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GL01JE r.KPirBLlC. MONDAY EVESTNG, XOYEMBER 16 1885
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
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It 11 i.I tin. eienitm.
Ham Tajlor f Wet I.iU'in.
uiiU wih tiK'iiil. here.
C llintal. of the I. IS. A W.
to i ii i iniiati tin. nioniiin:.
lr. Ja- 11 MaiaMrt. f lwa
Iowa. i. l.itiuc frii'tHl. Ihti'.
.1. V llaue. i tiailiic In
Kil-iii Ma Uou lenxuleletl ami tliutntitih re
jiainiL craxevanl i. an ediilinirlj livelj
jilace cuniiaxei with inncfielil on fcunilav
The repulilican club niet't. fur liennaiient
iilfmn JUoii.tl Um major"-ufucc thi. eeu
inir at t:S .harp.
A ilrue well i. Iienitr it in on the jirnji
ertv mi'miiinl by Mr. A.l.iin Nell. No. OS
;. iiith Kaeum tr t.
Mr-. .Mill WehU uf Kuon. .jM-iit Mtnilai
M.itini; Inr lurent-. Mr. ami Mr-. J. 1
4'olenun. lTvt Noutli Kactiir -ireet.
The ileaf innte at the Central ciisiiir
hnu' -ans a -nlu tilt- momiicj for the ile
Icctation nf the crowit cathiiil aUiut the
Mr-, riia-. Mew art and little Lms!iter. nf
near tin- cm. an- the irue-t-of Mr. .la
Mew art ami faunh of "et Main -tni't.
Mi- i"- r.mma ami tini'V Wallaw. of
Waldo. Kinriiia. are m-iUii friiaid- in illi
cit and e iun:. . They will -non lolurn to
the r -mitheni home.
Tlie Ciinwr Orocrn." with the creat
fun maker. Han -.olli. and hi- eeli'1'raie.i
onuipaiiv. will lieat ltlaek- lljiera lloii.e
next Natimtaj i-Teuiur.
Mr-. Marr. of ?an Kram'!-!!. who ha
In vn at Alexandria. Ksipt. fur vieral
vear-. wa- cxihs-uiI u. .irnve in thi- eitv to-,
da', to vi-n lier reLitive. Mr-. Thnrza Tei-
ganh ii. ot We-t Maui.
l'r Kii ler tmv el- iu thejinvatecar u-iil
by Alleluia I'atti. which U'ar- the name of
the great Mmrer. I tlii- reason a minor
went ahroid this tnoniing that I'atti wa in
town aud would -inghere loiinrht.
Inmiuteti ItaxiiiorHL editor ami jiuli
I i-her of the A lli-h.inv (oiiutv Itejiubliciin.
..f Angelica. New i ork. I- here with hi- I
fanuly visiting reLitive-. and will remain
during the im-ater iMirtioii ot ihe week
.1- e . -i -. i. . .
Hie tart tl,.tt a man who ,.av- Uxe- m a
-ctmol distnu nuv -end hi- luldn-n to
- In Nl in that di-tnct with.Mit j.a ing extra
tuition, ev.-n if lie live-in another district,
i. not known ceneraMv. vet
dii'ision ot an tihio court.
Mr. and Mr- JHL (the la-t-iuimsl known
foriuerlv as Mi I.iric I'.iixtimi. and Mi
Ivouie Ituvtnn. are exifctisl heie tmlav.
from Cliev tune. voiuing Territoiv. Mr
and Mr-. CHI re-ideat Cheyenne and Mi
Ix'Ule Il.1- Ik-cii with them alnuil 7 wo'k-.
Mr- Finch, who-i' trial with Ilawuer and
Atkin-on wa- In-fore the court mi 1'ndav.
lias lieeu iir.iMiat.il -line on account of ;o.epuiiller. niavor of Iiiic.i.tcr. I n
w hat -he regard-the jnTsix-iition bv sonic of itetl my .piery. "It i- the best tonic I
her iieiglil.ir-. Others of her neighl.ir- have ever known, and I regard it .i an m-
. . , . , , , . . falliliii cure for nialaria." -miliiiglv an-
t.Mifv to hi-rg.1 name as a lady an.l join , ,., ,, ,,,
her in praying for juMiee and j-'ice ' --ir -teniheir. what do you know of
Hon. .1. IL Hoilre. statistician of the ar-'
ricultural bin. an at Wa-hr.toii i- in the
city toitay, having amvtsl here Saturday on
hi-way Home irimi incago, whtre he n- and In-.ine A-ylimi. "Never had a mcdi
cently addri' sl tl' National swine lin-asl- cine in the lio-pital that ai tisl -o chanuliig
i-r- A la'iatinii on the jirohibltinn of Auier-
iean jiork jinNluels in Kurojw. Mr. limine
was fomiiTly tlie till tor of the Aim limn
Kuralist. and a iiuniifacturer in tin. eitv.
Vellow -iriii- Iteview. VtTiIy. verily
there i- nothing mm that eijual- "natural
ill , ,
.sjiruigheld having Mmck a vein al-
leady lu- two cuii;.aiiieMii the n.-l.l. euia
111 aliiHt-t organized a coniiaiiy and will
-tart an iX-Tlnienul well -non. What i-
the iiLittT with Yellow Mirnur-? "she's all
right, for vveliaveonr "natural eas" hIw.ivs
on hand, and in-tead of iNinug for it gener
ally get "bon-l ' by it.
tMinie fellow at .south 'liaiie-ton ha
lin aii'U-mg Wes llovve. eilitor of the Si n
tuiel. with lieiiii; a diuo.T.it nji to a short
tune before he took iiji his rc-Hicuii' there,
awl Kiivve refute- thi- with a -tateinent
from Al Wh ker-haut. of .lame-tow u. "ho
tiTtitw- to hi- fealty to the republican
cause. When A 1. i ue- a eortihcateof tiu
lature tlieie i- no u-e going U'limd the return-.
It will do to l t on.
It i- iiiider-tood that Captain Hii-hnell.of
iriugheld. will urge the ainntlnent of
ex-Mav..r Cillm. of tliat jilace. to the ii-i-
t ion of warden of the jieuiteniiary. This
will Ih- jirptty -tmng liackiiig for Mr. Coflin.
and ought to win in the or.bnarv cour-c of
afTair-. W. 11. ("herniigt m. of Jaik-ou
tuiiiitv. 1- also a candid He for the plan.
and is liemg hootiiiii bv the j.aHrs from his
-is tion of the -t.lte. Xenui li.lelte.
The Hi III foul e :- v.tl.
Thegreat revival at Hellefoutaine. under she them my name lat theiuaddif inc.
the direction of J. .-,. Hitler, still tmitinuti " HI tell them all about it.
withnoalMteniei.tm the i,,ter.-L There tl' '''""'il'I tin- home testimony:'
,,.,,,. . Address whom I might jireacher. lawyers,
liavebti-ii three hundred innvcr-ions and bankers, dniggi.t.. uierchaiits-all who had
one hundred and -ixty-Jivc acn- ion- to the any knowledge of the hitter-, ami the te.ti
churcli. There were -ity ai'ce-sloiis to the niony was overwhelniingly in its favor.
Methinlist church last Sunday, and twenty-
o coiivcr-ioii-. Tlie revival is the mo-t
w, , , , .. ... ,
filing ever known In the history of
Miss Havvvood rctiinical to Iwi lumif in
j.-ticn. . tod.iv alter a visit ot several
"-.ituuel Kuidlelicrscr leturmsl. on Nitur
d.iv. I rum Mi. mil .smntv
John White unit wile, ot Vienna, -i-nt
s..tMi.ith hero Willi luriiiK
Kev. T. .1. liurkcrt. ini.-lirl S.itilutli
nuiniini: from tlu'ivoriNof lii'rroiu-i'niim;
'lirit. "Wluiwnit txnt iliimi; jIixmI " We
lii-anl a iiiiiiiIht rt'iii.irk tlut it a an extra
CkI M'niion. Tin-fxt'iiiin; M-mci .is a
I'mtM' iuiitinti tin' oiuu jhmiiIi'. maili'
up t -iiiL'inir. n-.iiluii;. il.vl.uii.ition-. an. I
it. tiMiiIu'1il In tin pastor ami I
I a ri'iii i'. Tin Iirt i'i'i.'i.' a. a lti la
illation ly KtliiT Imtcit. t'lititiiil "T e
bimi an.l tlio Koi'k." .uiotiicr hi l.thir
rraufunl, i-ntitliil "Tin- Njnntii.il
'Ii'iiiil' " Ni't. tin- cliililri'ii i'.ii'Ii
Ifn'.i1l a iitm' of M'lijitiiri'
IliTniun Ko Ut en a r-.uliiic. tin' -ulijtvt
tx-iiu; ( tt.it I far liM'of Tliim'." followol
li lila rinifvli with a ilii'laiiiation. "I'lit'
1'.ilin nt I.ito ' M il'l KiT.lmrr ri'itil
"Tin' mi:-of ClnMlHHMi." anil Ma Craw
funl "l'lii' I.onl i. ( omc "
The i'mttim'n wi'tf mtt'i.jM'riiI with
viiur-. All tlii -na!.i'r'. lnl I'viiilmsl)
welL tin larci' .uulii'iii'i' ..! wi-ll i'Ir.i-cl
iml 4'iitrrtaniiil AnothiTof Minilat rhar-n-ti'i
will Ih- ciii'ii in four wii'ks. wlifii ilif-
fen-iit 'rmis will take jiart.
V ItllMMlltl Nj.Orl.lll III.
V voiuic itiuiitr) lail while walkini;iliiwii
M 3' a it. W"i-t Mam .tree! on "..itiinlax afternoon
ain ill I 'ral'lM'",',l '" "P. a reil-liml in a case li.ui:;
Mrsiii.ni. lin; in front nf a saloon. A- tlieiloor wa.
' Jiut anil a etirtainevlmliil the Mew m.iile.
the jiiuiik nt.tie jmlleil out hi. "iliinrcer"
ami jiilttnu a siMMl-.i7iii .tone in it lilaiil
. a.i at tliehml. The fir-t .hot failiil ami
lH'fore ht' hail time to .limit ai;ain
a eu.toiner inline out of the .almin anil
Ntojiil the ftin Takins the Iotii;hinaii
h the collar ami the liroail juit of hi.
jiant.. he iiiuM have thrown linn ten feit
awa The Innl i. a cniit Htwithit.
uwiii-r, an.l whenever it make, a imN'Oi-n
I jiitmiii aNnit the hoii.e run. to it. jirotii
tion. Countt Iki. iiiu.t not lie le.ul into
temptation, nor .houlil the fivl thenu'lM".
m ilutv iNiiiml to tire awa at ever rel lunl
ami eauaiv that tlie mi caeil nji The
I net tiling we will hear nf will lie their ti.h-
iroM ti.h out of the Aiiaile foiin-
tlinlioti l'n-ai Iiit..
llieiiiini.teri.il lirnfiN.iiin whn.e
ami iriwlc;f it), to atteml all the wol
ilnn;.. ami enerall) with a emul fei- .u
warehnu' at "oiniain ins the lUMtatioii. are herein,
warmil that thire 1. a law in resjnl to lnin
i.ter. ni.ikiiu return, to the jiroliate linUe
that won 1.1 I, well for them to N-ar in
iiiniil. It riiiiirc that all niarriascs jmt
fonniil li them .hallliTi'turniil to the juo
Uite juiUe within three week, after the
niarriaire. A failure to eoiiij.l) with tin.
n-niler. the niiniMer or ju.tice liahle to a
line of -50
lli.iiit.ui.ii.i oriu.il 4 l.i...
The fir-t .-e.inn of the Cliautatniua Nor
mal Cla.. will lie helil in the llilile ela..
rooni at the ( iiiurivatioiial ehurcli touidit
at -even ami a half u'clmk. All whnwi.h
rtin jinn tlie cla w itliout ej'!i.e.
i iiiiricittiiii.il 0).tr-.
The iniiu lailn nf the Coticrecatioml
church oilcan oj-tcr -upjicr at the Nilnilav
-I'Jionl room, uf the dmrcli Thur-ila eien-
'" ""' a11 a"1 iti"il
I'rom llif -i-lt'i o. t li.iritj.
PlIoV Illt.M K Ho-l'llAI,
Wv-iiim.tiiv. . C. April .'I. t-4. (
We take pleasure in atte-tuis the nierit
and -iMitliinijuahtie. of Allcoik. l'oron.
I'la.ter-. havuu u-tsl them on variou- iv.i-sion-
willi much beneht to iii.mx of the
iwtient- under our cliare duriui; many
vear-. St-Tf.u- of CiiAi:n.
Vnthracite coal mined hi l'i niisvlvama
-ell- for ji'i a ton in the fit of Mexico.
"Your medicine. Athlojihoro-, has done
wonder- for luv wile and i- belj'iuitothi r-."'
it ni.. .1 in.. I'.uiL fr.n.i s.i...tl.l..ti Xli..
m m oril(.rI11:. t!',v ,,. lMlttll ,',,' thl,
srt..if neuraliria and rheuiiiati-iii cure to .ell
to hi- customed.
The total value of real estate and ier-nii.il
prujiertv in New Jer-ev 1- ?.xki.5U0.ii57.
HUNTINC A CURE FOR MALARIA.
Ami W hat the Inquiries ami Itivi'-tiirntiiiiim
I'ur-isl with that vatrne and luiletmite
...owtl.tii - e.itlisl m.il.iri.i .mil liviti. in
IjaII,,,.ter. P., . the lurllipla. e of Mi-hler"-
Herb I'.ittei-. Mr. Walter Kietfer. of the
li.ulv New 1 ra. rc-olved to inve-tuMte it.
ciiralivc ii.wi i-, of win. h he had heard -o
om, ,u ,',,. ttn, Lv ,,. .., ,,, in
.amc;, H. Mar-lull. K- . at jir.-ent and for
jwelve vear-jia-t jni.tuia.tei of thecitv. I
a-ki-1. hat do vmi know about Mi-hler-
ilerli liilter-' 1 know. wa. the au-vver
that it I- the iiio-i jialatahle bilter- I h ive
I ever taken, and a- a tonic it has no ciiual.'""
, That w.u eiKsuirain. and the next tier
-on I met wa- Win. A Morton. K-o . of the
I.inea-ter Intellueiii-er. I addressed the
same in iiiry to him. and ijuick as a tla-h
came the an-wer. "I have used Mi.hler".
Herb Hitters, off and on. for ten years, and
havefouiidltofgie.it bent-tit. On one oc
casion, -utlcnng troni -evere pni-tratmn. it
wa. the onlv thni to give me iclief ""
Menniug into tl tl f Hon. 1). I'
Mi-hler - Hern liittersr- 1 askisf. aililn
ing Mr. .l.o. Meinheiser. now I'uiteilMate
ui.iil agent, and for eight year--uintiii-
teiiilent ot the l-measter t ountv Io.utaI
lx, and for eiuoinc ili.eaM's it never fail, to
'Mr. Long." addreing a memlicr of the
linn of .lolui t. l.oius Son." drug hou-e.
the olde-t ilnu bou-e in the Mate, if not in
America. "What has Ihvii your exjierieine
with Mi.hler" Herb Hitters"" "We handle
i . .,.-..-. .i..,t ..f .I ....a i... .i i .
.lfc.,o..u.". '.. un. ii... i,ll!tl.COl-
..,,,, m. .,, ,..,... , ri1,lril ,. ,"
mi imslu mally. tlie U-.t bitters in tin
market. IVojile who buy it once invariably
i"-1" f"T ll "Cam."
. Tl.11' ",,':'t 1,U'" 1"lt"1 "'.L--'"lin IL KaulT
i man - oiii Miiiii now - me .'ll-llliT-Heib
Hitter- market, Mr. KjutTiiian?" "It
never wa- 1 tter. We .ell a great dull of it
ill the ity. but the bulk of our ti.nle i. from
the rural di-tritt' among old tanners who
mul a tonic and among those living m nU.
laii.il legion-. O Id gentleman h.. in the
coiiutrv ha- Ns'ii i online tor eilit year-,
and a- we know about how long a liotilc
will la-t him we know ju-t when tocxjsit
him. It i- a great luttei-."
II It Coihraii, another prominent drug-gi-t.
wa- the next jierson ajiproacheil
"What has ln-cn your exjieriem e with
Mi-hlei"- Herb Hitter-. Mr i. o hran:'" "For
-te.idv sale it ha- no equal It is rheiui-
i.tllv ouri and uiiilieiuallv .lmm- I..it..K
the ileiuaud for the Hi-I I."aU-l biand-that
inteiideil jartieularly for ladle- ha-greatly
Incr. a-ni. ami i Know ot nothing more j.ii-
tilaror more effcitilc for theweakne
jieculiar to tne ieniafe s,a.
Mn'tilig llev. .1. ( . Hihhie. an nUngc-
lunan lumister of the do-iiel, on the -tni't.
I ingagisl him in conversation, and rein.uk
ing on In- great age and s.H-ninig giKi
health In s.uil. to niv siiririse, "1 owe U
all to Mi.h'er. Herb Hitter- it i- the lie-t
fiieiul 1 luve, -u.Ianniig me in all mo nts
of phv-icil wiakness, and if anv one de
-ire- my totim.niv vmi are at liliertv to
-nnie m say mat. although a skeptic on
uk Miujn-i in curiiutuiaiana, 1 iHianiecon-
4 IttSAtel lllllf f rillhl II IJ .fei.km.b. ... -
llinni urn iuoc na. unc 1'ICJianillOII, SlllI
o.ie only, tliat would cure It, and Its name
I Mishler's Herb Bitters.
ianirtliing About llic HlT-tltr of EnglauJ,
luirrlfti anil France.
Th home of thu "native" i at
V'hitstable in Kent. It N cu tivate.1
iinl eateiulU tetuleil fiom iraille to
iravehya eomiianv of jiroperou- and
l.apjix coijier itor", who li.ve all been
horn with -ilier spoon in their mouth-,
there i. but one way of tutoring thi
iltinri-liiui; corporation, ami that l- by
birth. The o-ter larnnTS of Wliit
tabie are heieilitary, ami tlie coinpaiis
-eem to liouii.li the inoie. the older
the (become l'lie bold at all times an
enormou -toek of oy-ter. wlich the
keep in -lock till such time a- he price
ollereil entice them to -ell The emii
l.ani buy sn.vll o)ters. and mike it
their bii.ine. to nur-e them till they
are titted to enter an appearance m the
market. It i only on tare occa-iniis
that the-r own oy.ter- xield avi-iblo
spat; were they to obtain a fall once
eieii in ten ear-. it would treble the
iucome of the company. The .p it
of a pair of oy.ter- will .i e.i an acre of
ground. Theco-operatorsat Wlnt-t'iblo
True in -ome year- paid ai much
a JL'.lO.'iOO for broml. which they
purchase from 'ill comer-, and there are
minv peron who m ike it their bn-i-ni--"ti
gather it on the K-e side and
el-ew here. On some ocea-iou as much as
hft hilliti";-a lnihel hasbeenpiveii for
brood, but tlie purchase pioiea protit
able one. a in the course of a few years
that iprintity of oysters will hate be
come iorth from" twelve to fifteen
The natural hitory of the oy-ter. al
though it has been handled by Huxley,
is not well iinder-tood Some persons
maintain that the animal is hermaphro
dite, other -a it is not. In America,
where those interested have a happv
knack of limiini: out the truth, it has
leen "proved"' that the oy.ter. of the
I'liiied States are of tao.exe. When
the parent oyster, emit their spawn, it i
neces.ari that it should obtain a hold-ing-on
place; without -ome coign of
vantage to which it can cling, the in
fant bivalve wdl assure lly peri-h. In
-nine seasons the Mpaitti is wafted
awa to place;, where it can not
live, and that fact in due time
become a taitor in tin- supply.
The lrench know this well and havo
utilized their knowledge, they have in
vented tile covered with cement and
apjurntus of various kind-, with which
to intercept the .-pit (-piwn), the-e
are pla oil on the bed of the paternal
nter.s. and are found of great u-e.
When the .pat his grown to the size of
a foui pennv bit it i piAeil off the
tile-, or i at her the coating of cement
i. peeled oil, and lai J Uow n in nlai e
vvh 'ie the piveniles may thrive and
gro" fat. Kuoiiuou. numbers of ov
ter. are thus dealt with on the
French toast At An. a. lion there are
ov.t4.ihH) pares in which shellti-h are
c.iltivated. aud a manv a. l00.iX),0iil
Iiivh been gathered for exportation in
the our.e of one year
Our -to k of oy-tpr at home has
I fen lirgciy supjilenienti'd by nnpor
tati -i- frotii France, and from America
as well. The I nitedSta'es andCanaila
are able to -tand an anniril draft on
their oister beds of 5.572. i)o(),iXK) indi
vidual bivalves (some of them being
about three time, the size ot our "na
me.''), that is, doable, the quantity
consumed by all the oy-ter-eating
communities of Kurope In Great Brit
ain we have been known in .time vear
to iiiusume as many as l.GnO.OtAi.oO)
natives and other kinds. Loudon
A tv Slruclur Xlhirh tins the Lncrt
-.neli" siu, ; r.iir in tli VVtI.1
The new railroad bridge over the
Olro between Evansville, Ind., and
Heuder-on. Ky., enjoy the distinction
of having the longc-t single sj an girder
uf any bridge yet constructed It is
built on the triangular truss plan, and
is vry symmetrical and plea-ing in a
pearance. The -tntcture has a length
if ."VJOo feet, and rets on sixteen pier.,
each -pan being 250 feet long, with the
sxception of the one over the main
sliannel. Thi- is 525 feet, and i-, we
believe, the longest single girder in
the world. It is 103 feet above
low" water, and 57 feet above
nigh water mark. The bridge, with
'h line- connecting the railroad sy.
.em centering at Evansville with the
I.oui-vil.e A- Na..hvil!e svstem at Hen
jer.on. h is a length of ten miles, three
aiile- of the approach on the Indiana
ide being over a wooden trestle.
Tlie bridge at Cincinnati, built sever
il years ao. hts a clear spin of 515
het, and wis at the time of building
he longest railway girder known
Next iu leiigth came the Kinlciihurg
Bridge, in Hoi. and, with a span of 4'.)2
feet. It is not probable tint th Hen-ier-on
lirnige will lung eniov its dis
liiution, for the limits in this direi Hon
hive alieidy itnreasetl -o stirpri.ingly
that .pins of S'KI feet, -uch as the cen
tral span of the contemplated bridge
over the Ilud-on at I'oiighkeep.ie, X.
V.. are not conUltred itnpiacticable,
but 525 feet ha. not yo'. wo bo ieve,
been e.xcieded, exiept on paper. Jiif
lanii Industrial Gazette
Til Kiparrliuent of Captain lOtiard. of tli
The renewal of Captain Hcn.ird's
balloon exgeriments at Meuiloo. on the
Seine, -ccius to have met with a good
degree of success. Of course favora
ble circiimstauco. wore cho-en, the w ind
on one trial blowing only about two
mile, an hour and on the other perhips
six or eight. St 11. to make progress
against any wind is a gain in aeronaut
ics Iu the recent trial on two suc
cessive day- tbe distance undertaken
was about tivo mile., the journey out
ward in one case and homeward in the
oilier Wing made agaiti.t the wind.
The triii to windward occupied about
three-quarters of an hour, or twice a.
long as toe one before the wind. No
eflort. of cour-e, w as made to reach a
Journey mg through the air iu -hip-ha-always
lieen an aim of mankind,
while the analogous th -ire for wing.
like a bird's hi., from the day. ol
l"ani. to our., produced bold attempts
at flight- with artifie al pin on- not -cl-dom
lestilting in broken legs or tie. k..
Twenty year, ago the Ai ronautn a' Si
cietv of fJreat lb .tarn gave much atten
tion to this latter ipiest A Mr. pcn
cer at that time claimed to have taken
leap of a hundred feet from the ground
by mechanical aids, ami a Mr. Kauf
luaiiu built a machine which was to lu
.u.t.'iined and propelled by huge w ngs.
These curious dev.ccs came to noth
ing, and doubtless had been resorted
to btvaii-e the ordinary balloon seemed
hopeless to rely on for navigable air
ship. To get aileipiatti power without
too heavy weight hid lieen found im
possible, and applying; a ga.- balloon to
help hold up tin machine created a
volume vv Inch put the apparatu- at the
merev of the winds, lint after the fail
ure of the devices ju-t spoken of. and
after two flight- with wings in Pans
and Vienna had nearly or ijuite killed
the experimenter and were shown to
have been mere descents earthward,
this temporary otTbn to solve the prob
lem of aeronautics "by going to na
ture" and playing bird was abandoned.
Wings wero left to theatrical fairies
and air ship proper again es.ayed.
To recount the lives and fortunes ex
pended iu this quest would be a long
task. Scores of machines havo been
built, with great paing and cost, only to
fail when tliov sttemutoi to face an ad-
verso wind 1 l,e ,1, vutee- of perpetual
motion have n,,t e,.n . persistent
than those ot aerial navigitlon. li'U
the old dillicnln always n- urucd ll.at
power l.-iju red in ijit. and ill In . s to
oll.et vveght lv extra li t m id- t 10
lighteiie I .trui me i iiri'V in tl i' winds
At I. ngtl, ,(,.. .toi.ige" of elei tn al
powi r lev ved hupi . oi -e. . --. m.l I ,-r
ver. a i.iiu. mure tli.m a ccnturv al'ei
tin Mont'oltiers had mti di. d b.i -limuiug
a -lej) lo.vard aen il ini"i
t on :is t.ik. n Hie Ti..andi. is u-ed
i-torago butter.e. but with little -u.
ee-s. then, m August. Captain I h irles
ltenait). of the Inn. h engiueer-, ni ule
an iisi'i-iit at Meudnii in a cigir -hapiil
craft idled with hvdiogi n ga. and pro
vided with a ruil.fe.- an.l a s. rew no
Jieller The ma Inn.- ro.e to a short
d.st nice alie the p'aleau ot t'h.i illnu.
and. alter s. uiie roi k ng. the propeller,
diiiin In ele iruil puw.r, earn. .1 the
balloon ripdlv over Meudiui 1 i.rest.
1 hen the rudder I eing appl ed the ,ur
-hin liiiued toward I'etit Iti.eire. and
fmallj ni'id -a e iinplete circle, -o thai
altera voi tge of twentv live minutes
it il.'.ceuile.l exaetlv at the point
w hence it had started
'licit w.i- the first genu ne balloon
st'i ring that had evir been aicom
lili.lnil. and gieat w t. tne enthu., i.m
oi it il At l el. at M. r.'tei.lnir.'li. at
Okht i, like devices were unilertaki n,
and in th s .ounlri ad rgible wir bil
loou via. announced. Meinwhilt M.
Herve Mang.in infornieil the French
Aculeiiiv ot' sicienco- that the problem
of aerial navigation via, solved. I n
fortunattly, when the luaehino was
ned aaiu. it inailn a failure, the
-crew work ng tor le.- than a .(Hurler
of an hour. The new trial bad been
tindertak.il agim-t a fresh breee, and
tint proved f nal Two month- more
t'lap-ed. and then ("antain Heirud. with
a brother o'lii er. made a Ihnl experi
ment, winch re-iilted. like tlie I r.t. ill
-in ce fill .teel ing. the joniiiev oi ru
pjing three .pi'irter- of an h.nir The
gi Iieral jildgmenl ot the aeronaut wa.
that a sliiji eapable of In in; pr ielleil
for a -hurl time in calm or lulu buce
hid been j.ro.liiee 1. but no; one In it
co. lid luva-t wind-
I he rei cut tn i s of i n v ur .hip in
dicate that .ome gain hi. been ef
fect 'il. I.i.i year's lulloon w i.
.aid to In' often hor.e power, working
four hour- 'J hi- year- -eem. to l
alMiut a fifth le- powerful, an I w th
capibditv of worning onlv half that
tune. Hut ,i i. -iiMilieranil ...ins to
have g i ne I in light ne. a' hough now
carrying thice pcr-on-Hi-toad of two
IVihip.. al.o, the power o! list year's
lii.icli tie wa. mi lated ind ex igg. r
atei -nice in the .letual tn il-1' il I not
oiente con-eciitivelv for an hour
Within cert a u Inn t- and under cer
tain i oiiiit on- ot very liht vv iv.1 tne
-t eri'de balloon has appireuliv ad
xatnt'd eiioiign for purine, of oe
ca.jonal oxp. rinient or pn i.ure but
there are great step, yet to take b'fnro
-eenr ng crdmari ami practicable
travel m the air. - .V 1. hnus.
FULL OF FUN.
When I wa young." said a boast
ful ilame to Lord Houghton, hilf ihn
young men in I.otid.ui were at my feet "
"IliMlly? Ch ropod -t., ehr" wa- Uio
A We.tern itlitre w i- very busy.
and m her excitement sent the o.Vice
boy to the paper -tore for one ream of
wrapper-, cut in Mother Hubbard tyli
Mcr Imnl TraicUr
Unwilling to wed.
I Tie irirl in. worth
I 'Hie nmn wii-ti t worth
An.l 'then -he fnun.l h. hfld
Tn wnl she wit. nnw lllniir
'I pre.uuii I hive -eicd the bag
gage of more actor- than any otln r
man .ii tin- town." .a.d a gentleman
at a ralw ay .tntion in a -mall ton n.
"Ah. you're a loti-ta'!'. are you?"
"No, sir. I'm tho baggageman." C'..-
Cll'JD A I M v
Iio.toni ins never utter the vulgar
saying. "Money make, the mare go "'
Prof. MiUivan an I all oilier residents
ol Huston .ay . "The -jieo 1 of t!.e fem
inine lior-e is greatly uccelerateil by
pecuniary propulsion." l.oui.tin.U
There." said a "-tocktonian. it
ting on the coping to the old court-hou-e,
a. a lady pii-h.n a baby -carriage
in whie'i a v. uyg.ter wa. crying
lu-tily paed, " is a great natural p e
noinenou ' " How do von make that
out?" Iiccau-e it'- a moving bawl!''
A lo. onmtive pulled into a station
and stoppid, though he w iter was
-till in motion, witu as monotonous
p ung ng Oh. mamma ' eve aimed
a 1 ttle girl on the pi iii..nu. "that en
gine .s an tul tired It i pull'iig and
ulowir.g j.i-t the wav pa d e- after he
has, climbed up the st.ur-' A". 1. Mm.
Young man 1 am w lling to lend
you twenty dollar-, (ills, but you
mustn't say unyth'ng to any body about
it. It it -himid .le oino known that 1
lent you money 1 would be ui ortuned
to death l.u- (pocki ting t'ie money )
-Thank-' I pledge you mv word that
I will never -pe ik of it to a -on!. oung
man All right Ab lit vben will von
return me the menev. tills' (in. h!
Mum', the word, old Uiy A'. J'. .".
De Haggs I under-tand that you
had a I. ght with the edilo-of the lin
.' l'ug.bv I -aou d -ay. I had!
That's th? second time I'vr fought him.
I he tir-t t me 1 wa. fi arfiiily wIhpjhmI.
" You whipped him thi .econd tulle'"
" We!!, no itw-i. -t drawn ba le "
' Neither whipped' ' " Nether if u
vvas tin re. lh.iela man to di tne
lighting and the editor lured a man to
receive lulu, ind thev nearly killi d each
other." Uodtun ?'.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Wyoming Ten tory hi- a livily
"(lice I'lub" which hut hie.i
tlnevcs. 1 he iiiemb r. peilorm w th
-tring instrument- oiilj m iyo o ir
ii a .
It was nee itiy d'-covced tliat Kn-gli-h
-p irrtivv. i at million- of lit. . .ii -toe-,
excepting in New Jer-ey. J'here
the mo.qiiitoe. e it spanovvs. .lurur.i
(III ) Had..
A new pe les of ! ir In. been dis
cove'ed on Mount Hi i-ta which
found iu no other p rt of the world
It is about the -.ne of a shepherd dog,
is white and very fciociotis Ihreehavj
been killed lately. 6u.rijiiii.Hfi (,(u..)
Miperionty in American hotels over
those of England, a. judged by Mil
wood's, lie in the tact thai vvhit-ver
the guest wants is ready for him at all
hours lrom ilie po ting of a letter to
the eating of a meal lie linds tlie facili
A peculiar black paper of Siam and
Burnrth, made from the bark of ceitaiu
trees, is used very much as are slates in
Kurope and America The writing
upon it may be rubtcd out by tho ap
plication of betel leaves, just as slate
writing is erased by means of a sponge.
The Russian Geographical Society
is stud by the St Petersburg journals to
f LIVER COMPLAINT.
fhe SmpluniH or Lher Complalot
are nnpiini ami p)n In the !.!, iometlraM
ln in the houMt-r and It mistaken for rheu
matism, the lorn, h 11 ntftrtt-d ith IumuI
ifte ami iitknr, bowfN, In gner!, roati?
i i etnue wUernatiiiis with In tbe he J U trou
MM with pain jri.l lul , heavy seniition f hav
itiif left un tune Mtmethin which ouiht to hare
tje.ii dune ilien coniiUiaiiit! o( weaknei. de
hility and low r lr t. Ntuietiruen many of thf
') KTiuiiltitDi attend thedleeand at othfr
tlmec ery fe uf them but the Lifer li generally
theoryan rmt intolTe!
KEdl'LATL THE LIVKR AM) PItEVENT
IyptplH, t nnnlintlont Jaumllce. 1111
lloiiit Altnrk, flnlU Ami Fever, llad-
Hch. t'olli', !epreNlnii or .)i'lta(
our Munmch, llenrtbarn,
Tonic, Altrrutivo and Cathartic!
Pituraonn I. Ter Iteiulator, purely vetfetable, It
the medio ne kenernlly ued id the South to arouae
the torpi I LiTer to he-tlty action.
It acts Titb extracrdisarj povtr mi effi
ca:j cz the Lirer and Sidneys I
The a- lion if the Itegulaiur Is free from nausea
or anpini It n moat ertectUe in sturtfop the se
ireti mof the I,ifr. raufinfc the bile to aetata
cathTtie U htn there ia in eirr . t l'le iu the
-I unai h, the Itecula'or 1 an n lire pur.e, after
the reuiowl uf the bile it will regulate the towels
ind imparl viirur tnd health to the whole ystem.
re ih j on (jet taeitenuinefn W biteWnptwr.
wnh ie pri-iaeil only by J. 11 Zeilin A Co
idd by all dnuuiMs
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tt Greatest Medical Tnnrnph of th Agt!
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.oHBof appetite HowvlacoaiWr l'aloln
the brntl. with m dull eaaatlon In ih
hack pnrf. Tala under Ibe holder
bladr l'ullneia after estlnc wlthadla
Inclinntlonto exertion of body orralod,
IrrilaMlit y of temper, l.o it aplrltB, with
a feelincof bavins: neglected otnednty,
Weariness, I)lz7lnea, Flatlerlnc at tho
Heart. Ilolo Lrloreth ryei, Headacho
ever the nglit eye, Iteatleaaneto, with
ntfnldrenm. Ilichly colored 1'rlne, and
TUTT'S rit.I-9 aro especially adapted
to auch case, ono doso eiTects such a
chinooffecIiniTnitoaMnniali the sufferer.
Tacy Increase tho Aiipetlte,anJc&uaethe
tojy to Tnke ok Kleal. thtu Ibe iTitrra u
nanrtlieil,anl hy ihir Tonic Action on
rrfttiifNl. j'rWJ.'ir. -4 nurrayM..It?T
TOTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
ttu .ratej tho t..lr. makiM hfjUUij Cehb,
Ftrenffltitns the weak, rviair1 the Aste of
the sfgteai with pure bl.Hxl and hard miucle;
tones the prrous pvstera, iaviorata the
brain, am' -uipart ll.e Tftfor of manhood.
ft. S..11 bvifnucton
iii'KK KJI 1llrrlH..SrVo
cont.niplato ienilinjf a -cientitie o
1 t.n to thu Amour for tlie purport' c
stuJ.vin tho iiirrounilicK region uitli
lei.ril to il oo;ra;)ical, historical .mil
ooruini;rci:il feature-, a well as it lum
vc il roMitirco.
A ui-w toy that will interpt tha
(liiMren is thu "11 mo That Jock
limit." It U a house with tight win
ilowi I.iht knobs are pKiceil at tho
lu-i' of the hoiisi, ami as the-o ire
struek with a ball rolled by the players
ouo of the cclebr.tie-. of Jack's hou-e
appears at each corresponding win
dow. According to the IScrliner Tageb'att
I'.i'tcur will mkiii organize in Paris aa
in-titution for rondenng dogs proof
:igaiti-t rab rs. Wa method of inoeu
l:it:ng human lH,:iigH against hydro
phobe is siid to hat u Ijoen recently
tr.ed with erfect success on a toung
boy of nine from AUuee, who had oeea
bitten In a rabid dog iu such a manner
that htdropliobi.i seemed inevitable.
One of the patients at tho l'rotestant
Home for Incuralnes in 1'itt.sburgh is
Mrs Shattix, who has b.-en coaluied to
her bud fur tttuiitt-mne years w th a
spinal complaint She 3 ju te wealthv.
nsii hating no relatites h.is cho-en an
elegant and air room in which to
spend the rest of her life Although
comparatively toung her hair i- unit j
us r I ly and In r face plump and li .tit .1
a 'hough m tbe en 01 inuut of vi,.oroi!
hf. -I'ltUl-.ruh I'utt.
BEEF TtA AND TERRAPIN.
A i uliireil Cntcri r", Kirnlful Carrrr Kiel
Sin i ia,
James Wormier, the not'd negro
caterer of H -hington, who died 11 few
months ago, left a fortune of more
than one hundred thou-and dollars,
which he made 111 keeping hotel. Mr.
V orinlet had a patent method of mak
ing beef tea, and he prepared much of
the la-t food eaten by Charles Mimner,
l're-ulcut Lincoln and President Oar
field Purng (Jartield's Ian ilats he
u-ed to take this beef tea ctery morn
ing from h - hotel to the White" House,
and liarfield reli-hed it when he could
eat nothing else It was made by broil
ing the tenderloin of a porterhouse
-teak, and while the meat was tet
mink ng, putt ng it into an iron re
ceitcr he ited for the purpose. A cranlc
wa- then turntil which brought hundred-
of pounds of pretiro on the
steaming -teak causing etery particle
of it-June to stream forth. A little
seasoning and the tea was ready.
There was no water about it, and it
was the pure juice of the beef. Mr.
Wormiet al-o made chicken broth fol
(iarlield. and the chickens u-ed came
from bis own farm near this city. His
hotel was a Irgh-pnceil one. and his
d 11 tier- on spec al occasions cot
a luli a- one hundred dollar a plate,
lie was e-p.-c nllt noted as a terrapin
cook, and he cons dered cooking such
an art that lie cnt ins -on, who now
m in iges the hotel, to Paris to take
It -ois of the n teal cooks there.
Wormiet wa- the first to introduce
the terrapin into Kngl ind. He took
them with li 1 111 when he went along
with Keterdx Jol m, who was the
American Amlia-s idor. as cook to the
legation It s -aid that the terrapin
d d more to aeeompl -h the emN of the
l nited States than all of tho speeches.
The best terrapin in the world, by
the way, is found right on the Poto
mac, and this to such an extent that
the Washington terrapin is fast getting
aeo-inopol tan leputatiou. The foreign
legitions eat a great many of
them, and diamond back ter
rapin ha become as essential an
element of a court dinner as the
roast beef and (ili. It is a rich man's
dish, hottet er. for the smallest terrapin,
propel It gotten up, will cost 3011 four
dollar-. It will take two good sued
terrapins to make a dinner for twelte
persons, and the additional expense
will be about ton dollars. Secretary
liatard has a national reputation as a
ten ipin cook, and it is said he always
lics the dish iu the kitchen before he
dresses to receito his guests. St. Louti
To remove grease spots: Two
ounces of aijua ammonia, one quart ol
soft water, one teaspoonful of saltpeter
and one ounce of shaving soap cut fine;
mix all together, let it stand a few
days aud it is ready for use. Apply
with n 8pon)v rub well aud wash Ml
WiUa Hot water. I, -W W
Boucle Cloth Newmarkets,
TRIMMED IN BEAVER AND ASTRACHAN.
VIMS, IN FRIEZE. BOUCLE AND DIAGONAL CLOTHS.
BOUCLE JERSEY NEWMARKETS!
Mads by the best n rak manufacturers in this c u try, at exc eoi gly low prices.
Examine our large stick of cloaks bsfore buying.
CHILDRENS' CLOAKS AT ALL PRICES.
BT-.A.OIJC, BRO. & CZCD.
Tills Ii THAT.
I'se hnznlMiN'T when jou have eaten:
I sos;0ol r tour breath to sweeten;
I se MtZuDO.N r to aid digestion:
I se MIOPONT and ask no question.
I'reserte tour molars ami jou won't
Kesret the u-e of MIZOIION'T.
A marrlace ceremony w.u lately per
forinitl on .111 11 elierc 111 the Arctic Ocean,
the rontnietmc parties Iieitij; a fiennan
c!cn;t man ami an Kmili-li irirl.
A (irmrful Odor,
imlicatitcof health andpiiritt, is communi
cated to the mouth h the .sweet siented
Mt.uliN I", whii h makes the teeth as white
and as radiant as h-hii! iMireelam, and
contains no ingredient that is not highly
In'iietii'iat to Ixith i-lllns and tiftli.
A si'nes nf eHTiinents latelj carried out
upon iishim; tessi'ls in the North Sea, with
a tiew to lighting thein by electrlcit,
protcd ten satisfaetort.
Sate ami lnenil the piins. Us SrI.l-
IM.'s (il.l fc."
llergen. Norwat. has a new street con
structed out of the proei-eds of litjuor licens
es. It lw.irs the name of I Iraiiiuieiisuel,
which means Crogway.
Ilnu to shorten Life.
1 The receipt is simple. You hate only to
take a tiolent cold, and neglect it- Alier
netht. the great Knglish surgeon, asked a
ladt who told ti tin she only had a cough:
'What would jou hate? The plague?"
Beware of "unit coughs." The worst
cist's, cm. howeter. Is cured bj- DIt W3I.
IIAI.I.'S I1AI-SAM KOK THK I.U.VOS.
Iu Whooping Cough and Croup it imme
diately alla s irritation, and is sure to pre
tent a fatal termination of the distase.
Sold by druggists.
According to Hill je. thesignof ih-tress
for a Maine man in search of a drink is,
close t our right etc. hook jour right foot
around the hack of t our left leg. with the
left hand execute the celebrated gesture of
J-aiu'I of l'osen, ami place the right hand on
An lliiMrtunt Illacnirry.
The most iiiiHirt.mt di-eoterj is that
which brings the most good to the greatest
number. Dr. King's New Disooterj' for
Consuinption. Coughs and Colds, will pre-si-rte
the health ami s.ue life, and is a price
less honii to the attiicted. Not onl) lines It
Isisttltelt cure Consuinption. but Coughs,
Cold. Ilroncliitis, Asthma, Hoarseness ami
all attts tion of the Throat, Chest and
I.ungs, jield at once to its w onderf ill cura
tlte 1 sitter. If Jou doubt this, get a trial
iMittle fri-e, at Charles Ludlow Jt Co.'
An Knd tolloiie Scrnplnie.
EdSheplieid. of llarri-burg. 111., sajs:
"Hating revolted so much bonont from
Electric Hitters, I ftsjl it my dutj to let suf
fering huuianit) know it. Hate had a run
ning sore on mj leg for eight j ears; my doc
tors told me 1 would hate to bate the Nine
scraped or leg amputated. I u-otl. in-tead.
three bottles of KItrtric Hitters and etei:
lpe Hucklen's Arnica balte. and mj leg is
now sound and well.''
"Electric Hitters are sold at 50 conts a
Nittle, and Hucklcn's Arnica salte at -"
cents it-r U bj Charles I.iullow JC Co.
Iturlileii'a Arniril ale.
Thk Hi T .tI vk in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, bore. I'lcer. Salt Uhemn. Eetcr
Sore. Tetter. Chapissl Ilanil. Chilblains,
Corn, and all kmt "upturn, and siititelt
cure Pile, or no pay nspuml. It i guar
anteed to gito psTftit -sitisfaction, or nionej
refunded. Price il contier box. For
sale bt Charles Ludlow .V Co.
The king of n.iliomej has 3,500 wives.
The missionaries are after him.
boine singular iKsiiIe with singular cus
toms hate Is't'n found in Coiigolami. In
one tribe it is the fashion for women to
knock out their front teeth a inn as t hey
Ladt phjsici.uis in France are henceforth
to lie admitted to the hospital on the same
term a their male colleague. Thistic
ti.rj i the result of long and insistent agi
tltloll. A pair of ram'. horn which hate grown
into a tree to tliedepluf et oral inches ami
hate Ihvoiiio t!ieinelie of a woody nature,
are among the eurioitio exhibited in San
A Krench ofliecr haiutenttsl ariflewhich
ran le loaded with et en cartridges In ten
stssind and tlisehargtsl in four. It dot'
not hate to Is" remoted from the shoulder
In 1:! an American farm tt a established
in Corea. whertsm nothing was to lie grown
but American tegetablcs. A recent report
satstlie enterprise ha proted an entire
The worst case curnl bj Dr. Sago's Ca
A Washington Uer.is-erts that notiuore
than 15 of the TO senators and less than twin
thirds of the eongressinen lie within their
salaries, s.'i.oik) a j ear. This is the result
.nrloir. An itoinj of Mrlnnrliolj
Is a wonderful iKnik. selling forth in great
detail ju-t how miserable human beings
can In'. Hut the whole horrible mess of
uuserj niaj be summed up iu one word
djsjep-i.i. Anjbodj who is atllii'led with
that disease knows the whole wretched
ston. Anjtualy who has taken Brown's
Iron Hitters for il.siepsi.i knows how com
plete and happj is the cure. Mr. Cli.i, A.
Wilson, of M. Louis, writes. "Hrown's
Iron Hitters has greatlj reliewsl me of
weak stomach, indigestion and dizziness'"
Cl'KK HIK rn.i-.
Pik-s are frsuentlj preceded by a seuse
of weight in the baeX, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sii
Kise he has some elfivtion of the kidnejs
or neighboring organs. At times sjmptonis
of indigestion are present, tlatulencj'.uneasl-
i ness of the stomach, etc A moisture, like
inspiration, priHlucing a very disagreeable
i itching, after getting warm, is a common
attendant. Blind, bleeding and itching
piles jield at once to Dr. Bosanko's
Ile Keniedj-. which acts directly upon the
parts effected, absorbs the tumors, allaying
the intense Itching, and enecling a perma
nent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The
Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piuu, 0. Sold
by Ad. Bakli&ui tt Co.
BLACK BRO. 4 CO.
Superior St., Next to Postoffice, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin
The Latest bcientiiic Principles
Hu discovered the great cure In the world for
wetkneM In the back an I limb, infoln-urr dis
chtuea, lmpoteoc7, general deolIltr,DerTouDr9.
laDguor, confusion of Idea, palpitation o the
heart, timidlly, trembling, dimnet- of sfght cr
gtddloeaa, dtM.taea of the head, throat, now or
kin, a flection of the lifer, luns. stomach or
bowel thoao terrible diaordera arnin? from the
olitarr habit of youth and aecret practlrc,
blighting their moat ra-IUot hop or anticipa
tions; rerderLng marriage Impoaafble.
Thoae suffering from Nerrous Debility, the
symptoms of which are a dull, dltresved minj.
which unfit them for performing their butins
and social duties; make happy marriages lupt4
sible, dlstreaa the action ot the heart, causing
flushes of hiat, depreaeion of spirits, evil fore
bodings, cowardice, faar, dreams, short breath
logs, melancholy, tire easily of cvmpany and
have a preference 10 oealona; feeling u UpM in
tbe mornlog aa when retiring, lost manhoud,
white bona deDoaita in the urine. n?rvnum.
trembling, confusion of thoughts, watery and
weak etee, dyspepsia, constipation, palenrw, pain 1
andweknesa in the limbs, etc., should consult
DR. ALBEUT Immediately and be restored to
EPILEPSY OR FITS
Fodltlfelj Cared bj a !few and Xerer
falliDg Method, and a tiaarantee
(ilTen in Eterj Ca.e. i
.A. OTJRE "WJtFlFiJztTrUJD.
Peraona Kolned In Health by Cnlenrnei
Hooth after Month, GIvIdb;
pounds, huuia Apply imine-uiHtiy.
D UU t L' 1 D I V fi IT D PC! Ierft-1
IVDJl liIlLlalj VUIVUO fully
by mail and express, but where poaslblf personal consultation Is preferred.
ctMB,iEJlSuEED DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O
Scutt'A KniuUinnuf I'tirt-CiMl l.ierOil with
lliilruiiMh:itrn. fir iitliia;Clillitrt.i.
Dr. S. W. Ciiheii. of Wacu. Texa-. -.-"
-I liae uvM jour Kiiml-Ioii in Infantile
atinir. with i;imI reulN. It not onI re-ton-
wasted tivue, but m e-. -treiuttti, ami
I heartily reeouiuicud it for dl-ease atteud
nl by atrophy."
WHEN DOITOKS cannot help win. then
tale (iiliiiore's Magnetic EIiir for jour
Throat and Lungs. For sale bj- Tlieo.
w. About Town.
It i the current report about town that
Kenip'i It.iNam for the throat and lunirs l
iii.ikins; some remarkable cures with people
who are troubled with coiiKhs. A-thuia,
IironchitN and eonsuniption. Dr. T. .1.
Ca-per, dnigKi-'t, will gie any per-on a
trial Ixittle free of co-t. It I piar.intetI to
to relieve and cure. Trice 50 cents aud Si.
MII)I)I.E-A(;KI) MEN who lack ws.-or
and italitj can be ciirtii bj tiiluuire's Aro
matic Wine. For .lIe bj Then. Troupe.
IlundreiN of letters troni tho-e Us'm;
Ajer's Hair Vigor attests its altie as a re
storer of gray hair to its natural color. As
a stiiuulent and tonic, preenting and often
curing baldness, and cleaning and sontliiiiir '
the scalp, its use cannot be too tronglj
A KKI.IAHLK AltTICLK-
For eiiterj'rise. push and a desire to get ,
such goods as will give the trade satisfac-i
tion. Ad. Hakhaus A Co.. the dniggi-ts. j
lead all rumix'tition. Dr. Iloanko's Cough ,
and I.ung bjrup, In-cause it's the liest nietli-,
cine on the market for Cough, Cold-,
Croup and Primary Consumption. Price
50 cents and si. samples Tree.
Carefully read ad ertisements of the Al
bert Medical Institute. 'JITtf
"Eh, doctor," said a baillie of a small
Scotch town to a friend, "he maun hneUvn
an extraordinary man. that Shakesjieare.
The are things hae come into his head that
neer would come into mine at a'." Boston
Whoexer Has Visited 'h ShaVers
mu-t have tiiiticiil the bright, clear coin-,
plexlon of the Sisters. That bloom of
j until is the result of perfect digestion of
food. The sallow, delected countenance
iH-n ading nearly all our ladles is the result
of indigestion. The Shaker Extract of I
Uisits iMegel's Sjnipi will give immediate
relief and bring back the glow of lualth.
Haney Lee, merchant at Twin ajinngs,
-, .Mo., writes Maj It, ls4 I
r.ictof Boots h.i curisl mj i
I.u-he. which she has 1k-.-ii
years, bhe fts'I- so proud .
wife of sick lieai
h.fl ril.aj.f tik fllT taJtl
,lnl,n.l U. -I.......-..K lm,.L !
iitvi i. .ii, -ni: ,, i-ii. niv ... -iitv.i.i.. ....... n
jou for sending the medicine to this place."
.l.i-. M Morgan, merchant, of Empire, Ky .
writes I-eb. IS, 154; "A gentleman who
had lieen afflicted for jears with sewn
rheuiuatisiu has been icrfcctlj ciireil bj
se en bottles. Send three dozen more at
YoullK Men Iteaxl This.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
oiler to send their celebrated EIivtro- ol-
taic Belt and other Electric Appliances on
trial for thirty dajs, to men (j oung and old i
afflicted with nenotis debilltj-, Ios.s of i
talitj and nianhisid, neuralgia, paralj-i-,
and many other diseases. Complete ri-sto-ratiuti
to health, Igor ami manhood guar
anterd. No risk is incurred as thirty dajs'
trial is allowed. Write them at once for
illustrated pamphlet free.
Trial roes that honesty is the liest
policy in iiieilieiue as well as in other
things. Aj-er's Sarsaparilla is a genuine
preparation, an uneiiualled blood purifier.
decidedly superior to all others.
An Kxrrllent Meillrlne.
"I certify that my wife and myself
w ere in bad health for some fifteen j ears.
I chanced to tie looking over one of Sim
mons Liver Hegulator almanacs and saw- A.
II. Stephens' and Bishop Pierce's names to
testimonials. 1 then obtained some of the
Hegulator, and can heartily recommend
Simmons Liver Regulator to my friends as
an excellent medicine.
Z. . Hammoh. M. D-.
and Blood Diseases
Marrifil perKns or toudc men contmp!atIng
marnai;?. aware of phTi-al weaknea, Loaof Pro
cret t VtwfTf I opo'enc or any otner di4ual
ifi. ations sndily rl.eTe.l. He who p!ac?a him
self under the care of DR. .LHKKT may confide
in his hjnir a i 'tleaiao, and confidently rely
upon his tafi.Il a a phvsician.
Immediately i red aod full Tir restored. Thla
distrvi'? affliction which render .ifeatunien
a id ni4imaif imprs.M lathe penaltr paid by
the Tict'Ui of imp-in r lnduUenc. The moat
chaste must a kuowltnie that the pinions are
the (jirat magnet br whirh the wboie world is at
tricte4l. Detro" them and hit bare we? Man
is ro longer interests! in the opj-it- x the In
ter, name of that bliwful rep.ao which attracts
and iourwtathe whole woritl exists no longer;
man cetea to (e hai Gol msde him the world
Ii no longer interesting Whim, and remorsw and
disappointment are his constant cotnpnlona.
Consult DR. ALBf.RT at ouc and you will find
te sympathy and relief that yon potiUrely re-
Who hare becotne Tlctlra of o!iUry Tice, that
dreal'ul cd dwtructiTe habit, which annually
Bwep to an inimlT RraTe thousands of youpg
men of exa'td :ant and bn Iiant intellect, may
eal1 wi . . i onl Jeio.
DK. AI KR' a tdresaes all thoe who he In
jured the'i'ieiies by improper indulgence and
ulitaiT haM s which ruin both mind and hodT.
unfitting them for business, study, socle tx or
Irtuieri Who Keep Trilling with Thetv
Iti4inoti4 ami Injurioua Com-
as hit h hare been neglected or unsklll
No experiments orFa.lcres. Parties treatad
treati - l.
0td:iMi7 Rubber Boot
llwa js wear out -t oa
the ball. The'lm.E
Boot re dM'Je Met
oa Uie ball, &ml ive
I&tt tcorxrnlcal Rubber
Boot in tne marcec
Lssu lonir ttaa aaj
other boot and tne
FOR SALE BY"
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ROTH & CO., Cincinnati, O.
rtoU AftaU In tbe U. b. for lb calebraMa
Paris KM Gloves.
Price Iiit mailed free upon arpllcatlon.
Exqulttlteljr cleaned, 10 cu. pr p
posta 2 ctA. eitm -per pair).
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