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REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING APRIL 2
OH! MY BACK
lierjr strata or told attack that wik bar a
u nearly proalratHi yoo.
Strengthen the 3lur.e--
! lea die the erre
1 nrirhenthe IMmm1. MirtVw W(or.
11V J I. Mttju FairhoKl, tow. aa-s
" Brovti Iron Bitt-r-. .-Tib lt Iron tneJicin 1
hav Lnoni m my VjeaiVpi rtloe lb found it
pfnaUjr b-neficial in nro-tat hfitica txbaiitt l,
ml in all d4Mlitt ui ilinDt tbit bar ban.y
on tbe nreitt. U- it f iwlj in my mn family
Ma.W F Brown ir Hun M Cinjd-o. K .
m; I i cmplet4y 1 ruara d -an in b tb ana
tniMx with nam in my back Hru-na Iron
lt(ttT -nlirlj rmtured me to blth."
(rename baa alvTrad Mark and rrtwwd red lint
wrapt-r 1 nke no., her. Made only by
UKUMN tilt MK'ALtO, UAL1 IJUUKUXU.
BAILROAD TIME CARD.
Cleveland, Colambua, Cincinnati and
8 Night Express l.Sflaro
12 New York Jt lloston Express "Mam
J Cle veland A Fx.te rn hxpress 3.40 pm
4 N'ew lor. Limited Express .. !MS pm
9 N'trtit Express 2.Sam
iTspg.Cin JLUes Ex 5.5oam
1 Cin Hying liic.eye 7-Mam
2 Cincinnati A Indtanapolls Express 11 Warn
3 UevelandJtCtnclnnattlxiiress lJUpm
5antl,IndSt LoulsAkan Ex L3Spm
AKXIVE rsoh EAST.
0 Nlebt Fxprest 1.1 am
1 Cin Flylnc Huckeye T.50anj
3 Cleveland A Cincinnati Express 1.31pm
Mew lork, Jiosloa A Cincinnati Ex-'t-iS pm
absivi raoM south.
Jflgnt Eipress lJ5am
31 Dayton. frprtQKCvld A com. f r't ..
11 New orlc A boston Limited
1 Cleveland A Eastern Express
2" Cincinnati A trlm;nela Accom
it New York Limited Express
- 3.40 pm
. 5.30 pm
SI 45 pm
No. IS has throiiizh aleenera to New York and
Boston without change.
No. 4 li the tamous limited express, com
Doted entirely ot sleepers, east of CleTeland.
Ttrouph l;r tram SprtDKfleld Makes
New orkln XS tio-ari aod Boston In 24 S
No uh free Kecllnlnc Clialr car to M
Loult without ctici;e
Q. II KNIGHT.
E. R. Ticket and Ocean bteamihlp Airt-nt.
1) II MKTIN. Arcade Depot.
. V. A. Sprlnitaeld.O.
K. Y, Fenn. A Ohl o K. B.
All trains run on Central time 15 ralnutei
lower thin city time
TRAIXMRRITK FKOMTHE EAST
3. Cln A St LoniH Ex dally 1 41 a m
1 Accom. dally except Sunday luiia m
i. st Louis hi., dally -. 4 17 p m
TKAIN- LCATK nolNO KA3T
4 New ork Limited, dally 1042a m,
2. Accom . dally excel t Sunday wp in
1 Atlantic hi . dail) 1 1) a m
TKAIN4 ARklVX TBOM THE WE4T.
t Lotus Limited.. tally 10 40a m
I. Accnmdalljeiceptsunday 5(6p m
X .... ..rlf L v .tall. 1 a m
" li New l ork Lx . daily
TRAI LEAVE GOING WEST.
No. ?. Cin A -t Lonl Ex .dally 1 47a m
" I Accmto .dailyexcept Sunday in 4i).i.m
S M Louts Lx .dall) HJpm.
No. 4 has s!eeper. but no chanite ot cars In
eithercase tlirouch to New jork No 5hat
throUi.li "ltvper to "t Iui All trains ar
rive and depart from I II A . depot In thll
For tickets to all points and further Infor
matlon.callen J 1 I'hleuer.
Agent. 71 Arcade
WtfcY S ,
Cancer of the Tongue.
M Tri.'e,ROmcthrcorfourTejrsago irastroa
'" i wr.n an oiccron tae ude of her toacue neai
h- t .roau Tne Pjjo as tncesaut, cau.ic o
.r i ,t p an I ptodurins treat n rvojs I nistraUon
lad iaed f mm tin shoul Jers an 1 ccntercl in IM
rrwol line wmu bac- iumt-i ... "----ktwern
the buSXeru.g ut toe to.lilehsd gron
ur.ien-0-ne l.f tie ne ot a hA f doztn itmall
lir.t bottles of Swif fcpecine."''."3 'niLiI
ej-re.1 and restored to ti.-A.itu This was three
ears aro. and there has U-en no return or the du-
parta, Ca, June S, 1&S.
Tnit wirt brrcinc Co, Driwer 3, AtUnta, UJ.
Cloth & Cold Binding
144 r,iilb Mrl larmviAC
OFixiscirALNos. cents l
tVrerp. ConeMtum. IollAiumitioiis ..
UoruM, VV..naJeTer WomiOuIic .
4 rviue 4'llr. orTtsfthinKotlnfAnlA.
inarrnea. u euureaarAuua.
Iltrtnrrv .OnuiQir llilioa Colic
4 holrra lurbus. onuluiff
tleadarhrs. sick llyJcag vemco
ToJTliTprp-la. BilHa Monich " .
It isiipnrnrdorlalnful 1 Vrlods
12 YvliElea, too I'r. lns I'enods
13 ( roon. Oonch. Ili&cult llratbinir .
It all llhrnm. I tripU 1 rupuons.. .
I ft llhruruatiim. lUVowAtiC Pajds ..... .
II l-rvrr And acne. Chill MaIatia...
1 7 I'llm. lil nd or llUs-dini .. .
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20 h.Miptnc .matt. lolonte oushs
54 l.riiTlllrli!lllv.rlirK:AlVVeAl,les ,
27 Kidney lll-a-
2 Prions rniiiit i
no lrlnar tt akn. VVrunr tsl ..
lllras .l llie limn, i inHmuun
KU-l try IrmrciM ra-nl loMinln rixitot
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
Rett tn th wor d.
II arm (! Rrhallt Itv
finirrtOMmt n rnJtcnlo
linn riM-d th II1 rt
frtrt of l4 dyn l-a
thharfton and beaotifa
ulaek or Kmwn Fa
tslwruttorr ctrmlava &
tNT)Mi d rn -l FtiTft
ktf on NppllratMft, nii
tietninr tbt paper pI4
by all drocrf-U Applied
Eiyieta's Wig Ftetorj
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TEACHING JACK A TRICK.
The Story if nil AiuliibtA tint stubborn
IrNIi .ttrr litnr; xt Ijt.
I lieanl a iIur stor) the utlu r day that
ohnulil mto HS . tet in n rtfornmtor)
schoiil or, to hniiR it marer home, to
ome xx)ple n .in nrxtinn tit in favor of
eJucntiona! ilivcijilinc llie hero of this
tnleNnn I.ili ettr nnilaMetnotiKli hut
;-tllblorii 4i).l trniiiflonl totvpwil Ho
uexer shimeil nnj skvu1 t.ilr-ut mio to
'keep house an.l hit up to Ins ci.nme in
Rtincts of Uirkilii; t etsi looLun; Mran
Kers ami evincing a propr atUlion for
the fallllh wliom he houortl mill his
inulnli'imiuv Not lerj Ioiil; since a
jount; nlathr of tins fmulj mulerlook.
to te.ich Jack trn.lv Hi-Ha told tin.
ilos was too stiilibtini to Uarn aiiMhinc.
it was Useless un-tnii; tune our him hut
the moiv objection thniwu in his wa the
more tlie jotiti; man inr-Meil fur he kanl
It was time Jack knew sonmt Inn,;, ami lie
hail just taught ln.s.iwml,. m Mralitiiiu
lni; tricks wlnili Jink intist ami shotiM
ac-i(tiiiv forthwith W htriiiiou he talle.1
Jack into the lmmc nviii shut the lir
ami lieptn his Usk of in ikuiK tin i roaturo
tit up ami line ln pun
IniUtlf nothing coul.l lie mon simple.
It Ls the rerj Liniltrprtvn of canine cul
ture, but Jack Viiln t stv it in tint light.
HewouliI nut it up norwoulil he x;Ix tt
his pau t)er anil tneraiiaiii with tha
Krcatest luttitnrv, wius the instruction
Riven, while Jack, in the most idiotic
waj, refuscl to hear what was tolil him
Alter two hours Hlior the jkhit tng
k (1 mistress bt'LtcKl that lie milit K ex-
ueil No"' was the stern answer.
'I e lvgun ami must ru on now or tl o
liSw'H ' niitiwl " Klnallj onniR to
the lateness of the hour, the disciplinarian
led Jack into the cellar where the house
hold would not lie disturlied, and thui tv
nened the contest vitn a little more
w?verity As the clock -tnick l" tho
lintto freemed to get it tlirouch his ptte
that unless he obejed like a gentleman he
would have to ('. there all nicht So
he sat up and flopped a tawnj paw just
once ihLswas enoush, the flRlit was
oi er and the victor ru.shcd aw a) to take
the last car home
Jack ne er told any one of th"t night's
experience, perhaps no one thought to
ask him about it. or if he w onld kin.llj
exercise his dearlj acijtureil accomplish
menta At all events, weeks lu.sM'daway
ere his new master and conqueror camo
again to the house One night Jack heard
the voice at the front door, and w ith the
Impetuosity peculiar to his race he threw
himself headlong against the visitor, and
then, suddenly withelraw ing, sat dow n on
his haunches and held up a paw. The
victory had been complete and Jack hid
rememliered his lesson lloston Herald.
Specimen C.anililrm at 3tonaro.
There was, as an attache later Informed
me, an unexceptionable assemblage of
players at our table that oening Oppo
site to vv here I sat irm. n cadave rous look
ing old woman w hoe selfish greed canned
her eagerly to clutch at the Makes when
ever fche was fortunate enough to win.
The revolting expression of her face, if at
that moment caught and faithful trans
ferred to canvas bj a painter, w ould ren
der the latter immortal One individual
present appeared to attract more than
ordinary attention. Tall, w ell proportioned
and with a frank, open countenance, he
seemed to have entered the game with the
sole purpose of winning the entire capital
held by the croupier. The latter regarded
him with evident uneasiness as he coolly
proceeded to double all bets and inv ariably
win At length be staked S.CKK) francs on
the turn, and with a cynical smile arose,
having performed what in repirdeel as the
extraordinary feat of breaking the bank,
after which all play was suspended at that
Gamblers are, perhaps, the most snper
stitious of any other clasn of people, none
being more so than the roulette dealers at
ilonte Carlo Hence it invanablj fol
lows that whenever the Iwnk is broken
the via v of the unlucky dealer ceases until
JiS, following dav under the lielief that
the forfunt oi liu parties will meanwhile
change Cor lloston fjomSircial llulle-
A STAKTLINO PACT.
It is not commonlv known that a large
proiHirtion of the rlietin atisin and neu
raUia extaut is tracvilile elirvctlr to the
lise-is.il condition or imperfect actum til
the kulnevs and liver; therefore a remedv
urhi.li cures the re-ulting disease must
have foi.nd an 1 smitten the hrst cause
Many persons tisin,; Vtlilopliorm for
rheuiiialisiii and neuralgia hive Uh.ii
surjinscil to find that rlinmic disorders of
lis liver and kidiievs have also Iks.ii
reatlv relieved and thev have vvrilt.n
tor an explanation The fai t is, tint the
remedv acts directly em these organs,
leansing them from all irritating sul--tancesand
resulatins their action Taken
in cornice 1 1 on Willi thlophoros Tills tins
is, without exception, the in.t v-iliiable
itidney and Iivcrrenie.lv in the world and
will cure a lirge proportion of those who
have these diseases.
Said William I Hutclii-on. living at 22
South lnfer M "spniulicM 0, " 1 don t
think there lsanv ineili. inelike Vthlopho
ros for rheumatism, l'rev icnis to mv using
this medicine I used al-.ut cverv km 1 of a
rheumatic inedieire 1 ever heanlof.ls lh
regular and irregular without avail t
the time I comnie m-e.1 with Athl jilmro
I was siillering very niuih III a verv
remarkably short tune, in fact 1 hid onlv
taken a few do-es. 1 experienced verv
lecide.1 relief It is now overtwo years
since I used it and I have had no Rheuma
tism since to eak of Athlophorosdid its
work for me and w ill do the samefor others
I have iK-en a resident of 'sprmgfidd
for over thirtv years, am well known
and would gladlv venfv the alnive facts tc
any one who may be atllicteel with rheuma
Every elmggistsliould keep thlophoros
and Atlilophoros 1'ilN, but where they can
not be lioujlit of the druggist the Mldo
phoros u , 112 Wall M , ew York, will
send either carriage paid on receipt ol
regular price, which is SI tO per bottle
for Atlilophoros and "Oi for Pills
For liver ami kidne) disc a-es ilvfis-pua. in
digestion weatnesss nervous clclullt, eii.asrt
of women. oon5tiuittin hendA. he. impure
blooi. ic, Athlophurck llll are uiks)iuUL
The molders of Kcssor .v Co.'s stove foun
drj' liate gone out on account of the tabooed
St. Louis patterns.
c.av p.& sss&'S
thousands sullenng irom asiiuua, cciu
Eumption. Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
-vl... X7t..l, ltmlv? It Is the best
preparation known for all I.ung Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, 50c
Frank 11. Cobientz, corner Market ami
Three officers of the Japanese armj nr
in New iiitk. They here sent abroad
to studj the ami) tactics of different na
tions. norcn on ni.Ks."
WbT suffer Tileel Immediaterehef and com-
. " .s.,..l A K.I. Tn" ll,rniTT rTi
fleie cure guatauitcu. .o .. .-j.-
lies " SarecureforltchInc,protru.Ung,bleel.
s H.I.. ti. A TVnimpl.t up
ing.oranv loruieii a ucs. wv. rfn...f.j,fc-.
maUed. 'E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, . J.
Wells' "Health Renew er" restores health and
vi-or, cures Dvspepsia, Iniiioteuce, Nervous
Debility. For Weak M en, DelicaW Women. SI.
WEIXS' 11AIU UAIJsAjr.
If grav, restores to original color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
Queen Kaplloadi, of the Hawaiian King
dom tins arrived in .'-an Francisco, on her
Jwaj to England, to attend the Queen's ju-
LADIES' FINE DONGOLA KID BUTTON SHOES, $2.00!
SOHTJLTE'S SHOE STORES, 25 EAST MLA.T2ST
TOX HUNTS, MID-FEBRUARY PICNICS
AND DELICIOUS LEMONADE
Vihat Visitor riotn the Irp lloun.l ortli
1 In. I In iiiusf ami lutrrett Ttieui III
the llrliirs,u. I h.ri.la lapllul The
We sit aliout liiv in Tallahassee on tho
mde galleries of the hi I el a little listlessly
A glass of lemon ido made with the delightful
idJitiotiof a s. ur ouuige, here and there a
calf oi nil lionk oi a slowly niov nig fan ae
-eiituate tlie.Hloe fnl iiieliteexistntv The
iOtuiL.er, more eneigitn of the irtv are off
5n a fox hunt an I vve bear the sound of
aouis in Iho dMaiK Fans and novels aro
forgo.tin We lenn over the lialeMiiy rail
uigs our eves nve-t.sl on the brow of the bill
tlenr bv Siilddellly tile cavale-ado
aver it lowanl u
pretty sihf Twentv four riders, nine
teen hounds moving m procession iovvarel us
N tlio gl id imi-ic of horns and laughter A
i mi v oioes take up the tale, in w inc li such
tin tiling expressions as "hniil ruling." ross
ountry ditclie," "feiuvs,'"'at last we savr
the fox," are distinguishable for we do not
aunt anise wsl in Flonda, lie it understood,
but live, shrewd, sharp uostxl foxes Then
the imrtv rides olf to take jmsitiou under the
peat oaks for a photof raph, and we return
!o our fans A vision of you poor unfor
tunates, rubbing your none and ears, and
coweruig ov - open registers, rises to our
pity ins'iumds as we languidly sip our lemon
iJo liut th fox hunt deserves more than this
-ursory me.ilion or the fox hunts for sport
w one of the pleasures m life that lnnrs rejie
tition. The other day one of the little red
e ictims was treed by the dogs, and it w as a
light not to lie forgotten It was in a grov.i
f live onlc, and my knowledge of the countrv
and ilesire for nittstie ncees.sories induces me
to add a few glossv If aved magnolia trees to
the scei e to giv e local color. Iaght and
lliadow fell through the leaves on tie bavs
ind rouusnnd vin-es, and on the iiretty face-
end brigandeisme bats ou can feel it if
j ou cannot mv it. At the least, y ou can hear
it, can t v ou ' Tautnig horses liaying hounds,
aughiug voices the horn, an undertone of
breeze in the tfs tojis, and overliead the
plucky , w nl ey Ml red fox waiting for his
Tif-ome liack to things alwclutely practi
al, however, herc is a rcviie for the epicure,
.he revil lemonade of Florida and of the
future is made as follow j Cracked ice, syrup
sf sug-ir, on pint of ajiolhiiHns, two lemons,
Me-half sweet orange, one half sour orange.
To tie drank au.nys in the open air vv ith tho
.henuoiiut( r at so dejr in the shade'
Here 1 am Kick where I started, with the
thermometer nt Nl deg , and this letter only
just begun, for of c-ourse 1 must tell you aliout
he celebrated local colored preacher and his
Ast Sunday's senium liredren, I announce
ur tex', Wliolslu,' I nex' divide my tex
utertwo parts thesnbjeck an' t lie predicate.
Who is the subjeck, an" is it is the predi
ate. Now, if I jis' kep'on a-sayin' mysub
cek all eve urn1, ho, who, who, who V
Jiere'd lie no sense in my remarks: an' ef I
ihould jis' a keep on a savin' mj predicate all
veiim , ' Is it, is it, is it, is itf there'd lie no
lense in that remark; but rf I put thesubjeck
in the predicate together, an' say " ho is
f my mcanin' is peifeckly clare " This
same parson tells us gravelv tbat Moses lives!
n the v ear 54 Anno Domini, and used to
feminize olwr the children of Israel," but
.hat we couldn't "domiuizo ober de two Jews
n Tallahassesa." Also ho announced that
mere vvill Is) a meeting nex' Tuesday cven
ng, "by the will of God and a ineetin' nex'
Monday ev enin' any wa)- "
But there is better talk than this hi Talla
hassee. There are grave old judges and gov -niors,
the colonels, and tbeir channing,
lately wives and daughters, and a manly set
vf young men left to uphold the family names
ail honor ,nd there are glories liesides
hose of the past Each moniing fine old
.liver trays are "handed in" by smiling ne
rroes laden with japomeas and violU and
oes fi-om the family gardens, gifts to the
ranous guests of the hoCel most frequently
ie the lielles.
. .e of our northern friends confessed that
rallahassee was stj .intimately connected in
lcr mind with the geograpbsJessonj of her
-hildhoud and tho list of state capitals 'hat,
the figured it as a rustling littlecity.very red
Tl brick, an 1 smart with stone pavements and
chops. Imagine her surprise when she saw
rallahasx e the red in this case the ideal as
velL Long straggling streets, running up
ill and don n dale, red earth, great live oaks
mtng t lie way ; here and there open commons,
very where views and high horizon lines,
t glimps of Fnnce Murat's roof to the
aest, of the smoke to the east; always
rhcrever you look, something of beauty
end interest The old houses have a decayed
ligmty, most of them, though one or two
dill stand in all their glory. Near the
lotcl there is a colonial sort of structure,
s-lth massive white pillars and carefully
tept garden walks. It recalls the old Talla
lasseodavs, for it was here that one of the
icions of an ancient race brought his bnde,
end the wedding feast is still a tradition in
Jiis generation I cannot tell y ou how many
"our in hand coaches there were, nor how
nany guests, but they were entertained,
lorses, servants and all, and the host had It
n his power to give a mount to everyone.
This reminds one of tho tournaments that
ied to be held in a valley north of here,
shere the hillsides would lie black with spec
atom. There is a great air of romance about
ho place. It has as much local feehng as
Sleepy Hollow, and is a sort of southern
'onrth cousin to that denr spot One does
lot wemder that a w-riter feels it, and can
asily believe the report tliat Maunce Tborup-
Bn wrote "A Tallahassee Girl" after only two
necks of life here
The most notable feature of Tallahassee is
ie ruin c f what once were great old places
louses set in groves of live oak and mag
lolias, falling into decay , only bits left of the
ledges and avenues.
You see the same thing in the faces of the
jeople a far away look on the old faces, and
in the J oung, now and again, that restless
XI ression that always suggest Christopher
Columbus and the longing for new worlds to
riy mind Hut they have eaten of the
otos. They do not often break away after
ill They put spurs to their horses instead,
ind nd hard out into the pine land; they set
iieir teeth firmly , and, fortunately or unfor
amately , for the merciful hand of Fate is
lot alwavs kind, they end by falhng in love
aith some southern girl, w ith oice like their
ma and ways like their own. Then cornea a
noonlight night, another and another. Con
cuUve lnocn'ight nights are absolutely
'atal, on me dit, and the town is filled with
talk ot the new engagement, lhn the marriage
ind Columbus stilies his soul for the sake of
mother noble heart and bides at home Tal
ahassee Cor Chicago Tribute
When Baby wa sick, w gar her CsAtoria,
When the was a Child, (ha cned for Laatona,
XVLrn she beeama If u, aha clunj to Caatona,
W haa ha had ChUdna aba gave tham Caatoria,
Kelician Henriott is under arrest in Cory
don, Harrison count). Ind, charged with
the murder of hi wife, who died March
20th from the brutal treatment, it is al
leged, of her husband.
X (T .,.. Of the good things of this
v i,fe Bre sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepslr. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by
Kiank II. Cobientz, corner Market and
VVIXjiilla "WESAR. -A.S "SJSFESI-T AJ& J-aJLV'S"
j-iw ureaxtw. cure on Earth for aln,, Will
iMltTTa mora Quietly than anr nthr kiwvww fm
eJji KhratiMtljni. NearaJcia,
Hwellltiff, Stiff Nck. Bralara.
litim, hraJda, Cuta, iAtnba
pj. llparlrr SoiFnwvWttit,
Harkarbe, Qutn-r, Sot- Tbrnat,
ftrlatk-a. Wound, Hradaefae,
TootruM.h, Spraina, etc lrtee
JScta. bottJet, ttold by all
hlmr-irtrta. Caution. Th pm
Dine iilvation tht ttnara our
rpirltfrfil TrKAlxt-W rk sxn.t nnr
fa4.mlla tIpnatnrtN, A Mcyrr A Cx. Soie
lTPrn-wr. liaiumore, UeL, L. a. A.
Dr. Valla coach Hrrao v
will rare Toar
Cu agb ml ohm. t'rire only 7 Clt. bottle
ll.m't I sperimeut.
ou cannot afford to waste time in exper
iiiieuting when your lungs are in danger.
Consumption always sterns at lint, only a
cold. Do not inTiiilt any dealer to imimse;
upon vim with some cheap imitation of Dr.
Kinit's New Discovery for Consumption,
Couch and Colds, but be sure you get the
Hecause he can make more urotit ,
he ma) tell)ouhe has sotm thing just as cur"-' C,""K'1' , ,. ,,
good, or just the same. Don't be deceived,! A- " TiHin, of ranc) I-arm, Ky.. write-
but Insist upon ire tting Dr King's New Dis-1 SIa -11, issi. as follows "I wisli turn
cover), which is guaranteed to give relief f"r' " tint yourimslicine has done more
in all throat lung and chest affections. I K"' h-l " "' ,,w'r, ": am- l ,I"
I rial laittle free at Clns. Ludlow A Co.'s , ''"I tM j" r,'a'1 ' nl' ,,,,,, "lm "
dnigstore. ' afllictecj with d)spepsta, rltniniatisin and
saiisl 111 I tie.
Mr D. I Wilcoson. of Horse Cave. K)..
a) he was, for man) )ears, badly afflicted
with Ththlsic also DiaU-tes; the pain went
almost unendurable and would sonietimess
almost tluovv him into convulsions. lie
tried Electric Hitters and got relief from
first bottle and after taking six Uittles was i
entirel) cured, and had gained in llesli I
eighteen siunds. s,ajS jH, p,,sitivel) 1h-
lieves he would have died, had it not been
for the relief afforded bv Electric Hitters.
Sild at lift) cents a bottle by Chas. Ludlow
Tiif HetS.i.vk In the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sires. Ulcers, Salt Kheuiti, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and jiositivel)
cures Files, or no pav required. It I guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cei.ts per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow & Co.
"ADONIS" DIXEY AND PATH.
Tremble Ciused liv the trior's Dog.
Irishman Mild s,.iiiL.liir.I.
Mr Henrv K Dixev is the owner of a
St lleninnl dee; that weighs perhap M
pound, and, after the fashion of the lamb
that wa pi itotncally uttat lied to Mar),
this dog accompanies Mr Dixe) wherever
Mr Dixe) goes. Twice across the ocean
and all over this continent makes I'nnce
the most extensive traveler of the canine
kind M- Dixe) and his leviithan dog
w ere hav inga nmp through the four or llv e
rooms occupied by thee Clan Dixe) at the
Hotel lticheheii. First Mr Dixe) would
shut the dog tip in tne folding lieel and
hide himself in the wnrdrolie, then the
dog would break aw a) from tho folding
lied and In-itm a hunt for Dixey, humor
otisl) tipping over tables nnd chairs, as
httmtiroiislv brc iking the crockerv, and
still more humorously net-ompanjmg Ins
ljliors with volcanic vocal eni(itions ex
pressive of fear hope, anticipation, joy,
etc This play lasted for aliout an hour,
Mrs. Dixey sitting in the front room mean
while smiling contentedly and thinking to
htr-elf how much lictter it wees for Henrj
to lie nes.sln a quiet afternoon at homt
thuntolie frittering auny Ins tune m the
conixanv of frivolous men aliont town.
Hut Mine. I'.attt, whose apartments at tht
lticheheii are lK-itesl diri-ctlv umler the
Dixev rooms, must have thought different,
for while Mr Dixe) and his dog were in
the midst of their genial sport or, vve
Uiyht s.i), while the festivitie-s w;re at
theirIttlght there came a knock at the
door and Mure IWti s maid Hortensc,
looking like one of the " f tvt,Orplinns,"
pre-eiitesl this message "Mine NPatti
coinpletnong Mine Dix see, and wlti
Mine Dix ee have ze Ktlne" to make
her little Imiv top lo pla) wiz ze dog"'
Mr Dixey vv i highl) lndif.iLiut, ho did
not care o much for himself, but the m
suit to the dog vvies one that he could
scarcely bnsik Next lnoining, as he lay
in his lied, he bec.ime cogjiizant of mi an
gelic voice soaring lu song a voice so
heavenly th it it stayed Dot in the porches
of his ear but pent tr.Ued to tho innermost
riieses of Mr Dixev's very soul and
lllhd his whole lieing with an ecstacy ot
Ida, mi dear."' called Mr Dixey to his
wife, who vv us sewing in an ndjoinhi;:
"What is it Hcnr) " she nnswcrecL
"o.ireiu unusually good voice this
morniiit;. mv dear, said Mr. Dixey. "I
don't know when I've heard you sing so
"Whv Henrv," exclaimed Mrs. Dixey,
"I've not lieen singing, that wasMmc
Patti )on heard she is practicing Proch's
variations and isn't it just too lovel) I"
Hut there wn :i cold, me.aiiingle.s glit
ter in Mr Dixe)' e)e un he straightway
arose from hi lied, donned trouse'rs, and
put on one of his red Hibernian wigs. A
few moments later, when, in answer to a
brutal knock, Mine Pattt opened the door
of 1 er iarlnr, tho incomparable songbird's
sloe like orbs Ik held what se-cmed to lie a
gaunt, raw Irishman standing in the por
tal Misther Dixey' compliments to
yee, mum, said this hulking appari
tion, "and wad yeez inoitid sthopping tho
tra la 1 1 loo. mum, till Misther Dixey
have a bit av slnpev" Chicago Xevvs
V(iirrtill.iii of the ortleth liear.
When 1 was traveling in Gtrmnuy I
learned that there was a sujierstition in
reg ird to the fortieth )ear of each century
that was held by nil Prussians and that
has it foundation in the history of tho
empire 1 he fortieth year of each century
is regariled by them a niarkingthe begin
ning of a new era, and In substantiation
of their belief they go back to the fifteenth
century Frederick Hohenzollern was a
simple burgrave of NuremlierK, who rose
to n great distinction and acquired large
wealth In the early part of the fifteenth
centttr) tho old electoral house of llran
detiburg died out nnd tho right to name a
successor fell to the emiieror of Germany.
Frederick Hohenzollern bonght the title,
but the nubility opised his purchase, and,
nftcr the fashion of those da) , some hot
lighting ensued which resulted in a decis
ive victory for Frederick in the year 1440.
This is considered the beginning of the
political and military power of the house
of Hohenzollern In 1540 the elector of
Hniudetibnrg embraced the Protestant
religion In 1010 the great elector, as he
was called, ascended the throne and by
skillful diplomacy and iwwer of arms
acquired the kingdom of Prussia, which
he added to Hrandenlmrg, thus doubling
iind tnbling the strength of his pnn
cipnlity In 1740 Frederick the Great
ascended the throne, and In 1840 Freder
ick William IV ascended the throne, nnd
was succeeded by Ins brother, the present
emperor During 1'redt rick William
IVs reign lagan the movement which
culminated in the insurrection of 1843,
and gave lnissia its constitutional gov ern
nient Globe Democrat.
CATAUKIICUKED. health ard sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Heme
dy. Price . 10 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Advice tu Mother.
Mrs- Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething. Is the prescription of one ot
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
years with never-failing success bj millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething Its valueis incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving !.i altli to the
ahlld it reatsthe mother Prlc e lie a bottle.
I 1 e 4 mill. H til Ak ! Tliflil.
I The unprecedented suet es and mi nt of
Ely's Cream It dm a real cure for catirrli.
I haj fever and cold In the In ad has Induced
I man) adventurers to place catarrh medi
clues bearing some resemblance In appear-
Ianee, stjle or name iiihhi the market, in
urili r to trade iijain the teput tti ill of Llv s
.('ream Halm. Don't be deceived lluj
only Elj's t'ri-im lliliu M inj In jour im
linsliali'lix-alitj vvill testify in higlit com
ini ndatioii of 't. A particle is applied into
each nostril; no pain, igrecable to use.
Trite 'iU cents.
The Iteaaon People llrspise I' il( lit Vfe.ll-
Is lHvause they are usually reenimiieiided
to cure all disease. '1 Ins must Ik" a mis
take, because the great success of the bhak
er Extract of ltoots (Siegel's bjrupl is due
almost solely to the fact that it is made to
cure one single tlisease, namel) indiges
tion, for which it Is a ct rtain re medj. The
aching head, constipated Inivv els, causing
languor and fatigue, vanish as soon as this
reined) Is used. The Shaker Tar Capsule
general in unit)
J. E. Wells, druggist. Uoscoe, t-t. Clair
county. Mo , remits aial reordt rs and savs
"The Shaker Extract of Hoots is the bet
medicine on my shelves. 'Ihoe that have
ustsl the medicine or pills, speak of them
in the highest terms, bend me anotlit r
1 here is no one article in the line of med
icines 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 Plaster.. 47r
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE
C'Ml Liver llll, ttllh llrpoptioaililtp. (or
Children anil 1'iiliii.niary Trouble.
Dr. W. S. Hoy, Point Pievsant. W. Va ,
sav- "I have made a thorough test with
tcott's Emulsion in Pulmonary rrouble aiu
General (leoniiy. aim nave netti as(nniiitu
at the good results; forchildnn with Kick
ets or Marasmus it Is unequalled "
1'tsiplijl ictie In Sicklies.
"Typhoid fever has broken out here
again, hut wherever Dirb)s Prophylactic
Fluid has been freel) used there has been
no fever." M. IS. Ijuicaster, P. M., Fd.
"The Fluid is not merel) a deodorizer,
but a disinfee tant a destro)er of the dis
ease germs in an atmosphere which cannot
be breathed without danger." New ork
i.'l enfny '"(.
Snowballing In San 1-ranrlsio.
The Chinese fared hadlv, but amply re
venged themselves when opportunit) ottered
About 7 o'clock lit the moniing these who
had started out to their work in down town
cigar factories and shoe shops wero met with
a fusillade of snowballs, and very few of them
got past Kearney street Til majonty i e
tumed to their quarters and reiuained in
Chinatown throughout tho day Whenevei
a Chinese essa) ed to cross the dead lmoof
Kearney street he was made a target be
hundreds of boy s and meu, and if he had th
Wde'ity to throw a snowball in return h i
Ta counted fortunate if Le cscaiI Iwing
knocked down, kicked and beaten as several
of them were. All around tho plaza, in front
of the old city ball and the police station -u li
scenes were repeated throughout the day.
Hetiruig within the jircincts of Chinatown,
the Mongols had their revenge in a merciless
pelting of any white man who dared show
himself there. Hidden in doorways, they
would wait until the x enturesomo white was
well within range and then make a simul
taneous awanlt upon bun. If he returned
their fire they would treat him as their breth
ren were treated at the piaza, rolling him in
the mud and pelting hira with srow Many
of the Chin'-e stc oacd themvlvei upon
roofs, where they were safe from mi-giles
ftegwn from tl e streets, and from these jiosi
tions liaiif jolleil balls of wet snow wero
hurled uihmi passers hj, inflicting serious
blow s in many instances. From 2.roof of
a building on Jacksewi street tin or a de zttrsfjjj I medical work ; shori
celestials kept up a vollev ot missih. uixn lo-
crowd who thronged the comer of Jackson
and Kearney streeU. In some instances ival
grouiis of whites and Chinese ex upid roofs
on cpposite side of streets and earned on
battles with that safe distauco lietwten then.
San Francisco Chronicle.
WILL YOU SrKFhll with Dysjspsia
and Liver Compl vint? Shiioh's Vitahzer
Is guaranteed to cure jou. For sale bi F.
The wild phantoms and shrieking cries
of a worthies humbug can make money by
imposing u(Min the credulity and ignorance
of an honest public and the supply of this
stiecies of work seems more than an ade
quate demand. The enunciation of fact -facts
that hav e stood crucial tet fact
proven by brain force and tangible evi
dence, should satisfy- all laudable enter
prise; but the execrable practice of teach
ing false ideas and doctrines for w If-airgrau-dlzement
is truly reprehensible and should
be scorned by all classes.
When one house tells you that Iodide of
Potash is a poison simply because their oji
lionents use it and because they are pan
dering to your ignorance, as they suppose.
y ou should look upon all such as arrant
frauds and their remedies as unworthy
public conbdence, and if tl.oe who make
such asseittons do not know better, they
are a set of unenviable ignoramuses.
DOCTORS AT HOT Sl'Itl.M.S.
Hot Springs failed entirely to cure me of
several terrible, indolent running ulcers on
my legs with which I had be en troubled
for man) y ears. Several doctors also at
tempted to cure me but failed. 1 hav e tiseel
only a few bottles ot It. It. It. (made at
Atlanta Ga.,) and the effect has Ikvii truly
magical, as they have all healed and I am
cured. It Is worth all medicines made for
purify lug the blood.Thls wonderfullv quick
cure has been effected after ever) thing eNe
had faileiL Your medicine Is a daisy, and
has done the business for me. I hav e liv ed
here twenty-live jears. M) general health
is also ltuprov ing. appetite and digestion
good. I sleep sotindl) and never felt bet
ter. Doctors told me that I could not be
cured, but It. It. It. has cured me.
It is decidedly the qtilckeM, bet and
cheajiest blood ptmlier I ev er used. It is
ahead of all others. As to my case and its
cure I refer to ev er) merchant or profes
sesslonal man of Pine llluil.
A. II. Moiuiis, Cotton ltii)er.
Pme Illuff.Ark., Ma) 1.1th, ls(i.
CVXCEK0US ULCERS Ct'iCEll.
I have been taking Botanic Blood Halm
(II. 11. li.,) and 1 am about well of an ulcer
I had upon in) nose for six years, said by
all to be a cancer. I refer to Postmaster
Henfroe, of Atlanta. G. T Km lam.
Wrlghtsville, Ga., May :t, lsse.
All wlio desire full information about
the above cause and cure of Wood Poisons,
Scrofula and bcrofulous Svvellii.iis, I'lcers,
Sores, Kheutiiatlsiii, Kidne Complaints,
Catarrh, etc, can secure by mail, tree, a
copv of our oJ-page Illustrates! Hook of
Wonders, tilled w ith the most vv onderf ul
and startling proof ever before known.
Address. JJLOOI) HALM CO..
A CMmco raAtoral, aa It Ware. I
It was moniing in the Dune museum. The
Madagascar paroquet swore at intervals over
his cracker tiie two tongued lady ran her
Ungual phenomenon out and in like an Ari
zona rattlesnake at practice the Brazilian
mandril ceased his desultory chat with a Lit
tle sapajou trim Honduras whom he had
Ieanioel to love letter than life itaelf, and no
sound was heni d sav e the gentle snore of the
African lizard ''from -the center of Sa ha
ra and don t vou forget it," which
slumbered juit us obliviously, just aa paace-'
fully as it ev er ha 1 from its reptilian boy
hood, in the Jurassie irio.i, far back in the
grav dawtilvhtof worldly time Beijiiiiiing
of Sketch in Chicago Tim.
Marcellus I.odenm, can you tell me why
your mothers consent to our marriage in
like our marriage itself?
Lodemta I am sure I can't imagine why
Marcellus Because vve both thank her for
it bee I Both thank her both hanker for
Lodenna Miftlvl Ah, that reminds me,
Mr Hankinon. can you tell me why our
marriage is like the color of your nosel
Marcellus No, dearest; I give up. ,
Ilemia Itesausi I have about come to
the conclusion that it can't e-ome oft Seel
Cant come off Come o!f'-Chicago Tribune.
&,(, v. tho Children. They are es
2VVVV pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, 'Whoopinjj Cough.
etc. Wo guarantee Acker's English ,
Itemed) a positive cure. It saves
hours of anxious watchinp. Sold by '
Frank 11. Cobientz, corner Market anci
DisiiSGCHiD Luis Vho Use It.
II H th -x twrt .rrtvsar.tfafi I h etat at
M fw th r irl atn-I as s our.
M.Iaa.. A.L-Uii Fattl.
Ijtv E Jrlt- I-, ti4 ttnneTitUty-.
H nell aaiarr B-a drieft t Jim Lnt;
PJki. M HjorVrof M-U lud li JTai.Tii-
I M It f r smjt t lh mm I CTMra2y bcU
Clara Lotilaa KeUoffB.
It rtw aw t-ln-v UKUur aarna t tba 1W
r i aU ksi air xt r Fw'CCItl1etl '
La la " aci to p ttm lltf artlsw it
Frr tiV astxti mrxa m r I B J It mnjlr to
as; -m.Uc ultdaraHr-sxini);aiU.rr;naattu
Jeum Victoria, and lyalnj. Vokea.
V . for t-LanMurv U 4-l Mir UtTJawnlahl f
rtisi - r ntltsi ft rm0. for th tWBpUaJoo. I
aft iMji iu 4raur (Aftutviarutw.
There. Title oa.
T"f " I jinn riajn. iastfiIt tvianvtie.
athl Am (two m sm a MtlarftrtkM m Kmd; lb
X tndxrtr Inn t t aKi."tuntt carrlWl. I
Kxll prrtAlBly Sinwrasi it lo tiy UJy Irtrtxl.
I nr,t.irtt ft- Tt btuyartkUat! iallai
la m la Ul uutr
If-! rarr' Lit. I i.p.1. ttbtii ht irt.
ri. lkE.m f.
Mi-b D P Bowers
FrnlnfYit 9 m. ' m rniMlbi. onal trr
tr-n m . a-Uwu, jIt tialrh 1 vlnsrrfiuJjr r
rmalerttt WtSa1.- -AHirtt. f tb iklt I
ft r i i. I I, miMfad It In ail bj
fwnilft tUM) Um jhjS, CMM
I fntt n i
-t inawy u to ti xel-
i (Vitnvj wtthnat lim la
KM'UIXFD FREE."! large TSc bottles,
whiteor pink, fur JI ') To many points 1 bot
tle for Tic Tr your drucnist Hrst.) Boxed
secure from observations L'UAuru iir0.
l'.b.- Mention this paper.
TO WEAK HEN
Suffering from the effect of youthful error, early
d ay, waiting w taH ne lost nianhoo!. et& I Ul
aend a Talualle t-eUie I waled) containing full
t-articnUrs f r home cure. FREEof charne. A
Tn-Pri-il i medical work ; ahomd Am read by every
man w Lo "fJfccn aus an! debilitated. Address,
Prof. F. O FUWUJl. JftfiWi.Cpnn-
Theia 'WaihboarJs are made with
a Bent-Wood rua. TheStToor
eit boardi and bt wasuera m th.
wurkl. For sale br all dealara.
Take no ether.
BAUI-VAVT Jt'PO CO.,
I ha 9Av ltire rmtn!T tor the aboTatUaaaaa.bTlt
ttte th jatit riwi of tb wor.t atnl and of foer
a t3i,tiirTaba-url lndsi1 ftratrta;a nr fa ta
til vi ettirwi j. that I will Mnd TWO BOTTLU FRKK,
v tbrw ti araLCaBLR TRCATlk on tbU dlsaftsa
AtaujaUlartrf' 01fipraabtr O addre.
Pit. T. A. &UKCV. ill raarl.ak.Mew Ton
DOVE of PEACE
A copy of this beautiful Card.
Tathanle?antpacjJiae of line
srV.CjL Chromauc Cards, wlU be sent to
r ".'wT any one inclosinar us an outside
7 wrapper from a box or uih.
tntlos 2c. atamp withjMUT wrapper. Address,
FLEMING bros. pittsDurcn.r'a.
rF-BCWlKKOI roitTKKirirtt. larirUo (.KICUC.
St,U M r JiU. DMltUTS r M1CM u cx.vra
Wlw VITA1 1TV la fAlflmr PrI lR MXFD and
I llil.lHorIYw,rlllI.llsirm.LY M VST.
I II tsT tin I a isTfrt n fvlueMe cuia tn tb
FRENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES
Advj tavd bT all Kernel. ITt jrlcuuii- and betnc rapuly aott
tiivefully intrutlncsti here. All rakr-ntryi: Iokms anc
drains promt tly cheeketL TKKlTlHf.frtTtnir ne
Kl-erarid mcln-ai -nd .rrmenta, Ac Kt-. Cona t
.u(oiTkv-eorbT niait)iibfstt eminent ttorUin jrKr K.
CIVItl ACFNCY. No. 1 74 Fulton Street. Mew Tort
The Grrnt EBIUh IrearrlptU
i Cures 11 eakness. Spermatorrhea,!
Kmustons. JwtHtteneu a.ml&l Dls-1
eass causeit oy ieir aouo or in a
dlerpiion On narkaj?. Si. air SS."
nKroREl Br mail A r.t for Pamphlet. fAim
Eureka Chemical Co.t Detroit, Jfllcbu
Call un or address Theo. Trouie,druel9t.
corner Main and Market ttreeti SprtOKneld
Ohio N.! Airent
JV BY USING
fe IULI I
CASTOR I A
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
jlsTO 15 WEST 1S&JLT2& ST
tim i vmmp i
W (ROYAL S.a.1 li
This powder never vart t arvel of pu
1ty. strength in 1 w n. 1 ire e
aomleal than the or n try ki' i d renuot
e sold in eompeliti nwithth i ' tutle or
ow test, short wen.ni alu i r ,tiptiite
powders sold nly in cans . u Les so
vv a! street x w rk
bale of Bonds.
VOTH h M btrt-by t,i.u tliat thf ctty of
li prtuKnt'IiI, uhi will inr ft ri4ie to the
hiuhent antlbest I iter it the i .until eham
berln saiilctty. on lufnUiy the JMh 1ay if
Ajrit, I.l",at ". lMk p m the rMuiM
of aid city to the amount ! DihuuJreiI and .
fllty tliound lrj(M- d. Uar t tin-denomi
nation of one ttnu-s ma si dollars rich to
tWairlS percent perannum Interest. ptyaIe
semi-nnnuaiiy iiineoir im trie my ireiw
urerln thU eiiy ir at th Importers and
Trader' Villon! bink in New urk i ity.jt
the notion of the liitMer Hit r f m the first
days of March indeptemijer neuhye.ir nn t
til the payment of the pnnri pil theretf ild
bonds tobecoupin bonds s i.d Mud- to be I
sued for the purpose f bt lining meinsfor.
the payment of the cot of erectttii: a mirket I
houexndctty offices and of prcuno the
tember. lT. and nttn thou) ind dollars on
the 1st day of .-epteinber in e ich year there- (
after until the whole imount Is paid, nnd I
when sold are to be taken and n ltd for by the
purchaser thereof In -nh. at the .Cce of the I
city treasurer in this city at such times indjn
such amounts t-4 the city mum tl hail fr-in
time to time by resoluti u,desntte and a-
the needs of the city -hal re,u re '
IJIds fr the pun has f ml bi ds may be
I niedinwritiiiKWlthtl . ity erK a r 'tie
prior to tht tin e a1 e i um I E r t i- tan- f
sallbmds andhids. either verb ti r m wi
tlnic. will bereeened bysudc until ja s lid
2hthdayof April at Socio K p tn . then all
bids will bt considered by th eity toum il.and
( sild bonds will be sold at not less thiit par
ralueand accrued ir.terft su Ject t theeon
dltfon hereinbefore set forth, to thehiiZiVst
and best bi Ider
Uy order of council.
J S HEWLTFR
mo rcra oca
NEW ILLUSTRATED CATaLOGUE
MRS. J. H. REED,
SS Main Street. - Buffalo. N.V
A(rreatlmproTnfntoTertSe A ayie. PreTcnt
ltpr inir from h I or the - r. i -zt ("atit
ToolMvel. ar-fullTtmi -il l mm b Hard
warn lMalen IIuaiI tu-n.n .- rt a -h t tnr
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wiair. a'arjairrs nau t xu i
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lafaltlMa tnel7 .1- EW fuotOtSi. It cwtits oa
intuiai tor ifWi.t-i 1 wiw or j a.
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rrrp. A trtimof vnnehfnl
liut ruunt-e. juHi lavma.
tore Iietmr. Nprrwu llbilf
tr lv.tVIkntm.1 jC-r h.einj
tried In vain every known renieJv haa itleTered a
ami le BTifsire. whlrh ha will tend 1 l.n. to lut
C J. ILAJO.N. rot l)So Cox 31T0. Vew Tor O 9
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Inaurnnre Acaluat L.!utck4ierntluiia
ClrenUrs and Inform ittun oa Vppti. ation
The Throry of silm i i- xrlinnct ftrula
tlon. by Authur Crump Price i, pist paid
Table of contents mailed free Every spei u
lator should read and study this Interesting
work. II KO-KNBXl'M.
60 Eichtnite Place. Je York.
fleceisary real etateana titr therefor and ap- w Bj AVtVc 2 rO SHOE
Ksinrlstfiahiliif -.nil niraf. i i fnl Inn-- Itf fT ffentuintlt 15t Cil. With iKrttom ul r
onaloDeaueina payai. at ioiiow l-u tok. an.l maal. if not ntsrior t. the 3
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UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STOUE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail Jo stop in and see for yourself. Remember
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
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GEO-BMAGBrTTH & Ea
W. L. DOUGLAS
Trie, leading -T, Shoe
of the ivorld. Made of lie
turnt material, perfrt-t fit and
' tup-rior to ftbor tuaall j aold
'or tiand t(L ETerr
pair warranted Con-
The frreat demauei for thin ihoe naben aitiO
elent cGarante of it i ell ability tu mak tttr pnb
UcftiilbeuertatliMed.Te baTemadfSDeh ropruve
meatataat there ean be no quest ion to our c aim of
iorv-xiion ana eompanaot oiore parcaaaicr.
S-i MI OK FOR BOS. Sam-ityles as the
73 stine. Larejolly ana natntaotlallr made.ttriuii
and n"fqnilcd aa acbool hoe. If any of tae
abore caunot b bsd at roar deaIer,aeTifi addreat
c ShMlalto W. L. Doniila. Brockton, Maaa.
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
No. 9 Ka-t Main Street, SprlnctleM. O.
C'atl..! hy Searlat lever, 3lenle. C-
tnrrh, (atlierlii;ra, WlioopinK Cui;ti,
Old Age, etc., etc.
Entirely relieved bT a device wbicb is posl
lively Invisible, and which has been recotn .
mended by every pcysiclan ho has examined
it. It is successful In cases where every other
device or remedy bas failed. It may be worn
six months at a time without removinc. cans
inc no pain or Inconvenience.
1 or sale only by the Inventor.
II. A. VV ttHH, ltrl.l-.ort. Conn.
1o AUXEKTIiLltS-Lowest rates forad-
vertlslng In t."s c"i newspapers si
vertlslnsln t.ooo ro.nl newspaDers sent
free Address liEO. P. ROWILL ilO.M
ROWILL X CO.
spruce St . Iiew York.
A I AOENTS-Artlele new; sells last.
money to Invest.
Address R.P L1CKEJ.
syndU a- ror our ouace box of VV ante lnbrotd-
rryKUE.woaMeostllnkelns. Wholisalx raicx
Lis rol cnly wbra applWalloDl accompanies! by
Tor B mmi LUarT
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r aatl prtea Ilrt. frva.
slxfil.K BARREL SHOT i
.IMIIV RKEECII LOADER. 4.1
Dell ULK ' I0.OO
Price, .a .iker s.aMla la preporf !
PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS
em momma to a moor nornm.
Ittaatrated Catal.Mroe and Price List aent Free.
J. C. IANDLE Jt SON. c&?xtT
PRXNTROVII. WAVERS are
uceniafunr used monthlv bv over 10.000
Jlper box brmaiLor at UrurEista. Sraled
ttortmlant postage stamps. Aduress
Thx EcaaxA. CBaar ax, Ox, Dirsarr.3i.-ca.
For .il by rravak. H. Coblrutl end Ait.
llnkhSQl JB Co.
LifaacacAixRS riktn where.
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