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KEPtTBLIG, SATUBPAY EVENING MABlTl 2.; 1SS7.
TIFE UNGLOVED HANI).
It occurred six jears ago, in ltsSl, and
at the Chateau Mounlalsir, near Virehoiv.
Ah. well; ni one lc"iew.
A bnsht ft-riiii; monilmrc the little. pa
vilion at til end of the pinleii where
Vladimir Dejnek pursued hi" art, tciIp
tor's tool mattered about; the fun-liine
fctrvainiui aeroas lii "hiii face and milk
ilir more than terrible his open, j-lazisi
eie, a bird sitting tinging on hus icy
li.-ui'l. the black, round mark about las
throat, the half finished statue of Memory
in the moist clay, the open casement and
the carefully rlo-s-d door
et no you asV if there was uo clew'
And et one greater than the other.
The deep imprints of two hand" a ,
right hand and a left in the net clay of ,
the, youm artist's last work
The right hand was that of nn ansto- i
oral; the long, slender and tapered
fingers the hollow, narrow palm, een I
the impress of the oval nail tip lay there
clearly cut in the gray clay
The left was the hand of a v ulgarian,
broad of palm, with short, thick linger",
their flat, w ide tip" sinking deep !
They were close lieside each other
i They were friend"
They had lieen as clo"e in their rela
tion as humanity may be, for together, it
seemed, they hud murdered Vladimir i
To whom had those two hands be
It was a ceaseless question, which uo i
one for years could reply to I
The aristocratic hand detective", anato- j
niNt and experts decided was the hand I
of a woman a small, soft. sensitiie palm, '
lightly touching the object it met to sup
port it" owner on her hasty route across j
the studio, and yet leaving its indelible
jwrtrnit staring there. ,
The- other, the accomplice's hand for j
naturally the aristocrat was taken for the '
instigator and tho vulgarian the hireling
was thought to be that of a youth, tcrri
Jled at his share of the crime, his strong
fingers having sunk deeply into the statue i
of Memory' '
Had VLulimlr Dejnek any enemies? j
Ab, well, none that any one knew, but
"Then a man Is young, anient, inipas
"loued, lovable, may he not have enemies
as well as friends Easily.
Did he lo e any one I
Oh, ye", yes, love is not an idle word, it
does the work of many not yet invented.
And vt as he lo ed?
Ah, who knows.
Had he a model
Yes. She ceased coming a fortnight
And w ho was she
Oh, well, n young, tall woman, wrapped
always, een it this fine weather.
Did the shitue resemble her?
Yes ah' to be sure the face of Memory
was a blank; it had possibly not satisfied
Vladimir Dejnek, anil that very morning,
Very likely, he had obliterated it.
Could the model be found?
Nicholas, Paul and Katinka, the ser
vant" of the dead man, thought that she
At Virrhnw, of course.
Was she found?
And was there any one else?
To W sure; the new model! How
strange that they had not thought of her
Young, beautiful; oh! with eyes like the
reindeer's and long hair like the nie silk
of the corn, and a month a soft as fungus
in the spring
And her hands?
Well, well; that was too much.
Nicholas, Paul and Katinka shook their
heads and murmured their praj era.
Yes, jes, she had hands truly liecauso
Katinka had seen Vladimir Dejn'k's large,
green, shining, jeweled ring sparkling on
the new model's finger only the day be
fore. And where was she
Oh, at Virchow; where else?
Was she found?
So Vladimir Dejnek's relations settled
thetnsehes into a stunned calm, and took
possession of his property quite naturally,
after spending many thousands of rubles
in ain attempts to discover his mur
derers. Not a trace of either women could le
had, and presently Chateau Monplaisir
t-cboed to the light laughter of the pretty
cousin of the last tenant and the innocent
prattle of her children.
The pavilion was torn down, and in its
stead a charming fountain played in the
w arm w cather a jet high in the air.
The sculptor's tools w ere buried and
the unfinished, faceless statue of Mnemos
ne. Well. Vladimir Dejnek had a friend-
Ivan Ansaldi. These two men had loved
aach other as men do once in a while, ery
truly, very deeply and tenderly; and Ivan
Ansaldi begged of the relatives of VLuli
m.r Dejnek that they would give him the
statue of Memory left unfinished in the
They gladly assented.
He took it away and had it baked and
painted and glazed, and kept it always
standing with a long, dark cloth ocr it in
the drawing room of his apartment in
And he swore, could he but ever meet
or find the owner of either of those hand",
he would aveuge the death of Vladimir
lian AiifaUli n the son of a southern
fa Jier he 1 -ad iaslon, powers, capabili
ties all of the nujst accentuated descrip
tion. He was a man of abont forty years of
ae, a man of force and of intelligence; u
little .oin, hut jierlinps not tisi much so.
He had had his successes; he had lieen
loied in fact, he hail had innumerahle
"affairs of the heart "
And here is a paradox: Amid nil thee
"atTairs of the heart" he had eier sought
without finding it lore!
He luid indeed two characters; with the
tine he amused himself by mocking the
whole world, nud with the other' w ell,
he reeri ed the other, and very possibly
consoled himself with the absurd idea that
the day might come when he should show
It entirely to some one.
Iran Ansaldi had those melancholy yet
al to) s brilliant ej es, which forever seem
And what do they seek?
It is not for me to say.
He had traveled all over the earth look
ing alwayn for what?
Hcaien knons' And perhaps he him
self, in the depths of his soul, knew also.
At lee.st he was very well aare that
lie had a ver ) et found that thing which
He thought often of his friend Vladimir
Dejnek; the idea of vengeance slept within
him, but did not die.
Kveti to-nicht. nhen jurt about to start
for a ball at the Knglith amtiass.idor's,
Ivan, bru-hing past the statue, pulled
BJide the dark cloth and stuck his fore
finger into the little aristocratic plate
njliled in the cla und then with an oath
ks drew it out, and, drenching his hand in
eau de cologne, left the room quickly.
It was n brilliant ball this one to which
And he met her there.
Wlien his restless, melancholy eyes fell
upon her face they became happy When
his ironical lips spoke to her kisses seemed
to boter on their crimson fullness and
when he felt the silken sweep of her robes
upon his leTe hi warthy face became
Kxplain It? j
Well shall we explain their immor
tality He dlil not attempt eeu to explain it to
himself He said simply "It is ht at
last, at last ' and he was erv oiiiteul
Mine. Itovnndra Smirnoff . hardly
lieantiful nor yet ery yoim, Wnit er
haps 'tOr-iidof that extreme fnirne which
couicvs to the casual thinker the idea of
a passionless and cilorle- nature
Ah' who knew lietler than Ian An
Saldi that it whs the lire within her Mini
that had burins! the face, the lips, the
shoulders of ItiiMimlni Smirnoff rito mk.1i
a transparency of wlnteiie Wlw knew
better than he the pale gold of her hair
ami the "Miler blue of her large eye", hid a ,
volcano of seiiMtiw feeling under their
Moreover, she was dresMsl in w hite,
with pearl- and crystal- and diamond
sparkling on her l-om and the upper
parts of her arm indeed, she looked like
an icicle, as some one said
Ivn heard them say it as they passed,
"Madam, did von hear'"
"Ye-." -he aiiMvcred.
"Oh. to tV-n. yes 'an Icicle' and one
that they eoul, 1 net cr melt but what do
jou think of me" ' j
"Too much tn dare to utter it."
"Impossible "' '
"I assure yon" ,
"Will you then is-rmit me to lie your
Interpreter" Itoxamlra Smirnoff says,
with a little smile just breaking the frozen t
pink arch of her month
Ian tinned, looking at her with that!
comprehensive glance w Inch a man never
gives to but one woman in his lifetime. j
'You are kind to permit it'" The smile ,
breaks into a little low ripple of cool
laughter, more intoxicating to him who
listened than would hae been the most
luscious mirth of the reddest lips of his
own south land.
"Well you think here i" a woman
who has been loved, as brother", friend", '
loer's love, by men of talent, strength
in brief, by men and not to lie loved in
some fashion is for her n new sensation,
from which she will not draw liack no
rather will she extend to this nocty the
right hand of welcome, she is charmed
with it' That is what you say to your
self, Ivan Ansaldi. and you are (nrrect I
wish nothing so much as that you shall
like me not more than that with that I
"And I am not."
Mine MnirnolT shrug" her snowy
"No Oh, by Heaven'" cries he tinder
his breath "What n woman you are'"
"What kind of woman, then, am I"
"I do not know I do not know the
kind of w oman that is at once a man's in-
sniration and his despair I can think of
only two words of Daute's hen I look at
"And tho"e are?"
"The eternal pearl "
"Your Italian aid it of the moon "
"Yes, and I Inn-row It for you for,
should sin de Jou as deep n red as thoe
rose jouder should crime blacken jou
a,s somberly ns look our starless nights
still jou would to me shine foreier white,
immaculate, shitless; jou puzzle, jou ir
ritate, jou entrance inel"
Hoxaudra Smirnoff shudders and Ian
stoops to gather her fur cai.1 oier her.
-Wli did jou think of that '
"."sin and crime'"
The music, a friend's voice, these things
recall Iiun to an ordinary view of the sit
uation "Ah." he sj-. "You mnst pardon
me To tell j on the truth, I stumbled
over a memento of a friend of mine who
was murdered as 1 came out to-niglit, and
its influence must l1 liauntmg me "
"And should suth mementos rise be
tween you and me" murmurs she in a
voice whoe melted musicilncss was more
like perfume to his senses than souud."
"Between us," corrects lian. "JCo
and jet. my countrymen are brutally su
perstitious, and I am one of them."
"How" she asks dazedly
"Well." linn Ansaldi leans oier the
high b.ick of Mme. Smirnoff's chair, his
arms folded, his ejes lnt upon the fair
face uptnrnwl to question his.
"Well, we loie each other; that Is the
truth, is It not"
"Yes;" she breathes heavily under the
veliet of her Innlire.
"It is a great tiling it Is the thing 1
haie looked for all my life."
"And I." Iloxandrn murmurs.
"Yon fill m eje-s, my soul, my senses,
my heart and brain I mnst tell it to
A little crimson color creeps into her
parted lips, n little fleck of pink blood
imges the white of her cheek.
"And," linn saj slowly and painfullj-,
"there is something else that I mnst say
jo j ou also. Do not deny me, do not even
look at me it is fate, and with that it is
oest not to disagree. I say to j"ou good
He leaves her.
He leaves the house of his friend blind
ly, and, not slonping to enter a carriage,
rushes across the city to his own house.
As he enters the drawing room the dark
cloth ctnemig the statue of Memory clings
to his rough surtout. With a muttered
exclamation he threw himself upon the
He vaguely heard tho bolls ring out the
I hours two, three. He listened to a dog
bark in the street, the dull sound of car-
1 riage wheels grating on the ice; voices; a
lull, ftotstcps some one without, some
one admitted by a sleepy servant.
IAnsaMi neither turned his head nor
opened his cye.
Present!) he felt upon his brow a touch,
1 cool as the fall of dew upon the parched
He did not stir, save that n shudder of
incalculable twin thrilled him from crown
"It is I'" murmurs the voice of Itoxan-
i "I know it," he replies, still without
"Slull aught come between us now
now, when tor jon I have risked every- j
thing Answer me jes or no do not '
, move, and then 1 go already I am here
too long "
I With a motion of exiuisite deference, ro
tender a i to lie well nigh idolatrous, Ivan
Ansaldi took into his the white hand of i
Hoxandm Pmlniott anit, nsm
it to his lips A kiss softer and sweeter , tLose vM impurities which o.-iginate rheu
than incense he gae it. and then his e)es j majc ailments.
till upon the nugioieii nauu or me woman
he loieil her right hand
With a cry of terror a cry like that
which tomes from the throat of some
wounded wild Ix-ast he sprang back aud
un her from him
"What is it lian, what is it" Itox
audr.i Smirnoff stands erect in the full
llare of the many candles.
"What is it" echoe- the man "Who
are lou what nre on Let me look at
)ou let me hsik nt jon'"
He readies forwnrd and takes her head
roui:hl lftwei'U his imlms
so)ou ' han catches at her other i
hand an 1 ilrops it w ,th a motion of horror.
"You arc both of thiin'"
Oh. niTier mind I " he wipes the
crent drolls trom his face, and sits down i
on the sofa burling his face out of sight
"Oh, hc.iieus'" rnes she, "nothiugcan
come lietween us now what was it that
"Yes," he rejihe-. simply. I
"Tell me all alwut it, and that will i
end it "
"Yes You are fnniiful, superstitious, i
and I I am heie and" j
"Yes. Ver) well"
""' '" mef . , , v ' Peii. " Aeker-a Dyspepsia Tablets, i
"To b.. sure Jfy friend-he was mur- m a m cure foVllyspepsia. In
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they found him one morning strangle. In ,
his studio; no menu, no theft; uothlnsf !
but simply death. He lmd two models"
"Yes." Koxaudra slrnoff pant as '
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-ne listens. .......
"0e of hcm n tall lady who had ceased
coming a fortnight before his murder, the
other beautiful, oung. who was seen
I with him the day preiimi- '
"i iV -he breathes heaill).
"Well, that is nil."
"That is all " .
"And thej never found out"
"The) iicer found out "
"Well, what tlo yon think of it"
"He was my friend "
"Ah rs Well, of course, the
UUML, LM7.1UlIlUi ..I'llMIM III III III till!.
.from jealousy of the tall woman- that t,
"You think so- The ei clmlls of Ivan
Ansaldi. under his swollen lids, glittered
like tho-c of a shot tiger.
"Oh. )es "
"I do not "
"ltovandra, I want to show jou some
tiring it is the memento of mj dead
friend, which I told jou was n had omen
coming between my thoughts of yon "
"Yes, show it me " Slie places within
his her hand
Ivan took it With one stride he crtwsed
the room, he tore the mask rloth from the
faceless statue of Memory, he took the
two hamU of Itoxamlra Smirnoff and
pushed them into the iiiipresion they
had made in that rlnj- four ) ears before.
Tbey fitted exactly
She drew them away: she looked at
them ker two oddly different hands
fhe crouched and watered, and sank, an
incoherent heap, at his feet.
For a time some sroonds seem like
eternities there was no sound sine the
tinkle of the c!K;k, and thtn in the hush
there mme the pitiful sound of a strong
She crept oier to him where he sat, her
long hair, tangled with displaced jewels,
trailing about her
"Well, jou loie me, Ivan Ansaldi"
"Ye, )es, jes!" he answers stupidly.
"So did he, until she came nud stole
his heart from me. that was it "
"What would give you happiness?"
"Well, jes there, nevermind; go home,
go home "
Ivan Ansaldi raised his eyes for the first ,
time since she came into the room. They
were full of blood and looked at her.
"You do not want to go )ett"
He staggered across the room nnd out of
the door, nnd down the three staircases
nnd out into the street and across it, and
looking nt the shadow of Uox.indra Smir
noff at the candle lighted window of his
own home, Ivan shot himself through the
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and wind colic By giving health to the
ehlld It rests the mother. Price S5c a bottle.
What tiik Shakkks iJki.ieve Anorr
Disease. Theyhaie learursl from man)
)oan experience that nine-tenths of all the
diseases of mankind arise from imperfect
digestion of foixl; for this reason they hale
spent jears of labor in preparing the Sha
ker Extract of Hoots (Megel's Svrup) and
it operates like a charm in all eases of indi
gestion. It is not what we eat that makes us
strong, but that which we digest. This W
the doctrine of the Mount Lebanon Shakers.
I'eoplewho are weak and languid, tired
and feeble often w under. The reason Is
that the fond eaten does not giie strength
because it is not digested. The Shaker Kx-
thract of Hoots (Siegrl's Syrup) will restore
the digestion to a healthy condition ami
time away the headache, the pams in the,
side and back, the distress after eating and i
make the sleep atford rest. ,
IS. II. Moore, druggist at t. li.iiiiplain,
Y., writes: "We aru using )our medicine
in my family for constipation, resulting
from dyspepsia, w ith the most satisf actor)
There is no one article in the line of med
icines that gives so large a return for the
money as a eood porous strengthening plas-
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and liella-
ouua uacKacne nasiers. .r
For Nrrofutn, liiipovrrinhfsl lllooit anil
SciM's Emulilnn nf I'are Cod i.ltvr OU.
with lliixi))hnKihitcn. hxs no equal ill the
whole realm of medicine. Head the follow
ing: "I gaieone bottle of Scott's Kntiil
slon to iu own child for vrofula. and the
effect was man ellous."-O. F. Ii:, .M.
I).. White Hall, Ind.
t'nlHrrli, II or lle I for.
thiiimation haie reaehisl the t!iro.it Use the
Fluid as a g.irgle to allay
.md to disinfect.
romblllaj I BOS wlU PCBE TEGCTABLE
TOMCS. ailrklr sail ronplttelj CLK1SIM
E5BICHES TIIK BLOOD. Qalck-it
l.esrtlosof IkrUirrssdkl'Bfjt. Clrsrstlie
roBplnioa, aiakn Uw tkla iBoota. ltdoriBot
lajirr Ur trrU, ant krsdarkr, or prodie cob-ttlsaUoa-ILL
OTHEB IBOX XEDICI.1ES DO.
Pbjviriaiui and DrasciBteTe'7ri-rarecomzseDt' l
Da If H RrooLKa. of Mtnon. Mim mjs: I
rwominand Brown's Iron Bi'trrs a a .alaabl tonia
fur rnrtchina tb blood, and rrmfinnc all di.urptiC
armplaaia. It dona Dot nun tbe utn."
Remolda Ind aaTi: I
tiata nfgrlbad Broi
jsrown iron uiltcra in caai
Dsdeal. UMl tt tu prp-wa uomugaij auulsctoiT
Airs: Brown'a Iron Dttt-TB rfltTrd dm in a cm
nf bland puiiiunic. tod I brtUf cammt'nil it to
thnMi nainc blood panlier.
Mm W W7MoiABAl.TuicQmbia, Alt. u?i: I
ht imm troobled frcim ehJdboud with Impun
Bl'tud nd eription nn my fo two txjtl-i of
Bruwn't lima Dtttm flt-ctM a perfect care 1
CsUuhA iptwk too Liftlij of tiua taJ-jaWs nnlicine.'
Gc4)uli- bw abor Trd MArk nd rrvned td li&
un wnppar. Takr no othr Mdc oaljr by
gUUW.N CUKX1CAL CO UALTIMOUt, NU.
Scrofulous. Inlit'iiti'il and Coiiia-
gi'ous II a Mid rs Cured
I TIIKOl (ill the nieilliim of one of y,.ur books
1 reerlied tlinmcli Mr IrankT Mrav.ilruir
tist. pt.o, I'.t.. I lirc.une Hi'iiualnteil with
iiuri.iii. ihi Htmiiin. aim ;,ike iini ti.ir
tunity to testify to ou tn.it their use has ier
liianently cur-1 hie of one of the ,rst ruses
of bhsi-i pots.iuini:. in comiei'tion with rrvsip
el.n.that I hue ever seen., ind this after hsv
Ihirbreiipniiiouneeil Ineunihle b some of ttie
brst iilivslriuis nl our county I take nrr.it
pleasure In fom.irillni;toyiiuthistrHtiuioiii.il.
Uhsolicitrit.tslt Is hv you. inonler til it othrrs
suilrrin from similar m tlailles may be en
eour.ij;eit toi;lve your l ninm lUuFulk.s .1
trial. P .s Wllin.lMIKK. I
LeecllIiUrK. la 1
Krference I'raiik T M ray. driUKlst, I polio.
scm)in.ofs in Kits.
James E Kfrhxplson. I'ustom House. New
Orleans, on oath, s.ijs "In bTci .scrofulous 1 1
cers broke out on my tmitv until 1 w..s a mas 1
of corruption Kierythliicknonn to the mrd '
Iral faculty was trlnt In vain I became a
mere wreck Vt times could not lift my hands ,
to my head, could int turn In tied was In 1
constant pain and looked upou life as a curse '
Vo relirf or cure tu ten years InlssO 1 heard f
of the! t tu t ki lUurmks. used them, and was
perfectlj cured ' '
.sworn to before I S ( om J I) Crawford
ONK OK TIIK WOIWT CAHRH.
Vt h nebeen ellim; nur Ct'Tn i ! Kmn-j
piks drfHrst:uil Inf tlirflntrmplAltyet
t rtcrle (rma imrtiMSer Out i( the worm
cases if erir(ui,i I ftersivs w.iscure.l ty tlit
us .(( Die butt f Cutkurl Kesoltf nt. Tutl
curi. ant. Cutlcuri i.i Th jp takes the
"cike" here as .1 medical iai. ,
TWLOH A TWLOR. hnmcMts.
scuoi run' ihi:kiti:i. !
nd ont.ijccnus Humors, with loss f Hair
and Kriiptions vt the -kin. are jiosttlTely .
cured hyCtTK i Ki.tnd i'ith irip externally
and ( irirt ki KfriitT intrrnallv. when All j
other medicines failed end for Pamphlet. I
iicr;r;i4rN ik tiikm.
We h.ivenbt.nnd s itisfactrtry results from
the usenf the utlcuri Ht mettles In our own
family, and recommend them!ejondanyther
remedies for disrates of the skin and blood.
The demand for them crows as their merit be
comeskmmn. MU.MU.LW A 10.
Itrunslst. Latrobe, Pa.
re sold eerTwhere. Price i Tin m. the
i Jreat "-kin ure. "0c. CtTicrR. Stitr.iu Kxqul
i iir n tun n . , i f . n iih'iii.ip,ii fcitr
ew IUimhI Pnrirter. il Pottkk Drcu ind
Chii l Co . Hoston
mVLV. lllarkheads. .-kin Blemishes, anS t
Haby Humors, usCiticlh tAp.
Choking Catarrh. ,
IIaeyouaakeutsl fr-m a ill-slurLfd let-p
with all thr horrlMeensatloni (anaasln
elutohhiir your throat and jr-Hiru the life
breathfmm yourtislitened tht . you
nut Iced tlit lancuor and delilit that succeed
tlif-erfrtrt to clear thf throat and head of this
catarrhal matter ' What a depressing intlu
euc It exerts upon the mind, rluudlnx the
memory and iillim: the head with paint and
at mice noises ' iliiw dtmcult it It to rid the
nasal p.tssi;es, ttiroat and lunjs of this pot
sonttus iim'-iis all can testify who are afillcted
with catarrh llnw dlfilcult to protect the
ji stein acalnt its further pritcress towards
i the lungs, llier ami kMjifj;.
Sliet an'rt ru?"' '''" '
kidney, all pnystrtans
"case aud cne.
I he rMii.irk:LliIi- rlir.itiie miners, uhen .ill
utlirr rrmeilies tittirl fatl. of "Asriinn's Ri
ii'alIih:. are .ittrsiril by thulisiiuls who
nr.iteliilly recommend it tu telluw suflerers
No statement is itudiTrK-irillngit thateanniit
be substantiate,! by the must respecialile aij.
Kach packet cuiitalns one bottle of the Rm
irn t'i Ki.onelMix of i iTHcuiL ?oi.TrsT. and
in IriiovM Mm fk. with treatise ana iiirrc
HOW MY SIDE ACHES.
From the lioncb and the counter.
fruin the loom aud sewinc mirhlne
litres up the cr nf piin and weak
nes rhUic M-ies ana nark. Md
rY :ini ltt rine I'ains. ?traini and
Ueakiuss.i outis.i olds and hest Tains, and
eery iMttiand cheoI dally ton re.ir-.rn in
one mi mile tiy the Citirr AntUI'afn
riHter. New. elecant and Infallible t
druNts, iV. rte(orl. or of Totter Drue i
and l hemic.41 1 o , Llostou.
Do you riant a pure, bloom
In? Complexion i If so, a
few application of Hagan's
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat
ify yon to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Redness, Pimples,
Blotches, and all diseases and
imperfections of tho skin. It
overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It mates a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY; and so natural, gradual,
i ana penpci are us eiieciM,
(hat it is impossible to detect
SIcit ITcidicho nd reliCTc all the tronblf IncS
tiect lo a bilt jcs stAte of the rtma aach n 1li
rlnrsjn, Ninsea, Drowmrs, Iiistirtu after rtiny,
ra'nln thoS13v c. Wb.Ic thrir coat icxoiiE
tilti mcccts his twm iLc wa la airing
Tul)Io ia Cjiu-iipMiiou, caruif acd prcTt-Utioa
hit tcnoyins compUjar, wbuie tbey a;o cornrtl
ill d -order of tba stooach, atlxnulste the liter
aiadrtfuLetliebowela. JCn-a it U.tyoalj cared
I Arhethy vt,n!dbea.inoptpriccle6tothowbd
' atli,tromltidI&treujgcomp.ai.t; butfortu-
who once try thrra will find tneie Utlleplks vsia
ble la so nanr -s thit they wninot be wUuag
U so wluout mem.
bat after all sick Lead
Is thebire of to many llTrs that here Is "there we
1 make our treat bout. Our puis care it wh.l
(AhersdanoL . ,
Cartrr's Little U-er Pills are very small and
They sic strictly vegi table and do not gnpe or
pnrbatbytllrirgctle scnon r-lrae all who
c'ethe-n. InTlalsst-JJcents; ne fortl. Sou
I by draists evaywlwrc, or seat by nuuk
1 CARTER MEniCCTE CO-Xpit Tort
' Forachrck for fJOwe will print a ten-line
advertisement In One .Million issues of le.iJlng
Americin Xenipapern 'Ihii is at the rate of
only one filth nf i cent aline for UX'' Circula
tion! The .t-lteriisement will be placed before
One Million different newspaper purchasers
iorKiKMiLU lUtOKR-A. len lines will ac
' commodate athiut 75 words. Addres-i with copy
of Adv. and check, or nend-iO cents for Uook of
176 paes OKU. 1 KOWELL Jk CO.. 10 dracci
I 8t . Nbw i oik.
DR. ALBERT'S next visit to Springfield, Tues
day, April 19th, atjhe Lagonda House.
Syperior Street, next to Postoffice, Cleveland. 0.
Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
Sur.erul.r treated upon
The Latest Scientific Principles,
haaatUlned the mnt wonderful
urr'H In the treatment tl the
nun to wlili li lie uVtuKa nl
apeelal attrntlon, and throaeh
frara of patient labor mid r
rarrb be aai dl.rovrred the
DiuM lulalllble method oft nrlutf
ceneral wtiknrm, Inrolunlarr
urs, contusion of llia, pallt
atlon of the heart, tlmlilll),
disrates of the throat, nose and
fclu. aflVrlliins ol the liter,
Klomach and boweU- lhee ter
rible disorders that make llle a
mUrrable exUtener mid rnider
lac marrlase lmpoMlbla.
9larrled pemonit or yonna men
contemplaiinu m.irrlae, MUHre
of Fhynlral Wrahnfu or any
other dlMiialltlcatlolii Hprrdily
relieved. lie nbn plMre.bliiieli
under the rare of III! . ALIIEHT
may conllde In hl honor a a
gentleman, and rnnlideiitl rrlr
upon his skill as a phy slrlun.
-A. CXJI5E "TajEKKJLJiT'X-EID-
Person Rnlnro n llrallh by I'nlearnrd I'retenders who keep Trifling with
tbem .Tlontli allrr Tlonth, giving losonons and Injurious
4'onipoundn, phoiild Apply Immediately.
OCUaDVlDI C PIIDCC Perfected in el' rar irhirb hsrc bm tirclrctrd or najkinfnlly
nl.lTIHliriHDLL bUnCvl trrte-I S nimrrnt ord nr PsMiri trrstcd by mail or
xpreiis, but where possible Koail ronmltation
CGBABLK riSFS (JCAKlMliH).
Addrrsi with rodiirr.
CirCasea and rorr.-spondrnrc Smcri'dl
to may part of tbe faulted Mates.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY A BICYCLE, C
As we are closing out stock of Wheels carried over
from last season.
One 46 in. Standard Columbia, good as new, - $60.
Any of the above Wheels sold ONE-HALF DOWN, bal
ance in payments.
Old wheels taken in exch nge for new Columbias or
L. F. OLDS & BR0,
S "WEST MLt-kl-NT ST.
SPLENDID STOCK OF
NEW SPRING GOODS
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
14 EAST MAIN ST.
. r-KltLS V-
T U R5T . THnHMTnH
RSTKK OHIO AfiESls.'
, ,, vl
Superior in design and coloring to those of previous
A. C. BLACK & CO.
iBunrdlaleljenrrd and full Tleor
restored i ThUdUtrrmln: a till r
tlon which rrndrrs lire a burden
and marriage Imposble la tho
ptnany paid bj the Tlrtlm sf
Imprudence. Consult DH. AL
BEIIT at onre and Ton will dud
the ayuipailif and relief that
you pottitvel) require.
ilsOcrtra from tbla dlatreaalns
disorder, the ) mptoma of which
are a dull aud unsettled mlad,
icblcb unllla them for tha per
formance of their bulnaa and
social duties, make happy
marriages Impoaslble, dUtretaea
tbe action of the heart, canaea
ttcftbea of beat, fi II forebodings,
f5H lnu. llrlns eakll) of company.
sm rsvaavssm.- ,,p U1 SIIUUTf
feellUK a tired In tbe nioriilnc
an on retiring, nblte deolt In
urine, nervotmne. lrenibllng
uatery and wreak eea, dyspep
nla constipation, pain and
nrnkiie In llmh, eir., nhould
consult lH. ALIIKRT Immedi
ate!) and be, re.tored to faealtn
lonQdentlal. Treatmant Stat C O. .
One 52 in. American Chal
lenge, shop worn, - $ 60
One 54 in. American Chal
lenge, best finish, - 85
One 52 in. Amer. Cham
pion, ball bearings, - 100
One 56 in. Expert Colum
bia, full nickle; bargain 100
One 50 in., Springfield
make, second hand. - 30
One 52 in. Amer. Budge,
new, best finish. - 100
One Facille Safety, good
as new, - - - 75
One Apollo Tandem, first
class shape, - 175
&I8.East 2nd S
, ...-..... r-.
t.j unv.ippii ! U-5--SS-?
Sheet Metaun any form
i ALiVElN IRON
Fancy and Plain
v-r, 'IKtxS&mi -swasi-:, sf .'M3i
ft --?r ia.' t .fa- vivss';vv n "sa'sfijtt-aL.v;