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REPUBLIC, WEDITCSDAY EVENING APftTL C. 1887.
royal mat ja
m HP -a
This powder never varlrs A mint-lot pu
rltr. strength and wliol.t.imenein More eco
nomical than Hie i.nHnary klud. and cannot
isniairtnipetltlin ntth the multitude or
luw teit. short uelctit. alum or phoiphate
fowder sold only In rani K-i i IlikiMi
owpik On- 1. W ail atrert. e ork
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
Thursday Evening, April 7th.
A 1 1 I I.UKhl M MION
The pet of the tidies the driiration of
men. In Marsden's Master Comedy ot
111 authorization Of Lotta
MLIMITHI. Ml sR-'
I'attl l'.osa will siDK seten new -.onus
dmisilon 25c. ToV and " c seat, on ,a,, At
KAILKOAD TIME CARD.
Clvliid Uolumbua. Cturlnnntt
S KUht Kxpress
1: New Yorit A Uoston hitress.
2 CleTe.and A Eastern Expresi
I New York Limited Express
. 3.40 pm
9 45 pm
3TbtK..Cln AWea Ex.
1 Oln tlTlne ltukeve
29 Cincinnati & Indianapolis Express -11.10 am
3 Clereland A Cincinnati Express 1.10 pm
i ClnU lcd..st. Louis A Kan. Ex U2A pm
askite raoa sast.
Nteht Express 2.15 am
1 Cln Hylnc buckeye Tsnytn
3 ClereltnA A C ndnnatl Express. U)pm
'Sew i ork. Boston X Clsctnnatt Ei.'t JS pm
AI11VI rkOK eocTH.
alKht Kxpress IJSam
3J Dajton. sprtnglleldAccom fr't.
1! Kew ork Jk Boston Limited
a la nm
1 uevruuid A I litem Lxpres4
i Ctndnnatl A Sprtmtfield Accom 5Jil pm
41 New ork Limited Lxpres a 45 pm
M! has tnrouxh sleepers to i ew 1 ork and
Boston without change.
No. 41s the famous limited express, com
Posed entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland.
Tbrooxh sleepers from SprtnjrfleM. Makes
New t ork In X'A hsurs and lioston In Mi
No IT has free Kecllnlng Chair car to St.
Louts without change
0 U. KNIGUT.
sL R.Tteket and Ocean Steamship Agent,
11.11. MARTI V. Arcade Iiepot.
. If. A. SpriaKeeld. 0.
Cancer of the Tongue.
M" wife, sone three or f o'ir years a;o was troo.
bled wan an uaerouinesue of lur toauenear
UeUiroaL Tlie paias iaceLt,aue.iiB loss
of s'eep and produriag meal lit nous rustrauon.
Accom panrins: taw troaii e was r&cumati-in. It
tad pa&ied from urn saoui.ic aist ctniernl m tte
wnst of one" hind. Kheaim i.t Iikios tne use cf it.
Itrtween tie saCenag ot tie to,ntehjil prown
bnrdeDsnme l!r the use ot a ha'f dozen tniall
nieil botnesof Swif spedAc, sue was ml reljr
relievMl ad rrvored to n.a.ia. Tun was tares
rears ago. and mere tua been njre'iirni.tt'ieili
,ue 1L L. iltPULSaKoots.
Sparta, Gi, Jsae 5, 1SS6.
TreatiseraItloo.tandFkn Diseases mii'.edJ-ee.
sn IV 23d8U..
FM STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS
CAN BE PCT OX IIV AXT PERSON.
THOUSANDS OF ROLLS FOLD ASMJALLY
HJR BUILDINGS OF EVERT
BEKD TOR srw CIRCULAR COVTAEvTSO
PRICE LIST AND RETER E.NCES
M. EHRET, JR. & CO.
BOLE XAXCF ACTUEERS,
423 Wiloot Street. PHILADELPHIA.
Sole Agent Wanted
In every citr with a Capital os Tw.nti-
re Dollar and upnaids to take the acen-
ov InraDMitViaiutb oevire mr Lilwill-
I.Nli OAsand other LLKCTKICAL Novelties
require caniassing from house to
.Men .ii experience i.reierreu. wnu ,
ir.ferenre Address I
Erst-class reference Address
The Exaplrs City Electric Co..
TT1 r.KOAHIVAY. htv inm
practices BMr be perfect r
etel reaels. (
I ear sew tnostrsled M 6 BM to
4X-" s Jgr VsVBa2lPBfiB
Hat tk. ALlvW wiwi Alr CreiCW
SSWIesJ Cllato, S3 MH St. . T.
Mnry of Aanctr.
TVhen Walter bcott was. a mere youth
he Ix'lthii rolk-cting ull sort of out of the
.n thin On the wnll of his "ileD."
were huu u cabinet of Scotch and Itouiua
.n. a rlatuiore a 1-ocl.aber a iiud
HrjUKhtou niuvr vc'iicii vu liookctl tip
uuler a picture uf Prince Chnrle, th
joanc Pretender The Niuu.-r hud a
hl.tur) Mr .ltr ?.ott, :r was a
lanyer One anuiinii a o.lan clmr de
la.teii ai a cirtaut hour eer ceniii)r a
)r-on at Mr ?mtl door, sin!" .il lit a
niuntle lie a iiiiiiMiIiatch liovll to
the lauri ii.itc i-ih,iii whue he re
mained a loni: time Mi Mtt sciino-.lt
iimiiiptiil In r to ask hik-micui.. which Mr
J-outt would not .Mint r to hi r yiti-f ution
One owning vlieii ilie he.inl the Ik 11 rniR
for the itrantrtri chiir tot.irr him ulT,
hhetntiriil the priiate nmi with a s.ihrr
ill lur hand on lucli wire two uis, -ay
iiik that in the c-i ntleiiieii hail vil ki lnntf
tliej would 1 Ixtltr for a dull uf tea
The Mntiuir a h r-oii of ilt-tiucm-lie-l
npiK.irano' and nclilv dtnietl. Imuetl t
the lad anil drink troin the olti nil cup
Ilir limlund refuml the tea s mon in
the vi-itor hid 1. Mrtc.l, Mr rs-ott, litt
inu the window m-li took the i up from
which the Miitor hid drank and threw it
Into the -trul 1 In wife rcinon-I rated on
the Ion of ln-r aluilile ilium I can
forniM tour hi lo-it in idatu hilt ou
mint m the -u tit," laid her husband,
1 m i adnii into m lion., on business,
JHrsotis unwortht to W trtatnl as quests
li) nit wife lap neither cf me nor mine
comes after Murrat of Urouchtoii s '
While I'rince t'harles was ini.iilini;
Sootlind this mm Murri was his pn
Milt sttivtar He was taken prisoner
ninl riihs mil his own life and fortune b
Intra mi; seteral s-cotch noblemen who
wtre adhenntsof the Jaco'iito cause
linl Rilintnno one of the prince's sup
jmrttrs. was brought Kfore the pnj
c-ouncil and confronted with the traitor
'1K oii know thLs witness, my lord " i
asknl one Not I, he repliil I once '
knew a person who bore the design ition
of Mnrrav of llrouclitoii but he was a
iwntlemin and a mm of honor and one
t liat ruiild liold up his he Ml "' 1 he s nicer
liolonclmi to Uniughton'a tet cup was pre
sen oil I'l the faiuih, ar 1 imnc Walter
made it a K-rur.iuent feature of Iils collee i
tion of curiosities The Vrgouaat.
j ltt Itrfore tul Ilrlnk.
' "A ltrce proportion cf Intenijieraiipe in
I the use of stimulants," p)ul...iicd a
I phiician. "mil v laid to the light brink
fasts eaten b most jieople. lln-nkfast is
the most important treal of tin-la and
i sufficient imiiortance U not attached to it
I in the majont of horseholds ftcr the
I long f iBt enforced Ktween supjn r or late
dinner and T or 8 in the morning, a ier-
1 ion in Rood health should feel hnngr ;
and it is nt this hour of the day that the
luartiest meal ma le eaten with the le.nst
i prolMbilit of lul results The man who
' starts out in the motnin.1 after liaMiig
etten a herti brenkfat will seldnin, un
le--.s sudcriiig from chronic Indigestion, ex-
IHrieiice mi of the discomforts which
might follow n imilir nio.il nt any other
time of dav The clnnces are he will also
enjoy a happy frame of mind all di,
whiter er lie his ciistoni, he mil find him
self with an excillent nppttite Ritin
creates p;etito The U'ry ojijiosito re-
miILs will follow the other court, in this
I matter, and the man who has not had a
good breakfast will not enjo a good din
ner I hut e treated a Rood many ca-ses of
habitual drunkenness, and in a great
man of them I have found that the eil
practite of tippling wits begun to satisf a
gnaw tng, faint einatioa iu the stomach
in the morning, which was nothing more
or less than disguised hunger ' llulfolo
Kecofrn iritis; a lortntlt I'nexpertedtr.
1M1IM. lir ..lit vv fn.ni 11. tin. !.,!
ph'ui, ..on oil a usit to his grandf..ther iu !
Ualtlmore, lias Uvn greatl admireil for i
his swett, intelligent countenance, shaded
by a prof usion of light curl hair Not
long since a photographer in Philadelphia '
suet ceded in tatching bj the instantaneous
process, a rfect likeness of his features,
lit up by a langh, and w as so pleased with
it that a large picture was made and re- 1
Limed as an ornament to his gallery One ,
of the men employed in the galleri was
induced to sell one of the smaller pictures I
to the manager of cotton mill, and o,000
upies wtre made to leuseil a.s stirt of
f-ade mark to the shirting muslin mnnu
Licturnl in the mill. The father of the
boy, Ving connected with a large firm in
the dry guods trade, was one day
astounded at seeing the portrait of his
laughing pet lasted on a piece of muslin
le was examining He began nn iniesti-
gntion and oon discoi cred how the picture
had been obtained He notified the null
owner, and in consequence of his remon
strance, the pictures not already used
n ere surrendered and destroyed Haiti
.panlkh Mtt In Iiulslana.
The supjili of moss in Ixiulsiann, on the
seaboard and on the streams m the lower
panshes, is raruense proliabl inexhius
tible Thousaudsof square miles of forest
are festooned with it, and w ere the pres
ent crop gathered and the woods left bare,
but a few years would elapse Kfore it
would be as abundant as before. The
low, wide spreading live oaks and sweet
gum, nnd the facilities for running
wagons 1 1 er w here under the trees, pre
sent adi. ullages for gathering it not found
elsewhere Its merits ami cheapness haie
created a large demand for it in Kuglaud,
and as it becomes known throughout
Europe it must inevitably snjitrsede all
other materials for the purposes forwhich
it is adapted, and certaiul become an im
jiortant item in our eKort trade as well
as home consumption Ahbciille (Miss )
Meteoric Thunder Fxptitlneal.
The most rapid cannon shots, according
to M Hirn, scarctly rtach a speed of
2,00!) feet pi r second while meteorites
penetratn the air at the rate of twenty
live or thirt miles and eien more, ier
scconiL With thLs elK.it the nir is at
once raised to a temperature of T.OilO to
10,000 degs and the meteorite's surface
is torn iiwav by atmospheric friction and
vapori7eil In the he.it The sounds pro
duced range from the whist hng of a bul
let to the crash and roll of thunder 1 hey
are explained b this uuthor as resulting
from the rush of air to till the g-ip in the
rear ratlurtlian from actual eplosion,
luing analogous to thunder after light
ning Arkausaiv Traveler.
Tie Wellington lamllv Ilihle.
Tlie old family Bible that belonged to
"Mari, the mother of Washington," Ls
still in existence, and is kept in a branch of
the Washington famil) in Virginia It
contains the family register, recording the
birth of Oeorge Washington, Feb 22.
' 17Ui The binding has ncoierof cloth
woien by the bauds of his mother.
I Brooklyn Eagle
I pelicf dot lli.ltery ihas dcr grease dot
makes der wheels of tier world turn
'roandt. Carl Dandir.
The entire torceof clerks, nearl) onehun
dreti, in the transfer station ot thePenus)!
lama railroad at 7'ittsburg. h ne been noti
tied that after April 1 their sen ices will not
be required. T'le station will be abin
do'ietl as an effect of the inter-state com
Clf...,, the Children. They are es.
JUV pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Kerned a positive cure. It saves
hours of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Carter Harrison makes the modest state
ment that he will tun for major of Chicago
it the republicans withdraw their candidate
and stipiKirt him.
"More lleni fit."
I have been affected with consumption
for atmut four )ears. I received more ben
mi from one bottle of our Gooeli s MeI-1
,. s,, , tia 3nJ tmnir 1 Haie eier tried. I
s ' . ... o .. is , . t ,.
' Explorer iitaiilei, uritine from Afiira,
state-s that Oennanj ami other nations are
Icroiidnuc Xiiclanil couipletelvout oi
territory she foruierly occupied.
I Great ribbon sale at Elirenhart's millinery
store, Tiieselajr and Weeli.esday.
iiorsE on HOME?
WHY THE SIMPSON FAMILY DIDN'T
LIKE THEIR NEW QUARTERS
AilTMtitngff. nntl fHtitiUittitMge of the
Annual Ullllin, The llou Where the '
lluli) 1II..1 "te Unt to tin Home!"
The Simpsons wire moting
Tlie had rathir fallen into the habit.
It was iasitr to mute than totltnu house I
And as the plaie the Imil in was alwn) '
tinned b soniell else the hud nojur-
In ul ir interest in staiug there
It hid Its advantages this anuiinl tilt I
ting, but tin re wen alvi iiuiiu roils dii id
tantagei, too, if one Mopped to rii-kou !
them up i
Mr. .simps.m hid no time to do this I
He was too bus earning the moiie to
pay rent to grasping landlord- j
Mrs Simpson had no inclination She I
thought of the plates on thu walls whtre
the heads of the fund! w ere photographed, '
of the smok ci iliug, the ash heaps m the ,
luik .ntl she w.intisl to cut loose from I
ull tlii-se ilis igret'able iiss,n iatious j
Mr Mmpsoii lit her httelnr own wa,
he mereU run irktil ikireuthetiiall that
the tluldnn would v soon like the
farmer's hi in He had mot til so often
that wlierettr the saw a while canas !
covenil w igon cross the prairie the laid
tlon ii and htld up their fill to lie tied
The disadvantage was in ttaring up
things that hid taken root The chairs I
and sofas, the stoics, the pu lures and I
pi mo had all ndjusteilthenisilits, hoping'
they had come to st.n lake the fabled i
mindrake of classic lore, t hi shrieked
with pain whin torn up from their until e
n r.nrn tii vsnin j
It was rati er aitknaril for Mrs Simp-1
son to go around explaining to lit r friends
that she had moitil agtin. It gtie her I
the finding of iH-ing a sort of peripatetic .
show Hut she eiatiatetl upon the su '
lienor drainage, and adianceil schinil prn-
ilegis of the ,en quarters, and so built a '
new road to h'r Koine
Hut this tiiiv; it was lnnler than ever
to moie, btMMUse liecnise well the
bib was goi.-' She had died in that
house the little Ada, the sweet .'I ear
old liaby and Mrs Mmpsoii h id said
that was why she want til to moie She
could not War to sta.t where eientlnng
remuided lur of her lost dirling Hut she
realired liefore she left tlie house that she
liad m ule a mistake
The 1 1 r w alls w ere mignetized with
the sweet presence An 1 if the cr of
pun still lingered in the silenie was it not
olfsit by the inerr, luibbling laughter,
the patter, pitter of htr tin, musical
fctt, thejotons binl call of the lanished
There were her little finger mirks on
the doors the tracks of her small feet on
the threshold the ier spot on the wall
where she h ul braced her small, detlant
head so tiuitiy times when she would not
come at mamma s call.
And some one h id marked there with
n pencil a date, with the v.ord, "Ada
She hid grown higher now Hy no
eirthly incisure could they reach her
K er since the davs w hen It was recorded
iu Hoi Writ. "And a little chilil shall
lend them," children hai e lieen wise and
sweet adjusters Sometimes they
straighten out some entangled skein by
living, some times by djing
THE lit I. SON' Wltr.
And this brings me again to the moving
and the reason why the Simpsons will no
moie this sprins;, nor neat spring, nor
any other spring, please God, until thei
G 2?' "' ,hou- "ot madc "i,h, ,han1'U
They had moved and were all iu heaps
in the new house, w hlch was nobody's
The distracted furniture stood around
on one leg and shrieked whenever it was
touchtil. The stoves were down and re
fused to go up The earpets were ml-ilts
and contracted themselves out of shape.
Everything else went and got lost.
Mrs. Sitniison was nearlr distracted.
Mr- Simpson had hU hat on s.dciias; his
fftSe,,va " ?"f, ,,U Tolre,k"1 ""J- "!
, Then the little arm of children came
in, sat down on the carpets and began to
cr in unison
"We want to go home! We want to go
"Home"' echoed Mrs Simpson; "home!
whi this Is home, children."
.o, it nin f" they nojvieci; "ics a
house 'tain't a home"'
That speech had the funniest effect
upon Mr Simpson. He caught up first
one child and then another and hugged
and squeezed it
"You blessisi little darlings'" he cried.
"You are right, houses are not homes
Out of the whole flock there is only one
who has a home Hut you shall haie
one or lour father will know the reason
That settled it. Yon could not find a
happier home than the one in which the
Simpsons -ire housed to-da .
M "here even netghlmr is dear as a relation
And the latch string is always hanging at the
Mrs M L. Itavne in Detroit Free Press.
The Slang of Slialtenpeare.
The iou i r of Shakespt are o er the pub
lic is shown by the extent to which his
phrases, and el en his slang, have become
incorjionted into our language, says an
echinge Among these are bag and bag
page, dead as a doornail, hit or miss, love
is blind, selling for n song, wide world,
fast nnd loose, unconsidered trifles, west
ward ho. familiarity breeds contempt,
jiatching up excuses, misery makes
strange bedfellows, to lioot (in a trade),
short anil long of it, comb your head with
u three legged stool, dancing attendance,
gettmg eien (reienge), birds of a feather,
that's flat, dreek to mo (unintelligible),
packing a jury, mother wit, killed with
kindness mum (for silence), ill wind that
blows no good, wild goose chase, scare
crow, luggige, row of pins (as a mark ol
alnci, liia loce, giie and take, sold (in
the , i) of a joke), our cake is dough.
The girl w ho phi) fully calls a uuth a
milksop is aLso unconsciously quoting
Shakesj.ie.irc, and eien loggerhead is ol
the same onjin Exteniiore is llrst found
in Shakcseire, and so are almanacs
Shakesiieare is the first author that
ppeaks of the man iu the moon, or men
tions the iotato, or uses the term eyesort
for annoiance New York Journal
Curd flayers liefore llattle.
"There were but fnv soldiers in the
war,' sa)s a itteran, "who were not card
pla)ers, and the) ncarli all liked to own
n deck, but they had a dreid of lein8
killed w ith a deck on their ptp-on. When
eier we heard the cannons liegm to boom
and the guns of the peket mmlitgin tc
clatter, we knew that the Little was com
ing, nnd ou would see men b) the hnn
dreds draw ing their cards from then
pockets ami throwing them along tin
road The ArgonauL
What a trul) beiutiful world we live in
Nature gives ug grandeur of mountains,
glens and oceans and thousaudsof means
of eiijo)ineiiL We can desire no better
when in perfect health; but how often do
the majont) of people feel like Riling it up
disheartened, discouraged and worn out
with disease, when there is no occasion for
tins feeling, as eier) sufferer can easily ob
tain satisfactor) proof, that Green's August
Klower, will make them free from disease,
as when born. I))siiepsia and liier com
plaint are the direct causes of seient)-hie
ier cent, of such maladies as biliousness,
indigestion, sick headache, costiveness, ner
vous prostration, dizziness of the bead, pal
pitation of the heart, and other distressing
s)iuptoiiis. Three doses of August Klower
will prove its wonderful enecL
bottles. 10c. Try it.
The attorne) general of the United
States giies his opinion on the matter i f
free tratisiort.Uion of postal eniplo)es, aim
sa) s the !iite-tate commerce act will not
llilericre nun mat prn liege.
T rvwxv Q t'ie good thinps of this
VVXV jlfo are gorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 23 and 60 cents, by
Frank H. Coblentz, comer Market and
ith iatn"i3 the tail cry of many a vittirc
ot rheumatism or neuralgia, and iruiuentlr
other diseases, suih as kidnei and hiti
tumplauits, are dirixtli trai-ealile to rheu
inatism or neuralgia Tlittedi-eases, for
sonieunexplaimlile reason, are rapidlt in
i reasing, and in miny instances are" tin
direct aue of iniuli sukness wlnih so
ludts. its real origin xs to ! mistaken for
othtrili.eas I inuring rheumatism, neu
ralgia, suk heailaihe, and in mint eases of
kiiluei and liver troubles, Atliloplioros h is
vmuglil wondirs Those who have intil
it are lts.t iiualihisJ to speak of its mint
Slid Mrs Smith, of Washington, ('. II ,
Ohio, to the writer: "You can see I haie
lcn a great Millerer from neuralgia, hi
w lilt li I have hrt the useofmy lelt ete I
Mjsrecommendtil to use Atliloplioros, n hicli
I did While it has not restored my eye
sight it has rid lueof the neuralgia. I have
Usui only tolottlei It lias done wondirs
for me, and I, as a long sufltrer from m u
nlgia.nould advise anyone sullering from
the same to use Atliloplioros.
.Mrs Ella Smith, f.l North Foster strett,
Springfield, Ohio, sats: "I did hale rheu
uiatisiuand lerv badly, but not since 1 Used
lldophoros It was almost miraculous the
w iv themcdicinedrovethediseasefrnni mi
Msteni 1 had only takt n a few dost sin fore
it seemed to griip and masttr the disease
It acttil so quickly I as tlniost ifnid to
continue with the medicine. I did, how
ever, by reduiing the dose. Since that time
I hive leen K-rfettly well and frts? from
rlieumitism. I only usetl a half Iwttle strail
ili until I considered mvself turtil; tlitn I
took a dose occisjonallv to make myself
doubly sure that it would not return.
Every druggi-t should keep Alhloplinro
and Athlop'mros 1MU, but where tliey c-in-not
be Iwujlit of the druggist the Athlo
plion Co , 112 Wall St , .Vw York, will
send cithtr (i-irnage paitli on reitipt of
rtgular prii-e, which is $1 00 per bottle
Tor Atliloplioros and fltV. for Pills.
For llror an i kidney disuses dvpcpsia n-dut-.tioil
weakness, nervous i!et,illt, ilieast
of women iiHuMnitlon htadaitie. imi.ure
blood, Ac., lhlopbami ttlb. are uueiuisltd
AMERICAN DISHES IN LONDON.
A London Taper on the lteanWhat It
s.jtvs of I rlt ,1 4 hirketi Other I (Utiles.
Ill Viiieriiii, thu Inau is the national
hirb. quite as much as the am is in Fiji
or the imlato in Inland A New Kng
lander would scnrcel reganl Smiila as
dull ohstrMil if he did not dinu on btans
baknl null a cule of ork on the top of
tin in, and when the satirical bo shouts
to the"stlect man" dttccled in secuUr
dutiis the first dty of thewetk that ha
must htie forgotten "to put his beans in
to b ike I in night," this fait is popularly
recognised The lean is the wholesonio
fixxl on which the western pioneer sub-
sists 1'ntil roads enable daintier dittary
to K' indulgiil in, the gold digger irac-
! tlcally lives on lucon and luans, and on
prospecting expeitltlons no too.1 is more
pillUUIL' Ul Hl'HU Sllll.tlllUlg. II HIlOlll
"his regulir Iieans" the California miner
would reganl himself as starved "Hash"
ma lie all itr itll Hut iu a iound of
Vans Ixiilwl with an ounce of pork there
is as much nutrition as in a haunch of
Chicken fried in cream is a southern
dish It ia a compromise lietneen the
"Happy Dispatch" of an Indian bunga
low in the Mofussil and the spatch cock
of a more leisurely land The clini, as
the chief material of a "chowder" soup,
miy safel bo reckoned on to give a bad
quarter of an hour to the unwary en
thusiast, but the shad cooked nfter the
eastern fashion is sure to be fully appre
ciated. And aliove all, are we to have
"hash" If Iieans form the nntional dish
of the easttrn states and fried chicken of
the south, ha-esh, to pie the word its
roper pronunciation, Ls assuredly the
staple of the west In any new district
beans come first, but ha-esh proclaims
that the resources of the lioanling house
ktejicr are euhtrguig. Wliat this dish is
conqioseil of no man not in the trade has
eier tt lituu able to aay with anyap
pmu.li to certainty. At a rough glance
it apiiearx to be a compound of potatoes,
meat, onions and pepjier all liaked to
gether Hut they who recruit exhausted
nature on ha-esh without baring doubts
as to the animal which supplied the meat
are endowed with the faith by which
mountains are remoied.
"Mr," evil the Colorado mountain hotel
keeper whtii the "tenderfoot" ordered
quail on toast, "ir, ou mean hn-esh
and ou're going to hale ha-esh. It shall
neier lie said that an man went back or.
his lictuils in ni house" Like thi
fnjoles of a Mexican posada, hash in tilt
ante railroad dais wa the one article cf
diet to lie reckoned on nt a westtrn way
side house Hut surely we are also to
have homiii and succotash, those dishea
whim the Indians taught the Pilgrim
ftthers to concoct, rousting ears an 1 buck
wheat cakes, griddle takes and "iome"
from the south, and eien those bits of
portable dsiepsia, the "hot biscuit,"
without which no American breakfast is
complete in the matter of cooking the
Amtricans haie rapidly progressed from
the time when the pioneer r-wsted lus
buffalo or deer's meat on the end of his
ramrod, and, to make a distinction with
out a difference, the "gentlemen" of the
great fur rouipHii ate red salmon and the
"nun' white In some parts of the cottn
tr.i in Texas, for example, whiih Horace
Greele detl irtil needed nothing so much
as a dozen or two of decent cooks it still
lacks much in this rcstiect. Yet at the
table d'hote of a HI i ear-old western
"ut" the traieler is uniarcd to find
a dinner which for exctlhnie liiiI ninety
it would lie dilliinlt tosurpass Ji London.
SI.EKPLKsSNlGlirS. made miserable
b) that terrible cough. Sliiloh's Cureisthe
reined) f or ou. For sale b) K. A. Gar
wood. LOCAL NOTICES.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing S)rup. for chil
dren teething, is tlie prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
i ears with nei er-f ailing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its alue is incalculable.
It ruliei es the child from pain, cures d) sen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving health to the
ehlld It reatsthe mother. PHre I5e a bottle.
Wtl VTTlIk Sll VhUls HniKlK AlllUT
DisKisf. The) haie learueil from man)
)oars eerieiice that niiie-tentlis of all the
diseases of mankind arise fioin uujierfect
digtution of food; for this reason the) liaie
spent ) ears of labor in preparing the Sha
ker Kxtract of Knots (Siegel's Sirup) and
it operates like a charm in all cases of Indi
gestion. It is not what we eat that makes us
strong, but that n hicli we digesL Tills is
the doctrine of the Mount la banon Shakers.
People who are weak and languid, tired
and feeble often wonder. The reason Is
that the food eaten does not gne strength
because it is not digested. The Shake r K
thract of Idiots (siegel's S)rup) will restore
the digestion to a health) condition and
dtne avva) the headai he, the pains in the
side and back, the distress after eating and
make the sleep afford rest.
Ii. II. Moore, druggist at Champlain. N.
Y., writes: "We are using ) our medicine
in in) family for constipation, resulting
from dyspepsia, with the most satisfactor)
1 nere is no one article in the line of med
lcines that gives so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella
onna Backache Plasters. 47r
For Scrofilln. ImpuierlRlieil lllood ami
.Scotf'd .Emulsion of I'are Cod J.fi er Oil.
'"' ii'i'i;ihs;ihiti', has no equal in the
wnoie realm oi meuiciiie. neau me toiion
iug: "I gaieone Untie of Scott's Emul
sion to nn own child for scrofula, andttlie
effect was marvellous." O. F. Gnii.M.
D., White Hall, lnd.
u W In. Would Leml Stslentar Lives
will nntl treat relief from constipation,
heail.ielieaiicl neriousiiess, bi takiiuj Sim
mons Liier lleitulator. It is a simple,
harmless, i eetable compound, sure to re
Iieie ou. Tersoiis of sedentari habits
often suffer w itll kidney affections. If they '
nould maintain the strenetli of the til-j
gestlie organs anu improie the iiuallty ol
the blood by taking the Regulator it nould
restore the ltldnes to health and vijor.
The wild phantoms and shriiking rrieri
of a wurthless humbug can m ike tnone by
Imposing upon the crrdulit and liinorance
of an honest public and the supply of this
siietiesot nork seems more than nn ade
quate demand. I be eiiuni lation of fiits
facts that haie stood crucial tests- facts
proven b brain force and tim.il.lr evi
dence, should uitisf all laudable i nter
prisei. but the extcrable practice of teaeh
ing false Ideas and doctrines tor selt-aggrau-dlzeiuent
is trill reprehensible and should
lie storned b all tlassts.
ben one house tells ou that Iodide, of
Potash is a (Viison sinipl Ih-eause their iqi-
I poiienis use it, and btvause the are jian-
iiermg to our ignorance, as tin v stiptsise,
jon should look upon all surh as arrant
frauds and their reinediis as iiiinorth
public contidi nee, and If those who make
siicli assertions do not know In tti r, the
re a set of unenviable ignoramuses.
nocroiLs at nor m-kimis.
Hot Siirmgs failiil entireli to cure me of
seveial terrible, ludoluit running ulcers on
in legs, with winch 1 li.ul bteu troubled
for man e in cieral dm tors also at
tempted to cure me but f tiled I h n e Used
mil a fen iMittles of It II It (umle at
Atlan'a (la.,) iml the effect b is lieen trul
magical, as tlie have all healed and I am
cured. It is worth all medicines made for
purif lug the blood. This wonderfiilli quick
cure has been etfecteil afti r eier.ithmg else
had failed Your liinlicine is a dtis, and
has done the business for me I htv e liv nt
heretwent-tiveers. Mj genertl liialth
is alsoiiuproiiug. apju'tite and digestion
good. I sleep soundl and neier filt bit
ter. Doctors told me tint I could not be
tired, but II. It. II has cured me. '
It is decidedl the quickest, best and
cheajiest blisid punher I eier Useil It is
ahead of all others. As to mi case and its
cure I refer to ei er merchant or profes
sessional man of Pine Itlutf.
A. II. Moi'.iits. Cotton Itujtr.
Pine Hlutf.Ark . .Ma IJth, l-ii
CANCEKOUS ULCERS I'L'KEU.
1 haie been taking liotanic Itlooil Itilm
(II II. 11 .) and I am about well of an ulcer
I had upon in nose for six ears. said b
all to be a cancer. 1 reter to Postinastir
Kenfroe. of Atlauta. !. T Km t in.
Wrlghtsville, (Ja., Maj .!, lssii.
All who desire full iuforinttion
the alxite cause and cure of Wood Poisons,
Scrofula and Scrofulous swellings, lj leers.
Sires. Itheumatisin, Kiilne) Complaints,
Catarrh, etc, can secure b) mail, tree, a
cop) of our ti page llliistratnl Ibs.k of
Wonders, idled ivth the most wonderful
and startling proof eier liefore known.
Address, lll.OOI) BALM CO..
Iturraloes TwetitT Yetrs Ago.
Twent cirs igo Lulmlocs rw armed In
countless thousands v.tr the whole of tint
great pasture region of the west from
the Sask itch ivvan to southern Tevas. and
eastward from the Hock mount tins to
the borders of riiilizatton 'I heir niiinls-r
was estim-itcd innousli nt from . Ud0.0tl.
to 10 (KHI.000, and liter ligtires line
proven that the formt r wa- bi io mcins
nlxne tht acttnl fact Within tae mem
ory of man or the limits of histor). so f ir
ns I know, no other species of qtrultaiicl
has eier existed on the earth in such
might multitudes as did Bos Anuriranin
twtnti ear" ngo Often and often hue
planisnun said to me, in speaking of
former times. "The whole lountr) was
litcrall) bine k with huiTnlocs as farjiis the
eye could st Eier) lull was toitnsl
nndeicr) hollow was full.
There w ere thousands of square miles
of them, and when a big herd was en
countered traveling it seemed actually in
terminable One that I knew of was file
hours in passing a gn en Hunt in a solid
column, ten to tin tity abreast on a dead
run Trains on the first railways built
across the plains were sometimes stopped
for hours at a time b thousands of buf
faloes swarming on the track, and trai
elers h ne gone our 120 milt- of territory
through an almost unbroken herd In all
that we haie read c.f the man clous
abuud nice of wild animals on the plains
of south tentral Africa, eitjii the most
exaggerated nccounts fall far below whit
we actu illy know of the pres-nce of the
tititlnlo In the I uited States W tllidin T
Horn.ulay in New York Sun.
An Ancient Jtoman Fare.
?leakiiig of coins recalls nn incident in
the life of. I M Stone, the Boston artist.
He receiictl an ordcronce from a college
for a medal to lie made with the face of n
certain ancient Homau on it Now, this
Komnn had lelt no trace of his Lkeness;
no coins or medallions or shields had lieen
dL-eoiered lieanng his phisiognomy. The
college eople told Mr blone about the
cliaratter of the ancient, and left hirn to
Use his imagination for the likeness. He
did not relish the Lisk at all If he could
haie had no mire than the tip of the
man's nose or chin to suggest the features
he would h-iie felt Utter At list, in de
spair, he Is thought him-elf of a cook in a
friend's faniili 'lhis worth) lady was
famed among those who had seen her as
the furthest removal from physical liemty
that the ttlitur) had produced One of
her features was a pronounced Homan
noe Mr. Mone U'gan to jmint that no.se,
but he Mulshed b) transferring the cooh's
whole face to the medal and the result is
that the college has treasured among its
classical nrchnes the liktuts.s of a modern
female cook doiugtltit) as a representa
tion of an ancient Human general. New
The Mttuea or the Weed.
We haie a steady sale for the se forty
cent cigars, which yon aluavs see in first
class cigar stores They are not kept in
stock for fai cy dispkiy, I assure you.
There are some men who smoke no other
kind of cigars those w ho seldom smoke,
but keep a Uiv eif these ntiout the house to
use whin the) fM in the mood to smoke.
Then among those who piirtlnse them
regularly arelieai) smokers, w ho usuallj
buy two for a quarttr brands. The'"
smoke ten or tivtiity cigars a day, aril
end up with one of these fane) cigus.
They come principally from Cuba, and
are mide of a rare quality of toliacr-o,
which cannot lie grown to a large extent,
like sea island cotton, which will not grow
successfully eveept on the islands neir
Charleston The merit consists m the.
delicacy of fl nor and the soothing effects.
Only a constant smoker can npprccnta
the full virtues of snch u weed. The way
we distinguish the value of a brand of
cigars is by opening the tiller, se-tting it
on tire and inhaling the fumes It re
quires aUmt two whiffs for nn experi
enced mm to tl the mine of the tobacco
Quick, complete cure, all annoying ftiJiie,
BladJerand Urinary Diseases. 11. At Druggists.
"KOCGII ON BILK" PI 1.1 S 10c. itml 2.tc.
bmall granules, small doe, big result, pleas
ant in operation, don't disturb the stomach.
Ror:n on iiikt."
Ask for "Kough on Dirt;" A perfect -washing
rovrder founil at last i Auarnncss exira nee
A 1 article, pure and clean, sn eetens, freshens,
bleaches an J whitens without elii;liest iujurj
. 2 . ill lI-M,.,IUlfn.flnAlinr.n
to finest fabric Unequalleiliorltnelinensaiiu
U'-es, general household, kitcnen anu launurj
ue. Soltens water, saves lalwr anil soap.
Acliled to storch increases gloss, prevents jel
lowinc. Cc. 10c, 25c at Grocers or drucclstR.
I -Te arMtest Care on Earth for rain." Wtl
reUere more aulcklr than inr other known rem-
a. edj Uheatnattam. NeurmJirU,
eeeuiniri. bun AecK. uraues.
Barns. SraJda, Cuts. Lnmb;.
pH Ilenrtrr. Sorea t'rort-bllcii.
:he, Cniliwj, Sore Throat,
Toothache, SpnUaa. etc. llce
Beta, a U:tle. Sold bj all
tdracRirta. Caution. The Ken
nine halvntitm Oil bear our
reffLstereu Tra4eMark, and our
.. UUUU., linUKUQ,
i. a. v. Mcytr a cs, Dole
in. Mi, I. S. A.
Dr. Boll's Cak Byraa will cure rooi
Caafhaiaaea. rricv aaly SS Cis. a koule.
?mwmiwJ i vi
The Kthlrs of Intrvlew(iis;. I
The business of the newspaper is to fur
nish private people with the public news. I
not to furnish the public with the niv of
A private conversation is as sacred an
privute correspondence An interlocutor
has no more right to publish my private
coniirsation then to ransack my drawers
for priiate pain rs I
It must be taken for granted that a con
itrsatlon is priiate unless it is dlstinctl)
understood to lie meant for public use
tithtr bi preiious arrangement or by ax- j
press permission afterward
When s made ptiblu , it mast not be
printed until Uith parties to the coniersa- I
lion h ue agreed as to the accuracy of the '
rtjiort tw Princeton Keview '
Hunter lleiaiitle of Their Dav.
SaisnM Imis linrlier "When I waa
out n est some ) cars ago I had Wild Hill and
Texas .lac k for customers They used to
come in four times a day for a head dress,
and the amount of attention they lavished
on thtir locks woiiM haie put a modern
woman of fashion to blush. Oils, olnt
muits and cost) perfumes were ordered,
anil w ht neier their hair was concerned
the spand no expense, for they were the
border lieauties of their da) Hoth men
died oung with their boots on. and at
their funerals there were hundreds of
broktn hearted though frail, females
who-, affection: had been captured by
those long, gloss) tresses "
Drummers With not Stove.
A Chicago commercial traveler is re
ported as saying that drummers for stove
houses now carr) n sample of any partlc
ularl) tine parlor stole that they may be.
selling. He sa)s "This u more satis
fattorv to the merchants than bu)ing
from photographs, but it's no fun for the
bi)s o earn -.toies from town to town, I
ieu )ju, pirucuiariy when It Is considered
that Mielr orders ire to put tires in the
itoics si, -hat customers can see just how
the Miitis .iorks Many a time have I
seen hot stoics 'iftctl Into baggage cars to
'je carried from one town to smother."
sVcVpve. Blood Ellrlr Utnaonlr
1VV,lV,U Blood Kemedr s-uaraa-
luj T I .! r r.,." .
ns jsiiivtscurvior uicvrsj, xrup
I tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. Itpariflestbe
wnoiesysiem, ana Danishes all Kheumatic
saw. neuralgic pains. via guarantee it.
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
lo I Ifn
That depends upon the I.iver;
for if tlie I.iver is inactive the whole
system is out of order the breath
is bad. ditestion isxir. head dull or
aching, i nergy and hopefulness
gone, the spirits are depressed, a
heai) weight exists after eating,
with gireral despondenc) and the
blues. The Liier is the house
keeper of the health; and a harm
less, simple reined) that acts like
Nature, does not constipate after
wards or require constant taking,
does not interfere with business or
pleasure during its use, makes
Miuiiituis Liier Kegula'tor a medical
I hue tested ltsrlrtues nersonallv. and
kn...v that fur dyspepsia, bllltoasncss and
throbhinglieaitache.il Is the best medicine
the vvnrlit ever sivv. Have tried forty other
remedli s before Simmons Liver Regulator, and
mine .if them cave mure than temporary relief,
hut the Keul.itur not only relieved but cured.
II. II. J osss, Macon. Ga.
Genuine lias red . on rront at Wrapper.
Best guarantee for its buyer
J. II. t.II.I.V CO, Philadelphia. Pa.
solk raorRiiToKs rsici. 1.00.
DS. HUMPHREYS' BOOS
Cloth & Cold Binding
144 ff Uh tmi Ihiwi
t44f . r. O. sUt 110, 1 T.
ust or pbiscipal sod.
FrTCT. UonRMtloa. Ioflraratkwsi .93
ornu. Worm i ever. ono Co-ic . JSA
'r inc C'ullr. or Tetllinr of Iofint. .35
ItUrrlirs.of Cbittlrvnor Adatu . . .ti
Oiswnlrry, Onptoc, IUIkki Uelic 33
1 aolrrm Mot but. ounua . . .1
ongh, CoU Uroncbiti ... . . .XS
ruralc1. Toothtcbe, racraehe . . .SA
II r dark.'. Sick HfxiJicbo Vrtigo .33
lliipeMla. Biliotu htomacli .. .35
Nnnpresed or Patnnil Periods ... .23
II hlles. coo I'rolnra rerlods Z
t roup. Coach, Difficult Bnsslhlnc... .S3
"alt Ithenm. Frysipelas. Erapuoaa 3
llheumsllsm. itoeumaiM rYtnt ...M z
Keter n4 tne, CbilU. Mslsns. SO
riles, onna nr mnuiDf . . .... .ei
Catarrh. Inflaenzm. I ld in the Hesa ,mO
liooplnc 1'onsh. Violent Couxhs
tieneral IVrblllly.f hjticslW,
oeDllliy.i nrvicu t esst
Kidney lilsesse .
I rlnsri W rlksrn, Wtttn IVd .. .SO
IMrnr nf I he Heart. Pt,)pittto
fctoid by lerCsTKioU or wnt potpid oa tYOttiptof
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
Rit In tb war 4.
Ifemltnt Rsiftbll Xb,
pssinrawnt. Q4 iHstacnltMW
lint , rcni4li.t tb III rf
frsrU of had djm. iMfft
trn hn'r oft od httmtifi
Black or Brown. Kl
pluiatnrj circnlftrfl mrf
p"trpai4 In Mlfl ttiTO
Jofirsi on apptkttktti, men
tion foe thlf paper Hold
by illdrnifUU. Appllod
br iDerts at
'BiUisk'i rsj rrbr
GOLD MXDAL, PARIS, 1878.
Wimnlnl almolutrtif pure
Vocan, from which tbeexrvtMOf
Oil luia lpt?n rcrooTcti. It haatArc-'
timet tk ttrtngtK cf Coco mixed
n ith Starch, .Wrowroot orrtngar,
anJ I then (ore far more rconoml
cul, conttnff teu than one cent a
dtp It U dellcsoua, Douiiahloff,
j I jj 3 I tivuctheDlnt;, cully dlicwtetl. mai
I l i'l P PaJ,nlrH,'Iy JjPu'J tor in ail J aa
' " I well u for rteiwtna Id health.
Sold bj (.mfereTer7whaT.
1 BAD ii CO., Oorctesler, In
The Orieiiial and Only Oennlae.
Sb ul !. HrlUMw IbvinrfwMlkbMltUiM
u.mnit i. ladies. AlkrouDrnaaM
"lh fkNl(lriCri.kuItUHMk irUlM
,,, .. h, ,tmci. i m br eet-m ma
NAME PAPER, t kteaee Ckelel Oe,
s I S M e4lM ihbvsv ltUSs , Pa.
Kt4 er nreKmSu everjwfceee. Atk tor eCsJeftes.
lee's scUak" 1'eaajrerel HOm, Tax seluis.
C wVen tfie t-4 U
theue of ttst cUsi ol
reucltc. an t h itfi
tlnievkt waicciistl u jj.
(sihwMi the Utpt A
the rxaUH 41 bjw r.H
ibioi t the Itailmf JUco
ciocmofthc o IJ m
A. L SMITH
Diti rl Tw.
rtis aM hu
I h eapAMtJfa rmlj (or tba abovdlaaM;brlta
nt trmasiantla o( cat of the wertt aln 1 and of MBf
t.D'ltn.rbftebeueured Inies1 ao.trttoelemTfaltE
I In its tSi-My. ttit I will aend Tl) 0TTLl3 Pit XI,
1 In Ika awllh aY. ffratTaT. VbriTtav . .S. A,-
- vi - - u a usihautisi sns.a a scat, s fttatsi miwmm
I "abuiaullertr. Glreexprrpaantl F O addrets
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Cn II.. MDCIIAM ICAL AND MINIXU IN-CINEKKIMIatlheKenaaetaeri'olytecb-ulcInstltuie.Troy,
N". Y. The oldest engi
neering acbool In America. Next term begin!
September lMli. The Register for H contain!
I a list of the graduates for the past 61 years.
with their positions; also course of study, re-
qutementa.extienses.eic. canaidates from
a llstance.or thosellvlng in distant states. by
special examinations at their homes, or at
such schools as they may be attending, may
determine the question of admission without
visiting Troy, for register aad full lafonaa-1
tlon address DaTinM.Qaiu. DlncUr.
T nm fiftjy 1
J C3 ' dlj,y tha
DlSTIKGUIZffED LiDIiS VHO USE IT.
It 1. t" -rrrf pst f-po' t l ewtr 01.
sulfur tbttfntur. lhtvli -r ier
BdAdAa Adellnii Paul.
Ladoss Tta. Jane 11- v fl nirrvM1Jlj',
hy lb tsvit sjtrtmMT fi r s.v f . r 1-K,t ts
"" b drier 1 M-Iv Pal . ra.sH-xi
I find tt f mr tainrr V Ih tt 1 Vi-twrmly tarter
rf f mm 1 arte.
C!r Lonls Kellofff'
It srfTBa ! tl UML II tat i Hat .
f taaa h at at rv- -ti K- j ir I
"Llsii t I 4K at d U 'irsuwllw Uasf . U.m tl
mi .nuiMsni na
Tim tit. asuda aniMa 4n i n J It srstrlnr w
aa j cisaovtic. asi U siias a-t Mutt 9 oa li icarsHtav,
Jeaaie. Victoria and Ilosiiia Vokea
W alwl fev, aivar Sal rt 1 tljtu uf
tt auw r irvrlU at a f . mrtljs. I
V ha aard It witi ! f u n
Tl.?r?a. Ti lena.
Twrr I UriD t lit m i a'Vnt rnvtlf
and ttu ri.M, Eum b aatuf . . utnj it.
T Hrfct t air H I iu '. , l,e t
ahail vrumly m e . m UJj frie-mvU.
1 rWsBilrr It far i- L su rtl ' ti. lln I
a dm la Utu swan
I fi4 VMt " I.lLl 1 Bam lak. ft.a. luaaie ate.
tU I ia. (.
Mrs D r Bower.
rjntiwtitlr aalfat w aa a tV, an 4 f-
IDlsrrUNia ,ni U. t ablit I rhaf.l na.
Cvna. It-r li . . ,. t . .
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f nraJa aihl Uw rahin rt
Sara Jf t
I .t."iir rr "' pn
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EXPRESKD rKFh T- iirve --c bottlfj.
white ur pink. Tor 51 -i Ti ni iny p..nti 1 li.t
tlfor71c rrvviiiir tlniifL'tsit rirtr lt.ivs.ri
tfcure from oMervitiu iiuxfuv ilru.
u id r m.on si., i
P.S. Mention thl paper
M- -" JiT'JIiiltlMf
Hnl33ct.formiroum'el".xof U a.-ie tiailtroul
T7 Mlk, would oM $1 In t-kelnn. Wiiolks .lk 1'rk X
Lui sent cnljr when aj plication Is accumptuued by
These "WasLboarJt me naJ jtl
aBcnt-lootl r'ta. The Strong
tat board aad bett waiters in th
wurld. For sIe bj aA defers.
Take oo ether.
SAt.I WW M'F CO.,
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warTaal Bf t.m.f to cat Iba w rat ciMt Se-aaaa
acaaai aa.a fallal la no r.uoa Inr aat miw rvcat.lnc a
rara. Sa4 at tac for a itm.0 ul a P . Htt ( n
lafalllaJa raOMJr Ul.a Lsiw.m aat luloai.. H CMta rua
awas br a trial, aaj I will rara too.
a44TMa pa. U. O Kuul l. rrl e.XrwTark.
TO WEAK HEN
8anring from the effects of yonthf ul ernira. early
decay, waatlngweakref. lost nianhCKl.ef I will
send a Ttluable treaties faealed coouinintt fall
particnlara fnr home cure. PPEE f cbarye, A
splendid medical work . abont.t be read t y eTery
roan who ls nervous and debilitated. ldrc.
Prof. F. C FOnLKIt, TlciodiiH, (onru
Airratlmpnf'rneTitOTerI;eold y PrTat
ilpbtittf f ruin haul ot the tutiL 11 U t tfrt q-ia lit r
Tool&u-el. Carrfu ly tampered, r rMarttTiUrJ
ware le.er Half d tren iHrtl u-4nnt U.anT
arw. jrtA4aT-i-eal ! ofirfH-irtor) n. llocr
Options on Stocks A: Uonds
(PUTS. CALLS. LTC A Sl'FCI KUI .
Insarance Agalnat Laiiist,.t k Ope rat Iocs
Circulars aud Information on Applf- ition.
The Theory of stiirk ! xi liioue perilln.
tlon, by Authur Crump l'rlce J. post paid
Table of contents mniled free Kery specu
lator should read aud study this Interesting
work. II. W V.O-EMiAr.M.
60 Kxchsoce IMace. Xew ork
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
peries, Rugs, etc.,
-A.T PRIVATE SALE,
-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
THIS ROOFING is tlto perfected form of portable Roofing', mannfac
tured by ua for tho past twenty-beven j ears, and is now in use upon roofs
of Factories, Foundries, Warehouses, Cotton Gins, Chemical "Worts, Rail
road Bridges, Cars, Steamboat Decks, etc., in all ports of tho 'world.
It is supplied ready for u-e in rolls containing 200 square feet, nnd
weighs with Asbestos Roof Coatings to finish, only about 85 pounds to
100 square feet
It is adapted for all climates and can bo readily applied by unskilled
workmen. Samples and Descriptive Price list free by matL
H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
eoLB aUKuracTCaxas or
H. W. Johns' Asbestoi Fire and Water Prcal Sheathing. Building Felt, Steam Packings,
Boiler Coverings, Liquid Paints, Roof Paints, Root Cement Fire Proof Paints, etc
87 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Th leaillnjr 4U. Shoe
oftbe world Ma4ortii
brat mairrUl, pertVcC fit tod
9prt$r to taoef tuaalif old
'ne- a. s4 Cs-aae
pair warranted Cod
5 rri, Button tk Lace.
Tb great drmaud for thl tho babrn aiuffV
elcot yoarantce oflta telUtlUtx to malts, the i ot
lletllli trftteriatlatled.we baTemadrancb itnproTr
mrou that th?re can be bo qnrat.ontoonrc aim of
mVag the tet t sha in tktrorlt
W. L. DOUGLAS S2.S0 SHOE,
for qcntitm'H Beat call. th t ottom ol as-lertcd
fttutk. and rtjaal. If not aoprior, to tbe 3 ahora
alrrrtlurd byothfr flm. vr inTlt apronal
lntctlon and comparlon bfure Porchatnir
H'l SIIOK I-OK liOH. ameryla as tie
93 eU'e. Carefully and abatantlaUj ma.e,aiTllb
and nnefaalld ai a acbool ahoe. If any of toe
above cannot he knd at roar Ue ale r'f.afnd addreat
-postal to V . U Iiouxlaa. Brockton, Maaa.
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
No. II rt Mlii Street, .rlrrllelit, o.
Accounts ot ltanks. Bankers ami Corpora
Our facilities tor COLLKCTiON'Sare eicel
lent, and e re-discount tor Banks heu bal
ances warrant It.
Boston ts a Keserre City, and balances with
u-froiu Banks (not located In other I'serTe
tltiesl count as a reserTe.
W e draw our own Eichange on London and
the Continent, and make Cable transfers and
place money by telegraph throughout the Inl
ted states and Canada.
ovfrnment Bonds boueht and sold. and Ex
chaniresln Hashlnirton made for lt.ink.wfih.
out extra charge
nenave a market tor prime first dais In
eJtmentJ.ecumies.andluitenroiol!ifrom statei. Counties and Cities when issuing
lie do a general Banking business, and ;in
AS H. POTTKB, Prenlitent.
JOI. W. VIII1K, (.a.hler.
IS ON FILE
THE H. P. HUBBARD CO. Judicious Ad-
' vert Sin? Agents &. Expert s,New Haven, Ct.
Our A jhonidT Agents vKo ear quote our en 'ewest
aj-vuny raes. Aa'ttemft J
t.el proof Owfi aid estimates of
cot n ANY newripaperj, jorv-jfrjed to
rsttpoti.bI parties bpen appucation
IM11.K OARBEL SHOT Ct'X. SJ.0O
III! BI.K " " 3.00
MMJI.E BRECCII LOADER, I.OO
HOI BI.K - 10.00
rrlees oa other goads In proportion.
PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS
rr aomxn to hhoot clomz.
I'lcatrated cstal.oe and Price List sent Free.
Js Ca BANDLE a SONi cLci.ATiltC
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ardrW rMbsd txr Baarta ar Dram
.eta. a BrV. Sair. stvwaj mm ISBrarVhfa.
Cerpa, Itxt ?( KrpmM Mate-
Coatasaa lastrrfUtia tar
.tMts-a kss4a, Rasa-Lb aa a4 StmJm,
Mair4 Tartara hLsr, aaj a
I Of Kaasl kaiia.
a jlm i
1 1 nay find m, perfect ivj rtiaiti cure In tbe
Advccd Lt all trvfact. fhyaiciana and belngr rapidly ars)
reie-es-ifuily tntrodncW here. All rwjtmxmt kMtwa 2nd
dralna promrttj checked. TKE,TIK civiAtr Deft
rlr n4 mrdlcaJ ertdrwsnrat Atv. W Khrl 0-nnlta,
tkanCofikw or by mmlD with U eniDrst durtur KK r e.
CIVULE AfiEMCY. No. 1 74 Fulton Street. Hew Y jri
satn soa oua
MRS. J. H. REEO,
450 Main Street. - Buffalo. N. V
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ftaaa ten lsraeai
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