate than anv other animal
pparently intended by nature for a
east of burden. He is full of spirit and
o. which are admirable dualities, when
tratiicvi in the proper direct ion. but arc
I to end the zebra to jump over walb
ind turn somersaults.
In Miwin .wrica six zeira have heeti
t:t rue-sed to a mail coach and hav e
ivi'ti sat istaeioi'v results. 1 hev were
is.il in a place where there were no
v had lo drive over piles of
ind la lien, trees and swim
river. All this thev did ex-
11 this they
eilenflv. a few tumbles giving
:o. concern. .x. 1. Journal.
An to Children ami Ilocn.
Washington Irving bn.s often been
saying that little dogs and
re influential members of
h i Ii 1 1 en
I'rencii society. It is quite true that in
the i mied t;ites I never noticed that
lose and sentimental intimacy be
tween human beings and ouadruped-
frequent 1 v seein in France. American
life I so active, so desperate! v crowded.
it her usefully or socially, that perhaps
t does nut permit the loss ot time m
vitahly brought about by friendly in-
crcourse with a dog. As tor children
believe that their importance is equal
ly great in all countries; but it asserts
itself in a more noisy manner in
Aimiii'ii thai, anywhere else. Kverv
thing is sacrificed to them, for they
represent the future, which is till that
counts in a country whose past is very
short, and whose present is a period
of high-pressure development. Yet no
one n.tist suppose t hat. liefore present
ing -'in apnlogv for French children. '
intend to malign American children, as
certain travelers have taken the lilierty
of doing very thoughtlessly, although
ihey had met them only on steamships,
cars, or at hotels, enjoying a holiday
vi1h that buoyancy which is the char
acteristic mark of the whole race- I
have known some who wore very well
brought up. even from our x i ii t of
view, and among tlitioj: who were not I
have admired precocious sense, vivacity
of mind, quiet determination and capa
city for self-government, qualities
which T should wish for all ours. Th.
I'enizon, in Centurv.
The wife of Mr. D. Kobinson,
prominent lumberman of Hartwick, N.
Y. , was sick with rheumatism for five
mouths. In speaking: of it, Mr. Kobin
son says: "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
the only thing; that gave her any rest
from pain, for the relief of pain it
cannot be beat." Many very bad
cases of rheumatism have been cured
by it. For sale at 50 cents per bottle
by all druggists.
El. Paso. Texas. November Hi. IS'.lfi.
Notice is liTeliy Kl ven that on November
17t h. istHi, I was appiiiituu assignee of the
tirni uf II. kayser A. Co., of El I"ao, Texas.
I have iu;ilitied as such assignee and entered
into tlie illscliarse of my dut le as such. All
prsons having clitimsi aigiiinst the said firm
of II. Kayser Co , who desire to accept the
benetits of such assignment, are hereby re
quested to present their claims in the mari
ner and time reipureu bv law.
All persons owlnc said firm are reituested
Ui call on me and settle their indebtedness
at once. WB. H. Hdkokh,
How to Attain It.'
A WondiTful New
Medical Book.writ ten
for Men Only. Ono
copy may be had free
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
KNEW HE WAS GUILTY.
How a Jmlffe lis;osel of a Case in Spite
of att Obstinate .lury.
In 1 he attorneys' room in the supreme
court in Auburn, after court, or in its
' 1' t cl'in issions. they sometimes blaze
: way. "I remember the time." said
cue of 1 1 if attorneys, according to the
iewiston (Me.) .lournal, "in the days
v. 1 en Col. l.ittleliehl was sheriff, that
.fudge Walton was presiding and the
jury was out on a rum case. They had
been out a long time and Judge Walton
was .rather nervous and wanted a ver
dict. To his clear and far-seeinig mind.
the most remarkable in many ways
that ever held jurisdiction in New Kng-
land. there was no excuse for anv pro
longed eonsidcrat ion of the case by
anv jurv. Leaning back, sceminglv lost
in thought, he suddenly sat boit up
r.'-ht. and beckoned to Col. battlefield.
and tin- sheriff walked up in. that, quiet.
way of h Is.
Colonel." said Judge Wa It on 'Mr.
Muritl. I siiotiKi say see it that re
snondent won't plead guilty provided
h;s tine is put nl $50. Col. hitt.leiield
smiled and went over and talked with
ti e prisoner. It. took but. a few min-
ctes. and in less time tluui it could le
told lie had retracted his idea, pleaded
guilty and ha-! been fined. Then the
court, sent out for the jurv. (ientle-
mtn." said he, 'it wcnis that some of
vou are not vet sat islied in voiir minds
that the prisoner is guilty." The jury
looked at each other. 'Is that, a fact.
gentlemen'.'" 'It is, please the court.
said i lie toireman. UeJl, t.iien. lor your
edification I will sav that the prisoner
lrmself is tpiite well satisfied that he
is guilty, for he has pleaded guilty and
has been fined, ion arc excused from
further consideration of the case.' "
Thrifty Straneor Secures
Lunch in Chicago.
Jle was a man ot uncertain age. as
thev sav of ladies of unknown birth
dates. He was well dressed and car
ried a Handsome si.k umbrella under
his. arm when he entered the lunch
room the other night. He walked up to
the proprietor, to whom lie was a
stranger, and engaged him in conversa
tion, lie was a man of good appearance
nd apparently of rather good ediic
tion. His words were well chosen and
he displaved considerable powers of
observation. After a time. he. announced
hat he was hungry and had no money
says the Chicago Post.
"Can I put up this umbrella for. :
lunch? he asked. "I will lie down
Well." said the proprietor,
examining the umbrella, "it's
our rules, but T guess so."
So saying he turned to a waiter and
1 1 rcctcd him to serve the customer.
who still retained 1 lie umbrella and
placed it by his side. The stranger
made a good meal, thanked the waiter
for 1he attendance and rose from his
seat. He ipiietly spread the umbrell.i
and cnlmlv walked out.
Here, saul the proprietor, rushing
'or him. "I thought vou were to nut
up i nar uniDrelln for vour lunch
"Well, it s up. ain't it?" was the quiet
rejoinder, as the man rapidly moved
on. i lie proprietor scratched his head.
lntls.'d a iiit and then arn-eed tlmt ih.
trick was worth the lunch.
That is liow. the stratVc
without having the price.
LAGOON OF VENICE.
u J 111 port lit l-Mt'lIIOlTill" W...-L
plpteil for Its Itenetit.
A great engineering work of im
mense l.'iiixirtance to the Cite of v...,;...,
nas just been completed, savs the Lon
don Standard. Fift v-cifht ve.-n-s
ui omer to prevent t he aiu.-ure eanseii
by the occasional overflowing of the
Kiver Lieut a. t he A nst rian governuien .
on the recommendation of the cele
brated engineer. Pa I coca pa. carried out
certain works by which t lie mouths of
that river were carried ititn the Chine-
;ia lagoon, some distance sout h of t heir
original outlet. .Since then the a
luvium brought down by the river has
t hreatohed to convert a portion of
hioggia lagoon into a fevcr-brecding
swamp, and also to cause serious dam
age to tlie whole Venice lagoon by silt
It -was accordingly decided to con
struct a new channel for the Lrenta. In
kilometers in length, giving tlie river
a direct outlet lo the sen, near P.ron-
ilolo. still further sout h. The scheme.
which was estimated to cost S. (100.000
'ire. and was beirun in lssl has tiniw
been brought to a successful conclusion.
The new channel, bv means of s;'b-
ddiary canals, also provide a fresh out
let for the llacchiglione and other rivers
formerly llowing into the Venice
Itearfini; Telegrams hy Sound.
Tlie late C'harlei L. ( liapin was jirob-
blv t.he first man to read telegraph ic
messages bv sound. hen he was in
barge of Cornell's line from New York
to Krie the lettered d ial vv as u n i v crsally
used, but he taught himself to read
the messages liy sou nd. The operators
tn der him had been in the habit of
sending private messages iv er t he wi re.
and it was impossible to stop them.
Finally an operator 1 ried to get excused
tor a day's fishing. I !' telegraphed to
the oper.itor in Air. Chapiu's otliee.
-king" logct Mr. Cbaj.in to 1.M him off.
r. Chapm was sitting' with his back
to the in-triiiiient when the message
came in. anil, without turning around.
he said to the o lie rat or: "Tel 1 him no!"
'I fie man was so surprised ihat lie a,l-
most fell off his chair, l-ventnallv Mr.
Chapin divulged his secret, and now
ading by sound is universal.
Imliik'H 1.:t ii)acr'K.
lnilin has h u oil reds f l hi leet s, which
may till be classed under lh"ec great
beads, tlie Sanscrit. I'racrit ami M.-Km.
dhi. The Sa iischit is the fundamen
tal language, and that of 1 lie e-
!;is; the I'racrit, the eruaeii la r lan
guage in many d ia leet s. a nd IheMaga-
ihi or .Misra is. that of-( exloii and the
Major C. T. lMeton is mtina;er of the
State Hotel, at Denison Texas, which
the traveling men say is f ne of the best
hotels in the section. In speaking of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, Major Picton says:
l navj used it myselt and in mv familv
for several years, and take pleasure in
saying-that I consider it an infallible
cure for diarrhoea and dysentery. I
always recommend it, and have frequ
ently administered it to my guests in
the hotel, and in every case it haa prov
en itself worthy of unqualified endorge-
ajeju." Fo'r eale bj-ftU druggists.
NOT OF MUCH CONSEQUENCE.
His I Itlmate Destination Did Not Concern
the KiikHhIi Traveler.
l!n. Dr. Jolui Watson. "Ian Mac
lareii." has, a clever way of filing :
storv. as tin' readers of his books know
full well, lit a recent, lecture to t!
1 ale students he amused those yourg
gentlemen witli a number of excellent
anecdotes. One ot these, concerned a
railroad trip which Dr. Watson once
took, savs the Trov Times. Sitting-
near him in the carriage were :m elder
ly gentleman and a good, worthy man
who believed lie. hal the care of every
human soul in his keeping". The worthy
man leaned over to the. elderly man.
who was a ruggel I.vjh- of John Hull.
and asked him: Do vou know where
you are going to?" "What?" ex
claimed the tvidcrly gent leman. '"I say.
do you know where you are going to?"
"Liverpool." was the reply. '"Oh. I
didn't mean that." exclaimed the
worthy man. "Didn't mean, that.:"
.shouted the elderly gentleman, now
thoroughly aroused. "If this is the
H rad ford express it must. be. stopped.
I want to go to Liverpool." and with
that he made a dive for the Ih-11 rope.
"He probably would have reached it."
continued Dr. Watson, "and stopped
the train had I not intervened and told
the elderly man he was on the train for
Liverpool." "Whiit did you mea.ii.
then?" inquired the elderly man. rat h
er sharply. "I simply wanted to ask
you whether yon were going to Heaven
5r hell,'" was the reply. "Oh. that's all
right!" exclaimed the elderly gentle
man, apparently greatly relieved;
"but T thought, you were, speaking of a
far more serious mutter."
HOW THE DERVISHES FIGHT.
Their Wonderful Valor. Mairnltlcent
Itravery and Amazing: Coolne.
The dervishes have lost nothing of
their valor, savs the London Times.
They heed death as little as ever. I saw
them stand undismayed in the open
and light with dogged determination in
the face of our volley lire. They fought
on with rifle and spear and knife when
charged by the cavalry, L'ach wounded
dervish, as he. lav bleeding to death on
the ground, was a dangerous and
treacherous foe until he had breathed
lis last. They even did what some au
thorities have denied that anv troons.
however brave, would do thev stood
11 groups firing steadily into our ranks
while our maxim guns injured their
reams of bullets on them and mowed
them down, like grass.
I doubt whether any other men in the
world would have stood, as these men
stooo. for nearlv two hours, against
such fearful odds a.s were opposed to
them. Put. if one may judge from this
fight, the dervishes have changed their
old tactics. They have to a great ex
tent, abandoned the reckless rush of
pearsmen which used to distinguish
Soduanese warfare and relv more on
rifle lire, in which t heir pract ice has
considerably improved. If trained and
disciplined but. it is very doubtful
whether that savage beast of prey the
Haggara ever could lie tamed these
men would make magnificent infant rv.
They disiilav now as much magnificent
-oolness when acting on the ilefensive
as they did in their furleus charges of
How He MLKa
Abdul Mamid Khan, sultan of Turkey.
"Successor of the Prophet." '"Father of
Sovereigns." "Itefuge of the World" and
several other things in t he way of tit les.
contrives to make the lot of journalists
within his, dominions anything but a
happy one. Here are a few of the Turk-
di press restrictions: The health of
ihe sultan or any member of his family
must not be discussed. If the crops are
Ioor the fact must not be hinted at.
Turkish commerce is another tabooed
subject. Nothing must be ct it icised
not even the weather. No literary or
scientific articles are to be laTVilished
unless they can le completed in the
same issue, because the use of the
phrase "to lie continued" causes "vpxa-
tious" suspense to the readers. Spaces
or points to imply tlie omission of a
.ame or letter of a word are absolutely
interdicted, because they are apt to
stimulate the iniapi tint ion of the read
er and give ground for "misinterpreta
tions contrary to loyal expressions and
ideas." Personalities must not be in
dulged in on anv account. If rumor
hould arise as to officials being sus
pected of embezzlement, extortion, as
sassination, or the like, the rumor is
to lie considered unfounded, and all
fereiice to it entirely supiressed.
"News of assassinations or attempts to
snssiiinto foreign rulers or of conspir
acies must not he printed, as the sultan
considers it "unilesiralile" that such in
formal ion should be Imparted "to his
loval and peaceful subjects."
Tlie botanical garden at Iiuitenzorg.
.lava, has .'Oil d te-miincd species of
palms, besides about 1(1(1 Ihat appear
(list i net.
The statement is credited Dr. Iturton
Ward that lunatics seldom us- the
thumb when writing, drawing or sa
luting, and Ihat the noti-uso of this or-
t'.ui is tin infallible symptom of insan
ity, however rutloiiml the in-rson may
A balloon was recently sent up from
I 'a ris to bring down a few quarts of the
upper nt mospliere for analysis. It
carried a special reservoir with a
clockwork apparatus, to open it. nt tiie
ml of one hour aiid close it after one
minute. Instructions to tlie finder for
returning the balloon were placed in
Va1u of I.Hbor.
striking illustration of tlie value of
labor, when bestowed upon a material
like iron, is given by the statement
Ihat a bar of iron worth five dollars.
when manufactured into needles, is
irtli $."."i; into pcnkiiiics. about. $:i -
r.'."o-. into buttons. ..;n,.jOO, and into
watch s"'"'iiirs. $".'."..""i.illio.
The BjHJoks and gobblins that delight
To fill with terror all the night;
That stalk abroad in hideous dreams
With which dyspepsia's fancy teems,
Will never trouble with their ills
The man who trusts to I-ierce's Pills.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets; vegeta
ble, harmless, painless, sure! Consti
pation, biliousness, sick headache,
indigestion; all vanish with their use.
DR. A. H. WHITMER,
Over Santa Fe City
For the last 20 years we
sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could
get along without sugar in his store than we could without
Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN & CO., Druggists,
Ceresco, Midv September 2, 1896.
St. Louis, New York,
Denver, Omaha, St. Paul,
And all Northern
Through. Trniiis, Fast Time,
Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on alf
through trains. Daily
to Denver, Kansas City
sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minn
eapolis and once each
All trains not having dining cars stop for meals at the famous Santa Ve
Route, Harvey Houses.
Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to
A. W. REEVES, E. COPLAND,
City Ticket Agent. General Agent.
Office, Fargo Building, Co ner El Paso and San Antonio Streets.
W. B. TRULL, Agent at Depot.
hi SUNSET Q
Daily Through Trains to
The Best Line to NEW
PHIA, WASHINGTON and Eastern Points.
Pullman Buffet and Tourist Sleepers. For
Tickets, Time Tables and Full Information,
Call on or Address:
T. E. HUNT, Com'l Agent,
L. J. PAKKS,
El Paso, Texas.
MEXICAN CEERTAL EY.
Paii-Liiieincan iMedicnl Cong-i-es
Round Trip Tickets on
and 16, 1896. Mexican Money, S60.3I. Lim
ited to Return Dec. 31, 1896.
Address the undersigned for full and reliable information:
J. F. Dono'noe. Com'l Asrent. EI Paso.
COLUMBIAN PRIZE WIPERS.
At the World's Exposition
for excellent manufacture,
quality, uniformity and
volume of tone, elasticity
of touch, artistic cases,
materials and workman
ship of highest grade.
CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION FRIKa
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAH CO,
LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF
PIANOS AND ORGANS IM THE W03LD,
Purest Drugs. Latest News
A. K. ALBERS & CO..
HEAD.-WHK ELIXIR Cures an
headache. Try it.
Eoia la El Pw
y tulAna Pxus
have kept Pisces Cure for Con
and Eastern Points
Tourist Sleeping cars
and Chicago. Touris,
week to St. Louis and
SUNSET ROUTE !
Through Line Between
SAST and WEST
AG. P. & T. A.
, W. BEIN, T. M.
Sale Nov, 12. 13, 14, 15
Texas and Pacific.
The Great Popular Route Between
The EAST and WEST
Short Line to
New Orlenns, Kansas City,
St- Loviis, New Yoi'k
Favorite Line to the North, East and
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars and
Solid Trains from El Paso to Dal
las, Fort Worth, New Orleans,
Memphis and St. Louis.
f$r See that your tickets read via
he Texas and Pacific Ka;'lvv3y.
For maps, time-tables, tickets, rates
and all required information, call on or
address any oi the ticket agents or
B. F. DARBYSHIRE,
General Ag-ent, El Paso.
GASTON MESLIEIi. General Passen-
tper and Ticket Ai-cent.
L. S.THOKNE, Tbiru Vlce-PreeWent
nd General Sur'',,'irt-rdpnt.
Foster and Mitchell,
Attorneys scd Coucselor-i.
Will practice in all courts of Texas and
Korm "' " "P i... "
1 v . normitnt'i! v nil mivo.i.s t i-t-ii''Sk
"EL PASO ROUTE."
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itlAHi! it L 1 1 li:5S. mji AEjKT fivlgT pul-aiui puny strong
nihi plump. our- i9lMliui 5 u t rli d in c-r pocket
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.ii .XTrWEAK STHCNQ
lmltiiiti.iiii. Holti bv us anil our ndTrtlned oirenta. Address
IVUnVX) eiXSS-D CO.. ilasonlo Temple. CUICAUO
Hloza tuiU Kla Grande Fburniacy.