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lffittfBite, AVEMffiSDAt ETEKJESrS MARCH SO. 188?,
iiiffV ' lJlfc JJMMfcw
iii- rn a
ThU medicine, combining Inn wlrt. pare
"Ytretable tonics. aufrUy and rorm.ie,v.y
4'area llprpln, fnillcrilan. Wrnknr,
IUi an untai..ncr rvraedy for D.smim of the
KMary and I.Urr.
It It Invaluable for riases inilUr to
Women, ami all who load K-dcr.Urj t.
Kilo's not injurv the ttfth.CMU'' ht-ttdache or
produce comafprttlon vOt Jrrm mrdictruntla
Itenricheand purine theMco! t.mulnt-
the app-Hit?, aUls the avimiatlon of ft., re
..err Heartburn and m..rl.i.. and strength
en the mule and nm .
Kor Intermittent Fevers lassitude, lack of
Knenry. Ac., it lias no equal
- The i-nuine ha atre trade mart and
cruwed red lineaon rapjr Tale no other
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
Saturday Evening. April 2nd.
I'.eturn encasement -I the favorite actress.
-l ITOKThH li
R,. 3D. nUEoLEAIN"
nd a new company tn many rv-tp-wtt,
since her la! entraeri't-ht litre
Hy ecial encaerment. iHkti'h
PYGMALION AND GALATEA.
Resened Sent, v and . I sua. adml
.n. Seats at iNeree
Thursday. pnl The Teerle Paul Ha
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
FKIDAY, A PHIL 1st.
In the acknowledged bet merican play.
Ity Hartley Campbell. YW.. under the
CHAPMAN AND SELLERS.
"The play that nude th fame of ll author
in a uicm -v vork ueraia.
Prices TV. "ioc.
at Harris's tear
Keserve seats on sale
BLACK WOLF !
Or Black triT. Is a dicae nhkh is ronriJerrd
lncnrmbIe,batlttu3kMsl to tLc cun:i.epnts-r.
tietof Swirr's hrrcinciiovv known all our the
world as S. S. S. ilrs. Uailey, of Vct SomrrvllV.
MmiwarHorton. i aiucknl mm vmrsajo
ntlh Ihia hld'sc0bUck empllon. and na. t'mtrdbj
the bet SKtlical taUnt. w ho could on! j say that the
dueaw was a specie of
and conw-quently incurable. It I imp-re ,ble to de
prrihe her mffrnnp. Her body from the crrnni of
her bead to i itc -clta of brr ft-rt wua ma of decay,
itijk f C"h rottin-off and leainsTeat caritiw.
Iltr CniT fotCTtil aitd thrre or four nail dropped
ol! ut mr time, llcr limbs contnurrt-d by the fearful
ulccratiur. and ficral 3 ear be did nt leave
Iht !iL Hrr .eiht wm ivducec fr.Tn 123 to & lb,
l'rfba; Mue fah.t Idea of Ler condition can t
rieaiud from the fact that thre miKltcf (wmo
Iine ur oiuiuient werr ued jut wttk in drti"inj: her
orr. Finally tlw Tb)-iciaii acknowU-dA-d tbtir
d-fcjt br tUi- Slac 1: olf, and commualtrd the af
frivr t hr all-w ie Creator.
lie 1 1 -laud hearing wondfrfn repnrtd of the dh
c trr ieEcincS. S. so. rcail-d on her to
try It a Iat rert. IShe lezan it n under pro
tiM.bi.t -on ficnd that htrt-rf-trm va lt ngre
1 tAl -t the iMn. e Hm Hre s-vn.tad a red and
Iwalili. cIor. at tho:rii tLtr blond vu." becomuj;
jn:rrii"l sctiie Mm. iUAh rc-iTiLiied the S. S. !.
n:tilljft Ktbruary, ry h ,ivn l.eul-d. ilicdi--t-rd
--dchjitraiMlctutriit-f--, and wn fUeti-l time
in liuif ear a wt-!l'irj:an Hrr hatband. Ir.
V A IsiJe,iin bnneat 1"' l.!acU-ioneMrett.
Hw luandu .1 lake .(ra-u iu im tiieduJ-
of ti i wivl-rf-al c seiid ton- for Tn-at tt-eua
Wowl ard fcai lira. maikd f re
Tiie wjrr trzctnc 4.O.. brant rl Atlanta. Ga.
I HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP.
DOCS, HOGS, POULTRY.
Chart on Rollers,
And Book Sent Frfss.
Humnhreis" Med. Co., 109 Fulton SL, H. Y.
HOMEOPATHIC ft ff
i specific no. aa
la aaa 3D jvarc Thoa3jiaecaifal remedy for
ferrous Debilitr. Vital Weakness,
nd Pnwtratimi, from over-work or other eta.
SlpeTTiakorS vi ala and larp ti1 powdw, for fa.
KoLDBTDBrKlffTB. cirnt i-tpid on rwcrptol
For B4 Mi Ntatloaarv
pitfTr. fiillsl unulua '
fins, tm B.ra
W Ui.a I riaf
ac .b ftas m H.
Seed t- lUsMrsd df.
volar ftal priM rut, b-M.
t. i. WITROUS.
llllaaM. 3a1l. a
The O rip. tin I and Only (irnnlnf.
ta asstaiwar tsl.a.k. Par--t'' wortblr
-t i.lfh'a.rr' FVa-TUai" and ttt MMVr ri
ftanptta m t f-articulan in Uurr hj rvlajrvi aiftlL
NAME PAPEK. fcld.r-t-r Wr-.l.l aw.
aWtl fcf racct'rPTwhrr-s, aik toe "fhfetic
cra i.McU" i't-mmjrvjml 1111a. Talc Mtfcar.
Options on Stocks k Bonds
.PtT. CALLS. KTC ASI'KCIALTY.
Inntirnnr'' Acriiii"t L in ( U .rntlor
Circulars ami Intommtlon on Aiiplicatlon,
ThrTliw-orj of ! k KfliHtik kt,ulfi.
tion, by Authurt rump lne
-. post paid !
1 AUir til CMUiruis iiiatiii mr j. rij pj-l u- ,
1 a. Aa al....(,i .uva.l on.1 ulftrlp tfll. ( t, ufu. i FS rw '
work. II. M. KOiEXIlAfM.
(VI Exchange Place. New York.
I rnfflpg fvn .
-u; m r-i I-
Knt B I (Z'rM
l Tiikatvii:st. ,
Iiom xlittr'tninrtaor I
rsv) l,v Falbm
lb. lufMla of
WT Rral wtth ln(liraMll4in ofTEln. la all mra.
THE PROCESS OF MANUFACTURING
THE COCOA CAKES OF COMMERCE.
Picking; Out Ita.l Knurls iil llrlrrtlt
HerrleMUrulshiK Mini MUlug tli- 1'or.iw
and tlie sU(aitha Last VV .irklni;.
' FluUhr.1 Titblels.
The first oK'rutioii is the pickine over.
The room U-an comes In lines li is
, cliaken to p-t rid ot any foreieu llie
which may have cot ten imxisl in at the
time of gathering p obles. !ut of wood
At the tsume time Imd kernels and de-
fevtive lerri.-s are spil ut. 'Hie sieve
j winch is us,sl in this ovraliou is a most
j wonderful .iffair. the berries and sticks
and stones lallme tliroueh the holes which
the) lit and tlius U-i'i iuie M'iaiatl
The sorted osm.. Is then broken up in a
ort of mill, each seiiamte iiopia't-" liold
lin: ulkiut .W kihnuiis. The op.M.ition,
which lasts from three-quarters of an
hour to an hour, is verv ilelicale l'iu
its MU1S.-.S dcjieiuls that of a whole period
of Uiii-lsiu making
r Then isimes the vvinuowine and liruls-
iuof the Is-rrv in a machine similar in
Use as well jus aiip-ar:iiiv to an old fash
toneil Hour null with it.s grindstones. H
liriilstil the U-an iK-Iuis'iitwo Ilut.sl cvlm
tier, while a ventilator blows out ' the
fragments of skm or shell, and the erain
of the cissia. b) reason of its weieht, falls
In-low On leavine the machine the cocoa
S-iHs. (o anew umnp of "pickers over. '
who subject each fragment of In-rry to a
last and clos.- examination. I
x-o ami iv. vn.
T"'ie coeiw is now at the mit of Inv.
coming kisIk. Tenjearsneo thischauee
was .'uttimplishisl by hand work alone.
The nicoa and siiear theonlv iiienslients
of healthful. pure chocohit.' ,r.i
I p.)UMl.sl in a mortar by the aid of a xMle,
j then spread iii-.ii a stone table. Kentl)
j warmed from iind.-nieath. The workman
! tiuish.sl the hruisiiieuml the iiiiiiie by
j rolline the mass with a rolline pm until
the blt'iidme vvas .-omplete.
I Tosl.iv tlie liriiisini; ami the miineof
ihesski amltlieMusir is done icclinnic
I allv in n s,.ri,-. of eranite liasins These
basins, hnne ugsm vertical axle, turn
i low Iv while the cocoa is nisiui hejni;
j croiind and stirnsl by two .small Krind-
1 he sort of butter which the cocci Iierry
contains and the corrvs-t teinn'rature
j maintained ln-neath the eranite Uisins
I s,siu brings ntmiit the ooniminEliiie of the
! cvoannd the suear into a homogeneous
i iiste. Tlie erimlers iiuiipltle the trans
j formation by floating the jia-ste K'tvvt.ii
j two iliainon.l sliHiktl cylinders, also of
I entuite. This iii.s'hauisni can Ik- s.1 reel!
J lat.sl as to make I he mixture tine or coarse
in .(iialilv as iu.iv lie ilesireil.
Alter Ieav ine the erinders the chocolate
is placed in a .lrvmg hoiLse, from which it
com.-, for a n.-vv gome over. '
( TIIK I.AST WOKKIXO. i
j This last working of the paste brings it
j into the human hand, which lx'iits it thor
i ouehlv. striking it on the granite table.
j therebv giving it its incomparable tlne
j tiess This working has als,i for an object
I the bringing of all jiarts of the paste to
I the same temperature. Once thoroughly '
wanne.1 it is then ru:i through a piiv int.)
a (kirt of cone, where, by means of a,
screw, the last nir bubbles are squeeze.!
out. and it comes forth looking like a-!
black pudding. There remains nothing '
now but the very last npiicarance of all i
iiiatoi me tablet I n the table where l
the moldsarc placsl the workman spread- I
Bis paste out evenly, piessing it tlown back. I have recovered and suffered nu
smoothly in all direction- by wide swts-i- evil coiisetieuccs, excejit that I am not
of his arm. Kor thisop,ratioii nomachirii able to do day work, the sun affecting me
cm replace the man. It is necessary tc us it would one who had received a sun
have motions us well calculated and ;i va-1 btroke. t71obe-Democrat Interview,
nous as tli.m.- of the human hand tc - -
arrive ut the .lesir.slri.ult. which is t.
give to the jiast.- that brilliancy ami
".shine" which makes the ftuishe.1 tablet
m tempting to the eve.
The cakes are molded while cooling.
They ure cooled "don n lielovv" on the
tables, set up in a long s.ubterrancau gal
lery made expressly for the purism n
veritable tunnel, in fact. Iteneath the
tables passes a stream of iiil air At the
end of half an hour th? chocolate is cool,
consequently shrunk a little and drawn
I awav from the mold, of which each is, by
the way, the very image.
There remains nothing but to make the
toilet of the cake that it may appear to
the world. K It. Merrill in .New York
A GREAT MISTAKE
has heretofore Ihh-ii made in the tr. almeti
of rheumatism, neuralgia, and nervous,
sick headache. This is evidence! hy tl
failureou tlie part of thousands of Mitleter
to tin! relief, even though they have ei
hausteil thestillof various physicians an.
tried numerous so-called remedies. 1
such Athlophoros U offere.! as a nifr, i
and .yuiVJt citrr. Its success has Iss-n pht
nomenal, and yet it is not surprisinp Is
cause it tri'Z do all that is claimed for it
The Athlophoros Co. will gladly refer am
who desiie to make an inv.Ttipation to re
liahle jiarties who have In-en curel hy il
Geo. V. IlirT, 47 Ellen Street, Cincin
nati.Ohio sav.s; "The rheumatism rajiidlv
spread throueh my whole system, iinti
every muscle, joint am! nerve vvas the sour"
of aconiiing pain. 1 wasconfined to my 1!
for lour weeks, enduring almost a livinj:
death. I could not even liear tlie weieht o:
a sheet over me. If anyone looked at me
or i-auie towanLs me I would scream out the
very thoucht of lieinc touched or inorts!
would seem to cause more pain. I did not
know what slep was for three weeks, mv
lieople were treatinc and fiivinu me even
I known renieily, the .l.Kior .nd evervtliin?
I he could, hut nothing did me any psx'
! Finally, one afternoon, my s i-tcrcave me ?
dfise of Athlnphorns and two more doses
during the evenini;. That niclit, for the
j first in three weeks, I slept well The next
! day the siellinc Iscan to eodov.ii, for 11
j as inflammatoryrlictiniatism, my lecsanc
1 tuns lieini; swolhn to nearly ilouhle tlie
! natural sire. In awceks time, withtlie aid
I of two canes. I went out for a walk I con
j tinned the medicine Using two lmttles. Il
is over a year since, haven't had the least
symptom .if a return of the di-e..se and
have not lost a day's work.
. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros
I and Athlophoros IMls but where thev can
not be tioucht of the druggist the Athlo-
phoros Co., 1 12 Wall St., New York, will !
I sml eitlier (carnage paid, on reieipt of j
; regular price, which is $1.00 per Is.ttle ,
. for Athlophoros and 50c. for Tills.
for uver an.l ki.mey .asea-ses. uT-is-p-ia in
diiccllo'l. weaklie-s. nervous .lebilny, 11-..Im-s
' oi women. iistiwitiiin, headache, impure
Mood, Ac . vthlopbon. lills are uncjualtsi ,
! A natural gas conipanj has been formed
at Lebanon, (1.. and horiui; will begin nii-
' mediately. i
What a truly beautiful world we live In
i Natute gives us grandeur of mountains,
j glens and oceans, and thousands of means
of enjoyment. We can desire no better
when in perfect health; but how often lo
j the majority of people feel like giving it up
disheartened, discouraged and worn out
. with disease, when there is no occasion for
. this f celiug. as every sufferer can easily ol
' tain satisfactory proof, that Green's August
I Flower, will make them free from disease,
as when bom. Djspepsia and liver com
plaint are the direct causes of seventy-tive
per cent, of such maladies as biliousness,
indigestion, sick headache, costivenesi", ner
vous prostration, dizziness of the head, pal
pitation of the heart, and other distressing
symptoms. Three do-es of August Flower
will prove its wonderful effect. Sample
irottles. 10c Try it.
Vardmaster John C. Ileed was run over
by a locomotive atMuncie, Intl., and killed. '
CUOL'P, WHOOI'lXC. COUGH andi
Hronchliis immediately relieved by Shlloh's '
ure. For sale by i A. GarwtMrd. '
Dr. A. (i. Kly. a wealthy physician of
: Girard, l'a , suicided by taking morphine.
. . ,7..
Colds, Coughs, Cruup, Whooping Cough. '
etc We guarantee AckeVs English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves (
hoars of anxious watching'. Sold by ,
Frank IL CoblenU, corjer Market and '
A Bad Nasal Organ.
For over four vears; 1 Lave been a ureat
I sufferer from a terrible Joriu of N'asal Ca-
j.tairn. 1 was t;reatl) aniiuye.1 with a con
statu roaring In my head and my hearinc
i became verv much impaired.
Tlie ilivliarce Irom my nose was profuse
ami verj onVhMve. anil my general l.ealtli
Impaired. 1 tne.1 most all prominent j.Iij
sicians. but they illil not onre me, am) 1
umiI various a.lvertise.1 preparations vvttli-
' out benelit.
One .lay 1 chance.! to read a remarkable
article written by a prominent citizen ol
Athens, ia , statim: that he had leeii tx-r-mautly
cured by the u ot ciitlit bottles ot
It. II. II. Itotanic IIIimxI lUlin. lieiiiL
skeptical on tlie siiliect. I wrote to him on
the subject ami receive.! a most eneoiirai;
inc answer to the effect that he h.ul been
cured lone enough to be thorough!) satis-
tusl that no return ot the liea-e would
I then sent to the ilnii; store of T. K.
Smith .V llro., and pureliic.e.1 It. It. II.,
and to my utter a-tonishmeiit and satisfae-
tion, the use of ten bottles lias rt-stor.sl my
Keneral health, Moptsi the roarhn; sensa
tion, entlrelv licaletl and cured the nasal
catarrh and 1 am proud to recommend a
blood remedy with such powerful curative
properties. 1 shall continue its im a little
lonecr and feel conlident that I will lie en
tirely cured of one of the most obstinate
cases of naal catanh in the country.
The business meu of our town know of
my case. X C Kuw i:is,
l.ampas.s.1 Sprlncs, Texas, Jlav 1, lss.5.
BLOOD OF A TEXAN.
For si years I have Imvii afflicted with
blood Miison. which continmsl to increase,
while physicians were attempting to cure
One lNittle of It. II. 11. has made me feel
like a new man, and 1 an now rapidly re
coverinc. W. II. Il.wis.
San Marcos, Texas, May ;;. lssfl.
Bad Blood at Brunswick. Ga.
I have tried II. II. It. ami found it a
treat thine for the blood. I also lias Kheu
matic lains and the lis of one Imttleof It.
II. It. has done the work, hut I will luii-h
up on the second bottle as a clincher. Maj
tioil spread it to every one, is inv praver.
V. K. Kl.l.ls.
ltruns,vlck, tia., April , Issr,.
All who desire full information alwmt
the alxive cause ami cure of III.mhI Foisons,
Scmfula and Scrofulous Snellluc Ulcers,
Sores. Klieuinatisin, Kidney Complaints,
Catarrh, etc., can Mvure by mall, free, a
copy of our :ii-paee Illustrated Itisik of
Wonders, tilltsl with the most wonderful
and startling proof ever liefore known.
Address. ltl.OOl) ItAI.M CO..
A yiier enallii.
I can pretty truly say I was struck by
lightning, and the sens.itiim i a jK-culiar
one. Two jours np I wn-H stauding on
Ilfteen foot ladder adjuMini; the lower
carbon of the electric light, when the cur
rent caught uie. uud down I came to the
KTouuil on my head. I carry a large scar
to this day n a reminder. Hut then 1
did not know what happened me. 1 was
practically dead, a.-- far as fimsriouvness is
concerned, for nine day, at the md ol
which time I awoke in tho hospital. Dur
ing that time they tell me I had leen So
lent, but I know a!olutely nothing of
what occurred. When I awoke I gae a
scream. I Itad been tied down with live
fctraps btit I broke three of them ami
flung the IxhI against the door. After
that I was two mouths laid up. My
troubles vveie principally Nhooting pains
through the loins, hometimes through the
The l'l Hon Writer', l.l.nitations.
Iu the February issne of The Korutii
Prof. Hoycsen has ixjinteil out truthfully
the limitations put upon the American
novelLst by nmga7jne editors and young
women readers, on whom he has todejieud
for his chief support. The tlction writer
must not expir-e n social or ivligious j
sham, liecjuise there are hundreds if not .
thousands of subscriliers who believe in
this sham and Mould stop the magazine if
it were attacked. If he takes up a partic
ular pha.se of life he must steer carefully,
m a to stop on nolss'iv's toes, and if he
has extreme Is-liefs and convictions, take
Rood cure to k.s-p them in proper re
stmint." At the kiiiic time, l'rofes.sor
lto.ves,-ii p t.) tar in assuming that
there is no considerable audieiice of novel
readers in this country outside of the
"young girl ' public Tho contrary Is
provjsl by nn immense sale hereof Kuglish
novels or translation from the l'r, nch
and Cerinan. which prociit the lioldest
treatment of serious Micial or moral
problems. The Kpoch.
IJetitnlny; hi.U the r.K-oanat.
Sir KnierMin Tennent long ago called
attention to the Kwcr of the cocoanut
palm to conduct lightning, and thehubject
Is again called up by a Ceylon jiaper. Five
hundred of these trees were struck on a
single plantation during a succession cf
thunder storms in April, lbCU. Hut the
trees sufTer terribly from the effects, for,
however slightly they may lie touched,
they are Eure to die. Kven if only tin
edges of the leaves are singed, or .inly a
few of them turned tirovv n, the tree will
in the cud wither gradually and jierLsh.
KnVet of Almn.lant Knurl.
As showing the effect of iilmiiilant foml,
a late writer tays that in France the
wptilatlon i annually increasitn; at the
rate of ill in every 10.ii. nlthoimh there
are fewer marriai. an.l fewer liirths than
formerly. The fact is. nsplr in that
country now live longer than tliey used to,
because the supily of food from Iiome and
from this and other countries i fourfold
what it was fifty jears uj-o. llrooklyn
Ts. rW t 42. kat are fretful, peevish,
-JVV,VV,S cross, or troubled with
Windy Golie, Twthiug Tains, or
Stomach Disorders, can lie relieved
at once by using Acker's Hahy Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price . cents. Sold br
Frank II. C'oblentz, corner Market and
FAULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE
"I have used Simmons l.iver Keg
ulator for many jeai-. having mail.
it my only family iiieilicme. My
mother liefore ine was v.-ry partial
to it. It is a safe, good and reliable
medicine for any disorder of the
system, and if Used iu time is a
great preventive of sickness. I
often recommend it to my friends,
and shall continue to do so.
"Kev. .lames M. Ilollms.
rator M. E. Church, ho. Fair
Time and Doctor'-) Bill Saved hy al
n a) keeping Simmons Liver Regula
tor in the hone.
"I have tound SimmoiK l.iver
Kegtilator the best family madi
icine I ever used for anv thing that
my hapiien. haveuse.1 it in Indi
gestioii. Colic. Diairhua, Itillious-
ni-ss, ami toiinil it to relieve im
mediately. After eating a hearty
supjier, if. on going to bed. I take
atMitit a teasjKMiiiful, I never feel
tliM.t-tli'Cts of the supjier eaten.
"E-Maj or Macon, Ga.M
- ONLY OKNIINK
Has our Z Stamjioo front of wmpper.
J. II. .I-ILIN CO.. Sole i'ropfi.,
'riestt. I'hltadelpltln, ln
Uftairr UCU ' WOafESfcanj-kllyrarr
ncniv incn o-1'" "" iuij. l
v1vilM-trf..VMlknilJpnw..assully Htboaae. 3a
!( TiV- on all prte akmrntrn wal frse.
Ss-.w Hit. is. II. I.OWK. WIMrS.Cw.
j. '. iT. liOiWWPlj
The liiiM.rtanre of purlf v inj the blood can
not Ik? .iveresthiuttsl, for without pure
blood vou cinnot enjoy pxsl he.illli.
At this season nearly every one needs a
psuliiii'ilKine to piirifj, vitalize, and enrich
the Missl. and Hotsl's S.irs.ip.iriiU is worthy
jour confidence. It is peculiar in that It
strengthens and builds up the system, cre.itos
an apis'tite, and tones the digestion, while
it eradicate disease. Give it a trial.
Jlissf Sarsaparllla Is -..1.1 pj alldnicclst.
l"repared by 0. L Iloo.l & Co., hocll, -Mass.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
flappy is lie vi ho lirar. w ith l,nw ,'lrtt,
ANi.elhetllnii.lt .if Hi unli-siii,- throne.
Tin plaudits or til. t- utiire. .'!.'flr n.l strong,
Down III" lolls" '"nturi.-s revi-rt.-int..
Tbouirh Mlip'tn. ml issl ! hu .somnon fate;
v'or.t-M.t t,. I.v,v a h-ritaire ,if s,,u
To nfP-r ac"s wl-ocando no vvnitic:
Con'rt.l, though n,er gsirusl, rttine's crown to
Iup.. of Ins dreams. whe maltrr If not hi.
Pun in tin' eiiinsiin fU anil purpl i;1,muii
Cif N..IH,. eatti.srul vast, thai honor e.1 tomb
li. s stolid, tlw pilcnin tuitions kins.in kiss?
siunili. rs hftiot l.-.s st.iind tli'-tii-h overheard
Ou a forgotten nionii-l tl t-t 'ssesspn'a.I.
ot titnll !as&7i .e.
A CHINESE OFFICIAL DINNER.
Tlie Viceroy nt Nan King Kntrrlaliis tha
There were three Chinese entertain
meats at Nan King. I ilescrilie only the
on at the general's ynuian. as lieing the
Aliove the dais in the room was a quiver
of piper cases, varying in length. It was
explained that when the general sent to a
prisoner a long one il meant a death sen
tence. when he sent a short one it meant
b.istinadoiiig. In the enter of the room
n table without cover was set with Kiwis,
chopsticks and the tiny Chinese cups. At
the last moment it was found that knives '
and forks were forgotten, and I'apt. .Miller
sent to the ship for some of his own. ,
When thev tame the dinner at which
Capt .Miller, the general, the Taotai. tins ,
interpreter, and 1 were proem coin-'
meiued There were ImimIs for the cnji
tain ami me, but only ciirps.icks and
short iMircelain spoons for the others.
A large lsiul was pm in the center of
the table, into which the general put a
spoon, and, rising as he did so, ilepositcl
some of the contents in otirlmwls. We
nr-e to acknowledge the courtesv Alter
we were helped, the others 1ic1ks1 them
selves with their spoons and conveyed the
Contents to their mouths. This process
continued through an innumerable mini- ,
ber of dishes iiinls' nots. sharks' lius, i
shark-s' lips. Iiamlnio shisits, etc., with j
chicken, duck, pork, mutton, etc. There
Were Chines.- wines Mipplied by attendants !
who sedulousl) llll.sl the ciiis. At iu- I
terval- the attendant brought to thf I
guots a damp cloth, with which the facet, j
were moistened. I'iies and cgM"ctti i
were smoked lietweeu the ciuvse-,. !
notice! at the I'nion club in Nvr York, I
and the Iloheiuian in San Kni'icsco the I
same custom prevaihsl. After a time tho
table iH-c.une much disfigure.! with tho
various gravity w hicli ilropptsl from the
sjMHius and chopsticks, and x.-casioually a
.servant wiieir it with a cloth. The dinner '
on thnuigh two hours, and new
.if fresh uitats and soups secuisd
I tinally suggoted to tho general that I .
could .it no more, iiut if lie would keeji
the Kilance until I came back in "two
years from now I would do the liest I
could. This sally was rxrivid with
laughter and ended the fe.vt Dishes
were brought ad intlnitiim until vou abso
lutely surrender. There was much jollity i
and fun at this dinner. I told Charles
Iimbs story of the discover) of roast pig,
which was received with shouts of laugh
ter and the announcement by the Taotai
that he had one house and a pig and that
he was going home to burn the house that
night. .Minister Denby in IndianapolLs
Her llnirc. I'l.itikeil.
They enme up stairs into n dentist's of- ,
flee yestenlay. They were lovers. She
hail her Grecian jaw tied up iu u hand
kerchief, mid one of her pearly molars
was aching away with fifteen horse I
power. He was palo. and little shivers I
ran up and down his hack 1
Now. G.sirge. you miI.1 vou would," I
she observed us the dentist approached. '
George turned juiler yet. mid his chin
wouldn't hold still to lie wi-ied off Ho
hail rashlv promised his ilaisv that if she
would (.His.. ut to have that aching tooth
drawn he would have a sound tnolar ex
tract-.!, Jilst to prove to her that it
Now. G.sirge." -the continued, n.s she,
laid asiile her wrap and lmiiuet
"I'll have it out iu one moment, ' mill
ed the dentist as he arrange! his chair
Would G.sirge Hunk" Shivers seized
him His Imir crawled Hi", kiicct
wouldn't stand still Hclmicd hiiuself
imd triisl to Millie, l.ut his legs wobbled,
his smile went down Ix-hind his collar,
and with a groan of .hpair he turned and
clattered down stairs she will lie lonely
for a time, but she'll hide it from tho
world while -he looks out. for a chap with
some sanil to him. Detroit Free I'ress.
The Mall About T.intl.
I fell to thinking of the rounders and
mea almut town ns I leaned over the edge
of a 1. nnd saw them tile past me in
plat. ins. They go to pi.tos at a faster
rate than any other set of men in the
world. Mtinv a head was gray that did
not show n sign of age live jears ago, and
man after man iiassrd by with a careless
earring.- mid blase fate who had mil
passol oil, but who looked mid a ted the
man of -111 vears. Sonic of the men who
were turning grav when I was a Imv. mid
who are icrhnps now i or -O vears of age,
are round sli.mlileied. lieutmiil querulous,
llieir face white and their heads liald mid
gray. Thev were admirably dressed, their
.naniiers eas anil agreeable, and every -ImhIv
knew them, but they were the old
est men in the world that night. The
average mnu-nliout town htiiis to pn to
pi-ces all at once. He is suave, well
drt-ss.il. agreeable am! np-iarcntlv htalthv
for a few veais. mid then suddenly hegi.es
all to pot. It never changes his manner
or his habit It holds bim upas an up
lulling example to vounger men. but 1
doubt if it ever does miv gtiml New
York Cor Argonaut
A Worthless I.lan.l.
Queljiaprt. an i-land iu the Wllow va, is
tbe most hopelessly worthless piece of dry
land on this cjrth. Grass will not grow
theie, nor water run, nor tiro burn, nor
animals live, and tie- -tars tveu will not
shine upon it - Chicago Herald.
German roedeir, rabbit., pheasants, Eng
lish partridges anil swans have lieeti iinj,iort
ed into thU i-ouutry for the Tuxedo park.
"ROI'GII ON HATS,"
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed
bugs, beetles, Insects, skunks, lack rabblfs,
sjiarrows, gophers, motbs.tnoleo. 15c druggists.
"ItOI'l.lI O.N CORNS."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." Quick re
lief, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunions. 15c
"itorcii on iTcn."
"Rough on Itch" cures fkln humors, rup
tlons, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilblains, itch, lvv poison, barber's ltch.
5Uc. Druggists or mail. fc.S. Wells, Jersey City.
ROrOII ON CATARRH"
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic esses ; also unequalled as
garglefordiphtheria,orethroat,foul breath. 50c
1!:.llrn.iii. In rraure.
I AH the French railwa.vs are "Ui.sed
by tl.s government 1'he suite is itself a
railnsol proprietor, uJ tlie lines which it
doesr.ot own ure uudtr lis proiectmu. It
tixellie tariff and louks over nil thenf
, fairs of the .otiipauies. It iloes mine, it
taxes ever) passenger Without iiuint
ing tin- piivil.ies of goveriniieut fuue-
, tlonaries. ami the lice pass.s .,f ail the
soldiers, tin- state .lra-s;i; iHWUKOevcrv
vcar in taxation on tlie pass, ng.r- l'heiv
I is a gov.rument s.ijs-riiit.-ini. nt in the
offices of the i-ompnnv and .lis.. . ne sta
I tinned in e.erv large town. mi. Ii a thing
1 us competition anil opposition is thus un
possible. 'lhere ale now :il ".Ml kilo
meteis. or Jl.'illi inil.-s. ol railwav in
I'ran.e Kverv venr the lines ..inv lsli
11.1 s..-, (Hill K Ml tons .
l lie . ouipaliles eliipli.)
The .plain M) ol lkiggage
senger is allow. si fir,, in
siimll i!l kilogrammes ior
Niiinils. Paris Cor Hari
I wlii.h ea.h pa
j Frame s verv
, a little over Ml
I fold Times
I !. X.'i.i. In MuLing.
"What lo vou suppjse my wife did
vester.l.iv :isl,,., a I.lsiu street man of
lii)stiries. "Don't know."' was the reply.
"ierh.ips she got up mid built the tire."
".No. sir' lint I'll tell vou vvimt she did
do. She tinishtsl a atchuork tull ves
tertlaj that she U-gan just fortv ears ago
this winter, when she was a little girl of
A vears The M-vvmg is m .onlrasi but
not more than would lieexiiectcd What
is aiso quite strange, her mother st irt.sl
he"- to making it fortv jei rs agoan.l Hit
out the s.uates for her. and li. r m-.toer
1 . 1 1 v. -, 1 her.lravv it in vestvula;, "- Lewis
ton i Me i .loiirnal
Aicording to Krlenmver. a (.'crman
plivsician. there are now "three scourges
I of hiiinamtv "' .Morphia, al.ohol aad co
I caiue are tlie three.
, thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
, sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you over try
Acker's English KemedyJ It is the-best
1 preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold oa a inadtivu guarantee at 10c, 50c
Frank II. CoblenU, comer .Maiket ami
Thl ponder neTer varie A ni;tnvl of iu
rity. atrenull: hid. ttholeN.inienfi't. .More ta
nomtcal than thconliuary kiiitt, ami rannl
be ilMn competition with the ni rt fti.lt- or
low test, short wHj;ht. alum ir jihoHt,ti;tt,
Powders. Solitarily in can Ho. u H.im.
owdkr C.. U Wall Htreet. New trK
FIR STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS
CASf BE PCX ox nv axv pr.itso.v.
TUOUSASUS OK ROLLS SOLD ANNUALLY
FOR liUILIllNr.S OF EVEKY
I BEND FOR NEW CIRCULAR. ("ONTVINLNO
PRICE LIST AND RETEUbAClij.
M. EHRET, JR. & GO.
423 Walnut Street, PHILADELPHIiL
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
Itett 11 tb jror -1
IU mo. Rrm.1, T In
aim aiir.nn: .Noilisap
fMajiittXxnii li riiriiiur
tlnia cfTHtlt;! ib )! rX
frrt uf wi ( IrMfst
thoh t ttt ai d LmuiiTii
j; a. k . Union K
piartNtnra; ct ciliary Vl
tlnntrtT it1 t I-,' "1'1
br a-' Ifiirvt'U. - PClwd
by ej-" at
Biy-ia's Wij Faiiury
A)rJstI0bS:.X Y Ol-
Advice to Mother...
Mrs. Wihsiow's Siithing Synip. for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and ha.s been used for
years with never-failing success by million,
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teetiiing its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child frr.m pain, cures dysen
tery and dlarrhtea, griping in the bowel
and wind colic My giving health to the
flhlld It reststhe mother PrleeSca bottle.
Wll VT THE Sll VKKRs llKI IEV K Allol'T
I)sK.sr. They have leaiutsl Horn m.iiij
yoars experience that nine-lenllis ot all tin
diseases of mankind arise trout imiM-rlect
digestion of tood: lor tin- re.is.m they have
sjient years of l.ilsir m preparing the Mia
ker i:tract of Knots ISii-gei's sivrupl and
it operate-i like a charm in all cases .if indi
gestion. It is not what we eat that makes us
strong, but that which v-.e digest. Tins i
the doctrine of the Mount Lebanon Shakers,
l'eoplewho are weak and languid, tired
and feeble otten wonder. The reason 1
that the food eaten does not give strength
oee.iiis.- it is uoi .iis.-si.si. i m ,-wi.iKer r.v
thract of Knots (Sieg.-1's Svrupi will re-tore
the digestion to a health condition and
drive away the headache, the pains 111 the
side and hack, the distress after eating ami
make the sleep afford rest.
11. 1!. Moore, druggist at Champlain. N.
Y., writes: "We are using your medicine
in my family for constipation, resulting
from dvspeiisia. with the most satisfactory
There is no one article in the lino of med
icines that gives so large a it-turn for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Delia
onna HacUache l'lasters. 47r
For SerofulH, Imp.. verl. Ii.il Ittoo.t ati.l
lien, ml llrlollty,
N-off'it EmuMioii f Pure Cl tArer Oil.
, icfi Iizxiiihusiilrcj., has no cijiul 111 the
whole realm of medicine. Head the billow
ing: "1 gave one bottle of Scott's F.tniil
sion to mv own child for scrofula, and the
effect was marvellous." o. F. (.uvY, M.
I).. White Hall. I ml.
t'at.irrli, lliiv or K.-e IVirr.
The cleansing, soothing ami healing
properties of Darby's Trophy-lactic Fluid
are experienced 111 tlie treatment and cure
of catarrh and kindred complaints. The
Fluid smithes and heals the inflamed mem
branes and removes the offensive odor that
characterizes the disease. Should the In
flammation have reached the throat Use the
Fluid as a gargle to allay the inllamiuatlon
and to disiiifvft.
W if ROYAL KK.1t
'" -?"jfv.', IHwnVsf
! y? BY USING
t DisiwuiiacD Ladies Who Use It. fl i
Il h t T-rr hHrt M-rf-sirktkfa I tl Tt Md.
aJ fr th futsirs. 1mI a wtKkyrr. j
3 MAiUas. Adltn rmtU.
H I-i Fia., Jim M, K. nj imm-Jtavtolj,
-v in nil M-mitrr, B d-wn vt ymr Ij.fi W
m lt.L." By iTsW f MaJm rUl i. ra.acMi.
Fanny Janueitrk . H
t fi n ! (t 1r aur. td th Me 1 f-mtnUj brtnf H
$ Clan. Louise KaU&gg. U
G It r1oi n- il-dr I fcH nur Bnx la Um )M M
of U hti hr unrtbl, riinmuMtkM jrmr f J
' I.IH1 ' I'Bll'' ," Bt laln-MtaMMtklai-atJ U II j
W Mrs. Scott-Slddona. H j
I for th hmnt. Kmuni TH-k I BnJ RmipprWlA j j
a dv .-'n. ti .!! Air in triAita o9 oa thf w-miiu. J I
BP Jetiie, Victoria and Boalna Tokea. H I
P" Uo f-, a 4-Mur f vl I oar llmelals of H j
I tt "Ti UirrtU a a iwiimik fw the cunriUilo. II!
Ip U iit ,J , wttfr rtidr. MtkfB-ttotu U j
flC Thereat Titleoa. H
I lnr "I-ti rai " ltM'iorIW.1 Ttk, n
1 nj (,,( urn ut ma. h tut. tkn i mkU IX. 1
Q Fanny Davenport. H I
n IrtiitTnw' l4 ii I-kl' m-Mrt vlltit. I Pi I
I Ul)s.rniBrr..otulitionir kJj(rVU. II
H Jane Coomb. '
1 t tt f ar .siii in MJ tutlvU t lU kind H j
U Agnc EtheL M '
l""! tr"Iiy n I'aBL'liwejaBtar- j
( Mr. D. p. Bowers. 1
Md T inntly uu.f. tr. a a c.-mxW-. d4 fr U j
3H tr-,i ., aia r.l, (. wliia I cBertiOlf ra-
II Charlotte' Thompson. I I
g C -aw Wr !i t Iv th bt re-ntiHk tSa akta I W
tg U"i-iw onl. s.ji,,iy r'xwitod tl Wall tor H
I I frlrihla aad -a piMt-fawiv-aliT.
J tUri Jwvtt. II
H u,v"",t "" ",l1 ' "r - H
II Slinnio Cutaining. 1
WA . ' ? i i '"1-ik.a wflknut aarm to U
mm hru.n , .j Urtr 1'a.ai. UiamcaiNvabU. I
KXPKKsKIl KHKK'2 large 7"-. bottles,
white or pink, for tlJii. To many points 1 bot
UefirTic Iryyour ilnigglst first. li.urd
secure from .iliverv-atloiis, CHmn-in Mro.
Co.. Id Kult.mSt.. N Y
I'. S. Mention this paper.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
Cl.Telanrl, Columbus, Ctnetnntl
Muht IiDress ...
12 New York & Uoston Express
i 2 CletcKnd A Kastern Express .
I ew York Limited Express
9 NlKht Express .". S.am
."7 vti . Tin. A Vl es. El. . . 5.V&m
I Cln r'lyiint Uuckeve .TJB us
2 Cincinnati A Indianapolis Exiiren...ll.(J0am
3 Cletelandi Cincinnati Express 1.10 pm
Clntl.. lnd.,t. Louis A Kan. Ex. 4.31 urn
ARXITl raOM BAST.
9 SlKht Eipren Z15m
1 Ctu Hjlnic lluckeye. .TJ0sjn
i Cleveland A Clnclunatt Eipress 1-10 pm
5 New Xork, Boston A C'lnclanatl El-'US pm
' NlKht Eipress 1JSsjb
3i Daitoa.s-r.rlnKfleldAccom.fr't K.OSam
W New York A Iloston Limited JSm
2 ClfTelftnd & Ks.tern Express.. . 3.40 pm
is Cincinnati i SpritKfleld Accom.. 5ju pm
li New Y'ork L:u...ed Sxpress VtSpm
No. 12 has throuuQ Sleepers to New York and
loston without change.
No.lls the fAtnoua limited ninrMi. enrn.
i wsed entirely ot sleepers, east of CleTnland.
hroruth sleepers from SprtmrSeld. Hake
VewVorkln JH hours and Doston In J4H
No 27 has tree Kecllnlnc Chair ear to St.
Louis without change
a. U. KNIOUT.
t H.Tlrket "d Ocean btstmshlp Agent.
I). I!. .MARTIN. Arcadellepot.
. t. .-v. stprtrurfleld.O.
'fllM, liloomlD(ton and WHtars BmU
11UII rtOM CiST.
' Night Ex l:ss am
7 !-Hinluky Mall ...... 7uW am
i Facinc Mall and Ex 10:40 am
i Kansas City Ei , 5:05 pm
2 Columbus Express..... ,,, . 2:20 us
I tlantlc Mail .. :45 am
1 taudu-ky Mall 1:2S pm
1 New i ork Limited 9:45 pm
AtKtTI rxoif WKJT.
2 Kavtern Ex fcss am
I tlautlc Mail :35 am
New York Limited 5 pra
I Sight Express 2:15 in
Pacific Mall . 10 JO ur
1 KaitfrasCltyEx. ........ 5:15 pre
A.KITI rBOM 1I0ETH.
I Cincinnati Ex
- :25 am
.. 1:15 pm
... 2:H am
.. llhtll am
5 Kenton Accommodation
1 Columbus .Mall . ..
i Lakeside Er
I Put-In bay Ei
bsndusky Ei... ........
Ohio Son th.rn Kallrca..
t Mall and Ei-
i BalnbrtdKe. Accom ..
I Mall and Ex..
( Ualnbrldge Accom..
'Ilia., Vis. .
BU Louis K. KL. M. Dlvrl
1 Tenia Aceom
7:15 a. ro.
'i-.m p. m.
9 Western Express ...........
Cl.eln.iatt h.prets ..
. 2en!a Aceom....
I 'tsttl gipr.. , .,
o:W p. rr.
5:10 p. m
1 Columbu snd Ulch-nond Mall
ll.illv tllallv si.-.-nt undav.
'iralusNos 11 and y I un solid to Richmond.
Train No. o hs cliaircar from Springfield to
'lralns Nt.s. o and 2 run solid from Rich
mond to Springfield.
No. b lias chair car from t. Louis and Dolnts
1 west t spriugrield without change
We make fast titui and sure connections.
' Take a ride with us.
' Sv. Ilonns. Ticket Agent.
j M. T., Penn. hloB.B
1 All trains run on Central time 25 minutes
slower than city time.
TB.1SS VRRIVC IROMTHK EAST.
I Clt.ASt L-mls Ex.. dally 1:11 a. m
1. Aecoin..dally excent Sunday ,1U:13 a. m
5. St. Louis Ex.. dally .. 1:47 p. m
TRUSS LR.VK taiiso K1ST.
4. New York Limited, dally., ,10:12a.m.
i Accom .dallyexcentSunday. 5.-J7D.m
" li. AtUntic Ex.. dally 2:25 a. m
TRUSS ARRIVE FROU THK WEST.
No. 1. St. Louis Limited. dally 10:40a.m
2. Accom. .dllyexcept:sunday 5:05 p.m.
" 12. Xew York Ex.. dally. . 2:15 a. ar
TR.I.Ss LCVTEOOISO WEST.
No. S. Cln A St. Louis Ex.. dally 1:47 a.rc
" 1. Accom..dallyeceit Sunday ,lU:40a.m.
" s. St. Louis Ex.. daily.. ..4:19p.m.
No. 1 has slrepers. hut no change of cars In
either ease through to New York. No. 5 has
through sleepers to st. Louis All trains ar
rive and depart from I. HA W. depot In this
tor tickets to all points and further Infor
mation, cull on J. V. PllLEOER.
Agent. 72 Arcade.
IS ON FILE
at the office of
THE H. P. HUBBARD CO., Judicious Ad-
vertismg Agents &.Expetts,New Haven, Ct.
Our AutSonted A;f-t who 01 qu oorvjnrlj-tit
ijrtinc rites. AjiT,t.n-uj u
tigsrd, propfs shown d ettini- cf
colt n ANY n.tp&pn, forwarded to
respons.bia parlies upon application
.inci.i: nARKF.i. shot ui'M, J-0?
11(11' 11 1. k " " " 4-
slMJI.i: ItHEEtll LOADER. 4.00
Trice, on other cood la proportUa.
PARKER.SMITH nnd OTHER CUN8
i-.-r-vK itaBwcn ro snoor civoajc
Illustrated Cnll...ue and Prlc. List snt rr.
n muniF a. sau iu mn ST.
Js U. DAilULL b OUIIi CUICUU1ATI.0;
?o!e Agent Wanted
In every city with a Capital oa Twaaty
five Dollara and upw aids to take the agen
cy for an LLKCTKlOAL device for LI01IT
1 Vli GAS and other ELECTRICAL Novelties,
which require canvassing from house to
house Men of experience preferred, with
first class reference. Address
The Emplr. City Elactrfe Co..
TTi HROAIIWAY. Vrw V...E
PKNNYBOTAL WAFERS art
tniccessfullj umh! monthly bj orer 10,000
U y.LOUltr&. aA iT a-HJJ r , ti,Cl4UUrU i KU4UIS
yj $1 MTbox byinAiLoratdruKXlsta. Sealtd
-ParticuUxT 2 postaffe stampa. Ad4re
TUX EUBX&Av CULMV .U. CO., PCXWUT. B.XX.
Tor ui iy Frank 11. Coblanu ead Ad
Ua khans Jb '.
For the simple reason that we cannot pack and ship
our combined Private and Auction Sales, we stop the
Auction and make an extra cut in prices at Private Sale.
Twenty-seven floors of Elegant Furniture, Curtains. Dra-
npripQ Runs ptr
I r ' jj-i
.T PRIVATE SjSlIjE,
WITH PRICES CUT BELOW AUCTION BASIS.
We MUST close out every dollar's worth of our tremen
dous stock, as we positively retire from business.
It is the opportunity of a life time, and railway fares are
a very small item in comparison with our cut in prices. We
guarantee every article sold.
THE A. S. HERENDEN
aBBaaTaa M -".-w
i ,SMmmmmm tm-r&x.
Superior in design and coloring to those of previous
A. C. BLACK & CO.
These Paints are In every respect strictly first class, being composed of the best and
purest materials obtainable. They have a-Iarjcr sale than any other painU mido ia
this country or abroad, and, although they cost a trifle more per gallon than any others,
they will do more and better work for the kame amount of money, owing to their won
derful covering properties, while their superior durability render thera the most eco
nomical paints in the world. Sampie Cards and Descriptive Price List free by mail.
H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING CO.,
SOLE KA.NCFACTCP.ERi Or
H. W. Johns' Asbestos Fire and Water Prool Sheathing, Building Felt, Steam Packing.
Boiler Coierings, Roof Cement, Root Paints. Pre Proof Paints, Colors In Oil, Varnishes, etc
87 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA. LONDON.
A HANDSOME WEDDING, bIKfhUAl UK HULIUAf PRESENT.-
GoCab.n.c? a Parlor,
All furnished with
at our Wholesale Price..
E LUBURC MANF'C CO..
W. L. DOUGLAS
The .ratline S3. Stum
br. mftUrial..rfrxrt fit aa.l
$uperr to tho ualljr wIJ
pair warrantM. Con-
rM, Button fc Lace.
The RTet dcmia for tM ulioe babrtTn t.o2a
clentca.rnteeoflla irlUMIiiy tomtrth yub
HcatinbeltcrsatUfleJ.we bare nuislffnn-h fmpri tc
ra-nUthatthrrpCBn be no (,.-( ion to ucrc aim of
m0 the bt $.1 Shnt in (As irrr J
W. L. DOUGLAS S2.50 SHOE,
for atntumen. lU.l c-.lt, ' u m - I tr:tfa
BtoA, tad rial. if not auj'lor t the JJ liof
a.lTcrtlsW d by ctl.r fi- m. We invlt aperon
S3 SHOK KOK HOS. s-amntyle a the
3 Hie. rarelully ana fubi-tantially male. tylwa
n.1 ntifqanUVst a a acbool t.oe. If any f the
ftbOT cannot he Ud at your ,lral4T.erirt aJtlreM
- po6talto V. 1 loUKlA.Brcckioa,Mai4.
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
No. 9 Kiwt Main Street, s,rKl,l,, o.
un,i (...- rr mr i.iitu iiiint Vaati kmhmld-
erySllk.w.uMrttIloikein, Wiioulau. Pk
laUi tvnt enly whtnai plU-atton U accumpauetl by
THK WASHBURN AMERICAN GUITARS
flMal lea-4.Bal 4nr.Ua.
Bed mm, .k...!. .hs.L.i.1.
vs.lKaVf. VTaTaatodto.laailnaaTctlstat.. !,.
fo.lb.fa. lllaalr-lad Caulof. malWtrw by lb. Hanatxtaraw,
LYON A HIALY, 182 State at., CMudSJ.
Tee Great E-cll.a rreeerletlm
Cures UtoJbieM. Spermatorrhea, J
A"tnianons. lm potency and all Dis-3
ease, caused by a-Hf-abuse or In- .
discretion. One rckas. St. sir Sin
ssniil Br mall. Wrlto for Pamphlet. jArrnil
Koraka Cbemleal Co., Detroit, jnicbw
I Call n or address Theo. Trouue,druxtst.
corner Main and Market streets. Springfield
l kit. Sole Agent.
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v 1 1 aHRam. 1
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FdmI twaW.mt dim!! Safcaf.aBr
W i N
Gas and Steam Fitters
Steam Fitters' Supplies, &c.
'it: "South Limestone St.
Fancy and Plain
Llhrmrjr, Smoking RMllnlnff ar Invalid
VIIA1IK, JAIt.lUIV. HI-aLI, Or tUttll.
JTriViy p 4 alf for CavtaJoKae. parta of U world.
tbe Aatomatte Csmmbi Blmk. and R.tatled
enl .tamp tbrCatalotrue and mention carriages.
145 N. 8th St., Philada., Pa.
ftlND FOti OCR
HEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
MRS. J. H. REED,
SP Main Street. - Buffalo. N v
A irirat lmprorement orer the old style. PreTenU
Hppintr from hr4 of tbe naJL Slatdeof Ivrtqialitr
T(lMrrL CarfoIlT tnpTrd. tortatleby il?rJ
wan llrr Half down aswortml titfnrnt toaJlT
by lllit ED WARD STOHX ttl'lllX OX. U-uU-d.
The,. VTashboards are made vith
a B.nt-Wood nm. The&cong
at board and be: w-jutrj in th.
worlO. For sale bf all dtalcrs.
Take o. other.
AGIXAST M'F- f..
TO WEAK WEN
SnnVrini! from the effects of joathfal errora. earlr
des-ar. satini; weak ns-a. lost manhood, etc, I will
ein.l'a ralnable treatise I sealed conuimag fall
particulars for home cure. FREEC? charge. A
t FleD.Iia medical work ; should be reaJ t' every
man who la nervous aod debilitated- Addrese,
Prof. F. C FOWLEat, M'iotttx, Conn.
I CURE FITS!
Wbtra X Mr ' - mmtt a-4ol7 to ' tan for
a Uiava aal Ua thm lotarti wla- r-
leal evi I ta ma.! dtara ft F1T4. UI
LXrT or FALLINO MCKHEbS Itf lotC ataJy. I
warraat bT ear " - -
Mkktra aa fatU4 la rao tor act ao rttac 4k
. (toaol at te I6r a iraatla aat a F Bott! at mr
IafntM rr4f. Vira Sjptwa a4 roatOOc It cutt J
tftiataa- br a I rial, a4 1 wttl rar jtm.
A4.1eaa Da. H. O. tURIT 1'! rWIJt.fwTirl.
1 bepo.tU reaedr for the bollaa: bylta
aae trwaaanda ef rax t ttt vortt kliv. aatf of hBC
tannine hare b9 cared, la J4.t. Vfy ' tta
lo tta rrDcavr. thai I -111 -rd TWO 9QttU&TM
toc.ttMr wltb a TALUABX.K TKXATI9I cs UU ttlilMl
w aaj aoffarar. Qireeiirttaad P. O. ,wWre. ,
DaV T. A. aU-OCCM. Ill rtI8t..Ke Tr
r--. A ictm ft itMithful
ton Iecax. NerTMtie Debiil
1 tr-.IaatManhnniLikc JiaTlnar
tried In rain ertrr known remedy. Iu. dlscoTered a
atisple OTifure, which ha wtU eeod FttfeX to him
teiloweenfferers. Addreea . .
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