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THE GLOBE BEPUBLIO. SUNpY MORNING, SJ5PTEM.BEII "13 18IS.
I TItAIN TALK.
"If you wrlto torici for tlio pntior,"
mill a Kuok lalntiil Rillwny frullit
conductor, "lut mo loll ymi a truo ono
Hint caino unilor my ofxorvntlon lint
wiiitoruiit near I)e Molnos wliou I
wn running on tlio Iowa division,
I'liM Is no railroad yarn, but a fact. I
Mwllwlth my own tjo. Ono day
o wero rmiiiiiijf along and I wai In
tlio fiijrlnu. At wo bofrnn to crosi a
bridgo wo looked alioad uml tlioro wa
nlltllo girl about ttlxyaan old clam
bering oor tlio Ujnbers. Sho bad
somo school books m hor hand, and
was uvldiMitly on lior way homo from
school. Tlio onglncor whlstlod, wlmn
sho turned her f.ico toward us. I'll
iiovnr forgot that faco as long as I live.,
It was just as whlto as the snow on tbo
Ico In tho creek thirty or forty foot bo
low her. lint sho didn't scroum, nor
try to jump, nor do nothing. She Just
looked at us with a steady glaro as if
sho'd stop tho tralu with hor eyes that
wo wcro unablo to do with our brakos.
At lirst wo wero all so broke up wo
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tiiiiiu i. aiiv iiiua wont iu no, aim i uc
llovo wo'd of stood there llko posts If
sho hadn't suddenly stretched out her
little nuns toward m In a mil to appeal
for help. Well, sir. that broke tho
chiirm, and wo all started up wildly.
1 swung way out as far as I could,
holding by ouo baud, and with tho
other motioning her to got down
uowu ueiweoti tho tlintiors. Would
mi bollovo UP That little thinir fol-
owuil my directions as if she'd been a
man. And she took her time to It,
too, and climbed down as deliboratoly
ns if she'd been at home. Sho was
none too quick, though, for her littlo
brown hood, with a led ribbon flutter
ing from It, had no sooner disappeared
between tho timbers than wo thunder
ed over hor.
" 'Let her out, 11111,' I shouted to tho
engineer, 'Jot her out lively, or that
little thing will nover bo able to stick
down there till wo get over tho bridge.
Turn her loosol'
"So Hill ho let her out, but sho'd no
sooner reuchod tho bank than I jump
ed oil' and wcut heels over head In a
snow bnuk. 1 got back to the bridgo
as soon as 1 could, and waited for our
long trniu to got by. Don't mind tell
in' ye that as 1 stood thoro I did some
thing I never did afore yes, sir, I
stood theio and prayod that that littlo
ono might be able to stick it out till I
could got to her. Hut I guess my
prayers aro no good, for when tho
train was by I rushed out on tho
bridge, over timbers by tho dozen, ex
peetuig every minute lu sue tliut little
red ribbon. Hut It never showed up.
Tears began to till my eyes so that 1
could baldly seo the eiosspicces 1
hao n lillle gltl of my own, you know
but on and oil I weut, and no blown
hood or red rlbbou could I lind. Thou
1 tinned and looked tutne ico below,
mid theie slio was. Yes, she had fall
en tliuty or forty feet through tho
"How I got down to hor I don't
know, but 1 got there. 1 lifted her up
in my ut in. Her ejes were closed,
but nlio opened them, looked at me a
second, and said:
" -How did jou get down hero?'
"Tins question would havo made mo
laugh if 1 J, ad felt sure she wasn't hurt,
but as it was 1 hurried up tlio bank
itud to the caboose. Slio said sho
wasn't hurt much, but 1 kuow sho
couldn't tell, and we started for tho
IK M xtlltlOII.
'I'm going homo, ain't 1?' sho in
qiiiied, alter we had lixed her up in
"1 told her ')es,' knowin' that min
ute llial we wero going right by hor
iiuiiiu. I was in such u burry to get
to a surgeon that 1 tlfflught it right to
deceive tier, l'telty soon she weut oil
to sieep, and alio looked so deathly
hiug tliete that nil of us weuto wip
iii' oui 0.J0S like women.
" 'llnys,' sas 1, 'if sho never wakes
n p I'll quit the road. I never want
to see tnat bridgo agin.' "
"And ou have quit tho road?"
"No, I'm at the old business. Sho
got well, aud all the spring tued to
watch for my train as sho would for
her papa coming borne from work.
Wis never pased her house unless sho
was out waving that littlo brown hood
at us mid making that red ribbon
dance. Our engineer usod to whistle
for her regularly, and sho got so sho
could te'l that whistio as far as she
could hear it. Oncu in a while, whon
nut iu a liuiry, we'd stop our train
and Imie a talk with her. She said
she loved us all, even the old engine,
but she lias never set her foot on tho
ttack .since that day sho fell through
tlio bridge. This is a true storv, and
the little girl's name Is Lily' C'Ai
Trying to Havo tho Property.
"In caso of lire carry mo out," Is
painted iu large yellow letters on a
cumbiotis, and valuable-looking chest
in a Chatham street shop. Tbo shop
keeper, ns if happily conscious of a
gieat achievement on his part, stood
back of the center of attraction smok
Inir a full-giown Connecticut cigar. A
sccdy-picco of humanity caiuo aimless
ly along tlio street and stopped to gaze
at tho qtieer-looklug letters on the
chest. '1 lion, as if propelled forward
by some diabolical motive, ho rushed
into the btore and begau to lift the
curst with all his might.
"(lit out there! Vat you want?"
excitedly exclaimed tho proprietor,
"Why, sir, l's doiu' jist as that box
aid. I seed this sign aud that lire "
"Why, that lire thoro," and ho
pointed to where the cigar of tho ex
cited man, which ho had dropped In
his hurry, was burning a hole in the
carpet. With one stamp of his shoe it
was extinguished. Uul the tramp still
"Moses," again said the proprietor,
after glancing at tho tramp and then
at his clerk, "give that feller ono of
them cheap cigars tho cheap oues,
mind and theu put him out."
Thu tr.nup took the cigar and walk
ed out without any uuuecossiry help
ing, uud with a beaming sinilo upon
bis dut-begrimed face. A'. 1'. Tribune.
Tobacco a a l liirccHnnt.
"Thoro Is a general impression that
tobacco is a disinfectant,'' was said to
mi uptown physician. "If you go into
a place where the nlr is rank or laden
Willi obnoxious vapors," said tho phy
sician, "tobacco smoke may aid you in
escaping nuy evil results. You will
ceitiiiuly lind tho air less offensive,
even if it is no loss rank, but if the
tobacco Itself becomes tainted, or con
tains any poisonous substance, you will
discover that it is just as good a trans
mitter as anything else. A cigar-holder
Vi mild enable u man to escape a good
many of thu penalties that all smokers
Incur, and 1 tried it for a time. 1 dis
covered, however, that tho holder
scented my clothing so that I became a
iiuis.uicu to my patients, and so 1 again
begun smoking my cigars in the old
vay." .New iork Hun,
Ornnt's I.nvellir Horses.
When ho first enteicd tlio White
Ilotijo ns President of tho United
Stales ho owned over a hundred head
of horse, which he kept at his farm
ttf,iir Kt L.tftla 'I'I.a .. i .!.
stables In which tho horses wore kept
was Albert' Hawkins, who Is now
coachman for l'resldont Cleveland.
Albert says (ieneial Oi ant was nn ex
cellent Judge of hoiscllosh. It wns n
dllllcult matter to deceive him In a
horse trade, because ho was familiar
with all tho points that aro considniod
lu examining them. Ho could look In
to a horse's mouth and tell his exact
ago within a few mouths. He always
Insisted that his horses should never bo
ill-used, oltliur In or out of thu stnblo.
They wero given tho host kind of food,
furnished with largo comforlablo stalls,
and regularly exeiclsed. Any man
who wns known to lll-troat or misuse
ono of his horses was immediately dis
missed. Tho General took it fancy to
Albert because ho was always kind and
gentle iu dealing with tho stock under
Ids charge After the (Joneial became
President ho sold many of his hoises
in St. Louis, and directed Albert to
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control of tho presidential stables.
U ho General's favorite horses wero
Clnciuuatl, Kgypt. aud Jefl Davis. Tho
former was as gentle as a lamb, and lie
knew aud obeyed tho General at all
times and umlor nil chcumstancos.
Cincinnati was a good saddle horse, in
addition to boing a llrsl-elass horse in
haruess. Tho General could ride him
to any point in the city, jump oh" his
back, nnd leavo him standing unhitch
ed for any length of time. No mattor
how long tho Gouoral remained awav,
whon he rottimcd Cincinnati was thoro
waiting for him. Ho did not pay any
attention to circus parados, and was
not to bo frightened by nolso and cou
fusiou on tho street. When tho Gener
al directed him to stand and wait for
lilnl, Cincinnati would not budge till
tho General had mountod him. Dur
ing tho Generals second term In tho
Will to House arrangomonts wero made
for an equestrian statue representing
(ioner.il Grant mountod on Ins favorite
war horso, Cincinnati. Every day for
noarly a month tho Genoral would go
uuwii 10 mo staoio, nave mo uriilat anil
saddle put on Cincinnati, and off he
would go to meet tho sculptor. On
several occasions Albert accompanied
him to a beautiful spot in tho vicinity
of the Soldiers' home, where tho cast
was made, and General Grant frequent
ly visited tho presidential stables, went
into the stalls, aud talked to his horses
just as though they weto human
beings and werocapabloof undemand
ing every word lie said to them. Tho
Jell Davis hoisu was a torribio kicker
ami biter, aud tho slablo hands wero
aft aid to go near his stall. His feed
hud to bo passed iu to him thtough an
adjoining stall. Tho Genoral, however,
had complete couttol over him, and ho
could cuter his stall, handle him as lie
desired, and, in lact, do anything ho
wanted with him. O.d Jell kuew his
voice, for as soon as the Gouoral enter
ed tho stnblo ho would throw back his
cars and move around restlessly in his
stall until the General showed him
some attention. On sovcial occasions
the st.'tbin h.imla iri.,,1 in ilnnniv.. .l..iv
by imitating the General's voice, but us
ouuu us iiu uiscoverou 1110 deception no
mudo his heels play a livoly tune ou
tho sido of tho stall Boston Herald.
' All Knicllsli Caricaturist.
One of the most famous artists of
tho staff of I'unch, Mr. Harry Furniss,
wns asked: "Do you lind tho promi
nent statesmen easy to caricature as a
"Somo of them. For instance, Sir
Charlos Dilke, Sir William Harcomt,
Sir Drummond Wolff, Lord Salisbury
aud Lord Huudolpli Churchill are easy
to catch. Mr. Chamberlain's mouth
is a difficulty, but this is compensated
by his eyeglasses. Mr. Gladstone's
faco is good when taken iu a severe
aspect, but whon you try to catch his
smiles the likeness goes. Lord liea
cousticld was tho best subject for cari
cature wo ever had. Among other
splendid subjects of the past wero Lord
l'almerstou, Sir Kobctt I'eel, Lord
Urougham, and Lord John Uussell.
Members of Parliament should abstain,
like actors, from growing beaids,
otherwise they spoil themselves for
being 'made up' by tho caricaturists,
ns old women, little boys, and other
favorite characters. Now, Lord Hart
ington is always Hartington. It is
impossible to transform him Into any
other character. Parnell's appearance
is constantly rhangiug. Ono week he
will appear with shaggy board aud un
shorn locks, tho next all trim and
spruco, so that tho caricaturist must be
constantly on tho qui vivo. The safer
plan is to take a man's type and stick
to it. liradlaugh is a favorite subject
of inlneand iu cousequouco of my
caricatures of him, it has more than
unco been hinted to mo that 1 havo
been iu danger of a kicking from ono or
otiier of his admirers."
"Do any of the members object to
"No. Wheu Mr. Gladstone went
to Cannes for his health, the only pa
per he had sent to him vm Punch, and
favorlto cartoons aro frequently fram
ed aud preserved in honored places by
tho subjects of them. Lord Itandolpli
Churchill has ono of Tenulel' hang
ing In his room, which shows him as a
clown taking tho gun of leadership
from Sir Stafford Northcoto as panta
loon, to brlug down Gladstone repre
sented ns a crowing cock. Sir Will
iam Harcourt, 1 believe, does not liko
being made fun of, aud ho was ungry
about my drawiug In iiinch, showing
a House composed of none but Har
court, to which Lord Salisbury refer
red in ouo of his speeches. 1 invented
Gladstone's collars which have become
proverbial. Through my continually
caricaturing Asiimead llartlolt's old
trousers, ho was obliged to buy a new
pair. Mr. liroadhurst, tho working
men's member, was oncu recognized
ut a public meeting only by his extia
thick boots as cnricatuied in I'unch.
Tlio Scrgount-at-Arms has paid mo
the compliment of pasting some of my
black-beetlo sketches of himself ou tho
walls of his privato room iu the House.
This room, by the way, is like a littlo
club, which certain membors havo tho
right ol using. No politics aro allow
ed to bu discussed tliete, but good fel
lowship prevails, aud good stories aud
excellent whisky make it a very pleas
ant retiring giouud. Tho wlilsky Is
kept iu hugo decautors boariug tho
name of the donor, aud often when
tho lilsh mum bei s have been turned
out of thu House by tho Sergouut-al-Arms,
they havo adjourued to this
room to talk over matters couvlvially,"
1 . a
Tho Countess Ksterhuzy, formorly
Miss Cariul of Wiisbiiif'toti. homilm,,. n
"dog piosoiilcd to her by (he Kmpiess
ui 411.11 i nam 111 iiiiuuisiuim me mi
fcreut Imiifiiaitus. mid hiiniir prcn:,.t
iy nuy Uireetion V'"' hiin, whether
spoken in German, Hungarian, F.ench,
English, or Japuuoie.
A Drummer Arnonu Aim mens.
On my nrilvnl at tho Lelil I was ill.
reeled nj usun', to the bishop's houso
for entertainment. Hipping at thu
door I was soon confronted by a largo,
heavy-built, broad-shouldered fellow,
who asked me, In nnythlng but polite
language what I wanted. I Informed
lilm that I desired entertainment for
"Where nro you from?"
"Where nro jou going?"
"South," I answorod. Aftor plying
mo with a few moro questions of a sim
ilar nature, ho Invltod mo In. Ou on
tcrlng tho house, ho turned to mo nnd
"Do you seo that rlflo upthcro?"
Looking uii to tho point indicated I
saw ono of those long, murderous
rilles, lostlng snugly upon tho nntlers
". o iivu lliuuilinill DUCK. 1 10IU
him that 1 saw it, and much ndmlred
tho artistic manner of hanging It
"Well, mister, that is our lawmaker.
lllHl nilt'nrin nttid n ..-.... .... I
.. ..,.. ,...j vitu vwinui U1HU1IJ4 US UI1U
commits any dirt wo do not hesitate to
uso It. Now, listen to mo. I am tho
bishop of this settlement. I have two
wlvos nnd soveral daughtors. Now, If
you can promiso me not to speak to, or
oven look at nny of my womon folks,
jou aro welcome to remain over night.
Keep your oyo on th it rillo and mind
what 1 told you. Can you do It?"
H was a mighty hard job, but I first
told him that 1 wns nt his command,
ami if It wns his honest desire why of
courso X would obey him. At that
tlmu ho bado mo to lollow him into nn
adjoining room, where his family was
nssembled. I was dimly conscloui
that thoro wero soveral females soated
around tho lire. Ho drovv up a chair
aud bado mo bo seated. Turning to
tho womon ho gavo thorn orders to
propnro supper, he himself taking my
orders for what 1 wished.
AH this time I dared not turn my
hoad nor look toward anyoue but tho
bishop. 1 know that his eves wero up
on me, nnd that his two wives and
uaugntcrs wero studying mo closely.
1 WHS trrnntlv 11111lv1pnBd.nl V...t ...!,L..t
n J ...mw... ..oui, uu, VTI.IIUl
managed to dispose of a hearty supper,
at tho conclusion of which wo again
returned to tho sitting-room. It "was
by this time quito dark; aud his son, a
largo, athletic fellow, coming In, tho
bishop told him to eutertaln me, and
at tho proper timo to show mo to bod.
Putting on his overcoat aud fur cup,
for It was quito cold, ho bado mo good
uiglit, saying that he was compelled to
attend a ward meeting, lieforo clos
ing the door ho pointed to tlio rifle
overhead and said: "Hcmember,
joung man, what I told you!"
It was positively unkind of him to
remind mu of it, for tho confounded
old guu wus constantly ou my mind.
I had seen somo of their treacherous
work, and had heard much mote. I
knew what tliey weio capable ol doing,
and after the circdmstances, dared not
disobey his warning. Tho door closed
aud ho vv ns gone. Tho ladles wero
seated ou my right, tho sou ou my left.
To make, assurance doubly suro 1 turn
ed my bacu to tho ladies, and, facing
tho young man, entered into convcrsa
Hon with him. Ouo of tho ladies got
up suvoral times aud went to tho door.
Finally sho cumo up aud bluntly asked
mu if I was a Mormon. 1 hardly knew
what to do. 1 had been warned
against spcaking.to or oven looking at
any of the women. Was sho trying to
draw mo into trouble? Sho certainly
know that 1 had bceu forbidden to ad
dress her under penalty of death. Yet
there sho stood, calmly iuvitlng mo to
my f ite. The young man's eyes wcro
upuii mu. viieai uuaus 01 perspiration
started out 011 my forehead.
"Do not fear to speak, young man;
ho has gone, and will not return be
fore midnight," she said, and at that
sho laid her hand on my head.
"It's all right, stranger," said the
son. "It's all right; speak up and
look around you as much as you
please. I'll vouch for your safety."
Tlio ico was now broken and turning
to tlio old lady 1 said that 1 was not a
"Thutik God for that," she said, and
then thu conversation became general.
1 was told all about the heat laches and
sulleiings of tlio original wife; how in
almost uvoiy case thoy had boon de
luded into joining tlio Mormon faith
under false pretenses; what shamo and
mortification came over them when it
was found out that a second or third
wife was to be taken into tho houe
hold. I wns rather reticent, and did
not express my opinion on tho Biibjcct
ns I otherwise would have dono. Tlio
two daughters were comely and full
of life. About 10 o'clock they bade
me good night ami rutircd. A half
hour Inter I was conduetod to my room
by the young man. ineimiah Jiti
qmrcr. "Vera Gooil-n Monica."
A lively little monkey was among
the prisoners at the Jeffersou market
police court. It and Its master, Pas
quulu Diccacco, and a big hand-organ
had been urrested by Policeman Crim
inion for blocking up tho sidewalk in
Clinton place. When Justico Woldo
asked the Italian what ho had to say
"O! Chemia good monka; make no
trouble, no harms anabodio sue!" and
the criuder'loosed tho string on the
monkey's neck. Chemia jumped ou
the desk uud took off hor bat to the
justice. Hut unfortuuatuly, somobody
turned tho crank of tho organ, and tho
judicial face darkuued.
"I wo dollars tine," 10 cried. Tho
grinder pulled Chemia back with a
folk and began to praise her good
points. It was no use, and ho was led
to Clerk Morgan, who took down the
pedigree ot tho monkey lirst, Tlio
Italian grinuoa and the put chattered
as ho said:
"Name-u Choiuia; born Italia; ton
yo.ir-a married; no lead, no write; ouo
baby, two dead; vera good-a monka."
Then the two wero taken to jail, but
Stenographer Soltmau, who hud wick
edly plu)ud the orgau In court, con
fessed, uud Chemia and her master
wero released. .V. Y. Herald.
Hating and Working.
"Do you know," said M. Alphonso
Daudot, tho most popular of living
French novelists, to an interviewer re
cently, "that whon I wroto tho 'Nabod'
1 worked twenty hours ovory day. Ono
becomes intoxicated with work, and 1
found that my digestion was much hot
ter 11 1 ato wiillo 1 worked. 1 always
took my meals to my writing table,
and thu result was invariably satisfac
tory. You know that If you go to bod
immediately after eating the digestioii
will accomplish itsolldurlugslcep. Thu
same with writing. Commence Im
mediately after you have swallowed
your food. Don't wait for digestion,
or you will fuel heavy and Incapable.
I can assure you that this physiological
law has beeu a veritablo godsend to
An African 110 teutato is uamed Prince
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R17T IRIT ART V fUTPPQ 1'crfectad In old cases which have been neglected or unsklll
IV Dill IV i A I) I j ft uUIVflO fully treated No experiments ur 1'ailurea. Parties treated
by mall and express, but xhere possttd personal consultation Is preferred.
CURAC,K DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
"Caearid 'rclindence HACItKUI.Y CONKfDhNTIAU Treatment sent U. O. I), to any
part of the United Slates. '
DR. ALBERT'S NEXT VISIT TO SPRINBFELD,
Wednesday, October 7th, TWO DAYS, at the Lagonda House.
THE BOYD BURGLAR-PROOF
THE SPRINGFIELD MANUFACTURING CO., SPRINGFIELD, OHIO.
For Sale li) iKKM'MiT ( littKlKKV
ti'iiik'iil Dick, at Omrtrrj.
- A PERFECT CURE FOR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES,
SjphlllN, Mcrofiila, riniihM, llimiorfi. Liter Complaint,
lj nM,ln, hlllN) Miift t''ver, nnd t'pinnli HlMonairH.
- I'OMTll ELY (1'ltr.a) Hi rilll.lt IN SO llH
Consultation frvv. tl.OO a bottle, or by eipfss, charges paid,
tt.t't. l'ri'l'nrul only hy
The U. S. SPECIFIC CO.; 248 Raco St.. Cincinnati, O;
OHIO ESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, ESS"?..?!!!?.:
nftld c untr cil! th to ImUi mm it urprUliiifly ntnnll expi !.c ut,Hurpu'-d Hil.niiti. b r n full (Nil
MreLoui t i.r ri.r Si eclnl studio 4ollrulul4. Irpritlrj, Aurmnl, (oiiimciriiil and Art
Irpartiii4-iil. Hrt.t-clnn Conor rtatory of Jlualr. i. levant home fur built, with teacher.
aticu.ks.try cipvuac Jur a Utlu ouly 40-J or Us. laUlvxue 1m. C. U. PAYM, rrekldvut.
HIO STATE UNIVERSITY,
Nilfnr,Airrlriilturv.CIlli:nff!nrlnitf. tlfclinnlrnl ruiclm ciliitf nml Ml 1.111
-- ikk '' h mi rui'iiriu fitirk t it .truia
nrK" tai-uuy ..nfii .aaitorHioriHft, superior t
mt 1. , nirai.ee examinations uepi. u A ig.
TTnTTWP QTT V n, npen to Rtndcntq
UHA iJiVUll A t'ollftlabMiiftrtnieiit lull)
Modern I.. h ti 11 11 itch tunrudkhly tnutrlit. vv
.tiMit'rii ..uuKiiiil-Tt'M lunruokuiy uukiu, fvt
inaiicut, irn.uf- B r iinirim- an I'liniaiv ntiui J
klutu. Mu til nil Depiirtliiftit tnttler cliftrpe
tallied ut mil a 1 1 txiM ! t-vn for 14 rntal true
MIAMI C0if.Gi;U COLLEGE
DAYTON. OHIO. falsUli.lirl fj Trar, Onl, ,11,1 ur I trsrlrs of lln.,l(.lipf Inc. Tbo
oi.krllij, iu , riuiloy.! fn,J I r Urculara. WII.T .V Ml Ml till I, t.MI, PnncipaU.
HDSS CUHEBS !
Cutting all Kinds of Green -
and Dry Fodder.
W.wlsh to call the attention of Agricultural Implement Pralrrs ami J armors In Clark County to th
fact that w. aro now fully established In Hfirlnglield, O , where e shall male the manufacture of ou
Renowned Ensilage and Fodder Cutters a Specialty
Ouaranteelni? our machlnr to be the beat In the world and first-claaa In every respect, and at bot
ora 1 rlcea, we shall hope to set our share rf the patronage.
Uur valuaiilk work on Ktinlliige, an ltluatratvd Catalogue, sent KItKK lo any addrens.
E. W. ROSS & CO.,
HAMILTON & CO.
Watercoolern, Ice crem (iteerti, lemon iqueez
era Ice hooks. t, cliUels, picks, Ac. 1'ur nuL
IliK garden. e have the lit,?!, lst and cheap
est hoes, spades, spade forks, rakes, shovels, whed
barrows. c , In the city. ljin mowers We
sell the test only, rhtladelphla, hUtndard and
Buckeye. Kor house cleaulnif we luesleplad
drs,Mrub brushts, whitewash brushes, brooms,
llmir nil rlntbs. rlntbia urlnuors. wire doori.
featherdnsters, Ac. all cheap. Aud last but not I
least, the tables, we uho koi cni, me laruesi
variety, Hie cheapest and beat styles, and at prices
that will pledac you, uulr think, why carry tht
baby, when you can get a 1 eautlful cabfi, fAor
7, and a beauty for flu, IllorliU. Call aud see
them at once, tor the o) we have the beat
wagooou wheels at II to5- 'they will pltiase the
boys, tor all of the above please call and see,
HAMILTON & CO.,
27 Kant Muln St. Sl'HlX(lt'lKl.l), 0.
NEW LAWB, Offlrf rs' pay from
corn mi loos; lleavrlftrs) rtliv-
lonsi sad I iiertMs. itnurv ju jtars:
success or uo ff W rite fur circulars and lawi,
A. W. McCOhUICK A bUN, CiuctCLSll, Ottla
aaaV .atFlVMaLraaGan''l ll Ml 1 .T
AMONTII. Ag.nl. wanted. 00 bl a.H
lug artlcl.. m lit w,rM I .aiupl. tt.
alai.H JA V BUONSON, Iu.l. MUk.
M rrled persons or young men contemplating
marriage, aware of phjalcal weakness, l.ws ol I'ro
creille Powers, finpoteiirr, or any other dlanual
libations, aidlly relleaed He who places him.
self under the caro of t)U ,l,m:iiT may cunfld.
In his honor as j ge itleman, and confidently rely
upon his skill as phislclan.
ORGAN AL WEAKNESS
Immediately cond and full rigor restored. Thla
distressing atMcllon which renders lite a burden
and marriage lmposlhlr Is the penalty paid by
the tlctim of Imptop r Indulgence The most
chaste must ackt owlcdge Hut tin pavlons are
the great magnet be which the whole world Is at
tracted Destroy them and what Iutb we? Man
1 no longer Initrestcd iu the niijjAiite sx; the In
terchange ol that hllsslul rciise which attracts
and interests tuo whole world exists no longer:
man ceases to be what (lol made him, the worla
Is no longer Interesting tij him, and remorse and
disapfMilnlmetit arc tils constant companions.
Consult UK. .AI.llr.KT alome and you will find
tl.e sympathy and relief that you posltlrely re
quire. Opium and Morphine Habit
Cured and the victims rjleased from their thrall
dom which makes life worse than deatn.
EYE AND EAR.
Alldlwaaesof the LYK AND EAKtrpated by
the latest ajd most aj proToJ method ,
Constructed of heay chilled Iron plate, and being
self locking. It Is the only unit In the world that
laaliaolatfly priiof nan In ft t sriiTP rwbbcrn
Jnfornpl kiiU rt-coiiinieniUil by Undertakers, C'em
eter ABnotlatlon ami leading citizen and .Ilvlnt s
everywhere. '1 be sacred bodies of ourbeluved dead,
otherwise liable to U toru from their k raves by
ftacrlleirlouif bands, ruthlessly mutilated und maria
the subjects of the rude and tfhually J sis of brutal
Krave robbers are atTurtled cnmplt-U protection
within the secure envlronni ntiof the RoydUravti
Vault. Kvtry C'emeterj, howeer will jtuariled.
Is likely to be retly luvaded and robbed ut re
cently Interred bodies. It em em be ring that tho
Iloyd Orave. Vault proxtdfs the only effectual se
curity aicnliist this desecration. Is thf-re any won
der that thouanndM nro In ne nil orer tho
country t Kept lu stock and for sale by all lead
ing umif nan ere. jtianuiaciureu uy
AliOi IAIIO.V. Apiilj (o Suiiurlu-
1 II. M. Mipiiltf nl, I'lt-rk.
BLOOD AND LIVER SPECIFIC.
Full nmrnen In Aria, IMillimophy
juipiiKni union iro,
I- ll tprm imris sptitpiii
Circular vut iroe
II. MOTT, 1-rcaldent.
of either fox. Oter T00 itudeiitu
iul ped Mamlitrd of Muly r inks
1 i pnrulury I,purtiin,iit coi
; In flltpnilanre.
lilts with the lirst
' 1'nritiury 'luri nn-iii coitouctt-u ny vT
i iijatmi i unuif pt iiiiiinr 1rlll nilu It III Mil
ot hurl Mi ri A thorough o.lncatl'in in lw .h.
I'ttll term (MM-iih pt. TT7TaOCrPT,T
- A, Irtusurer, Vimikt. o. " UUDXXiXW,
an I let nur
wire or clilM
r e n make
from S3 tf
4 pvi ny
tliut la K"lng
f! machine r e-
. orattd mi this
' lunm an ns
ly flavor, and In color an 1 late l equal to any caunwl
i-ootta. No family can afford to b uithouilhe hvap-
orator alter haitntr mice uw.1 It It will pav fnr Itself
in tlirt-.' .U. It i-xii Mimpltuiii) tlillil tun
unrk It. ent fr II lust r ul cm nUr tUlnir lull
dtacrlptloii AJ:NT .VATKI. ddrrss,
i 5 TON
Iiwu bt r tftsil UrftiiDfa, brM
r tMMtn di neua tioi,
Joak.ili. 4i. ibsnTTabt lor fra.
IT1. L1.I niautloa Ibi. p.pr an4
.jjr.M o IIMNAMTIk.
mi... .i... m.-&
For Oeitz Fruit Evaporator
Semt atrly HI CVnia lor 4 IIIIADS Ol"
111.11 ' M'.IV WOMIKItfUI. KAHI.Y
HAititi am ritni.ti'Hj iu:ais.
AUKMS A.SrU. . A. IIKIT,
Gt Cliniuher.titirt;, Tn,
Tlie Pall Session ul tills Inslliutlon will com
meucolliuiailajr, hleuiter Ji, latis,
Furlurtlirr Inlormallon ur rataluguf, addresa
I'tlOl". b. K. BKK' KLNK1I OK,
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